(Brassica rapa var. glabra) British heirloom dating back to 18th century. Very large, round, white roots with green shoulders. 1400 seeds
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(Cucumis melo) French heirloom, first mentioned by Mawe & Abercrombie in 1787; also known as the 'Black Rock' melon preserved by the Carmelite monks.
(Tropaeolum majus) Perennial. Low spreading vine often used as a ground cover. Round, flat, pale green leaves with peppery taste and bright orange
(Tetragonia tetragonioides / expansa) New Zealand heirloom dating back to 1770's. Also known as 'Warrigal Greens'. Low spreading vine with small, br
(Lycopersicon esculentum) Heirloom dating back to 1910 & first introduced by Isabell's Seed Company. Pink, beefsteak type fruit to 10cm across with
(Brassica rapa) Heirloom dating back to 1859. Also known as 'Orange Jelly'. Deep golden-yellow globes 7-10cm across, with sweet, mild flavour & dar
(Brassica rapa) Flat, purplish red tops 10-12cm across, with white underneath. Flesh is pure white, well-grained, crisp & mildly pungent. High yiel
(Brassica rapa) Heirloom dating back prior to 1870. Also known as 'Veitch's Red Globe'. Large, globe-shaped, white roots with purple top, and sweet
(Brassica rapa) Heirloom dating back to 1881. Tender, mild green leaves high in calcium. Grown for leaves only - roots woody & may be used for live
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