(Cucurbita pepo, Lagenaria siceraria) Annual vine. Mis of around 6 different large vareities. Can be eaten when young like squash, or left to mature & displayed. 15 seeds
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(Cucumis melo) Heirloom first discovered in China & introduced onto the market in the 1880's. Also known as 'Vine Peach’ or 'Vegetable Orange'. Fruit
(Cucumis sativus) Heirloom. Burpless type on vigorous vine. Cylindrical fruit with dark green skin & white, non-bitter flesh. Resistant to diseas
(Pisum sativum) Large, sweet, flat pods to 13cm long & almost 3cm across on plant to 1m high. Early variety producing over a long season. Produces w
(Cucumis melo) French heirloom, first mentioned by Mawe & Abercrombie in 1787; also known as the 'Black Rock' melon preserved by the Carmelite monks.
(Cucurbita pepo) Heirloom. Attractive, small, pear shaped fruit, strikingly green on the bottom & golden yellow on top with smooth skin and extremel
(Lagenaria siceraria) Large, pale green, bottle shaped fruits ripening to straw colour. Can be eaten when young like squash, or left to mature & dis
(Momordica charantia) Also known as 'Bitter Melon', 'Karalla' & 'Balsam Pear'. Pale green, heavily warted fruits with tapered ends & crisp, tender t
(Lagenaria sacraria) Heirloom also known as 'Maranka' or 'Swan Gourd'. Large, dark green fruit up to 60cm long with curved necks, oval bowl & pronoun
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