(Petroselinum sativum) Heirloom dating back to 1800. Biennial. Large, flat green leaf high in nutrients. Excellent flavour. Well suited to drying. 70-80 days. 1800 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.
(Cucumis melo) Canadian heirloom dating back to 1912. First discovered on Bizard Island, one of the islands in the St. Lawrence River. Also known a
(Ocimum basilicum) Heirloom. Annual to 90cm. Large green leaves. Aromatic. Popular variety. 800 seeds
(Ocimum basilicum) Annual. Leaves bright green with attractive red-purple flowers. 800 seeds
(Ocimum basilicum) Mediterranean heirloom from Napoleon's island birthplace off the Italian French coast. Attractive green & purple mottled leaves w
(Ocimum basilicum) Annual. Bush to 70cm with dark purple leaves. Excellent for adding colour to salads, vinegars etc. Introduced in 1950 by Univer
(Ocimum basilicum) Annual. Strongly aromatic, light green leaves to 2cm in length. Ideal for making pesto. Culinary and medicinal uses. Repels fl
(Ocimum basilicum) Annual. Large, green leaf variety. Excellent for small areas where large quantities of leaf are required. Bush 45-60cm high. 8
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