***NOT TO TAS*** (Trifolium pratense) Biennial, ground cover producing abundant, leafy growth and pink-purple flowers. Medicinal herb, soil improver (adds nitrogen), bee forage, fodder, or used as green-manure crop. 5000 seeds
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(Cucumis melo) Heirloom. Also known as 'Yard Long Cucumber'. Light-green, ribbed, cylindrical fruit 20-60cm. Thin, soft skin, so no need for peeli
(Melothria scabra) Heirloom native to Mexico & Central America & first described scientifically in 1866 by the French Botanist Charles Victor Naudin..
(Vicia villosa) High protein seed on bush with attractive, purple flowers. Self-seeding. Best used as a green manure crop adding nitrogen & organic
***NOT TO TAS, WA*** Beneficial mix of Alfalfa (Lucerne), Beetroot, Broad Bean, Lab Lab Bean, Endive, Medic, Millet - White, Mustard, Purslane, Radis
Heirloom being one of the first fodder plants to be domesticated. Alfalfa (also known as lucerne) is a flowering legume in the pea family resembling
Originating with the Ancient Aztecs. Hardy plant to 1m with both leaf & grain used in salads, and cooked dishes. Higher in protein (18%) than wheat
***NOT TO TAS, WA*** A mix of rye, oats, spelt, quinoa, buckwheat & amaranth effectively used as a cover crop for digging back into
***NOT TO TAS, WA*** An ancient grain commonly used for food, fodder, as a green manure crop or for straw. Beneficial for adding bulk organic matter
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