(Brassica oleracea var. acephala) Heirloom first introduced in 1919 by Morris Plant Farm. Broad, slightly crumpled, waxy, blue-green leaves with ligh
(Melothria scabra) Heirloom native to Mexico & Central America & first described scientifically in 1866 by the French Botanist Charles Victor Naudin..
(Cucumis sativus) Medium, smooth, lebanese type fruit to 25cm long with thin skin produced on strong, vigorous vines. Burpless, tender & bitter-free
(Cucumis sativus) Heirloom dating back to 1924 and originally developed by the National Pickle Packers Association. Green, lightly warted fruit to 1
***NOT TO WA, NT*** (Zea mays) An ancient corn - one of the most widely adapted and genetically diverse corn varieties available today. Extremely
(Brassica parachinensis) Heirloom. Also known as 'Hon Tsai Tai'. Quick growing, Chinese vegetable, producing deep purple stalks. Attractive in the
(Brassica rapa chinensis) Thick white stems with large, flat, round, smooth, green leaves. Popular variety. 35-45 days. 1500 seeds
(Daucas carota) Heirloom originating in France during the 19th century. Small, round, 2.5-4.0cm across, orange carrot. Flavour is very sweet & juic
(Apium graveolens) Attractive, pink & green striped stems with thin stalks & intense flavour. Unique in that it keeps its colour when cooked. Use l
(Capsicum annum) Heirloom from Mexico and the most commonly used dried chilli in this region. The 'Poblano' (meaning 'people chilli') when dried is t
(Cucumis sativus) Released in 1976 by the late Dr. Munger of Cornell. Green, cylindrical, straight fruit to 20cm in length with Disease resistant -
***NOT TO WA, NT*** (Zea mays) Heirloom. Beautiful, elongated pale yellow to almost white kernels produced on fast growing plant to 1.5m high. A
(Capsicum annum) Compact plant to 45cm high producing large, blocky fruit with thick, crisp, sweet flesh. Ripens from green to purple to deep red upo
(Daucas carota var. sativus) Heirloom variety originally from from Afghanistan. Medium length, tapered root, in shades of dark violet through to red
(Cucumis sativus) Australian cucumber with white skin & delicious, deep cucumber flavour not commonly found in supermarket varieties. Grows to 18cm
***NOT TO WA, NT*** (Zea mays) Heirloom first released by Robert Reid of Illinois in 1847 & improved by his son James Reid from 1870-1900. At the
(Cucumis sativus) Australian heirloom. Oval green fruit to 12cm in length with crisp, juicy, white flesh resembling a green apple in appearance with
(Capsicum annum) Heirloom from Eastern Europe. Tapered fruit 10cm long and 5cm across with sweet flavour. Ripens from pale yellow to orange to red
(Daucas carota) Heirloom originating from the Chantenay region in France. Red-orange, large diameter root 12-16cm. Excellent variety for heavy or s
(Chicorium endiva) Heirloom dating back to 1863. Open hearted, deeply indented and curly green leaves. Inner leaves blanch easily to creamy-white.
(Daucas carota) French heirloom dating back to 1855. Reddish orange, cylindrical, almost coreless, sweet, crisp roots to 17cm, with excellent flavour
(Apium graveolens var. rapaceum) Heirloom. Also known as 'Turnip Rooted Celery'. Brown bulb with white centre; up to 2kg in weight. Slow to bolt.
(Brassica oleracea var. botryis) Medium to large, white heads with excellent flavour. Leaves naturally curl over head to prevent discolouration. 65
(Capsicum fruitescens) Heirloom originating from the foothills of Puebla, Mexico with the name taken from 'Serranias' which means foothill in Spanish.
(Cucumis sativus) Heritage variety. Straight, dark green, cylindrical fruit with blunt ends 15-18cm in length with snow-white flesh produced on vig
(Zea mays) Heirloom (possible Indian). Short bush to 1.2m high producing miniature cobs with beautiful, deep magenta / strawberry coloured kernels w
(Apium graveolens var. dulce) Stringless, dark-green, stalks to 65cm. Vigorous growing. 85-125 days. 4000 seeds
(Brassica navinosa) Heirloom. Also known as 'Tah Tsai'. Open-hearted, dark-green leaves with mild taste. Harvest leaves from outside edge as requi
(Capsicum chinense) Heirloom from Trinidad also known as 'Moruga Scorpion' named after the region it comes from. Bright red, wrinkled, rounded fruit
***NOT TO WA, NT*** (Zea mays) Heirloom. Golden yellow kernels with crisp, rich, sweet buttery flavour. Ready to eat straight off the plant. Cob
(Brassica oleracea) French heirloom dating back to 1859. Medium sized, firm head with coarsely crumpled leaves. Light to dark green coloured leaves
(Brassica oleracea var. botryis) Heirloom dating back to 1800. Large, solid, purple heads changing to green when cooked. Higher in minerals than ot
(Cucumis anguria) Heirloom originating from Africa dating back prior to 1793. Small, oval shaped, green fruit 8x4cm. Used fresh in salads, soups,
(Apium graveolens var. rapaceum) Bulb has white flesh which discolours less than other varieties when cooked. Bulb, stems & leaves used. Will grow
(Daucas carota var. sativa) Flemish heirloom dating back to 1500's. Biennial. Tapered, long white root with green shoulder. Mild, sweet flavour with c
(Pachyrhizus erosus) Heirloom from Mexico & Central America. Topical legume vine cultivated for its large, fleshy tuberous roots. Note: Flowers &
(Brassica juncea) Thick, dark green, heavily crumpled, oval leaves. Similar in appearance to Tatsoi, but with more crumpled leaves. Quick to grow.
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