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(Beta vulgaris) Heirloom first introduced by D M Ferry & Co in 1892, Canada. Globe shape, dark-red roots to 80mm with excellent flavour. Prolific.
***NOT TO NT*** (Zea mays) American heirloom dating back to 1898. Plant to 1.5m high, producing up to seven, golden yellow cobs per stem. Excelle
(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
(Brassica juncea) Thick, dark green, heavily crumpled, oval leaves. Similar in appearance to Tatsoi, but with more crumpled leaves. Quick to grow.
(Allium ampeloprasum) Heirloom originating from America. Long thin stems with dark green leaves. Winter hardy. Resistant to disease. Used in sala
(Allium ampeloprasum var. porrum) Extra long, thin, greenish white stems with light green leaves. Quick growing; early to mature. Renown for its cons
(Allium porrum) Italian heirloom. Finger thick, long, cylindrical, upright stems that present well in bunches. Great for 'baby' leeks. Excellent,
***NOT TO TAS*** (Allium ampeloprasum var. porrum) Rare, perennial leek. Grows in a similar way to regular leek except each plant regularly produces
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