(Cucurbita pepo) Bush. Bright yellow, cylindrical shaped fruits. First introduced onto the seed market in 1973. 50-55 days. 20 seeds
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***NOT TO TAS, WA*** (Oxalis tuberosa) Originating from the Andean Highlands & first introduced onto the market in England in 1829. Also known as
(Lycopersicon esculentum) Heirloom dating back to 1890's. Large, golden coloured fruit with red blossom end & red streaks radiating up sides to stem
(Lycopersicon esculentum) Medium, orange fruit with firm, crack resistant flesh, free from blemish. Uniform ripening. Semi-climbing bush. 60-65 days.
***NOT TO TAS, WA*** Excellent green manure crop useful for adding both nutrients & carbon to the soil. Also useful for attracting beneficial insect
(Cucurbita pepo) First introduced to the European market in 1930. Dark green, glossy fruit, 15-20cm in length and up to 5cm diameter. Popular varie
(Cucurbita ficifolia) South American heirloom. Also known as 'Fig-Leaf Gourd', 'Malabar Gourd', 'Siam Pumpkin', 'Thai Marrow', 'Shark Fin Melon', 'Ch
(Cucurbita pepo) Italian heirloom. Bush. Pale green, long, cylindrical fruit with dark green stripes. 30 seeds
(Cucurbita pepo) Italian heirloom. Delicious, rich, nutty flavoured, pale-green fruit with slight ridges. Popular variety. May be used like regula
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