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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.
(Brassica oleracea) Rare Italian heirloom. Large, white head up to 1.8kg with very good leaf cover. Good texture & flavour. Hardy. 200 days. 600
(Cucurbita maxima) Early, compact, bush variety, with small flat, roundish shaped fruits. Fibreless flesh & nutty flavour. Heavy producer. Popular var
(Cucurbita maxima) Australian heirloom. Slate blue-gray, heavily ribbed, thin skin with thick, deep orange, dry, stringless flesh; 25-30cm across.
(Cucurbita maxima) Family heirloom handed to Anna Swartz in the 1950's. Small to medium, dark blue-green, mottled skinned fruit to 2-4kg, with very
(Cucurbita maxima) Australian heirloom. Large, yellow fruit with thick, dry, orange flesh & small seed cavity. Weighs up to 6kg. Stores well. 90-
(Cucurbita moschata) Rare & unusual Japanese heirloom. Highly attractive, small to medium, flattened round fruit with heavy ribbing. Begins black in
(Cucurbita maxima) Heirloom. Blue-grey, warted, oval fruit, with thick, bright orange-yellow, fine textured flesh. Stores well. Used in pies, bake
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