(Brassica juncea) South American heirloom dating back prior to 1880. Large, wide, long, oval, bright green leaves, curled & fringed on the edges. Slow to bolt. 45-70 days. 600 seeds
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(Capsicum annum) European heirloom dating back to 1827. Long, thin, cylindrical, green to red fruit to 20cm with pointed end on plant to 70cm high.
(Luffa aegyptica) Heirloom first introduced in 1888. Also known as 'Bathroom Sponge' and 'Dishwash Gourd'. Vine. Leave to mature, or fruit picked
(Rheum rhabarbarum) Heirloom. Broad, upright, reddish-green coloured stems with mild, tart flavour. Hardy variety. 100 seeds
(Beta vulgaris) New Zealand heirloom, first introduced in 1849. Large, dark green, crumpled leaves; stems of white, yellow, orange & red to 35cm len
(Brassica nigra) Heirloom from the Middle East. Annual. Grown for its seeds which are used to flavour dishes & is also a rich source of oil (approx
(Brassica juncea) Heirloom. One of the first greens to appear in Spring. Open-hearted, spicy, broad, flattened, light green leaves up to 20cm wide &
(Brassica juncea) Asian heirloom also known as 'Chinese Mustard', 'Swatow Mustard Greens', 'Mustard Cabbage' or 'Indian Mustard'. Deep green, crinkl
(Brassica campestris) Also known as 'Mustard Spinach', or 'Tendergreen'. Large, thick, smooth leaves on upright plant. Milder than regular mustard
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