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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
(Amaranthus gangeticus) Heirloom. Broad, vivid red, dented leaves. Used to add intense colour to salads, or used like spinach, in soups, or as stir-
(Brassica parachinensis) Heirloom. Also known as 'Hon Tsai Tai'. Quick growing, Chinese vegetable, producing deep purple stalks. Attractive in the
***NOT TO TAS*** (Pisum sativum) Heirloom. Popular variety. Bush type growing from 75-100cm. Heavy producer with pods 5-7cm in length. 65 days.
***NOT TO TAS*** (Pisum sativum) Heirloom dating back to 1891. Also known as "Telephone'. Climbing type to 2m. Highly productive producing abunda
***NOT TO TAS, WA*** Fast growing, climbing plant producing attractive pinkish / blue flowers in mid to late Summer. May be grown on a trellis in th
***NOT TO TAS*** (Pisum sativum) German heirloom dating back to 1850's. Handed to us & named after a passionate Tasmanian gardener who had kept the
***NOT TO TAS*** (Pisum sativum) Heirloom dating back to 1882 - some records indicate as early as 15th century. Climbing type, with purple flowe
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