This is the best beetroot I’ve grown. Fast growing, good as a baby beet as well as full size. It lasts well in the garden and is tender even when it makes a large size. As it is slow to bolt we plant it from August through to early March.
A tough adaptable variety which performs well in difficult conditions. Sow seed from early August until late March. It will head up 60 days from transplant. It will give some side shoots after main head is harvested.
Traditional Italian multi cut variety for sowing in early August and early September for a spring and early summer crop of delicious small heads. Produces a lot of side shoots once the main head is cut. Sow again in late February for a late autumn early winter crop. more... about Broccoli 'De Cicco' (Organic)
Sold as rapini or broccoletti in greengrocers. ‘Spring Raab’ makes dozens of small heads as long as it is picked every couple of days or so. Tasting a bit sharper than the usual broccoli it is an important part of southern Italy’s cuisine. more... about Broccoli Rapini 'Spring Raab'
Happy Rich is a productive hybrid between Chinese broccoli and Calabrese broccoli with a very sweet and delicious flavour. It can be planted the year round and each planting will give a good 2 to 3 months of mini broccoli heads. more... about Broccoli x Gailan ‘Happy Rich’ F1
Belstar is a terrific new variety of Broccoli for planting in late winter, spring, summer and autumn for a crop of delicious broccoli just about the whole year round. Belstar has a beautiful blue-green head, plenty of side shoots and terrific flavour. more... about Broccoli ‘Belstar’ F1
Early cropping Sprouts with large flavoursome sprouts are ready to pick from autumn through to mid-winter. A vigorous and easily grown variety. Seed must be sown in November. more... about Brussels Churchill F1
The best Brussels Sprouts strain I’ve ever grown and I’ve tried twenty or so. Diablo produces crops over a long period from late autumn through most of the winter if seeds are planted no later than November. more... about Brussels Sprouts Diablo F1
A handsome looking cabbage with deep blue-green leaves and dense tender yellow interior leaves. Great flavour suited to cooking. Sow seed from August until December for a long harvest season. 75 days from transplant.
Farao is a delicious spring cabbage quickly making 1kg heads from a late winter planting. It takes summer heat very well too so a late spring planting is worthwhile. It holds well in the garden without splitting. It’s been said that this is the best tasting cabbage of all. more... about Cabbage Early Mini ‘Farao’ F1 (Organic)
A good new winter red savoy cabbage which resists splitting for a good length of time. Plant seed from mid-summer until mid-autumn for harvesting from early to late winter. This cabbage has a good sweet flavour which improves with cold weather. more... about Cabbage, Red Savoy ‘Deadon’ F1
A terrific savoy cabbage which can be planted from early spring until late autumn. Size will depend on how closely seedlings are planted. I plant this variety closely 25cm by 25cm to give a cabbage which will feed half a dozen people. more... about Cabbage, Savoy ‘Alcosa’ F1
‘Hustler’ is a very productive variety of yellow with straight fruit averaging 20cm in length. The fruit has thick walls and delicious sweet capsicum flavour. Good disease resistance makes this one of the best of its type.
Colourful florets can be served raw with a dip or cooked. True cauliflower heads are produced on strong large plants. Best sown from December to end of February for harvesting during autumn and early winter. more... about Cauliflower 'Graffiti' F1