A famous curiously shaped Italian oxheart tomato. “These big tomatoes bottom heavy shape reminiscent of a pouch with a gathered top.” ‘Ragutino’ is one of the tastiest saucing tomatoes, with dense flesh and lustrous orange red skin.
This full sized tomato has an excellent sweet flavour, thin skin on a vigorous plant with terrific disease resistance package. A better bet than ‘Valiant’ in gardens with disease pressures. Indeterminate variety that needs stalking or trellising
Vigorous plant with a great disease resistance package produces a huge crop of small grape tomatoes with an excellent sweet, full tomato flavour. Stand out in last year’s Lambley tomato trials. Indeterminate variety that needs stalking or trellising
'Elmo' was the best tasting of all cherry tomatoes in our trial of 23 tomato varieties last year. It has a delicious sweet well-balanced tomato flavour and a long productive harvest period. Good disease resistance package.
This staking variety of Roma tomato can be picked over a ver long period as ripening isn’t as concentrated as in the determinate varieties. Great flavour when ripe with a good disease package. Needs a stake or trellis.
Traditional Spanish greenback tomato with exceptional taste. Fruit is harvested and ready to eat at the pink star stage. Vigorous indeterminate plant needing staking or trellising. Good disease package suited to garden and polyhouse growing.
Much loved by children this is a good looking, very sweet, low acid variety. It is very productive with good disease resistance although it has no resistance to tomato spotted wilt virus. Indeterminate variety needs support.
This is a selected superior strain of this traditional, Southern United States variety where it is widely grown. Producing smooth, round roots, avg. 75-100mm in diameter, which are white below the soil line and bright purple above. Large, lobed greens.
Easier to grow than ordinary celery and can be picked over a long period just as you would parsley. Plant in a drill straight into the vegetable garden in late spring or summer, thin to 15cm apart. Or germinate in a glass house or polyhouse and plant out when big enough.
This beautiful looking zucchini with its bright yellow exterior and a creamy yellow interior makes a beautiful contrast when cooked with green skinned varieties. The flavour is really good too. Compact growth habit makes it a good choice for smaller gardens
A true baby zucchini, Bush Baby's fruits are true miniatures and ready to harvest at 10-15cm. When picked they are better proportioned than full-size zucchinis picked young. Fruits are dark green with distinctive stripes.
Nitro is astonishingly productive and with its high resistance to powdery mildew will produce excellent flavoured fruits right up to the end of April when other varieties have long succumbed to powdery mildew.
‘Button Squash Pinwheel’ Pinwheel is a pure yellow button squash with the typical yellow peduncle and blossom end. The distinctive scallop shape is retained as the fruit grow larger. Resistant to Zucchini yellow mosaic virus. These squash are a joy to grow and pick.