Lancaster is one of the newer types of leek bred for an extended harvest period from February through to October. It can be sown from July until February. Can be sown in seed trays or in outside seed beds. Read more about Leek ‘Lancaster’ F1 (Allium porum)
This has a large frame and attractive narrow leaves, perfect for a modern salad. Able to be grown most of the year in most regions, it is a reliable option for the home gardener or market gardener alike.
Selected for its ability to thrive in cooler conditions this beautiful baby cos also has a high degree of resistance to Downey Mildew and Lettuce Aphid. Especially useful in the cooler harvest periods due to its additional plant vigour. Read more about Lettuce, Mini-Cos ‘Ragol’ (Lactuca sativa)
A beautiful looking red leaved baby cos which, athough good on its own, is great in a mixed lettuce salad. It can be sown the year round and has an excellent sweet flavour and crisp texture. It also has a terrific disease resistance package. Sow all year round.