‘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.
An industry leading red bullhorn type that is fast to colour with sweet thick flesh and high yield potential. Sow seed late winter or early spring. The tall upright plant offers good vigour and cover with regular setting and a very high yield potential. Fruit size is approx. Read more about Capsicum, Red Bullhorn ‘Toro’ F1 (Capsicum annuum)
The market leader for many years, this semi-stronmg grower provides good leaf cover with continuous picking and very high yields. Medium heat levels. Lightly tapered fruit with excellent firmness at both dark green and mature red stages to 12-14cm. Read more about Chilli, Cayenne 'Caysan’ F1 (Capsicum annuum)
Medium to long sized red Cayenne pepper with high pungency levels and a clean glossy appearance and good shelf life. The strong plant has a high yield potential and produces fruit averaging 12cm x 1.8cm
One of the quickest carrots to produce 36 days for baby and 54 days for full size. The slender roots have a very good sweet flavour and a crisp texture. Performs well under a range of conditions even during hot weather.
Twice winner of the “Best tasting carrot” at the yearly field day of the British Carrot Grower Association, this hybrid carrot ‘Romance’ is a good doer even in hot weather. Sow seed from August until late February for harvesting much of the year. Read more about Carrot 'Romance' F1 (Daucus carota)
Boris is a vigorous growing variety, a good doer in a variety of soils, with a good leaf wrap. Sow early July until November for a December to March harvest. Sow a few seeds at a time as cauliflowers don’t hold well in the garden.
An excellent hybrid variety producing long smooth dark green stalks which will crop from mid-summer until the end of winter. From September until January sow three seeds 1 mm deep per 5cm pot and thin to one plant per pot. Read more about Celery ‘Julius’ F1 (Apium graveolens)
As I grow coriander for its leaves rather than for its seeds I grow this slow bolting variety. It is ready to pick in less than a month and a half and will under reasonable conditions take three or four months before it runs up to seed. Read more about Coriander ‘Santo’ (Coriandrum sativum)