Rustler is a standout in Victorian commercial tomato growing fields and is just as good in the home garden. Its terrific disease resistance package allows heavy cropping even in difficult conditions. The fruit are glossy red when ripe with a small stem end scar. Read more about Tomato, Roma 'Rustler' F1 (Solanum lycopersicum)
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. Read more about Wild Celery, Cutting ‘Par-Cel’
Strong plant producing good yields of attractive bright yellow fruit with a green stem end. It has a good disease resistance package including some resistance to powdery mildew. The fruits have good quality, flavoursome white flesh.
Nitro is astonishingly productive and with its good 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. Read more about Zucchini 'Nitro' F1 (Cucurbita pepo)
'Sunburst has been the growers standard for many years which produces high yields of bright yellow glossy fruit with lightly scalloped shape. The fruit are produced on a bush type plant and recommended picking size is about the diameter of a 50 cent piece. Read more about Zucchini, Button Squash 'Sunburst' F1