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Shallot

 

What is the Difference between an Onion and a Shallot?

An onion is an onion, garlic is garlic. The shallot, though closely related to an onion, grows in a bunch like garlic. When sliced, you can see it has layers much like an onion. As for taste however, it is milder than an onion, but more distinctive, more intense, with garlic underones.

 

 

Tomato Plant – 100's & 1,000's

Probably the world's most prolific fruiting tomato!

This amazing tomato is perfect for hanging baskets or patio containers. The cascading plants live up to their name, producing literally thousands of sweet, juicy, grape-sized tomatoes in an inexhaustible supply throughout the summer (we counted over 2000 tomatoes from a single basket!). Plants are vigorous and easy to grow, and you won't be able to resist popping the delicious fruits in your mouth every time you walk by!

 

You don't have to have a large vegetable garden to grow your own. Even the smallest patio or balcony can accommodate a few containers that will give you a bumper crop of delicious fresh produce!

 

Speed Veg Seed – Wild Rocket

Produces masses of attractive wild rocket leaves.

A tasty 'cut and come again' rocket producing masses of attractive strong-flavoured wild rocket leaves. Ideal for salads or cooking, it can be harvested all summer.

Culture: Easy to grow. Sow April-June outdoors (4-10 weeks maturity).

 

 

Cauliflower Igloo Seeds

Ideal for 'baby' vegetables. A versatile early cauliflower. Grow it at close spacing for a quick crop of delicious mini heads or at wider spacing for more conventionally sized curds. Sow outdoors in March for harvesting in July. Summer/Autumn maturing.

Culture: Sow in a seedbed outdoors March-May and later transplant to their final positions. Alternatively, sow January-February under glass. (20-26 weeks maturity.)

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