An Italian favourite , with unusual white rings when the roots are sliced. Has a lovely mild flavour and takes less time to cook when compared to other beetroots.
Beetroot Boltardy is the most popular choice for early sowing, good resistance to bolting. Produces medium size globe shaped roots of superb deep red with no rings. Good resistance to bolting.
Grow one row and get a mixture of colours, red, white, golden and the unusual pink ringed Chioggia, giving you a variety of colours and flavours for salads.
This excellent deep red beetroot can be used as a baby beet, or grown on as a main crop. Perfect for any salad with it's globe roots and sweet tasting smooth flesh.
Not a true Spinach but used in exactly the same way. Does not run to seed in dry conditions and is winter hardy. Produces a mass of mid-green leaves with thin stems. Also known as Spinach Beet.
Bring colour to your vegetable garden. A lovely mixture of various coloured stems and leaves that can be used as baby leaf for salads or delicious cooked when fully grown.
The most popular of the sprouting varieties, very hardy and produces an abundance of dark purple spears, in March, which turn green on cooking.
Late season variety ready Mid-December to January/February. Long holding ability and performs best on fertile soils, shows good resistance to leaf diseases. Good length stalks with a good number of medium sized dark buttons.
A gardener's favourite for many years , producing dark green , fairly large sprouts on strong plants cropping well of a reasonable period.
Improved Hispi variety, slightly larger pointed heads that stand a little longer. Just as versatile for sowing and harvesting. Very fast growing. Can be sown under glass in October.
Large heads with firm close textured creamy white hearts, ideal for coleslaw, salads and cooking. Can be stored in frost free shed over winter. .
Distinct type of cabbage, the outer leaves of the heart have a red tinge and the leaves have light blistering like a Savoy. Sweet crisp texture. Crops from December to January.Very hardy.