I enjoy pottering around the garden so much that I now have collected a selection of very fresh heirloom seeds to share with you. These seeds below have all been tried and tested by me, are linked to articles where you can see them growing, and are all pretty, unusual and ideally suited for the backyard plant collector and vegetable grower. I hope you enjoy your time in the garden as much as I do- Eimear.
I have chosen my three favourite tomatoes this year to offer as a trio. The Burnley Bounty is a mid-sized all rounder tomato bred in Melbourne, Tigerella is a long time favourite small sweet tomato with amazing flavour and Tomme Toe is a tried and true cherry tomato thats ideal in salads and garnishes. Enjoy the Summer Planting! Each variety comes in 20 seeds, totally 60 seeds for your greenthumbs to grow.
With large fruit growing to 9kg, the skin compares to a starry night, featuring bright yellow flecks and spots. The flesh is red and very sweet. The leaves are attractive in the garden, also featuring the yellow spots. This unusual fruit from the 1920's fell out of favour and nearly became extinct until seedsavers brought it back from the brink in the 1990's. A favourite of mine in the garden.
A compact round zucchini, similar in flavour to its long and thin relatives. This zucchini is ideally shaped for pickles (pick when small), or can be stuffed for a delicious lunch time treat that will wow your family and friends. When they grow large, make marrow jam.
Growing three inches to an attractive spherical shape, the lemon cucumber offers a dazzling yellow burst of attention in the garden, and it's easy to reap the rewards from this long growing seasonal plant. Plant in cool soil for a longer growing season than the average cucumber. Read my article about Hardy and Sweet Cucumbers.
The lesser known white coloured borage is an unusual sweet edible flower to add to the garden. Read all about borage in this article. Shipping included on all orders.
This is for one “top set” which will contain 4-6 bulbs you can break off to sow. Read my article about these bulbs. Shipping to Australia only. Cannot Ship to WA and TAS due to quarantine restrictions.
Available next in March 2019.