• True Siberian Kale is a highly productive, hardy variety of kale that is becoming harder & harder to find. The plants are big vigorous monsters with plant size being important when it comes to kale since dwarf types don't produce nearly as much food. Produces tons of tasty kale in the spring.
  • Feverfew

    Feverfew's small daisy like flowers have a lightly citrus flavour which is more pungent when dried. A proven anti-inflammatory, Feverfew has traditionally been used for reducing fever (hence its name), headaches and arthritis.
  • A very attractive and delicious heirloom Pole Bean variety that is drought-resistant and produces very well.
  • Sage

    Sage is a strongly flavored, woody and hardy perennial herb. It is one of the more important kitchen herbs for meat eaters and vegetarians alike.
  • True Spinach

    Wonderfully versatile, this spinach can be eaten raw in salads and added to sauces and curries. True spinach is a smaller-leaved, more succulent variety compared with perpetual spinach. It’s a fantastic crop with a beautifully sweet flavour.
  • Tanzy

    Tansy has a long history of various uses. An herbaceous aromatic with fern-like leaves and golden yellow button flowers that grow in clusters, the fragrance is pleasant and refreshing, if somewhat medicinal - reminiscent of camphor and lemon,  hence its most popular uses are pesticidal and as a preservative.
  • Soup Celery

    A variety of celery that is grown for the leaves and does not produce large stalks. The leaves resemble parsley and have a strong celery flavour which makes this variety excellent for drying. It is also the easiest variety of celery to grow. A must for soups, stews and salads.
  • The Zapotec is an heirloom tomato that comes deep from the interior of Oaxaca, Mexico. The bright red fruits of this big tomato are deeply pleated or ribbed and the flavor of is truly sublime; sweet and intense the fruits are extremely fleshy. Excellent for grilling, frying or stuffing.
  • Red mustard greens are grown for fresh eating, as a cover crop with pesticide qualities, for feedstock and as dual purpose ornamental greens in edible gardens.
  • Parsnip

    One of the hardiest of all garden crops, parsnips don’t develop their sweet, nutty flavor until after enduring frosts and cold weather in Autumn.
  • One of the hottest peppers in the world, this small conical, slightly heart-shapped pepper ripens from purple to red.
  • China Choi

    Easy to grow and fast to mature. Also known as bok choy or Chinese white cabbage, it is grown for its stalks, which are used in Asian cooking. It is also delicious raw.  Grows best in cool weather and can be grown as a Spring or Autumn crop.