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  • The most treasured pepper we grow. Young green peppers are named Poblano, while ripe peppers are named Ancho. Dried and smoked, they are used for paprika and called Mulato. The poblano (Capsicum annuum) is a mild chili pepper originating in the state of Puebla, Mexico. Large, dark green, shiny skinned peppers. Used to make Chili Rellenos in the Poblano stage when they are mild. As they ripen they are significantly hotter and become Ancho Peppers. Dried and powdered Ancho peppers are used to make Paprika, Chili Powder, or Mole. We've smoked these Ancho peppers using chokecherry wood to make smoked paprika.  It resulted in a unique deep smooth smoked paprika which surpassed any storebought smoked paprika. You can expect these large plants to produce heavily so plant 90 cm apart and stake plants.
  • Early variety (18-20 days).Cylindrical, pink roots, weight 25-30g (0.8-1 oz.) with a white tip. White, tender, juicy, flesh without bitterness and a slightly tangy taste. Recommended for open ground and film shelter.  
  • Early (18-21 days from germination) open-pollinated variety for open ground and greenhouses. Cylindrical, intense pink radishes with a white tip, weight 18-20g (0.6-0.7oz.). White, slightly tangy and juicy flesh with a very good taste.  
  • 65-75 days (from sowing). Butterhead lettuce for all-year-around growing. The Head is medium-large and round and does not bolt. Withstands short time storage after harvest. Resistant to downy mildew races Bl 1EU–25EU and LMV.
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    Admires bean is a dwarf, medium early variety that produces stringless, green, broad pods reaching 15 cm in length. They strike with their excellent taste and tenderness. White seeds that contain large amounts of proteins, carbohydrates, and B vitamins are hidden within the pods. The best European bush slicing bean! Superior in taste and yields. Produces flat beans which are 15 cm long and 2.5 cm wide. This is an early healthy variety.
  • This bean needs a longer growing period so start these indoors in mid-May to early-June. These are ancient Asian legumes, commonly grown as a pulse or dried bean but also sometimes used fresh. They have been cultivated for centuries in China and Japan as well as other countries in the East. The plant itself grows 30-60 cm in height, producing yellow flowers followed by clusters of pods. Young tender pods can be picked early and used much as you would use snap peas. These beans are excellent for container growing but they enrich the soil significantly so you may want to sow them outdoors in beds or your main garden area. Adzuki beans are linked to several health benefits, ranging from heart health and weight loss to improved digestion and a lower risk of diabetes. An average plant can produce up to 120 pods.
  • Nigella hispanica ‘Midnight’-African Bride Nigella seeds are also known as Love-in-a-Mist. Its delicate appearance belies its hardy, dependable nature. Each flower emerges from a tangle of lacy foliage.  After blooming, curious-looking fruits ripen, dry, and eventually release seeds for the next season. These distinctive seed heads can be dried for flower arrangements. Everlasting flowers are grown especially for its spiky decorative seed pods. Germinates 10–14 days at 18° C. Grow on at 18-22 C. Set transplants 15-20 cm apart. For continuous bloom, direct seed weekly until June. Nigella grows 20–50cm tall.

     
  • Mid-season variety (50-65 days). Large, wedge-shaped roots, weight 200-230g (7-8 oz.). White, firm, and juicy flesh with a spicy taste. Grow in spring and summer in open ground, early spring, and late fall under film shelter. Use fresh.  
  • Perennial flowering plant growth up to 30-35cm. Large white flowers with a yellow center. Blooms from July to September already in the first year. Grows at the same place without transplanting for 3-4 years.
  • Annual flowering plant with powerful, erect stems, grows 50-100 cm tall. Large, creamy white double flowers, diameter 8-10 cm.  Blooms from June until frost. Use for flower beds and cuttings.  
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    Annual flowering plant grows 30-40 cm in height. Large, fragrant flowers in various colors, diameter 3-4 cm. Blooms plentiful from June until frost. Use for flower beds, borders, and balconies.
  • Great for both Spring and Fall planting! Matures in 50-60 days. Expect heavy yields of round, straight, pale green pods, each containing five to eight smooth peas. Peas prefer full sun to partial shade. Space peas 2.5cm-4cm apart.  This shorter variety only reaching 90cm  (3 feet) a short trellis can be used. They grow best when planted on the crowded side. These are great when eaten fresh in the garden and take only 5-10 days to germinate. They offer 5-7 peas per pod and have a sweet and delicious flavour.  
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