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Novelties of heirloom seeds for the Third week of January 2019



The assortment of goods of our store has been replenished, - novelties of heirloom seeds. All the seeds before packaging are tested for germination and variety, so you can be sure that the plant that is mentioned in the description will grow.
Mid early (103-110 days) variety for greenhouses and open ground. Plant height - 50-60 cm. Pepper fruits, with a sharp "nose", red with yellow stripes, very dense, fleshy, weighing 80-120 grams, with a high content of solids. Awesome!
 
With its bright golden yellow fruits, this variety adds cheer to salads or is fantastic made into a pasta sauce with an interesting twist - add some chopped red chilli and fresh basil at the last minute for a real symphony of colour!
 
Mid early, determinant, pickling tomato variety for open ground and greenhouses. The period from germination to maturity is 105-110 days. Plant 0.5-0.8 high. We recommend forming the plant only before the first flower brush.
 
This is a Siberian monster. Most of the tomatoes were in the ¾ pound range. Very juicy with bold old fashion tomato flavor. A standout in the garden and one I will grow again. The Russian name for this tomato is Medvezhiya Lapa.
 
Early ripe variety. From germination to fruiting 100-110 days. Harvest from the plant - up to 10kg. The plant is indeterminate. The count of fruits in the plant - 6-8. Fruit plum-shaped, black in color, weighing 20-30 grams. Form 1-2 stems.
 
Early ripe high-yielding variety. Plant about 50 cm high. The fruits are elongated, beautiful, sweet, yellow in color, weighing 80-100 grams, very tasty fresh. Surprisingly fruitful. Excellent for preservation.
 
Mid-season variety. From germination to maturity 110-120 days. Determinate 80-100 cm tall. Fruits of large size, heart-shaped, weighing 400-700 grams, dark pink color. Suitable for processing and fresh consumption.
 
Swiss garden pansy is a biennial plant that develops large, extraordinarily ornamental flowers. Small plants grow 15 - 25 cm tall, while their blooms reach up to 10 cm in diameter and delight with a multitude of bright, cheerful colours.
 
This is a great rare heirloom variety producing fat pods greenish red in colour. The fruits are produced on tall plants and they give extra flavor to soups, stews and sauces as well as being a classic ingredient for curries.
 
Mino Early is a leading open pollinated radish (daikon) for summer to fall harvest in Japan. It has good heat tolerance and can be grown all year round in tropical areas. The tapered root is long, white, tender and crisp with a mild pungency.
 
Daikon (sweet radish), breeded in Japan, where it ranks first in the area under vegetables. Sasha - an early ripe grade, vegetative period of 35-45 days. Used fresh. Root crop rounded and oval-rounded, up to 10.5 cm long, white smooth.
 
Although very familiar to many, the chick pea is a crop rarely seen in the UK, though it has been cultivated for centuries in Asia and the Mediterranean. Our seed comes from Italy and is of the white-skinned variety which has a superior flavour.
 
For a gorgeous vine and foliage, start Hyacinth Bean seeds. This vine is especially lovely with deep red leaves. Red Leaved Hyacinth Bean is a fast-growing, climbing vine, producing dark crimson red foliage and deep purple flowers.
 
This unique morning glory features lovely double cerise flowers that make a bold impact. Multitudes of these beautiful blooms cover the strong vining habit. Can be grown and sold in packs, trellised containers and hanging baskets.
 
This is a mix of several Morning Glory varieties that range in colour from white to red to purple. It is an annual plant with sinuous stems that grow 250 to 350 centimetres in length. With a blooming period which lasts from July to late September.
 
This is a mix of Dwarf Nasturtium plants; it is an annual variety that grows 20 to 30 centimetres in height. The varieties flower richly from June to September; all of the flowers develop above the leaves.
 
Spike Speedwell is one of the most decorative perennial plants; it grows 30 to 50 centimetres in height and produces raised shoots that develop glamorous loose spikes. It blooms rampantly from July to September.
 
Angelica archangelica is a majestic plant that deserves a prominent position at the back of a border or in a wild part of the garden. It loves woodland conditions, with plenty of moist shade, preferably near rivers or deposits of water.
 
The stem and leaves were used as an astringent and sedative and used to treat anxiety, tuberculosis and heart palpitations. It has also been used in the treatment of hyperthyroidism and related disorders.
 
Originating from sunny pastures and open rocky sites, these long-lived perennials are ideal for gravel gardens, meadows and other naturalised planting schemes. Their bright yellow flowers take on an orange hue as they age.
 
A magnificent plant. The scotch thistle - the National flower of Scotland. Can reach 8-10 feet in height. It has large triangular stems and huge silver blue leaves that will stand out from a great distance.
 
Daucus carota (common names include wild carrot, (UK) bird's nest, bishop's lace, and (US) Queen Anne's lace) is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae, native to temperate regions of Europe, southwest Asia and naturalised to northeast North America.
 
Salvia sclarea var. turkestanica, better known as Clary Sage has been grown in almost every botanical sanctuary in human history. Its uses are considerable: a flavoring for wines, an oil for perfumes, potpourri and incense.
 
Salvias verticillata are some of the showiest plants for large containers and mixed borders. Throughout the summer, this cultivar produces multiple upright, flower spikes in an shade of deep purple.
 
A shimmering ocean of blue purple flowers awaits all those who plant this impressive plant in their garden. This plant is commonly known as Meadow Sage and is a pollinator plant! Beautiful bright blue, almost purple flowers spike off of a long green stem.
 
These do look like fat strawberries, being more saladette than cherry-sized, tapered at the end with broader shoulders. The color is pink, with a clear epidermis verification, and there are beautiful gold stripes that sparkle in the sun!
 
Stunning, golden-yellow foliage that looks extremely vibrant with the sun shining through it. Unlike most yellow leaved plants, rather than getting darker and greener as the season goes on, this one gets yellower and brighter right up to the autumn.
 
Indeterminate, productive, mid-season variety. Fruits are flat-rounded, weighing 100-200 grams, pink-red color with yellow stripes. The unusual color of the fruit during ripening changes, gradually moving from light green to orange-red.

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