Product code: 12237
Characterized by good vigour and rusticity, it shows a very high tolerance to leaf and root diseases. Leaves are mid-sized, light green, flower is below or even with the foliage, fruit is regular conical shape, bright, medium red in colour, very firm.
Product code: 2868
Early with delicious, buttery flavor and tender-firm texture. Plump, pale green pods average three seeds per pod. Compact plants average 2 feet tall and have a concentrated set which allows for hand or machine harvest.
Product code: 4903
Chia is an annual herb that belongs to the mint family. It is popularly known from the “Chia Pet” products. When moistened the chia seeds will stick to surfaces where they can then germinate.
Product code: 6057
Panic Grass (Panicum violaceum) also known as Switch Grass. Fountain-like sprays of yellow 6 to 8 inch plumes with hints of red on 36 to 42 inch stems. Perennial or treat as annual. Panic grass seeds at wholesale prices.
Product code: 12084
Gold of Pleasure, Wild Flax, German Sesame, Siberian Oilseed, native to Northern Europe. An ancient oilseed crop, loaded with Omega 3 fatty acids and vitamin E. The oil is a delicious raw condiment, and is a stabile and tasty cooking oil.
Product code: 12246
Great bulrush. Perennial aquatic plant from temperate regions, growing to 3 m (10 ft) high or more. Edible parts include the young roots and rhizomes (cooked), the stem bases (raw or cooked), seeds and young shoots (raw or cooked).
Product code: 12691
Setaria viridis is a species of grass known by many common names, including green foxtail green bristlegrass, and wild foxtail millet. It is sometimes considered a subspecies of Setaria italica.
Product code: 12547
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.
Product code: 877
Chufa is the Spanish name for Earth Almond (Cyperus esculentus L.). In english the small nut like lumps are called Tiger Nuts. It is one of the plants which has been grown for the longest time in Egypt. There are proof of them being grown for over 6000y.
Product code: 2874
A popular ornamental tree in the Araliaceae from rainforest and gallery forest in tropical Australia, New Guinea and Indonesia. It grows a sparsely branching trunk to about 15 m (50 ft.) tall with a dense crown of large, palmate, lobed leaves.
Product code: 3090
Salsola komarovii, is considered one of Japan’s oldest vegetables. A gourmet speciality, popularly known as Okahijiki, it gets its name from the fact that it looks like seaweed (hijiki), but grows on land (oka).
Product code: 5238
Bright red clusters of half-inch berries give this plant its most striking feature. In the same family as Lamb’s Quarters, it shares weedy tendencies, especially on disturbed ground. The leaves (1-4” long) are triangular or arrow-shaped.
Product code: 6754
Okra, also known as gumbo, is a warm-weather vegetable that thrives in the long, hot summers of the southern United States. Although okra loves hot weather, it can successfully be grown in cooler Northern climates as well.
Product code: 1297
It is commonly known as the Jerusalem Cherry, Madeira Winter Cherry, or simply Winter Cherry. These perennials can be grown decoratively as house plants or outdoors as an ornamental plant. Jerusalem Cherry will grow as a perennial outdoors down to Zone 8.
Shiitake possesses a distinctive smokey flavour, making it a great addition to casseroles, soups and oriental stir fries. The flavour and texture of outdoor natural log grown mushrooms is much superior to the Shiitake bought in the shops.
Isolated from the wild from an ancient woodland in Yorkshire, our unique Summer Oyster Mushroom has a superior flavour and texture that has been inherited from it’s wild origins. An exceptionally nice oyster mushroom to grow and eat.
Suillellus luridus (formerly Boletus luridus), commonly known as the lurid bolete, is a fungus of the bolete family, found in deciduous woodlands on chalky soils in Asia, Europe, and eastern North America.
Fruit bodies of Agaricus bernardii have caps that range in shape from convex to flattened, and reach a diameter of 5–15 cm (2.0–5.9 in). The cap surface is dry and smooth, with a white or buff color that can develop brownish spots in maturity.
The saffron milkcap is one of the only edible milkcap mushrooms. It grows in the summer and autumn months under the canopy of pine trees and is distinguished by its convex cap with rolled lip, particularly noticeable in young specimens.
Slippery Jack Mushrooms are wild mushrooms that grow in symbiotic relationship with pine and spruce trees. They grow from mid-summer to early autumn. The caps are saffron coloured or yellowish-brown, though they can be a dark chestnut brown.
Product code: 1764
Silk Leaf is an old heirloom Virginian variety which has regained popularity among growers in recent years. It grows to 6 feet in height and is a good producer of leaves averaging 20" inches long by 12" wide. Matures in 65-70 days.
Product code: 5876
'Shirazi' is Turkish-type of tobacco originating from Iran. The leaves tend to be thick and heavy, high in nicotine, and are valued for their rich flavors and aroma. Historically sun-cured, it is used for cigarette and pipe blends.
Product code: 12425
Tree to 15 m tall, with trunk to 0.6 m in diameter. Bark light gray, becoming scaly with age and ultimately slightly furrowed at the base. Branchlets without hairs, slightly grooved between the leaf bases. Buds 4-5(-9) mm long, not prominently resinous.
Product code: 3671
The White Spruce is an evergreen with dense foliage and needles that are blue-green in color. This conifer is a faster grower than many other spruces and is a great choice for heavier soils such as clay.
Product code: 10145
The Scots pine, also known as the common pine or red fir is one of the most important tree species in Europe both economically and ecologically. Its range covers all of Eurasia and stretches from the Arctic Circle in the north to the south of Turkey.
Product code: 4275
Pinus siberica belongs to the family of the Pinaceae, the pine trees. This pine tree species is native to Siberia. Due to that is also known as Siberian yellow pine. In Siberia it occurs in big populations that cover big areas. Those populations are mostl
Product code: 3675
The European Silver Fir is one of the tallest growing conifers in Europe with a maximum height of 67m (220ft). It is native to the mountains of Europe stretching from the Pyrenees and eastwards to the Alps and the Carpathians, Slovenia and Croatia.
Product code: 837
With plenty to recommend it, Sea Buckthorn is widely used for healing in Asia and Europe, where it is valued as a potent anti-oxidant, a source for Vitamin C and a healing oil. The attractive small tree or shrub, also called Seaberry.
Product code: 1626
Persian Silk Tree (Albizia julibrissin) Deciduous. Zones 6-9. What a lovely and unusual tree! Averaging 30 feet in height, the Persian Silk Tree has deep green, fern-like leaves and incredibly exotic, pink, feathery flowers.
Product code: 1668
Hairy stems that support an umbrella-like crown of feathery foliage, staghorn sumac displays a handsome red fruit spike and yellow, red and orange fall color. A deciduous, upright, colonizing large shrub, it is native to much of eastern North America.
Product code: 4307
The Swedish whitebeam is a sturdy mid-sized tree reaching about 10m, with a broad round crown. It grows naturally along the coasts of the Baltic Sea, and sparsely in the south-west archipelago.
Product code: 1643
Japanese Pagoda Tree, Sophora japonica, is a spectacular late summer flowering tree. Also known as Chinese Scholar Tree, the Pagodatree is held in high regard throughout its native Asian range for its beautiful summer flowers.
Product code: 4308
Native to most of Europe except for the far south, and northern Asia this tough small to medium-sized tree is very tolerant of cold and exposure and is often found at high altitude on mountains-in the UK it occurs at up to 1 000m altitude.
Product code: 4309
Wild Service Tree seeds have a deep dormancy within them, this requires a degree of patience to overcome and it is usually quite easy to get high levels of germination if the correct procedures are followed.
Product code: 3705
Rare in the east, abundant in the lower Ohio valley and middle of Mississippi valley. Reaches its largest size in southern Illinois and Indiana. Bark: Light brown, scaly; on young stems light brown, smooth.
Product code: 3682
This widely planted ornamental tree is a hybrid of two Chinese magnolias, the Yulan Magnolia and the Lily Magnolia. The bark is smooth and light gray. The Saucer Magnolia originated by chance in 1820, as an accidental seedling in a French garden.
Product code: 12434
Perennial woody vine. Native to Manchuria, northeastern China and Japan. The odoriferous pink or white flowers give way to bright red fruit which droops down in clusters from the vine. This is known as the many-flavored berry.
Product code: 6863
Red Elderberry (Sambacus racemosa) thrives in Riparian Zones, on north aspects and transition zones. It is a large deciduous shrub or small tree of the Honeysuckle family that grows 10-20 ft tall with a broad arching form.
Product code: 3697
Caragana arborescens, or Caragana or Siberian peashrub or Siberian peashrub, is a species of legume. It is a shrub growing to heights of 12 feet or more and is a perennial. Typically, it has a moderate to fast growth rate.