Lettuce leaf mix -1.5gm seeds A mix of Black Seeded Simpson, Suzan, Merveille Des Quatre Saisons, Lollo Bionda, Grazer Krauthauptel and Red Salad Bowl.
Asian leaf mix -1.5gms seeds A mix of Taisai, Mizuna, Swiss chard, Chinese cabbage Granaat, purple frills and golden frills. Sow from March until August.
Fine leaf cress - 3000 seeds Fast growing plant used for its seedling leaves in salads. Harvest after ten days.
Golden frills - 500 seeds Fine serrated leaves. Fresh green colour and a spicy flavour. Sow from March until Augus
Wild rocket - 2000 seeds Rich spicy flavour. Can be cut several times Sow in succession from April.
Spinach - Batterflay - 800 seeds Very robust plant with dark green leaves. For spring, autumn and winter cultivation. Slow to bolt For spring and autumn sowing. Sow in rows 15cm apart. Spinach requires a very fertile, moist soil
Radicchio - 400 seeds Palla Rossa Forms upright, red coloured heads. Mild tasting. Sow end of June to mid July
Cherry belle -500 seeds A round, red radish for spring and summer cultivation with deliciously crisp flesh. Sow outside from March.
Eiszapfen -250 seeds A fast growing, 10-12cm long, cylindrical, white short leaved radish. Sow until end August.
French breakfast -450 seeds Fast growing radish, scarlet red with pure white tip. Sow outdoor March-Sep.
Ischikrona - 200 seeds Fast growing Japanese bunching onion. Forms long white stems and dark green leaves. Very hardy, can be sown in late summer for overwintering. Sow seeds from March onwards.
White Lisbon – 300 organic seeds Spring onion forms long white stem with little bulbing, the leaves are upright with fresh green colour. Sow Febuary onwards, 15mm deep, in rows 15-20cm apart. Keep weed free and well watered.
Persika - 10 seeds Good yielding, mixed flowering salad cucumber with green smooth skinned fruits. Suited to both outdoor and greenhouse cultivation. Fruits can grow to a medium size but are best harvested as a mini cucumber..Sow at the end of April under glass in pots. Outdoor sowing is only possible when the soil has warmed sufficiently.