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silverbeet-fordhook-giant

1110: Silverbeet Fordhook Giant

Large dark green crinkled leaves with broad white stems. The most common cultivar.

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cauliflower-orange

1346: Cauliflower Orange

Unusual orange heads. A real novelty that is great to eat too! Break leaves over curd as it develops. Best sown November to January in southern areas.

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burpless-hybrid

1462: Burpless Hybrid

Fruit to 45 cm. Best when grown up a trellis. Easily digested and delicious picked at 30 cm. Resists Powdery Mildew and tolerates Downy Mildew.

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goldfinger-hybrid

1613: Goldfinger Hybrid

A golden zucchini that is productive and attractive. Expect fruit 6 weeks after germination. Pick at 16 cm.

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straightleaf

1722: Straightleaf

Best cultivar for Spring onions or Scallions, this non bulbing cultivar can be sown all year. Best used when 0.5 to 1 cm across. Sow sparingly and do not thin out. Vigorous upright growth. Treated seed to Tasmania.

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gladalan-brown

1726: Gladalan Brown

Mild and early maturing, this heavy yielding onion is the best of its type. A moderate keeper only, it is best sown May and June. Good in NSW and Qld.

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greenfeast

1810: Greenfeast

Metre tall plants with heavy crops of fine flavoured peas. Requires a low trellis. The most widely grown garden cultivar.

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max

1902: Max

Excellent sweet taste from the well filled 19 cm cobs. Plants vigorous with most producing 2 cobs. Has resistance to Rust, Northern Corn Leaf Blight and Maize Dwarf Mosaic Virus. Matures approx 85 days from sowing.

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large-purple

4694: Large Purple

Individual pieces large and tasty. Skin marked purple. Attractive. Not to SA, TAS, WA and NT.

Sorry, this product is sold out for 2018.

cyrus-hybrid

1196: Cyrus Hybrid

This adaptable hybrid variety has good size tight sprouts. Easily picked and reliable. Carries our recommendation. Sow October to February.

New 1 Gram option now available.

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