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Shallot Sets “Golden Gourmet”
Shallot Sets “Golden Gourmet” are the easiest way to grow shallots in your garden! Planted very early in the season, in mid-February if possible, they mature faster than those grown from seed.
Golden Gourmet’ is a very high yielding, Dutch variety that can be harvested as early as July.
It has a golden brown skin, stores well and has better resistance to bolting than many other varieties.
Superb for pickling and general cooking when extra strength is required.£6.50
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Onion Sets “Red Baron”
Onion Sets “Red Baron” is a mid-late maturing variety. Produces firm, flattish-round bulbs of a beautiful dark red colour. With eye-catching red rimmed flesh and a stronger flavour than most varieties.
This RHS AGM variety makes an attractive addition to salads. An excellent cropping red onion with good storage properties.£5.65
Seed Potato “Picasso” – Early Maincrop
Seed Potato “Picasso” – Early Maincrop. Developed from “Cara”, this early maincrop variety has the same creamy skin and striking bright pink/red eyes.
Picasso produces huge yields of waxy fleshed tubers with good all round disease and drought resistance making it a commercial, garden and allotment favourite.
A versatile variety in the kitchen, particularly for baking and mashing.£1.85
Seed Potato “Orla” – First Early or Early Maincrop
Seed Potato – Orla is a very popular variety for the organic grower due to their high blight resistance. They can be grown as a first early or instead left to mature as an early maincrop.
Orla are one of the better tasting potato varieties available, and produce large crops of bold white tubers.£1.85
Seed Potato “Maxine” – Second Early
Seed Potato “Maxine” – Second Early produces beautiful rounded tubers with red skin and waxy flesh.
A great all-rounder ideal for all types of cooking. The flavour is outstanding and grows unmarked exhibition quality potatoes earning it an RHS Award of Garden Merit.£1.85
Seed Potato “Maris Piper” – Maincrop
Seed Potato “Maris piper” – Maincrop has a golden skin and creamy white flesh with a fluffy texture and fantastic flavour. This makes it a versatile all-rounder! Great for Chips and Roasted Potatoes, and also perfect for Mash and Wedges.
“The best chipping variety available”. Maris Piper produces dry, floury tubers that rarely discolour while cooking. This popular purple-flowered maincrop potato is also Golden Eelworm resistant.£1.85
Seed Potato “King Edward” – Maincrop
Seed Potato “King Edward” – Maincrop is recognisable by its creamy coloured skin with light red blushes. With a light cream coloured flesh, King Edward potatoes have a fluffy texture once cooked.
A very popular choice for Chefs and perfect for Roasts, Jackets and Chips & Wedges.£1.85
Seed Potato “Desiree” – Maincrop
Seed Potato “Desiree” – Maincrop is a very popular red variety with light yellow, firm but waxy flesh. It is very versatile when utilised in cooking, with baking and roasting being the most common uses. Desiree will also withstand periods of drought extremely well.£1.85
Seed Potato “Maris Peer” – Second Early
Seed Potato “Maris Peer” – Second Early are perfect for producing delicious new potatoes in autumn and right up to Christmas.
They need to be kept frost free so they make excellent crops for growing in bags in the greenhouse or in sheltered vegetable plots.
Favoured by restaurants and home cooks alike; the firm creamy yellow fleshed tubers of Potato Maris Peer retain their colour and have a superb flavour yet won’t disintegrate on cooking.
This outstanding Winter cropping variety also boasts the most attractive, slightly scented purple flowers. Perfect for that ‘New Potato’ taste.£1.85
Seed Potato “Kestrel” – Second Early
Seed Potato “Kestrel” – Second Early is a real gardeners’ favourite variety producing tubers of consistent size and shape with attractive, smooth skins and violet eyes.
Potato ‘Kestrel’ has good slug resistance, Golden Eelworm and partial White Eelworm resistance.
Great all-rounder cooked in many ways.£1.85
Seed Potato “Charlotte” – Second Early
Seed Potato “Charlotte” – Second Early is very popular second early salad variety producing pear shaped, yellow skinned, waxy tubers and creamy yellow flesh of first class flavour, eaten either hot or cold in many popular spring/summer dishes.
The variety Charlotte holds an RHS AGM award and is frequently found in your local supermarket.£1.85
Seed Potato “British Queen” – Second Early
Seed Potato “British Queen” – Second Early was recently awarded the Award of Garden Merit (AGM) by the Royal Horticultural Society.
A second early with high yields and delicious flavour, ideal for general cooking – especially chipping, baking and roasting.
Oval tubers with white skin, snowy white floury flesh and shallow eyes. Bred in Scotland since 1894 it quickly became Britain’s most popular second early and provided part of the staple diet throughout the two World Wars. Yields for this heritage variety are surprisingly high.£1.85
Seed Potato “Red Duke of York” – First Early
Seed Potato “Red Duke of York” – First Early is a heritage variety and is one of the few red-skinned, cream-fleshed Earlies with high dry matter (floury). It has a delightful flavour and grows relatively large.
Can be harvested as New and are versatile for boiling, steaming, mashing, chipping, baking and roasting.
This potato is an RHS “Award of Garden Merit” winner.£1.85
Seed Potato “Casablanca” – First Early
Seed Potato “Casablanca” – First Early is a modern white-skinned variety with great qualities. Casablanca produces a clean smooth white tuber with shallow eyes and it enjoys popularity with Chefs due to its versatility for chipping, baking, boiling and steaming.
This potato is an ideal choice for those who grow in small gardens or planters. Croppings can be achieved in approximately 60 days from planting.£1.85