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Lettuce - Red Oakleaf - 27RW45

Lettuce - Red Oakleaf - 27RW45

Details  Has burgundy red leaves and is a loose-leaf non hearting lettuce cultivar  Botanical name  Lactuca sativaPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  40Grower name  Richard Watson
Miners Lettuce - 163RG101A

Miners Lettuce - 163RG101A

Details  Miner lettuce has small heart-shaped leaves have a mild but succulent taste, rich in calcium and vitamin C makes miners lettuce is ideal to add to salads. Scatter seed in out of the way corners where it can then maintain itself.
Botanical name  Claytonia perfoliataPrice per packet  $5.00Packet contents  40 seedsGrower name  Rick Ginders
Mustard Lettuce - 87RW49

Mustard Lettuce - 87RW49

Details  Has a distinct horseradish-mustard flavour. Regarded as one of the most nutritious green-leafy vegetables available around. Its lovely top greens have actually more vitamin A, carotenes, vitamin K, and flavonoid anti-oxidants than some of typical fruits and vegetables.Botanical name  Brassica junceaPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  50Grower name  Richard Watson
New Zealand Spinach  - 128RW91

New Zealand Spinach - 128RW91

Details  New Zealand Spinach' can be grown as a perennial in warmer climates but is typically grown as an annual.
Soaking seeds in warm water for two to eight hours prior to sowing may help soften the seed coat and improve germination results, spinach seeds need lots of heat to germinate so start inside or wait until summer time. Plants can be wintered over indoors and planted outdoors after frosts have past.
Botanical name  Tetragonia tetragonoidesPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  20Grower name  Richard watson

Spinach-Orach - 29RG69 - Red

Details  This red spinach is rich in Vitamin C ,vitamin A, iron, calcium,folic acid and antioxidants,commonly grown vegetable during the Middle Ages. Eaten raw in salads or cooked like spinach.Botanical name  Spinacia oleraceaPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  40Grower name  Rick Ginders
Wild Chicory - 134RW79

Wild Chicory - 134RW79

Details  The original seed was given to Richard as part of a seed order from the UK and was said to have being sourced from plants growing wild. A perennial member of the dandelion family Asteraceae. Ideal for salad leaves or roots which can be baked, ground, and used as a coffee substitute.

Seed extraction and processing is extremely difficult and time consuming which reflexes in the price of this seed
Botanical name  Cichorium intybusPrice per packet  $5.00Packet contents  15Grower name  Richard Watson
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