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Coriander - 117NS32A

Coriander - 117NS32A

To maintain a good supply of fresh coriander sow seeds every few weeks from spring right though until the end of autumn. Coriander does not like soil that is too dry and too warm
Coriander can be used for digestion problems including upset stomach, loss of appetite, hernia, nausea, diarrhea, bowel spasms, and intestinal gas. It is also used to treat measles, hemorrhoids, toothaches, worms, and joint pain, as well as infections caused by bacteria and fungus.
Botanical name  Coriandrum sativumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  50Grower name  Nev and Sue Sinclair

Tomato - Sub-Arctic Maxi - 13NS73

Details  Early-cropping bush tomato, these are the earliest-fruiting tomatoes that I've ever had the pleasure of growing.No pruning, no staking; ultra easy care.Botanical name  Lycopersicon EsculentumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  20Grower name  Nev&Sue Sinclair
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Pea - Nev's cowpea - 34NS57

Pea - Nev's cowpea - 34NS57

Details  Grown by Nev for about 30 years, this type of bean is grown mainly for making hummus. Grows about 30 cm tall and is quite productiveBotanical name  Vigna unguiculataPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30 seedsGrower name  Nev&Sue Sinclair
Carrot - Baby Slenderette - 32NS89B

Carrot - Baby Slenderette - 32NS89B

Details  As the name suggest this carrot grows into a small root of about 8-10 cm long, Nev and Sue have selected for the sweetest tasting roots, also there garden doesn't have wild carrots growing anywhere in there district so if any white rooted carrot were to show up in the seed line it would be very rare.Botanical name  Daucus carota subsp. sativusPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  100Grower name  Nev and Sue Sinclair

Bean - Borlotti - 77NS26A

Details  A productive vigorous climber, Long vines that will grow to 6m tall if provided support, ideal as a drying bean. Borlotti are descendants from the original Cranberry beans that originated in ColombiaBotanical name  Phaseolus vulgarisPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30Grower name  Nev and Sue Sinclair
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Nev's TPS - 136NS78B

Details  You won't have met many people who have propagated potatoes by any other than vegetative means; in other words from tubers from the previous crop. You may have noticed though, that some potato plants produce flowers. Still fewer of these plants go on to develop and mature small greenish fruits. They look tomato-like and contain a stiff "pulp" holding many small white seeds. These seeds can be encouraged to germinate and with some care will grow into small plants that are easily recognised as miniature  potato plants.

Even from a relatively early stage when they may only be 100mms tall, differences will be discernible  between these individuals. They truly are individuals. They may not all prosper. They will each possess their own degree of disease resistance and vigour. As a propagator you will be rewarded, by those that flourish, with crops of distinctly unique potato tubers; diverse in both form, colour, flavour, texture, maturity and keeping qualities. This is a pursuit I have been involved in for at least 20 years. It is an exciting enterprise (if you are a potato Nerd!), and can result in the coming into being of very worthwhile, totally new, delicious cultivars that you can then continue into the future via the usual system of growing from tubers. But don't forget to keep seed from the best of them and continue the exploration of potatoes from true seed.
Botanical name  Solanum tuberosumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  40Grower name  Nev and Sue Sinclair
Corn - Kascade Korn - 85NS26

Corn - Kascade Korn - 85NS26

Details  The original kascade korn plants commenced life here in Scargill, in the early 80s.They grow well in our climate and under our organic regime. They are open pollinated, offering the advantage of you being able to reproduce your own seed for subsequent seasons. They are not as sweet as the super sweet types that people have got used to, but are delicious and very sustaining.Botanical name  Zea MaysPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  50 seedsGrower name  Nev&Sue Sinclair

Kale - Red Ruffled - 50NS37

Details  A red on green hues kale with oak leaf ruffled shapes.Very winter hardy and will handle temps as low as -20 deg, does best in soil pH of between 6.1 and 6.5Botanical name  Brassica napus pabulariaPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  60Grower name  Nev&Sue Sinclair

Bean Pean (white) - 44NS7

Details  Peans are a great all rounder with many uses. The plants climb just like a runner bean or climbing french bean and produce flat pods similar to a large mangetout pea. The pods can be picked young and used whole as a french bean or left on the plants to mature and shelled like peas, or they can be left to mature fully and dry and then used as any other dried beans. New seasons seed will be available again as soon a possible

Botanical name  Pisum sativumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30 seeds

Maize - Sola - 79NS76A

Details  The maize Sola is the name given to it by Nev, is was derived from an old maize that was commercially available back in the early 1970s when he first began growing it. Both Sue and Nev have a long history together, as plant and grower. It has changed during that lengthy association and now looks as if the sun is shining out of it. They use it principally in ground form for making what we regard as a very sustaining porridge (cooked with milk); rich and filling. Customers have also used it to create polenta and it seems to perform well used this way.

Although the seed from which the original crop was grown from was possibly a hybrid (even back then) it is no longer so, and reliably produces consistent crops.
Botanical name  Zea maysPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  50Grower name  Nev and Sue Sinclair
Capsicum - Siesta - 103NS17A

Capsicum - Siesta - 103NS17A

Details  Siesta is a productive golden capsicum. Nev's original seed were derived simply from a very ripe fruit from a greengrocer. That was over 25 years ago. Siesta now produces very reliable crops of large, thick-fleshed capsicums, even outdoors here in Scargill, North Canterbury, if started early in pots in a protected environment.Botanical name  Capsicum annuumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30Grower name  Nev&Sue Sinclair

Capsicum - Czech Beauty - 11NS13

Details  Purple flowers, Purple fruit ripen red. Thumb-sized, they are big on flavour.Sow indoors in early Spring. I now germinate my frost-sensitive species on a purpose-built compost heap, in our glass house. (Capsicums require soil to be 15C. to germinate.) I grow the resulting plants outdoors once the frost danger has diminished. Czech Beauty is a reliable performer, in our Scargill climate, where growing-season temperatures can fluctuate widely.
Botanical name  Capsicum AnnuumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30 seedsGrower name  Nev&Sue Sinclair
Evening Primrose - 70NS30

Evening Primrose - 70NS30

Details  Native to North America, the herb is now commonly found in many temperate zones around the world, thriving in open dry areas, the roots can be eaten and oil can be extracted from the seeds which are rich in Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA), an omega-6 fatty acid. Omega-6 oils are one of the two "good" fats essential for health.
Evening-primrose oil is being studied as a supplement for those who don't get enough omega-6 fat from their diet and also is showing some  promising results in reducing nerve damage caused by diabetes.
Botanical name  Oenothera biennisPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  50 seedsGrower name  Nev&Sue Sinclair

Tomato - Lobella - 104NS74A

Details  Lobella produces big crops of yellow fruit that look almost identical to yellow capsicums. Thick walled and hollow (they were originally called Yellow Stuffer), their seeds are enclosed in gel in the top of the fruit. Though great in salads, their flavour is enhanced by baking them, halved. They can be stuffed.

Botanical name  Solanum lycopersicumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  20Grower name  Nev&Sue Sinclair

Broad Bean - El Beano -138NS8

Details  Pure white  flowers. The pods enclose beans that are SWEET, and which remain GREEN once cooked. Try raw. These broad beans are my own selection, from possibly a random mutation, over 35 years ago. That original, pure white- flowered specimen caught my eye. I much preferred the flavour and colour of its beans, over others. I think you will, too. Kids love them raw,and as such they are wonderful in salads. In colder parts of the South Island and Inland North Island you don't want to sow broad beans between March and and early May if plants are over 10cm tall, heavy frosts will damage or kill. Plants under this size handle frosts well.

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Botanical name  Vicia FabaPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30Grower name  Nev&Sue Sinclair

Tomato - Japanese Black Trifele - 19NS75

Details  Pear-shaped fruit that are a strange red/orange/purple colour with very good taste. Strong, vigourous plants, that should be allowed to carry 3 or 4 leaders. So put in several stakes for each plant. Excellent yields.Botanical name  Lycopersicon esculentumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  20Grower name  Nev&Sue Sinclair
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