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Non-trailing with green, slightly marbled, long fruits with a small seed cavity. Start harvesting six weeks after planting. Early and good cropper. o SOWING TIME o o o BEE FRIENDLY / EDIBLE FLOWERS o
Borage is a prolific and edible blue flowering plant. A beautiful asset to your garden! It attracts beneficial insects and provides nectar for bees. Borage flowers over a long period of time and can be a great addition to salads. 0 SOWING TIME 0 0 BEE FRIENDLY /EDIBLE FLOWERS 0
CauliflowerCauliflower ‘Bola de Neve’
Bola de Neve is a cauliflower variety producing uniform heads which weigh between 2 and 3 kg. Bolt resistant if sown and planted in the right time. The top leaf can be folded over the head during formation to provide an even and white crop. Cauliflower is naturally high in fiber and an excellent source of vitamins C, K, B6, and folate. o SOWING TIME o
LettuceLettuce 'Lollo Bionda'
Italian lettuce variety with frilly leaves and a coral like shape. The leaves are produced loosely in a whole head, are tender in taste, with a slight bitterness. o SOWING TIME o o SUITABLE FOR POTS o
Traditional cabbage variety from Portugal and Northern Spain. The leaves of the cabbage should be picked when medium young to ensure the leaves are tender. The cabbage will continue to grow creating a long stem. If left to flower it will attract many bees and other pollinating insects. Perennial in the right conditions. o SOWING TIME o
Corn SaladCorn Salad 'Vit'
An early variety of corn salad, very productive and easy to grow. Able to withstand low temperatures, it can be grown outside in the garden with little protection. It has a low growing habit and is a mildew resistant variety. The leaves are soft and dark green in colour, with a mild and nutty flavour. Being cultivated as a valuable winter salad for its...