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All Autumn Planting Vegetables




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Shallot 'Hative de Niort' (Autumn Planting)

Allium cepa (Aggregatum Group)

Autumn planting.

Shallot Hative de Niort is the exhibitors favourite but also has superb taste for a wide range of culinary dishes. The brown skinned bulbs have that classic elongated pear shape with excellent uniformity. Plant from late October through to late February, if your soil conditions are likely to be very wet or in an exposed site, then plant the individual bulbs into 75mm ( 3in) pots of compost in your unheated greenhouse or a coldframe to plant out once soil conditions are favourable.

 

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    • 5 shallot bulbs

    • Despatch: By end of September 2014
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    • £9.99
    • 10 shallot bulbs

    • Despatch: By end of September 2014
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    • £16.99

Shallot 'Jermor' (Autumn Planting)

Allium cepa (Aggregatum Group)

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Autumn planting.

Shallot 'Jermor' is from French production of Jersey 'half long' types with long, rather than rounded bulbs that are often referred to as 'banana' shallots. The shiny copper-skinned bulbs with crisp, pink-tinged flesh make this a favourite with exhibitors. This RHS AGM variety is equally popular in the kitchen for its superb sweet taste. An excellent variety for autumn planting with good storage potential. Height: 35cm (14"). Spread: 15cm (6").

 

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    • 20 shallot bulbs

    • Despatch: By end of September 2014
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    • £9.99

Onion 'Tornado' (Autumn Planting)

Allium cepa

  • Tolerant of drought
  • Excellent resistance to bolting

Autumn planting.

From the same British breeding programme as the hugely popular 'Shakespeare', comes an exciting new autumn-planting variety, Onion 'Tornado'. With a milder flavour than other autumn varieties, Onion 'Tornado' is delicious in salads, but is equally good in stews, where it holds together well. Resistant to bolting and storing for up to 8 weeks, this superb brown onion is the perfect variety for bridging the gap before your next spring onions are ready to harvest. Height: 45cm (18"). Spread: 15cm (6").


Companion planting: Try growing onions with mint to confuse and deter onion fly.


Useful links:

Companion PlantingHow to grow Onions

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    • 50 onion sets

    • Despatch: By end of September 2014
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    • £5.99
    • 100 onion sets

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    • £11.98 £7.99

Garlic 'Solent Wight' (Autumn Planting)

Allium sativum

Autumn planting. Softneck.

Garlic 'Solent Wight' is known for its exceptional flavour and bouquet which it retains during cooking. This increasingly popular and reliable softneck variety is well suited to the British climate and one of the best for its overall eating and keeping qualities. Height: 60cm (24”). Spread: 15cm (6”).


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How to grow garlic

 

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    • 2 large garlic bulbs

    • Despatch: By end of September 2014
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    • £5.99

Garlic 'Carcassonne Wight' (Autumn Planting)

Allium sativum

Autumn planting. Hardneck.

Originating in the South of France and yet possibly the most successful hardneck garlic variety for overwintering in the UK. Garlic 'Carcassonne Wight' shows good vigour and skin cover with pink coloured cloves that are similar to Garlic 'Lautrec', but arguably superior in bouquet and character. Height: 60cm (24"). Spread: 15cm (6").


Useful links:

How to grow garlic

 

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    • 2 large garlic bulbs

    • Despatch: By end of September 2014
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    • £5.99

Garlic 'Bella Italiano' (Autumn Planting)

Allium sativum

Autumn planting. Hardneck.

This attractive Italian hardneck garlic originates from the mountainous region near L'Aquila, to the north east of Rome. The delicate pink and white cloves of Garlic 'Bella Italiano' deliver a hard-hitting and deliciously aromatic flavour. The bulbs can be stored over a long period, and once harvested, will keep well into the following spring. Height: 60cm (24”). Spread: 15cm (6”).


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How to grow garlic

 

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    • 2 garlic bulbs

    • Despatch: By end of September 2014
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    • £5.99

Onion Mixed Red,White & Brown (Autumn Planting)

Allium cepa

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Autumn planting. Heat treated.

This popular mix of 3 favourite varieties is perfect for gardeners with limited space, who want to grow a range of onion colours to suit their culinary needs. These varieties have been heat treated to reduce bolting risk on planting, which occurs particularly in red varieties. Height: 45cm (18”). Spread: 15cm (6”).


  • Collection comprises 3 easily identifiable colours:
  • Onion 'Electric' (red) - An overwintering variety producing shiny red skinned, semi globe shaped bulbs with crisp, pink-tinged flesh.
  • Onion 'Silvermoon' (white) - Attractive white-skinned and fleshed variety. Maincrop maturity for harvesting in August and good storage potential.
  • Onion 'Tornado' (brown) - Mild flavour, good for overwintering and tolerant of drought and excellent resistance to bolting.

Companion planting: Try growing onions with mint to confuse and deter onion fly.


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Companion Planting

 

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    • 50 onion sets

    • Despatch: By end of September 2014
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    • £5.99
    • 100 onion sets

    • Despatch: By end of September 2014
    • SAVE £3.99  
    • £11.98 £7.99

Garlic 'Grow Your Own Collection' (Autumn Planting)

Allium sativum

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Autumn planting. Hardneck/ Softneck.

Easy to grow and so good for you!

  • Collection comprises 1 bulb each of the following autumn planting varieities:
  • Garlic ‘Chesnok Red’ - Hardneck variety from Shvelisi in Georgia with attractive purple striping and a lovely, full-bodied flavour.
  • Garlic ‘Early Purple Wight’ - The earliest hardneck variety currently available from autumn planting.
  • Garlic ‘Lautrec Wight’ - France's finest hardneck garlic producing very pretty bulbs with white outer skins and deep pink cloves.
  • Garlic ‘Messidrome’ - A softneck variety producing large white bulbs with excellent flavour for all culinary uses.
  • Garlic ‘Wight Cristo’ - A softneck variety producing pure white bulbs with an elegant bouquet.
  • Garlic ‘Solent Wight’ - A reliable softneck variety which is one of the best for its overall eating and keeping qualities.
  • Garlic ‘Carcassonne Wight’ - Produces pink cloves, similar to Lautrec, but are possibly of a superior bouquet and character.
  • Garlic ‘Provence Wight’ - Provence can produce bulbs that approach Elephant Garlic size. The large, fat cloves are superb in aioli and bouillabaisse, but adds a 'taste of Provence' to all of your garlic recipes.

  • Garlic ‘Germidour’ - This softneck variety produces large, white bulbs with a mild but still rich flavour.

  • PLUS 5 cloves of Elephant Garlic!


    Useful links:

    How to grow garlic

     

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      • 9 garlic bulbs + 5 garlic cloves

      • Despatch: By end of September 2014
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      • £29.99

    Garlic 'Provence Wight' (Autumn Planting)

    Allium sativum

    • NEW in 2014

    Autumn planting. Softneck garlic.

    An outstanding garlic variety which produces large, fat cloves, forming a bulb approaching Elephant Garlic size! A worthy replacement for 'Albigensian Wight', the delicious cloves are superb used in aioli and bouillabaisse. Garlic 'Provence Wight' bulbs have excellent keeping qualities and store well into the New Year. Height: 60cm (24”). Spread: 15cm (6").


    Useful links:

    How to grow garlic

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      • 2 large garlic bulbs

      • Despatch: By end of September 2014
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      • £5.99

    Rhubarb 'Thompson's Terrifically Tasty' (Autumn Planting)

    Rheum x hybridum

    • NEW in 2014

    Bred in Essex by a Mr. Thompson (no relation!), this is the earliest rhubarb we've ever found. Thick pink, flavoursome stalks tapering to green, are produced from March onwards, a whole month earlier than other rhubarb plants! You'll be enjoying this aptly-named rhubarb variety over a long period, from March right through until mid-summer. Rhubarb 'Thompson's Terrifically Tasty' is delicious in pies, crumbles and jams. Height: 60cm (24"). Spread: 120cm (48").


    Estimated time to cropping once planted: 16-20 months.
    Estimated time to best yields: 28-32 months.


    Useful links:

    How to grow rhubarb

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      • 2 budded rhubarb pieces

      • Despatch: By end of November 2014
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      • £9.99

    Asparagus officinalis 'Guelph Millennium' (Autumn Planting)

    Autumn planting.

    This autumn planting asparagus comes from Canadian breeding making it particularly cold tolerant and well suited to UK weather condiitons. Producing high yields of purple-tipped, green spears, Asparagus 'Guelph Millennium' is reliable in most soils. Height: 150cm (59"). Spread: 45cm (18").

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    How to grow asparagus

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      • 10 crowns

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      • 25 crowns

      • Despatch: By end of October 2014
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      • £34.99

    Asparagus officinalis 'Planter Collection' (Autumn Planting)

    Grow your own asparagus spears in even the smallest of spaces! This handy asparagus planter collection does not require a permanent bed or large growing area, making it perfect for a patio or balcony. Asparagus grown in planters will take 2 years to crop and will crop for up to 3 seasons after this.

    Please note: Once growing in a planter it is not advisable to disturb asparagus plants and move them. To grow asparagus plants in containers, a planter of at least 60ltrs is required.


    Each collection consists of 2 x 60 litre planters, plus 3 crowns each of Asparagus 'Mondeo' and Asparagus 'Pacific 2000'.


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    How to grow asparagus

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      • 1 collection

      • Despatch: By end of October 2014
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      • £29.97 £19.99