Brassicas & Greens Seeds

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No Sunday roast would be complete without greens - with edible flower buds from cauliflower & cabbage, to leaves from kale and roots from swedes & turnips. Much like your dinner plate, no growing area should be without brassicas. The varieties can be grown throughout the year and there are many pest and disease resistant varieties to choose from. Not to mention, freshly grown, organic brassicas can’t be beaten for taste and a packed full of healthy minerals.

Start your greens off in a seed bed or propagator, separate from where they’ll finally end up. Let t. . . Show More >

No Sunday roast would be complete without greens - with edible flower buds from cauliflower & cabbage, to leaves from kale and roots from swedes & turnips. Much like your dinner plate, no growing area should be without brassicas. The varieties can be grown throughout the year and there are many pest and disease resistant varieties to choose from. Not to mention, freshly grown, organic brassicas can’t be beaten for taste and a packed full of healthy minerals.

Start your greens off in a seed bed or propagator, separate from where they’ll finally end up. Let them grow to at least a 6-leaf stage before transplanting out. These plants don’t like a low PH, so a couple of handfuls of an alkaline like lime power will keep them happy. Our best organic tip for brassicas is to keep them netted – investing a few quid in netting will keep the pigeons and cabbage white caterpillars at bay! You should never grow them in the same place year after year, as this will encourage diseases. Greens are the group that really give, with edible flower buds from cauliflower and cabbage, edible leaves from kale and edible roots from swedes and turnips. It does take a little care and attention to grow these plants, but your patience is rewarded with taste! Remember, most greens that are shop bought have been picked and stored in cold stores way before adorning the aisles, depleting their mineral and palate value.


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No Sunday roast would be complete without greens - with edible flower buds from cauliflower & cabbage, to leaves from kale and roots from swedes & turnips. Much like your dinner plate, no growing area should be without brassicas. The varieties can be grown throughout the year and there are many pest and disease resistant varieties . . . Show More >

No Sunday roast would be complete without greens - with edible flower buds from cauliflower & cabbage, to leaves from kale and roots from swedes & turnips. Much like your dinner plate, no growing area should be without brassicas. The varieties can be grown throughout the year and there are many pest and disease resistant varieties to choose from. Not to mention, freshly grown, organic brassicas can’t be beaten for taste and a packed full of healthy minerals.

Start your greens off in a seed bed or propagator, separate from where they’ll finally end up. Let them grow to at least a 6-leaf stage before transplanting out. These plants don’t like a low PH, so a couple of handfuls of an alkaline like lime power will keep them happy. Our best organic tip for brassicas is to keep them netted – investing a few quid in netting will keep the pigeons and cabbage white caterpillars at bay! You should never grow them in the same place year after year, as this will encourage diseases. Greens are the group that really give, with edible flower buds from cauliflower and cabbage, edible leaves from kale and edible roots from swedes and turnips. It does take a little care and attention to grow these plants, but your patience is rewarded with taste! Remember, most greens that are shop bought have been picked and stored in cold stores way before adorning the aisles, depleting their mineral and palate value.


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Cabbage Chateaurenard Organic Cabbage (Organic) Seeds - Chateaurenard

Average Packet Content 125 seeds

£2.49
Cabbage Chinese Atsuko Organic Cabbage Chinese (Organic) Seeds - Atsuko

Average Packet Content 58 seeds

£1.99
Cabbage Chinese Kaboko F1 Organic Cabbage Chinese (Organic) Seeds - Kaboko F1

Average Packet Content 72 seeds

£2.99
Cabbage Copenhagen Market Organic Cabbage (Organic) Seeds - Copenhagen Market

Average Packet Content 58 seeds

£1.99
Cabbage Drago F1 Organic Cabbage (Organic) Seeds - Drago F1

Average Packet Content 40 seeds

£2.99
Cabbage Enkhuizen 2 Organic Cabbage (Organic) Seeds - Enkhuizen 2

Average Packet Content 95 seeds

£1.99
Cabbage Filderkraut Organic Cabbage Seeds - Filderkraut

Average Packet Content 95 seeds

£1.99
Cabbage Langedijk (Langedijker Bewaar) Organic Cabbage (Organic) Seeds - Langedijk

Average Packet Content 95 seeds

£1.99
Cabbage Savoy Seeds - January King 3 Cabbage Savoy Seeds - January King 3

Average Seeds 450 or 1350 Seeds

£1.99
Cabbage Savoy Vertus Organic Cabbage Savoy (Organic) Seeds - Vertus

Average Packet Content 190 seeds

£1.99
Cabbage Seeds - Caraflex F1 Organic Cabbage (Organic) Seeds - Caraflex F1

Average Packet Content 30 seeds

£2.99
Cabbage Seeds - Greyhound Cabbage (Non Organic) Seeds - Greyhound

Available 450 seeds or 1350 seeds

£1.99
Cabbage Seeds - Westland Wells Organic Cabbage (Organic) Seeds - Westland Wells

Average Packet Content 100 seeds

£2.49
Cabbage Wheelers Imperial Cabbage Seeds - Wheelers Imperial

Average Seeds 500

£1.49
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