Root vegetable seeds
Now available organic! Our recommended sub for D'Avignon. A well-maintained strain of this market staple. Compared to D'Avignon, it is slightly shorter, with less white on the tip and a bigger plant canopy, After trying many options, ...
Early maincrop to maincrop maturity. Uniform, smooth roots Suitable for black land or processing Very high yield of long, strong roots
Celesta produces red, round, uniform bulbs of excellent quality. It has compact, strong, upright foliage that allows for easy harvest. Celesta is broadly adaptable and recommended for open field and high tunnel production.
Very productive with improved tops and long storage. Earliness: Mid-late Suitable for: Dicing Shape product: Broad; rounded tip Size: 9" x 3" External colour: Deep Orange Length foliage: 20-22"
A high quality Nantes/ Berlicum type carrot with long, slender, and cylindrical roots. This variety has good resistance to Alternaria and was developed for tropical markets.
Almonda is a medium early, firm cooking table potato variety with longterm storability, yellow flesh and skin color. Its excellent phytophthora resistance makes it well suited for the organic market. But also in conventional packing stations ...
A medium top variety with upright foliage producing brilliant round bulbs of 2.5 - 3.5 cm in diameter. Good internal structure and is good against splitting.
Elongated autumn radish, purple skin, white flesh. Keeps well.
Perfect for heavier soils and containers! The small, conical roots of Carrot 'Royal Chantenay' have broad shoulders and strong foliage making them easier to pull when harvesting. This short carrot can be sown successionally for an ongoing ...
Coming from Europe, carrot quiet well adapted to hot areas. The Nantes an Chantenay types have good results in cold season especially if the average temperature remains below 25°C. They can be grown all year long in elevated areas. The ...
is a medium early, floury cooking table potato with excellent culinary quality.
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