Oriental - Pak Choi,Choi Sum,Mustard Leaf,Namen...

Oriental - Pak Choi,Choi Sum,Mustard Leaf,Namenia & Okahijiki

Oriental - Pak Choi,Choi Sum,Mustard Leaf,Namenia & Okahijiki

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One of the fastest baby leaves you can grow at 20-25 days and still full of flavour and goodness combined with a rich colour that is retained through hotter weather.

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This will give you a tasty addition to your salads or you can cook it as an alternative to spinach or tossed into a stir fry. The dark green leaves are tinged with red making it decoatie as well as tasty. Sow in spring and summer. Why not treat as a cut and come again border to your veg patch? Price for 50 seeds 0.50
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This is the first hybrid choy sum we have grown. It has lovely dark green, long, slim leaves (edible). The glossy green stems are tender and juicy (and edible). The vigorous and quite uniform plants will also give you edible flowering shoots. At every stage this is delicious. Price for 50 seeds £0.50.
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A gorgeous variety with tasty deep green leaves and white stems. Strong growing Fuubi can reach 30cm and holds well for continued picking. It is slow to form its edible white flowers, when they appear you are in for a tasty treat. Price for 50 seeds.

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A vigorous and productive variety forming tender & sweet flowering shoots. These are at their best cut just before the first buds open, about 11 weeks from sowing. Steam, lightly boil or stir fry for a couple of minutes or even add to salads. Gunsho is happy growing in the British weather! Price for 50 seeds
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Both a very tasty and handsome variety with purple ribbed stems and leaves. This is a hardy plant that can harvest right into December. It produces masses of flowering stems: the flowers, leaves and stems are delightful lightly cooked with an underlying sweetness. Mature plants also have a spicy kick. Price for 50 seeds.

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This is an excellent flavoured variety. Very useful as a winter green as it will stand in severe cold weather. Each plant will produce about 20 broad leaves. Raw leaves offer a unique blend of very sweet, herbal and cabbagey flavours with a touch of spiciness. Sow in the Spring or Autumn. Price for 50 seeds

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Stunning dark purple leaves with bright green stem and rib: this fabulous rich colour appears very early on (well before cutting after just 21 days!). The mild flavoured leaves are broad and rounded with slightly serrated edges; they are a fabulous addition to any salad. Price for 50 seeds

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This ticks lots of our boxes! It is quick (6-7 weeks), it has very attractive serrated leaves that are a mild and sweet tasting making them as good as they look. In the kitchen the leaves are tender enough to use in salads but also robust enough to be steamed or stir fried. For a small garden this variety is ideal for incorporating an edible plant into decorative beds. Price for 50 seeds

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Is an eye catching variety with the edge of each leaf heavily curled (and wavy). Use as a spicy baby leaf or allow to grow into a plant 40-50cm tall. When cooked the heat dissipates and leaves a full rich flavour. A bolt resistant and prolific cropper over many weeks. Price for 50 seeds

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Fantastic flavour, definite mustardy taste but not too strong, young leaves add pep to salads, in the late summer and autumn they will give lots of leaf for cooking: the pungency is reduced yet still adds depth of flavour to your dishes.

 

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This will produce large plants with broad dark leaves. You harvest both the leaf and stem for use in stir frys, steaming or simply adding to a salad. Sow in spring or autumn and pick either leaves or the whole plant about 7 weeks or so later. This variety will turn a deeper red in cold weather. Price for 50 seeds

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the deeply cut leaves almost look like fronds. Little leaves give salads a boost of colour, flavour and visual impact. They are mild when young, larger leaves get progressively spicier and are super wilted or stir fried (try serving with red meat or sausages) Price for 50 seeds.

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The leaves are broad with slightly savoyed edges, the red colouring of both leaf and veins intensifies in cooler weather but remains a feature in the warmer months. The flavour is mild with a slight tang. Can be grown as a cut-&-come again. Good in salads, stir fry and with fish Price for 50 seeds.

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Indeed this is so curled the leaves have that frilled look that a curled parsley boasts. The bright-green leaves grow upright and have a potent mustard flavour to liven up sandwiches. The flavour is milder in young leaves and mellow when cooked. Price for 50 seeds.

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Enjoy at every stage from micro greens, through baby leaf, young and mature leaf sizes. The flavour develops from mild to spicy as the leaves grow into their final long serrated form. This is quite a hardy variety that can grow form a late sowing well into the winter. Price for 50 seeds

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This is the mildest of our mustard leaves (a great starting point if you have not tried these before or if you want a little pep rather than lots) and can be used fresh or cooked.  For salads you can pick leaves as soon as they are large enough.  Larger leaves in the autumn can be cooked as you would spinach.  Speedy, drought & heat tolerant and, according to local growers, apparently deer resistant too!

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This is a Japanese speciality mustard grown for its hot and spicy wasabi like flavour.  Baby leaves (3 weeks) will add a kick to salads and can be grown as a cut-&-come-again at almost any time of the year.  The large, tender, mature leaves are ruffled with curly edges and are best cooked: stir fry or use for ohitashi or tsukemono. Very cold tolerant plant for autumn winter crops.

 

 

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This useful and versatile vegetable is rarely offered for sale and yet can be a very unusual tasty addition to your salads, very useful early in the season. It forms rosettes of lobed leaves with a tangy flavour. Sow March to July and harvest May through to October. You can also cook these as spring greens. Price for 50 seeds.

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This is an unusual and beautiful plant to harvest when it is young. It has intricately branched spikes of fleshy, bright green, slender leaf stems that give rise to an alternative name, seaweed on land. Add this to your salad for taste and texture, crispy and juicy, alternatively saute briefly or steam and serve while still crispy as an ideal accompaniment to fish. Price for 20 seeds
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This variety has an AGM: indeed both its growth and flavour are superb. The slightly serrated leaves are a dark green with paler leaf stems and ribs. It grows quite upright thus keeping the leaves away from the soil – perfect for baby salad leaves. Allow them to grow on to mature dense heads that are super when cooked. Price for 50 seeds

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Beautiful light green leaf stalks and emerald green oval leaves and, with both a hardy and heat tolerant nature, you can sow this lovely variety during spring, summer and autumn. Black Summer quickly forms into a vase shape and can be harvested from 6 weeks onwards. Price for 50 seeds

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A lovely little compact variety to give you dark green leaves and broad pure white stems, tender and delicious. You can pick as soon as it reaches 4cm high (it will resprout a couple of times) or leave a little longer to mature for a few more weeks. Price for 50 seeds
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With appetizing glossy green leaves this can be described as elegant with its upright tapering ‘waist’. It is a vigorous grower in spring and autumn yet remains compact. Price for 50 seeds

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This stunning variety is British Bred and can withstand all the vagaries of our weather; it is even bolt resistant in the warmest of summer sunshine.  With ice white stems against deep green leaves enjoy this tasty choice from baby leaf in salads right through to whole heads for cooking

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With a white stem and bright leaf this Pak Choi adds a splash of colour and a delicate taste to salads and can be picked from 25 days.  This variety can be grown throughout the summer.  Larger plants are lovely in stir fry and can also be added to many cooked veg dishes.

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Super variety: tender green stems and dark green leaves. Its compact habit makes it a good choice for cutting as a whole head mini veg with the bonus of the plant being able to resprout to give you even more cuttings of these sweet flavoured greens Price for 50 seeds £0.50

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At 25-30cm tall, this pak choi is a lovely pure white stemmed variety that will grow away quickly but remain compact. The leaves are rich green and can be eaten as baby leaves in salads. Enjoy the stems in stir fries. Price for 50 seeds
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The flavour is excellent and it is really tender. The very pale green stems form a firm base for the broad, oval, rich green leaves above. At full size these vase shaped plants are just 20-25cm tall but they are perfectly fashioned at a smaller size and make charming baby veg. Price for 50 seeds £0.90
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Wine red leaves are held on long green stems (it makes cutting as a baby leaf easier).  Leaves, stems and flowers are all tasty with consistent quality and a mild flavour perfect for creating colourful salads or indeed for cooking.     

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