Emerald Giant produces thick-walled fruit and is very sweet. This capsicum grows to 11 x 9cm size, with the plants reaching up to 1m tall. Deep green fruit that turns red when fully ripe, but is at its sweetest when green. Great when eaten fresh.
Sweet Banana is an heirloom capsicum variety that is suitable for both cooler and tropical areas. This is an early and productive capsicum growing mild, yellow peppers that turn red when fully ripe. This capsicum is good for salads, preserves and stir fries.
This daikon radish variety has long white roots that are great in soups and pickled. Leaves can be eaten as a steamed vegetable. Also known as a tillage radish, the long tap roots help to areate the soil, and increase water infiltration.
The Golden Midget fruit is round with golden skin and sweet, pink flesh. Fruit Sets well on a short compact vine. Will grow to 1.3kg and easily fit in the fridge. Leaves are both green and yellow. Harvest when closest tendril turns brown and skin is golden yellow.
First described in 1866, the Mouse Melon (also known as Cucamelon) is native to Mexico and Central America. Small, grape sized fruit resembles the taste of cucumber when young, if left mature it will add a hint of sourness.
Spacemaster is a compact, bush variety that is very productive and suitable for growing in containers. Great for salads and pickles, Spacemaster fruit gorws to 17-22cm long with a crisp, sweet flavour.
An aromatic culinary herb that is best used fresh. The leaves, flowers and seeds are used in many cuisines including Scandinavian, Baltic and Middle Eastern.
The stem is hollow with green and white stripes and will grow to 90cm tall.
Dill is rich in antioxidants, and is a good source of vitamin A, vitamin C, and manganese.