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Seed kit: Italian vegetables, 15 varieties

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Seed kit: Italian vegetables, 15 varieties
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Seed kit: Italian vegetables, 15 varieties
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For this seed kit we hand selected 15 typical Italian vegetable plant varieties. All seeds in this kit derive from traditional, old heirloom vegetable varieties and have been produced exclusively from open-pollination, therefore all plants grown
will reproduce true-to-seed:
  • Buck's-horn plantain/ minutina/ erba stella (Plantago coronopus)
    Buck's-horn plantain is a wild plant from Tuscany, commonly used for mixed leaf salads.
  • Opposite-leaved saltwort/ opposite-leaved Russian thistle/ barilla plant 'Barba di Frate' (Salsola soda)<<br/>Opposite-leaved saltwort is a salt-tolerant plant typically found in coastal regions. It is regarded as a delicacy in Italian cooking.
  • String bean/ common bean/ field bean/ flageolet bean, French bean, garden bean/ green bean/ haricot bean/ pop bean/ snap bean 'Borlotto Lingua Di Fuoco' (Phaseolus vulgaris)
    The 'Borlotto Lingua Di Fuoco' is an exceedingly decorative string bean variety.
  • Fennel/ Florence fennel/ finoccio 'Finocchi Romanesco' (Foeniculum vulgare var. azoricum)
    'Romanesco' is a delicious Italian fennel plant variety originating from the Florence region.
  • Wild wall-rocket/ annual wall-rocket 'Rucola selvatica' (Diplotaxis muralis)
    'Rucola' salad is one of the best known ingredients essential to Italian cooking.
  • Purple artichoke / Carciofo 'Violetto di Chioggia' (Cynara cardunculus)
    Artichokes are often used for Italian antipasti but we also see them more often in flowerbeds in domestic gardens these days. The unusual looking plant, with its austere stature and its beautiful purple-green heads, has grown in appreciation for being an exotic eye-catcher.
  • Sweet Lombardo Pepper 'Lunga Sigaretta' (Capsicum annuum)
    'Lunga Sigaretta' is a red typical Italian peperoni chilli variety.
  • Cime di Rapa (Brassica rapa)
    Cime di rapa is an original Italian leaf vegetable plant reminiscent of broccoli.
  • Green cabbage/ palm tree kale/ black kale/ Tuscan kale/ Tuscan cabbage/ Italian kale/ dinosaur kale/ flat back cabbage/ cavolo nero/ lacinato kale 'Nero di Toscana' (Brassica oleracea)
    'Nero di Toscana' is a robust and very decorative Tuscan palm tree kale variety, which is one of the traditional ingredients used in a diverse range of Italian dishes.
  • Tomato 'San Marzano' (Solanum lycopersicum)
    The plum tomato variety 'San Marzano' has gained a reputation for being the world's best tomato to be used for tomato sauces and therefore is an essential ingredient for any Italian tomato based dish.
  • Striped eggplant/ aubergine 'Rotonda bianca sfumata di rosa' (Solanum melongena)
    This beautiful, white-purple striped aubergine variety produces round, slightly oblong crops and attracts a lot of attention for its remarkable optical appearance.
  • Red pepper 'Marconi Rosso' (Capsicum annuum)
    'Marconi Rosso' is an Italian bell pepper variety with a fruity-sweet aroma.
  • Long red Florence onion / Cipolla 'Rossa Lunga Di Firenze' (Allium cepa)
    'Rossa Lunga Di Firenze' is a traditional red vegetable onion variety with elongated bulbs.
  • Radicchio/ chicory 'Variegata di Castelfranco' (Cichorium intybus var. foliosum)
    Radicchio 'Variegata di Castelfranco' is one of the most unusual looking, decorative chicory varieties: the leaves are light-green/white with splashes of dark-red.
  • Radicchio/ chicory 'Palla Rossa' (Cichorium intybus var. foliosum)
    'Palla Rossa' is a classic radicchio variety, with the typical dark red-white veined leaves and the unique, slightly bitter tasting flavour.

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