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Chinese Lantern Seeds

Chinese Lantern Seeds

Bright orange, papery, lantern-shaped calyces, several to each long stem. Much in demand for winter arrangements. Exotic-looking flowers. Flowers July-October. HP - Hardy perennial. Height 60cm (2').

Delivery within 7 days Average Packet Content 150 seeds

Inca Berries Seeds

Inca Berries Seeds

…or indeed many cocktails, these shiny golden berries, each wrapped in its own paper Chinese lantern, are one of the trendiest garnishes around. Also known as the Cape Gooseberry (although it originates from highland…

Delivery within 7 days Average Packet Content 150 seeds

Tomato Seeds - Tomatillos

Tomato Seeds - Tomatillos

Developed by James Wong - Vigorous, high yielding plants. Perfect in salsas, sauces and guacamoles. Very similar to its relative, the tomato, but even easier to grow. Harvest fruit at any size larger than a walnut, whilst still…

Delivery within 7 days Average Packet Content 25 seeds

Inca Berries Plants

Inca Berries Plants

…in posh restaurants, or in small, pricey packs on supermarket shelves! And it's easy to grow! Harvest: late summer-early autumn. Plant out in May. No need to prune or train. Latin Name: Physalis peruviana.In fact, the Despatch from May 2020 6 Super Plugs

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£8.99
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Tomatillo Plants

Tomatillo Plants

Origin: Mexico. Tastes like: Tomato and lime. Perfect in salsas, sauces and guacamoles. Very similar to its relative, the tomato, but even easier to grow.

Despatch from May 2020 3 Super Plugs
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