What’s growing

Vegetables


Beans (broad, field, dwarf and climbing French, runner)
Beetroot
Broccoli (purple-sprouting and Romanesco)
Brussels sprouts
Cabbage (spring, white, red and Savoy)
Calabrese
Carrots
Cauliflower
Celeriac
Chard
Chillies
Courgettes
Cucamelon
Cucumbers
Florence fennel
Garlic
Jerusalem artichokes
Kale
Kohlrabi
Leeks 
New Zealand spinach
Oca
Onions
Pak choi
Parsnips
Peppers
Popcorn
Potatoes (earlies, second earlies and maincrop)
Radishes (mixed small ones, watermelon and mooli)
Scorzonera
Shallots 
Squashes
Sugar beets
Swedes
Sweet lupins
Tomatoes
Turnips


Grain



Salad leaves

Celtuce
Claytonia
Komatsuna
Land cress
Lamb’s lettuce
Lettuces (Salad Bowl Red, Marvel of the 4 Seasons, Winter Density, Valdor, Speckles)
Mibuna
Mispoona
Mizuna
Mustards
Nasturtiums
Rocket
Salad burnet
Tatsoi
Watercress
Wild rocket



Asparagus
Babington leek
Daubenton’s kale
Egyptian onions
Globe artichokes
Good King Henry
Potato onions 
Skirrets
Very useful onions
Welsh onions



Fruit

Alpine strawberries
Apples
Autumn olive
Bilberries
Blackberries
Blueberries
Cherries (Morello and sweet)

Crab apples
Cranberries
Currants (red, black, green and white)
Elderberries
Figs
Goji berries
Gooseberries
Grapes
Hardy kiwi
Honey berries
Japanese quince
Josta berries
Mirabelle plums
Pears
Plums
Quince
Raspberries
Rhubarb
Saskatoon berries
Strawberries
Tay berries



Bergamot
Camellia sinensis
Catmint
Chamomile
Korean mint
Lavender
Lemon balm
Lemon verbena
Mint (Apple, Black Peppermint, Eau de Cologne, Lime, Moroccan, Spearmint, Strawberry, Swiss, Orange)
Rose geranium
Sage (common and golden)




Basil
Bay leaves
Borage
Chives (common and Chinese)
Common fennel
Coriander
Dill
English mace
Herb celery
Horse radish
Hyssop
Lemongrass
Lovage
Marjoram
Oregano
Parsley
Rosemary
Szechuan pepper
Tasmanian mountain pepper
Thyme
Vietnamese coriander
Winter savoury



Achocha
Amaranth
Aubergines
Broccoli raab (rapini)
Cantaloupe melon
Celery
Chilean guava
Chicory
Lemons
Okra
Orach
Spinach
Sweetcorn
Tomatillos

New for 2019
Asturian tree cabbage
Buckshorn plantain
Cape gooseberries (greenhouse)
Carlin peas
Gem squash
Grain trials (buckwheat, naked oats, emmer, rye)
Lentils
Seeds (camelina, linseed, Nigella)
Yacon

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