• African horned melon Quick View
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    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Another name for this wonderful fruit is Cuke-a-Saurus and we think that’s the best name to describe something so odd and weird. It is also called kiwano and is a traditional food source in Africa. It is one of the few sources of water in the dry season in the…
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    • Well, this is promising, right? Basil with large leaves? So more flavour and more pesto! Basil provides the scent of summer in a veggie garden – and delectable freshness to salads, pesto, pizza and pasta. Bonus is that large-leaf basil is apparently sweeter than the regular Genovese sweet basil that most of us are used to planting. Worth a try! 
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  • Basil – Lemonette Quick View
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    • Basil – Lemonette

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    • Lemonette (lemon basil) really does have a pleasing citrusy scent. The leaves aren’t as robust as the basil that most food gardeners know, and the plants are smaller and more compact. It is, however, a welcome and aromatic addition to your garden, and plate. 
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  • Basil – Red Rubin Quick View
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    • Basil – Red Rubin

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    • Red Rubin is a compact red basil plant with delightfully dramatic red-purple leaves which have a spicy aroma. It finishes the season by making pretty pink flowers which look great in salads, and flower arrangements. Use the leaves sparingly in dishes as this variety is more pungent than other basil types. It’s wonderful to flavour vinegar.
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  • Basil – Thai Siam QueenBasil – Thai Siam Queen Quick View
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    • For cooks, this quick-growing basil should be a staple for the kitchen garden. It has a more pungent flavour than most basil and is used in Thai, Indian and Italian dishes. It also produces pretty burgundy flowers, and green and burgundy leaves.  The seed is very small and fine so sow carefully in trays or, if you’re feeling brave, in…
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  • Bean – Black and White Trout bush bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Black and White Trout bush bean

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'A beautiful and hard-to-find heirloom bean of German origin. The beans are mottled black or dark purple on a white background. The bushes grow vigorously and produce masses of pods. The beans can be harvested at a young stage or left to dry in the pod. This is one of…
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  • Bean – Christmas lima bean Quick View
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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This is a very attractive lima bean: the whites and dark reds of the seed coat resemble festive colours, hence the name. Christmas lima beans are from Peru and have been around since the 19th Century (they reached America in the 1840s). They are heavy yielding, great tasting, beautiful and…
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  • Bean – Contender bush bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Contender bush bean

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    • This well-loved bush bean really is the business. It grows quickly to form a compact habit from which it produces a steady crop of green beans.   Sow regularly to ensure that there are always strong plants available to produce for your kitchen, if the crunchy green beans don’t find your mouth before your basket! Plant in good soil for…
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  • Bean – Dixie butterpea/lima bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Dixie butterpea/lima bean

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Dixie Butterpea is a bush-type lima bean that impresses me each time I grow them. The green pods are inedible, but the beans can be harvested when the pods start to swell and can be used as a shelled bean, or the dried beans can be harvested once the pods…
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  • Bean – Eye of the Tiger pole bean Quick View
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    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This stunning dry pole bean goes by various names that include Ojo de Tigre, Pepa de Zapallo and Tiger’s Eye. When mature the seeds have a dusty gold colour with swirls of maroon. The plants climb up to 1.8m but don’t get too out of hand. Very good yields can…
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  • Bean – Florida Speckled lima bean Quick View
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    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This small to medium butter bean is one that amazed me with the number of pods it set through summer right up until winter. This is a very popular bean in the south-west US as it can handle the heat and is drought tolerant. The beans are flat, white with…
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  • Bean – Good Mother Stallard pole bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Good Mother Stallard pole bean

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Named after Carrie Belle Stallard of Virginia, in the US, this variety dates back to the 1930s. What a beauty of a bean! They are remarkably round, almost like marbles, and are a mixture of maroon and white. The beans produce pole-type plants that will vine up to 1.8 m…
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  • Bean – Green Hyacinth Pole bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Green Hyacinth Pole bean

    • R15.00 incl VAT
    • This variety comes from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: Hyacinth beans are also known as Lab-lab bean is native to Africa and are a favourite in the Indian communities where they are referred to as Surdi Papdi. Hyacinth beans are often grown as ornamentals as they cover a large area climbing 3 m vertically and horizontally and show off…
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  • Bean – Molly’s Zebra pole bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Molly’s Zebra pole bean

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This is an extremely productive pole bean that was bred in Australia as a green cut bean. I think it can be used in many more ways, including as a shelling bean and dried if you don't get to them in time. The purple streaks on the thick, 12 to…
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  • Bean – Papa de Rola pole bean Quick View
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    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Originally from Portugal, Papa de Rola means “dove breast”. This is one of the prettiest dry beans out there - round with half-white and tan with maroon streaks. This is a pole bean that needs trellising as it reaches heights of 1.8 m. Expect bumper crops of beautiful plump beans.…
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  • Bean – Pink Eye Purple Hull Cowpea Quick View
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    • R25.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This delectable, nutty-flavoured cowpea is perfectly suited to hot summer heat. This classic variety of cowpea has long been a favourite across the world and especially in the southern parts of the USA for its impressive heat tolerance and wild productivity. The plants grow quickly in the face of intense…
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  • Bean – Skunk pole bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Skunk pole bean

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This is very good-looking pole bean. Skunk beans have been grown by the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) people for many generations in North America. Each bean is uniquely mottled black and white. The name is self-explanatory once you see the bean up close. The vines like a taller trellis and can easily…
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  • Bean – Snow on the Mountain lima bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Snow on the Mountain lima bean

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Productive and lovely looking smallish bean that was grown in the family of Reverend Roy Blount, Louisiana, from 1880. The white colouration resembles snow on the dull red/brown background - it's a fitting name for this bean. The plants climb up to 1.5 m in height, but love to grow…
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  • Bean – Turkey’s Craw pole bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Turkey’s Craw pole bean

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This variety’s original seeds were apparently found in a wild turkey’s craw ... hence the name. The mature seed is brown with tan flecks. The plants have a pole habit and produce fat stubby 10 cm pods from the ground right up to the top of the plant. The pods…
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  • Bean – Velvet Bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Velvet Bean

    • R34.99 incl VAT
    • This variety comes from Peak Week Pods.This is an annual pole bean that produces eye-catching tropical dark green leaves. Velvet beans have various uses in herbal medicine but are also important cover crops for their nitrogen-fixing qualities. They are native to Africa and Asia, and are an interesting addition to any home garden.  15 seeds
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  • Bean – Zagreb’s Soldier bush bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Zagreb’s Soldier bush bean

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Zagreb's Soldier is a heirloom variety that originates from Croatia. It is also known as the 'soldier bean' as the pattern on the bean resembles a soldier figure. These bush beans are extremely drought tolerant and produce masses of pods that shell very easily when dry. The dry beans can…
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  • Beetroot – Chioggia Quick View
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    • Beetroot – Chioggia

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    • Chioggia (pronounced k-ee-OH-g-j-ee-aa) beetroots are distinctive because of their candy-stripe patterns when cut through ... concentric rings of white and pink. This variety is both earthy and aromatic - and is a fun addition to salads, grated or sliced, or cooked like ‘normal’ beetroot (but without as much stain potential). Beet seeds germinate in 7 to 14 days. Soak them…
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  • Bottlesling water bottle carrierBottlesling water bottle carrier Quick View
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    • Bottlesling water bottle carrier

    • R145.00 incl VAT
    • Gaye Boshoff from Honeymoon Farm was inspired to produce the Bottlesling after a surf trip to Indonesia. There Gaye saw people carrying their bottled refreshments about in handmade nets and thus the Bottlesling was born. The Bottlesling will keep your bottle handy so you can keep your hands free while doing what you love doing, or going about your daily…
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  • Brinjal – Long Purple Quick View
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    • Brinjal – Long Purple

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    • Brinjal (egg plant, aubergine, melanzane ...) are long-season plants so sow your seeds as early as possible.   These teardrop beauties will provide long, slim fruit, ready to slice into stir-fries or stews, baked or grilled, or popped onto a braai and slathered with olive oil and freshly-cracked pepper ... yum!  The flowers turn to fruit quickly so keep an…
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  • Carrot – Nantes Quick View
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    • Carrot – Nantes

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    • Carrots are basic, right? Well, not really – once you have grown your own, and tasted them fresh out the garden and straight onto your plate, you’ll be wary of buying them in the shops.  You’ll notice that carrot seeds are very fine – so mix them with sand or the seed of a quick-growing plant like radish so that…
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  • Chard – Swiss Chard Jewel MixChard – Swiss Chard Jewel Mix Quick View
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    • Chard – Swiss Chard Jewel Mix

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    • The tender chard stalks of this jewel mix glow in sunlight - red, pink, yellow and orange with vivid green leaves. The added bonus is the role in salads and cooked dishes. Soak the seeds in warm water for an hour or two to aid germination. Sow 2 mm deep, directly into beds or containers. Expect leaves to pop through…
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  • Chilli – Bishop’s Crown Pepper Quick View
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    • Chilli – Bishop’s Crown Pepper

    • R20.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Our favourite pepper hands down! The weirdly-shaped pepper turns from green to red and the fruit has a spicy, but also fruity flavour that suits any dish that you don’t want to ruin by serving it too hot. Add it to pasta, curries, stews, stir fries or just about every…
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  • Chilli – Buena Mulata Quick View
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    • R40.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This must be one of the most beautiful peppers to grow. It's very rare and not commonly offered. The plants have dark green leaves, purple nodes, and purple flowers. The peppers start off with very attractive majestic purple pods, that turn a tan brown before it matures to their final…
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  • Chilli – Cherry Bomb/Hot Tomato Quick View
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    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Cherry bomb peppers are named for their Cherry/cherry tomato-shaped pods that vary from green to bright red. The pods can grow up to a golf ball-sized and they are one the best peppers to use for stuffing but can be diced and used in any dish to lighten it up…
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  • Chilli – Golden Cayenne Quick View
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    • Chilli – Golden Cayenne

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    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'A delightful gold version of the very popular red cayenne pepper. The plants are extremely productive and one plant will yield between 20 and 30 pods if well looked after. Considered a moderately hot variety, golden cayenne chilli peppers range from 30,000 to 50,000 SHU on the Scoville scale and…
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  • Chilli – Molly Ornamental Quick View
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    • Chilli – Molly Ornamental

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    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Molly Ornamental is one of most eye-catching ornamental peppers out there with dark green/purple foliage decorated with lots of purple and orange peppers facing upwards on the plants. The plants are very sturdy and compact and are ideal for containers if you don't have much space. The pods start off…
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  • Chilli – Rocoto Red Quick View
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    • Chilli – Rocoto Red

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Now this is an interesting Peruvian heirloom variety in so many ways. Also known as Tree Peppers they grow as big as trees and will take up quite some space. They are some of the best overwinter varieties and are cold-hardy, producing almost all year round. The plants have slightly…
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  • Chilli – Sugar Rush Peach Quick View
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    • Chilli – Sugar Rush Peach

    • R25.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Sugar Rush Peach chilli peppers are elongated pods, averaging 5 to 8cm in length, and have a cylindrical shape that tapers to a point on the non-stem end. The skin is smooth, glossy, may appear lightly wrinkled or creased, and ripens from light green through golden yellow, to dark peach…
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  • Chilli pepper – Cayenne Quick View
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    • Chilli pepper – Cayenne

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • Cayenne chillis are middle ground chillis in terms of hotness, between the habenero and the jalapeño. Their thin skins make them easy to dry and then grind into powder - a must-have staple in any kitchen.  Chillis are long-season crops so the earlier you sow the better. That’s not to say that late season plants can’t over winter and produce…
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  • Chilli pepper – HabaneroChilli pepper – Habanero Quick View
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    • Chilli pepper – Habanero

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • Intense! Hot! This is a spicy hot chilli - a must-have in a garden where hot is appreciated in the kitchen. It’s hottest when harvested red, but can be eaten any time from when it reaches a good size, and is green.  Chillis are long-season crops so the earlier you sow the better. That’s not to say that late season…
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  • Chilli pepper – JalapeñoChilli pepper – Jalapeño Quick View
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    • Chilli pepper – Jalapeño

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • Jalapeño chillis feature in most Mexican style dishes in South Africa. They’re very popular here and are easy to grow. Their fresh, warm to hot flavours are fabulous in cooking - anything from poppers to pickled, roasted or smoked. Chillis are long-season crops so the earlier you sow the better. That’s not to say that late season plants can’t over…
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    • Comfrey

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • Comfrey is a wonder plant - useful both as a tea. Famously comfrey is also known as knitbone as it has the capacity to aid bone repair after a break ... those special powers also mean that eating or imbibing comfrey product can be dangerous and has resulted in comfrey products being banned in places like the US. Treat carefully!
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    • Slow Bolt coriander really is slow-to-bolt and thus can provide a handy supply of aromatic greens for a while before setting seed. Even then the seed is a handy spice to use in one’s kitchen, along with the yummy roots.
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  • Corn – Black Aztec Quick View
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    • Corn – Black Aztec

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: ‘This is a heritage, open-pollinated corn variety that was grown very long ago by the Aztecs. Black Aztec can be found in seed catalogues dating back to the 1860s. The massive plants grow up to 2 to 2.5 m and produce 10 to 15 cm cobs filled with blueish black…
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  • Corn – Chires BabyCorn – Chires Baby Quick View
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    • Corn – Chires Baby

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This is a real miniature corn. The plants grow up to 1.6 m tall and put a lot of their energy into forming many small cobs on a single plant. For the perfect baby sweet corn, the mini cobs should be harvested a week after the silks are produced. Baby…
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  • Corn – Glass Gem Quick View
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    • Corn – Glass Gem

    • R25.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Stunning glossy colours! Translucent kernels shine like glass and resemble glass beads on the cob. Glass Gem isn't a true heirloom variety, but rather a combination of several heirloom corn varieties. This makes it very popular and exciting as you can never determine what combination of colours you will find…
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  • Corn – Strawberry PopcornCorn – Strawberry Popcorn Quick View
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    • Corn – Strawberry Popcorn

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'I think this is one of the coolest and easiest crops to grow and is a must try for all gardeners. It's not certain from where strawberry popcorn originates, but some believe it to be a very old North American corn. The image and name are pretty self-explanatory and it's…
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  • Cucamelon (mouse melon) Quick View
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    • Cucamelon (mouse melon)

    • R40.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Melothria scabra, commonly known as the cucamelon, Mexican miniature watermelon, Mexican sour cucumber, Mexican sour gherkin, mouse melon, or penguins, is a species of flowering plant in the cucurbit family grown for its edible fruit. Its native range spans Mexico to Venezuela. Fruits are about the size of grapes and…
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  • Day lily (Hemerocallis) Quick View
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  • Granadilla (Ester cultivar)Granadilla (Ester cultivar) Quick View
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    • Granadilla (Ester cultivar)

    • R50.00 incl VAT
    • Ester granadilla produces fruit more evenly throughout the year than the other edulis granadillas. There is, however, a light peak harvesting season from mid-December to mid-January, which is later than the other edulis granadillas. Our plants are from a commercial producer where they are grown within a biosecure structure to ensure that the plants remain virus-free. They are grown from…
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  • Marigold ‘Alaska’ Quick View
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    • Marigold ‘Alaska’

    • R25.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'What a beauty. Alaska has a very upright and erect growth habit with strong stems. Sowed in spring they will flower well into late summer. The attractive flowers are not pure white, but rather an off-white/ light yellow color. Not the same as other yellow marigolds and they do stand…
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    • Moonbloom planting calendar 2022

    • R130.00 incl VAT
    • As seen in the Spring 2021 Edition of Platteland magazine ...    Gaye Boshoff from Honeymoon Farm created this South African calendar to help you know what to plant and when to form a simple, healthy planting cycle in your organic vegetable and herb garden.   The Moonbloom calendar provides gardeners with a concise resource to guide them including the…
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  • Pepper – Purple Flame Quick View
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    • Pepper – Purple Flame

    • R20.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'One of the most productive sweet peppers we have grown. Purple Flame produces thick-walled juicy and crunchy fresh eating peppers that start off purple and mature to reddish colour with some purple streaks. A very tasty pepper that will be perfect for salads, pizza topping, and oven roasting. Seldom do…
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  • Pepper – Violet Sparkle Quick View
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    • Pepper – Violet Sparkle

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'A dazzling heirloom jewel from Russia, this breathtaking sweet pepper wins top marks across the board for unmatched beauty, vigour and, of course, flavour. Each medium-sized heart-shaped fruit shines like stained glass. The bushy, compact plants are so loaded with fruit that they look like ornaments on a tree! The…
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  • Radish – Spanish Black Quick View
  • Red Malabar (Ceylon) Spinach Quick View
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    • Red Malabar (Ceylon) Spinach

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Red Malabar spinach is an interesting plant that has a lot to offer. It is a perennial vining plant in the Basellaceae family so it isn’t a true spinach, but the leaf shape and taste are quite similar. They are extremely ornamental and create a very pretty vine wherever they…
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  • Spinach – Matador Quick View
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    • Spinach – Matador

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    •  Matador  This is real spinach - not the usual ‘chard’ that we often call spinach in South Africa. It has less of a stem rib, and a more delicate, sweet flavour. It is ideal to grow as ‘baby’ spinach for use in salads and cooking. This variety is open-pollinated and produces deep green, smooth leaves. Baby leaves are ready in…
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  • Squash – CasertaSquash – Caserta Quick View
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    • Squash – Caserta

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This bush squash’s growth habit saves space that would otherwise be lost to sprawling squash vines. You’ll still need to allocate each plant a square metre or so as this excellent producer seems determined to show off. Caserta produces beautiful flowers (edible, of course) and then gorgeous zucchini/courgettes/baby marrows which have an almost varigated appearance. Of course, if you don’t…
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  • Tomatillo – Green Verde Quick View
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    • Tomatillo – Green Verde

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'The tomatillo (Physalis ixocarpa) also known as the husk cherry, husk tomato, jamberry, Mexican tomato, ground cherry, tomato verde (Spanish for green tomato), tomate or milomate is a member of the Solanaceae (nightshade) family. It is closely related to the cape gooseberry, Chinese lantern (Physalis alkekengi) and a more distant…
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  • Tomato – Blue Berries Quick View
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    • Tomato – Blue Berries

    • R25.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This cherry tomato is a combination of beauty and bounty with beautiful flavours to add to that. Blue Berries will be some of the first tomatoes that you’ll pick and you better bring a bucket as one plant that is well-taken care of can produce almost 1 kg fruit. This…
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  • Tomato – Brad’s Atomic Grape Quick View
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    • Tomato – Dark Galaxy

    • R25.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This rare productive variety from California grows vigorously to 180 cm. The golf ball sized fruit weighs 85 to 100 g. The fruits start and end with dramatic colours and will be a standout, fitting in well with other coloured tomatoes. Dark Galaxy tomatoes have good flavour and produce moderate-sized…
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  • Tomato – Indigo Rose Quick View
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    • Tomato – Indigo Rose

    • R20.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'The Indigo Rose tomato, with its enticing true purple fruit, has been developed, without genetic modification, to contain higher levels of anthocyanin, a very potent anti-oxidant with great health benefits.  As a result, this eye-catching addition to your garden is both beautiful and very healthy! The fruit does take slightly…
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  • Tomato – Matt’s Wild Cherry Quick View
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    • Tomato – Matt’s Wild Cherry

    • R20.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'A native of Mexico, this robust and sprawling cherry tomato is loved for the rich flavour of its sweet fruits. An early producer, Matt's is resistant to early blight and has some resistance to late blight. Matt’s Wild cherry tomatoes are tiny, marble-size tomatoes that are relatively easy to grow.…
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  • Tomato – Topaz (Huan U) Quick View
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    • Tomato – Topaz (Huan U)

    • R20.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This is a Chinese heirloom. Topaz (or Huan U) was our first tomato and from what we have experienced, it will probably be the last. The fruit starts off lime green with darker green stripes, then they turn yellow with the lighter green stripes still vaguely visible. From there they…
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    • Toothache plant

    • R40.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'The toothache plant is something different - it’s also known as buzz buttons, electric daisy, and many others. It is in the Asteraceae family and grows no higher than 15cm. It’s a really cool plant as all parts are edible, and the young leaves are used in salads. Here is…
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    • Turmeric plants

    • R100.00 incl VAT
    • Every garden should have a supply of turmeric growing each year. Not only is tumeric a superfood, with many health benefits and culinary uses, but it is also a stunning addition to the garden as it produces beautiful flowers (which are edible too). Plant these tubers from the beginning of September to mid-October, before daytime temps get too warm. Harvest…
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