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  • Broccoli Romanesco

    R27.00

    Brassica oleracea italica

    This frost resistant cauliflower (yes contrary to its name it is actually a cauliflower) is a very satisfying crop as each one is a masterpiece.

    Cauliflower contains small amounts of proteins and carbohydrates and practically no fat. It contains Provit A (beta-carotene), Vit B, C and E of which Vit C stands out. As for minerals, it is rich in potassium and has significant amounts of calcium, magnesium, phosphorous and iron. It contains trace elements of chromium, zinc, manganese, copper and selenium. Medicinal applications include Digestive disorders, Cardiovascular disorders, obesity and diabetes, kidney disorders and very important it fights cancer.

    Approx. 100 seeds

  • Broccoli Spring Rapini

    R25.00

    Brassica oleracea italica

    Lovely tender stem Broccoli and can produce even in Spring.

    Among all of the cabbages belonging to the Crucifer family, broccoli stands out as among the richest in proteins, calcium, provitamin A (beta-carotene), and Vit C. It is also rick in potassium and low in sodium. It contains anticarcinogenic sulfaurated Phyto-chemicals. Broccoli is assists in treatment of Coronary disease, obesity, diabetes and cancer. You’ve got to add this vital vegetable to your plate!

    Approx. 100 seeds

  • Broccoli Waltham

    R26.00

    Brassica oleracea italica

    A quick producing Broccoli!

    Among all of the cabbages belonging to the Crucifer family, broccoli stands out as among the richest in proteins, calcium, provitamin A (beta-carotene), and Vit C. It is also rick in potassium and low in sodium. It contains anticarcinogenic sulfaurated Phyto-chemicals. Broccoli is assists in treatment of Coronary disease, obesity, diabetes and cancer. You’ve got to add this vital vegetable to your plate!

    Approx. 100 seeds

  • Brussel Sprouts Catskill

    R26.00

    Brassica oleracea gemmifera

    The Cabbage families medicinal properties was discovered in the Greco-Roman period. The phyto-chemicals in the cabbage family has proven to be anti carcinogenic. Cabbage varieties contain substances that prevent the formation of tumours and can even stop their growth. Glucobrassicin is effective in breast and ovarian cancer. Brassicas have high levels of easily absorbed calcium which aids in Osteoporosis and decalcification of bones. Cabbage juice on an empty stomach has many benefits such as treatment of ulcers, stomach inflammation, constipation, colitis and diverculosis. Juice taken every morning for five days kills intestinal parasites.  The Vitamin C content of cabbages is equal to oranges.

    Approx. 100 seeds

  • Brussels Sprouts Long Island

    R26.00

    Brassica oleracea gemmifera

    This Brussels Sprout ripens from bottom up. These in Potjiekos are just delicious.

    Approx. 100 seeds

  • Bush Bean Black Troot

    R26.00

    Phaseolus vulgaris

    A rare Heirloom bush bean variety from Germany, that looks similar to the Jacob’s cattle bean, except the black troot bean is a beautiful purple-black and white seed.
    Black Troot beans can be used as green beans or dry beans. These beans have a creamy and mild flavour.

    Approx. 25 seeds

  • Bush Bean Appaloosa (Dry)

    R26.00

    Phaseolus vulgarus

    This bean gets its name from its stunning pattern, looking similar to the amazing patterns on an Appaloosa horse.
    These beans produce long slim pods with long narrow beans inside; beans are white at one end and tan/brown/black mottling at the other end. This variety is easy to grow. They are ready to be harvested between 65 & 100 days. The pods are rarely eaten as they are too fibrous so their beans are used as dry beans and/or legumes. The speckles fade from the bean during cooking and are best used in soups, stews and everyone loved baked beans.

    Approx. 25 seeds

  • Bush Bean Blue Lake

    R28.00

    Phaseolus vulgarus

    This is a very well-known, productive bush bean that produces stringless, nicely rounded, tender sweet beans in profusion. One of the superior green bean varieties that has been grown in the USA since 1885.

    Approx. 25 seeds

  • Bush Bean Brown Beauty

    R26.00

    Phaseolus vulgarus

    Named after its beautiful chocolate brown seeds, this sublime green bean is in my opinion unfortunately named. I believe that the poor choice in name has almost relegated this bean to history. Produces good yields of very tasty, glossy flat beans about 16 cm long, it has good disease resistance and makes an ideal home processor.

    Approx. 25 seeds.