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Vegetable Seeds - Swede

Swede looks similar to turnip and is still known as ‘Swedish Turnip’ in America. It is a member of the brassica family so club root will be a problem if you have this on your plot. Swedes take 20-26 weeks to reach maturity.

For help in growing swedes check out our guide here: Grow Your Own Swedes, Swedish Turnip

Swede Seeds

Swede Seeds

To check just seeds with the RHS Award of Garden Merit: Swede Seeds With Award of Garden Merit

Quick Vegetable Selector

Swede Seeds - Brora

A super sweet variety, producing high yields of good quality roots with attractive deep purple skins and very few blemishes. Specially bred to have a delicious taste and a relatively low dry matter content that ensures it cooks rapidly. Compact habit. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.

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RHS Award of Garden Merit

Swede Seeds - Gowrie

Swede Seeds - Gowrie Resistant to both clubroot and powdery mildew, Gowrieis very winter hardy due to the high dry matter. Perfect to use throughout autumn and into the new year from October to late January. This purple-skinned variety has good, firm flesh with consistent colour and very good taste. Gowrie is a variety bred in Scotland by The James Hutton Institute and was awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Sow Mid April-Mid June, Harvest Late Sept-January.

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Swede Seeds - Invitation

A strong-growing, Club Root resistant swede which also benefits from Powdery Mildew resistance and improved winter hardiness over other varieties. Great beginner variety.

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Swede Seeds - Invitation

Club root a problem in the garden or on the allotment? Then this is the one to choose! This together with Powdery Mildew resistance ensures Invitation will out-perform other susceptible varieties and its tasty too! Plus its high dry matter content gives it improved winter hardiness.

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Swede Seeds - Ruby

Bred for extra sweetness, Ruby has dark purple-skinned globe shaped roots with creamy yellow flesh and is a really useful winter vegetable. A high dry matter content ensures excellent winter hardiness and it also shows good resistance to Powdery Mildew. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.

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Swede Seeds - Tweed F1

This vigorous, uniform hybrid grows well even on poorer soils. The attractive globe-shaped, purple-shouldered roots boast tasty, fine-textured, cream-coloured flesh.What are F1 Hybrids?Seed can be either Open Pollinated or a F1 Hybrid. Open pollinated seed is naturally pollinated and genetically diverse. F1 hybrids are deliberately created by crossing two different parent varieties to produce a seed which has particular characteristics.Garden Organics Principles of Organic Gardening allow the use of F1 hybrids only when there are no other alternatives available to the grower. On these rare occasions, an organic F1 hybrid is preferred but, if unavailable, a non-organic F1 hybrid can be used.If youre growing to save seed, Garden Organic recommends choosing an Open Pollinated variety. F1 Hybrids are less likely to produce seed true to type or hold the same characteristics as the plant you saved it from.

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Sweet Corn Seeds - Double Standard

A strong-growing, early maturing variety that?s ideal for northern areas as well as those in the south. Produces nice sized cobs of approximately 18cm (7?) in length, with 12-14 rows of sweet, mouth-watering yellow and white kernels. A real treat! Harvest August-September. ?

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