Seed Varieties

You have an array of choice when deciding what seeds to include in your eco-friendly promotional products. Below we outline what is available to you.

Vegetable Seeds

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GREEN BEANS 
GREEN BEANS
Heavy producing, dwarf bean. Maturity 60 days from direct sowing.
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CARROT (Paris Market)
CARROT (Paris Market)
Small round. Maturity 75 days from direct sowing
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PEPPER BELL (Colour Mix)
PEPPER BELL (Colour Mix)
Small round. Maturity 75 days from direct sowing
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TOMATO
TOMATO
Medium red tomato, great tasting. Maturity 80 days from transplant.
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BEETROOT
Has lovely dark leaves. Maturity 55 days from direct sowing.
BEETROOT
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CARROT (Purple Dragon)
A sweet spicy purple carrot. Maturity 75 days from direct sowing.
CARROT (Purple Dragon)
LETTUCE (Little Gem)
A small upright lettuce. Maturity 60 days from direct sowing.
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CARROT (Mini-Sweet)
CARROT (Mini-Sweet)
Sweet flavoured baby orange carrot, 10cm roots. Maturity 75 days from direct sowing.
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MESCLUN MIX
MESCLUN MIX
A lettuce salad mix with Endive, Corn Salad, Rocket, Chicory, Lettuces, Spinach, Pak choi, Beets and Mustard.
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CHILLI
CHILLI
A popular hot chilli. Maturity in 80 days from transplant
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CHERRY TOMATO
Mixed coloured small sweet tomatoes. Maturity 70 days from transplant.
CHERRY TOMATO

Flower Seeds

ACROCLINIUM
ACROCLINIUM
Everlasting Daisy. Easy care everlasting paper flower great for summer picking. Flowers are coloured pink, white and rose with yellow centres. Matures in 80 days from sowing.
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CALUNDULA
Bright orange and yellow daisy flowers. Edible petals can be used in salad. Maturity 60 days from transplant. Maturity 60 days from transplant.
CALUNDULA
ALYSSUM
ALYSSUM
Sweetly scented small white flowers. Easy to grow and is drought tolerant. Flowers for a long season. Great beneficial insect plant. Matures 90 days from direct sowing.
CORNFLOWER
CORNFLOWER
Double blue flowers. Flowers are edible. Matures 75 days from transplant.
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MARIGOLDS
MARIGOLDS
Bright mix of yellow, orange and mahogany flowers. Can be planted as a companion plant to discourage insects.
POPPY-FLANDERS RED
POPPY-FLANDERS RED
Grows wild throughout Europe. Maturity 90 days from direct sowing
DIANTHUS
Pinks. A mixture of pink, white and rose flowers that have a clove scent. Maturity 75 days from transplant.
DIANTHUS
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NASTURTIUM
The brightly colours flowers and leaves can be eaten in salads. Maturity 75 days from direct sowing.
NASTURTIUM
VIOLA-EDIBLE FLOWER MIX
Maturity 75 days from transplant.
VIOLA-EDIBLE FLOWER MIX
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BENEFICIAL INSECT BLEND
BENEFICIAL INSECT BLEND
A mix of flowers to attract beneficial insects. Seeds include, Buckwheat, Dill, Bishops Flower, Parsnip, Ammi visage, Fennel, Daucus carota, Phacelia, Bergamot and Alyssum.
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SWEET PEA
STEP PEA
Intensely fragrant flowers in white, crimson, blue, lavender and cream. Will require a support to climb. Maturity 70 days from sowing.
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SUNFLOWER
SUNFLOWER
Spectacularly huge towering flower that reaches 3-4 metres high. Maturity in 90 days from sowing.
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WILDFLOWER MIX
WILDFLOWER MIX
A mixture of low growing varieties including Poppies, Lupins, Viola, Candytuff, Nemophilia, Stock, Marigold, Soapwort, Cornflower and Pinks.

Native Seeds

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ARTHROPODIUM
a.k.a REINGA LILY
ARTHROPODIUM
A native New Zealand lily with clumps of broad green leaves to 80cm and charming starry, white flowers on 1m stems. Often used for landscaping and home gardens as a ground cover under trees. Produces nectar for bees from September to December. Birds also love this fast growing lily.
LEPTOSPERMUM SCOPARIUM
a.k.a MANUKA
LEPTOSPERMUM SCOPARIUM
This is a Native New Zealand shrub or small tree with flaky bark and bearing masses of oval pointed leaves and white flowers. Grows to approximately 5 metres.
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CORDYLINE AUSTRALIS
a.k.a TI KOUKA CABBAGE TREE
This iconic New Zealand native cabbage tree is commonly found throughout NZ from sea level to 600m. It is multi-trunked with tufts of green foliage and sweetly-scented flowers which attract birds from January to April and nectar for bees in November. A very hardy, easy to grow tree which will grow anywhere except extremely cold conditions.
CORDYLINE AUSTRALIS
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CLIANTHUS PUNICEUS
a.k.a KAKA BEAK, KOWHAI NGUTU KAKA, KOWHAI NGUTUKAKA
CLIANTHUS PUNICEUS
A wide spreading Native New Zealand shrub with elaborate clusters of red/pink flowers. The fine branches feature several couples of pretty green leaves. Very rare in the wild nowadays but often cultivated in home gardens for its beauty. It benefits from a heavy prune after flowering. Does not tolerate strong winds or frost. Grows to approximately 2 metres.
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SOPHORA TETRAPTERA
a.k.a KOWHAI
A leguminous tree that flowers profusely from September to November. Nectar is attractive to birds and bees. Grows to approximately 7metres in height.
THYME

Herb Seeds

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BASIL
BASIL
Broad Leaved Sweet Italian Basil with large fine flavoured shiny green leaves. Maturity 60 days from transplant
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CORIANDER
Green carrot like leaves with a distinctive flavour of lemon and sage. Used in a wide range of cuisines. Maturity 65 days from direct sowing.
CORIANDER
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PARSLEY
PARSLEY
Bright green leaves with an aromatic flavour. Maturity 60 days from transplant.
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ROCKET
ROCKET
Dark green deeply notched leaves. Has a tangy rocket taste. Maturity 30 days from direct sowing.
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THYME
Narrow green leaves with distinctive aromatic smell. Maturity 90 days from transplant.
THYME