10 crops you won’t often find in shops

Yellow pear tomato

We think that you should always grow two types of veg. First, the veg that you know you will enjoy cooking and eating on a regular basis, and second, the veg that you don’t often find in shops.

Colourful Carrot Selection

Colourful Carrots

Beautiful colours that will look fab on the table, and such great flavour too!

Delicata Winter Squash

This makes a lovely change from butternut squash, and has a much deeper, nuttier flavour.


Sorrel

It’s a perennial and it’s got a lovely, sharp lemony flavour which is perfect for sprucing up a salad.

Crystal Lemon Cucumber

Crystal Lemon Cucumber

Little round cucumbers make a welcome addition to the veg patch – great fun in salads!


Yellow pear tomato

Yellow Pear Tomatoes

Well you often find yellow tomatoes in the shops, but not often ones that are pear-shaped. Delicious and sweet.

Asparagus Pea

Asparagus Pea

These are such sweet looking plants, and the little pods are very tasty and unusual.


Tromoncino Courgette

We can’t recommend this variety enough – so unusual, so tasty and so wonderful!

Queensland Blue Squash

Another unusual squash that will store really well over the winter. Great looking and very different.


Orinoco Dwarf French Bean

Orinoco French Beans

Not all beans need to be green. We love these as they keep their pretty yellow colour when cooked.

vietnamese coriander

Vietnamese Coriander

It’s just a bit different to normal coriander, and it’s a good grower too. Great for curries.