Packet of Chilli Pepper Birds Eye Seeds Very Hot

 This is the Birds Eye Chilli plant, probably the HOTTEST chilli plant you will ever grow!

Packet contains Minimum Quantity 30 Seeds

Very easy to grow, as are all chillies, and incredibly satisfying as it will be covered in edible fruit!

These chillies are super hot. They're used in cooking worldwide and are easily dried for storing to be used at a later date. When dried they last up to a couple of years without going of and no, they don't loose any of their strength with time!

A fantastic, extremely hot, dwarf variety that produces a prolific yield. The flowers and upward pointing fruits start green and turn bright red and are produced throughout the season. These are ideally suited to a windowsill or patio containers and make equally attractive ornamental plants. WARNING – When handling these seeds you should wear gloves or thoroughly wash your hands afterwards as the seed residue will irritate / burn sensitive skin.

They can be easily grown indoors as an attractive potted specimen, and during the summer months can be moved outside.

Days to Germination: 10-21
Days To Harvest: 70-80
Planting Depth: 1/4
Spacing: 18 inches
Light: Sunny warm location / Greenhouse / Conservatory


Sow seeds 1/4" deep in 3in pots with quality seed compost. Keep moist. Seedlings emerge in 10-21 days at a minimum temperature of 70-degrees F to maximise germination.

Transplant to individual containers when seedlings have at least two pairs of leaves.

When 4-5 inches plant 18" apart in a warm location with root ball 1/2" below the soil surface.

Keep moist and feed when flowering with tomato type fertiliser.

Harvest when fruits have reached full-size and full colour.

$1.85


Packet of Thai Green Round Eggplant Seeds

The eggplant is high in fiber content and helps digestive function, and lowers risk of coronary heart disease. In addition, eggplant is a great source of potassium, Vitamin C, and protein.

Start indoors 8-10 weeks before last frost. Surface-sow and keep moist until the sprouts appear, which can take up to three weeks or so.

Transplant into the garden when weather has settled and soil is warm.

Provide rich soil and ample moisture.

Give eggplants about an inch of water a week.

Pinch back new blossoms about three weeks before the first expected frost.

This will channel the plants' energy into maturing existing fruits rather than producing new ones that won't survive the frost.

$1.85


Packet of Pak Choi Seeds

Height: 30cm (12")
Spread: 30cm (12”)
Location: Full sun in moist fertile soil
Time to Sow: All year round
Days to Germinate: 6-10 days
Days to Harvest: Baby leaf - 28 days. Mature plants - 50 days

Pak Choi or Bok Choi is an Asian member of the cabbage family that has a delicious light, sweet flavour and crisp texture. It consists of long, thick, white stalks, topped by intensely blue-green leaves.

China's most popular vegetable is used raw or cooked from any stage from seedling to mature plant and can be used as a “cut and come again” vegetable.

The flavour is sweet with a hint of mustard. It is used to enhance everything from soups to stir-fries and can be eaten young in salads or left to mature and used in stir fries.

Pak choi goes well with the flavours of soy sauce, hot peppers, and toasted sesame oil. It is used in won ton soup and chow mein. Young flowering stems can be used like broccoli or as a substitute for spinach.

Nutritionally, like most leafy green vegetables, it is a good source of iron. It is also high in vitamin A, vitamin C, and calcium.

Position:

Pak Choi grows best in a sunny position in a fertile soil.

It can be sown directly into open ground or can be planted into grow bags

Sowing: Can be grown all year

Pak choi is a cool-season crop typically grown in autumn and early winter, though in warmer climates harvest can continue well into winter.

These green stemmed varieties withstand adverse conditions than white stemmed forms. Some protection is required for winter harvesting. Phasing the sowing will extend the cropping period.

Sow thinly, direct into finely raked, moist, weed free soil 6mm (0.25") deep in rows 30cm (12") apart. Thin the resulting seedlings, leaving the strongest, by degrees to a final spacing of 20cm (8") apart.

Tending:

It is important to water well in dry weather and to keep well weeded. Provide a weak liquid feed once a week.

It needs to be grown quickly and the roots must be kept moist. Checks to growth, brought on by overcrowding or drought, will cause plants to bolt.

Harvesting:

Plants reach a stage for ’baby leaf’ harvest in 28 days and mature plants take around 50 days. Chop off enough of the base of the pak choi plant before washing so that stalks can be cleaned individually.

$1.85


Packet of OKRA Ladies Finger Seeds

Okra is a tall growing warm season annual with ornamental value, native to Africa. They are known by different names.

This upright plant grows 3-6 feet or more in height. The woody stems bear leaves that are lobed and are generally hairy, some reaching up to 12 inches in length. The flowers are large around 2inches in diameter, yellowish hibiscus like, with red or purple centers which will last only for a day. Each blossom develops a small green pod. The fruits are green to dark green, sometimes yellow to red; long, conical and ridged. Okra contains moderate levels of vitamin A and vitamin C.

Propagation and Planting :
Propagation is through seeds. Soak seeds overnight in warm water before sowing to improve germination. Seeds can be sown 1 inch deep in pots or seed trays or directly on the ground 12 to 18 inches apart or three to four seeds per foot, in single rows. Seedlings are ready for transplanting when they reach a height of 10-15cm. Rows should be kept 3 to 5 feet apart. Plants branch out only when they reach a height of 30-40cm.

Okras grow well in warm weather. They should be planted in full sun. The soil for growing okras should be fertile, well drained, high in organic matter with a pH ranging from 6.0 to 6.5. Soil should be well prepared several weeks before planting by adding well rotted manure, compost or any other organic matter and a balanced fertilizer. Lime or dolomite can be added to get the required ph level of the soil.

The soil should be kept moist by regular watering. Water the soil not the plant directly. But the plant does not tolerate excessive moisture. Regular watering and light fertilization occasionally gives better yield. Always water after fertilizing. Okra will start yielding about 60 days after planting. Fruits should be picked when they are 3-4 inches long and still tender. They become tough and stringy as they mature.

Problems and Care :
Keep the area around the okra plants weed free. Remove weeds and grass close to the plant carefully by hand without damaging the roots. Plants are susceptible to stem rot, so when you must water, soak the soil, not the plant. Yields will increase if plants are watered deeply. To reduce the potential for fruit rot problems, be sure that plants have good air circulation.

$1.85


Packet of Thai Big Purple Eggplant Seeds

The eggplant is high in fiber content and helps digestive function, and lowers risk of coronary heart disease. In addition, eggplant is a great source of potassium, Vitamin C, and protein.

Start indoors 8-10 weeks before last frost. Surface-sow and keep moist until the sprouts appear, which can take up to three weeks or so.

Transplant into the garden when weather has settled and soil is warm.

Provide rich soil and ample moisture.

Give eggplants about an inch of water a week.

Pinch back new blossoms about three weeks before the first expected frost.

This will channel the plants' energy into maturing existing fruits rather than producing new ones that won't survive the frost.

$1.85


Packet Yard Long Beans Tua Fugk Yaew Seeds

Yard Long Beans: Thai name is Tua Fugk Yaew
These are long, deep green ,stringless beans which grow up to 30-60 cm. Cut in short lengths, they are used in stir-fries, curries and sometimes thai soups.

The pods, which begin to form just 60 days after sowing, hang in pairs. They are best if picked for vegetable use before they reach full maturity. The plant is subtropical/tropical and most widely grown in the warmer parts of Southeastern Asia, Thailand, and Southern China although will grow in milder climates.

You almost need to check or harvest long beans everyday because they grow very quickly.



The beans are planted as seed into slightly damp and warm soil with 1-2 seeds in each planting hole or “hill”. After sowing, water should be withheld until germination has occurred (3-5 days).

The planting bed should be mounded if waterlogging during the season is expected. The planting is usually into single rows about 3 m apart with 30-60 cm between “hills”. The plants are encouraged onto trellises.

Long beans will benefit from extra organic matter added before planting via either a green manure crop or an application of animal manure. This organic matter should be well broken down before planting.

An application of NPK fertiliser and calcium just before planting can also be used as well as further applications of fertiliser (either urea or NPK) during the season. However care must be taken to not over-supply nitrogen as that can lead to excessive growth and reduced yields. Long bean yields also decline if water is under-supplied so care must be taken to keep soil moisture high

$1.85


Packet Leafy Chinese Celery Seed

Chinese Leaf celery is the type that is used in Europe. It looks similar to parsley but tastes exactly like regular stalk celery, but with a slightly stronger, herbier taste. It is a darker green, with thin, rounded, flexible stalks and curly, aromatic leaves; it is much easier to grow than its "big brother".

Great for container gardens and small herb gardens. the celery is used and taste just like its giant cousins but only gets 20 - 25cm (8 -12”) tall and very leafy. It is a cut-and-come-again plant and grows back beautifully. No blanching is required.

The leaves are best eaten while tender it can be used like an herb. Great in dressings garnish soups. Stews and salads, pies and stuffings or any recipe where celery leaves are used.

There are 3 different kinds of celery plants; normal (sometimes called blanched or bleached) celery, leaf celery and celeriac (sometimes called celery root). These are all three related, and will cross pollinate if grown next to each other.

Leaf celery is also called cutting celery, parcel, smallage, Zwolsche Krul, and German celery

Sowing: Sow in Spring from February to June.

Germination can be erratic and the seed is best surface sown indoors or in a greenhouse. Outdoor sown seed rarely germinates satisfactorily.

Start the seeds indoors no sooner than 2-3 months before your last frost date.

Leaf celery is a bit finicky to get started but once transplanted into the garden, it is very easy to grow. It will take around 85 days from sowing to first harvest.

Sow into flats or modules containing a good quality well drained soil. John Innes seed mix or similar.

Surface sow, do not cover as they need light to germinate.

Water from the base of the container, never directly on top of the seeds

Germinates in 2 - 3 weeks at 15*C (59*F).

The seedlings should be transplanted when they have their first set of true leaves and are still small

Cultivation:

Leaf celery is not frost tolerant so only plant outdoors once all risk of frosts has passed.

Full sun or partial shade suit them equally well, and although they are fairly tolerant of drought, don't plant them in very dry places and water when dry.

Harvesting:

Leaf celery takes a little while to germinate and grows somewhat slowly, but once you get it going you can keep cutting from the same small patch all season. A couple square feet is plenty for a small family.

Storage:

For use over winter months place cut pieces in an ice cube tray and freeze. It may also be dried by hanging upside down in a well-ventilated area

Companion Plants:

The growing plant is an insect repellent, it repels the cabbage white butterfly so is a good companion for all brassicas. A good companion for leeks, onions, tomatoes, French beans and brassicas
 

$1.85


Packet Thai Sweet Baby Candle Corn Seed

Baby corn or candle corn

Corn generally matures very quickly, so the harvest of baby corn must be timed carefully to avoid ending up with more mature corn ears.

Baby corn typically is eaten whole—cob included—in contrast to mature corn, whose cob is considered too tough for human consumption. Baby corn is eaten both raw and cooked, however cooking does not change its culinary and physical properties significantly; the texture remains relatively the same, as does the taste, whether raw or cooked.

Harvest: Approximately 40 -55 days.

Instructions
You need:
* Gardening flats, 2 feet deep
* Gardening soil
* Compost
* Corn seeds
* Blood meal

1 Fill the garden flats with a half-gardening soil, half-compost mixture and combine thoroughly.

2 Sow the corn seeds 3 to 4 inches apart and 1 inch deep. Sow one row per gardening flat to ensure adequate root space.

3 Apply blood meal to the soil when the plants are knee-high to give them an extra growing boost.

4 Hill the soil around the corn's base when the plants are 6 inches high to offer the plants optimal support.

5 Harvest the ears before pollination on the day that the silk first appears on the husks.

$1.85


Packet Yard Long Purple Beans Tua Fugk Yaew Seeds

Yard Long Beans: Thai name is Tua Fugk Yaew
These are long, deep green ,stringless beans which grow up to 30-60 cm. Cut in short lengths, they are used in stir-fries, curries and sometimes thai soups.

The pods, which begin to form just 60 days after sowing, hang in pairs. They are best if picked for vegetable use before they reach full maturity. The plant is subtropical/tropical and most widely grown in the warmer parts of Southeastern Asia, Thailand, and Southern China although will grow in milder climates.

You almost need to check or harvest long beans everyday because they grow very quickly.



The beans are planted as seed into slightly damp and warm soil with 1-2 seeds in each planting hole or “hill”. After sowing, water should be withheld until germination has occurred (3-5 days).

The planting bed should be mounded if waterlogging during the season is expected. The planting is usually into single rows about 3 m apart with 30-60 cm between “hills”. The plants are encouraged onto trellises.

Long beans will benefit from extra organic matter added before planting via either a green manure crop or an application of animal manure. This organic matter should be well broken down before planting.

An application of NPK fertiliser and calcium just before planting can also be used as well as further applications of fertiliser (either urea or NPK) during the season. However care must be taken to not over-supply nitrogen as that can lead to excessive growth and reduced yields. Long bean yields also decline if water is under-supplied so care must be taken to keep soil moisture high

$1.85


Packet Winged Beans Seeds

The winged bean is a legume whose young pods are a common vegetable sold in markets. The young tender pods are often stir fried with spicy prawn paste.
The Winged bean is botanically known as Psophocarpus tetragonolobus.
The plant produces pea-like beans with four winged edges. Almost every part of this unique plant is tasty and edible. The fresh young pods are similar to green beans with a chewy texture and a slightly sweet taste. When cooked, the leaves taste like spinach and the flowers like mushrooms. The firm-fleshed roots have a nutty flavor. This remarkable bean offers a high source of protein.

25 per packet

It is outdoors in a garden with a large, strong trellis for it to climb.
Winged Bean seed has hard coat skin that may decrease and delay the seed germination, because water can not get into inside of seed. In many cases, seeds may have relatively low germination rate, 50-60%, if planted without any special treatment. Soak seeds in water for 1-2 days, some seeds will swell when absorbing water and some seeds may not swell at all due to the hard coat skin. Plant these swollen seeds into moist soil for further germination process and collect these unaffected seeds for special treatment as described below. The germination problem for these unswelled seeds can be improved by scratching with sand paper or by breaking with a shape nife on the hard coat skin at the furthermost location from the seed eye. This pre-seeding teatment will allow moist/water to get into the inside to trigger the seed germination process. A high germination up to 90% can be obtained.
Plant in a Sandy Loam to Clay Loam in full sun.
 

$2.95


20 Ivy Gourd Seeds Pak Tam Lung

10 FRESH IVY GOURD SEEDS Alternatively known as Pak Tum Lung.

A gourd of the family Cucurbitaceae, juicy climber, trailer herbs or undershrubs.

Easily found and well grown in gardens or on fences. Tips are blanched for dipping with chilli, fried, and cooked as clear soup.

General characteristic Vines with small green and round tendrils. The tendrils are 12-14 cm long, single and spring-like twisted, oppositely inserted to leaves. Leaves are simple and alternate. Leaves' bases are in heart-shaped, sharpened tip and curvy edge. The shape of the leaf is star-liked with 5 rays. 5-7 veins separated from leaves' bases. Leaves are 3-4 cm wide, 5-6 cm long. A stem is 3-5 cm long. Flowers are solitary, axillary, and sometimes fasciculate. Berry-like fruits are green when young and red when ripe. Inflorescence is during April-December. Fruiting during June-January. Propagating by seeds and preserved stems.

$1.85


Packet of Thai White Oblong Eggplant Seeds

The eggplant is high in fiber content and helps digestive function, and lowers risk of coronary heart disease. In addition, eggplant is a great source of potassium, Vitamin C, and protein.

Start indoors 8-10 weeks before last frost. Surface-sow and keep moist until the sprouts appear, which can take up to three weeks or so.

Transplant into the garden when weather has settled and soil is warm.

Provide rich soil and ample moisture.

Give eggplants about an inch of water a week.

Pinch back new blossoms about three weeks before the first expected frost.

This will channel the plants' energy into maturing existing fruits rather than producing new ones that won't survive the frost.

$1.85


Packet of Thai Mini Cucumber Seeds

Packet of Thai Mini or Baby Cucumber Seeds, Dtaang Gwaa

200 Seeds


Best Way to Grow Cucumbers

When planting cucumbers from seeds, sow seeds in a prepared garden site in groups of three or four or spaced individually down rows.

* Space needed between rows is 36-60 inches.

* Spacing between plants is one to two feet.

* Planting depth should be one to two inches.* From seeds to harvest is 50-70 days.

* For cucumber seed germination ,keep seeds moist until germination in an average 5-7 days.

$1.85


20 Seeds Ridged luffa, loofah, sponge, chinese okra


Luffa is a fast-growing, long-season, warm-climate vine plant that can climb up to 15 feet high. The fruit is edible only when immature and is cooked like zucchini. The fruit setting may be relatively sensitive to the day length. The matured fruit forms sponge-like fibers inside. After the fruit matured, dried, skin and seeds removed/cleaned, fibers are often used as scrubbers, cleaning pads or bath sponges. Thus, this vegetable is also called Dish Cloth Luffa ( Loofah).


Angled Luffa fruits are also often called Chinese Okra, but not related to Okra at all. Luffa seeds, particularly Ridged Skin varieties, have hard skin and may take a long time to germinate. They need warm/moist soil conditions for germinating. For improving the seeed germination, it is suggested to break slightly the seed at the non-seed-eye area/edge by clipping or sanding. This treatment will allow water entering the seed inside core to trigger the germination process.

NOTE: Luffa needs insects to carry out the pollinating process for setting fruits. If the insects or bees are not available in your area, the pollinating process can be done manually, by picking up male flowers and transferring pollens to femal flowers (by face-to-face touching the center part of flowers). This process should be carried out when flowering is active during the daytime. If the pollination is sucess, the fat portion of the femal flower will grow into full size fruit.

$1.85


10 Seeds

Packet of Thai Snake Gourd, Loofah Seeds

Sow seeds in moist and warm (27 °C / 80 F) slight acid soil.

Grow Up a trellis like used for melons. The snake gourd can reach lengths of up to 7 feet in ideal conditions!

Young fruits are harvested and cooked like (Loofah) Luffa.

Plant in a Sandy Loam to Clay Loam in full sun.

 

$1.85


Packet of Chinese Cabbage 500 Seeds


Uniform growth, compact head weight 1.2 -1.6 kg, cylindrical in shape, giving high yields,

Maturity 50-60 days after transplant and good adaptability in cool area

QTY. (500seeds)

$1.85


5 Thai Bitter Gourd Seeds

 

Bitter Gourd is a tropical and subtropical vine of the family Cucurbitaceae, widely grown in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean for its edible fruit, which is among the most bitter of all fruits

Bitter melon is generally consumed cooked in the green or early yellowing stage. The young shoots and leaves of the bitter melon may also be eaten as greens.

Bitter melon gourd is often used in Thai and Chinese cooking for its bitter flavour, typically in curries, stir-fries, soups, and also as tea.

It is very popular throughout South Asia. In North India, it is often prepared with potatoes and served with yogurt on the side to offset the bitterness, or used in sabji. In Punjabi cuisine is stuffed with spices and then fried in oil.

In Southern India it is used in the dishes thoran/thuvaran (mixed with grated coconut), theeyal (cooked with roasted coconut) and pachadi (which is considered a medicinal food for diabetics). Other popular recipes include preparations with curry, deep fried with peanuts or other ground nuts

 

$1.85


Packet of Chinese Kale, Pak Ka Na

Packet of Chinese Kale, Phak Ka Na Vegetable Seeds

APPROX 2000 Seeds / packet

A dark green vegtable with strong,thin long round trunks

soft deep green delicate leaves,It does not look or taste like common greens,

 it has a slight sweet & bitter taste, The taste reminds of Broccoli, the stacks are wonderfully crunchy. Delicious stir fried boiled or steamed.

Very nutritious containing lots of iron

Plant kale as soon as the ground can be worked, very frost tolerant. Sow ¼-½” deep, 1” apart in rows 18-30” apart. Thin seedlings to 8-12” apart. Kale germinates easily in cool or warm soil temperatures with even moisture.

Choose an area with full sun and a soil pH of 6.0-7.0. Enrich the soil with compost or well rotted manure. Flavour of kale is improved if the plants grow quickly. Kale benefits from additional feedings of liquid fertilizer during the growing season.

 

$1.85


Packet of Bamboo Leaf, Water Spinach Seed

Packet of Thai Bamboo Leaf, Water Spinach, Kang Kong, Seeds
 

 A new and different variety of Water Spinach with small light green arrow shaped leaves on long hollow stalks.

Very vigorous, tolerant to heat, and requiring less water for growth.

Great for delicious salads

The plant is upright and leaves are bamboo leaf shape, tender texture and have few fibres, delicious taste and fast growth, it can be harvested about 25 days after sowing in summer at South areas.


Grow your own! Its easy.

$2.55

Packet of Round Gourd Seeds

Packet of Thai Round Gourd Seeds Apple Gourd , Baby Pumpkin or Tinda Vegetable Seed

The Round Gourd, also called Indian Round Gourd or Apple Gourd or Indian Baby Pumpkin, is a squash-like cucurbit grown for its immature fruit, a vegetable especially popular in South Asia. It is the only member of the genus Praecitrullus.


The plant is, as with all cucurbits, a prolific vine, and is grown as an annual. The fruit is approximately spherical, and 5–8 cm in diameter. The seeds may also be roasted and eaten. Tinda is a famous nickname among punjabi families in India. This unique squash-like gourd is native to India but grown also in Thailand, very popular in Indian and Thai cooking with curry.

Green coloured, apple sized fruits are flattish round in shape and 50-60 grams in weight. Plants are vigorous, productive and begin to bear fruits in 70 days after planting.

Plant in a Sandy Loam to Clay Loam in full sun.

$2.25

 


Packet of Pea Aubergine Thai Makheua Puang Seeds

The small pea eggplants look very similar to green peas and are used in Thai cooking.

Also known as Pea Aubergines.

They have a wonderful, strong, rich eggplant taste, ideal for stir-frying, soups and curries.

The eggplant is high in fiber content and helps digestive function, and lowers risk of coronary heart disease. In addition, eggplant is a great source of potassium, Vitamin C, and protein.

It has wonderful taste, ideal for stir-flying and curries.

Start indoors 8-10 weeks before last frost. Surface-sow and keep moist until the sprouts appear, which can take up to three weeks or so.

Transplant into the garden when weather has settled and soil is warm.

Provide rich soil and ample moisture.

Give eggplants about an inch of water a week.

Pinch back new blossoms about three weeks before the first expected frost.

This will channel the plants' energy into maturing existing fruits rather than producing new ones that won't survive the frost.

$2.45

 

 

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