38 product(s) found for "Chicory"
BELGIAN WITLOOF CHICORY
Produces sweet mild yellow 'chicons'. Grow the plant, cut the green leaves (and eat them!), then place the roots in a bucket of loose light soil / sand in your shed and wait for the chicons to grow. Sow spring and summer. @6000
BIS OF CHICORIES
R17 - A simple mix of red and green chicories which will form their characteristic rosette shape with the cold. Sow spring to autumn so a long sowing season.
CHICORY BARBA DI CAPPUCCINO SAVE 30p
R29 - The Cappuccini are missionary monks and literally translated, this variety is called 'Cappuccini Friars Beard'. @6000. Sow May-Aug
R21 - Special selection, round, closed, 'blond' head with red veined edges. Resistant to low temperatures as it comes from Bergamo, Alpine Italy. @2400. Sow Jul-end Aug and Harvest Nov-mid Feb.
CHICORY BIANCA DI MILANO SAVE 30P
R7 - Upright green Chicory with tightly packed, large head. A very good summer chicory for shredding. @6000. Sow Jun-Aug and harvest Oct-mid Dec.
CHICORY CATALOGNA A FOGLIA STRETTA del Veneto *..
R98 - Variety names never change language, just like peoples names, and this one is long !! Basically it is a 'puntarella' type chicory which is upright, good sized head, white stalk and very long smooth green leaves. @4000. Sow Apr-end Aug.
CHICORY CATALOGNA GIGANTE CHIOGGIA SAVE 30p
R22 - Upright Chicory with long 'serrated' leaves from near Venice. 'Giant of Chioggia'. @6000. Sow mid Mar-mid Aug .
CHICORY CATALOGNA OF PUGLIESE
R23 - Upright chicory with long 'serrated' leaves with white white ribs. Early. @6000. Sow Mar-mid Aug and harvest Apr-end Oct.
CHICORY DA TAGLIO FOGLIA LARGA
R10 - A large leafed cut-and-come-again Chicory with 'Blond' leaves. @6600. Sow Mar-Sep and harvest mid Apr-mid Nov.
CHICORY GRUMOLO BIONDA save 30p
Open rosette shaped leaves. They have a very long sowing date from mid Mar-end Oct and can be harvested from May the same year to Feb the following year. @6000.
CHICORY GRUMOLO VERDE SAVE 30p
Early producing little bunches of uniform leafes, rounded and intense green which form classic rosettes in spring. Very resistant to cold low temperatures. Sow Mar-Sep.
CHICORY PAN DI ZUCCHERO
R6 - 'Sugerloaf'. Upright green variety with long tight head. Used widely all over Italy. @6000. RHS Award of Garden Merit Winner. Sow Jun-Aug.
CHICORY PAN DI ZUCCHERO RESTAURANTEURS PACK
Large 50g (@25,000 seeds) of this slicing sugar loaf variety. Sow Feb-Jul.
CHICORY PUNTARELLE OF BRINDISI
R24 - As seen on 2 greedy Italians 16/5/12 catalogna chicory from Brindisi upright with long stems and the pointy crunchy 'puntarelle' which it is grown for. Small jagged leaves. @6000. Sow mid Mar-mid Aug and harvest mid Jul-end Nov.
CHICORY SELVATICA DA CAMPO SAVE 30p
R32 - 'Wild Chicory of the Fields'. Open, splaying head, with spindely leaves. Great in a salad and also pan fried in olive oil with garlic, lemon juice and salt. @6000. Sow May-end Aug and harvest Sep-end Apr
R30 - Cut-and-come-again green leaf chicory. Single, lance-like leaves with a light rib. @6000. Sow Mar-Sep.
CHICORY ZUCCHERINO OF TRIESTE
R9 - We recommend this simple chicory 'Sugar of Trieste'. Small, green leaves which grow again after cutting. @6600. Sow Mar-end Sep and Harvest mid Apr-end Oct.
MIXED CUTTING RADICCHIO´S AND CHICORIES RESTAUR..
A mixture of 12 different varieties for cutting which all grow at the same rate. 50g pack. @30,000.
MIXED RADICCHIO PACK
R1 - 12 Mixed Radicchio's and chicories in 1 pack. Gives a nice selection of different colour, shape and sized leaves for your salad bowl. @4800. Sow Mar-Sep
RADICCHIO DI TREVISO BLACK SVELTA
R4 - A rare special selection Radicchio of Treviso called 'Awake or Alive' because of it's upright leaves which are also very dark red, hence the name. @2400. Sow Jul-Aug.
RADICCHIO GRUMOLO ROSSA
R31 - Late radicchio of Verona with beautiful rosette shaped heads which add colour to your salad bowl. @6000. Sow from May-Sep and harvest from Oct-Mar.
RADICCHIO OF TREVISO ´SVELTA´ PRECOCE RESTAURAT..
LM12 - Upright Treviso red and white chicory specially selected. 12g pack. @90,000. Sow from Jul-Aug and harvest till end Nov.
RADICCHIO ORCHIDEA ROSSA
R25 - 'Red Orchid'. An early red chicory, rosette shaped head, very attractive. @4800. Sow Mar and end Jun-Sep.
RADICCHIO PALLA ROSSA 6 AGENA
R13 - A special selection late 'Red Ball' radicchio. Large, compact head, resistant to low temperatures. @2400. Sow Jul-end Aug and harvest Dec-Jan.
RADICCHIO PALLA ROSSA GIUSTO
Very early variety with beautiful white marbling on the red leaf. Sow May - Jul and harvest until the end of Sep. @2400 .
RADICCHIO PALLA ROSSA MARZATICA
R14 - Frost hardy outside. Red and white nerving. Eat raw or cooked. Sow Jun-end Aug and Harvest Nov-end Mar.
RADICCHIO PALLA ROSSA MELOT
R15 - Mid-early with a large, compact head. Not resistant to frost. @2400. Sow mid Jul-end Aug and harvest Oct-Nov.
RADICCHIO PALLA ROSSA OF VERONA
R11 - 'Red Ball of Verona'. Compact, round red head. 6000 seeds. Resists sub zero temperatures. Sow mid Jun-end Aug and harvest Jan-end of Mar.
RADICCHIO PALLA ROSSA PAGODA
R19 - Featured by Monte Don on BBC GW 18/04/08. 'Red Ball' radicchio with intense white veins. Crunchy leaves with a pleasant bitter taste which adds colour, texture and a different flavour to your salad bowl. Sow from Aug - Sep.
RADICCHIO PALLA ROSSA PRECOCE
R12 - Classic Palla Rossa Radicchio. Compact tight redhead. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. @6000. Sow from May-Aug and harvest Aug-Nov
RADICCHIO ROSSA DI TREVISO
R2 - An Italian favourite and the first Italian vegetable to be issued with DOP status like Champagne. Upright Red and white striped leaves. Needs the cold to turn it red. Use the hearts raw in salads, on 'bruschetta', or brush with olive oil, season and
RADICCHIO ROSSA VERONA SEL ARCA
R26 - Medium sized head with good sized red leaves with white central rib. Sow Jul-Aug and harvest mid Nov-mid Feb.
RADICCHIO ROSSO DI TREVISO TARDIVA
R3 - An Italian favourite from Northern Italy and the first Italian vegetable to be issued with DOP status like Champagne. Needs the frost to turn red and easily resists sub zero temperatures. Compact long heads. Sow May-Aug and Harvest Oct-Mar. @4000.
VARIEGATED CHICORY OF CASTELFRANCO
R27 - Round, crunchy closed head. Mottled red and light green markings. Attractive in the salad bowl. A good variety for forcing like the yellow Witloof type. @6000. Sow Jun-end Aug and harvest from Dec onwards
VARIEGATED PALLA ROSSA OF CHIOGGIA
R16 - A round, 'Palla Rossa' red ball type chicory, variegated with red and white speckles. @5400. Sow Jun-end Aug.
VARIEGATED PALLA ROSSA ROMEA
R18 - Specially selected regional radicchio variety. Tightly wrapped head. White/red spotted variety. @2400. Sow Jul-end Aug.
VARIEGATED RADICCHIO OF LUSIA TARDIVA
R5 - Large late variety with ample leaves. Green with red specks. Tasty and crunchy. Good resistance to frosts. Sow Jun/Jul-end Sep. Harvest Oct - end Feb outside.
VARIETGATED EARLY CHICORY OF LUSIA
Very hardy, being sown in the summer from Jun to Sep and harvested till the end of Feb in a cold frame outside or even just a bell to cover it. Lovely in salad or cooked. 4g of seed so @1200 seeds.