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Purple climbing beans
Purple climbing beans are an heirloom crop that is usually dark purple and a vigorous grower climbing up whatever structure it finds nearby. The...
 
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Cayenne Chilli (Mild)
Summary This Cayenne pepper variety is a mild type and is great to use for those wanting a chilli flavour without too much heat. ...
 
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Jerusalem Artichoke
Summary The Jerusalem Artichoke is a tall handsome looking plant with large yellow daisy like flowers. It's actually a type of sunflower although the flowers are...
 
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