Rucola: Diplotaxis Tenuifolia
First introduced to the UK by the Romans. Adds a peppery flavour to salads and pizza's.
Growing rocketin the tropics generally requires experienced care. They are delicate plants that are sensitive to heat and humidity. With higher temperatures the leaves have been tasted to be more intense with increased bitter and pepper flavours. Grow with care.Will bolt faster as temperature rises and duration of sunlight increases. Use shade cloth to block out afternoon sun. Germinate in cool, dark area. Grow in cool area, shaded from afternoon sun, good air circulation and water often. Suitable for container gardening. Not recommended for beginner guerillas.
Latin Name:Solanum Lycopersicum L.
Open pollinated variety producing many small fruits of 20-30g each - 'pomodorini'. Oblong 'plum' sytle cherry. Bush, so ideal for containers and balconies too.View full product details
ClassicåÊvariety of basil. Large plant with dark green leaves. Often used for sauces and pestos.
Thrives in tropical weather. Very easy to germinate and grow. Shade cloth recommended to shield from afternoon sun.View full product details
Latin Name:Brassica oleracea
Cavolo Laciniato-Nero Di Toscana Precoce-Curly Kale
Classic Tuscan Kale. Grows very well in tropical Singapore. Tested on rooftop farm. Large curly leaves.
Approximately 1500 seeds.View full product details
Latin Name: Coriandrum Sativum L.
Fast-growing, aromatic herb that grows partial to full sun. Likes a sunny spot, well-drained soil and a steady supply of both water and fertiliser. Leaves can be frozen for storage.