Grape - Isabella Black

$19.75 ($19.75-$19.75 choose a size)

Hardy disease resistant dark grape. Traditional variety for coastal areas. Mid to late season crop of medium round grapes.

Grape - Sultana H5

$19.75 ($15.90-$19.75 choose a size)

Perhaps the most widely eaten grape and one of the older varieties of seedless grapes. Oblong shaped grapes, with a light green skin, very sweet and juicy with a high sugar content, with half as glucose, and half as fructose. Prefers hot dry climate free of humidity.

Grape - Crimson Seedless

$15.90 ($15.90-$19.75 choose a size)

Crimson seedless grapes have elongated pinkish-red fruits with crisp firm skin and juicy pulp. The flavour is sweetly-tart and almost spicy. Delicious eaten fresh as a healthy snack or in fruit salads and cheese platters.Grafted onto Paulsen rootstock.

Chilli - Yellow Habanero

$14.90 ($4.90-$14.90 choose a size)

A mild chilli which has a sweet taste. Yellow Cayenne chillies are ideal in Asian dishes and can be used for pickling. Chillies are long capsicum like up to 100mm changing from green to yellow then red on full maturity.

Chilli - Birds Eye

$9.90 ($3.95-$14.75 choose a size)

The fruits are red, yellow, purple or black. Pungent, hot and spicy. The flowers are greenish white or yellowish white. Can be called the Thai Chilli as well. The plant can grow up to 2m tall however very easily stays small especially in pots. It's origins are from Mexico however it is most famous for being used in Vietnamese cooking in soups, stir fries and salads. Thai cuisine commonly uses this chilli and it is because it has a fruity taste and an extreme spiciness. Many of the Thai curries are centred around the flavour of the Birds Eye chilli and it has become so common in Thai cooking that it is often just called the Thai chilli. Because they go well in pots many people who couldn't grow these fruits outside in colder climates can keep them protected and enjoy them fresh rather than store bought.
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