Walnut - Black

$19.90 ($19.75-$19.90 choose a size)

Native to Eastern North America, where it is highly prized for its high quality timber. The edible nut is more difficult to extract than the English Walnut. Used as rootstock because of its hardiness.

Pine Nut

$26.90 ($17.75-$26.90 choose a size)

An attractive large pine tree that bears cones of edible nuts considered a delicacy. Trees can be expected to start producing cones from about year 6. Each cone holds about 50 nuts and 100 kg of cones holds about 20 kg of nuts. Grows best in dry cold areas.

Raspberry - Heritage

$14.90 ($9.90-$14.90 choose a size)

A primocane variety producing fruit on canes that arise from the ground during one season. Often referred to as low chill since canes do not need chilling to produce flowers. A most sought after variety as it fruits in Autumn thus extending the traditional fruiting period. It has a picking period of 8 - 12 weeks beginning in February. Heritage is a hybrid of European and American subspecies of Rubus idaeus

Curry Tree

$17.90 ($17.90-$49.00 choose a size)

Fresh leaves from this tree are an indispensable ingredient in Indian cooking. The leaves are pretty much unknown in the West because they lose most of their flavour when dried. They have a distinct, spicy curry-like flavour and odour.Warning: The seeds are poisonous and should not be eaten

Echinacea ( Purple Cone Flower )

$4.75

Echinacea is an important medicinal herb to have in your garden. Not only is it a pleasure to grow, its uses are limitless. The roots of Echinacea are said to stimulate the immune system and promote healing. Itsmost common use is to ward off the onset of the common cold and to alleviate the effects of a sore throat.As this is an herbaceous perennial, it will be non existant above the ground for winter.Echinacea flowers through spring, summer and autumn dieing down over winter then rise again in early spring.The root may be harvested when the plant is about 2-3 years old depending on how well you have looked after the plant.Echinacea will self seed or spread from underground roots.Plant out in an area that you wish to leave them undisturbed for many years. Water and mulch well but take care not to disturb the roots too much. Plant in full sun to partial shade.
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