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The ethos here at Irish Seed Savers Association, is to conserve and distribute wonderful rare and heritage varieties, as well as to encourage the skills of saving your own seed and empowering people to do this in their own gardens, small holdings or farms. All of our seeds are grown and saved in Ireland and are Open Pollinated which allows you to save your own seeds from them, keeping the variety true to type. By choosing Irish Seed Savers' Open Pollinated seeds you contribute to keeping food security in your own hands and Irish agricultural biodiversity alive and vibrant.Find out more about Open Pollinated seeds

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Delaway Cabbage Emerald - Fodder Rape Flat dutch cabbage
Price: €2.95
Price: €2.95
Price: €2.95
Delaway Cabbage Emerald - Fodder Rape Flat dutch cabbage
Irish Drumhead Cabbage Lily White Sea Kale Paddy's Cabbage
Price: €2.95
Price: €2.95
Price: €2.95
Irish Drumhead Lily White Kale Paddy's Cabbage
Red Russian Kale Siberian Kale Spring Cabbage
Price: €2.95
Price: €2.95
Price: €2.95
Red Russian Kale Siberian Kale Spring Cabbage
Uncle John's Kale Winter Greens Mix
Price: €2.95
Price: €2.95
Uncle John's Kale Winter Greens Mix
   
 
Cut-n-Come Cabbage like the Delaway and Emerald
(B. Oleracea var. acephala)
Crops that are primarily for winter use, we sow in early summer. This spreads both the work and propagating space. Hardy crops like kale/swede can be sown outdoors. We use module trays and transplant; but you can also direct sow, though crops are then more vulnerable to slugs.
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