British breeding of the first purple Mangetout. The purple colour is rich in healthy anthocyanin (antioxidant) pigment. Attractive bicoloured flowers form stunning flat, purple Mangetouts to eat raw and stir fry. Can also be steamed although colour will fade, or boiled when colour turns dark green. As with all Mangetouts they are best harvested and eaten young just as the Ã¢â‚¬ËœpeasÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ start to show. Powdery mildew resistant and tolerant to downy mildew to help extend the sowing season to early July.
Antirrhinum Double Madam Butterfly Mixed
Aquilegia McKana Giant Hybrids Mixed
Asparagus Martha Washington
Aster Carpet Ball Mixed
Aubrieta T&M Hybrids Mixed
Beetroot Detroit 2 Crimson Globe