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The chili is the fruit of plants from the genus Capsicum. They are widely used in many cuisines to add spiciness to dishes but not as spicy as the chilipadi.

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Huang Jing Pak Choy(皇京白菜)is vigorous and uniformed in growth. Highly heat resistant, rapid in growth and matures very early. Its beautiful tender green leaves are softly textured and has a very nice appearance. It is...

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Rocket is an easy-to-grow crop which adds a lovely peppery flavour to salads. The younger leaves are milder, more tender and palatable. Older leaves can also be lightly cooked as a delicious spinach substitute, added...

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It is a must have crop in the Asia, where they have been grown for centuries.Vigorous climbers need full sun and a trellis or other support. Takes heat and humidity better than common beans; Drought tolerant, but more...

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It has green skin with tender and thick flesh. Commonly used in Chinese style soup. Type: Climber Harvest: 60 to 90 days

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It is healthy, edible plant native to East Asia. It is rich in chlorogenic acid (a type of hydroxycinnamic acid), carotene, flavonoids, vitamins and potassium, and can offer a multitude of health benefits. Harvest -...

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It is delicate flavor, its norishing, detoxifying and protective effects on both brain and body. It goes great in our daily juices, it is a must-have in the kitchen. Harvest - 45 to 60 days

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Chinese leeks, also known as garlic chives or Chinese chives, impart mild garlic flavor to dishes. Widely used in Asian cuisine, Chinese leeks are also grown for beauty as fresh or dried flowers. Johnny’s offers...

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Tetragonia tetragonioides Syn. New Zealand Spinach. Warrigal Greens are a long-lived, spreading, green vegetable, native to Australia and NZ, with fleshy, succulent, triangular leaves. It is extremely hardy and...
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Traditional Italian gourmet beet, with attractive rosy pink skin outside, inside has striking rings of red and white. Pickle and slice thinly or use raw. Use the tops in salads.

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