A high quality, long Berlicum maincrop carrot for fresh market or processing. Roots 17 to 23cm long with excellent colour.
Red fruiting Scotch Bonnet with quite large globular shaped fruits, 5 x 3cm in size. Used for cooking and ideal for sauces. Extremely pungent with a strong aroma.
A red fruiting Habanero but with even more fiery heat, later maturing and with higher yields.
Our new salmon flowered runner bean; Celebration not only looks attractive but is a very heavy cropping variety.
A new Crown Prince type exclusive to Tozer Seeds. It produces an average yield of 3 - 4 small Kabocha size fruits per plant.
Renowned for its eating qualities, Crown Prince is an attractive steel grey squash. Large fruit weighing approx 4kg with very deep orange flesh and long storage potential.
First/second early hybrid variety. Can be sown in modules in January, giving an early, heavy crop when prices are often at a premium.
Tall erect plants producing heavy crops of dark green, uniform buttons from base to top.
Tundra type. Long standing with blue-green slightly savoyed heads. Winter hardy.
Our latest cropping variety for harvest late March to May. The spears are ideal for fresh market sales and prepack.
A new variety of black cabbage breed by Tozer Seeds. Winter hardy with darker, savoyed leaves.
Common variety, used for seasoning and salads. A very versatile culinary herb.
A green quick growing hybrid developed for use in heated glass for May/June harvesting. Bold, slow bolting and good flavour.
Thin, cylindrical onion like leaves which form into grass like clusters and have a delicate flavour. Not as coarse as standard chives.
A vibrant deep red oakleaf with very good flavour. Very erect habit with thick leaves making Roselee an excellent variety for processing.
Stunning jet black leaves and purple flowers, the smaller but deadlier cousin of the Vampire. Scoville rating 25,000. Black fruit 4-6 cm long ripen to blood red. Plant height 45 cm.
Baby plum tomato with oval shaped fruits combining high yield and superb flavour. Medium plant vigour with short internodes and highly productive.
A particularly uniform stock. Compact fruits attractively and uniformly striped.
Slender white stalks topped with feathery dark green leaves. Sow in all seasons at high density for leaves and low density for whole head. Very cold tolerant. Special stock.
Tozer's monogerm Cheltenham variety with smooth nicely tapered roots.
Developed by Tozer to have frilly leaves and a subtle taste. Confetti is Ideal for bunching and for use as a garnish.
The benchmark variety for field grown coriander. Santos combines slow bolting with an upright habit and excellent flavour.
A Tozer bred variety which is substantially slower to bolt than any other coriander available.
Large, succulent leaves used in salads and as garnishes. Plant in the spring and autumn since it tends to bolt in the summer.