Ideal where an early, heavy crop of beans are required for open market, farm shop or general sales.
Tozer Seed's latest carrot root fly resistant variety. A Nantes hybrid with long, well coloured and smooth roots.
Early hybrid of excellent colour with freedom from green shoulder. A Tozer Seed's development.
Slow bolting under challenging mid-summer growing conditions and with superb vigour and flavour, TZ 9029 allows greater flexibility for wild rocket cultivation
Bred to perform well in the September to February period but is at its best from November to February.
Our first hybrid, Red Admiral is designed to crop in the important December to January window.
Specialist variety producing red sprouts which improve in colour after cold weather. In our opinion the best red variety available.
Tender, colourful speciality for bunching and baby leaf. A distinctive shape and texture for salad packs.
A large framed traditional double red oakleaf/salad bowl with deeply cut leaves. Our most highly mildew resistant variety. Stands very well.
Uniform, tall vigorous plants which mature from early to late February. The heads are easy to pick, medium to large in size with 8-10cm stem diameter and excellent dark purple colour.
Very versatile, being used for both spring and autumn production. Very popular and a superb stablemate to Eiffel.
A mid-season Savoy for mid October - mid December harvesting. Mid-green and attractive with solid round heads.
The earliest of the Tozer Seeds January King hybrids, maturing from October to February. Robin has solid medium sized heads which colour up quickly. Overall a superb January King cabbage.
For March to April production. Medium sized dark purple well flavoured spears on large framed plants. Ideal for fresh market sales and prepack.
Medium sized green heads are a good round shape, dense with a short core and sweet taste. Crops in the autumn and early winter.