The first hybrid to have intermediate resistance to Cucumber Mosaic Virus. It is now very popular and is grown across the UK and Europe.
Erect plant, open habit, easy to pick with very few spines. Recent commercial trials have shown wide adaptability for the UK and Europe.
This variety has excellent vigour and yields and produces bumper yields of mild, sweet sprouts which are ready to harvest from late September to November.
Uniform round bright red roots, good crown, small tap root, medium to short strong tops for ease of lifting, slightly sweet flavour.
Tozer bred open pollinated variety maturing after Zermatt. Excellent for full size production, can also be used as a baby leek.
Tall, erect, late mid-season variety with strong root system. Medium size smooth buttons of excellent flavour.
Toledo has dark blue-green erect leaves with an excellent long shank for this time of year. Will follow on from Neptune giving good quality leeks into March.
Second early variety that bulks quickly. Good dark blue-green foliage which contrasts well with the lengthy white shank. Trials have shown this variety to be a consistent performer with good uniformity, bulbing resistance and field resistance to rust.
Standard thyme type with small, dark green leaves and robust growth.
Attractive tear drop shaped, very dark red leaves with a bright green vein make TZ7189 a very distinctive variety.
A dark red cos with exceptional colour. It has a very nice leaf shape and texture. Mildew resistance: Bl 1-16, 19, 21, 23.
A very attractive large, dark green cos. TZ 6048 has glossy regose leaves and has performed well in all recent Tozer Seeds trials. Mildew resistance Bl 1-16, 19, 21 and 23