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Oriental leaves are very versatile leafy vegetables that can be harvested under a cut-and-come-again system or allowed to grow to full size and cut as a single head. In the kitchen these vegetables are great in salads and delicious as a cooked vegetable.

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Oriental leaves seeds

Chinese Cabbage var. Apex

A good example,this variety can be used as a cut-and-come-again crop or left to produce firm heads.

Price: £1.60

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Komatsuna var. Torasan

Bold plants with broad, upright leaves that are particularly good in stir fries.

Price: £1.50

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Mibuna var. Green Spray

A prolific, light green mibuna producing masses of long, narrow leaves.

Price: £1.50

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Mizuna var. Broadleaf

This mild-flavoured leafy brassica has large leaves that have broader midribs than normal mizuna.

Price: £1.30

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Mizuna var. Red Knight

A lovely bi-coloured mizuna with deeply cut leaves that are red on the top and a red-tinged green underneath.

Price: £1.50

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Pak choi var. Joi Choi

A tall growing pak choi that produces large leaves with thick, white stalks that are very crunchy.

Price: £1.30

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Pak choi var. Yang Qing Choi

A bolt-resistant pak choi that produces dark green leaves with light green midribs.

Price: £1.30

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Rocket var. Salad Rocket

An easy-to-grow salad leaf that has a strong, distinctive flavour.

Price: £1.30

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Tatsoi var. Yukina Savoy

A tatsoi variety with spoon-shaped, blistered leaves that are dark green.

Price: £1.50

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