Collection contains 10 Super Plug Plants which are part of the James Wong Grow For Flavour Range:
Cucamelon (Melothria scabra) - Tastes like: Cucumber and lime. Gracing the dishes of many a TV chef, these tiny watermelon lookalikes have a refreshing flavour and bags of personality. Plus, their lush climbing/trailing vines will produce masses of fruit throughout the summer. Ideal for grow bags, pots, a greenhouse or in the ground. Harvest late July through to first frost. Ready when they are grape sized and still firm to the touch. Latin Name: Melothria scabra. Cucamelons can be used in just the same way as traditional cucumbers; in salads, pickled, whole, or why not explore their cocktail-enhancing prowess and give your Martini a delicious new twist! 3 Super Plug Plants
Squash Tromboncino - James says - ‘Wacky Italian cultivar with lovely, mild artichoke flavour & a long neck that’s 100% free of seeds’. •Actually a variety of butternut squash, picked while still tender and green. •As well as looking incredibly ornamental in the garden, its big benefit in the kitchen is that it tastes sweeter than most regular courgettes. •Harvest July-September. 3 Super Plug Plants.
Pepper Habanero Red - Exceptionally hot red chilli. Strong productive plant ideal for pots and containers on a sunny patio or conservtory. 2 Super Plug Plants.
Squash Patty Pan Yellow Sunburst - James says - ‘Probably my favourite summer squash, they have a nutty flavour and melt in the mouth texture’. •Known affectionately in the States as ‘UFO squash’ because of their quirky flying-saucer shape. •Pick when no more than 5cm across, then steam whole and douse in olive oil and garlic. •They have a nutty flavour and melt-in-the-mouth texture. •They have a firmer bite than most courgettes with no hint of wateriness. •Harvest July-September. 2 Super Plug Plants.