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Seeds of a variety with an early medium cycle.  Tall plant that produces round fruits, globose, slightly ribbed blue-black that when ripe turn red. The fruits are very high in lycopene and have an exceptional taste. Suitable for sowing in the open field or greenhouse.
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Seeds of a variety of ancient origins, from South America.  This particular type of cherry tomato produces an abundant production of fruits with shades ranging from dark red to black. It tastes great and is productive when cultivated in the open field.
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Seeds of a rather productive variety. The plant is of medium vigour with short internodes with well covering foliage. The herringbone bunches have about 6 oval fruits each and are uniform. The color is dark green with a marked shoulder that disappears when fully ripe.
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Seeds of an ancient variety, which adapts very well to the Mediterranean climate.  The plants prefer sunny locations and require the use of special supports to grow properly. The fruits have a very dark peel, close to the black, have a marked ribbing and are sweet to the taste.
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Seeds of a variety that adapts very easily to any type of soil. The fruits are medium-sized, ribbed and of a dark red colour, with green turns. With a sweet taste, this fruit is suitable for cultivation in greenhouses or in open fields.
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Seeds of a hybrid variety, rich in antioxidants. The fruits are about 40 g, grouped in clusters of 10-12 fruits each, streaked light green/dark green. They are harvested about 60 days after transplantation. They are suitable for sowing in the open field or greenhouse.
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Seeds of a hybrid variety. The fruit is half long, with an average weight of 130-150 gr. The colouration is green, medium intense, with a slight shoulder that at the turn acquires an intense bright red colouration. The plant is very rustic, covering and productive.
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Seeds of a very productive variety. The plant produces a fantastic purple tomato with a red heart, rich in natural antioxidants beneficial to health. Tomatoes have a balanced, sweet taste and are very resistant to diseases.
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Seeds of a rare variety, with which is also produced a particular ketchup. This is a fine variety with a sweet taste that prevails over the acidic component, easy to cultivate, resistant to diseases is considered the best Tomato in the World to make Sauces and Preserves. The fruits are of medium size and of intense red colour.
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Seeds of a medium-cycle variety. The fruits are medium-sized and have a spherical shape. They are born in clusters and are of an intense red color when fully ripe. The plant has average vigour and may need support to grow properly.
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Seeds of a variety from the Ligurian Riviera. It produces fruit resistant to cracks, which reach the weight of about 300 grams. The flesh is tasty, slightly floury, with few seeds and the aroma of the tomatoes of the past. Excellent in caprese and in summer salads.
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Seeds of an early and rather vigorous variety. The fruits are small, with an oval shape similar to that of the dates. They are born in clusters and are bright yellow when fully ripe. This variety is suitable for both greenhouse and field cultivation.
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Seeds of a hybrid variety with a medium-early cycle. Fruit are typically ribbed and flattened is bright red with a dark green marked shoulder that creates an attractive contrast. Weight 130-150 gr, dimensions 7-8 cm x 4 cm. The plant is indeterminate, of medium vigour, but rather covering.
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Seeds of a rather rare variety. Fruits are small, dark red, tending to black. This cherry tomato is rich in antioxidants and with a sweet taste. Transplantation takes place in the spring. Prefers cultivation in the open field.
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Seeds of a variety of tomato very rustic and productive chocolate color Rmande of indeterminate growth. The tomato has a flattened shape, ribbed, with very marked collection of dark green color and bright. The color goes from brick red, during the toning, to chocolate color, to complete maturation. The plant produces tomatoes of big size that...
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Seeds of a very productive variety. The medium-large fruits of elongated shape weighing 50-70 grams with thick skin. The sowing takes place around March or April and the harvest is done when all the fruits have turned red. Tomato for sauce, if harvested before ripening, they can also be used in salad.
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Seeds of a vigorous variety which also has an enormous productivity. Egg-shaped fruits with firm peel, firm pulp of intense color, weighing 80-100 gr. Ideal for peeled and concentrated, but also to be split, salted and dried. The harvest takes place about 50 days after transplantation.
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Seeds of a variety resistant to Peronospora. The fruits, in clusters of bright red color, are firm and with a good taste. Very productive, the size of the berries can exceed 150 gr. The plant can be transplanted in open field between February and June.
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Seeds of a very productive variety. The plant grows very branched and can yield up to 300 fruits. The fruits are sweet, can weigh between 15 and 18 grams, grow in clusters. The ripe fruits do not split and do not fall from the plant.
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Seeds of a very productive variety. Suitable for cultivation in greenhouses or in open field. It produces large, juicy and tasty, bright red fruits. The tomatoes have a round shape, without ribs and are medium in size. The sowing takes place between December and January and the transplant in spring.
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Seeds of a rather productive variety. The plant is small, does not exceed the height of 40 cm. This species produces pods that can reach 14 cm in length. Their color is bright green, extremely bright. The exocarp is smooth and wireless. The seeds inside are small and white.
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Seeds of a very productive and vigorous variety.  This species boasts the presence of large pods, which can reach the 20 cm of length. Green beans have an elongated shape, are bright green in colour and have no thread. The plant can be grown in a greenhouse or in open field.
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Seeds of a hybrid variety. The plant grows erect and open, to facilitate the harvest. The fruit is round, medium-sized, bright yellow. It has no marked ribs. Suitable for cultivation or transplantation both in the greenhouse and in the field.
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Seeds of a very productive variety. Compact plant, open and short internode. Very early cycle and good flower sealing after harvesting. The fruits are 22-34 cm long, slightly ribbed and streaked, of a pale green colour. Suitable for cultivation in open fields, require a lot of sun.
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Seeds of a vigorous and very productive variety. The zucchini is long and cylindrical, bright yellow in color. This variety is suitable for cultivation in open fields or in greenhouses, not for cultivation in pots. It is sown in spring and the fruits are harvested during the summer season.
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Seeds of a rather new variety. Its size varies from 2 kg for the smallest, to 6 kg for the largest. The smooth peel is characterized by the wide streaks of light green. The flesh is bright red and contains only small white seeds imperceptible to the palate. In the mild temperature regions it is cultivated from April to September.
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Seeds of a typical variety of southern Italy. The plant produces shoots from which the inflorescences that give life to watermelons are born. These are round, medium-sized. The peel is dark green, almost black. The flesh inside is sweet and juicy, it has almost no seeds points.
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Seeds of a particularly vigorous and productive variety.  It produces a fruit of good size (20-25 cm), very marked ribbing and very persistent flower with rather broad floral attack. The zucchini is of a light green colour.
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Seeds of a very productive variety. The plant develops numerous fruits, red and fleshy, with a delicious taste. The sowing takes place between April and September and the harvest from May to October. The fruits are slightly reduced in size compared to classic strawberries. Suitable for cultivation in open field or in pot.
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Seeds of a very productive variety. The plant develops numerous fruits, red and fleshy, with a delicious taste. The sowing takes place between April and September and the harvest from May to October. The fruits are slightly smaller than classic strawberries.
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Seeds of a perennial variety, which gives fruits several times in the same year. Sweet fruit, very fragrant and widely used in cooking and pastry. It is ideal for fresh fruit salads in summer and on cakes or tarts. Suitable for sowing in open field (in April) and in pot (in March).
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Seeds of a perennial variety, which gives fruits several times in the same year.  Sweet fruit, very fragrant and widely used in cooking and pastry. It is ideal for fresh fruit salads in summer and on desserts such as cakes or tarts. Suitable for sowing in the open field or in pots.
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Seeds of a variety that blooms all year round. These strawberries have a strong character, which makes them grow almost everywhere. They grow well both in pot and in the garden. The planting in the field takes place from April to September, while the transplant is possible from January to October. This variety usually feeds back two...
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Seeds of a variety widely used in Mediterranean cuisine. The plants are usually of small dimensions, especially in height, and do not exceed the 25-35 cm but extend in breadth. The foliage is roundish or oval, of decidedly small size, and together with the thin stems, ramified, gives to the itera a dense and compact look. The type leaves are...
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Seeds of a perennial variety, of small size. It arrives of a height of about 50 cm. It blooms in late autumn. It prefers sunny exposure and in case of cold climate must be protected with mulching or brought in a warm environment.  Used as a natural sweetener. The dried leaves have a sweetening power of about 200 times that of...
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Seeds of a perennial variety, which germinates with light. It reaches 30 cm in height and can be used for several years. Ornamental plant and good mellifera. The plant is very resistant to frost and cold. Suitable for cultivation in vegetable gardens and pots.
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Seeds of a small perennial variety with herbaceous ramifications that lignify at the base. It is native to southern Europe, grows in a spontaneous way from lowland areas up to hilly altitudes about 1000-1200 metres, it is possible to find it in the uncultivated fields, in sunny soils and mainly in dry and sandy soils.
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Seeds of a variety widely used in Central America, where it is known by the name of "Hierba buena". Suitable for the preparation of the famous long drink Mojito, it is often used in combination with other herbs to prepare excellent tea infusions. The aroma has a typical green note, fresh and pungent. It is a perennial plant which blooms between June and...
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Seeds of a variety with very ancient origins. It grows up to a maximum height of 3 - 10 dm; the biological cycle is perennial. Suitable for cultivation in garden as well as in pot, it is an aromatic plant whose leaves are used, fresh or dried.
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Seeds of a perennial variety, very rustic. It is sown in spring or summer and is transplanted in rows, cm.30-35. The harvest is done at the complete flowering of the plant if you want to keep even the inflorescences. In the kitchen is used to aromatize the dishes.
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Seeds of a perennial variety, for aromatic and medicinal use for infusions. It germinates with light and does not particularly need fertilizations. Suitable for cultivation in pots, the pleasant scent of fresh leaves keeps the flies away.
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Seeds of a Mediterranean herbaceous variety. Wild fennel is a spontaneous, perennial plant, with a ramified stem, up to 2 meters tall. It has hay-like leaves, green in color and produces in summer small yellow flower umbrellas.  Of the wild fennel are used the buds, the leaves, the flowers and the fruits.
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Seeds of an annual variety, also known as Chinese parsley. It is an aromatic plant with an erect posture and a maximum height of about 70 cm. It has leaves with a bright green colouration. The flowers that bloom in the period between summer and autumn have a small size with a white colouration and grouped in particular inflorescences. Both fresh and...
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  Seeds of a variety that can live much longer than the traditional one thanks to its good tolerance to low temperatures. This variety is particularly suitable for pot cultivation. The plant can be transplanted between March and June.
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Seeds of a variety much more resistant than classical basil at low temperatures.  It lends itself, for its shape also to the cultivation in balcony alone in pot or with other flowering plants. The scent remains unchanged even in adult leaves unlike the classic one.  Very productive plant that lends itself to a repeated harvest...
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Seeds of a very old variety, used as an aromatic herb but also as a natural remedy for many ailments. The aneto plant, quite rare in Italy, grows spontaneously in uncultivated places with calcareous soil at an altitude that varies on average from 500 to 1000 meters above sea level. The leaves look a lot like fennel.
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Seeds of a hybrid variety, born spontaneously in 2018. It has a spiciness of 250,000 shu. They have the typical shape of the variete trinidad but with a light red colour tending to pink. The fruits are born individually and have a late medium cycle.
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Seeds of one of the hottest varieties in the world, native to Yucatan. The plant that can reach the 30-40 cm is characterized by a bush shape with small leaves and thick twigs. The fruit has an elongated shape, size 2-3 cm, and grouped in tufts has a green color that becomes red at the time of ripening.
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Seeds of a very widespread variety especially in Asia. On the Scoville scale reach a hotness between 50,000 and 100,000 units. The fruits are 5 to 10 cm long, of green colour initially, and reach an intense red (sometimes even darker) when ripe.
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Seeds of a very productive variety. The plant is very compact. The fruits of conical-elongated shape like "spaghettino" are 40-50mm long and 5-8mm big, bent upwards. Light yellow colour with orange colour and bright red when ripe. Suitable for cultivation in pot and full earth.
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Seeds of a very productive variety. It has a hotness of 25.000 degrees Shu. It can be cultivated in open field but is ideal for cultivation in pot, for ornamental use or for sewing. The pot plant, produces beautiful bunches of hot peppers orange color and very pleasant appearance.
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Seeds of a very productive variety. It currently holds the record of spiciness with its 2 million and more degrees Scoville. It owes its name to the shape of the pepper that resembles that of the tail of the scorpion. Medium vigorous plant, 80-90 cm high, prefers warm environments for optimal development.
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Seeds of a variety rather productive. The plant, rather thick and rich of soft leaves, has a suggestive ornamental effect, so much so that nowadays it is preferred to cultivate it directly in pot. The fruits, when ripe, can, on the contrary, measure up to about 8 cm. Peter red pepper peppers are easily grown and do not require special care.
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Seeds of a very productive variety. Papri-fire red is a red pepper with an elongated shape of about 5-7 cm whose color varies from green to intense red depending on its degree of ripeness. It's got between 5,000 and 15,000 on the Coville scale.
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Seeds of a variety particularly suitable for the preparation of paprika. Due to its consistency it lends itself well to drying and therefore to powder reduction for o a paprika. Its slightly spicy and decidedly aromatic taste enhances white meat dishes and exotic dishes. The fruits are elongated and of a bright yellow colour.
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Seeds of a variety of Mexican origins, very productive and medium-early cycle. The plant is bushy, 50 cm tall and 30-35 cm broad, produces fruits with small clusters 5-6cm long, very spicy, of intense red colour when fully ripe. Ideal for cultivation in open field or in pot.
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Seeds of a chocolate-coloured variety of the powerful and famous Indian Chili pepper, whose name means "Bite of the Cobra".  The plant is very prolific giving always an excellent harvest, the fruits are elongated, chocolate-colored and with smooth skin, it is very tasty and excellent in exotic dishes and meat. It has a spiciness of 800,000...
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Seeds of a variety of Calabrian origins. The plant produces small fruits about 3 cm long, bright red when fully ripe, very spicy. Used for fresh consumption, to prepare spicy sauces and pasta dishes. Spiciness: 150,000 degrees Shu.
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Seeds of a variety widely used in Caribbean cuisine. The fruit is characterized by a spiciness that on the Scoville scale is between 100,000 and 350,000. Similar in shape to that of the habanero has a length of about 4 cm with a bright color and fruity taste. It can be cultivated both in pot and in open field.
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Seeds of a very resistant variety. This is an ornamental plant due to the bright colours of the leaves and fruits, framed by its white flowers.  The fruits are about 4 cm long and their colouration passes from the green, when they are immature, to the red, once reached the full ripeness. They grow in clusters facing upwards. They...
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Seeds of a very productive variety. The fruits, small and with a slightly elongated shape, have a bright yellow colour, similar to that of the lemon, as the name also recalls. The sowing takes place between April and May and the harvest between July and October.
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Seeds of a variety that is a more squat variant of the color Orange Habanero straw Orange. The plant is very productive and the fruits have a sweet, fruity taste. The spiciness is around 300,000 Shu. Their color is a pinkish yellow, from which they take their name.
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Seeds of a variety of Mexican origin. This variety has a bushy plant, compact and about 50 cm high. It produces 4-5cm long cornet fruits, of a very dark colour, almost black. It has a degree of spiciness between 50000 and 100000 Vipers.
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Seeds of a variety native to the Americas. The plant that can reach the 80-90 cm is characterized by a sapling shape and generally requires a support. The fruit, elongated in shape, when ripe, can be of different colors: from green to yellow, orange to red and it is this variety of colors that makes it very beautiful.
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Seeds of an early-cycle variety. Compact plant with glossy dark green foliage. The fruits are of pyramidal shape, rather small, which are born turned upwards. They are usually dark green and bright red when fully ripe. Suitable for cultivation in pot and full soil.
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Seeds of a very productive variety. Compact plant that produces small fruits, elongated, maximum length 8/10 cm, ideal to be stored in oil. The sowing takes place between February and April and the harvest between July and October.
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Seeds of a variety of easy cultivation. The berries are between 11 and 17 cm long, the color goes from green to purple red when fully ripe. They have a sweet taste and a fundamental characteristic, a thin skin with a low water content that allows a quick drying. The pepper is consumed both green and red, raw or dried and reduced to powder.
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Seeds of a typical variety of southern Italy, in the specific Calabrian area of Soverato. This is one of the varieties of classic Calabrian chillies much loved and appreciated in our kitchen, with an average spiciness, around 30,000 on the Scoville scale.
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Seeds of an ancient and important variety in the Tuscan reality. The name is linked to its shape of a "basket". The flesh is soft, firm, little watery and with few seeds; the skin is thin. The size is very variable: the berries weigh about 150-200 grams, but can reach up to 300 grams each. It is excellent well ripe in salad,...
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Seeds of a rustic variety with a determined growth and a medium cycle. The fruits are rather big, of about 100/120 grams, and are flattened with well pronounced ribs. The flesh is very tasty. Suitable for cultivation in the open field.
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Seeds of a medium-late variety of ancient origins and much sought after, especially in Tuscany in the Florentine area. It produces flat fruits, ribbed, which can reach about 200 grams of weight and are of an intense and bright red color when fully ripe. Ideal eaten fresh, grilled and for sauces.
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Seeds of a typical variety of the Ligurian Riviera. Its flesh is very tasty, slightly floury, with very few seeds and the aroma is as genuine as the tomatoes of the past. Very productive variety, it is naturally resistant to virus. The berries can exceed 300 grams of weight.
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Seeds of a variety that is characterized by the excellent organoleptic qualities of its berries. The plant is vigorous, medium-cycle, suitable for production in open field and greenhouse. The fruit has a characteristic shape, with marked ribbing and average size (220-260 g). The color is medium green slightly collected, which becomes red when...
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Seeds of a typical variety of the Ligurian coast. It can be harvested and used small, like a simple zucchini, or when fully ripe like a pumpkin. Of easy cultivation, it is also easy to conserve over time. When fully ripe, it has a rather elongated and curved shape, with a roundish base. It can be pale green or yellow.
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Seeds of an ancient Piedmontese variety. This variety has been improved over time thanks to the French variety of violet celery. The fruit develops in a resistant way and with an erect and vigorous posture and resists well both to the heat and to the cold. The color of this variety of celery is red-violet, fading towards white. The...
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Seeds of a very common variety in vegetable gardens, which needs little care and little, but constant, watering. The ideal planting period is spring. It is preferable to sow directly in the field, therefore without transplantation. The plants do not exceed too much in the growth. The tomatoes are medium-sized, rounded, with smooth and...
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Seeds of a variety that should be cultivated especially during the summer. It is ideal for sowing in the garden or in the open field. The leaves are bright green, slightly curled on the final enlargement. They are crunchy and have a delicate taste.
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Seeds of a typical variety of the Roman area and central Italy. This variety has an elongated head and leaves of a dark green colour, wide white and crispy coast. It can be used both for cutting and head and is excellent in salads.
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Seeds of a roundish variety with smooth leaves. It can be cultivated more or less all the year round even if it is preferable to transplant them towards the spring. It is ideal for cultivation in field, greenhouse or in pot. The leaves are broad, bright green.
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Seeds of a variety that can  grow all year. Its cycle is about 30-60 days after transplantation to the soil. Basket with large jagged leaves, this variety of lettuce has leaves of a characteristic dark brown color on the outside of the leaf and green inside.
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Seeds of a variety that is easy to grow even in summer. The leaves are tender and sweet, ranging in colour from green to dark brown. The crop cycle is about 30/60 days. After cutting reborn quickly. It is excellent for salads.
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Seeds of a fairly early variety, easy to cultivate. The head is open, with leaves with jagged edges, tender and sweet. Suitable for harvesting spring, summer and autumn. It has a crop cycle of about 30/60 days.
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Seeds of a variety suitable for greenhouse and open field cultivable all year round. The leaves are curled, of a beautiful bright green. Sweet and tender, they are also used to decorate the dishes. Culture cycle of about 30/50 days.
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Seeds of a very common variety in Mediterranean cuisine. The lettuce is born as a rather compact head, represents a species that can be consumed also as cutting lettuce. The light green leaves are curly and crunchy. It can be cultivated all year round.
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Semi di una varietà pregiata originaria della Campania nella zona di Montoro. Frutto dal gusto dolce, delicatamente aromatico, utilizzabile per tutti i piatti, Ha un'ottima conservabilità dopo la raccolta. Periodo di semina tra marzo e giugno.
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Seeds of a fine variety originating in Campania in the area of Montoro. Fruit with a sweet taste, delicately aromatic, usable for all dishes, It has an excellent shelf life after harvest. Planting period between March and June.
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Seeds of a typical variety selected in the territory of Ragusa and especially in the area of Giarratana, from which it takes its name.  This onion is very appreciated for its unique taste, sweet and delicate and for its large size.At harvest, the oval-crushed onions can reach a remarkable specific weight of about 3 kg.
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Seeds of a very old variety, native to France.  The sowing takes place from the end of March to the end of Autumn and the harvest in spring or summer. Its fine, sweet taste is much loved by the chefs of the gourmet cuisine. The tuber has a characteristic yellow color, from which it also takes its name.
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Seeds of a rustic variety. This variety has the particular characteristic of having green leaves and ribs of a bright red color. Its leaves are tender and tasty and can be used in cooking similar to spinach. Ideal for direct sowing, from February to August, and the harvest runs from April to January.
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Seeds of a hybrid variety, very productive. Native of the North America area, this variety produces unceasingly cylindrical fruits, very contained, of pale green colour and brilliant, very uniform, 14-16 cm long with white pulp, crunchy and of an exquisite sweet and delicate taste.  It is a variety that in the summer reaches higher than...
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Seeds of a not very diffused variety but that can be cultivated also during the coldest periods. Celeriac is a variant of ribbed celery, of which the root is consumed rather than the leaves. In the first year from the cultivation will have a luxuriant development of the vegetation and more importantly the root will swell reaching the...
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Seeds of a variety very resistant to diseases and viruses. Fruits are extremely tasty, among the sweetest, with tomatoes of over 250 g. The tomatoes are roundish and ribbed, dark red in colour, with shades ranging from red to black. Very tasty, they have a thick flesh. Ideal is the transplant between March and June.
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Seeds of a hybrid variety of dwarf tomato. The plant is vigorous and very resistant. Fruits are roundish, with smooth peel, of a colour varying from green to bright red when fully ripe. They are excellent to be consumed both fresh and for the production of preserves.
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Seeds of a hybrid variety, with a medium-early cycle and destined to be cultivated especially in family gardens. Fruits are smooth, fragrant, of the average weight of gr. 200/230 with light green collecting. The plant is very thick, particularly suitable for outdoor cultivation.
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Seeds of a medium-cycle variety. This variety’s roots are white and the leaves, rising upwards more and more green. Leek is cooked mainly the root, the leaves are hardly used in the kitchen. Ideal for cultivation in the garden or greenhouse.
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Seeds of a tropical variety, with African origins. Typical of South American and oriental cuisine, in Brazil it is called Quiabo. Its flowers have white or yellow petals, with a garnet centre. What is interesting about this plant, however, is the pod, which is then cooked as a vegetable. It is a chilli-like vegetable of those far and green, rich in...
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Seeds of an early variety, vigorous, very healthy and productive. The plant needs support for proper growth. The small elongated fruits are sweet, bright red. The tomatoes are born in clusters. They are perfect for sauces of excellent quality.
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Seeds of a medium-early cycle variety. Fruits, with a rounded shape, are of a colour going from bright green to light red, depending on the period of ripeness. Medium-large, these tomatoes can reach up to 300 grams each. Excellent for cultivation in greenhouses or in the open field.
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Seeds of a medium-early variety. The undetermined plant needs supports in order to grow properly. Cylindrical-oval fruit of about 18-22 gr, bright red color. The plant is vigorous and ensures excellent production with single or double bunches.
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Seeds of a very productive variety. The plant of this tomato variety needs a support for proper growth and can be transplanted in the garden or open field since March. It is suitable to be consumed fresh from salad and ripe for sauces.
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Seeds of a rather productive variety. It needs support in order to grow properly. The tomato has the typical shape of a horn. The fruit has a pink color, tending to bright red, and inside the pulp is very juicy. Ideal for salads.
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Seeds of a very productive variety. This variety, from the abundant and rather grouped production, produces large light green pods with brown seeds spotted of violet. The planting period is from February to November and the harvesting period is from April to July. It needs a very rich soil, it wants exposure to the sun and it is ideal for...
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Seeds of a variety of Calabrian origins, as it is evident from the name. The plant is very productive and prefers a cultivation in full sun, with regular but not abundant irrigation. Fruits are about 3 cm deep red when fully ripe. Variety widely used in spicy sauces and traditional Mediterranean dishes. Their spiciness is quite high.
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Seeds of a very resistant variety, which needs very little care. The sowing takes place in autumn/winter and the harvest takes place about 2 months after the transplantation in the ground. Suitable for sowing in the garden or open field, it is not recommended to sow in pot. The plant tolerates well the cold and does not love heat and...
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Seeds of a vigorous variety. Fruits are large with a sweet taste and thick flesh, of a bright red color. The plant needs a well fertilized soil in order to be able to grow properly, moreover it prefers a slight shade in summer to avoid the sunburn.
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Seeds of a very productive variety. Ideal both for cultivation in the garden and in pot. The medium-sized plant produces numerous thin, elongated peppers. The fruit is dark green when just born and bright red once fully ripened. This variety has a medium spiciness.
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Seeds of a variety that requires good sun exposure to grow well. This is a variety that likes well drained soils. The fruit has a very sweet, thick and crunchy flesh. Intense red color that reaches a unique brilliance when ripe.
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Seeds of a variety with an early medium cycle. The result is a high plant, vigorous and fertile. The fruit has a square shape, slightly elongated. Dark green when not yet fully ripe, intense red when fully ripened. This variety of peppers is particularly suitable for cultivation in greenhouses.
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Seeds of a variety with an early medium cycle and very resistant to diseases. This type of pepper is born with a yellow square fruit, with a sweet, thick and fleshy flesh. The first fruits produced by the plant should be eliminated when they are still small, in order to favour the vegetative development. They have to be transplanted in the...
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Seeds of a variety with an unmistakable sweet taste and digestible pulp, of exceptional thickness. The sowing takes place during the cold months and the transplantation between march and June. This variety of peppers have an intense yellow color, with some green nuances depending on the ripeness.
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Seeds of a rather productive variety. This variety of melon has an intense green skin, the flesh is juicy, whitish. Despite its name this plant fears the cold, in fact it prefers sunny soils, especially in the first period of growth. It is ideal for summer cultivation, this plant does not need too much water.
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Seeds of a variety with smooth peel and juicy, yellow flesh. This is a melon of slightly smaller size than average. The production period is between June and September. It has an exotic flavor, very aromatic, which makes it perfect for gourmet dishes.
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Seeds of an early variety with a high productivity. Fruits are spineless, with a consistent pulp and very few seeds. Eggplants can exceed up to 800g in weight each. The compact plant is easy to cultivate.
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Seeds of a typical variety of southern Italy. It is a particular species of eggplant that the shape resembles the tomato. The berries, of small size, can reach a width of 9 cm and weigh up to 200 gr each. At the beginning of ripening, the colour is orange, at full ripeness bright orange tending to glossy red. They have a roundish and flattened shape and...
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Seeds of a rounded fruit variety, slightly ribbed. This variety of aubergines is typical of central Italy and especially of the Florentine area. Large fruit and delicate flavor, has a low presence of seeds and is great to be prepared on the grill.
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Seeds of a rather productive variety, whose plant can reach up to 2 and a half meters of height. The fruits are not bitter, with a tender peel and few seeds and with typical white streaks on the peel. Eggplants with an oval shape, slightly elongated, can be harvested when they are quite small or left on the plant until they are completely ripe.
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Seeds of a late-cycle hybrid variety. It is ideal for planting it in the garden, this variety needs a soil that is well drained and where no water stagnations are formed.  The plant is vigorous, covering and very productive. The flesh is tender, with few seeds and sweet taste. The peel, of pale violet colour, has some typical...
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Seeds of a variety with an early cycle, suitable for cultivation in greenhouses and in open field. Fruits of this variety can reach between 20 and 25 cm of length each. They have an elongated shape and are of a glossy black colour, with a white flesh, consistent and with a slow development of the seeds.
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Seeds of a rustic variety. Aubergines have an elongated shape and assume a glossy colouration, very dark, tending to black, when at their maximum maturation (it can reach the 25 cm of length). They can be cultivated also in pot but they prefer a cultivation in open field.
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Seeds of a variety with a rather long vegetative cycle. Seeds are salmon-coloured, streaked with brown. The first harvest of the fresh pods takes place after 80 days from sowing. The sowing period is from April to June.
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Seeds of a very productive variety. The cucumber that comes from this plant is particularly suitable for pickled storage. The plant is vigorous with an early cycle and produces short pickles, light green with dark thorns. Cucumbers should be harvested between 45 and 65 days after sowing.

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Seeds of a typical variety of southern Italy, in the specific area of Polignano. This variety is particularly suitable for greenhouse cultivation but it also lends itself quite well to direct sowing in open fields. With a characteristic bright green colour, these cucumbers have a slightly elongated shape, not too long.
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Seeds of a variety of Apulian origins. It resembles a melon but has the characteristics of a cucumber and are cultivated mainly in the south of Bari. Of this variety are consumed unripe fruits (peponids), even if very small, raw, without seasoning or sprinkled with salt, in salad or to accompany first courses. It has a green skin and the...
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Seeds of a very early variety. It produces watermelons similar in size to a very large melon (about 3 or 4 kg). The skin of this watermelon variety is dark green with lighter streaks and its flesh is red and juicy, with very few seeds. It is ideal, for weight and size, for a family of 4 people.
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Seeds of a medium-sized variety. Its characteristic dark skin contains a bright red flesh, juicy and sugary. Peculiarities of this watermelon are the very few seeds inside. Its cultivation takes place in the summer season, as for the other varieties of watermelon, in the specific between June and September.
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Seeds of a variety of excellence. The resulting garlic has enormous dimensions compared to the other varieties, and the taste is decidedly more delicate than the common varieties. Each garlic can reach up to 800 grams in weight. The harvest takes place between June and July, at the yellowing of the vegetation.
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Seeds of a very early variety and very resistant to cracks. A vegetable with a compact shape, heart cabbage can weigh up to 1 kg each. The sowing takes place from March until October and must be harvested 55 days after transplanting. Its taste tending to sweet makes it perfect to flavor salads and serve cooked as a side dish.
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Seeds of a variety very easy to cultivate, both in the garden and in pot. The plant is presented in the form of small shrubs about 30 cm high. The stems are variously ramified and covered by several lanceolate leaves of pale green colour covered by a very thin layer of whitish down. The leaves, rubbing them, give off a pleasant aroma. It loves sunny...
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Seeds of a perennial variety found mainly in Europe and Asia. It is an aromatic grass that grows up to 10 to 50 cm. The leaves of the catnip, striped and green like that of the mint, are arranged in pairs, rotated by 90,- compared to the previous ones and become increasingly smaller as you climb towards the stem.  The whole plant exudes a...
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Seeds of a perennial variety. The tubiform leaves have the characteristic taste of the onion, of which the plant is closely related and from which it takes its name. It is ideal for cultivation in the garden or in pot. The plant is formed by thick bushes that reach about 25 cm in height. The root is bulbous, while the leaves are long...
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