Oriental Vegetables Feature
A taste of the orient: more familiar in Japan, China and other Aisian countries there is a wide range of vegetables that are perfectly happy being grown in British gardens and our climate means that most of these vegetables are at their best from late summer through the autumn and on into the winter. They follow on from the more traditional vegetables and so give you a wide variety as other harvests tail off.
They are also among the most productive vegetables it is possible to grow: versatile is the perfect description. Many can be eaten as salads from seedling size onwards. Leave them to grow on and both leaf and stems can be used. Allow some to carry on and the flower buds will also form tasty meals.
When you come to cook they are not limited to stir fry. Steam them, braise them, mix them with more familiar veggies such as carrots and serve them with your roast. Some can be added to soups, others can be used to make parcels for baking.
With our prices you can afford to try them for yourself. Our Spectacular Offer is a money saving place to start, and our range includes:
Choy Sum Komatsuna
Mizuna Mustard Leaf
Pak Choi Senposai.