The varieties "Black Hungarian" and "Red Cherry Chili" were crossbred in 2009 and selected since. Chili "Black Heart" shows purple flowers and leaves that resemble "Black Hungarian", while seeds are more similar to "Red Cherry Chili". The good aroma of both varieties has been preserved.Read more
Lisanco is a new open-pollinating population variety of sweetcorn and the world's first with an open source seed license. The variety was approved and registered in Germany in 2018. It is characterized by high uniformity of the cobs, good taste and a high sugar content.Read more
Paradise Rainbow lives up to its name: the grains of the multicoloured cobs are blue, green, yellow, white, pink, red, orange, purple, black and grey. Two-coloured grains also occur. The maize is specially bred for mixed cultivation with pole beans and pumpkin, following the milpa in Central America.Read more
Freeka is a crossbreed between the Blue Eyes (f) and Phureja Dreams (m) breeding lines. Both parental lines belong to Varietas, a small organic breeding company in Switzerland. Blue Eyes was registered as a niche variety in Switzerland in 2016.Read more
True Potato Seed (TPS) is the name given to the seeds from potato fruits, which breeders can use to develop new varieties. But these seeds are also interesting for amateur gardeners because they can save themselves the trouble of storing seed potatoes. Sown in February, the TPS produce potatoes of the best eating quality in autumn.Read more
Very aromatic, sweet and juicy cherry tomato. The bright yellow fruits hang in short bunches. Robust and strong-growing plant with loose foliage and high resistance in the field to leaf blight and brown rot Phytophtora infestans). The variety is early maturing and the fruits weigh about 20g.Read more
Classic red meat tomato (200g) for cooking or sandwiches. Medium fruit ripeness. Very robust, low-growing, medium-leaved plant, strong seedlings.
Vivaroma is a strain for lovers of intense tomato flavor and good balanced taste.
The classic red fruits are juicy and have a pleasantly thin shell.
With a fruit weight of about 50 g, Vivaroma is a rather small salad tomato, which is also ideal for fresh consumption.
The complex tomato: Strong growing plant, blight resistant, outdoor tomato. Also suitable for the greenhouse or pot culture. 15-20 litre pot is perfect. The leaves are black when the plant is young, but turn dark green with partly black spots over time.Read more
The firm tomato: Robust plant with dark green leaves. The leaves grow upside down. An advantage in strong sunlight. In the course of the season they turn again. Perfect panicle formation with the popular herringbone pattern. The tomatoes detach easily. Also well suited for sunny south-facing walls.Read more
The tart tomato: Are tomatoes too sweet for you? But you still want taste. Then this one is just right!
The exotic tomato: Vigorous tomato plant, slow growth with normal leaf. Medium-early ripening, good yield. The plant is staked out! Optimal for a small greenhouse, but also good on a sunny house wall. Only conditionally suitable for pot culture, but pots should then have at least 20 litres.
The sweet tomato: Strong-growing bush tomato with tender normal leaf. Leaves everywhere! Medium-early ripening, very good yield. The plant is not cut out! You can easily plant this variety in your garden. With the right "food" you will get a good harvest even in our climes.Read more
The low-acid tomato: Strong-growing bush tomato with tender normal leaf. Medium-early ripening, very good yield. The plant is not cut out! Extremely resistant to late blight. You can easily plant this variety in your garden. With the right "food" you will also get a good harvest in our climes.Read more
The tender tomato: Strongly growing, green-ripe tomato. Already early strong leaf formation. Not recommended for pots.
Green ripe tomatoes with green stripes. Oval-tapered, optimal salad tomato size. Creamy-soft, incredibly tender flesh. Little acidity and yet a great aroma characterises this fruit.
The resistant tomato: A fruity-sweet tomato. Yes, say goodbye to red. Not mealy, you can also eat them raw. Nevertheless, it is perfect for cooking. The plant has few leaves, it grows rather tenderly. Nevertheless, it is more productive than many of its "red colleagues". Strong fruit set due to short internodes. The fruits are easy to harvest.Read more