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Scarlet Kale Seeds

The broad, frilly, purple leaves grow on 2-3' tall, upright stalks. Scarlet compares to Redbor in height, leaf shape, and color. Good uniformity for an open-pollinated variety. Great for baby leaf and bunching, and can also be used as a bedding ornamental.

S$5.00

Kang Kong Seeds

Water spinach (Ipomea aquatica) is of East Indian origin and a member of the Convolvulaceae (morning glory) family. It has long, jointed and hollow stems, which allow the vines to float on water or creep across muddy ground. Adventitious roots are formed at nodes which are in contact with water or moist soil.

S$4.00

Xiao Bai Cai Seeds

Xiao Bai Cai suitable for growing in Singapore weather

S$4.00

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Korean Mint Seeds

Hardy plants with thick heart-shaped 2” leaves that sun-blush purple during their ideal salad phase. Harvest continually by the leaf or stem tips for judicious use in salad mix, or cut in bunches as you would basil. Purple flower spikes follow the tender eating stage, making sturdy fragrant cut flowers that will hold color and smell even after drying.

S$4.00

Litmus Paper

Litmus paper used for testing soil PH level. Getting the right PH level for your soil is crucial to appropriate soil management for growing your vegetables and fruits.

S$5.00

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Red Bayam (Red Amaranth)

Medium green, oval to heart-shaped leaves are overlaid with burgundy red.Comparable to spinach in flavor. Often used in soups.

S$4.00

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Dwarf Pak Choy (Nai Bai)

This is ‘Baby Bok Choy’, the famous Asian green. It is often referred to as Nai Bai or dwarf type with white spoon-shaped petioles and dark green glossy leaves. This variety can tolerate heat. It can be grown year round in Singapor

S$4.00

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Lettuce

Lettuce great to be used for salad greens and suitable for Singapore weather

S$4.00

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Cai Xin

A common Asian green with juicy, tender leaves and small yellow flowers. Germinate in about 4 to 5 days. They grow best in well drained soil under full sun and can be harvested 30 to 50 days upon sowing. Cai Xin leaves and stems can be lightly boiled, stir-fried or used in soups.

S$4.00

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