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We'll be giving away over 300,000 seeds to highlight the problem of food poverty and encourage the people of Eastbourne to grow vegetables and donate them to people in need within our community.
You can choose from the varieties below and collect from the Hut at The Beacon on Saturday 5th March 10-2.

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cabbage Greyhound

An early, reliable favourite that produces tasty pointed heads

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french bean Stanley

A dwarf bean that produces masses of long, straight beans

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pepper Californian Wonder

Lovely big sweet peppers that can be eaten red or green.

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tomato Marglobe

A vigorous, disease-resistant variety that produces lots of uniform fruits.

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calabrese Ironman

Tasty, uniform heads that are easy to grow and generally tolerant to disease.

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lettuce Salad Bowl

A mix of red and green loose leaves that will keep on growing.

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runner Scarlet Emperor

Bumper crops of lovely beans, high in vitamin C, folate, iron and fibre

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tomato Red Cherry

An abundant crop of delicious irresistible cherry tomatoes

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cucumber Telegraph

Reliable variety producing good sized, tasty fruits inside and out.

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pea Kelvedon Wonder

A reliable, heavy cropping variety with super-sweet peas.

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spinach  Denton

A smooth leaved variety that can be use raw in salads or cooked.