from The Team at The Chef's Garden @ Epicurean
Green Garlic is garlic that is harvested before the bulb forms. The bulb will look like that of a green onion (aka spring onion)
Courgette Flowers (Male Only)
Squash blossoms are the edible flowers of Cucurbita species, particularly Cucurbita pepo, the species that produces zucchini, marrow, spaghetti squash, and many other types of squash.
At the Chef’s Garden @ Epicurean, one of our favourite spring vegetables are globe artichokes, belonging to the same family as thistles
Garlic Chives is a perennial in zones 3 to 10. It has flat, grass-like leaves with a mild, part onion-part garlic flavor.
Chard sometimes called Swiss chard or Rainbow Chard
Organic Tomatoes Seeds
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Pipi at Home Cook Book ( On Special )
Heart-warming home-cooked food from the owner of iconic Hawke's Bay restaurant, Pipi. Recipes By Alexandra Tylee
There are several varieties of sorrel available and at The Chef’s Garden @ Epicurean we grow French sorrel (Rumex scutatus) and the rather stunning red-veined sorrel (Rumex sanguineus).
VBP35 with Fruit
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Loved by chefs and home cooks for its ease of use and the flavour and interest it adds to a plate,
Baby leaf greens are more mature than micro-greens and their leaves are harvested when they are between 5cm and 14cm according to the variety.
One of our Specialty Salads
Our mesclun mix contains no lettuce, but rather assorted and interesting tender, young salad leaves including endives and radicchios, resulting in a robust flavoured salad mix.
VBS25 with Fruit
Veggie Box with Fruit Only $37+GST and Freight
Handcrafted Wild Endive Salad
A mix of wild herbs, edible weeds, chicory and radicchio, contrasting bitter and sweet flavours to give a salad that has great visual appeal and is satisfying to eat.
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