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Irish Seed Savers


Supporters Organic Seed Catalogue

When you become a supporter of the Irish Seed Savers you are entitled to FREE seeds and FREE potato seeds from our supporter's catalogue. On the left of this page you can download an order form. Please post in your completed order form and we'll have your seeds off to you as soon as possible.

Tomatoes and peppers

  • Arctic Circle

    Arctic Circle

    Compact bush-type, bred in Canada especially for cool-climate, short-season gardening. Bright scarlet fruit, mix of sizes, sweet and tangy taste.

  • Aurora


    So called for the Aurora Borealis. A bush variety from Siberia, germinates at low temperatures and grows well in cool conditions - good for outdoors. Large, slightly flattened, juicy red fruit which ripens early.

  • Stupice


    A cordon tomato, productive cropper, ripening early with an abundance of medium-sized, tangy red fruits. Grows and ripens well outdoors.

  • Silver Fir Tree

    Silver Fir Tree

    A Russian heirloom. Compact bush plants with unusual finely-divided ferny foliage. Crops early with large, sweet delicious red fruits. Good for container growing, too.

  • Red Centiflor

    Red Centiflor

    Aptly named tomato producing literally 100s of flowers and fruits in huge sprays in many trusses. Sweet tasty round red cherry tomatoes.

  • Mexican midget

    Mexican midget

    Tall vining plants with well-spaced trusses, loaded with delicious red cherry tomatoes. The fruit holds well over a long period. Produces well outdoors with good blight resistance.

  • Caro Rich

    Caro Rich

    A beautiful smooth orange fruiting variety with medium to large fruit; quite dense flesh, good for sauces. 10 times as much beta-carotene as usual. A cordon type with high fruit yields.

  • Broad Ripple Currant

    Broad Ripple Currant

    A small, tasty, yellow currant tomato, reputedly found growing through a crack in the pavement in Ohio. Slender vines need support for huge trusses of tiny fruit. Can be grown outdoors. Good blight resistance.

  • Polen


    A cordon variety that produces many sprays of small, golden, plum-shaped fruit. Sweet and delicious, it fruits late into the Originally from Poland, through the Gatersleben genebank.

  • Yellow Scotland

    Yellow Scotland

    This 'Northern' yellow cordon variety fruits over a long season with quantities of medium/large, round sweet fruits. A delight to taste.

  • Zelta Gailis

    Zelta Gailis

    A heritage variety, vigorous cordon giving heavy trusses of long large yellow plum fruits (up to 14cm long). Good for both slicing fresh and cooking.

  • Tom's Green Zebra

    Tom's Green Zebra

    This is a beautiful fruit. Golden-yellow striped deep green with wonderfully sweet tart emerald flesh, bred by tomato enthusiast Tom Wagner.

  • Black Plum

    Black Plum

    A productive heirloom variety from Russia. A cordon, loaded with fruit ripening from mid-August. The tomatoes are a rich red mahogany colour, plum-shaped, and are delicious in salads and excellent for sauces.

  • Sniega Pika

    Sniega Pika

    One of our Latvian varieties that were trialled by members last year. This one had a good write up form the guardian Jennifer Wilson, so we grew it on at Capparoe this summer.

  • Lipstick


    A dependable cropper under cover, even in cool summers. Cone-shaped fruits, ripening to glossy bright red with delicious sweet flavour, either raw or cooked.

  • Mila's Bulgarian Red

    Mila's Bulgarian Red

    Beautiful, long, tapering, juicy, thick-walled scarlet peppers growing on vigorous strong plants up to 1m tall. Many of the peppers were 10-15cm long. Delicious fruity flavour.

  • Antohi Romanian

    Antohi Romanian

    Brought from Romania by Jan Antohi; produces good upright plants which give a heavy yield of tapered, sweet and flavoursome, scarlet-red peppers.

  • Chocolate Miniature

    Chocolate Miniature


    Dwarf plants with many chocolate-coloured peppers. Mild and sweet-flavoured. Chunky texture, so ideal for stuffing and roasting.

  • Elefantenrussel Chilli

    Elefantenrussel Chilli

    A European heirloom variety. Tall plants with long delicate branches bearing huge quantities of long slender chillis. Starting dark green they ripen to a brilliant yellow with sweet medium/hot flavour.

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Sat 12pm - 4.30pm
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