• Kale – Arun F1

  • Kale – Dwarf Green Curled Afro

    Tozer Seed’s selection of Dwarf Green which stands severe winter weather extremely well. It has good uniformity for an open pollinated variety.
  • Kale – Mamba F1

    New for Trial Kale Mamba F1 has an upright plant habit with good uniform, narrow leaves. It is high yielding and has excellent vigor. It is great for multiple harvests. Mamba F1 has also shown good resistance to foliar diseases.
  • Mulberry F1

    Vigorous and erect plant. Light purple round shaped curds. Good jacket. Versatile variety combining attractive color and good flavor. Maturity 85-95 days
  • Green Ballhead – Consulate F1

    Tundra type. Long standing with blue-green slightly savoyed heads. . .
  • Green Ballhead – Embassy F1

    Very hardy, attractive heads with slightly savoyed foliage weighing on average 1kg and maturing October to March. Very good shape and colour with excellent culinary qualities, making this variety a great choice for growers.
  • Green Ballhead – Sherwood F1

    Extremely versatile hybrid with solid dark green heads with a very sweet flavour. Average head weight of 1kg with short internal core. Crops August to October with good holding ability.
  • Green Production - Marabel F1

    The original Tozer January King hybrid. It is high yielding and very long standing. Marabel matures from November onwards, with a large dense head. .
  • Green Production - Noelle F1

    Maturing from mid-October. Noelle is long standing with good head weight and colour. Ideal size for retail packs. .
  • Red Blaze TZ 7037 F1

    This is an outstanding variety of purple sprouting broccoli for the late autumn cropping period of October and November. This can be a difficult harvest slot, but it can be cropped from late July onwards from sequential sowings. The colour, yield and stem qualities of this variety make it an excellent choice. . . . .
  • Red Fire F1 TZ 5055

    This outstanding winter hardy variety produces uniform, erect plants which mature from the end of January to start of March depending upon the sowing date and location. The stems are easy to pick with excellent colour and medium to large heads with 8-15cm stem diameter. It is generally best programmed for one main pick with a follow-up secondary pick after…
  • Rudolph

    Bred to perform well in the September to February period but is at its best from November to February. Produces good sized spears ideal for fresh market sales and prepack. Plants are large framed and suit fertile, heavy soil types.
  • Summer Purple

    Summer Purple was bred for summer/autumn production, cropping late June to October depending upon sowing date, season and the location. A versatile variety with large frame and good yields over a long cropping period.
  • Autumn Star

    TZ 0357 is the earliest of the three Kalettes® varieties, maturing from October. This variety has superb vigour and produces high yields of Kalettes® which are exceptionally easy to harvest. Remaining in good condition until at least the end of November, this variety develops a great sweet and nutty flavour as the season progresses. Approximately 180 days to maturity
  • Christmas Rose F1

    TZ 0479 has exceptional maturity up the stem, this is the tallest of the three Kalettes® varieties and will produce high yields of tasty Kalettes® for the all-important Christmas period, remaining in top quality throughout the whole of November and December. Approximately 240 days to maturity .
  • Snowdrop

    TZ 0101 is an extremely winter hardy Kalettes® variety with slightly shorter stems which are resistant to lodging in high winds, this variety matures from January to February. The Kalettes® will remain in excellent condition during this challenging growing period and have performed well in trials even in heavy snow and freezing conditions. Approximately 300 days to maturity
  • Kale – Red Russian

    Tender colourful, speciality for bunching and baby leaf. Leaves are flat with red purple / red veins, colour intensifies with the cooler temperature.
  • Buttonhole Kale® – Starmaker

    Starmaker forms a small rosette head that makes a fantastic high value product for contemporary dining. Bold, bright pink ribs contrast against the dark green sweet leaf. The outer leaves can also be cut and used as a colourful shredded product to give added value.
  • Coloured Kale - Casper

    This new variety has the best eating qualities of all the kales. The textured, ruffled leaves develop a striking contrasting white centre as they mature and have a very sweet flavour and have the crispest texture. The very ruffled leaves give great bag-fill. This variety is also suitable for multiple cuts.
  • Coloured Kale - Roulette

    This stunning new kale variety has a deep red textured leaf and a striking pink mid vein running throughout the leaf. Suitable for multiple cuts, this variety is very versatile. It is the best variety for use as a baby leaf kale but also works well as a mature plant.
  • Kale - Black Jack F1

    The F1 hybrid cavolo nero has very uniform, thin, dark and well textured leaves which are perfect for bunching. This plant has a neat, rosette shaped plant habit which is easy to harvest. This variety is cold weather resistant and can stand tougher conditions. Bolt resistance is also high for this variety.
  • Savoy – Endurance F1

    Our latest Savoy variety. Produces small to medium, blue-green, compact heads, January to April. In trials it has been found to go into the winter small and then fills out with a good clean appearance.
  • Savoy – Providence F1

    An attractive dark blue-green mid-season Savoy with fine, deeply blistered leaves. Solid well filled, round heads of 0.7–1.2 kg are produced, with a short core and excellent eating equalities.
  • Savoy – Resolution F1

    A mid-season Savoy for mid-October to mid-December harvesting. Mid-green and attractive with solid round heads. Sow April to May.
  • Cavolo Nero – Black Magic

    A new variety of black cabbage breed by Tozer Seeds. Winter hardy with darker, savoyed leaves than conventional varieties. Flavour improves with frost. Use as baby leaf as a savoyed brassica. Mature leaves grow as a rosette rather than on a true stem.
  • Churchill F1 TZ 0151

    A first early variety, maturing late August to October. Churchill produces good yields of tight, evenly spaced buttons with a superb flavour. Approximately 180 days to maturity .
  • Churchill F1 TZ 0151

    Specialist variety producing red sprouts which improve in colour after cold weather. In our opinion the best red variety available. Approximately 210 days to maturity