Seeds

Want to have beautiful backyard or garden with full of flowers and healthy vegetables ? With Serbajadi’s collection of seeds, you may plant whatever you like, be it herbs on your backyard or sunflowers on your front yard!

We also provide range of vegetables for you to plant on your garden and enjoy them after harvesting!

  • Serbajadi Antirrhinum Majus FS 001

    RM 5.20

    We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.

     

    Serbajadi Snapdragon FS001
    Antirhinum Majus
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138017
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: Medium, 2 - 4 (.6-1.2m )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Calendula Officinalis FS 002

    RM 5.20

    Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.

     

    Serbajadi Compositae ( Daisies )
    Calendula Officinalis
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138024
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: 18 in ( 46cm )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Callistephus Super Sinensis FS003

    RM 5.20

    Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.

     

    Serbajadi China Aster
    Callistephus Super Sinensis
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138031
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: 22 in ( 60cm )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Celosia Cristata FS 004

    RM 5.20

    We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.

     

    Serbajadi Crested Cocksomb
    Celosia Cristata
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138048
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: Tall, 1 - 3 ft (.3 - .9m )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Celosia Plumosa FS 005

    RM 5.20

    Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.

     

    Serbajadi Plumed Cockscumb
    Celosia Plumosa
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138055
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: Tall, 1 - 3 ft (.3 - .9m )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Coleus Blumei 006

    RM 5.20

    To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour – use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.

     

    Serbajadi Seeds Flame Nettle
    Coleus Blumei
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138062
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: Tall, 1 - 3 ft (.3 - .9m )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Cosmo Bipinatus FS 007

    RM 5.20

    During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.

     

    Serbajadi Common Cosmos
    Cosmo Bipinnatus
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138079
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: 4 - 5 ft ( 1.2 - 1.5m )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Cosmo Sulphreus FS 008

    RM 5.20

    If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.

     

    Serbajadi Cosmo Sulphreus
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138086
    • Availability: In Stock

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Delhinium Consolida FS 009

    RM 5.20

    We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.

     

    Serbajadi Delphinium
    Delphinium Consolica
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138093
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: Tall, 3 - 5 ft ( .9 - 1.5m )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Diantus Chinensis FS 010

    RM 5.20

    Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.

     

    Serbajadi Rainbow pinks
    Diantus Chinensis
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138109
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: Single, 18 in ( 46cm )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Helanthus Annus FS 011

    RM 5.20

    Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.

     

    Serbajadi Common Sunflower
    Helanthus Annus
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138116
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: Tall, 9 ft ( 2.4m)

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Helianthus Annus `Teddy Bear’ FS 012

    RM 5.20

    Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

     

    Serbajadi Van gogh Sunflower
    Helianthus Annuus
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138123
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: Tall, 3 ft (.9m )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Impatients Balsamina FS 014

    RM 5.20

    Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden.

     

    Serbajadi Balsam
    Impatients Balsamina
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138147
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: Tall, 2 ft ( 0.6m )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Ipomoae Tricolor FS 013

    RM 5.20

    During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.

     

    Serbajadi Moring - Glory
    Ipameca Tricolor
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138130
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: 10 ft ( 3cm )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Salvia Farinacea FS 016

    RM 5.20

    Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.

     

    Serbajadi Mealy - Cup Sage
    Salvia Farinacea
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138161
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: Tall, 2-3 ft ( .69m )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Tagetes Erecta FS 017

    RM 5.20

    To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour – use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.

     

    Serbajadi American marigold; African marigold
    Tagetes Erecta
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138178
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: 2 - 3 ft ( .6-.9m )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Tagetes Patula FS 018

    RM 5.20

    For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.

     

    Serbajadi French Marigold
    Tagetes Patula
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138185
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: Dwarf, 1 - 2 ft ( 3-6m )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Zinnia Elegans – Dwarf FS 020

    RM 5.20

    Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.

     

    Serbajadi Dahlia - Flowered Zinnia
    Zinnia Elegans
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138208
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: Dwarf, 1 - 3 ft ( .3 - .9m )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Zinnia Elegans – Tall FS 019

    RM 5.20

    If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.

     

    Serbajadi Cactus - flowered zinnia
    Zinnia Elegans
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138208
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: Tall, Up to 3 1/2 ft ( 1.1m )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Bermuda Grass Seeds

    RM 16.90

    Serbajadi Bermuda Grass Seeds is coated with a clay based product applied with a fungicide and dye.

     

    Serbajadi Bermuda Grass Seeds
    • Product Code: 9 556430 770439
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight:100 gm

    Serbajadi Bermuda Grass Seeds is coated with a clay based product applied with a fungicide and dye. The fungicide helps control seed and soil borne pathogens. Coated seeds are also easier to broadcast when planting. Bermuda grass seed minimum germination of quality seed is 80% or higher.

    Advise for Sowing Grass Seeds on Lawns

    1. Site Selection
    Prior to planting Serbajadi Bermuda Grass Seeds, please select a site that is in full sun and has well-drained soil. Proper drainage is essential for successful establishment and the development of mature healthy turf. If drainage tiles are required, this should be installed. Irrigation system piping should also be installed.
    2. Soil Test
    Next, you will need to carry out a soil test and pH test on your site. Amendments such as organic matter, lime and/or sulfur based on your soil tests can be added at this time.
    Soil pH is measured on a scale of 1-14 with 7 being neutral. A soil pH below 7 is considered acidic while a soil pH above 7 is considered alkaline. Bermuda grass prefers a soil pH of 6-7. Add Serbajadi Garden Lime to raise the pH of the soil.
    Occasionally, you may encounter an alkaline soil with a pH above 7.5. In such a case, you can lower the pH to the 6-7 range with an elemental sulfur product. The most common form of elemental sulfur is aluminum sulfate.
    3. Seedbed Preparation
    Till up your lawn area so that no weeds or grasses are left living in the area to be planted. This can be done with either a garden tiller, a tractor harrow/tiller or shovel. Loosen soil to a depth of 6-8 inches (15-20 cm) and put aside. Level area to proper grade with pulverized soil/sand at the surface. Now is the time to remove hills and depressions so that you have a nice smooth lawn. Remove debris (sticks, stones, etc), from the area.
    Place the loosen to soil back to the area, level the ground by raking or dragging something over the surface until it is smooth and level. This is the primary growth area for your new grass.
    Do not compact your soils on site by driving on with equipment when it is wet or damp.
    Do not use weed killers before or after planting seed.
    Note: You must allow a period of 10-14 weeks prior to, and 10-14 weeks after seeding date in which NO herbicides or weed & feeds can be applied. Keep area mowed frequently to control weeds.
    4. Seeding
    Bermuda Grass Seeding Rate for New Turf Applications
    Plant 100g of Serbajadi Bermuda grass seed (coated seed) per 8 square meters for new turf applications. More seed may be needed to ensure full coverage.
    You can use a commercial turf grass planter or sow the seeds by hand. For best results spread half of the seeds in one direction and another half in a different direction crisscross (90 degrees) to the first direction. This pattern ensures even coverage.
    Note: Too many seeds too close together causes seedlings to fight for room and nutrients. Grass may be weak or thin in these areas.
    Once your seeds are sowed, rake or drag the seeded area, so that as many of the seeds as possible are lightly covered (1/4 inch is ideal covering to hold moisture). This may be the most important step – a bare, open-to-the-air seed lying on the soil surface with no protection from extreme weather condition, cannot be kept moist enough to germinate well.
    Then if desired a light rolling will ensure good seed / soil contact. Irrigation is generally a requirement for best establishment. With the first watering, make sure that you apply enough water to wet the soil down to at least 6 to 8 inches. Apply the water gently with a handheld hose so that you don't wash the seed away or create puddles.
    You may have to water several times in short intervals until the bed is thoroughly wet. After that, water often enough to keep the top inch or so of the seedbed moist until the seed germinates. Soil moisture around the seed must be maintained for about 1 to 3 weeks or until new grass is two inches high. The seedbed must be kept moist during germination. Remember, seeds get only one shot at germination. Let them dry out, and they're dead. However, you don't want to overdo it. Too much water causes the seed to rot (wet is if you squeeze a ball of soil / water runs out - you don't want it that wet.).
    Note: Keep in mind that establishing a bermuda grass lawn from seed takes time! So be patient and do not expect an "instant lawn". Your lawn will grow to be beautiful over time!
    5. Protect the seedbed
    To keep kids, pets, or whatever off your newly seeded, very wet lawn, encircle it with brightly colored string attached to small stakes.
    6. Caring for your new lawn after germination
    As your new lawn becomes established, provide less frequent, deep watering to encourage deep root growth, depending on the weather. If you continue your everyday watering routine, you're likely to overdo it and rot the young seedlings. Also, if the ground is too wet, you can inhibit root growth.
    When you have a pretty even ground cover of new seedlings, try skipping a day of watering and see what happens. Watch the grass carefully. If the color starts to go from bright green to dull gray green, the grass needs water. You may have to water some quick-to-dry areas with a handheld hose.
    If the grass doesn't dry out, keep stretching the intervals between watering until you're on a schedule of once or twice a week, or as needed. When you do water, don't forget to water deeply, getting the moisture down 6 to 8 inches.
    Watch the color of the soil surface. As the soil dries, the surface becomes lighter in color. When you notice about half to two-thirds of the surface lightening up, it's about time to water.
    You also need to make your first application of fertilizer about 4 to 6 weeks after germination. We highly recommend our Baja Serbajadi Lawnmaster.
    7. The First Mowing of Bermuda Grass Lawns
    There's more to a new lawn than just watering. You need to mow the new lawn when it reaches 3 to 4 inches high. Mow when the soil is on the dry side; otherwise, you might tear up the new turf. In addition to avoid scalping the turf, do not remove more than 1/3 of the leaf blade per mowing. Minimum recommended mowing height (reel mowers) is 0.5 - 0.75 inches (12.5 to 18.75 mm). After the first mowing, mow every 3 to 7 days. Rotary mowers require higher minimum height (around 1”) to prevent scalping. Frequent mowing reduces the “brown look” on Bermuda grass.
  • Serbajadi Herb Seeds Genovese Basil

    RM 4.20

    Serbajadi Herb Seeds Genovese Basil – HS05 is the most popular herb avalaible.

     

    Serbajadi Herb Seeds Genovese Basil - HS05
    • Product Code: 9 556430 103114
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Serbajadi Herb Seeds Genovese Basil - HS05 is the most popular herb avalaible. It is easy to produces excellent yield upon growth. Serbajadu's Basil Genovese will grow into a sweet smelling plant in your garden.
    Note :This herb does not appreciate cold weather, and avoid direct scorching sun.

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. Prepare the soil. Soil that is relatively loose, full of compost/nutrients, and highly adaptable to acidic and alkaline soils. Growth best under drained and enriched fertilized soils. Test the pH of the soil, and incorporate peat moss into it if the soil is too basic. To create the perfect soil mixture, mix 50% potting soil with 50% compost for nutrients. This will create a light and airy soil mixture that will make it easier for the small root-system of the herb to attach itself to. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. Soak the seeds in soapy water. Fill a large cup or bowl with warm (not hot) water. Add a splash of dish soap, and stir the mixture to help it to dissolve. Place all of your seeds into the mixture and allow them to soak for one hour. The heat of the water and the dish soap will help to break down the notoriously tough outer casing of the seeds, helping them to grow faster than they would without soaking.
    3. Rinse and move the seeds to another bowl of water. Using a small strainer, pour the soapy water out and run the seeds under lukewarm water. This should remove any traces of the soap, and prepare them for the next step. Fill a bowl with very warm water (near 105 degrees Fahrenheit) and place the seeds in the water. Leave these to soak overnight to continue the germination process.
    4. Dry the seeds. After 24 hours soaking in the water, remove the seeds with a strainer and lay them out on a piece of wax paper to dry. When they have been fully dried, they are ready to be planted.
    5. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    6. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide.
    7. Thin out the seedlings to about 15cm/6" to 30cm/12" apart. Do this when they reach approximately 5cm (2") in height.
    8. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    9. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    10. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.
    12. Harvest leaves within 2 months of planting. Choose the cooler part of the day to harvest. When removing leaves, cut close to the stem.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Herb Seeds Parsley

    RM 4.20

    Serbajadi Herb Seeds Parsley – HS01 is the most nutritious avalaible.

     

    Serbajadi Herb Seeds Parsley - HS01
    • Product Code: 9 556430 103145
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Serbajadi Herb Seeds Parsley - HS01 is the most nutritious avalaible. This herb is highly adaptable and can grow under toughest of condition. This all season herb will definitly envilern your garden.
    Note : This herb is susceptible to pest due to it's high nutritious value. Please watch out for worms, insect and etc.

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. Prepare the soil. Soil that is relatively loose, full of compost/nutrients, and has a pH level between 6 and 7 is perfect for parsley. Test the pH of the soil, and incorporate peat moss into it if the soil is too basic. To create the perfect soil mixture, mix 50% potting soil with 50% compost for nutrients. This will create a light and airy soil mixture that will make it easier for the small root-system of the parsley to attach itself to. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. Soak the seeds in soapy water. Fill a large cup or bowl with warm (not hot) water. Add a splash of dish soap, and stir the mixture to help it to dissolve. Place all of your parsley seeds into the mixture and allow them to soak for one hour. The heat of the water and the dish soap will help to break down the notoriously tough outer casing of the parsley seeds, helping them to grow faster than they would without soaking.
    3. Rinse and move the seeds to another bowl of water. Using a small strainer, pour the soapy water out and run the seeds under lukewarm water. This should remove any traces of the soap, and prepare them for the next step. Fill a bowl with very warm water (near 105 degrees Fahrenheit) and place the seeds in the water. Leave these to soak overnight to continue the germination process.
    4. Dry the seeds. After 24 hours soaking in the water, remove the seeds with a strainer and lay them out on a piece of wax paper to dry. When they have been fully dried, they are ready to be planted.
    5. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    6. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide.
    7. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    8. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    9. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    10. Start your seeds indoors 2 to 3 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 2 to 3 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Amaranthus Perfect Red – Bayam Merah BBS 014

    RM 2.40

    Commonly known as Chinese spinach, this vegetable is not hard to recognize given its striking red leaves that concentrate at the crown of a long stem.

     

    Amaranth Perfect Red – Bayam Merah Istimewa
    Amaranthus spp.(Amaranthaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 103183
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Commonly known as Chinese spinach, this vegetable is not hard to recognize given its striking red leaves that concentrate at the crown of a long stem. Not only is red-leaved Amaranth flavoursome, it is inexpensive and can be grown quite easily in your garden. It is considered one of the world’s healthiest vegetables and exceptionally nutritious. Both the leaves and stems are edible, and delicious. The plant should be washed well and the leaves pulled off the stems before cooking. The stem is usually peeled before it is cooked. It can be steamed, simmered in soups, or cooked in coconut milk with root vegetables such as sweet potato or pumpkin.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves; shoots, stems
    Best soil: A light, sandy, well-drained and fertile soil.
    How to plant: The seeds should be sown very thinly on soil. Seedlings, when they sprout, should be planted about 3-6 inches apart.
    When to harvest: 30 days after sowing of seeds when leaves are 6” to 8” (15-25 cm) tall.
    How to harvest: For greens, use whole plant when they are small; carefully pull out whole plant from the ground. For large plants, cut off 3” to 4” from base of stems
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly. Nitrogenous fertilisers are required during active growth.
  • Serbajadi Angled Loofah -Petola BBS 029

    RM 2.40

    Angled Loofah or angled gourd is a vigorous climbing annual herb, has ten raised angular ridges running from the stalk to the tip of the fruit.

     

    Angled Loofah - Petola BBS029
    Luffa acutangula (L.) cylindrica. (Cucurbitaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 873116
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Angled Loofah or angled gourd is a vigorous climbing annual herb, has ten raised angular ridges running from the stalk to the tip of the fruit. Fruits are club-shaped, 60 – 270 cm long and 5-12 cm in diameter. Young fruits which are smaller in size are preferred as the interior becomes tough and fibrous in mature angled gourds. Peel off the ridges and the rest of the skin, which is bitter. Slice crosswise, leaving the seeds intact, and use in soups or stir-fried dishes. It is best to leave it in cold running water for at least 10 minutes before cooking.

    Type of vegetable: Seeds bearing fruits
    Edible parts: Fruits
    Best soil: Grows well on loams which are well fertilised with manure
    How to plant: It is propagated by seeds
    When to harvest:Immature fruits may be harvested when they are young
    How to harvest: Cut fruits from stalks with a pair of scissors or sharp knife.
    Care: Keep soil moist and weed regularly.
  • Serbajadi Aromatic Celtuce-Celtuce Beraroma BBS 017

    RM 2.40

    This is a variety of lettuce with swollen, crispy and fleshy stalk, is widely grown for use sliced and stir-fried.

     

    Aromatic Celtuce BBS017
    Lactuca sativa L. angustana Irish ex Bremer, syn. Var. asparagina Bailey(Compositae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 880053
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    This is a variety of lettuce with swollen, crispy and fleshy stalk, is widely grown for use sliced and stir-fried. This stem lettuce is an annual which tolerates a wide range of temperature. Highly aromatic! Vigorous growth. The plants are peeled and thinly sliced before being stir-fried. The hearts may also be eaten like small cos lettuce.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves; stems
    Best soil: Fertile, well-drained loose soil
    How to plant: Sow seeds ¼” deep 1” apart in rows 12” apart. Thin to 4” to 6” apart
    When to harvest: 45 days after sowing
    How to harvest: Carefully pluck whole plant from the ground
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly
  • Serbajadi Bitter Gourd – Kambas BBS 038

    RM 2.40

    Bitter gourd is an annual climbing tropical plant, with five-angled, grooved and hairy stems. The young fruits are dark green, and turn yellow or orange upon maturity. The bitter gourd is relished as a vegetable and valued for its medicinal qualities as well.

     

    Bitter Gourd - Peria Katak BBS038 F1 Hybrid
    Momordica charantia L. (Cucurbitaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 888967
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Bitter gourd is an annual climbing tropical plant, with five-angled, grooved and hairy stems. The young fruits are dark green, and turn yellow or orange upon maturity. The bitter gourd is relished as a vegetable and valued for its medicinal qualities as well. Belonging to the same family as cucumbers, squashes and gourds, the gourd with its typical ribbed and pointed appearance can be anything from 2 to 10 inches long. The ripe fruit bears brown, woody seeds, embedded in a red pulp.

    The bitter gourd is a vegetable many find hard to enjoy because of its bitter taste. However, once you learn of its goodness and slowly acquire a taste for it, you will be able to appreciate its unique flavour, especially when it is used in certain dishes.

    The fruit has many uses. It can be eaten as ulam after blanching in hot water and can also be cooked as a vegetable in a variety of ways in Malay, Chinese and Indian cuisine

    Deep-fried bitter gourd marinated in turmeric and spices is a common accompaniment with a banana leaf rice meal, while you could find it stir-fried with anchovies and chilies at a nasi campur stall.

    The Chinese may stir-fry it with egg or salted egg, boil it in soup or make yong tau foo with it. As for the nyonyas, they would cook it in a curry.

    If you are into juicing for health, adding some bitter gourd into your fruit and vegetable concoction would give the added boost of vitamins and minerals, and provide an uplifting flavour to your drink for sure.

    Bitter gourd provides a number of health benefits as it contains phytochemicals and antioxidants. It is low in calories and contains dietary fiber, minerals and vitamins. This vegetable is very nutritious with considerable amount of iron, calcium, phosphorus and other trace elements. It also contains various types of vitamins B, C and A, to help your body fight diseases.

    In traditional medicine, eating the fruit is said to purify the blood. It can also be used to treat skin diseases or the leaves can be boiled and the water used as a skin lotion. Bitter gourd is also noted as a type of plant insulin that helps lower blood sugar levels to help those with type 2 diabetes.

    Type of vegetable: Seeds bearing fruits
    Edible parts: Fruits
    Best soil: Bitter gourd tolerates a wide range of soil types
    How to plant: Soak seeds in water for 24 hours, then wrap them in damp paper towels and put them in a plastic bag. They should germinate within a couple of days. Sow the germinated seed in modules or small pots before transplanting.
    When to harvest: Immature fruits are harvested at 50-70 days from sowing. They must be picked before they ripen
    How to harvest: Cut fruits from stalks with a pair of scissors or sharp knife.
    Care: Bitter gourd needs plenty of water throughout growth.
  • Serbajadi Brinjal-Terung Panjang BBS 001

    RM 2.40

    The brinjal or eggplant is a popular vegetable in local kitchens. This vegetable is easy to grow and thrives best in a hot climate. This popular fruit vegetable belongs to the same family as tomato and hot pepper.

     

    F1 Hybrid Brinjal -Terung Panjang BBS001
    Solarnum melongena L. (Solanaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 873178
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    The brinjal or eggplant is a popular vegetable in local kitchens. This vegetable is easy to grow and thrives best in a hot climate. This popular fruit vegetable belongs to the same family as tomato and hot pepper. Brinjal is one of the more prolific producers of the vegetable world. On top of that, it is great in recipes. The dark purple fruit is slender and straight with spongy flesh that contains numerous small seeds. Brinjal is high in magnesium, fiber, potassium, and vitamins C, K and B6. On top of that, it is great in recipes. Brinjal can be cooked in numerous ways – the fruits, both mature and immature, are sliced and stir-fried, steamed, boiled, stuffed or stewed. However, a technique for preventing oxidation and darkening is to soak the cut fruits in salt water for a few minutes. In terms of nutrition, the brinjal is rich in Vitamin a and phosphorus. Dieters should love brinjal, being low in calories and fat.

    Type of vegetable: Fleshy fruited
    Edible parts: Fruits
    Best soil: Before planting, add plenty of compost or manure, as brinjal thrives in rich soil with plenty of humus to encourage good root growth.
    How to plant: You can grow the seeds in pots or boxes indoors and they will germinate in about 10-12 days; and the seedlings can be transplanted about 30-40 days after sowing. When transplanting the seedlings, keep them about 10-12 cm apart. Use light, sandy soil with plenty of humus, and manure or compost. For outdoors planting, select a sunny location. Brinjal like full sun. Sow seeds very shallow, about 1/4 to 1/2 inch and lightly water them in. Space 1 1/2 feet apart. Space rows 2 to 2 1/2 feet apart.
    When to harvest: 55 to 70 days. The brinjal can be harvested as soon as the first fruit reaches a desirable size and a lot of gloss appears on the skin. Do not allow it to fully mature before harvesting as young fruits are more tender and they have smaller seeds. By continuous harvesting, you will encourage more fruit to set all the way.
    How to harvest: The fruits are harvested by hand. Cut fruits with a pair of scissors or sharp knife
    Care: Water well during flowering and when fruits are developing. Pinch out the growing tips to encourage compact growth. Stake plants that have a heavy fruit set. Brinjal does not suffer from too many diseases
  • Serbajadi Broad Leaf Water Convolvulus – Kangkong Daun Lebar BBS 051

    RM 2.40

    Water Convolvulus or water spinach is very common in South-East Asia and can either grow in water or soil and requires little care.

     

    Broad Leaf Water Convolvulus BBS051
    Ipomoea aquatica Forsk. (Convolvulaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code:9556430 733052
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Water Convolvulus or water spinach is very common in South-East Asia and can either grow in water or soil and requires little care. It has long, soft, trailing stems bearing fresh and attractive white or pink flowers. The leaves of this annual herb are broad in shape and the stems are hollow. The young shoots and leaves are used as a cooked vegetable. They are high in fiber and rich in folic acid and especially iron and is good as a laxative.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves; stems
    Best soil: It requires high soil moisture and a high level of organic content. It can also adapt to a wide range of soil conditions.
    How to plant: It is easily raised from seed but may be propagated by cuttings. The young seedling plants are often grown on dry land.
    When to harvest: 30 days after sowing and as often as you like (after each harvest, new shoots will grow)
    How to harvest: Simply pluck desired young shoots with hands
    Care: Keep soil moist. High soil moisture is required.
  • Serbajadi Broccoli BBS034

    RM 2.40

    Broccoli is a heavy feeder with a wide, deep root system. Broccoli is planted for it’s immature flower or head. The tight green heads of broccoli that are regularly available in supermarkets are also sometimes referred to as calabrese.

     

    F1 Hybrid Broccoli BBS034 F1 Hybrid
    Brassica oleracea L. cymosa group, syn. R. italica Plenck Calabrese
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 888943
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Broccoli is a heavy feeder with a wide, deep root system. Broccoli is planted for it's immature flower or head. The tight green heads of broccoli that are regularly available in supermarkets are also sometimes referred to as calabrese. Broccoli, like other cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage and cauliflower, contains beta carotene, a carotenoid and the phytonutrient sulforaphane and indoles which have anti-cancer effects. In addition to all of the other benefits of Broccoli, it is also low in calories and contains 45% protein. Broccoli is also helpful for combating stress, and in promoting muscle relaxation and sleep.

    Broccoli is best cut into florets and steamed until tender. If you cut it finely, it is good in stir-fries but it can be eaten raw too. Broccoli soup is good when blitzed with soft creamy garlic cheese, or try broccoli and stilton soup for a decadent treat. Broccoli is great in quiches, as a substitute for cauliflower in cauliflower cheese, and goes well with cream in a pasta sauce. You can roast broccoli; toss it in oil with some herbs and bake in the oven until it goes crispy. Lightly steamed broccoli is delicious when eaten cold with a vinaigrette dressing making it a main or as a side dish.

    Type of vegetable: Sprouting Head
    Edible parts: Heads, the leaves and stems may also be eaten.
    Best soil: Broccoli prefers full sun and anitrogen-rich garden soil with good calcium content, Soils should be well drained and not too rich in nitrogen otherwise the plants get soft and sappy, with very leafy growth. A pH of 6.0-7.0 is ideal. Keep soil moist during the growing season.
    How to plant: Seeds are best when started in seed trays before being transplanted. Water the ground before transplanting and firm the plants in well. You can also sow broccoli in situ in damp drills. Seeds are planted in threes, 20 cm apart in the rows. Leave broccoli plenty of space to develop a large head and ensure adequate airflow between plants to reduce the risk of disease. Keep soil moist during the growing season. Fertilise with a general purpose fertiliser every 3-4 weeks.
    When to harvest: Broccoli will form its first head in about 85 - 90 days. Harvest broccoli when the heads have developed firm green florets or loose, coloured buds and before the flower starts to unfold or it will turn bitter.
    How to harvest: Cut off the side shoots with a sharp knife as and when you want them leaving a long stem before any yellow flowers appear. To get a second harvest, leave the bottom stalk after cutting at least 4 inches of stem along with the main head. Four to six cuttings are possible from a single plant.
    Care: Broccoli requires quite a lot of attention. You need to keep weeds out of the way and the plants watered in dry weather. If the site is exposed, broccoli stalks may need staking to prevent damage. You can mulch around plants to prevent water loss. Feed plants every three to four weeks with nitrogen-rich fertiliser. Soak cut heads in salt water before cooking to drive out any tiny green cabbage worms that may be hiding inside. Broccoli is extremely susceptible to insects. are also effective
  • Serbajadi Cabbage BBS 040

    RM 2.40

    The cabbage family comprises a number of hardy vegetables. Cabbage is a biennial cruciferous veggie related to the turnip and radishes and it has a strong, distinct flavor.

     

    F1 Hybrid Cabbage - Kobis BBS040
    Brassica oleracea L. var. capitata (L.) Alef
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 888950
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    The cabbage family comprises a number of hardy vegetables. Cabbage is a biennial cruciferous veggie related to the turnip and radishes and it has a strong, distinct flavor. Medical studies show that cabbage loads of other nutrients and enzymes and it contains 22% protein.

    Cabbage can be eaten raw as salads or in coleslaw. Coleslaw is a salad of shredded raw cabbage. Finely shred cabbage leaves and steam until tender then serve with butter.Cabbage can b eadded to potato or vegetable soups and red cabbage takes on a new taste when slow cooked in theoven with butter, sugar, cooking apples and vinegar. The large leaves cabbage can be stuffed. Use all the healthy outer, darker green leaves, as they contain most nutrients; a good source of vitamins A and C, along with other nutrients such as calcium, potassium, iron and phosphorus.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy head
    Edible parts: Leaves
    Best soil: Cabbages grow best in humus-rich, moist, crumbly loam soil that drains well, with pH of 6.0-6.5 in an open position with full light. Add humus or manure into soil at least 2 weeks before planting.
    How to plant: Cabbages can be sown outdoors in situ or in seed trays for transplanting later. Sow outdoors in damp drills and thin out when the seedlings appear. When you transplant cabbage plants, water them in well. Apply fertiliser to the soil a week after sowing.
    When to harvest: 90-100 days. Cabbages can be harvested at any stage, even as non-hearted greens.
    How to harvest: Cut the cabbage stem close to the ground with a sharp knife. If you cut a cross into the cabbage stump you’ll get a cluster of small heads that you can eat.heads together with some mature leaves to protect them from being damaged. Cut deep within the plant to encourage development of secondary heads.
    Care: Cabbage is a heavy feeder that benefits from side dressings of compost and manure. Snap outer leaves over each curd to protect from sun. Cover the plants with fleece to prevent butterflies from laying their eggs. Slugs, snails, aphids, and whiteflies all enjoy brassicas.
  • Serbajadi Cabbage Ong King – Kobis Ong King BBS018

    RM 2.40

    Chinese White Cabbage is high in fiber and a great source of folic acid, which is essential for numerous bodily functions.

     

    Selected Tropical Chinese Cabbage Ong King – Sayur Putih Istimewa BBS018
    Brassica sp.
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 103053
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Chinese White Cabbage is high in fiber and a great source of folic acid, which is essential for numerous bodily functions. Under good conditions, this annual plant grows vigorous and is cultivated for their leaves and shoots. The main stem is said to be the best flavoured part. This vegetable is often cut in 5-8 cm (2-3 inch) lengths and added to soup and noodle dishes although it can also be stir fried or braised. Before cooking, the stems need to be cleaned by leaving them sitting in running clean water for 10 minutes. Make sure that all the stems are rubbed clean.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves, stems and shoots
    Best soil: Fertile, well drained soil with a pH level of 6.0-6.8 is most suitable.
    How to plant: Sow seeds ¼” deep, ½” apart, in rows spaced 2 feet apart. It can be directly sown into the field or it can be planted in the nursery and transplanted to the field. Thin seedlings at 12” to 24” apart.
    When to harvest: 30 to 45 days after sowing of seeds when leaves are 6” to 8” tall
    How to harvest: For greens, use whole plants when they are small. Cut off 2” to 3” from base of the stem.
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly. Maintain good drainage
  • Serbajadi Carrot-Lobak Merah BBS 009

    RM 2.40

    The carrot plant produces smooth skinned cylindrical roots of excellent quality. Carrots are a favorite of weight watchers and health conscious crowd.

     

    F1 Hybrid Carrot – Lobak Merah BBS009 F1 Hybrid
    Daucus carota L. subp. Sativa (Hoffm.) Arch. (Umbelliferae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 873376
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    The carrot plant produces smooth skinned cylindrical roots of excellent quality. Carrots are a favorite of weight watchers and health conscious crowd. On top of being good for you, carrots taste good, too. Carrots are rich in beta carotene, vitamins C, D, E, potassiuym, calcium, magnesium and other minerals. Some of the known phytonutrients in carrots are lutein, lycopene and zeaxznthin. Lutein is thought to prevent age-related eye disease.

    Carrots need little preparation and are most nutritious when harvested fresh, washed and eaten raw. When eating carrots, never peel the vegetable as the outer part is the richest in nutrients, just scrape them. 1. Raw: In salads or a sandwich, whole or grated and dressed with lemon juice. They can be nibbled and munched upon whenever the urge arises. Carrot strengthened children’s teeth. 2. Cooked – Alternatively, stir fry, steam or boil, making it a main meal or as as a side dish. Carrots combine well with potatoes and other vegetables. They are sweeter when cooked and. they maintain their beta-carotene content after cooking. Nutrients actually increase with cooking – as long as not over-cooked. 3. Juice – A healthy way to enjoy the raw goodness is to drink carrot juice. Carrot juice makes a refreshing, delicious and nutritious beverage. It combines very well with apple juice or lemon juice.

    Type of vegetable: Roots
    Edible parts: Roots
    Best soil: A rich, sandy loam, enriched with humus and deeply dug in an open, sunny location is best. Work the soil deeply and make sure the soil is free of stones and clods which may impede the downward formation of the roots. A loose soil is very important. Add plenty of compost. A slightly acid pH is preferred. Should be high in organic matter but never contains fresh manure because fresh manure and compost may induce malformation of the roots.
    How to plant: Prior to planting carrot seeds, work the soil deeply. It is important to remove any rocks, stones and debris which may impede the downward formation of the roots. When a root hits an object, forked roots will result. Add liberal amounts of compost. If compost is not available, add peat moss. Carrot seed are among the smallest, finest of garden seeds. Sow them very thinly, about 1/4 inch deep. Cover them with a fine garden soil. Or sprinkle them on top of the soil, and lightly water them into the soil. Space rows 1 to 1 1/2 feet apart. We recommend double rows spaced 1 1/2 feet apart, and then wider rows, to afford easy access. Broadcast sowing is also popular with carrots. With broadcast sowing, sprinkle or spread the seeds across the area you are planting. Seeds fall randomly, and do not develop in rows. Whichever method you use, it is important to thin the seedlings 2 inches apart before crowding impairs their growth. Seeds will take 7 to 21 days to germinate.
    When to harvest: Harvest while they are still young, tender, and at their sweetest. At ½ to 1 inch in diameter, carrots are ready for table use. Can be left in the ground until needed.
    How to harvest: 65 to 75 days. Begin to harvest carrots as "baby" size, thinning the row as you harvest. Cut back the tops of carrots to 1 inch above the ground (before harvesting entire crop, pull up one or two roots to see how large they are).
    Care: Need plenty of moisture, water deeply. Carrots require relatively high amounts of phosphorus and moderate amounts of nitrogen and potassium. Do not over fertilizer your carrots. Too much nitrogen in the soil, results in hairy (fine feeder roots), misshaped carrots.
  • Serbajadi Cauliflower BBS 036

    RM 2.40

    Cauliflower is often called heading broccoli. It is a biennial plant, grown as an annual. It is grown for its white “flower” or head called the curd, which is formed at the top of the plant from shortened flower parts.

     

    F1 Hybrid Cauliflower BBS036 F1 Hybrid
    Brassica oleracea L. Botrytis group, syn. Var. botrytis L.
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 888998
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Cauliflower is often called heading broccoli. It is a biennial plant, grown as an annual. It is grown for its white “flower” or head called the curd, which is formed at the top of the plant from shortened flower parts. Tie the leaves around the developing head to blanch it into a creamy white color. High in protein (40%), magnesium, fiber, potassium, and vitamins C, K and B6, it is ideal for slimmer as it is low in calories! Eat it steamed, roasted or in salads.

    Type of vegetable: Sprouting heads
    Edible parts: The large heads of immature flowers, known as curds and leaves which can be cooked as a cabbage
    Best soil: Best in soil that is moisture-retentive and prepared with generous quantities of compost. Need a higher pH than most brassicas, so the soil should be well limed before planting. Nitrogen content should not be too high.
    How to plant: Best sown into an outdoor nursery bed or modules under cover and transplanted into final positions as young plants
    When to harvest: Cauliflowers should be harvested when the head is tight and well formed, but before the flowers begin to open.
    How to harvest: Cut mature heads a good way down the stem then cut a cross in the top of what remains to enhance the formation of supplementary heads.
    Care: Cover the plants with fleece to prevent butterflies from laying eggs. Slugs, snails, aphids, and whiteflies all enjoy brassicas.
  • Serbajadi Celtuce Four Season BBS 055

    RM 2.40

    Celtuce Four Season is a variety of lettuce which has a crispy and fleshy stalk. This stem lettuce is an annual which tolerates a wide range of temperature.

     

    Celtuce Four Season – Salad Empat Musim BBS055
    Lactuca sativa L. angustana Irish ex Bremer, syn. Var. asparagina Bailey(Compositae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 133142
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 100 ml

    Celtuce Four Season is a variety of lettuce which has a crispy and fleshy stalk. This stem lettuce is an annual which tolerates a wide range of temperature. Highly aromatic! Vigorous growth. The plants are peeled and thinly sliced before being stir-fried. The hearts may also be eaten like those of small cos lettuce.

    Salad Empat Musim merupakan sejenis salad yang daunnya rangup dan tangkai berisi. Tumbahan ini dapat bertahan pada iklim tidak menentu dan sangat harum. Membesar bertenaga. Batangnya dihiris nipis sebelum dibuat masakan kacau goreng.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves; stems
    Best soil: Fertile, well-drained loose soil
    How to plant: Sow seeds ¼” deep 1” apart in rows 12” apart. Thin to 4” to 6” apart
    When to harvest: 45 days after sowing
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly
  • Serbajadi Ceylon Spinach – Bayam Ceylon BBS 050

    RM 2.40

    Ceylon Spinach is a vigorous climbing perennial vine, growing anything from 10-20 ft 3-6 m). The stems can become very thick.

     

    Ceylon spinach – Chan Choy BBS050 BAR CODE: 9556430 733045
    Basella ruba
    Basellaceae

    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 733045
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Ceylon Spinach is a vigorous climbing perennial vine, growing anything from 10-20 ft 3-6 m). The stems can become very thick. The leaves are thick and glossy, and are often described as fleshy or rubbery, usually 4-5 in (10-12.5 cm) wide and about the same length. Leaves and stalks all have a very pleasant mild spinach flavour, at their best when young and fresh looking. They are very nutritious, being a rich source of minerals and vitamins.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves; stems
    Best soil: It requires high soil moisture and a high level of organic content. It can also adapt to a wide range of soil conditions.
    How to plant: It is easily raised from seed but may be propagated by cuttings.
    When to harvest: 30 days after sowing and as often as you like (after each harvest, new shoots will grow)
    How to harvest: Simply pluck desired young shoots with hands
    Care: Keep soil moist. High soil moisture is required.
  • Serbajadi Chili Padi BBS 010

    RM 2.40

    These tiny, bullet-shaped chilies are extremely fiery and look decorative pointing up from the bushy plants, which reach no more than 8 in (20 cm) tall.

     

    F1 Hybrid Chilli Padi (Hot Pepper), Cili Padi BBS010
    Capsicum frutescens (Solanaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 880053
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    These tiny, bullet-shaped chilies are extremely fiery and look decorative pointing up from the bushy plants, which reach no more than 8 in (20 cm) tall. Plants crop heavily. Also known as bird-pepper or chillipiquin, this is a branched perennial herb with a woody stem at its base. This pungent variety of hot peppers is usually small and red when ripe and has high capsaicin content. Hot weather conditions produce hotter peppers. Commonly used in sauces, soups and stews and also for flavouring. Chilli Padi is helpful for boosting immune function and protecting skin. They contain high levels of vitamin c and vitamin B6, which plays an important role in generating energy.

    Type of vegetable: Fleshy fruited
    Edible parts: fruits
    Best soil: Fertile, well-drained, light, high in organic matter
    How to plant: Sow seeds in trays indoors 6 to 8 weeks before setting out plants in the garden. Set out plants 18” to 24” apart in rows spaced 30” to 48” apart.
    When to harvest: 60 to 100 days after setting out plants when the fruits are full size.
    How to harvest: Cut with pair of scissors or sharp knife.
    Care: Keep soil moist especially during flowering and fruiting. Weed regularly.
  • Serbajadi Chinese Celery-Daun Sup BBS 026

    RM 2.40

    This is a biennial flavouring herb and vegetable, grown as an annual, which is used for decorative as a garnish for fish and meat dishes, sauces and stews.

     

    Chinese Celery – Daun Sup BBS026
    Apium graveolens L. (Umbelliferae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 880053
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    This is a biennial flavouring herb and vegetable, grown as an annual, which is used for decorative as a garnish for fish and meat dishes, sauces and stews. Chinese celery has a characteristic fragrant smell and is packed with vitamins A, B and C, as well as calcium, magnesium, sodium and essential fatty acids.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves, stems
    Best soil: Fertile, well-drained
    How to plant: Seeds are usually sown in nursery and transplanting is subsequently carried out.
    When to harvest: About six to eight weeks after transplanting.
    How to harvest: Carefully lift up the plant or cut just above ground level.
    Care: The seedlings should be permanently shaded to protect them from torrential rain and strong sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Chinese Chives – Kuchai BBS 037

    RM 2.40

    Chinese chive is the smallest species of the edible onion.

     

    Chinese Chives - Kuchai BBS037
    Allium tuberosum Rottler ex Spreng (Allium schoenoprasum)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 888974
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Chinese chive is the smallest species of the edible onion. This species is commonly grown for its flat edible leaves about 6 mm wide and young inflorescences which have a strong flavour resembling garlic and is used for seasoning or garnishing. The chive is a bulb-forming herbaceous perennial plant, growing 30-50 cm tall. Chinese chives are a commonly used herb and usually used in dishes such as fried koay teow and beehoon. This vegetable is extremely rich in Vitamin A (good for eyesight), considerable amounts of Vitamin C, B1, B2 and iron. Chives have insect repelling properties that can be used in gardens to control pest.

    Type of vegetable: Long, flat leaves
    Edible parts: Although mostly grown for its leaves, the pretty pale mauve or pink flowers can be added to salads to add colour as well as a mild flavour.
    Best soil: Chinese Chives are happy in any kind of soil as long as they are given extra moisture in dry weather.
    How to plant: Can be grown easily in an herb garden, window box or pot either from sees or by dividing old plants.
    When to harvest: Harvesting is possible only about 4 months when leaves are long and fully mature. However, the first planting does not produce much harvest but replanting does. It also takes a shorter period – about 40 days – to harvest a replanted chives
    How to harvest: Cut the whole clump just above the ground.
    Care: Avoid watering unless conditions are very dry. Frequent watering encourages surface rooting, and it is far better to encourage plants to develop deep roots. Keep the plants weed-free, as weeding is difficult once the clumps are well established.
  • Serbajadi Chinese Kale -kai Lan BBS 023

    RM 2.40

    Sometimes referred to as Chinese broccoli, Chinese Kale is particularly popular with Chinese cooks throughout Southeast Asia, and also with the Thais.

     

    Chinese Kale - Kai Lan BBS023
    Brassica oleracea alboglabra
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 880022
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Sometimes referred to as Chinese broccoli, Chinese Kale is particularly popular with Chinese cooks throughout Southeast Asia, and also with the Thais. This is an expensive but popular leafy vegetable and is one of the most highly nutritious vegetable with flat glossy leaves with thick stems and small flower heads, similar to those of broccoli. Chinese Kale has anti-cancer properties and it is rich in many minerals, including copper, iron, calcium and magnesium, a good source of fiber. It is also an excellent source of vitamin C, B1, B2, and E as well as vitamin K, good for bone density and clotting. It contains 45% protein. The leaves are large and slightly crinkled and they are generally pulled off the central stem, and the stems (except for the tough end) peeled and sliced for stir fry. This vegetable can be used in various cooking recipes and preparations include stir-fried, steamed and served with oyster sauce or in fried noodle with gravy.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves, stems and shoots
    Best soil: Fertile, well drained soil with a pH level of 6.0-6.8 is most suitable. A high level of organic content in the soil is required for optimum growth.
    How to plant: Sow seeds ¼” deep, ½” apart, in rows spaced 2 feet apart. They can be directly sown into the field or it can be planted in the nursery and transplanted to the field. Thin seedlings at a distance 12” to 24” apart.
    When to harvest: 30 to 45 days after sowing of seeds when leaves are 6” to 8” tall. Harvesting begins as the flower buds develop.
    How to harvest: For greens, use whole plants when they are small. Cut off 2” to 3” from base of the stem.
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly. Maintain good drainage
  • Serbajadi Chinese Radish BBS 025

    RM 2.40

    Used significantly in Japanese cuisine, the white radish which is also referred to as Oriental or Chinese radish is a mild flavoured but large, white radish. Growing radishes is easy, perhaps the fastest to harvest of all vegetables.

     

    Chinese Radish – Lobak Putih BBS025
    Raphanus sativus var. Hortensis Backer (Cruciferae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 880046
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Used significantly in Japanese cuisine, the white radish which is also referred to as Oriental or Chinese radish is a mild flavoured but large, white radish. Growing radishes is easy, perhaps the fastest to harvest of all vegetables. Chinese Radish is an annual or biennial vegetable with a white taproot which is usually eaten as a salad or cooked in soups. In addition, they take up little space in your garden. As a result, it is very popular in the back yard garden. It’s sharp, zippy taste livens up salads and is great with dips and dressings. It can also be preserved in salt or pickled. The leaves are also rich in calcium, iron, protein and Vitamin A and C. The roots can be stored for some weeks without the leaves and kept in a cool dry place. If left in the ground, the root tends to become woody.

    Type of vegetable: Edible root
    Edible parts: Leaves and root
    Best soil: Like other vegetables, Radishes will grow in average soils. Radish seeds germinate in a matter of days. While working the soil make sure to remove rocks and stones.
    How to plant: Sow about 20 radish seeds 1/2 inch deep across the bed and cover with a layer of fertile soil. Space them 1 1/2 to two inches apart. Separate rows 8 to 10 inches apart. We recommend double rows, with wider rows between the double rows to afford easy access. After the seeds have germinated, thin seedlings to 2 inches apart all round rows to avoid crowding. Broadcast spreading is also common, and easy to do. Prepare a square or rectangular area and spread the seed out across the entire area. Then, lightly sprinkle loose soil over the area.
    When to harvest: 20 to 30 days. Can be pulled for eating at various sizes during the course of development. Choose only tender, small and fresh radishes.
    How to harvest: Carefully lift whole plants out
    Care: Water the plants thoroughly. Leaf rot often occurs and the infested leaves should be removed to prevent rapid spread of the disease.
  • Serbajadi Choy Sam -Sawi BBS 011

    RM 2.40

    Choy Sam or Chinese Flowering Cabbage is an annual plant that grows vigorously under good conditions and it has broad, yellowish-green leaves and yellow flowers borne in loose clusters.

     

    Choy Sam (Chinese Flowering Cabbage) - Sawi BBS011
    Brassica rapa L. var. parachinensis Cruciferae
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 880053
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Choy Sam or Chinese Flowering Cabbage is an annual plant that grows vigorously under good conditions and it has broad, yellowish-green leaves and yellow flowers borne in loose clusters. This is an easy and productive vegetable for the home vegetable garden. Noted for non-fibrous good eating quality. The leaves are rich in vitamins A, B and C and in minerals like iron and calcium. The leaves and stems are consumed as a dish and in noodle dishes as one of the ingredients. The crispy stems are blanched or boiled as green vegetables and served with oyster sauce or various other sauced.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Flowering stems, with associated small leaves and flower buds
    Best soil: Fertile, well drained soil with a pH level of 6.0-6.8 is most suitable.
    How to plant: Sow seeds ¼” deep, ½” apart, in rows spaced 2 feet apart. Thin seedlings to 12” to 24” apart. It can be directly sown into the field or it can be planted in the nursery and transplanted to the field.
    When to harvest: 30 to 45 days after sowing of seeds when the first flowers have opened
    How to harvest: For greens, use whole plants when they are small. Cut off 2” to 3” from base of the stem.
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly. Maintain good drainage
  • Serbajadi Coriander – Daun Ketumbar BBS 016

    RM 2.40

    Coriander is a biennial but grown as an annual and is easy to grow. It has a pleasant aroma and is used for seasoning in many Asian recipes.

     

    Ketumbar – Late Bolt Coriander Special BBS016
    Coriandrum sativum
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 103190
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Coriander is a biennial but grown as an annual and is easy to grow. It has a pleasant aroma and is used for seasoning in many Asian recipes. It is also used as a flavouring herb and vegetable. Both the leaves and stems have a strong celery flavour and they are used whole in cooking soups and stews. The slightly fragrant and spicy flavour can add an interesting twist to desserts and is also used for curries and with all red meats.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves and stalks; whole plant
    Best soil: It needs a light, well-drained soil, plenty of moisture and not too much sun.
    How to plant: Plant in seed trays or peat pots in a small amount of compost. Coriander seeds take about two weeks to germinate.
    When to harvest: The seed heads will emit a pleasant spicy odour when they are ready for harvesting.
    How to harvest: Pick the outside leaves first
    Care: Coriander requires a sunny position. Keep soil moist, but try not to over water.
  • Serbajadi Cucumber-Timun BBS 003

    RM 2.40

    Cucumbers are members of the Cucurbita family which includes pumpkins, squash, and gourds. They are a favorite garden vegetable and they are easy to grow.

     

    F1 Hybrid Cucumber - Timun BBS003 F1 Hybrid
    Cucumis sativa L. (Cucurbitaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 873192
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Cucumbers are members of the Cucurbita family which includes pumpkins, squash, and gourds. They are a favorite garden vegetable and they are easy to grow. The plant is a climbing or trailing annual herb that can grow up to 1-3 m, and the fruits are pendulous and variable in shape and size, with pale, green flesh and many seeds. Cucumbers contain most of the vitamins you need every day.They are high in magnesium, potassium, and vitamins A, C and K and contains 24% protein. Fresh unripe cucumbers are usually eaten raw as salad vegetables or made into pickles, they are great on vegetable trays with dip, sliced or in salads. The ripe fruits are popular for soups. Cucumber cleanses and beautifies the skin. Because of their high water content, the cucumbers are among the lowest calories vegetables. Nevertheless, it is rich in shin-protective ingredients.

    Type of vegetable: Fleshy fruited
    Edible parts: Fruits
    Best soil: Cucumbers grow best in moist but well-drained locations. They tolerate partial shade. A warm, sandy, humus-enriched neutral or slightly acid loam is ideal. Require a very rich soil with plenty of well-rotted manure and compost.
    How to plant: Plant seeds in rows or hills 1 to 1 1/2 inches deep. When planting in rows, sow seeds 2 to 3" apart. If you are planting in hills, plant four to five per hill. After they have germinated, keep the best two to three. Cover very lightly with soil. Water the first day and if there is no rain, every two to three days until they germinate. Cucumber transplant badly, so seeds should be sown in situ 2cm deep at the side of a small mound. Plant a few seeds in a hole and later the seedlings can be thinned to one seedling after germination. Pot planting is also possible. Another method is to sow seeds indoors, in biodegrable pots to prevent root disturbance, and plant seedlings out after hardening off. Set up support at planting time.
    When to harvest: 55 to 65 days. Cucumbers grow quickly and are at their best when picked before they get too big. Once cucumbers begin to ripen, you can usually harvest them for several weeks. Pick the first small fruit to encourage better production. It is important that the fruits are picked as soon as they are of edible size so that further fruits and flowers can be produced. Picking encourages continued production. Do not allow fruits to become large and seedy.
    How to harvest: Fruit should be picked when young to avoid bitterness. Pick the fruits regularly to ensure a continuous crop and water plentifully and often.
    Care: Train the climbing shoots and pinch out the apical shoot to encourage side shoots. When these shoots reach the top of the support, nip them out to have the laterals develop more fruits. They also need plenty of water and should never be allowed to dry out. Weed regularly. Like other members of the cucurbita family, they are big eaters. Provide plenty of fertilize high in nitrogen. Switch over to a more balanced fertiliser, after the flowers begin to bloom. A side dressing of fertilizer and regular feedings of fertiliser will significantly help the health of the plant and the size of the harvest. Also make sure to provide lots of water to for fast growth. Like all members of the Cucurbita family, the Cucumber Beetle is the dreaded pest of cucumbers. Cucumber Beetles are either striped or spotted. They feed on the leaves of the plants and can cause even greater damage as they spread disease from one plant to another. They are effectively treated with most insecticides. Mild insecticides like Sevin are most commonly used for effective treatment
  • Serbajadi Curl Dwarf Pak Choy BBS 062

    RM 2.40

    Curly Dwarf Pak Choy is a Chinese vegetable that’s easy to grow. This type of non-heading dwarf cabbage grows quickly and is widely and popularly grown in the orient.

     

    Serbajadi Curl Dwarf Pak Choy BBS 062
    Brassica rapa L. subspecies chinesis
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 133265
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1gm

    Curly Dwarf Pak Choy is a Chinese vegetable that's easy to grow. This type of non-heading dwarf cabbage grows quickly and is widely and popularly grown in the orient. The leaves are curly and widen out at the base and the petioles are white and thickened. This whole vegetable is used extensively in cooking for their juicy and crunchy texture, either braised, boiled, steamed or stir-fried. It's a favorite in a wide variety of Chinese and Asian stir-fry recipes.

    Pak Choy Kerinting sejenis sayuran mudah membesar. Sejenis kubis pendek cepat tumbuh secara meluas dan popular di tanam di Timur. Daunnya lebar, kerinting dan batang berwarna putih – tebal. Keseluruhan sayuran digunakan dalam masakan tekstur berair samada tumis, rebus, kukus atau kacau goring. Kegemaran dalam pelbagai resepi kacau goring Cina dan Asian.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves, crunchy leaf stalks and young flowering shoots
    Best soil: Plant Curly Dwarf Pak Choy in rich and loose garden soil. It is tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions including soils with high acidity but does not thrive in well drained soils as it matures rapidly.
    How to plant: Plant Curly Dwarf Pak Choy is grown from seeds. The seeds can be directly seeded into your garden, or seeded indoors for transplanting later. Sow seeds and cover lightly with 1/4" or less of fine garden or seed starting soil. Seeds germinate in 7- 10 days. Space or thin plants to 6" - 10" apart in rows 18" - 30" apart.
    When to harvest: At 28-30 days after sowing; it can be used at virtually any stage. Harvest plants when they have reached 12" - 18" tall, when the leaves and leaf stalks look fresh and crisp.
    How to harvest: By cutting whole head above ground level.
    Care: Keep the soil moist. Curly Dwarf Pak Choy needs plenty of water in warm temperatures. Nitrogenous top dressing is required at regular intervals to obtain full leaf development. Keep plants well weeded. It is strongly recommend that you don't plant Curly Dwarf Pak Choy in an area where other members of the cabbage family have been grown in the past two years. This will help to minimize plant disease. Wash the leaves before eating.
  • Serbajadi Dark Green Choy Sam BBS 054

    RM 2.40

    Hong Kong Dark Green Big stem Choy Sam is an annual plant that grows vigorously under good conditions and it has broad, yellowish-green leaves and yellow flowers borne in loose clusters.

     

    Hong Kong Dark Green Big Stem Choy Sam - Sawi Hong Kong Batang Hijau Besar BBS 054
    Brassica rapa L. var. parachinensis (Cuciferae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 133135
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Hong Kong Dark Green Big stem Choy Sam is an annual plant that grows vigorously under good conditions and it has broad, yellowish-green leaves and yellow flowers borne in loose clusters. This is an easy and productive vegetable for the home vegetable garden. Noted for non-fibrous good eating quality. The leaves are rich in vitamins A, B and C and in minerals like iron and calcium. The leaves and stems are consumed as a dish and in noodle dishes as one of the ingredients. The crispy stems are blanched or boiled as green vegetables and served with oyster sauce or various other sauced.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Flowering stems, with associated small leaves and flower buds
    Best soil: Fertile, well drained soil with a pH level of 6.0-6.8 is most suitable.
    How to plant: Sow seeds ¼” deep, ½” apart, in rows spaced 2 feet apart. Thin seedlings to 12” to 24” apart. It can be directly sown into the field or it can be planted in the nursery and transplanted to the field.
    When to harvest: 30 to 45 days after sowing of seeds when the first flowers have opened
    How to harvest: For greens, use whole plants when they are small. Cut off 2” to 3” from base of the stem.
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly. Maintain good drainage
  • Serbajadi Deep Green LongBean BBS 049

    RM 2.40

    Deep Green Long bean is an annual climbing herb and is a very popular legume. The stems grow to 4 m, climbing in an anticlockwise direction and bearing trifoliate leaves.

     

    Deep Green Long Bean – Kacang Panjang Hijau Gela BBS049
    Vigna sinensis L. Leguminosae
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 133128
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Deep Green Long bean is an annual climbing herb and is a very popular legume. The stems grow to 4 m, climbing in an anticlockwise direction and bearing trifoliate leaves. Young pods and leaves are eaten as vegetables and are added to numerous traditional dishes (soups, stews, curries). Beans are at their tastiest when pods are full sized and firm and freshly picked, so harvest frequently; this also encourages greater yields.

    Kacang Panjang Hijau Gelap merupakan sejenis tumban herba kekacang berjalar yang sangat popular. Batang tumbah mendaki arah lawan jam dan mempunyai tiga daun galas. Batang dan kulitnya dimakan sebagai sayuran dan ditambah kepada hidangan tradisi (sup, rebusan, kari). Kekacang ini amat lazat apabila buah bersaiz besar dan dipetik segar. Kekerapan tuaian dapat menggalakkan penghasilan.

    Type of vegetable: Seeds bearing pods
    Edible parts: Fleshy green immature pods and leaves.
    Best soil: Do best in full sun on fertile, slightly alkaline soil, improved with plenty of organic matter. The plant tolerates acid soils and can be grown in areas with very low rainfall.
    How to plant: Deep Green Long bean should be grown in beds. Erect appropriate supports before sowing or planting out to avoid damaging young plants.
    When to harvest: About two weeks after flowering.
    How to harvest: Cut pods with a pair of scissors.
    Care: Water generously when flowering starts, to encourage pods to set. Avoid applying too much nitrogen-rich fertilizer. Leave the nutrient-rich roots to break down in the soil after harvest.
  • Serbajadi Egg Plant-Terung Bulat BBS 007

    RM 2.40

    Eggplant or aubergine is a short-lived perennial herb which is, normally grown as an annual. Not only is eggplant easy to grow, it is one of the more prolific producers of the vegetable world.

     

    F1 Hybrid Eggplant - Terung Bulat BBS007 F1 Hybrid
    Solarnum melongena L. (Solanaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 873352
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Eggplant or aubergine is a short-lived perennial herb which is, normally grown as an annual. Not only is eggplant easy to grow, it is one of the more prolific producers of the vegetable world. On top of that, it is great in recipes. This is a popular fruit vegetable which belongs to the same family as tomato and chilies. This is a very productive variety for cultivation in both tropical and subtropical areas. The dark purple fruits are large and round with green calyx. The fruits, both mature and immature, are sliced and stir-fried, roasted whole or used in curries.

    Type of vegetable: Fleshy fruited
    Edible parts: Fruits
    Best soil: Fertile, well-drained organic soil with high potash to encourage good root growth. Before planting, add plenty of compost and manure, as eggplants thrive in rich soil. Keep the soil moist to promote maximum growth.
    How to plant: It is propagated by seeds. Eggplants like full sun. Sow seeds very shallow, about 1/4 to 1/2 inch. You can even set them on the soil and lightly water them in. If started outdoors, you can also sow seeds in a seedbed and transplant plant seedlings to the desired location. Space young plants 1 1/2 feet apart and in rows 2 to 2 1/2 feet apart.
    When to harvest: Fruits are harvested at 80-120 days from transplanting. Begin to harvest eggplants as soon as the first fruit reaches a desirable size. Keep picking them and do not let them get too big. By continuous harvesting, you will encourage more fruit to set all the way.
    How to harvest: Cut fruits with a pair of scissors or sharp knife
    Care: Keep soil moist. Keep eggplants weed free, so they do not compete for sunlight and nutrients. Aphids, Red Spider mites and whiteflies are common pests. Garden dusts like Sevin are usually effective.
  • Serbajadi Four Angled Bean-Kacang Botor 031

    RM 2.40

    Four-angled bean, also known as winged bean, is a climbing perennial, grown as an annual. It belongs to the same family as the French beans and long beans.

     

    Four Angled Bean - Kacang Botor BBS031
    Psophocarpus tetragonolobus DC
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 873123
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Four-angled bean, also known as winged bean, is a climbing perennial, grown as an annual. It belongs to the same family as the French beans and long beans. The bean is easy to plant but needs a strong trellis or supports. The pale green pods, which are about 12-15 cm (5-6 inches) long, have a frilly edge along four sides. The bean is highly nutritious, containing both protein and oil. Every part of the bean plant, except the stem has a culinary use. The young beans are crunchy and delicious as salad. The more mature beans can be cooked into various dishes and the leaves; especially the young shoots are edible when cooked. The flowers can be fried and taste like mushrooms.

    Type of vegetable: Seed bearing pods
    Edible parts: Seed Pods, young leaves, flowers, young shoots and roots
    Best soil: Grows in most types of soil but it is good to prepare the planting ground with compost for good yield.
    How to plant: It is propagated by seeds that are soaked overnight
    When to harvest: Will bear flowers after 2 months of planting and in 20 days, the beans can be harvested.
    How to harvest:Twist ripe ears off stalks
    Care: Keep soil moist and weed regularly.
  • Serbajadi French Beans- Kacang Buncis 015

    RM 2.40

    French Beans, otherwise known as legumes, are fast-growing annuals and produces fine crops of low fiber, tender and delicious pods which are long and slender with kidney shaped seeds over a long period.

     

    Serbajadi French Beans- Kacang Buncis 015

    French Bean - Kacang Buncis BBS015
    Phaseolus vulgaris L. (Leguminosae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code:9 556430 880152
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    French Beans, otherwise known as legumes, are fast-growing annuals and produces fine crops of low fiber, tender and delicious pods which are long and slender with kidney shaped seeds over a long period. The slightly flattened green beans are coarse and strong-flavoured when mature, but delicious when young.

    The very young pods can also be eaten whole including the pod. They need minimal cooking time. Older beans can be podded and boiled or steamed for a few minutes. You can leave beans to mature on the plant and then dry them to make a good addition to hearty soups. Steamed tender French beans make a great addition to warm salads, especillay if served with a creamy cheese. If the tops of the bean plants are in good condition, you can eat these too. A good source of vitamin A, C and E, plus protein and fiber. Never eat beans raw, boil rapidly to retain the flavour and texture.

    Type of vegetable: Seed-bearing pods
    Edible parts: Seed pods; seeds
    Best soil: French beans will tolerate most soils and conditions; improved with plenty of organic matter.
    How to plant: French beans are easy to grow and produce high yields. Sow seeds in pots indoor or they can be sown in situ.. Erect appropriate supports provided with crossed poles or they can be planted up a well-supported wire-netting fence, before sowing or planting out to avoid damaging young plants.
    When to harvest: Beans are at their tastiest when pods are full sized and firm and freshly picked, so harvest frequently; this also encourages greater yields. If you want to pod the beans, wait until you can see the bumps of the beans through the pod.
    How to harvest: Cut pods with pruners
    Care:There is no need to water before flowering, unless plants are wilting. Begin watering generously when flowering starts to encourage pods to set. Avoid applying too much nitrogen-rich fertiliser. Leave the nutrient-rich roots to break down in the soil after harvest.
  • Serbajadi Green Amaranthus -Bayam BBS 024

    RM 2.40

    Also known as Chinese Spinach or edible amaranth, Green Amaranth is a popular vegetable and can be grown quite easily in your garden because it is a tropical plant requiring a high temperature for rapid growth.

     

    Green Amaranth – Bayam Hijau BBS024
    Amaranthus spp. (Amaranthaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 880039
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Also known as Chinese Spinach or edible amaranth, Green Amaranth is a popular vegetable and can be grown quite easily in your garden because it is a tropical plant requiring a high temperature for rapid growth. It is a short-lived annual plant with erect stems which are thick and fleshy. This vegetable is exceptionally nutritious; rich in protein, iron, calcium and vitamin A and C. Green Amaranth is best steamed, stir-fried, mixed in meat or fish dishes.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves; shoots, stems
    Best soil: Light, sandy, well-drained and fertile soil.
    How to plant: The seeds should be sown very thinly on soil. Seedlings, when they sprout, should be planted about 3-6 inches apart.
    When to harvest: 30 days after sowing of seeds when leaves are 6” to 8” (15-25 cm) tall.
    How to harvest: For greens, use whole plant when they are small; carefully pull out whole plant from the ground. For large plants, cut off 3” to 4” from base of stems
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly. Nitrogenous fertilisers are required during active growth
  • Serbajadi Hawaii Lettuce – Salad Hawaii BBS 047

    RM 2.40

    Hawaiian Lettuce is an annual, glabrous herb with cylindrical stems, up to 10 cm in most cultivars.

     

    Hawaiian Lettuce BBS047
    Lactuca sativaL. var.
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 889117
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Hawaiian Lettuce is an annual, glabrous herb with cylindrical stems, up to 10 cm in most cultivars. It is tolerant to a wide range of climatic and soil conditions. This is a vigorous grower producing an abundance of tasty, attractive, frilly green leaves. Lettuce is the starting point for every good salad. It is also a basic in sandwiches, and as a decorative garnish for other foods. It is nutritious, yet low in calories. That is why it is so popular for dieters, and for those who want to stay trim. Dieting and health issues aside, we eat lettuce because it tastes good! This vegetable is also generally cooked as a vegetable and added to soups and stir-fries. It is a source of beta-carotene and vitamin A.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves, stems and shoots
    Best soil: Lettuce requires a rich but well-drained soil with plenty of compost dug in and continual watering during the growing season if they are to thrive. The seedlings of lettuce do not grow well in acidic soil. A soil ph of 6 and 7 is most suitable and preferred.
    How to plant: Lettuce seeds are very fine. Before sowing, the seeds are usually placed in a thin cotton cloth bag and soaked in water for an hour. The seeds can be mixed with fine sand and sown directly into the field. Sow seeds ¼” deep, ½” apart, in rows spaced 2 feet apart. Thin seedlings 12” to 24” apart. You can also plant indoors in pots. Given a lot of direct sunlight, it also results in a strong seedling. When transplanting in the garden, you can give it the proper spacing. Liming is necessary before seed sowing. Cover the seeds with a very fine layer of loose soil or starting mixture. Whether sowing indoors or out, you will likely want to transplant your seedlings with the proper spacing for full development without crowding. Lettuce likes lots of moisture. Transplanting should only be done in cool, preferably cloudy weather. If the weather is hot and sunny, we recommend putting off transplanting if possible. If this is not possible, then transplant in the evening. Water thoroughly and every day after, unless it rains, for about a week. The key to growing crisp, sweet lettuce, is to get it growing at a fast pace. That means plenty of water, and a healthy dose of fertilizer. When transplanting lettuce in hot weather, place some form of sun shade over the plant for a couple of days. Any makeshift shade will do.
    When to harvest: 30 to 45 days after sowing of seeds, can be ready to begin cutting in as little as three weeks when leaves are 6” to 8” tall. Harvesting should be done in the early part of the day. Pick lettuces as soon as it is big enough to use. The outer leaves can be picked and the inner leaves are allowed to grow further. Or, use the plants pulled while thinning. Loose leaf varieties will grow back after cutting.
    How to harvest: For greens, use whole plants when they are small. Use a sharp knife or scissors to cut off 2” to 3” from base of the stem. Or the whole plants are pulled up.
    Care: Water frequently during dry spells. Slugs and snails, as well as caterpillars are the biggest problem. Insects can become a real problem, too. Lettuce is delicate, and can absorb many insecticides. If you want or need to use insecticides, look for brands that are less harmful to you and the environment. We like to avoid insecticides on leafy vegetables wherever possible. We suggest organic sprays and a willingness to give up some of the harvest to insects versus using pesticides. After all, one of the reasons most of us have gardens is to avoid the pesticides. We do not recommend insecticides at all for loose leaf lettuce varieties. Slugs are a real problem for all types of lettuces. There are a variety of control methods.
  • Serbajadi Hong Kong Choy Sam BBS 045

    RM 2.40

    This vegetable also known as flowering white cabbage is a biennial herb, grown as an annual.

     

    Hong Kong Choy Sam BS045
    Brassica rapa L. chinesis var. parachinensis
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 889117
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    This vegetable also known as flowering white cabbage is a biennial herb, grown as an annual. Cultivation is more successful during the dry season with necessary irrigation. Popular for its good quality. Both the leaves and stems are eaten, while the flowering tips are also edible. The cabbage is often briefly blanched before being added to soup and noodle dishes, although it can also be stir fried or braised.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves, stems and shoots
    Best soil: Fertile, well drained soil with a pH level of 6.0-6.8 is most suitable.
    How to plant: Seeds can be directly sown into the field. Sow seeds ¼” deep, ½” apart, in rows spaced 2 feet apart. Thin seedlings at 12” to 24” apart..
    When to harvest: 30 to 45 days after sowing of seeds when leaves are 6” to 8” tall
    How to harvest: For greens, use whole plants when they are small. Cut off 2” to 3” from base of the stem. Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly. Maintain good drainage
  • Serbajadi Hong Kong Kailan BBS 044

    RM 2.40

    Butterhead Lettuce is a very reliable and extremely easy to grow type. It produces crisp green leaves all year round. The leaves of this cultivar form into a ball or head as it grows and matures.

     

    Butterhead Lettuce - Salad BBS043
    Lactuca sativa var.
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 889100
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Butterhead Lettuce is a very reliable and extremely easy to grow type. It produces crisp green leaves all year round. The leaves of this cultivar form into a ball or head as it grows and matures. Butterhead Lettuce tastes good and iot is normally eaten raw in salads but it can also be stir-fried. It is also a basic in sandwiches, and as a decorative garnish for other foods. It is nutritious, yet low in calories. That is why it is so popular for dieters, and for those who want to stay trim. This vegetable is also generally cooked as a vegetable and added to soups and stir-fries. It is a source of beta-carotene and vitamin A.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves, stems
    Best soil: Lettuce requires a rich but well-drained soil with plenty of compost dug in and continual watering during the growing season if they are to thrive. Liming is necessary before seed sowing. The seedlings of lettuce do not grow well in acidic soil. A soil ph of 6 and 7 is most suitable and preferred.
    How to plant: Lettuce seeds are very fine. Before sowing, they are usually placed in a thin cotton cloth bag and soaked in water for an hour. The seeds can then be mixed with fine sand and sown directly. You can also plant indoors in pots. Cover the seeds with a very fine layer of loose soil or starting mixture. Lettuce likes lots of moisture. Transplanting should only be done in cool, preferably cloudy weather or in the evening. Water thoroughly unless it rains, for about a week. The key to growing crisp, sweet lettuce, is to get it growing at a fast pace. That means plenty of water, and a healthy dose of fertilizer. When transplanting lettuce in hot weather, place some form of sun shade over the plant for a couple of days. Any makeshift shade will do.
    When to harvest: 40 to 90 days after sowing of seeds, can be ready to begin cutting in as little as three weeks. Harvesting should be done in the early part of the day. Pick lettuces as soon as it is big enough to use. The outer leaves can be picked and the inner leaves are allowed to grow further. Loose leaf varieties will grow back after cutting.
    How to harvest: Use a sharp knife or scissors. Or the whole plants are pulled up. Care: Water frequently during dry spells. Slugs and snails, as well as caterpillars are the biggest problem. Insects can become a real problem, too. We like to avoid insecticides on leafy vegetables wherever possible. We suggest organic sprays and a willingness to give up some of the harvest to insects versus using pesticides. After all, one of the reasons most of us have gardens is to avoid the pesticides. We do not recommend insecticides at all for loose leaf lettuce varieties. Slugs are a real problem for all types of lettuces. There are a variety of control methods.
  • Serbajadi Ivory Pak Choy – Pak Choy Putih BBS020

    RM 2.40

    It is also sometimes called non-heading and loose-headed Chinese cabbage with the young flowering shoots form in the centre of the plant.

     

    Ivory Selected Pak Choy Flower BBS020
    Brassica chinensis var. parachinensis
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 103008
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    It is also sometimes called non-heading and loose-headed Chinese cabbage with the young flowering shoots form in the centre of the plant. This vegetable is considered excellent quality, tender and well flavoured. Both the leaves and stems are eaten, while the flowering tips are also edible. The vegetable is often briefly blanched before being added to soup and noodle dishes, although it can also be stir fried or braised.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves, stems and shoots
    Best soil: Fertile, well drained soil with a pH level of 6.0-6.8 is most suitable.
    How to plant: Sow seeds ¼” deep, ½” apart, in rows spaced 2 feet apart. Seeds can be directly sown into the field or it can be planted in the nursery and transplanted to the field. Thin seedlings at a distance 12” to 24” apart.
    When to harvest: 30 to 45 days after sowing of seeds when leaves are 6” to 8” tall
    How to harvest: For greens, use whole plants when they are small. Cut off 2” to 3” from base of the stem.
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly. Maintain good drainage
  • Serbajadi Japanese Cucumber BBS 033

    RM 2.40

    The plant is a climbing or trailing annual herb. The fruits are pendulous, with dark green flesh and contain most of the vitamins you need every day.

     

    F1 Hybrid Japanese Cucumber - Timun Jepun BS033 F1 Hbrid
    Cucumis sativus L. (Cucurbitaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 888875
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    The plant is a climbing or trailing annual herb. The fruits are pendulous, with dark green flesh and contain most of the vitamins you need every day. Japanese cucumbers are usually eaten raw as salad vegetables or made into pickles. This variety is specially bred for the tropical climate and is good disease tolerant. .Japanese cucumber is excellent for pickling when the fruits are young and tender. They are low in calories (96.4% water) and excellent for sandwiches. This vegetable provides a little Vitamin B, some Vitamin Cm and minerals such as calcium, phosphorous, iron, sodium and potassium. We can easily digest cucumbers as they contain enzymes.

    Type of vegetable: Fleshy fruited
    Edible parts: fruits
    Best soil: Fertile, well-drained organic soil.
    How to plant: Sow seeds indoors, in biodegrable pots to prevent root disturbance, and plant seedlings out after hardening off. Set up support at planting time.
    When to harvest: 40 to 80 days from sowing as soon as fruits reach full size or when fruits are 7” to 9” in length. Do not allow fruits to become large and seedy. The mature but unripe fruits are eaten raw and the ripe fruits are popular for soups.
    How to harvest: Cut fruits with a pair of scissors or sharp knife.
    Care: Keep soil moist, require lots of watering. Weed regularly. Staking is required. Two meters long wooden sticks are staked straddling and slanting over each plant wit the top crossing and the plants are trained up them.
  • Serbajadi Lady Fingers-Kacang Bendi BBS 008

    RM 2.40

    Growing Lady’s fingers is easy, and it grows quickly in warm weather. It is an annual tropical herb grown for its mature fruits which are used as a vegetable.

     

    F1 Hybrid Lady’s Fingers - Kacang Bendi BBS008
    Hibiscus esculentus L. syn. Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) moench. (Malvaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 873369
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Growing Lady’s fingers is easy, and it grows quickly in warm weather. It is an annual tropical herb grown for its mature fruits which are used as a vegetable. The flower petals are cream yellow and dark purple at the base and look like hibiscus flowers. The fruit is actually a 5-angled pod with large, sticky seeds inside. The young pods can be eaten raw, sliced, fried or used in stews, meat dishes and omelettes. The best way to cook this vegetable without a lot of slime is by cutting the ends and cooking it whole. If you need to cut the fruits into smaller pieces, use a dry knife and chopping board. This vegetable boasts of ample amounts of vitamins and minerals which our body needs. It is also high in vitamin B, folic acid and fibers

    Type of vegetable: Seed bearing pods
    Edible parts: Whole seed pods
    Best soil: Requires an open, sunny position and a fertile, well-composted soil to which potash has been added. It loves the heat more than perhaps most other vegetables. Keep them watered, but make sure to provide good drainage, as they do not like to keep their feet wet for extended periods. Apply both fertiliser and mulch.
    How to plant: The seeds are pre-soaked for 24 hours and are either sown directly in the garden or in seedbeds and then transplant them in the garden later, spacing them 6 to 8 inches apart, in rows 2 feet apart. A week or so after germination, thin to a final spacing of 12 to 18 inches apart.
    When to harvest: 50-60 days. Harvest the fruits when the pods are young and tender, about three to four inches long. Continue harvesting pods every 2 days for freshness. This will encourage the plant to produce more flowers and pods for an extended period of time. If you wait too long, the large pods become tough and woody, making them unsuitable for cooking.
    How to harvest: Cut off the pods with a pair of clean scissors or sharp knife when they are still tender (about 8 cm long). Wear gloves as the plants have short hairs which may irritate bare skins.
    Care: Keep soil moist and weed regularly. Unless you want the pods to ripen to produce seeds for propagation, you should cut off the pods, so that new pods can grow.
  • Serbajadi Lettuce -Salad BBS 012

    RM 2.40

    Leaf Lettuce, commonly called “loose leaf”, is an annual with cylindrical stem and a vigorous grower producing an abundance of tasty, attractive, frilly green leaves.

     

    Lettuce - Daun Salad BBS012
    Apium graveolens L. (Umbelliferae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 873390
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Leaf Lettuce, commonly called "loose leaf", is an annual with cylindrical stem and a vigorous grower producing an abundance of tasty, attractive, frilly green leaves. Lettuce is the starting point for every good salad. It is also a basic in sandwiches, and as a decorative garnish for other foods. It is nutritious, yet low in calories. That is why it is so popular for dieters, and for those who want to stay trim. Dieting and health issues aside, we eat lettuce because it tastes good! Although you can serve the vegetable in a number of ways, the best is to eat it raw as all the vitamins and minerals will be retained. You can also cook it like any other vegetable; added to soups and stir-fries. The best way is to braise it: cut the lettuce into the desired size. Fry in a little oil. Add a little water and cover the pan for a few minutes. You can also blanch it by just immersing the lettuce in boiling water for a few seconds before removing it.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves, stems
    Best soil: Lettuce requires a good, rich but well-drained soil with plenty of compost dug in and continual watering during the growing season if they are to thrive. The seedlings of lettuce do not grow well in acidic soil. A soil PH of 6 and 7 is most suitable and preferred.
    How to plant: Lettuce seeds are very fine. Before sowing, the seeds are usually placed in a thin cotton cloth bag and soaked in water for an hour. The seeds can be mixed with fine sand and sown directly. You can also plant indoors in pots or boxes. When the seedlings emerge, transplant them as soon as they are large enough to handle into raised beds. The beds should have been heavily manured with compost. Space the seedlings about 9-12 inches apart. Liming is necessary before seed sowing. Cover the seeds with a very fine layer of loose soil or starting mixture. Whether sowing indoors or out, you will likely want to transplant your seedlings with the proper spacing for full development without crowding. Lettuce likes lots of moisture. Transplanting should only be done in cool, preferably cloudy weather. If the weather is hot and sunny, we recommend putting off transplanting if possible. If this is not possible, then transplant in the evening. Water thoroughly and every day after, unless it rains, for about a week. The key to growing crisp, sweet lettuce, is to get it growing at a fast pace. That means plenty of water, and a healthy dose of fertilizer. When transplanting lettuce in hot weather, place some form of sun shade over the plant for a couple of days. Any makeshift shade will do.
    When to harvest: Can be ready to begin cutting in as little as three weeks as soon as it is big enough to use. Harvesting should be done in the early part of the day. The outer leaves can be picked and the inner leaves are allowed to grow further. Loose leaf varieties will grow back after cutting.
    How to harvest:Use a sharp knife or scissors. Or the whole plants are pulled up.
    Care: Water frequently during dry spells. Slugs and snails, as well as caterpillars are the biggest problem. Insects can become a real problem, too. Lettuce is delicate, and can absorb many insecticides. If you want or need to use insecticides, look for brands that are less harmful to you and the environment. We like to avoid insecticides on leafy vegetables wherever possible. We suggest organic sprays and a willingness to give up some of the harvest to insects versus using pesticides. After all, one of the reasons most of us have gardens is to avoid the pesticides. We do not recommend insecticides at all for loose leaf lettuce varieties. There are a variety of control methods.
  • Serbajadi Lettuce Butterhead BBS 043

    RM 2.40

    Sweet Aromatic Sharp Leaf Celtuce is a variety of lettuce with a swollen crisp fleshy stem and narrow sharp leaves.

     

    Sweet Aromatic Sharp Leaf Celtuce – Salad Wangi Manis Tajam BBS
    Lactuca sativa L. angustana Irish ex Bremer, syn. Var. asparagina Bailey(Compositae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 888929
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Sweet Aromatic Sharp Leaf Celtuce is a variety of lettuce with a swollen crisp fleshy stem and narrow sharp leaves. This stem lettuce is an annual which tolerates a wide range of temperature. Highly aromatic! Vigorous growth. The plants are peeled and thinly sliced before being stir-fried. The hearts may also be eaten like Cos lettuce.

    Butterhead Lettuce is a very reliable and extremely easy to grow type. It produces crisp green leaves all year round. The leaves of this cultivar form into a ball or head as it grows and matures. Butterhead Lettuce tastes good and iot is normally eaten raw in salads but it can also be stir-fried. It is also a basic in sandwiches, and as a decorative garnish for other foods. It is nutritious, yet low in calories. That is why it is so popular for dieters, and for those who want to stay trim. This vegetable is also generally cooked as a vegetable and added to soups and stir-fries. It is a source of beta-carotene and vitamin A.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves, stems
    Best soil: Lettuce requires a rich but well-drained soil with plenty of compost dug in and continual watering during the growing season if they are to thrive. Liming is necessary before seed sowing. The seedlings of lettuce do not grow well in acidic soil. A soil ph of 6 and 7 is most suitable and preferred.
    How to plant: Lettuce seeds are very fine. Before sowing, they are usually placed in a thin cotton cloth bag and soaked in water for an hour. The seeds can then be mixed with fine sand and sown directly. You can also plant indoors in pots. Cover the seeds with a very fine layer of loose soil or starting mixture. Lettuce likes lots of moisture. Transplanting should only be done in cool, preferably cloudy weather or in the evening. Water thoroughly unless it rains, for about a week. The key to growing crisp, sweet lettuce, is to get it growing at a fast pace. That means plenty of water, and a healthy dose of fertilizer. When transplanting lettuce in hot weather, place some form of sun shade over the plant for a couple of days. Any makeshift shade will do.
    When to harvest: 40 to 90 days after sowing of seeds, can be ready to begin cutting in as little as three weeks. Harvesting should be done in the early part of the day. Pick lettuces as soon as it is big enough to use. The outer leaves can be picked and the inner leaves are allowed to grow further. Loose leaf varieties will grow back after cutting.
    How to harvest: Use a sharp knife or scissors. Or the whole plants are pulled up.
    Care: Water frequently during dry spells. Slugs and snails, as well as caterpillars are the biggest problem. Insects can become a real problem, too. We like to avoid insecticides on leafy vegetables wherever possible. We suggest organic sprays and a willingness to give up some of the harvest to insects versus using pesticides. After all, one of the reasons most of us have gardens is to avoid the pesticides. We do not recommend insecticides at all for loose leaf lettuce varieties. Slugs are a real problem for all types of lettuces. There are a variety of control methods.
  • Serbajadi Lettuce Fire Red – Salad Merah BBS 046

    RM 2.40

    Lettuce Fire Red is an annual glabrous herb with cylindrical stems and attractive deep red leaves. They are incredibly ornamental as well as appetizing.

     

    Lettuce Fire Red BBS046
    Lactuca sativa var.
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 889117
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Lettuce Fire Red is an annual glabrous herb with cylindrical stems and attractive deep red leaves. They are incredibly ornamental as well as appetizing. This is a vigorous grower producing an abundance of tasty, attractive, frilly green leaves. Lettuce is the starting point for every good salad. It is also a basic in sandwiches, and as a decorative garnish for other foods. It is nutritious, yet low in calories. That is why it is so popular for dieters, and for those who want to stay trim. Dieting and health issues aside, we eat lettuce because it tastes good! This vegetable is also generally cooked as a vegetable and added to soups and stir-fries. It is a source of beta-carotene and vitamin A.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves, stems and shoots
    Best soil: Lettuce requires a rich but well-drained soil with plenty of compost dug in and continual watering during the growing season if they are to thrive. The seedlings of lettuce do not grow well in acidic soil. A soil ph of 6 and 7 is most suitable and preferred.
    How to plant: Lettuce seeds are very fine. Before sowing, the seeds are usually placed in a thin cotton cloth bag and soaked in water for an hour. The seeds can be mixed with fine sand and sown directly. You can also plant indoors in pots. Given a lot of direct sunlight, it also results in a strong seedling. When transplanting in the garden, you can give it the proper spacing. Liming is necessary before seed sowing. Cover the seeds with a very fine layer of loose soil or starting mixture. Whether sowing indoors or out, you will likely want to transplant your seedlings with the proper spacing for full development without crowding. Lettuce likes lots of moisture. Transplanting should only be done in cool, preferably cloudy weather. If the weather is hot and sunny, we recommend putting off transplanting if possible. If this is not possible, then transplant in the evening. Water thoroughly and every day after, unless it rains, for about a week. The key to growing crisp, sweet lettuce, is to get it growing at a fast pace. That means plenty of water, and a healthy dose of fertilizer. When transplanting lettuce in hot weather, place some form of sun shade over the plant for a couple of days. Any makeshift shade will do.
    When to harvest: 30 to 45 days after sowing of seeds, can be ready to begin cutting in as little as three weeks when leaves are 6” to 8” tall. Harvesting should be done in the early part of the day. Pick lettuces as soon as it is big enough to use. The outer leaves can be picked and the inner leaves are allowed to grow further. Or, use the plants pulled while thinning. Loose leaf varieties will grow back after cutting.
    How to harvest: For greens, use whole plants when they are small. Use a sharp knife or scissors to cut off 2” to 3” from base of the stem. Or the whole plants are pulled up.
    Care: Water frequently during dry spells. Slugs and snails, as well as caterpillars are the biggest problem. Insects can become a real problem, too. Lettuce is delicate, and can absorb many insecticides. If you want or need to use insecticides, look for brands that are less harmful to you and the environment. We like to avoid insecticides on leafy vegetables wherever possible. We suggest organic sprays and a willingness to give up some of the harvest to insects versus using pesticides. After all, one of the reasons most of us have gardens is to avoid the pesticides. We do not recommend insecticides at all for loose leaf lettuce varieties. Slugs are a real problem for all types of lettuces. There are a variety of control methods.
  • Serbajadi Long Beans-Kacang Panjang BBS 002

    RM 2.40

    Long bean (also known as string bean) is an annual climbing herb and is a very popular legume. The stems climb in an anticlockwise direction bearing trifoliate leaves.

     

    Long Bean - Kacang Panjang BBS002
    Vigna sesquipedalis (Leguminosae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 880053
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Long bean (also known as string bean) is an annual climbing herb and is a very popular legume. The stems climb in an anticlockwise direction bearing trifoliate leaves. Young pods and leaves are eaten as vegetables and are added to numerous traditional dishes. Usually fried or cooked in curries, long beans are also mixed in salads. Long beans are rich in Vitamin A and C and calcium.

    Type of vegetable: Seeds bearing pods
    Edible parts: Fleshy green immature pods and leaves.
    Best soil: Do best in full sun on fertile, slightly alkaline soil, improved with plenty of organic matter. The plant tolerates acid soils and can be grown in areas with very low rainfall.
    How to plant: Long bean should be grown in beds. Erect appropriate supports before sowing or planting out to avoid damaging young plants.
    When to harvest: About two weeks after flowering when the immature pods are fleshy, yet brittle, so harvest frequently; this also encourages greater yields. Beans are at their tastiest when pods are full sized and firm and freshly picked.
    How to harvest: Cut pods with a pair of scissors.
    Care: Water generously when flowering starts, to encourage pods to set. Avoid applying too much nitrogen-rich fertiliser. Leave the nutrient-rich roots to break down in the soil after harvest.
  • Serbajadi Mustard (Kai Choy) BBS 042

    RM 2.40

    Mustard Green or Chinese Green Mustard is an erect, branched annual plant.

     

    Mustard Green - Kai Choy BBS042
    Brassica juncea (L.) Czern.
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 888912
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Mustard Green or Chinese Green Mustard is an erect, branched annual plant. It has a tall, thick stem and is very hardy. This is a very nutritious plant and high in vitamins. This vegetable is best eaten cooked, commonly served stir-fried, or boiled with a mix of vegetables or just steamed and used as a condiment to Thai spicy dipping sauce.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves, crunchy leaf stalks and young flowering shoots
    Best soil: It is tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions including soils with high acidity but does not thrive in well drained soils as it matures rapidly. Soil should not be too rich or the plants will be less hardy.
    How to plant: It is grown from seeds. Plants should be spaced about 60 cm apart. Fairly high, stable temperatures are required for optimum growth.
    When to harvest: At 40 days after sowing; it can be used at virtually any stage. Harvest when the leaves and shoots develop and the leaf stalks look fresh and crisp.
    How to harvest: By cutting whole head above ground level.
    Care: Nitrogenous top dressing is required at regular intervals to obtain full leaf development.
  • Serbajadi Nai You Pak Choy -Pak Choy Pendek BBS013

    RM 2.40

    Pak Choy, also called Chinese Cabbage. This vegetable is biennial; is shallow-rooted and very fast growing.

     

    Nai You Pak Choy BBS013
    Brasicca Rapa sp.
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code:9 556430 103176
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Pak Choy, also called Chinese Cabbage. This vegetable is biennial; is shallow-rooted and very fast growing. . The whole plant is edible – leaves, crunchy leaf stalks and young flowering shoots – and it can be used at virtually any stage. It is usually braised whole, or halved lengthwise. It's a favorite in a wide variety of Chinese and Asian stir-fry recipes. It can also be steamed.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves, crunchy leaf stalks and young flowering shoots
    Best soil: Plant in rich, loose garden soil. Induce fast growth with an early application of fertiliser. Keep the soil moist.
    How to plant: The seeds can be directly seeded into your garden, or seeded indoors for transplanting later. Sow seeds and cover lightly with 1/4" or less of fine garden or seed starting soil. Seeds germinate in 7- 10 days
    When to harvest: At 45 – 50 days after sowing when they have reached 12” – 18: tall. It can be used at virtually any stage. Should always be picked when the leaves and leaf stalks look fresh and crisp.
    How to harvest: Remove whole plant from the soil.
    Care: Nitrogenous top dressing is required at regular intervals to obtain full leaf development.
  • Serbajadi Oily Green Winged Bean BBS 065

    RM 1.00

    Oily Green Winged Bean, also known as winged bean, is a climbing perennial, grown as an annual. It belongs to the same family as the French beans and long beans. The bean is easy to plant but needs a strong trellis or supports.

     

    Oily Green Winged Bean - Kacang Botor Hijau Minyak BBS065
    Psophocarpus tetragonolobus DC
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 133265
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1gm

    Oily Green Winged Bean, also known as winged bean, is a climbing perennial, grown as an annual. It belongs to the same family as the French beans and long beans. The bean is easy to plant but needs a strong trellis or supports. The pale green pods, which are about 12-15 cm (5-6 inches) long, have a frilly edge along four sides. The bean is highly nutritious, containing both protein and oil. Every part of the bean plant, except the stem has a culinary use. The young beans are crunchy and delicious as salad. The more mature beans can be cooked into various dishes and the leaves; especially the young shoots are edible when cooked. The flowers can be fried and taste like mushrooms.

    Type of vegetable: Seed bearing pods
    Edible parts: Seed Pods, young leaves, flowers, young shoots and roots
    Best soil: Grows in most types of soil, but it is good to prepare the planting ground with compost for good yield.
    How to plant: It is propagated by seeds that are soaked overnight
    When to harvest: Will bear flowers after 2 months of planting and in 20 days, the beans can be harvested.
    How to harvest:Twist ripe ears off stalks
    Care: Keep soil moist and weed regularly.
  • Serbajadi Okra Red – Kacang Bendi Merah BBS 028

    RM 2.40

    Okra Red is a tropical vegetable, requiring considerable heat to grow successfully.

     

    F1 Hybrid Okra Red - Kacang Bendi Merah BBS028
    Hibiscus esculentus L. syn. Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) moench. (Malvaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 338738
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Okra Red is a tropical vegetable, requiring considerable heat to grow successfully. The flowers are like those of a hollyhock, and the fruits, which are eaten in the young state, are long and reddish in colour, tapering to a blunt point, and often five-sided in cross-section. It is an annual herb of up to 2 m in height, with hairy, woody stems when mature. And is easy to grow. This vegetable boasts of ample amounts of vitamins and minerals which our body needs. The fruit is also high in vitamin B, folic acid and fiber. The young pods are ideal for exotic dishes and can be eaten raw, sliced, fried or use in stews, meat dishes and omelettes.

    Type of vegetable: Seed bearing pods
    Edible parts: Seed Pods
    Best soil: Grows well on loams which are well fertilised with manure
    How to plant: Sow seeds ½” to 1” deep, 6” apart, in rows spaced 30” to 48” apart.
    When to harvest: 55 to 70 days after setting out seeds. Harvest first crop about 5-10 days after flowering when pods are 2” to 4” long. Continue harvesting pods every 2 days for freshness.
    How to harvest: Cut fruits with a pair of scissors or sharp knife
    Care: Keep soil moist and weed regularly.
  • Serbajadi Pak Choy (White Stem) BBS 039

    RM 2.40

    Pak Choy, also called Chinese Cabbage, is a Chinese vegetable that's easy to grow.

     

    Pak Choy White Stem BBS039
    Brassica rapa L. subspecies chinensis
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 888790
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Pak Choy, also called Chinese Cabbage, is a Chinese vegetable that's easy to grow. It is a small slow bolting plant with a rosette of upright leaves with thickened and flattened usually white petioles and with round smooth leaves and thick pure white stalks This is a fast-growing annual; do well in a hot, wet summer climate, and can be ready in as little as five weeks. It's a favorite in a wide variety of Chinese and Asian stir-fry recipes. It can also be steamed. Pak Choy is usually chopped before being cooked, but small specimens may be cooked whole.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves, stems and shoots
    Best soil: Plant in rich, loose garden soil with a pH level of 6.0-6.8 is most suitable. Induce fast growth with an early application of fertiliser. Keep the soil moist.
    How to plant: Pak Choy is grown from seed. The seeds can be directly seeded into your garden, or seeded indoors for transplanting later. Sow seeds and cover lightly with 1/4" or less of fine garden or seed starting soil. Seeds germinate in 7- 10 days. Space or thin plants to 6" - 10" apart in rows 18" - 30" apart. When to harvest: 45 -50 days when leaves are 12” to1 8” tall
    How to harvest: For greens, use whole plants when they are small. Cut off 2” to 3” from base of the stem.
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly. Maintain good drainage. Nitrogenous top dressing is required at regular intervals to obtain full leaf development. Full exposure to sunlight is required for optimum growth.
  • Serbajadi Pak Choy Green BBS 006

    RM 2.40

    Pak Choy, also called Chinese Cabbage, is easy to grow. It is a small plant with a rosette of upright leaves with thickened and flattened usually white petioles and smooth, rounded blades.

     

    Pak Choy Green BBS006
    Brassica rapa L. subspecies chinesis
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 880053
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Pak Choy, also called Chinese Cabbage, is easy to grow. It is a small plant with a rosette of upright leaves with thickened and flattened usually white petioles and smooth, rounded blades. This type of non-heading cabbage grows quickly and is widely and popularly grown. The leaf stalks are a beautiful, light green: they are broad, flattish, and widen out at the base and the petioles are white and thickened. Pak Choy is high in fibre, protein, iron, calcium and vitamins A and C. Eat it in soups, in salads, and the whole vegetable is used extensively in cooking for its succulent texture, either braised, boiled, steamed or stir-fried. It's a favorite in a wide variety of Chinese and Asian stir-fry recipes.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves, crunchy leaf stalks and young flowering shoots
    Best soil: This vegetable is tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions including soils with high acidity but does not thrive in well drained soils as it matures rapidly.
    How to plant: Pak Choy is grown from seeds. The seeds can be directly seeded into your garden, or seeded indoors for transplanting later. Sow seeds and cover lightly with 1/4" or less of fine garden or seed starting soil. Seeds germinate in 7- 10 days. Space or thin plants to 6" - 10" apart in rows 18" - 30" apart.
    When to harvest: At 45 – 50 days after sowing when they have reached 12” – 18” tall; it can be used at virtually any stage. Should always be picked when the leaves and leaf stalks look fresh and crisp.
    How to harvest: Remove whole head from the soil
    Care: Pak Choy needs plenty of water in warm temperatures. Nitrogenous top dressing is required at regular intervals to obtain full leaf development. Keep plants well weeded.
  • Serbajadi Pumpkin BBS 035

    RM 2.40

    Pumpkins belong to the “Curcurbita” family. Everybody loves pumpkins. People are fascinated by them. Pumpkins are tender annuals with creeping vines that can quickly spread very far and soft round stems with large fruits.

     

    F1 hybrid Pumpkin - Labu BBS035 F1 Hybrid
    Lactuca sativa L. angustana Irish ex Bremer, syn. Var. asparagina Bailey(Compositae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 888868
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Pumpkins belong to the "Curcurbita" family. Everybody loves pumpkins. People are fascinated by them. Pumpkins are tender annuals with creeping vines that can quickly spread very far and soft round stems with large fruits. Pumpkins can be cooked in a variety of ways as a vegetable or a soup. They can be used in dessert or main dish recipes. The seeds can be roasted or toasted in an oven and enjoyed as a snack, similar to sunflower seeds. Pumpkin seeds also contain zinc, which is useful for testosterone production as well as magnesium, useful for inducing sleep. Pumpkins are swell decorative items for Halloween. Whole, uncut pumpkins can be stored at room temperature for several months, but keep them away from direct light or extreme temperatures.

    Type of vegetable: Fleshy fruit
    Edible parts: The young leaves, shoots and flowers and mature fruits can all be eaten.
    Best soil: Pumpkins are big feeders. They prefer a well-drained light, sandy loam that’s rich in humus and slightly alkaline in a sunny spot. Add generous supplies of compost. Fertilise on a regular basis. Use a high nitrogen formula in early plant growth. Switch over to a fertilizer high in Phosphorous (the middle number) just before the blooming period.
    How to plant: Pumpkin plants can be started indoors in biodegrable pots or they can be directly seeded into your garden 15 cm apart from each other. They will germinate in about 8 – 10 days. Remove the first flowers if they appear soon after transplanting. Pumpkin seeds can be planted in hills four to six feet apart Sow four to six seeds per hill, thinning to two to three. Or, plant in rows six inches apart, thinning to 1 to 3 feet apart, depending upon how much space you have.
    When to harvest: 100-120 days. It's easy to tell when a pumpkin is ripe. It turns a bright orange. When they have a hard skin and cracked stem. Days to maturity vary widely, depending upon variety
    How to harvest: Use a sharp knife to cut the stem 1 inch above the fruit. And, never carry a pumpkin by the stem, as it can break.
    Care: Pumpkins need lots of water. Try to keep the soil moist, not wet, at all times. Mulch with grass, straw, or leaves. Add generous supplies of compost. May be trained on trellise and fences if sling-style support is used for ripening the fruit. It is also important to avoid getting the leaves wet, if possible. Heat and humidity is the perfect ingredient for powdery mildew, a major problem for your pumpkin patch. Also, avoid watering near dark.
  • Serbajadi Red Amaranthus-Bayam Merah BBS 027

    RM 2.40

    Commonly known as Chinese spinach, this vegetable is not hard to recognize given its striking round shaped leaves which green with bright red spot at the centre.

     

    Red Leaf Amaranth– Bayam Merah BBS027
    Amaranthus spp. (Amaranthaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 873161
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Commonly known as Chinese spinach, this vegetable is not hard to recognize given its striking round shaped leaves which green with bright red spot at the centre. Not only is red-leaved Amaranth flavoursome, it is inexpensive and can be grown quite easily in your garden. It is considered one of the world’s healthiest vegetables and exceptionally nutritious. Both the leaves and stems are edible, and delicious. The plant should be washed well and the leaves pulled off the stems before cooking. The stem is usually peeled before it is cooked. It can be steamed, simmered in soups, or cooked in coconut milk with root vegetables such as sweet potato or pumpkin.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves; shoots, stems
    Best soil: A light, sandy, well-drained and fertile soil.
    How to plant: The seeds should be sown very thinly on soil. Seedlings, when they sprout, should be planted about 3-6 inches apart.
    When to harvest: 30 days after sowing of seeds when leaves are 6” to 8” (15-25 cm) tall.
    How to harvest: For greens, use whole plant when they are small; carefully pull out whole plant from the ground. For large plants, cut off 3” to 4” from base of stems
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly. Nitrogenous fertilisers are required during active growth.
  • Serbajadi Red Chili BBS 005

    RM 2.40

    Red Chili or Hot pepper is a very variable branched perennial herb with a woody stem at its base and it contains a chemical known as capsaicin which is helpful for boosting immune function and protecting skin.

     

    F1 Hybrid Red Chili (Hot Pepper) - Cili Merah BBS005 F1 Hybrid
    Capsicum annuum L. – group longum (Solanaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 873338
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Red Chili or Hot pepper is a very variable branched perennial herb with a woody stem at its base and it contains a chemical known as capsaicin which is helpful for boosting immune function and protecting skin. Red Chili contain high levels of vitamin C and vitamin B6, which plays an important role in generating energy which is able to neutralize cancer-related cause and may help prevent stomach cancer. The height of the plant varies from 0.5 – 1.5 m. The fruit is small, narrow or rounded and can be grown in pots, in vegetable beds or in the ground. In its unripe stage, the fruit is green or purplish, ripening to red, orange, yellow, brown, cream or purplish. Red Chili can be eaten raw, pickled, cooked and added to stews, dried and ground and is used in a variety of dishes to add varying degrees of hotness, according to tasted.

    Type of vegetable: Fleshy fruited
    Edible parts: Fruits
    Best soil: Chilies need a very sunny, well-drained, open spot. They prefer organically enriched. Loose soil, not overly high in nitrogen. Soil should have a layer of good organic material
    How to plant: Sow seeds in trays indoors 6 to 8 weeks before setting out plants. Set out plants 18’ to 24” apart in rows spaced 30” to 36” apart. Alternatively, young plants can be kept in pots.
    When to harvest: 60 to 100 days after setting out when they are full sized and either fully coloured or still green; they can be picked at either stage. A mature chili is heavy and firm to the touch.
    How to harvest: Cut stems with a pair of scissors or sharp knife, ½ inch from the cap. Do not pull peppers from plants when they are full size and deep green or red in color. Frequent cutting encourages production.
    Care: Water heavily when young; lightly for the rest of the growing season. Mulch or cultivate shallowly when young.
  • Serbajadi Red Flower Pole Bean BBS 056

    RM 2.40

    Red Flower Pole Bean is an annual climbing herb and is a popular legume. The stem grows quite long, climbing in an anticlockwise direction and bearing trifoliate leaves.

     

    Red Flower Pole Bean – Kacang Panjang Berbunga Merah
    Vigna sinensis L. Leguminosae
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 133159
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Red Flower Pole Bean is an annual climbing herb and is a popular legume. The stem grows quite long, climbing in an anticlockwise direction and bearing trifoliate leaves. Young pods and leaves are eaten as vegetable and are added to numerous traditional dishes (soups, stews, curries). Beans are at their tastiest when pods are full sized and firm and freshly picked, so harvest frequently, this also encourages greater yield.

    Kacang Pajang berbunga Merah nerupakan sejenis tumbahan herba kekacang berjalar yang sangat popular. Batangnya membesar mendaki arah lawan jam dan mempunyai tiga daun galas. Batang dan kilitnya dimakan sebagai sayuran dan ditambah kepada pelbagai hidangan tradisi. Kekacang ini amat lazat apabila buah bersaiz besar dan dipetik segar. Kekerapapan tuaian dapat menggalakkan penghasilan.

    Type of vegetable: Seed-bearing pods
    Edible parts: Seed pods; seeds
    Best soil: Require a sunny position and a well-drained and well aerated soil; improved with plenty of organic matter.
    How to plant: Sow seeds in pots indoor. Erect appropriate supports provided with crossed poles or they can be planted up a well-supported wire-netting fence, before sowing or planting out to avoid damaging young plants.
    When to harvest: Beans are at their tastiest when pods are full sized and firm and freshly picked, so harvest frequently; this also encourages greater yields.
    How to harvest: Cut pods with pruners
    Care: There is no need to water before flowering, unless plants are wilting. Begin watering generously when flowering starts to encourage pods to set. Avoid applying too much nitrogen-rich fertiliser. Leave the nutrient-rich roots to break down in the soil after harvest.
  • Serbajadi Round Leaf Green Amaranthus – Bayam Daun Berbulat BBS 052

    RM 2.40

    Green Amaranth or Chinese Spinach is a popular vegetable which is very easy to grow and widely distributed throughout the tropics.

     

    Round Leaf Green Amaranth BBS052
    Amaranthus spp.
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9556430 733076
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Green Amaranth or Chinese Spinach is a popular vegetable which is very easy to grow and widely distributed throughout the tropics. This short-lived annual plant with erect stems which are thick and fleshy is rich in vitamins and minerals. The plant is heat tolerant and mature early. The plant should be washed well and the leaves pulled off the stems before cooking. It can be steamed, simmered in soups, or cooked in coconut milk with root vegetables such as sweet potato or pumpkin.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves; shoots, stems
    Best soil: Fertile, well-drained
    How to plant: Sow seeds ¼” deep, ½” apart, in rows spaced 2 feet apart, thin seedlings 24” apart
    When to harvest: 30 days after sowing of seeds when leaves are 6” to 8” (15-25 cm) tall.
    How to harvest: For greens, use whole plant when they are small; carefully pull out whole plant from the ground. For large plants, cut off 3” to 4” from base of stems
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly. Nitrogenous fertilisers are required during active growth.
  • Serbajadi Sweet Aromatic Sharp Leaf Celtuce BBS 064

    RM 2.40

    Sweet Aromatic Sharp Leaf Celtuce is a variety of lettuce with a swollen crisp fleshy stem and narrow sharp leaves.

     

    Sweet Aromatic Sharp Leaf Celtuce – Salad Wangi Manis Tajam BBS
    Lactuca sativa L. angustana Irish ex Bremer, syn. Var. asparagina Bailey(Compositae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 770125
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 100 ml

    Sweet Aromatic Sharp Leaf Celtuce is a variety of lettuce with a swollen crisp fleshy stem and narrow sharp leaves. This stem lettuce is an annual which tolerates a wide range of temperature. Highly aromatic! Vigorous growth. The plants are peeled and thinly sliced before being stir-fried. The hearts may also be eaten like Cos lettuce.

    Salad Wangi Manis Tajam sejenis salad batang berisi dan berdaun tajam. Saladini boleh bertahan dalam pelbagai keadaan suhu. Tinggi araomatik. Tumbuh membesar. Dihiris nipis sebelum dibuat masakan kacau goring. Isinya boleh dimakan seperti salad berdaun panjang.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves and stems
    Best soil: Fertile, well-drained loose soil
    How to plant: Sow seeds ¼” deep 1” apart in rows 12” apart. Thin to 4” to 6” apart
    When to harvest: 45 days after sowing
    How to harvest: Carefully pluck whole plant from the ground
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly
  • Serbajadi Sweet Corn Bi-Color -Jagung Susu BBS 030

    RM 2.40

    Bi-coloured sweet corns with a mixture of yellow and white grains are now very popular. This variety boasts both yellow and white kernels.

     

    F1 Hybrid Sweet Corn Bicolor - Jagung BBS030 F1 Hybrid
    Zea mays L. (Gramineae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 338837
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Bi-coloured sweet corns with a mixture of yellow and white grains are now very popular. This variety boasts both yellow and white kernels. Not only does it taste good, it looks good too! This extra tender hybrid, with a high sugar content that gives a deliciously sweet flavour, when roasted or boiled, is a favourite street-stall snack. Interestingly, sweet corn is often used in desserts and cakes and also as a flavouring for ice-cream.

    Sweet Corn is among the most popular of vegetables. Sweet corn is a variety of maize which can be grown throughout the year. The freshly picked cobs, cooked seconds after harvest, taste terrific. The sweet, tender cobs are delicious when boiled briefly and topped with melted butter and eaten straight off the cob. Sweet corn really contains excellent nutritional value and is a source of fiber and vitamin B, also it is a gluten-free cereal. Just soak the ears, husk and all, in a bucket of water for a couple of hours. Then, cook it on your grill, turning regularly. When it's done, pull off the husk, eat and enjoy!

    Type of vegetable: Seed –bearing
    Edible parts: Seeds on ears
    Best soil: Grow corn in full sun and a rich garden soil. Soil should be well drained and may be slightly acid. It should be fertile, with a good dressing of balanced fertiliser applied before planting.
    How to plant: Sow seeds 1” to 2” deep, 4 feet to 6 inches apart in rows spaced 3 to 4 feet apart. Corn can also be planted in hills spaced 3 feet apart. Sow at least two rows of corn for pollination (3 or 4 rows are better). Careful sowing in warm moist soil or compost is essential to ensure good germination and the crop can be grown throughout the year. Some home gardeners will plant two seeds close together then, thin out one of them if both grow. Water well after planting, and again two to four days later if there has been no rain.
    When to harvest: Ranges from 65 to 95 days depending on variety. Without taking it off the plant, pull back the husk just enough to expose the tip of the ear. If it is not ripe, close it back up and tie a "twister" around it to seal out the bugs. Corn is ready when the silk has dried and turned a dark brown. Check sweet corn for maturity when the silks turn brown by piercing a kernel. A milky liquid in the kernels is a sign of ripeness; test for it by puncturing a kernel with your fingernail. Use immediately after harvesting, the cobs which are tender, nutritious and pleasantly sweet. Corn loses it's flavor very rapidly. Once it is picked, the sugars immediately begin to turn to starch.
    How to harvest: Corn is at it's best when the kernels have just filled out. It is best to pick corn just before eating. If you need to store it, harvest corn in the morning when it is at it's peak sweetness. Pull ears down, while twisting, to break them off the plant. It helps to hold the cornstalk with your free hand. This avoids breaking the stalk of the plant.
    Care: Keep soil evenly moist, don’t let soil dry out once ears start to form silks. Apply a high nitrogen fertilizer when plants are 12” to 15” tall and again when they are 30” tall. Fertilize with a general purpose fertiliser every two to three weeks. Water regularly in dry weather Water deeply. Keep corn plants well weeded in their early life. Place mulch between the rows to keep weeds down. Keep the plants separate from other sweet corn varieties to prevent cross-pollination and maintain the colours.
  • Serbajadi Sweet Pea-Kacang Pea BBS 032

    RM 2.40

    Sweet Peas are worth growing because nothing beats the taste of a freshly podded pea.

     

    Sweet Pea - Kacang Manis BBS032
    Pisum sativum var. saccaratum
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code:9 556430 873130
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Sweet Peas are worth growing because nothing beats the taste of a freshly podded pea. Good source of vitamin B1 and folic acid. The plant is an annual herb with climbing slender stems. Very widely grown in all areas. The long and slightly curved fleshy pods should be gathered young and cooked whole.

    Fresh peas are best Heavy yielding, and of fine flavour. They can be par-boiled in soup, or simply stir fried with fresh ginger.

    Type of vegetable: Seed bearing pods
    Edible parts: Tender young shoots, known as ‘dou miao’, and tender pods
    Best soil: Sugar pea needs a reasonably rich and fertile soils that is kept moist so add compost or manure before you plan to sow them. They will not grow well on compacted, poorly drained or waterlogged soil, or extremely acid or alkaline soil.
    How to plant: Sweet Peas are easy to grow and produce high yields. They are propagated by seeds. Sow seeds in pots indoor or they can be sown in situ.. Erect appropriate supports provided with crossed poles or they can be planted up a well-supported wire-netting fence, before sowing or planting out to avoid damaging young plants.
    When to harvest: Hold pods up to the light to see how full they are. Harvest pods from the bottom of the plant first. Harvesting a few sparingly will not damage the plants. Complete picking encourages further production.
    How to harvest: Cut pods from the stalks with a pair of scissors
    Care: Because harvested pods deteriorate quickly, store only for 24 hours, loosely tossed in a container in the refrigerator.
  • Serbajadi Tomato BBS 004

    RM 2.40

    Tomatoes are the most popular vegetable for home gardeners. No other vegetable comes close to their popularity. And, it is no wonder, as there is nothing better than a ripe tomato straight out of the garden.

     

    F1 Hybrid Tomato BBS004 F1 Hybrid
    Solanum lycopersicum esculentum Mill.
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 873314
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Tomatoes are the most popular vegetable for home gardeners. No other vegetable comes close to their popularity. And, it is no wonder, as there is nothing better than a ripe tomato straight out of the garden. Growing tomato plants is easy. They produce an abundance of globe shape fruits which are yellow, orange or red when ripe, smooth and of varying shapes and sizes. The plants typically grow to 1-3 meters in height with a weak stem that often sprawls over the ground and vines over other plants. The best tomato is one that ripens on the vine.

    Tomato is a must have ingredient in tomato pasta sauce, tomatoes help lend a sour tang to various cuisines around the world. Tomato is a fruit but is commonly mistaken for a vegetable as it is used among other vegetables in the culinary sense. It is high in fiber and contains 18% protein. Tomatoes are loaded with lycopene, which research has shown to help protect cells. Lycopene is reportedly able to prevent heart disease and so cancers. Vitaminss C, A, niacin and potassium are also present in tomatoes. Tomatoes also stimulate the body’s immune system, reduces blood clots and lower cholesterol.

    The ever popular tomato can be eaten raw, in salads or in sandwiches. Alternatively, stir fry, steam or boil, making it a main meal or as a side dish. The fruit is also consumed in many ways and can be, roasted, fried, sautéed, added to soups and also used in drinks and as garnishing in a lot of dishes. Unlike other fruit and vegetables, tomatoes have greater potency after they are cooked.

    Type of vegetable: Fleshy fruited
    Edible parts: Fruits
    Best soil: The best soil is slightly acid, organically enriched sand or clay loam and will also grow well in bags of peat or peat-like components. Fruit will ripen faster in sandy soil.
    How to plant: Tomato plants are usually started indoors in small containers or individual pots of multipurpose potting mix, and cover with sifted potting mix. As soon as the seedlings emerge, they need full sunlight to grow sturdy. Erect supports and plant out in the final positions after hardened off. To minimize transplant shock, avoid disturbing the roots. Normal spacing is 24 " apart, in rows 30" to 36" apart.
    When to harvest: The fruits can be harvested 3 months after planting. Pick when fruits are still green or orange and have reached the desired size. The plant continues to bear fruits for another 3-4 months.
    How to harvest: Twist the fruit from the stem, bracing the plant to avoid damage, or cut off the fruit with a sharp knife.
    Care: Deep watering is preferable. Keep water off the leaves if at all possible. Tomatoes are susceptible to plant disease that grows in wet, humid conditions. Do not water at night if possible. Tomatoes need to be pruned and trained to keep their rampant growth in bounds. Fertilise on a regular basis.. As blossoming occurs, switch to fertilisers which are higher in Phosphorus and Potassium. Too much Nitrogen fertiliser results in lots of lush green leaves, and little fruit.
  • Serbajadi Water Convulos-Kang Kong BBS 022

    RM 2.40

    Water Convolvulus or water spinach or water mimosa is a semi- aquatic perennial herb that can grow in water or soil.

     

    Water Convolvulus (pointed leaf ) - Kangkong BBS022
    Ipomoea aquatica Forsk. (Convolvulaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 880053
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Water Convolvulus or water spinach or water mimosa is a semi- aquatic perennial herb that can grow in water or soil. This vegetable is very common in South-East Asia because it requires little care. It is believed that plants grown on drier soil tastes better. It is used extensively in Malay and Chinese cuisine. It is nutritious high in vitamins and minerals required for the various functions of the body. Large amounts of potassium and sodium are also found in it. This vegetable is best eaten cooked, by stir frying or steaming. It is normally matched with spicy dishes or cooked with a lot of chili because of its uniquely strong taste and smell.

    The vegetable also has medicinal users, In Chinese medicine it is used as a tonic, a laxative and even as an antidote in certain cases of food poisoning.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves and shoots
    Best soil: It requires high soil moisture and a high level of organic content. It can also adapt to a wide range of soil conditions.
    How to plant: It is easily raised from seed but may be propagated by cuttings. The young seedling plants are often grown on dry land.
    When to harvest: 30 days after sowing and as often as you like (after each harvest, new shoots will grow)
    How to harvest: Simply pluck desired young shoots with hands
    Care: Keep soil moist. High soil moisture is required.
  • Serbajadi Watermelon -Tembikai BBS 021

    RM 2.40
    Serbajadi Watermelon -Tembikai BBS 021
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 873635
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm
  • Serbajadi White Stalk Choy Sam BBS 057

    RM 2.40

    Grade A White Stalk Choy Sam is an annual plant that grows vigorously under good conditions. This is an easy and productive vegetable for the home vegetable garden.

     

    Grade A White Stalk Choy Sam - Sawi Batang Putih Jenis A BBS 057
    Brassica rapa L. var. parachinensis Cruciferae
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 133203
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 100 ml

    Grade A White Stalk Choy Sam is an annual plant that grows vigorously under good conditions. This is an easy and productive vegetable for the home vegetable garden. This vegetable is noted for non-fibrous good eating quality. The leaves are rich in vitamins A, B and C and in minerals like iron and calcium. The leaves and stems are consumed as a dish, and as one of the ingredients in noodle dishes. The crispy stems are blanched or boiled as green vegetables and served with oyster sauce or various other sauced.

    Sawi Batang Putih Jenis A merupakan tumbahan tahunan yang tumbah dalam keadaan baik. Produktif untuk tanaman dirumah serta terkenal dengan kualiti pemakan yang baik, tidak berserabut. Daunnya kaa dengan vitamin A, B, dan C seperti mineral seakan besi dan kalsium. Sesuai dibuat sup dan hidangan mee. Batang yang rangup boleh di celur atau direbus sebagai sayuran hijau dan dihidangan dengan sos tiram atau pelbagai sos.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Flowering stems, with associated small leaves and flower buds
    Best soil: Fertile, well drained soil with a pH level of 6.0-6.8 is most suitable.
    How to plant: Sow seeds ¼” deep, ½” apart, in rows spaced 2 feet apart. It can be directly sown into the field or it can be planted in the nursery and transplanted to the field. Thin seedlings 12” to 24” apart.
    When to harvest: 30 to 45 days after sowing of seeds when the first flowers have opened
    How to harvest: For greens, use whole plants when they are small. Cut off 2” to 3” from base of the stem.
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly. Maintain good drainage