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De Bolster supplies certified organic seed for a wide range of fruit vegetables: tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, courgettes, squashes (pumpkins) and sweet corn. Highly recommended from our own breeding programme: Plum Tomato 'Sensatica' and our climbing courgette 'Ola Escaladora'. The varieties we supply were developed under organic conditions and are especially suitable for professional vegetable cultivation. Whether you provide indoor and outdoor growing conditions, we will always have the right variety for meeting your requirements as an organic grower. These are robust, productive vegetables that require little fertilising compared to similar varieties and produce healthy - but above all - flavourful fruits! De Bolster offers the best organic seeds for successful organic cultivation.


Pepper Rootstock 'Skyborn F1' – Capsicum annuum NEW
'Skyborn F1' is a medium vigorous rootstock for all sweet- and hot pepper varieties. Highly resilient to root knot nematode, Verticillium and Pyrenochaeta.
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Hete peper Koh Samui F1
Red pepper with straight fruits 15 cm long, which can also be harvested green, if desired. Strong plants and very productive. These hot fruits have a weight of 30 gm and a Scoville score of 2000.
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expected January 2022
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Peper Koh Chang
Yellow pepper with straight fruits 13 cm long. Fairly short habit with very early fruit setting. These hot fruits have a weight of 25 gm and a Scoville score of 6000.
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Peper Koh Tao
Orange pepper with straight fruits 14 cm long. Strong plants and very productive. These hot fruits have a weight of 25 gm and a Scoville score of 4000.
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Pompoen Amoro F1 - Cucurbita maxima
Beautiful, bright orange winter squash with an exceptionally high yield. Bush type with short vine. Suitable for early sales. ‘Amoro’ is very easy to cook and has a sweet taste, perfect for soup.
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Pompoen Fictor
Dark orange/red winter squash with attractive, uniform fruits. ‘Fictor’ is a trailing ‘family intercross’ variety, very much appreciated because of the size of its fruits, beautiful colour and good, uniform shelf life.
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Pompoen Solor
Orange/red winter squash with beautiful, uniform fruits. ‘Solor’ is a trailing, open-pollinated variety with a good, uniform shelf life.
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Pompoen Uchiki Kuri
Orange-red squash with fruits varying in weight from 0.8 to 2 kg. Trailing type with 1-2 fruits per plant.
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Pompoen Tractor F1
Orange winter squash with beautiful, large fruits. Bush type with short vine and 1-2 fruits per plant. Very high yielding and good shelf life. ‘Tractor’ is easy to cook and has a good, mild taste.
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Pompoen Leckør F1 – Cucurbita maxima NEW
Pumpkin ‘Leckør F1’ has beautiful orange flesh with an excellent flavour. The tasty fruits can weigh 1-1,5 kg.
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expected January 2022
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Courgette Ola Gabriella F1
Productive yellow courgette with a mild, sweet taste. This plant has a parthenocarpic habit so the fruits set early in the season without the presence of male flowers.
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Klimcourgette ‘Ola Escaladora’
Climbing courgette ‘Ola Escaladora’ readily grows up netting or a fence. The long vines, which can reach anything up to 5 metres in length, need to be tied in at regular intervals so as to encourage the plant to grow upwards.
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expected December 2021
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