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Beans Beetroot Borage Cabbage Carrots Cauliflower Celery Chard Chilli's Courgette Cress Leeks
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Beetroot, Detroit Globe
Beta vulgaris
A good old variety producing a large, dark red fleshed root of excellent flavour. Sow thinly directly into soil in a sunny spot from March to July. Crop from June to October.
  Seeds (approx 20) @ 2.50

      


Beetroot, Boltardy
Beta vulgaris
An RHS award winning variety and like the name suggests, is resistant to bolting.  Sow thinly directly into soil in a sunny spot from March to July. Crop from June to October.
  Seeds (approx 20) @ 2.50

      


Broad Beans, Monica
Vicia faba
Fast-growing, earliest maturing variety with 5 to 6 very large white beans per pod. Sow February to July in containers or directly into soil in a sunny spot. Grow up cane supports or wigwams. White flowers. Crop from July to October.
  Seeds (approx 25) @ 2.50

      


Runner Bean, Scarlet Emperor
Phaseolus coccineus
One of the most popular varieties of runner bean in the UK. Fast-growing, prolific, bright red flowered variety with excellent flavour. Sow April to June in containers or directly into soil. Grow up cane supports or wigwams. Attractive scarlet flowers. Crop from July to October.
  Seeds (approx 25) @ 2.50

      


Runner Bean, Enorma
Phaseolus coccineus

Fast-growing with pods up to 20 long! Sow April to July in containers or directly into soil. Grow up cane supports or wigwams. Attractive red flowers. Crop from July to October.
  Seeds (approx 25) @ 2.50

      


Runner Bean, Painted Lady
Phaseolus coccineus

An old traditional variety of runner bean with superb flavour. Best picked when about 6" to 7" long for a tender stringless bean flavoursome bean. Sow April to July in containers or directly into soil. Grow up cane supports or wigwams. Attractive red & white flowers. Crop from July to October.
  Seeds (approx 25) @ 2.50

      


Runner Bean, White Lady
Phaseolus coccineus

Producing long tender, stringless pods of outstanding flavour, these are without doubt one of the best runner bean varieties. Sow April to July in containers or directly into soil. Grow up cane supports or wigwams. Attractive white flowers. Crop from July to October.
  Seeds (approx 25) @ 2.50

      


Runner Bean, Moonlight
Phaseolus coccineus

A self setting variety of stringless, smooth pods of good runner bean flavour. Very reliable! Sow April to July in containers or directly into soil. Grow up cane supports or wigwams. Attractive white flowers. Crop from July to October.
  Seeds (approx 25) @ 2.50

      


Runner Bean, Prizewinner
Phaseolus coccineus

As the name suggests, this is a great variety for the show bench. Producing very long beans and yet still flavoursome! Sow April to July in containers or directly into soil. Grow up cane supports or wigwams. Attractive red flowers. Crop from July to October.
  Seeds (approx 25) @ 2.50

      


Runner Bean, Lady Di
Phaseolus coccineus

Heavy crops of long, stringless beans. Another one for the show bench! The seeds are slow to develop in the pod which means you have a longer harvesting period. Sow April to July in containers or directly into soil. Grow up cane supports or wigwams. Attractive red flowers. Crop from July to October.
  Seeds (approx 25) @ 2.50

      


Borage
Borago officinalis
Beautiful blue star-shaped flowers for salads and cocktails. Sow March to July outdoors. Flowers about 8 weeks after sowing. Great for bees and other insects which make good pollinators for other crops.
  Seeds (approx 30) @ 2.50

      


Brussel Sprouts, Evesham Special
Brassica oleracea gemmifera
A heavy cropping variety producing good flavoursome sprouts. Sow directly into soil from March to May, harvest from September to December. Just in time for Christmas!
  Seeds (approx 30) @ 2.50

      


Cabbage, Earliest Of All
Brassica oleracea
A very early variety producing compact crisp heads
. Sow directly from March/April in a well prepared seed bed. Crops from June to July. Don't forget to net them or you won't get them!
  Seeds (approx 30) @ 2.50

      


Cabbage, Greyhound
Brassica oleracea
RHS award winner, this is a fast-growing, pointed head variety which is early to mature. Sow directly from March/April in a well prepared seed bed. Crops from July to October. Don't forget to net them or you won't get them!
  Seeds (approx 30) @ 2.50

      


Cabbage, Red Acre
Brassica oleracea
A compact deep red/purple head variety with good flavour and a great addition to salads. Sow directly from April to May in a well prepared seed bed. Crops from July to October. Don't forget to net them or you won't get them!
  Seeds (approx 25) @ 2.50

      


Carrot, Autumn King 2
Daucus carota
A high yielding reliable cropper with great flavour. Sow thinly March to July in a fine bed of soil. Protect from frosts if necessary by using a cloche. Thin seedlings to produce an even crop. Harvest from June to November.
  Seeds (approx 60) @ 2.50

      


Carrot, Napoli
Daucus carota
Flexible can be used for very early or late sowings. Dark green foliage, good colour root with good flavour. Sow March to July. Crop from July to October.
  Seeds (approx 40) @ 2.50

      


Carrot, Purple Sun F1
Daucus carota
A show stopping carrot of deep purple colour with a great sweet flavour. Maintains colour when cooked and is packed with antioxidants. Sow thinly March to July in a fine bed of soil. Protect from frosts if necessary by using a cloche. Thin seedlings to produce an even crop. Harvest from June to November.
  Seeds (approx 25) @ 2.50

      


Carrot, Rainbow Mix
Daucus carota
Serve up a treat with this variety of sweet tasting brightly coloured carrots! Purple, red, yellow etc! Sow thinly April to July in a fine bed of soil. Sow April to July. Crop from June to November.
  Seeds (approx 25) @ 2.50

      


Carrot, Scarlet Nantes
Daucus carota
Scarlet Nantes is a fine grained Heirloom variety which is almost coreless. A fast-growing, straight, early carrot which is very sweet. Sow thinly April to July in a fine bed of soil. Thin seedlings to produce an even crop. Crop from June to November.
  Seeds (approx 30) @ 2.50

      


Cauliflower, All Year Round
Brassica oleracea var botrytis
An excellent all purpose Heirloom cauliflower which is easy to grow. Can be sown at most times through out the year. Sow March to May. Crop from July to December. Or sow in summer to over winter.
  Seeds (approx 20) @ 2.50

      


Cauliflower, Amandine
Brassica oleracea var botrytis

Produces large, well-protected curds until early autumn. Grow in full sun. Perfect for steaming, boiling or making piccalilli. Sow March to May and crop June to October.
  Seeds (approx 10) @ 2.50

      


Cauliflower, Di Sicillia Violetto - Italian
Brassica oleracea var botrytis
An old Sicilian purple head cauliflower which looks and tastes great! Easy to grow and prefers full sun. The heads will turn bright green once cooked or can be eaten raw in salads to retain their original colour. Sow April to May directly into soil in a sunny spot. Crop in autumn/winter.
  Seeds (approx 20) @ 2.50

      


Celery, Utah
Apium graveolens
Excellent long, smooth, stringless, crunchy stalks. Good disease resistance. Sow May to June in rich soil and keep well watered. Not frost tolerant so protect if necessary. Autumn harvest.
  Seeds (approx 60) @ 2.50

      


Celery, Leaf
Apium graveolens

Grown just for its leaves rather than its stalk, it has a stronger flavour than stalk celery and is usually cooked, especially in soups and stews etc. Sow in a well prepared soil bed after danger of all frosts has passed or start indoors or in a greenhouse and then plant out. Crop leaves as required.
  Seeds (approx 100) @ 2.50

      


Chard, Red Magenta Sunset
Beta vulgaris

Green foliage with red stems and veins. Can be grown repeatedly throughout the growing season until autumn. Sow after risk of all frosts has passed. Prefers a well prepared soil bed, keep soil moist. Great for salads!
  Seeds (approx 20) @ 2.50

      


Chard, Red Swiss
Beta vulgaris

Ideal for successional sowings. Green foliage with red stems and veins. Sow March to August. Crop from May to October.
  Seeds (approx 50) @ 2.50

      


Chilli, Cayenne Golden
Capsicum annuum
A slender chilli pepper similar to the red variety but matures to a golden yellow. A useful chilli in the kitchen adding a touch of hot spiciness to many dishes! Also dries well. Sow February to April in a greenhouse.  Grow up cane supports. Crop from July to October.
  Seeds (approx 10) @ 2.50

      


Chilli, Cayenne Long Slim Red
Capsicum annuum
A slender red chilli pepper of medium heat rated at 30,000 - 50,000 scolvilles. A useful chilli in the kitchen adding a touch of hot spiciness to many dishes! Sow February to April in a greenhouse.  Grow up cane supports. Crop from July to October.
  Seeds (approx 10) @ 2.50

      


Chilli, Habanero Red
Capsicum chinense
A fiery hot Mexican chilli pepper rated at 300,000 scolvilles! Add some really hot spiciness to your dishes! Sow April to June in a greenhouse.  Grow up cane supports. Crop from August to October.
  Seeds (approx 10) @ 2.50

      


Chilli, Jamaican Yellow
Capsicum annuum
A heavy cropping chilli on compact plants. Another hot chilli pepper rated at 150,000 scolvilles. Add some Caribbean flavour to your food! Sow in spring indoors or in a greenhouse. Can be grown in pots outside after danger of all frosts has passed. Prefers a sunny position.
  Seeds (approx 8) @ 2.50

      


Courgette, Ambassador
Curcubita pepo

Classic dark green courgette. Quick-maturing, 4" to 8" fruit with sweet and slightly nutty flavour. High yielding over long season. Mild flavoured flowers. Sow March to June. Crop from July to October.
  Seeds (approx 10) @ 2.50

      


Courgette, Italian Cocozelle Di Napoli
Curcubita pepo

A reliable courgette producing fruits of excellent favour. Sow in pots indoors or in a greenhouse from March and transplant out after last frosts into a rich soil bed with good drainage. Water regularly. Pick fruits young to enjoy them at their best. Crop from July to October.
  Seeds (approx 5) @ 2.50

      


Cress
Lepidium sativum

Quick and easy to grow indoors all year round. Can be grown on wet tissue or cotton wool. Very quick to germinate. Distinctive peppery flavour used to flavour sandwiches, salads and to top any dish.
  Seeds (approx 500) @ 2.50

      


Leeks, Musselburgh
Allium porrum
A traditional variety of leeks, Musselburgh which is a reliable cropper, good disease resistance and produces large leeks of excellent flavour. Can withstand cold winters. Crop from November to April.
  Seeds (approx 50) @ 2.50

      


Mustard, Red Giant
Brassica juncea

Quick and easy to grow. Tasty, spicy red mustard leaf for salads, soups and stir fries. Can be sown indoors on a windowsill all year round or outside from April to October. Crop regularly.
  Seeds (approx 250) @ 2.50

      


Onion, Ailsa Craig
Brassica juncea

A very reliable large onion which can be sown in spring or autumn. One for the show bench. Sow seeds March to April directly into a rich soil bed. Harvest August to October.
  Seeds (approx 50) @ 2.50

      


Onion, Bedfordshire Champion
Brassica juncea

A popular heavy cropping onion of large size. One for the show bench. Sow seeds March to April directly into a rich soil bed. Harvest August to October.
  Seeds (approx 50) @ 2.50

      


Onion, Red Baron
Brassica juncea

RHS award winner. A deep red coloured onion of excellent sweet flavour. Stores well. Easy to grow. Sow seeds March to April directly into a rich soil bed. Harvest from August/September.
  Seeds (approx 50) @ 2.50

      


Onion, Red Brunswick
Brassica juncea

Another reliable deep red coloured onion of excellent sweet flavour. Easy to grow and stores well. Sow seeds March to April directly into a rich soil bed. Harvest from August/September.
  Seeds (approx 50) @ 2.50

      


Onion, Silverskin - Paris (Pickling)
Brassica juncea

If you like pickling onions this ones for you! An Heirloom variety producing small white onions ideal for salads etc and also freezes well. Sow seeds March to April directly into a rich soil bed. Harvest from August/September
  Seeds (approx 50) @ 2.50

      


Onion, Spring Purple - Lilia
Brassica juncea

An Italian variety with a deep red colour all the way through. Easy to grow and ideal for salads and sandwiches! Sow seeds March to April directly into a rich soil bed. Harvest from June/July onwards.
  Seeds (approx 50) @ 2.50

      


Onion, Spring Bunching - White Lisbon
Brassica juncea

Probably one of the most well known of spring onions, and very versatile in the kitchen. Easy to grow and another one ideal for salads and sandwiches! Sow seeds March to April directly into a rich soil bed. Harvest from June/July onwards.
  Seeds (approx 50) @ 2.50

      


Parsnip, Tender & True
Pastinaca sativa
A classic parsnip of good quality and good for the show bench. Sow seeds February to April directly into a relatively stone free soil bed. Thin seedlings if necessary. The flavour of parsnips gets even better after winter frosts! Crop from October to February.
  Seeds (approx 40) @ 2.50

      


Parsnip, White Gem
Pastinaca sativa
A very popular variety of parsnip of excellent sweet flavour and high yields. Great fried, roasted or in stews. Good canker resistance. Sow seeds February to May directly into a relatively stone free soil bed. Thin seedlings if necessary. Crop from October to December.
  Seeds (approx 50) @ 2.50

      


Pak Choi, Canton White
Brassica rapa var chinensis

Fast-growing with startlingly white stems, crunchy texture and sweet flavour. Use in salads, stir fries and soups.
  Seeds (approx 100) @ 2.50

      


Peas, Kelvedon Wonder Early

A heavy cropping delicious pea. Sow between March to June about 2" deep and 6" apart. Use pea sticks or twigs to provide support. Crop from May to September.
  Seeds (approx 30) @ 2.50

      


Peas, Micro Shoots
Pisum sativum

Fast-growing with delicate pea-flavoured shoots. Use in salads, sandwiches, soups and stir fries. Can grow indoors all year round.
  Seeds (approx 100) @ 2.50

      


Peas, Petite Pois Petit Provencal
Pisum sativum

Produces classic small, sweet and tender peas which crop quickly. Grows to about 50cm in height. Sow between April - June in a well prepared soil bed. Use pea sticks or twigs to provide support if required. Harvest June - September.
  Seeds (approx 25) @ 2.50

      


Peas, Sugar Snap Delikett
Pisum sativum

An RHS award winner. A very sweet juicy pea with edible pod. Can reach up to 1.5m in height. Pods are best picked young and tender. Sow between February - May in a well prepared soil bed. Use pea sticks or twigs to provide support. Harvest May - August.
  Seeds (approx 20) @ 2.50

      


Pepper, California Wonder Red
Capsicum annuum

A reliable heavy cropping sweet red pepper. Easy to grow. Sow seeds in a greenhouse February to April and support plant as it grows. Harvest peppers from July onwards.
  Seeds (approx 10) @ 2.50

      


Pepper, Golden California Wonder
Capsicum annuum
A reliable heavy cropping sweet yellow pepper. Easy to grow. Sow seeds in a greenhouse February to April and support plant as it grows. Harvest peppers from July onwards.
  Seeds (approx 10) @ 2.50

      


Pepper, Sweet Banana Red
Capsicum annuum
A prolific heavy cropping long sweet red pepper of about 7" long. The fruits start off green then turn yellow through to red. Best grown in a greenhouse, they need plenty of sun and warmth. Sow seeds in a greenhouse February to April and support plant as it grows. Harvest peppers from June onwards.
  Seeds (approx 20) @ 2.50

      


Radish, Crimson Giant
Raphanus sativus
A delicious brightly coloured red root of circular shape. Sow after the last frosts and then sow consecutive crops throughout the season. Very easy to grow.
  Seeds (approx 30) @ 2.50

      


Radish, Saxa 2
Raphanus sativus
A very bright red root of circular shape and excellent flavour. Sow after the last frosts and then sow consecutive crops throughout the season. Very easy to grow.
  Seeds (approx 30) @ 2.50

      


Salad Leaf Mix, Bright & Spicy
Brassica rapa spp

A colourful mix of leaves (eg Pak Choi, Tatsoi, Mizuna, Mustard Red Frills, Mustard Red Zest) with a pleasant mild flavour and hint of spiciness to grow for babyleaf salads. They can be grown in pots or in open ground (March to September) or on a windowsill during the winter. Crop regularly.
  Seeds (approx 250) @ 2.50

      


Salad Leaf Mix, Frilly Leaf
Brassica rapa spp

A colourful mix with frilled or indented leaves (eg Mustard Red Lace, Mustard Green Frills, Salad Rocket Dentellata, Mizuna) with a pleasant mild flavour to grow for babyleaf salads. They can be grown in pots or in open ground (March to September) or on a windowsill during the winter. Crop regularly.
  Seeds (approx 250) @ 2.50

      


Salad Leaf Mix, Mesclun Lettuce
Lactuca sativa

A crispy lettuce-based blend of colourful leaves (eg Little Gem, Tango, Red Batavia, Green Batavia, Cerbiatta, Red Salad Bowl) to grow for babyleaf salads. They can be grown in pots or in open ground (March to September) or on a windowsill during the winter. Crop regularly.
  Seeds (approx 250) @ 2.50

      


Shallot, Zebrune
Allium cepa

This is a heritage variety of shallot sometimes called banana shallots which has a delicious mild sweet flavour. They have a brown pinky colour and slice well.  Can be started off in a greenhouse in February and planted out in April, or sow direct outside from April onwards. Harvest September to October.
  Seeds (approx 25) @ 2.50

      


Spinach, Winter Giant
Spinacia oleracea
Can be grown in spring or autumn and will tolerate winter. Produces large nutritious leaves. Easy to grow. Sow outside in March or October. Protect from hard frosts. Crop at preferred leaf size.
  Seeds (approx 30) @ 2.50

      


Tomato, Beefmaster F1
Solanum lycopersicum
A huge juicy tomato excellent for slicing, sandwiches, salads, stuffing and grilling. A heavy cropper, it is a cordon variety which will need staking with canes. Can be grown in a greenhouse or outdoors. Prefers rich soil/compost and plenty of sun. Sow March to April. Plant out after all frosts. Pinch out side shoots. Crop from June to October.
  Seeds (approx 5) @ 2.50

      


Tomato, Cherry Cerise Italian
Solanum lycopersicum
A heavy cropping sweet cherry tomato. It is a bush variety and can be grown in a greenhouse or outdoors. Prefers rich soil/compost and plenty of sun. Not frost tolerant. Sow March to April. Plant out after all frosts. Crop from June to October.
  Seeds (approx 10) @ 2.50

      


Tomato, Gardeners Delight
Solanum lycopersicum
A classic tomato variety producing lots of sweet uniform shaped fruit. Can be grown in a greenhouse or outdoors. Prefers rich soil/compost and plenty of sun. Not frost tolerant. Grow up cane supports. Sow Jan to May. Plant out after all frosts. Pinch out side shoots. Crop from June to September.
  Seeds (approx 15) @ 2.50

      


Tomato, Heinz 1350
Solanum lycopersicum
This variety of tomato was developed by H J Heinz co. High yielding and it is big on flavour! Sow in a greenhouse from March/April. It can also be grown outside by starting off in a greenhouse or indoors and then planted out after danger of all frosts has passed. Stake with short stakes to keep off ground. It is a bush variety and can be grown in a container. Crops from June to September. 
  Seeds (approx 50) @ 2.50

      


Tomato, Moneymaker
Solanum lycopersicum
A popular and reliable heavy cropping tomato with lots of flavour. Can be grown in a greenhouse or outdoors. Prefers rich soil/compost and plenty of sun. Not frost tolerant. Grow up cane supports. Sow Jan to April. Plant out after all frosts. Pinch out side shoots. Crop from June to October.
  Seeds (approx 15) @ 2.50

      


Tomato, Ola Polka
Lycopersicon esculentum
A dwarf heritage tomato originating from Poland producing small sweet delicious yellow fruits on compact plants. Can be grown in a greenhouse or outdoors, great for container growing! Sow seed January to April in a tray or propagator indoors. Transplant seedlings to the greenhouse in late spring or plant outside after all risk of frosts has passed. Prefers a sunny position. Keep well watered. Crops from August to September.
  Seeds (approx 10) @ 2.50

      


Tomato, Tigerella
Solanum lycopersicum
A fine looking striped tomato with a delicious flavour. A heavy cropper and can be grown in a greenhouse or outdoors. Sow seed January to April in a tray or propagator indoors. Transplant seedlings to the greenhouse border in late spring or plant outside after all risk of frosts has passed. Crops from July to October.
  Seeds (approx 10) @ 2.50

      


Dwarf Tomatoes, Tiny Tim Patio
Solanum lycopersicum
These dwarf tomato plants are ideal for containers or pots outdoors. Small robust plants that crop lots of small tasty tomatoes. The plants will grow to between about 10" to 15" in height. Sow April to May in containers in a sunny spot. Protect from frost. Crop from July to October.
  Seeds (approx 10) @ 2.50

      


Turnip, Milan White

A good reliable turnip of the well known Milan variety. Excellent flavour and easy to grow. Sow outdoors in spring in a well prepared soil bed. A second crop can be planted in summer for autumn/winter harvest. Thin seedlings if necessary.
  Seeds (approx 50) @ 2.50

      


Watercress
Nasturtium officinale

Traditionally grown in flowing water but can be grown in containers which are standing in a tray of water. Sow outdoors April to June. Peppery flavour used to flavour sandwiches, salads and makes an excellent soup!
  Seeds (approx 100) @ 2.50

      





 

 

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