New Seeds This Year

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  1. New


    An absolute monster for the garden if you have the room! This giant pumpkin variety holds both the American and Canadian records for size, over 1000lb in weight, so why not create your very own monster in time for Halloween. Despite the size it is also very good to eat, but with a pumpkin this size their will be enough soup and pie for the whole neighbour hood! The ultimate variety for giant pumpkin contests holding the world record at 1689lb. How big can you grow? Prefers a sheltered, sunny position, with plenty of space! ... Learn More


    (5 seeds)

  2. New


    Producing large, round orange fruits of up to 25kg, this is a real showstopper and a great one for the children ( and the big kids too) to grow in competitions, though a 'hundredweight' is more likely to be achieved if just a single fruit is left to grow on each plant. Perhaps not one for the smaller gardens, but great for larger spaces or the vegetable patch. A great variety for roasting, soups and pies, as well as some monster Halloween lanterns! Best grown in a sheltered position in full sun, with well-drained soil. ... Learn More


    (8 seeds)

  3. New


    A great 'traditional look' pumpkin, suitable for both lantern making at Halloween, or for the dining table with firm, nutty, orange flesh, ideal for roasting or in soups and pies. With fruits weighing between 5-10kg they are a real, solid heavyweight and a great addition to the allotment, vegetable patch or kitchen garden. Prefers full sun and a sheltered position ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

  4. New


    This is a real cracker for the vegetable patch or talking point around the dinner table, with a bright orange skin and a multitude of green warts! The 'warty goblin' truly lives up to the name, great for Halloween lanterns with a extra scary warty edge, and for eating too, something a little different to grow! Prefers full sun and a well-drained soil. ... Learn More


    (5 seeds)

  5. New


    A slow-growing, ornamental, spiny evergreen shrub or tree bearing small deep red to purple, plum shaped fruit. It tolerates frequent trimming and can be closely planted to form a tall hedge, windbreak or boundary screen. The soft, juicy pulp of the fruit can be acidic in flavour and is often used to make jams, preserve and jellies. The bark, leaves and root are used medicinally in parts of Asia and Africa. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

  6. New


    This rare and succulent fruit grows wild in the foothills of the Southern Chilean and Argentinian Andes. Easy to grow and extremely hardy, it will produce an extended crop of deep red, shading to purple, exceptionally long, sweet, juicy fruits in midsummer. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

  7. New


    This rare, unique, and valuable new plant bears heavy bunches of sizeable, deliciously sweet, bright red raspberries, which ripen in late summer and well into autumn, very late in the year when all other similar raspberries have long finished. But they are clad in striking, bright golden yellow leaves which are completely resistant to scorching whatever the weather, making a distinctive statement, whether in the garden or in a large pot on the patio. These unusual plants are called primocanes, meaning they fruit a year EARLIER, on stems that have grown up the SAME YEAR, not the second year as with normal raspberries! And so, the subsequent final potential is for TWO fruit crops, the first in late July, then a second bigger yield in September, October, and incredibly even into a mild November. And finally, it is completely hardy and can resist temperatures as low as -35° Celsius, making it surely the most attractive raspberry ever produced, even mixed with shrubs and flowers. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

  8. New


    This striking compact variety of the fast growing caster oil plant will add drama to any border or bed and is ideal as a screen or can be grown in a pot. It has attractive large dark red, metallic palmate leaves with deeply incised lobes. Bright, eye-catching spikes of small scarlet flowers which are attractive to bees and butterflies are followed by prickly seed capsules. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

  9. New


    'Cappuccino' is an erect biennial to 50cm in height with bristly stems and leaves and classic daisy-shaped flowerheads from July through to autumn. The flowerheads have a brown central disc surrounded by bronze petals that bleed into yellow at their tips. An eye-catching display, and also has the benefit of attracting a wide arrange of pollinators to the garden. ... Learn More


    (40+ seeds)

  10. New


    One of our recent favourites; semi-double and double velvety blooms in subtle shades of caramel, copper and warm pink. 2ft (60cm) These so-called Gloriosa Daisies are magnificent plants for the border - the giant, single or double, daisy-like flowers, averaging 5ins across with some up to 7ins, are carried on long stems from early summer until well into autumn, and are excellent for cutting. Sown early, will bloom the first year. An eye-catching display, and also has the benefit of attracting a wide arrange of pollinators to the garden. ... Learn More


    (30 seeds)

  11. New


    This is a tall, single stemmed, slow growing palm from the South-eastern states of the US, and has compact, spherical heads of many fan-shaped leaves to 2m long. A sub-tropical or warm temperate palm, they require a hot humid climate in the summer to grow well but they are nonetheless very hardy and in the winter are capable of surviving temperatures down to at least -14 C. A very tough and hardy palm all round, being tolerant to both salt, wind and poor drainage, making it suitable for coastal gardens. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

  12. New


    An evergreen, wind resistant tree with bark which is rich in a white, gummy latex substance called chicle. It bears green, glossy leaves and inconspicuous, white, bell-like flowers. The unripe fruit has a firm outer skin which becomes saggy when fully ripe. The pale yellow to earthy brown flesh has a grainy texture similar to that of a pear, with a sweet, malty flavour. When soft to the touch they can be eaten raw or the flesh can be puréed to make ice cream, smoothies and sauces. ... Learn More


    (2 seeds)

  13. New


    One of the world's most spectacular flowering trees, native to tropical western Africa. The large reddish-orange flowers (up to 15cm long) bloom with great profusion, contrasting with the glossy dark green leaves, and when flowers bloom at their peak in the spring, the tree can appear to seem on fire, hence one of the common names being 'fire of the forest'. The open flowers are cup-shaped and can hold water and dew, which makes them attractive to many species of bird and insect. This tree is believed in some parts of Africa to possess magical properties, with twigs being used as wands by witch doctors! ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

  14. New


    Good grief! By far the largest strawberry we have ever grown, this really is a monster. Only a few apple-sized fruits are produced, but their size more than makes up for their small number. Grow them in a well prepared and manured bed as you would a marrow. Very few good seeds collected. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

  15. New


    This large tree is native to south and southeast Asia, and is more commonly known the commercial wood product, teak, with a wide variety of uses from furniture to boat building. The leaves are used for fermenting soybeans. With clusters of small, lightly fragranced, white flowers which are pollinated by bees, flies and ants. A tree for a sunny position with moist, well-drained soil, it can however tolerate drought. ... Learn More


    (5 seeds)

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