All Vegetable Seeds

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    An attractive baby marrow which only grows to three quarters the size of a normal marrow. The bush habit and relatively small size, but high yield, make it an ideal choice for growing in tubs or containers. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    With a compact plant habit ‘Button red’ is ideal for patio containers and pot production. The 2.5cm long pendula fruits ripen from bright green to red, producing over 75 per plant with a very mild 500 Scoville heat level. Ideal for larger garden containers and window boxes. ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    A delicious, red pointed cabbage perfect for shredding into salads and coleslaw. With a high sugar content and a wonderful crunch and colour it is best eaten raw, but can be pickled, or cooked with red wine, apple and raisins for an alternative to boiled cabbage (although the colour will reduce). It is best grown for summer and early autumn use when firm, solid hearts have few waste outer leaves. ... Learn More


    (140 seeds)

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    Cape Gooseberries are delicious sweet fruits, ripening in late summer in abundance, from easy to grow plants. They grow in a similar manner to outdoor tomatoes, coming from the same plant family. The fruits have a paper-like covering and can be stored for several weeks. The fruits can be made into fruit-based sauces, pies, puddings, chutneys, jams, and ice cream, or eaten fresh in salads and fruit salads. Plants are naturally perennial and live for many years in Mediterranean and warmer UK gardens, but are best grown as annuals in most UK gardens. They grow well in open ground and containers. ... Learn More



    A yellow, flat podded Romano type bean. Vigorous plant with even pod set. Pods typically 15cm in length, by 2cm wide. Pod colour develops at early stage. Plant typically 50cm in height. ... Learn More


    (80 seeds)


    Also known as meridian fennel, or Persian cumin, this ancient plant is native to western Asia, Europe and Northern Africa. Very similar in appearance to other members of the carrot family, it has finely divided, feathery leaves with thread-like divisions, whilst the main flower stem bears umbels of white or pink flowers. The seeds (or more correctly, fruits), usually used whole, have a pungent, aniseed-like flavour and aroma that comes from essential oils, mostly carvone and limonene and they are often used as a spice in breads, especially rye bread. It is also used in desserts, liquors, casseroles and curries. It is commonly used in British caraway seed cake and is also added to sauerkraut and Akvavit and several liqueurs are also made with it. The roots may be cooked like parsnips or carrots and the leaves are sometimes eaten raw or cooked. Caraway also has a long tradition of medical uses, primarily for stomach complaints, as most babies who have been given 'gripe water' will know. ... Learn More


    (100 seeds)


    Carica Papaya, the Papaya, Pawpaw or Fruta Bomba, is a fruit tree that comes from sub-humid tropical regions of South America and Central America, especially Mexico, where, in the open ground it often reaches up to 8 meters high and 4 meters wide. These trees can make extremely attractive specimens with palmed leaves when grown in a large pot indoors. The succulent yellow and green fruits, with yellow-orange pulp and weighing up to 1kg, grow attached to the trunk. Although there are now hybrids that can have both sexes, the male trees have cream flowers whilst the female trees have white-yellowish flowers. ... Learn More


    (25 seeds)

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    An immensely popular variety highly recommended as an early maincrop. It is stump rooted with a short top, a deep orange colour, smooth skin and solid, thick delicious flesh with a small core. The tapered stumps reach 8cm in length and as a shorter variety are good for container planting. They store well into winter. This variety of carrot is classed as a second early (crops mid June to late July). ... Learn More


    (350 seeds)

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    Carrot Eskimo is well named as it has excellent frost tolerance and is one of the tastiest vegetables to pick fresh from your garden in the depths of winter. You will able to harvest from November through to January, affording a nice grow your own treat for dull, winter days. A tasty stump-rooted nantes type with good tolerance to cavity spot and sclerotinia. ... Learn More


    (230 seeds)

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    A high-quality Nantes variety that is suited for all year round growing as it stays in good condition in the ground for several months and is hardy enough to over-winter in all but the coldest regions. The cylindrical roots have a blunt tip 15-17cm long and are a rich orange with no green shoulders, and an outstanding flavour. ... Learn More


    (100+ seeds)

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    Mid season maturity with outstanding, healthy vigorous foliage. The uniform smooth skin and attractive appearance make this a possible contender for prizes on the showbench. The rich orange roots are well buried in the soil, preventing green shoulders and giving the roots good frost tolerance. ... Learn More


    (200 seeds)

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    A striking purple carrot with a superb, sweet flavour and intensely dark colour from skin right through to the core which means it’s absolutely packed with vitamins and antioxidants! Excellent raw in salads adding beautiful colour but also will retain its colour when cooked. ... Learn More


    (140 seeds)

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    Crisp, delicious red carrots. Red on the outside and the same inside so very attractive added raw to salads. Best sown late spring - early summer and harvested for maincrop carrots later in the year. ... Learn More


    (100 seeds)


    A hybrid 'Munchkin' type producing small, white pumpkins, typically 750 grams in size. Fruits feature excellent skin finish and strong handles. Fruit diameter 12-14cm in size. Recommended cropping of 5-10 fruits per plant. ... Learn More


    (5 seeds)

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    The roots of this fine heirloom variety are globular with a slightly flattened base. With medium green foliage this variety stores well and is packed full of good flavour. Harvest from late September onwards. The flavour improves after the first frost. Crop can be left in the soil throughout winter and into spring if the soil is well draining. Will store for 2 weeks after harvesting. Celeriac is delicious if boiled and mashed together with potatoes; fried or in soup. ... Learn More


    (500 seeds)

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