All Vegetable Seeds

Displaying seeds 91 - 105 of 530 in total
  1. CRIMSON GLOBE

    A cracking addition to the detroit beetroot range, a reliable cropper with deep crimson globe shaped roots as the name suggests.Sow mid March-July, or under glass in January-February to crop May onwards. ... Learn More

    $2.79

    (250 seeds)

  2. CUCAMELON

    These new, rare and absolutely delightful, small Central American fruits look like tiny watermelons but taste of cucumber with a hint of citrus fruit. They can be grown like regular cucumbers and can be trained up canes or wires but are quite pest resistant, hardy enough to grow well outside, drought resistant and contain male and female flowers. Pick the fruit when still firm to the touch. ... Learn More

    $4.85

    (20 seeds)

  3. New

    CUCUMBER GHERKIN NATIONAL

    A very fast growing open pollinated variety which will produce a mass of small, prickly fruits that can be picked and eaten in the normal way or, as the name suggests, pickled to make your own gherkins. Known as a 'Ridge Type' it is suitable for outdoor growing, frame growing or growing in a polytunnel or greenhouse. A high yielding, vigorous vine, train plants up a wire or canes. Outdoor varieties can be sown after last frosts when the ground has warmed up. ... Learn More

    $2.53

    (25 seeds)

  4. CUCUMBER TREE

    Clusters of beautiful, deepest blood-red flowers bloom from the trunk, often in great number toward the bottom of the tree. These are followed by impressive clumps of attractive, slightly multi-lobed, oblong fruits, which have a pale green waxy skin, and crunchy flesh, very similar to the star fruit, a single tree often producing hundreds and hundreds of fruits. This is essentially a tropical tree, less resistant to cold than the carambola, in Florida, where it is an occasional curiosity, it prefers protection from wind and cold. It has countless other uses, including being used either curried, or added as a souring agent for the common Filipino dish sinigang. The uncooked bilimbi is often prepared as relish, and served with rice and beans in Costa Rica. In the Far East where it originated, it is occasionally added to curry. The juice is also made into a cooling beverage, and in Indonesia it is added to some dishes as a substitute for tamarind or tomato. Additionally, the fruit can be preserved by pickling,which reduces its acidity, and finally the flowers can also be preserved in sugar. Some fruit! ... Learn More

    $3.92

    (6 seeds)

  5. CUMIN

    This is a quick-growing, rather attractive annual Mediterranean herb in the parsley family, having finely divided leaves and clusters of small white or pink flowers. Cumin leaf has a new and unusual flavour but is rarely used in day-to-day cooking. Cumin seeds have a warm flavour, rather similar to caraway, and a strong, pungent aroma which added to dishes whole lends them a smoky note. They add a nutty and peppery flavour to chilli and other Mexican dishes as well playing an important role in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine. To harvest your own, it is easy to grow fresh seed, which is far superior to old dried seed. ... Learn More

    $2.59

    (300 seeds)

  6. DAMSON

    This ancient English fruit has vibrant dark blue skin and a strong flavour, and is not sweet until it is entirely ripe, when it becomes absolutely delicious! Very similar to a plum, it is very juicy, but its moment of glory comes when it is cooked, the heat drawing the juice out of the dusky skins and with it the most extraordinary depth of flavour. They are superb for making jam or jelly and are amongst the heaviest cropping trees in existence, the groaning branches often breaking under the weight of fruit in the autumn. ... Learn More

    $3.79

    (5 seeds)

  7. DARKMAR 21

    A high quality Bedfordshire variety of mid-late main crop Brussels Sprouts which produces a heavy yield of large, fine-flavoured, deep green sprouts from late November and through the winter, even in the harshest weather. ... Learn More

    $2.33

    (150 seeds)

  8. DETROIT RED GLOBE

    A 19th century US heirloom beetroot producing fantastic, smooth, uniform, ox-blood globular beet with luxuriant red-veined leaves. This variety is resistant to downy mildew and does well in all kinds of soils. ... Learn More

    $2.39

    (250 seeds)

  9. DIANA

    This new introduction has a distinctive, attractive purple skin with a white tip. They are resistant to cracking and bolting and are quick to harvest - taking only 35-40 days from sowing to reach maturity and can be succession sown from spring until early autumn. ... Learn More

    $2.46

    (200 seeds)

  10. DILL

    Giving a tangy addition to pickles, salad dressing and fish dishes, fresh dill is easy-to-grow during the summer and early autumn, and it is easy to dry to make it available throughout the year. Its green leaves are wispy and fern-like with a soft, sweet taste. The seeds are stronger and more flavourful than the leaves, and are commonly associated with the cuisines of Scandinavia and Germany. It is native to southern Russia, western Africa and the Mediterranean region. ... Learn More

    $2.53

    (300 seeds)

  11. DURHAM EARLY

    One of the earliest and most reliable spring cabbages, Durham Early produces dark green medium-sized conical heads with good texture and tasty flavour. The tender leaves can be picked early for spring greens. ... Learn More

    $2.39

    (400 seeds)

  12. New

    DWARF FRENCH BEAN AMETHYST

    These compact plants produce a heavy crop of excellent, very tasty, stringless, quick maturing beans over a long picking season. The 15cm (6in) long pods turn green once cooked. It makes an attractive addition to any vegetable plot. ... Learn More

    $3.19

    (60 seeds)

  13. New

    DWARF FRENCH BEAN SAFARI

    "Safari" is a very heavy cropping, reliable, late maturing type with a strong, vigorous plant habit. It produces high yields of long, fine 30cm pods which are held well above the soil for easy picking. Safari is sometimes known as Kenyan Beans and has a high level of disease resistance. This family of beans is frost tender and cannot be sown until the weather has warmed up. ... Learn More

    $2.99

    (150 seeds)

  14. EARLIBIRD F1

    Earlibird is an excellent, early-maturing, super-sweet hybrid, early variety producing 3 or more high-quality cobs, typically 20 centimetres in length. Along with Swift, this is probably the best variety to grow in most UK situations. ... Learn More

    $2.99

    (40 seeds)

  15. EARLY NANTES

    An early strain of this superb tasting carrot. The medium-length, uniform, blunt ended, tubular roots are deep orange with a very small core. They perform well in heavy soil and are suitable for deep freezing. ... Learn More

    $2.46

    (400 seeds)

  • Easy ordering & Global delivery
  • Need Help? Email or +44 (0)1803 872939
  • Satisfaction Guarantee
  • Buy 2 of the same item Get a 3rd Free