Category: Growing Vegetable Seeds

Micro-leaf - Salad Seed Collection 0

Micro-leaf – Salad Seed Collection

Our Micro-leaf Collection Consists Of 1 Pack Of The Following: broccoli – Super-nutritious Green Sprouts Contain High Levels Of Anti-cancer Chemicals mustard Red Frills – Superb Deep Red And Green Shoots With A Mild Potato Taste At First Followed By A Fiery Mustard Flavour rocket Great Nutty Flavours Make This Incredibly Easy-to-grow Rocket A Favourite For Adding To Tomatoes, Pasta Dishes And Stemmed Radish Sangira – Bright Sprouts With Highly Attractive, Bright Red Stems And A Spicy And Peppery Flavour basil Dark Opal – Lovely Dark Purple Shoots Are Particually Attractive And Add A Beautiful Contrast To Salads Or As A Garnishsave £3.90 With This Superb Micro-leaf Seed Collection! 

Little Growers Marrow Zebra 0

Little Growers Marrow Zebra

Sow These Marrow Seeds And See Who Can Grow The Biggest Stripy Zebra Marrow. Delicious To Eat Too! You Can Sow Seeds Point Down And 1cm (1/2in) Deep In Little Pots Of Seed Compost Indoors From April. When Plants Are A Few Centimetres Tall Stand Outside To Get Used To Outdoor Conditions Before Planting Out. Plant 90cm (36in) Apart. Keep Them Well Watered. harvest: August- September

Sweetcorn Seeds - Lark F1 0

Sweetcorn Seeds – Lark F1

A Real Advance In Sweet Corn, Lark Is An 'extra Tender Sweet', Which Means It Is Thin-skinned And Extra Sweet And Juicy. Far Better Than Any Bought Corn On The Cob, The Plants Produce Bright, Golden Kernels, Which Will Leave You Wanting More!sowing Time:indoors: March – Mayoutdoors: Maysowing Indoors: Sow Seeds Individually In Small Pots Of Moist Seed Compost 1cm(1/2 In) Deep. Place In The Warmth 15- 18c (60-65f). Grow On Under Cool, Light Conditions, But Not In Direct Sunlight.gradually Accustom Young Plants To Conditions Outside For 2-3 Weeks Before Planting Out To Their Cropping Positions When Danger Of Frost Has Passed. To Ensure Good Pollination, Plant In Blocks  rather Than Rowssowing Outdoors: Water Sowing Positions Well, Then Sow Two Seeds 2cm (1in) Deep At Stations 45cm (18in) Apart Each Way. Keep Soil Moist Until Seedlings Are Well Established. When Seedlings Are Around 8cm (3in) High. Discard The Weaker At Each Station And Leave The Stronger To Develop. Do Not Transplant Weaker Seedlings- They Do Not Thrive.harvest: August- September, When The Silks On The Cob Turn Brown.special Note Do Not Grow Other Varieties Of Sweet Corn Nearby, As They Will Cross Pollinate With This Variety. If Planting Out Before The Risk Of Frost Has Passed, Cover With Horticultural Fleece. 

Cucumber Tasty King - Seeds 0

Cucumber Tasty King – Seeds

One Of The Longest Cucumbers We Know. An Early And Heavy Yielding F1 Hybrid.  Good Eating Quality, Thin Skinned And Easy To Digest.grow It Either In A Greenhouse Or Outside In The Garden – Either Way You Will Be Rewarded With A Heavy Crop Of Good Looking, Tasty Fruits. 

Beetroot Boltardy - Seeds 0

Beetroot Boltardy – Seeds

Our Most Popular Beetroot, And No Wonder! Boltardy Can Be Sown Early In The Year Right Through To Mid Summer For Successional Crops, And Is Slow To Run To Seed. It Yields Perfect, Globe Shaped Beets Of Superb Flavour And Colour, And Its Flesh Is Usually Free Of Unsightly Rings.

Courgette Zucchini - Seeds 0

Courgette Zucchini – Seeds

Expect A Heavy Crop Of Long Dark Emerald Green Courgettes From This Reliable And Early Cropper. This Delicious Summer Vegetable Has A Wide Range Of Uses, While Any Which Become Too Big To Be Used As Courgettes Can Be Left To Grow Into Marrows.for The Most Tender Fruit, Pick When No More Than 15cm/6in Long.

Cabbage Regency F1 - Seeds 0

Cabbage Regency F1 – Seeds

Tried And Tested By Gardeners Nationwide, Regency Is A Well Regarded Pointed Cabbage That Is Summer Sown For Early Spring Greens And Late Spring Has A Delicious, Sweet, Mild Flavour And Can Be Planted Close For Small Gardens Or Grown In Raised Beds And Containers.