Category: Garden Plants & Bushes

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Leek Krypton – Plants

If You Enjoy The Superior Flavour Of Home Grown Vegetables Leek Krypton Is An Excellent Choice. A Compact, Upright Habit Combined With Ease Of Growing Makes It A Great Option For Smaller Plots. Delicious To Cook With And Possessing Outstanding Health Benefits, It’s Easy To See Why Leeks Are Still ‘top Of The Crops’ In Allotments And Gardens All Over Britain!highly Disease Resistant And An Excellent Cropper

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Courgette Tuscany X3 (june Despatch) – Plants

Mid June Delivery.courgette Tuscany Produces High Yields Of Very Dark, Straight Fruits Which Are Held On Erect, Spineless Plants.it Is Well Suited To Our Cooler Climate And Will Even Grow Well In The North. An Excellent Performer, It Has Very Good Mildew Resistance.plant In Rich Soil In Full Sun For The Best Results. Courgettes Are Excellent Vegetables To Grow In Containers, Especially Where Space Is Tight.courgette Flowers Are Also Edible, Use Them Stuffed For An Italian Inspired Starter.after Care Keep Courgette Plants Well Watered, And Feed Regularly. Pick Courgettes When They Are Young For A Regular Supply Of Tasty Vegetables.any Courgettes That Are Left To Grow Larger Are Ideal To Use As Stuffed Vegetables.height 60cm/2ft

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Runner Bean Stardust (june Despatch) – Plants

Stardust Produces Masses Of Self-fertile White Flowers On Vigorous Plants. They Set Well No Matter What The Weather To Give You Deliciously  Tender, Stringless Beans That Are Full Of Flavour.this Unique Variety Is The Result Of An Expert Cross Between A French Bean And A Runner Giving Plants A Self-pollinating Habit Meaning They Don't Rely Completely On Bees, So You Get A Consistently Reliable  Crop Come Rain Or Shine.

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Tomato Losetta Semi Bush Plants

This Semi Determinate, Vigorous Garden Variety Is Great For A Large Container. It Produces Lots Of Flowers With A Good Fruit Set. The Baby Cherry Sized Fruits Are Sweet And Plants Have Good Late Blight Tolerance. A Gardening Which? Best Buy!when You Receive Your Tomato Plants By Post, Water Lightly, Then Plant Them Up In Small Pots. If The Stem Tip Is Bent, Rest Assured, It Will Quickly Right Itself When Exposed To Daylight To Grow Straight And Upright. read Our Blog For More Information On Why Tomato Plants Do This.

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Broccoli Marathon (march Despatch)- Plants

This Variety Of 'calabrese' Really Has Set The Standard For Performance, Yield And Quality. It Produces Medium Size, Uniform, Dense Heads Of Bluish-green 'beads' On Sturdy Plants That Will Grow Well In Almost Any Soil And Under Any Conditions.plants Despatched mid March For Cutting May-june. calabrese Has A Flavour That Some Find A Little Milder Than Sprouting Broccoli. Add To That A Shorter Growing Season And It Makes An Ideal Vegetable For Those Who Like Quicker Results.just Like Sprouting Broccoli, This ‘superfood' Is Packed Full Of Cancer-fighting Properties, Vitamins, Iron And Other Health-giving Benefits. Unlike Broccoli, Calabrese Does Not Cope Well With Having Its Roots Disturbed.like All Young Brassicas, It Is Advisable To Use Netting Or Bird Scarers When Planting Out. the Extra Early Brassicas Have Been Sown In October And Overwintered Undercover With Frost Protection. The Plants Are Tough, Sturdy And Stocky Ready Hardened Off For Immediate Planting On Arrival. the Plants Will Not Look As Fresh As Spring Sown Plants but Don’t Be Alarmed! The Plants Will Be Taller And Have Some Yellow Leaves Which Will Either Fall Off Or Green Up As The Plant Gets Growing. The Plants Are Typical  Of Those Planted By Commercial Growers Up And Down The Country And Will thrive in Prepared Soil. these Plants Will Crop 6-8 Weeks earlier In Your Garden Than Spring Raised Crops And Give Your First Flush Of Produce From Your Garden – And What’s More Many Will Have Cropped Before Persistent Brassica Pests Are Around. ) Caterpillar And Whitefly. prepare Your Planting Bed Dig Over And Add Some Pre Planting Fertiliser, Rake Level And Walk Over The Bed Firming The Soil.- Brassicas Like Firm Soil. Lightly Rake The Surface Level Again.using A Dibber Or Trowel Make A Hole Deep Enough To Cover The Root Ball And The Neck Of The Plant. Water The Hole And Put The Plant In