Category: Vegetable Seeds

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Tomato Super Sweet 100 – Seeds

A Superb Cherry Tomato Producing Masses And Masses Of Sweet Flavoured Cherry Sized Fruit.super Sweet Is The Full Package, It Is Highly Disease Resistant Giving Your Crop Protection From Potential Problems.it Produces Masses Of Fruit Right Up To The First Frosts, Definitely One To Grow.

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Tomato Licor – Seeds

A Truly Fantastic High Yielding, Disease Resistant Tomato.licor Produces Perfect Medium Sized Round Fruit On A Vigorous Plant That Will Ensure You Have A Good Supply Of Fruit Right Through The Summer And Into Early Autumn.great Sliced For That Mozzarella And Tomato Salad; Simply Divine!

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Tomato Golden Pearl – Seeds

A Fantastic Yellow Cherry Tomato Producing High Numbers Of Extremely Sweet And Juicy Fruit. Perfect Eaten Straight From The Truss Or Sliced In Half For That Splash Of Colour In Those Great Summer Salads. Good Disease Resistance Makes This Ideal For Both Garden Or Greenhouse.

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Tomato Pink Wonder – Seeds

Something That Bit Different.an Early Maturing, High Yielding Pink Fleshed Beef Tomato.wonder Has A Distinctive Meaty Flesh And Fabulous Flavour.absolutely Fantastic For Summer Barbeques And Salads.a Superb Variety.

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Sweet Corn Seville- Seeds

Choose This High Quality, Super Sweet, Large Cob Sweet Corn For Great Performance In The Cooler British Climate. Grows Well In Colder Areas, Producing A Super Sweet Cob On Strong, Easy To Grow, Vigorous Plants. A Mid Season Variety With A Lovely Rich Colour And Flavour. sowing Time:indoors: March –mayoutdoors: Maysowing Indoors: Sow Seeds Individually In Small Pots Of Moist Seed Compost 1 Cm (1/2 In) Deep. Place In The Warmth 15- 18 Deg C (60-65 Deg F). 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 Allowing 45cm (18in) Each Way Between Plants.sowing 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.warning: This Seed Has Been Treated With Thiram To Aid Germination And Establishment. Please Wash Hands After Use.

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Sweetcorn Britpop – Seeds

A Fantastic New Variety Perfect Either Eaten Young As A Mini Cob For Great Stir Fries, Eaten Raw With Dips Or Steamed.it Can Also Be Left On The Plant To Mature To Produce Corn That Will Give You  Great Popcorn Ready To Use In October!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. Harvest In October To Use As Popcorn!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.

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Swede Tweed – Seeds

A High Yielding And Disease Resistant Attractive Swede And What's More It's A Hybrid.the New Breeding Gives You Great, Hardy, Uniform Roots With A Fantastic Creamy Flesh And A Great Flavour.perfect For Stews, Casseroles Or Just Steamed And Eaten On Its Own.a Truly Wonderful New Swede Variety That Will Grow In All Areas!

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Squash Batternut Harrier – Seeds

A British Bred Squash Producing High Yields And The Earliest Maturing Butternut Sqaush So It's Perfect Grown In All Areas And Regions, Giving You The Chance To Enjjoy This Great Tasting Vegetable.if You Love Butternut Squash You'll Love Harrier, Easy To Grow, It'll Leave You Coming Back For More!