Category: Vegetable Seeds

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Sweet Corn Supersweet F1 – Seeds

If Proof Were Needed That Home Grown Vegetables Taste Better Than Those We Buy, This Sweet Corn Provides It. Pick The Large, Well Filled Cobs From The Garden, Cook Immediately And Serve With Lashings Of Butter And You Have An Absolute Treat. Supersweet Is Wonderfully Sweet And So Tasty.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 Rows 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.

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Sweetcorn Lark – Seeds

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. 

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Swede Marian – Seeds

Rely On Marian To Produce A Heavy Crop Of Splendidly Flavoured, Finely Textured Globe Roots Which Are Resistant To Both Clubroot And Mildew. A Great But Undervalued Autumn And Winter Vegetable, Swede Is Delicious Mashed With Carrot Or Diced In Hearty Stews And Casseroles.

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Swede Gowrie- Seeds

This Attractive, Purple Skinned Garden Swede Has Excellent Flavour And Texture And Offers Improved Disease Resistance So It’s A Really Great Choice For Gardeners. The Firm, Tasty Globes Help Fill The ‘hungry Gap’ And Keep Well. sowing Time: April- June. Best Results Are Usually Achieved From A May Sowing.sowing Outdoors: Sow Seed Thinly In Pre Watered Shallow Rows, And Cover With A Little Soil. Allow About 40cm (16in) Between Rows. As Seedlings Develop, Gradually Thin Them Until They Are About 15cm (6in) Apart. Keep Soil Moist Until Seedlings Are Established.harvest: Nov- Jan. Swedes Are Hardy, And Will Withstand Frost. Lift As Required Or All Together For Storage In Dry Sand Or Peat Until Needed.special Note: Swedes Do Best In Well Dug Soils With Have Not Been Recently Manured. This Seed Has Been Treated With Metalaxyl-m And Thiram. Please Wash Hands After Use.

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Sprouting Seed Red Cabbage – Seeds

Add Colour And Style To Salads With These Delicious Red Cabbage Shoots. As Easy To Grow As Cress, They Can Be Harvested Just Five To Ten Days After Sowing, When The Seedlings Are About 2cm (1in) Long. They Have A Subtle Flavour And Crisp Texture, And Their High Vitamin Content Makes Them A Great Choice At Any Time Of Year.