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  • Aubergine – Black Beauty

    An old heirloom variety but still very popular.  Produces long, smooth purplish-black fruits with a good flavour. Sowing: February to late March Sow 5 seeds into a small pot (7cm) and keep in a warm place.  Pot on into individual 7cm pots when ready.  Plant into greenhouse or polytunnel. Spacing: Between rows: 50cm Between plants … more information

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  • Basil – Sweet Genovese

    The best basil with relatively large leaves and excellent flavour, ideal for pesto.  Only grow indoors or in summer in a very warm garden. Sowing: Sow 4-6 seeds in each cell of a modular tray from early April until late June.  Plant into a tunnel or greenhouse about 5 weeks after sowing. Approx. seed count: … more information

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  • Bean, Broad – Aquadulce Claudia

    An excellent variety for autumn sowing, very hardy. Compact plants. Sowing: Sow directly 5cm deep in drills outdoors from late September until early November. Spacing: 20cm x 30cm Approx. seed count: 50

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  • Bean, Broad – Witkeim Manita

    An excellent, high yielding variety with a large number of medium sized pods.  Suitable for spring sowing. Sowing: Sow directly in drills outdoors (5cm deep) from late February until late April. Spacing: 20cm x 30cm Approx. seed count: 50

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  • Bean, French (climbing) – Cobra

    Cobra produces a huge yield of delicious stringless beans over a long period.  This variety is very hard to match.  It is suitable for indoor cropping as well as outdoors in sheltered gardens. Sowing: Sow 5 seeds into 9cm pots in mid May and plant out about 4 weeks later around each bamboo cane Sow … more information

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  • Bean, French (dwarf) – Purple Teepee

    My favourite Dwarf French Bean variety.  You really can’t miss the beans as they are produced above the leaves and are a lovely purple colour.  But don’t worry – they turn green when cooked. Sowing: Sow directly into the ground (4cm deep) in May to June (or in April indoors) or Sow 3 seeds into … more information

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  • Bean, French (dwarf) – Safari

    A modern quick maturing stringless French bean with good disease resistance. Sowing: Sow directly into the ground (4cm deep) in May to June (or in April indoors) or Sow 3 seeds into a 9cm pot indoors (April –June) and plant out about 4 weeks after Spacing: Between rows: 40cm Between plants in the row: 15cm … more information

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  • Bean, Runner – Enorma

    A fantastic runner bean – beautiful flowers, delicious beans and with ‘no strings attached’.  You can’t go wrong. Sowing: Sow 5 seeds into 9cm pots in mid May and plant out about 4 weeks later around each bamboo cane.  Or Sow directly into the ground (4cm deep) roughly 5 seeds next to each cane. Approx. … more information

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  • Bee & Butterfly Mix

    Bee and Butterfly mix is an Amazing mix of 45 annual flowers and herbs that attract bees and butterflies into your garden.  The seeds can be sown directly onto a well prepared seed bed and raked in.  Alternatively if you want to be more efficient with seeds you can sow the seeds into trays or … more information

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  • Beetroot – Detroit Globe

    Beetroot – Detroit Globe is a very old maincrop beetroot variety that still performs extremely well.  It is highly recommended by Kylemore Gardens Sowing: Sow directly outside in a well prepared seed bed in shallow drills (1.5cm deep) from mid April until June. Between rows: 25cm Between plants in the row: 10cm Approx. seed count: … more information

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  • Beetroot – Bulls Blood

    Beetroot – Bulls Blood is a dual purpose variety known for its blood red leaves.  The leaves can be used in salads or steamed like spinach and the roots cooked like any other beetroot Sowing: Sow directly outside in a well prepared seed bed in shallow drills (1.5cm deep) from mid April until June. Spacing: … more information

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  • Beetroot Cylindra

    Beetroot – Cylindra

    Beetroot – Cylindra is a delicious and very high yielding cylindrical shaped beetroot.  Can become quite large and yet remains tender.  Ideal for pickling. Sowing: Sow directly outside in a well prepared seed bed in shallow drills (1.5cm deep) from mid April until June. Between rows: 25cm Between plants in the row: 10cm Approx. seed count: … more information

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  • Beetroot – Pablo F1

    Beetroot – Pablo F1 is the one to get excited about.  You really can’t go wrong with Pablo.  It is absolutely delicious, reliable and high yielding and you’ll never get that bitter taste that can put people off beetroot. Pablo is an all round variety suitable for early sowings as well as for storing. Sowing: … more information

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  • Beetroot Mix

    Beetroot Mix -in this mixture there are five different types of beetroot including a white and yellow type, a long elongated variety, a striped Italian variety – and a normal red heritage variety.  I hope you enjoy the diversity. Growing Beetroot Family: Chenopodiaceae (Goosefoot Family) Related to: Chard, perpetual spinach, sugar beet and annual spinach. … more information

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  • Borage

    Borage is a bushy plant with attractive sky blue flowers ideal for salads.  You only need to sow it once as it self seeds. Sowing:  From March to June. Sow one seed per module and plant out 4 weeks later.  Alternatively sow direct. Spacing: 20cm x20cm Approx. seed count: 30 In the early part of … more information

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  • Broccoli – Purple Sprouting Mix

    Don’t mix this one up with the green ‘broccoli’ you know from shops.  These are called calabrese in the gardener’s language!  This one is the purple sprouting broccoli – our own blend of 5 varieties – that will yield delicious and healthy spears from February until May. Sowing: The best time to sow Sprouting Broccoli … more information

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  • Broccoli – Romanesco

    Brocoli – Romanesco is a most unusual and attractive summer broccoli with conical shaped heads. Sowing: Make successional sowings every 3 to 4 weeks from April until mid June. Sow one seed per module about 1.5cm deep and about 4 weeks later plant out. Spacing: Between rows: 45cm Between plants in the row: 30cm Seed … more information

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  • Brussels Sprout – Brigitte F1

    Brussels Sprout – Brigitte F1: I could never grow Brussels sprouts until I met Brigitte!  This is such an excellent variety with excellent disease resistance and flavour and also the buds don’t open up prematurely. Sowing: Mid April until June. Sow one seed per module about 2cm deep and about 4 weeks later plant out the … more information

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  • Burdock

    Burdock is a Japanese root vegetable -a cultivated variety of our native burdock.  A biennial with large leaves and delicious edible roots. Sowing:  March to May.  Sow one seed per module about 2cm deep and plant out 4 weeks later. Harvesting: In Winter. Spacing: 1 square metre per plant. Approx. seed count: 15 Burdock root is … more information

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  • New Book: ‘Fruit & Vegetables For the Polytunnel and Greenhouse’

    This book is for anyone who wants to grow a wide range of vegetables and fruit in a polytunnel or unheated greenhouse.  It provides comprehensive growing instructions for a wide range of crops for the keen grower as well as for the complete beginner.  It’s easy to read and packed full with valuable information.

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  • New: A Vegetable Growers Handbook

    ‘A Vegetable Growers Handbook’ is a clear and concise guidebook for growing a wide range of vegetables both outdoors and with protection.  It is written in a way that is designed to give the reader a visual guide to growing vegetables.  It can be taken out into the garden and is packed with practical information … more information

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  • Wild Bird Seed Mix – Grow your own Bird Feed

    A Wild Bird Seed Mix which contains over 10 types of plants, which produce an abundance of delicious feed for a whole range of birds.  Barley, triticale, linseed, white millet, red millet, quinoa, radish, sunflower, teasel, poppies, great mullein and buckwheat – all packed in a decorative tin box. Sowing: March to May.  The seeds … more information

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