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  • Melon – Emir F1

    An excellent melon that is tolerant to low temperatures.  Round to oval shape, slightly ribbed fruit.  Very tasty and sweet. Sowing: Late April until mid June Sow individual seeds into small pots (7cm) or large modules and keep in a warm place.  Pot on into a 10cm pot when ready.  Plant into greenhouse or polytunnel. … more information

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  • Microgreens - Gourmet Mix

    Microgreen Mix – Gourmet

    Mircrogreen Mix – Gourmet is a gourmet blend of delicious varieties of vegetables, salads and herbs suitable for eating as baby leaves. If grown in a bed, loosen the soil and rake it smooth and level, scatter the seeds about 0.5cm apart.  Rake it over again.  If sown in trays you’ll need a minimum of … more information

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  • Microgreens Mild Mix

    Microgreens ‘Mild Micro Mix’

    Microgreens ‘Mild Micro Mix’ contains broccoli, kohlrabi, red cabbage, kale, leaf radish ‘Sangria’, cabbage ‘January King’. Microgreens are very easy to grow. They can be grown in a garden bed, in containers, or inside on a sunny windowsill.  If grown in a bed, loosen the soil and rake it smooth and level, then scatter the … more information

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  • Microgreens ‘Spicy Mix’

    Microgreens ‘Spicy Mix’ contains mizuna, mibuna, mustard ‘Red Frills’, rocket ‘Dentallata’, mustard ‘Red Lace’, Pak Choi ‘Golden Yellow’, mustard ‘Pizzo’, tatsoi, mustard ’Red Zest’, Pak Choi ‘Canton White’, rocket ‘Napoli’. Microgreens are very easy to grow. They can be grown in a garden bed, in containers, or inside on a sunny windowsill.  If grown in … more information

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  • Nasturtium – Alaska

    Nasturtium – Alaska: A bush type nasturtium which is quite well behaved! Red and yellow flowers with variegated leaves.  Height 30cm. Sowing: From late March to June. Sow one seed per module and plant out 4 weeks later.  Alternatively, sow direct. Spacing: 30cm x 30cm Approx seed count: 25  

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  • Onion – Golden Bear F1

    This is the one to grow if you have ever had White Rot on your onions as this variety is resistant to it.  It also has good resistance to grey mould and some tolerance to downy mildew.  Matures early and has a very high yield of perfect onions. Sowing: Late January to March (with heat) … more information

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  • Oriental Brassica Salad – Leaf Radish ‘Sangria’

    A pink – red stemmed leaf radish with a delicious radish flavour.  Very fast growing with green lobed leaves.  Grows well outdoors and under protection. Oriental brassicas are excellent from late summer onwards right through the winter if grown under protection.  In spring they are very prone to fleabeetle attacks and are best avoided unless … more information

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  • Oriental Brassica Salad Mizuna

    Oriental Brassica Salad – Mizuna

    A very special selection of Mizuna, consistently reliable.  Dark green, glossy, jagged leaves, ideal for a mixed salad. Oriental brassicas are excellent from late summer onwards right through the winter if grown under protection.  In spring they are very prone to fleabeetle attacks and are best avoided unless grown under a fleece. Sowing: Sow small … more information

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  • Oriental Brassica Salad - Green Frills

    Oriental Brassica Salad – Mustard ‘Green Frills’

    An amazing salad ingredient, very serrated green leaves with excellent flavour and texture. Oriental brassicas are excellent from late summer onwards right through the winter if grown under protection.  In spring they are very prone to fleabeetle attacks and are best avoided unless grown under a fleece. Sowing: Sow small amounts every 3 weeks from … more information

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  • Oriental Brassica Salad – Mustard ‘Red Frills’

    A wonderful frilly red mustard.  Definitely one of my favourites.  Very easy to grow with a mild flavour. Oriental brassicas are excellent from late summer onwards right through the winter if grown under protection.  In spring they are very prone to fleabeetle attacks and are best avoided unless grown under a fleece. Sowing: Sow small … more information

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  • Oriental Brassica Salad - Pak Choi 'Joi Choi F1'

    Oriental Brassica Salad – Pak Choi ‘Joi Choi F1’

    Pak Choi ‘Joi Choi F1’ is a brilliant Pak Choi with bright white stems and dark green leaves.  Excellent taste. Oriental brassicas are excellent from late summer onwards right through the winter if grown under protection.  In spring they are very prone to fleabeetle attacks and are best avoided unless grown under a fleece. Sowing: … more information

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  • Oriental Brassica Salad – Salad Rocket ‘Victoria’

    The classic salad rocket with a rounded leaf blade and attractive dark green colour.  Very vigorous and fast growing. Oriental brassicas are excellent from late summer onwards right through the winter if grown under protection.  In spring they are very prone to fleabeetle attacks and are best avoided unless grown under a fleece. Sowing: Sow … more information

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  • Oriental Brassica Salad – Surprise Mix

    Our own selection of the best Oriental Brassicas.  You’ll get the best of everything.  Oriental brassicas are excellent from late summer onwards right through the winter if grown under protection.  In spring they are very prone to fleabeetle attacks and are best avoided unless grown under a fleece. Sowing: Sow small amounts every 3 weeks … more information

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  • Oriental Salad – Wild Rocket

    Oriental Salad – Wild Rocket -the plants are vigorous, uniform and dark green. Oriental brassicas are excellent from late summer onwards right through the winter if grown under protection. In spring they are very prone to fleabeetle attacks and are best avoided unless grown under a fleece. Sowing: Sow small amounts every 3 weeks from … more information

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  • Parsley – Hamburg (Root)

    Parsley – Hamburg (Root) Hamburg Root Parsley is a unique dual-purpose parsley.  You can use the leaves as well as the roots for cooking. Sowing: March to June Sow 4 seeds per cell in modular trays and plant out 6-7 weeks after sowing.  Keep the tray in a warm place. Spacing: Between rows: 25cm Between … more information

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  • Parsley – Moss Curled

    An excellent and reliable variety with curly leaves.  Absolutely delicious. Sowing: March to June Sow 4 seeds per cell in modular trays and plant out 6-7 weeks after sowing.  Keep the tray in a warm place. Spacing: Between rows: 25cm Between plants in the row: 25cm Approx. seed count: 100 Parlsey Family: Umbelliferae (also known as … more information

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  • Parsley, Flat Leaf – Italian Giant

    A vigorous, flat leaved parsley with brilliant green leaves and serrated edges.  Excellent for cooking. Sowing:  March to June Sow 4 seeds per cell in modular trays and plant out 6-7 weeks after sowing.  Keep the tray in a warm place. Spacing: Between rows: 25cm Between plants in the row: 25cm Approx. seed count: 200 … more information

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  • Parsnip Javelin F1 selected by Klaus Laitenberger

    Parsnip – Javelin F1

    Parsnip Javelin F1 is just amazing.  I will never grow another variety again.  It produces delicious and reliable roots with some tolerance to canker. Sowing: Sow directly outside in a well prepared seed bed in shallow drills (1.5cm deep).  The best sowing date is in late April/late May.  Any earlier sowings are very unreliable and … more information

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  • Pea – Mangetout, Dwarf Sweet Green

    Pea – Mangetout Dwarf Sweet Green  is a low crop, which is self supporting and compact.  It is an early variety. Sowing:  April to June Sow directly outside in a well prepared seed bed in trenches 5cm deep and 15cm wide.   The seeds should be spaced evenly in the trench about 3-5cm apart. A single … more information

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  • Pea Mangetout- ‘Shiraz’

    Pea Mangetout- ‘Shiraz’ The attractive bicoloured flowers of Mangetout Pea ‘Shiraz’ form stunning flat, purple pods that are best harvested young and eaten raw, steamed or added to stir fries. The purple pods are rich in healthy anthocyanin (antioxidant) pigment, although the colour will fade to dark green when pods are steamed or boiled. With … more information

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  • Garden Pea - Greenshaft

    Pea, Garden – Greenshaft

    Pea, Garden – Greenshaft is my favourite garden pea.  To my knowledge there is no other that can come anywhere near it.  Very high yielding, excellent flavour, up to 10 seeds per pod and on top of it is mildew resistant. Sowing: April to June Sow directly outside in a well prepared seed bed in … more information

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  • Pea Sugar Snap Delliket

    Pea, Sugar Snap – Delikett

    Pea, Sugar Snap – Delikett is an excellent sugar snap pea with a compact plant habit, approx. 65cm tall.  Pods are carried in clusters of two and can be harvested over a longer period of time.  Excellent taste and very high yield. Sowing: April to June Sow directly outside in a well prepared seed bed … more information

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  • Pepper (chilli) – Ring of Fire

    Pepper (chilli) – Ring of Fire produces masses of long (9cm), small tapered chillies that start dark green and get hotter as they turn red. A very early variety. Plant height: 90cm. Be careful, it is very hot. Sowing: February to mid March Sow 5 seeds into a small pot (7cm) and keep in a … more information

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  • Pepper, Chilli – Hungarian Wax

    Pepper, Chilli – Hungarian Wax is not the hottest chilli, but an easy one to grow.  Very vigorous plant with long pointed yellow fruits.  Will turn red when fully ripe. Sowing: February to mid March Sow 5 seeds into a small pot (7cm) and keep in a warm place.  Pot on into individual 7cm pots … more information

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  • Pepper, Sweet – Bell Boy F1

    Pepper, Sweet – Bell Boy F1 is a prolific thick walled pepper with a sweet flesh and good disease resistance.  Best used when green.  Only grow with protection. Sowing: February to mid March Sow 5 seeds into a small pot (7cm) and keep in a warm place.  Pot on into individual 7cm pots when ready.  … more information

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  • Pepper, Sweet – Roberta F1

    An early maturing bell fruit pepper with a compact and robust plant habit.  Can be grown in pots.  Best used when green.  Only grow with protection. Sowing: February to mid 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 … more information

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  • Poppy – Hungarian Bread Seed

    Poppy – Hungarian Bread Seed was one of the biggest successes in 2015 especially for children. A friend brought me back the seeds from Hungary.  Beautiful plants with white flowers and purple margins.  The seeds can be eaten fresh or used for baking. Sowing:  Late February to May. Sprinkle the small seeds thinly onto a … more information

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  • Pumpkin – Baby Bear

    Pumpkin – Baby Bear is a fantastic variety. Produces up to 5 delicious mini pumpkins, each weighing about 1.5kg. You can serve your pumpkin soup in the pumpkins themselves. The naked seeds can be toasted as a nutritious snack. Sowing: Mid April until late May Sow individual seeds into small pots (7cm) or large modules … more information

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  • Pumpkin – Rouge Vif d’Etampes

    A large, flat, heavily ribbed pumpkin with bright orange-red skin.  The fruit can weigh 10kg and stores well.  Very unusual variety. Sowing: Mid April until late May Sow individual seeds into small pots (7cm) or large modules and keep in a warm place.  Pot on into a 10cm pot when ready.  Plant out in late … more information

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