A vegetable seed company for gardeners, by gardeners. Stocking the best varieties of vegetable seeds selected by expert organic grower Klaus Laitenberger, Green Vegetable Seeds.

This Months Selection

Lettuce, Cos – Claremont

One of the most delicious and popular types of lettuce with a lovely flavour. Sowing:  Sow small amounts every 2 weeks from late March until July.  Sow 1 seed per cell in modular trays and plant out 4 to 5 weeks after sowing.  Do not cover the…
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Pepper, Chilli – Hungarian Wax

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…
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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…
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Vegetable Seeds

Klaus Laitenberger

Klaus Laitenberger

Around 120 varieties of vegetable seeds chosen for gardeners in Ireland & the UK.

As we all know Ireland has a unique climate and it took me a few years to adjust my growing techniques to this special climate and soil.

In most parts of Ireland the growing season starts later so it is important to be patient and to delay the sowing and planting.

Our seeds are selected for ease of growing, disease resistance, reliable yield and taste.

Now after years of trials I now offer to you fellow gardeners my tried and tested vegetable seeds online which have passed my crucial seeds tests which are:

1. Ease of growing
2. Disease Resistance
3. Crop Productivity
4. Performance In All Climate Conditions
5. Taste

I know you will be completelysatisfied with my seed selections.


Vegetable Gardening Books by Klaus Laitenberger

Klaus Laitenberger is the author of three vegetable gardening books. He was the Head Gardener at the Organic Centre in Co. Leitrim and restored the gardens of Lissadell House in Co. Sligo. He is a regular contributor to the Irish Garden magazine.

Klaus also works as a gardening consultant and gives lectures and talks nationwide on growing food.  His books have attained excellent reviews from other horticulturists and top gardening newspaper & magazine writers and other gardeners alike.

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