Our traditional and heirloom seeds that we, the experts, professionals and horticultural specialists have carefully selected, will enable you to have strong, healthy growing plants with high yields of delicious fruits, vegetable and herbs.
We spend time selecting only the finest quality plant products from around the world and we want to keep them at their very best, so they will be sent to you in a padded envelope arriving with you fresh and ready to sow immediately. However, we care about the environment and you, our customers, so we don’t go overboard on the packaging, meaning 1st Class Royal Mail Postage costs less than £2.
For just pennies you can purchase from our wide range of varieties, finding the traditional vegetables and flowers you normally purchase, and you can try out something new or you can opt for the completely unusual. Whatever you are after, we have them all for you to buy, sow and grow.
If you love growing tasty vegetables you will find something unusual or heirloom to sow in your garden or allotment. Our varieties have been carefully selected to offer you the best results in strong and healthy plants that will offer an excellent yield of delicious, tasty and sumptuous fruits and vegetables.
We have a fantastic range of low priced tomatoes that you can buy today, from salad to cherry tomatoes, right through to Golden Sunrise and Alicante, Black Cherry and Marmande just to name a few.
We love flowers of all types, from tiny little petal beauties right through to flowers bigger that your head, from flowers that scent your whole garden to those that let off as a delicate smell as you brush past them.
We have a wide range of heirloom, traditional and rare vegetable, herb and flower varieties for you to grow in your garden and allotment. Whether you are looking to grow tasty food for the table, or a colourful and scented garden we have the right variety for you to sow.
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Our team of growers and horticulturalists here pride themselves on offering low prices and excellent value for money, fast delivery so you can sow quickly, and start watching the seedlings emerge and grow. Rare heirloom vegetable, flower and herb varieties allowing us to have exactly what you are looking for, amazing special offers to help you save money and excellent quality seeds that you will love to sow and watch your plants to grow.
Chives is a very popular perennial herb and used in every day cooking. The onion taste of the fine leaves goes well in soups, different egg dishes, sandwiches. Chives are the milder cousin of the onion. Unlike the onion, only the top green portion of the chive is used in recipes or as a garnish....
Californian wonder produces bulky, square-shaped fruit. Most suitable for greenhouse production, but can be grown outside in warm areas, in a sheltered position in containers on your patio area. The plants produce masses of firm, crunchy, tasty peppers; maturing from green to red. Sow 1 cm deep...
Courgette Early Gem F1 is a very early variety. Slim dark green fruits with a lighter green stripe. Also can be used to produce small marrows if left on the plant longer. Sow the Early Gem courgette seed late March through April under glass for growing in the greenhouse, or late April through...
This trailing Little Gem squash produces many cricket ball sized, dark green fruits. Dark orange, sweet flesh. Very productive plant. Sow the gem squash from late April under glass for growing in the greenhouse, or through May to transplant outdoors. Seeds can also be sown direct outdoors, in a...