Sow the finest seeds to harvest tasty vegetables

Sow the finest seeds to harvest tasty vegetables

With the help of our vegetable seeds, all UK sourced, you can grow healthy and tasty food. We have hundreds of varieties to choose from, whether you are after wonderful kale or unusual tomatoes. With the help of our products you can grow something tasty and unusual in your allotment plot or garden. Whether you have a small balcony or a huge allotment plot, you can grow your own vegetables. Producing tasty and organic food doesn't have to be hard, and watching your seeds to sprout and your plants to grow into delicious vegetables is not only satisfying but cost effective too.

If you are new to gardening, you can start planting some easy to grow veg, like courgettes or rocket. Even chillies and cucumbers are not hard to raise if you have a sunny spot on your patio, or if you have a greenhouse. More experience is needed to plant perennial vegetable seeds, like asparagus; and some of the really hot chilli peppers and aubergines do need some extra care from sowing till harvest. Check out all the different species and varieties below and browse through the menu on the left; and buy your vegetable seed packets online today with confidence in our secure shop. 

In the UK our veg seeds are one of the cheapest you can find and we always have some seed sales on, so check out our seeds for sale, and occasionally we have flash sales as well, so it is always worth to come back and check out our special offers.

Have you ever wondered how the plants produce seeds, and how they disperse them in nature? If so, read this encyclopedia.com entry about seed. It might help you to understand how to germinate and save your seeds successfully.

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  • Yellow Beetroot Seed packet at 99p. It is a great hybrid variety to add some colour to your salads and your veggie patch. The leaves are edible too, but these leaves are somewhat milder than other varieties' and can be used even when the plants are mature, just like spinach. The roots don't bleed...

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  • White Detroit beetroot as easy to grow as any other beetroot. The globe shaped roots are tender and sweeter. If you don't really like beetroot, this is a must try variety. Useful in cooking as it will not turn everything else red in your kitchen. Sow white detroit thinly, early March-late June,...

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  • Moneymaker is an extra early aubergine, Glossy black not too long fruits and the calyx and the stems are attractive deep purple too. Aubergines are high in potassium, folates and magnesium and a good source of Vitamins E and K. Grow the Moneymaker aubergine under protection, in a greenhouse or...

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  • Bunyard's Exhibition is a heirloom broad bean, was introduced more than 100 years ago. White seeded broad bean with 7-9 delicious seeds/pod. The plants grow to a height of 80 cm. An excellent variety for showing. If you want an earlier crop of beans check out the aquadulce claudia broad bean...

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  • Giant Exhibition is the longest podded variety. White seeded broad bean. Excellent flavour. The plants grow to a height of up to 100 cm. The perfect variety for the showbench. Sow the seeds February-April. Sow in double or single rows or in blocks. Plant the seeds about 4-5cm deep and 20-25cm...

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  • Imperial Long Pod is a superior longer podded type. Up to 10 seeds per pod. Vigorous plants and excellent flavour. Imperial green longpod produces one of the longest pods with full of tasty green beans. Our most popular variety after Aquadulce Claudia. Sow the broad bean seeds February-April....

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  • Unusual pink variety. Must have if you want to impress your friends and family. Compact growing plants produce a good crop of tasty pink beans. Sow the broad bean seeds February-April. Sow in double or single rows or in blocks. Plant the seeds about 4-5cm deep and 20-25cm apart. Space the...

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  • As the name suggests, a long, slim, cylindrical shaped beetroot, with a dark red colour to both the outer smooth skin and the inner sweet  flesh. Ideal beetroot variety for slicing. Matures earlier than other globe shaped ones.. If you decide to grow this variety make sure you have a light...

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  • A dwarf variety, growing to 45 cm, making it a great choice for small or exposed gardens.Good yields of 12-15cm long pods, each containing between 5 and 8 deliciously tender white beans. Suitable for both autumn and spring sowing. Sow the broad bean seeds October-November or March-May. Sow in...

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  • Alicante is an early variety. The vigorous plants produce masses of delicious, greenback free tomatoes. Excellent variety for the UK climate, can be grown very successfully outside. A traditional variety. Sow the Alicante tomato seed about 1 cm deep into a tray or in small pots or cells,...

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  • Witkiem Manita is an early broad bean. From an early spring sowing the pods can be ready to pick as early as the Aquadulce Claudia from November sowing. Sow the broad bean seeds in late January (under protection) - April. Sow in double or single rows or in blocks. Plant the seeds about 4-5cm...

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  • This unique variety produces small (about 15cm) white fruits. For highest pruduction keep the aubergine plants under cover in your greenhouse or polytunnel; ideally above 20 Celsius at all times. A very popular variety in asian cooking. Aubergines are high in potassium, folates and magnesium and...

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  • Very easy to grow, hardy winter vegetable. Early white sprouting broccoli provides a great harvest in early spring togeteher with purple sprouting broccoli. Provide many delicious white spears during late winter and early spring when other vegetables are not available in your garden. Sow the...

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  • Long Purple Aubergine is one of the most commonly grown variety. Produces good quality, dark fruits. The calyx is green and can be very prickly. Aubergines are high in potassium, folates and magnesium and a good source of Vitamins E and K and pro Vitamin A. For best production grow them aubergine...

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  • San Marzano is considered by many to be the best variety to make sauce with in the world. The fruit is thinner and more pointed than that of the Roma tomato; and the low seed density in the fruits, meaty flesh and sweet flavour make this an ideal variety for...

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  • Beetroot Bull's Blood is a good looking beetroot, grown mainly as a salad leaf crop but can be fully grown for its roots, which are softer than other varieties and very deep red and sweet. The deep red leaves make this variety an added interest in baby leaf salads. Grow as a cut and come again...

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