Grow the finest vegetable garden from seeds

Grow the finest vegetable garden from seeds

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 vegetables, 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 vegetable seeds successfully.

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  • This traditional Italian variety has globe-shaped roots, dark green foliage and deep red stem. When sliced, unusual red and white rings are exposed, adding an attractive element to the salad plate. Excellent sweet flavour. Delicious in salads or as a hot veg. A heirloom variety and one...

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  • Very reliable and easy to grow variety. Detroit 2 produces deep crimson, globe-shaped roots of excellent sweet flavour. Delicious eaten hot, or raw in salads. A great all around beetroot, which is easy to grow and for 400 seeds @ 99p it is a real bargain. The best variety for...

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  • Late purple sprouting broccoli provides many delicious purple spears during Spring when other vegetables are not available in your garden. Sow the seeds in a prepared seed bed in the spring about 1 cm deep when the soil has warmed up late April, or sow the seeds indoors in March in good quality...

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  • Just as easy to grow as any other brassicas. Cropping from late June to October, depending on when you sow the seeds. The spears are high quality and the plants have great heat tolerance; high yielding variety. Sow the seeds in a prepared seed bed in the spring about 1 cm deep when the soil has...

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  • Crispus is a superb hybrid variety showing excellent clubroot resistance. The small thight buttons are a beautiful green colour; perfect variety for Christmas maturity. Sow early March to end of April in a seed tray or in smoll pots inside, or in a prepared seedbed outside, about 1 cm...

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  • Darkmar 21 brussels sprout is an open pollianted maincrop variety. Ideal for producing for a long period of time, the sprouts are large and dark green. Sow the brussels sprout seeds early March to end of April in a seed tray or in small pots inside, or in a prepared seedbed outside, about 1 cm...

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  • Early Half Tall brussels sprout is a heirloom, dwarf variety. Ideal in a windy, exposed garden or allotment. The plants about 2.5 feet tall. The quick growing plants produce tasty crop which is ready to harvest in September. Sow the brussels sprout seeds early March to end of April in a seed...

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  • Well-known variety. Reliable crop, makes an amazing home grown Christmas treat. Sow early March to end of April in a seed tray or in smoll pots inside, or in a prepared seedbed outside, about 1 cm deep.Transplant into final position when plants have 4-6 leaves and are large enough to...

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  • Montgomery produces masses of dark green, smooth, delicious buttons. Uniform plants and buttons. Sow the brussels sprout seeds early March to end of April in a seed tray or in small pots inside, or in a prepared seedbed outside, about 1 cm deep, at a temperature about 13 Celsius. Transplant...

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  • Red Ball produces medium sized, red buttons. The colour deepens as the weather gets colder. A must have if you want something different in your garden. Sow early March to end of April in a seed tray or in smoll pots inside, or in a prepared seedbed outside, about 1 cm deep.Transplant into final...

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  • April is a spring cabbage. Ideal for overwintering. April produces very uniform, small compact heads. Can be picked early in spring and used as spring greens. Full heads will be ready to pick from early April from August sowing. Sow in compost in seed tray or in small pots August-October, or...

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  • Durham early is a spring cabbage. Great for overwintering. Can be used as spring greens before full maturity early in the season when other vegetables are not available. Cut from March to use as spring greens, full heads fom April. Durham early is a traditional english cabbage, you can find many...

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  • Earliest of All Cabbage as the name suggest is a very early variety. Ready to pick in about 2 months after germination. Small, round crispy heads. If you want a longer supply of cabbages throughout the growing season grow this variety first and the second earliest Golden Acre cabbage too....

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  • Golden Acre is an early variety cabbage. The small - medium sized, solid heads can be picked from July onwards from March sowings. Cabbage is a cool season plant that is a good-for-you leafy green vegetable. Tasty and versatile, cabbage heads can be a bit on the finicky side to grow. But once...

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  • A well established variety. Produces large heads. October- December harvest from March - April sowings. Sow in compost in seed tray or in small pots from beginning of March indoors, end of March-April outside in a seedbed, about 1 cm deep When seedlings are large enough to handle, plant...

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  • High Yielding autumn/winter cabbage. Very long storage variety with good growing reliability due to its club root resistance. Nice green, uniform heads weighing 2.5 - 4kg. Sow in compost in seed tray or in small pots from beginning of March indoors, end of March-April outside in a seedbed, about...

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