Living up to its name, Sweet Million produces masses of small, round, richly coloured fruits whether in a greenhouse or grown outdoors. Expect up to 50 delicious cherry tomatoes per truss. Perfect for containers. Heavy cropping. Sow Date: Jan-May.
Boltardy can be sown early in the year right through to mid summer for successional crops. A most popular beetroot, and no wonder! Boltardy can be sown early in the year right through to mid summer for successional crops, and is slow to run to seed. It yields perfect, globe shaped beets of superb flavour and colour, and its flesh is usually free of unsightly ‘rings’. Quick cropping. Bolt resistant.
This impressive supersweet variety of sweet corn has well filled cobs that will taste delicious freshly picked, cooked & served with lashings of butter. A mid season variety that grows on strong, vigorous plants and performs well in the British climate. Sweet flavour. Large cobs. Sow: Mar-May. Blooms: Aug-Sep.
Mini Muncher is a resistant F1 variety producing small and delightful fruits that mature early and are hardy enough to grow outdoors, they are brilliant for growing in large pots and containers. The fruits grow to around 4-5 inches long and are the perfect size for slicing into a small salad or tucking into children’s packed lunches
Grow your own for the best flavour and you can eat it minutes after picking. Compact, dark green leaves, with a very solid, crisp and crunchy heart. Extraordinarily sweet and just perfect for individual salads.
This carrot is an F1 variety meaning it has excellent disease resistance and also as the name suggests resists again carrot root fly. Expect the crops to be large, smooth and cylindrical with excellent flavour.
Perhaps the fastest-growing radish of all- so great to grow with your children tooï¿½as they can help to sow and see results in just weeks. Ideal for tasty summer salads, this traditional, classic variety has long scarlet roots with a white tip and a mild flavour.