Florian is ideal for growing under glass or in baskets and containers.The striking apple blossom pink flowers produce heavy crops of juicy red delicious fruit. Perfect for containers. Perfect for snacking and desserts. Sow Date: Jan-Mar.
This is the first Butternut squash to be bred in the UK to give excellent results in our climate whatever the weather. Strong healthy plants will give a bumper crop of squashes which are full of flavour when roasted, boiled or mashed. Bronze-green foliage. Dwarf variety. Sow Date: Mar-May.
Very tasty - and pretty enough for the flower border. Very tasty - and pretty enough for the flower border. Use the leaves as spinach and the stalks (chards) chopped in stir fries. The young "baby leaves" are delicious in salads.
A fantastic blend of lettuce leaves that can be harvested as cut and come again or as baby leaf. This highly disease resistant variety will ensure you have a great crop all the way through to the summer and into early autumn. Sow March - October. Harvest May - October.
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.
Shiny, medium-green cucumbers are produced in abundance from this reliable plant with very high levels of disease resistance. Delicious in stir fries and salads. Great flavour. Hardy variety. Sow - April to May. Harvest - July to October
Choose this unique combination for a natural and vibrant mixture of different coloured roots, from white, yellow and orange through to a rich red. These sweet, juicy and tender carrots are ideal to brighten up salads, soups and stir-fries. Delicious.
Flat, stringless pods from plants which do best in a warm spot sheltered from winds. The flowers set readily to give a heavy crop of delicious pods easy for slicing. Sow: April to June. Harvest: August to September