A popular tomato with a simply outstanding flavour. An outdoor variety with a compact habit ideal for hanging baskets and patio pots. Produces masses of cherry tomatoes are produced on long trusses, and you don't even need a greenhouse!
Very sweet and tasty, the bite size, rich orange fruits are borne on long, heavy trusses, and stay in good condition for several weeks. Equally reliable whether grown outdoors or in a greenhouse, Sungold has a growing band of followers who believe its flavour is unbeatable. Grow indoors or outdoors. Rich orange fruits. Sow:Jan-May. Blooms: Jul-Sep.
This outdoor variety produces cucumbers of comparable quality to those grown in a greenhouse, especially if picked when no more than 25cm (10in) long. The fruits are more digestible than some others, which is reflected in its name!
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.
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.
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.
For a fresh, crisp green salad mix, look no further than this delightful combination of complementary flavours. Spicy salad rocket, tasty Greek cress, mild Mizuna, crunchy Tat Soi and crisp Pak Choi make this an easy to grow and very satisfying salad combination. Serve with your favourite salad dressing. Divine. Produces long fruits. High yielding. Sow:Mar-Aug. Blooms: May-Sep.
This short rooted, broad shouldered variety is just the job for shallow soils It is a high yielder, and the roots are delicious roasted or added to winter casseroles. Ideal for shallow soils. High yielding. Sow:Feb-Apr. Blooms: Sep-Feb.