Herb Collection is a great value pack of cottage garden favourites for beds, borders & containers. Herb Collection is a great value pack of cottage garden favourites for beds, borders & containers. Herb Collection is a great value pack of cottage garden favourites for beds, borders & containers.
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.
The Stamford F1 leek seeds have won an RHS award for garden merit, this leek variety is known for its rust resistance & long white shanks. It is an British bred leek variety than is a consistent performer.
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.
A tasty mix of hot, cool and refreshing salad leaves. Includes Pak Choi, Mizuna, Tatsol, Mustard and Cress. Really easy to grow in containers and great for salads and garnishes. Sow March - October. Harvest May - November.
At last a mangetout pea which produces a delicious crop of conventional peas even when the pods are "past it" for mangetout purposes! Lightly steamed or boiled, mangetout peas can turn a meal into a feast, but they are just as easy to grow as any other peas. A welcome addition to summer salads when cooked and served still warm. Sow March to May. Harvest June to August.
This is one of the best parsnips around, with smooth, long tapering roots that grow very strongly and evenly. Bred for resistance to Parsnip canker and other diseases, Albion is well suited to organic growing. The excellent sweet flavour improves further after the first frosts.
If you want to try and grow the world’s heaviest pumpkin, this is the variety to choose! In North America, specimens weighing more than 1000lb are regularly grown. Even if you don’t want monsters, this is worth growing for pumpkin pies, soups, or roasting with Sunday lunch. Edible roots & leaves. Winter harvest. Sow:Mar-May. Blooms: Sep.