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Heritage Seed Collection - Pea Alderman

Heritage Collection Pea Alderman is a well known and reliable, heavy cropping heirloom. Pods may contain up to 11 succulent, superb flavoured peas.

Tall growing, so supporting the plants is essential. Maincrop maturity. Height 150-180cm. These are recommended for deep freezing and exhibition.

Type: Vegetable
Cropping: 80 days

Sow March to June every 10 days for succession. Sow seed 5cm deep in flat-bottomed drills spacing the seeds about 2.5-5cm apart, and in rows 150cm apart.

When plants are 1cm tall, erect strong supports at each end of the row and attach pea netting or chicken wire.

The pods will be ready to harvest about 12-13 weeks from sowing. Pick regularly for higher yields and to extend the picking season.

Quantity: 250 seeds

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Taste of Italy Seeds - Chilli Pepper Peperone Fuego F1

Chilli Pepper Peperone Fuego is a hot Cayenne pepper which produces tapering, 15cm long fruits that turn from green to fiery red as they ripen. With a compact, upright habit and short internodes, Chilli Pepper Peperone Fuego is ideal for growing in growbags or containers on the patio. This particular variety produces abundant crops if picked regularly throughout the summer.

Flowering period: Jun-Sep
Sowing months: Jan-Apr
Position: Full sun
Height: 50cm
Spread: 40cm

Sow Chilli Pepper seeds on the surface of a good, free-draining, damp, seed sowing mix and cover with a fine sprinkling of compost or vermiculite. Place seed trays in a propagator at a temperature of 18-25C until after germination, which takes 7-10 days. Do not exclude light as this helps germination.

When seedlings are large enough to handle, transplant into individual 7.5cm pots of compost and grow on in cooler conditions. When plants are well grown and all risk of frost has passed, transplant them into grow bags and containers, or plant them in well prepared beds of fertile, moist, well drained soil. Chilli peppers may be grown undercover in a greenhouse or polytunnel, or grown outdoors in a sheltered position in full sun. When growing chilli peppers outdoors, gradually acclimatise them to outdoor conditions over a period of 7 to 10 days prior to transplanting them. Space pepper plants at a distance of 50cm apart.

Water chilli pepper plants regularly throughout the growing season and feed weekly with a high potash tomato fertiliser once the first fruits have set. Taller varieties of chilli peppers may require staking. Provide a thick mulch of organic matter around the base of the plants to help conserve moisture and reduce weed growth. In greenhouses, maintain high humidity by damping down paths daily. Harvest chillies singly by cutting them from the plant with secateurs or pull the entire plant when full of red peppers, and hang upside down in the kitchen for use all year round. Chilli peppers grown outdoors must be harvested before the first frosts.

Quantity: 50 seeds

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Vegetable Seeds - Runner Bean Scarlet Emperor

Heavy crops of long smooth textured dark-green pods. Excellent for freezing and exhibition.

Prefers to be grown in fertile, moist yet well-drained soil which has had plenty of well rotted compost dug into it the previous autumn. For an an early start sow from mid spring in artificial heat (propagator, greenhouse, warm room) in peat pots and plant out after last expected frost. Outdoors do not sow until at least 10 days after last frost, 5cm deep. Sow 2 seeds every 30cm in rows 38cm apart.

Remove weaker seedlings after germination. Make sure your soil is warm and avoid it becoming baked hard. Water regularly and liquid feed every 14 days during mid summer. A thick mulch will help conserve moisture.

Pick the beans regularly a little on the young side to ensure top quality and prolonged cropping.

Quantity: 30 seeds

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Vegetable Seeds - Brussels Sprout Bright F1

This 2-in-1, Brussels Sprout Bright is an autumn-maturing variety that produces a well spaced crop of sprouts with the added bonus of the sweet, cabbage-like top which can be eaten as delicious fresh ‘greens’. The tasty round buttons are of uniform size with a realy good flavour and are suitable for freezing. Brussels Sprout Bright also shows good resistance to stem mildew, leaf spot and alternaria.

Sowing months: Mar-Apr
Position: Full sun
Height: 75cm
Spread: 50cm

Sow Brussels Sprout seed indoors from February. Alternatively direct sow outdoors from March into a well prepared seedbed, for transplanting to their final positions later on. Sow at a depth of 13mm and distance of 30cm between rows. Indoors, sow seed in 7.5cm pots or trays of free-draining, seed sowing compost and cover with a 6mm layer of vermiculite. Place in a propagator or seal container inside a plastic bag at a temperature of 15C until germination which takes around 7 days. Once germinated, grow Brussels Sprouts on in cooler conditions until all risk of frost has passed and plants are large enough to be transplanted.

Gradually acclimatise them to outdoor conditions over 7 - 10 days before planting Brussels Sprout plants outdoors in firm, rich fertile, well drained soil in full sun. Prepare the soil in advance in early spring by adding plenty of well rotted farmyard manure to the soil to improve its structure and fertility. Plant brassicas at a distance of 60cm apart and cover with a protective netting or fleece to prevent attack from birds and insects. Water the plants thoroughly after planting.

Water Brussels sprouts regularly and do not allow them to dry out as this may impair their development. Hoe between plants regularly to prevent weeds from establishing and bring insect larvae to the surface. Remove any yellowed or diseased leaves as they occur. Brussels Sprouts can be harvested from October to December but their flavour will be improved if they are left exposed to the first frosts.

Quantity: 1 packet of 30 seeds

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Vegetable Seeds - Carrot Eskimo

As the name suggests, Carrot Eskimo is one of the most cold tolerant varieties available, coping with winter weather down to -10C when grown on lighter soils. The rich orange, cylindrical roots can be lifted late in the season or even over wintered in free draining conditions. This top quality, RHS AGM variety resists splitting and retains its flavour throughout the autumn and winter - especially if left in the ground.

  • RHS Award of Garden Merit

    Sowing months: Apr-Jul
    Position: Full sun
    Height: 30cm
    Spread: 15cm

    Direct sow carrot seeds outdoors from March to July. Early varieties may also be sown from February to March in greenhouse borders or under cloches. Specific autumn sowing carrot varieties can be sown as late as October under cloches for an early crop in spring. Grow Carrots in a weed free, sunny position in fertile, light, well drained soil. Carrots dislike freshly manured soils so seed beds are best prepared in autumn, well in advance of spring sowings. Sow carrot seeds thinly at a depth of 1cm in drills 30cm apart. Germination will take 10 to 20 days. When large enough to handle, thin out the seedlings within each row to 10cm apart. Where space is limited, growing carrots in containers will also produce a worthwhile crop.

    Water well to encourage germination. Once germinated, carrots should be watered only when necessary to keep the soil moist as excessive water may encourage leaf growth instead of roots. During growth, the carrot roots may be earthed up to prevent green crowns developing. Cover later carrot sowings with fleece or fine netting, and remove all thinnings from the site to minimise carrot fly infestation. Carrots can be harvested from July to December depending on their sowing date. Early varieties may be lifted when required from 9 weeks onwards, while maincrops can be harvested after 11 weeks from their sowing date. Pull a single carrot first to assess the size of the roots. If the soil is dry, lifting carrots can be made easier by watering beforehand. Roots can be stored in a cool, dry place for up to 4 months.

    Quantity: 1 packet of 450 seeds

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    Urban Seed Collection - Leek Lancelot

    Leek Lancelot is a fantastic alternative as a milder flavoured spring onion when sown thickly, and can also grow as a full sized leek for autumn and winter harvesting. Ideal for growing in containers and tasty when used in salads, stir-fries or as a steamed vegetable, Lancelot makes a wonderful addition to your garden.

    Plant Type: Vegetable
    Cropping: June to October

    Sow: March to May
    Sow seeds quite thickly direct outside or in containers, 13mm deep; sow seed in succession for a continuous supply of baby leeks.

    Growing: No thinning necessary. If required for full blanched leeks in autumn / winter then sow thinly and transplant, allowing 25cm (10”) between plants.

    Aftercare: Earth up around stems as they develop. Keep well watered during dry weather.

    Quantity: 75 seeds

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    Urban Seed Collection - Salad Cut n Come Again

    A quick growing salad leaf mixture, Salad Cut n Come Again is ideal for sowing in containers outdoors throughout the summer, and indoors on a windowsill during the winter.

    This tasty mixture contains Mizuna, Salad Rocket, Red Mustard, Pak Choi, Red Russian Kale and Golden Yellow Chinese Cabbage.
    Cut 'n' Come Again is ready to cut from 25 days in summer and 50 days during winter.

    Plant Type: Salad Vegetable
    Cropping: May to October
    Ideal for: Containers

    Sow: March to August
    Sow seeds thinly direct outside or in containers, 13mm deep; sow regularly for leaves throughout the summer and autumn outdoors.

    Growing: Thin as necessary to 25-50mm apart.

    Aftercare: Keep well watered during dry weather.

    Quantity: 300 seeds

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    Salad Leaves - Oriental Mixed

    This innovative blend will add oriental flavours, colours and textures to your salads. Featuring Pak choi gree, Cn mizuna, Mibuna, Mustard pizzo, Mustard red lion, Salad rocket serrata and Tatsoi, this mix ideal for sowing in succession, to pick leaves as you need them.

    This mix can also be grown under glass during the winter months to provide a complete season of harvesting, and also ideal for containers on the patio.

    Sow March to September outdoors or October to February under glass or in coldframes. Sow thinly 13mm deep in drills 23cm apart. Thin seedlings if necessary, when large enough to handle, to 10cm apart.

    Keep ground weed free and water well during dry periods. Harvest a few leaves from each plant.

    Quantity: 500 seeds

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    Vegetable Seeds - Salad Leaves Speedy Mix

    Salad Leaves Speedy Mix Seeds is a very quick growing mix for those gardeners who just can’t wait!
    Containing Salad Rocket Victoria, Greek Cress, Mizuna, Mustard Green and Red Frills and Pak Choi Canton White, Speedy Mixed is a tasty blend of different textures, colours and leaf shapes. Great for sandwiches, salads and garnishes, this is quickest during the summer months when salad leaves will be produced in about 25 days, but can also be sown all year indoors.

    Plant Type: Salad Vegetable
    Sow: Sow seeds thinly, 12mm deep in drills 23cm (9”) apart.

    Growing: Thin seedlings if necessary, when they are large enough to handle, to 10cm (4”) apart.

    Aftercare: Keep ground weed free and water well during dry periods. Harvest a few leaves from each plant.

    Quantity: 1000 seeds

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    Plant n Grow Salad Starter Kit

    Have you ever wanted to have your own fresh supply of salad vegetables to sow, grow and eat? With the Plant n Grow Salad Starter Kit you can have just that, and the beauty is you will know exactly how they have been grown, because you will have done it yourself.

    The Vegalicious salad seed starter kit includes following highest quality seeds:

    • Cherry Tomatoes
    • Cucumber
    • Lettuce-Iceberg
    • Radish
    • Spring Onion

    Provided is a 5-step illustrated how-to instruction card as well as growing on, outdoor sowing, harvesting and uses instructions. A mini-propagator is used to house 6 Mini Compost Discs which you soak with warm water, then plant the seeds and watch your salad vegetables grow.

      Also included;
    • 6 plant markers
    • Pencil
    • Specially tailored recipe card from chefs at an award winning cook school

    This is a really environmentally friendly way to get your vitamins and anti-oxidants, and even the box that this kit comes in is both recyclable and biodegradable. The box wraps, instruction and recipe cards are all printed on FSC card and are fully compostable.

    All Seeds comply with EC rules and standards and each seed packet is clearly labelled with the seed name and sow by date.

    Click here for planting Instructions.

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    Vegetable Seeds - Cabbage January King

    Cabbage January King is a hardy winter cabbage - not even severe frost seems to bother it! The heads of Savoy Cabbage January King are crisp and crunchy with good flavour, and the leaf is a conifer-blue colour.

    Cabbage is an excellent source of Vitamin C whether eaten raw or cooked. Try to use all healthy outer leaves, as it is the darkest green leaves that contain the most nutrients.

    Plant Type: Vegetable
    Harvest: Late Winter

    Sow: Sow seeds outdoors in a well prepared seed bed in spring, or alternatively, in a greenhouse or frame. Sow seeds thinly 12mm deep in rows 23cm apart. If the soil is dry, water well and allow to drain before sowing.

    Growing: Transplant at the 5-6 leaf stage allowing 60cm between plants. The soil should be firm and contain plenty of well-rotted compost, preferably from a previous crop - it should also be well limed. Just before planting, rake in 3oz/sq yd of a balanced fertiliser.

    Aftercare: Hoe occasionally and water if the weather is dry. Harvest in very late winter.
    500 seeds per packet

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    Vegetable Seeds - Kale Dwarf Green Curled

    This curly kale is a very reliable winter hardy which greens at a time when fresh and nutritious vegetables can be in short supply. Reliable to grow in most UK soils, the seeds should be sown from April to early June provided the soil is rich and well drained.

    Sow thinly in a well prepared seedbed, 12mm deep in drills 23cm apart. Transplant when large enough to handle to 50cm apart.

    Pick fresh young leaves throughout winter and spring and leave older leaves for when you want more kick from the flavour.

    Quantity 1000 seeds

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    Heritage Seed Collection - Lettuce Great Lakes

    Heritage Collection Lettuce Great Lakes is a popular variety for home gardeners as it is an easy vegetable to grow. Its crisp, tender, fresh heads are tasty in salads.

    Ideal for spring or summer sowing, cut hearts store well in the refrigerator.

    Type: Vegetable
    Cropping: 80 days

    Sow March to July.
    Sow seed thinly at regular intervals direct outside, 12mm deep in drills 38cm apart.

    Thin seedlings to 3cm apart when large enough to handle.

    Water well during dry periods.

    Quantity: 1500 seeds

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    Vegetable Seeds - Lettuce Salad Leaves Mixed

    A separately packaged collection to provide different types, colours and textures and a longer harvest from one sowing. Ideal for small gardens, providing a great selection in a small space.

    Sow thinly from spring to mid summer 6mm deep in drills 38cm apart. A moist, well drained soil which has had plenty of compost during the previous autumn is best.

    In very hot weather it is best to water the soil before sowing, and to make sowings during the early afternoon. Thin out gradually to 30cm apart and harvest when the head feels firm when gently pressed.

    Quantity: 500 seeds

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    Heritage Seed Collection - Beet Egyptian Flat Rooted Kahira

    Heritage Collection Beet Egyption Kahira is a flat-rooted beet with smooth skin and deep red, tender and flavoursome flesh. Egyptian Flat has a very sweet flavour; it’s as delicious to eat, as it is to look at with its striking colour.

    Roots grow mainly above the surface of the soil in a well-drained and sunny position. Once harvested, they will store well for use through the winter months.

    Beet can be stored by lifting the roots from later sowings, twist off the tops and store in boxes of slightly damp sand in frost-free conditions.

    Type: Vegetable
    Cropping: 78 days
    Ideal for: Children

    Sow March in frames, April-July outdoors. Sow seed thinly, 1cm deep in drills 30cm apart.

    Thin seedlings to 3–5cm (1–2” apart when large enough to handle.

    Harvest when roots reach about 4cm in diameter or more when they are delicious raw.

    Quantity: 300 seeds

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    Heritage Seed Collection - Spinach Bloomsdale

    Heritage Collection Spinach Bloomsdale stands well without bolting during hot weather if kept well watered. Successional spring and summer sowings give a longer cropping period.

    Spinach has a high nutritional value and is extremely rich in antioxidants, especially when fresh or lightly steamed. Ideal for freezing.

    Type: Vegetable
    Cropping: 40 days

    Sow March to July outdoors. Can be sown under cloches or frames in September. Sow seed thinly, 1cm deep in broad drills, 30cm apart.

    Growing: Thin seedlings to 5cm apart when large enough to handle, thinnings will be suitable for use in salads.

    Harvest leaves as required, picking only a few from each plant. Keep plants well watered during hot, dry weather.

    Quantity: 700 seeds

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    Heritage Seed Collection - Radish Poloneza

    Heritage Collection Radish Poloneza produces mild, crisp, white flesh which may show some pink tinge, and is free from pithiness. It is low in calories with an abundance of flavour and crunch.

    Radishes are rich in vitamin C, folic acid and potassium as well as being a good source of vitamin B6, riboflavin, magnesium, copper, and calcium.

    Suitable for earlier sowings under glass as well as outdoors. Quick maturing and resists bolting.

    Type: Vegetable
    Cropping: 30 days

    Sow February to March under glass, April to August outdoors, at 4 week intervals.
    Sow seed thinly, 1cm deep in drills 30cm apart in soil which has been raked to a fine tilth.

    Growing: When large enough to handle, thin out seedlings to 2.5cm apart.

    Keep plants cool and moist to prevent running to seed. Water ground regularly, especially during dry periods.

    Quantity: 500 seeds

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    Vegetable Seeds - Runner Bean Wisley Magic

    The winner of an RHS AGM in the 1999 Runner Bean trials and voted The Best on Trial as it produced the heaviest yield of quality beans over a long picking season, Runner Bean Wisley Magic is simply a must have in your vegetable garden!

    Wisley Magic not only has attractive bright red flowers, but also produces smooth, long and slender pods that easily reach 35cm (14”) long! Although not stringless, Wisley Magic does have a low fibre content and a wonderful old fashioned runner bean flavour – delicious.

    Plant Type: Vegetable
    Harvest: July to October
    Ideal for: Children

    Sow: Mid April indoors for transplanting or May to early July outdoors
    Indoors: Sow seeds 5cm (2“) deep in 7.5cm (3”) pots or trays of good free draining, seed compost. Place in a propagator or seal container inside a polythene bag and place at 18-20C (64-68F) until after germination, which takes 7 to 10 days.
    Outdoors seeds can be sown direct once the soil has warmed; sow 15cm (6”) apart, 5cm (2”) deep and in rows 45cm (18”) apart.

    Gowing: Gradually acclimatise indoor grown plants to outdoor conditions for a few days before planting out after all risk of frost, against canes or netting. This prefers to be grown in fertile, moist yet well drained soil, which has had plenty of well rotted compost dug into it the previous autumn.

    Aftercare: Hoe regularly and keep well watered; mulch during dry periods and pick beans regularly when young.

    40 seeds per packet

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    Vegetable Seeds - Cauliflower All The Year Round

    This variety of seed will produce very white, dwarf cauliflowers with large, tight heads. Useful for frame culture and successional sowings year after year.

    Quantity: 325 seeds

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    Vegetable Seeds - Early Purple Sprouting Broccoli

    An extremely useful and easy to grow hardy winter vegetable, providing lots of tasty purple heads during late winter/early Spring.

    Sow in a well prepared seed bed in mid to late spring in drills 1cm deep spaced 30cm apart. When the seedlings have four or five leaves transplant to their final quarters 75 x 75cm apart. They will grow in most soils but must be planted firmly.

    Water well until they become established and harvest in late winter/early spring by snapping off the flowering shoots before the flowers open. Don't remove the large leaves as these will protect the next batch of shoots.

    Quantity: 100 seeds

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