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  • Aeonium – Schwarzkopf

    £7.99
    1L pot

    Sometimes known as Black Rose, this striking succulent can be grown indoors or outdoors. If growing outdoors, our recommendation is to plant in pots using compost for succulents, and bring it under cover during the winter as it doesn’t fare well against frost. It needs a good four to six hours of sunshine each day. The more sun it gets, the darker the leaves become. It can spread to about 1.5 metres, so best to re-pot it as it grows.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Schwarzkopf

    Type: Evergreen

     

  • Aeonium Haworthii – Bicolor

    £7.99
    1L pot

    This is quite a bushy little succulent that will reach an eventual spread of around 15cm height and 15cm spread. It produces cream coloured flowers that are surprisingly popular with bees and reasonably good for cutting too, but the main point of interest is its red-tinged foliage which is visible year round. Great for gravel/rock gardens and walls, or grow in pots filled with succulent compost. If growing outdoors, protect from frost or bring undercover in winter.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Haworthii-Bicolor

    Type: Evergreen

     

  • Agapanthus – Africanus ‘Albus’

    £18.99
    3L pot

    A gorgeous white agapanthus, this variety will reach a height of around 60cm. Plant in full sun in well draining soil. Great for beds and borders, and will return each year. If growing in pots, choose a sturdy pot that is around 40-50cm deep and make sure it has good drainage. Usually from July to September. You can use the flowers for cutting although you may prefer to leave them in the garden for the bees!

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (3 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Africanus – Albus

    Type: Herbaceous Perennial

     

  • Agapanthus – His Majesty Blue

    £18.99
    3L pot

    A real stunner of an agapanthus because of the deep blue. Will grow to approx. 60-70cm tall. Plant in full sun in well draining soil. Great for beds and borders, and will return each year. If growing in pots, choose a sturdy pot that is around 40-50cm deep and make sure it has good drainage. Usually flowers in July/August. Makes a lovely cut flower, although you may want to leave it in the garden as they are so beautiful!

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (3 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: His Majesty Blue

    Type: Herbaceous Perennial

     

  • Alstroemeria Inca – Husky

    £7.99
    1L pot

    Also known as Peruvian Lily. Great for cutting. Usually flowers from midsummer to late autumn. Will form a lovely clump, growing to approx 50cm high and wide over about 5 years. A perennial plant that dies back in winter and re-emerges in spring. Well suited to growing in pots and containers, or plant in a border in either full sun or partial shade.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Husky

    Type: Hardy Perennial

     

  • Alstroemeria Inca – Magic

    £7.99
    1L pot

    Slightly smaller than ‘Husky’ this variety of Alstroemeria Inca (also known as Peruvian Lily) forms a clump, growing to approx 30cm high and wide over about 5 years. Produces striking white and magenta flowers through summer and autumn that are great for cutting. A perennial plant that dies back in winter and re-emerges in spring. Well suited to growing in pots and containers, or plant in a border in either full sun or partial shade.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Magic

    Type: Hardy Perennial

     

  • Anacyclus – Silver Kisses

    £7.99
    1L pot

    The buds on this plant are misleading as they’re a lovely deep pink that makes you think the flowers will be pink too, but then they open up into gorgeous daisy-like white and yellow. This is a low-growing mat-like plant that is great for ground cover. It flowers through spring and summer – keep deadheading to encourage more flowers. Ideal for rockeries, or plant at the front of borders or into containers.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Silver Kisses

    Type: Hardy Perennial

  • Beetroot – Detroit

    £4.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    A classic variety that is easy to grow
    This is a super tasty, popular variety of beetroot that produces smooth skinned, dark red, medium to large beetroots to harvest. Perfect for growing in beds or containers, beetroot is incredibly easy to grow, especially using our organic plug plants. You’ll receive a complete growing guide with your plug plants.

    Number of plants: 10 plug plants

    Variety: Detroit (organic*)

    In the kitchen: This variety of beetroot is great for roasting or you can pick them a little earlier as baby beets and use the leaves in stir-fries or salads.

  • British Basil

    £7.99
    (3 Plants)

    Resistant to cooler conditions
    British Basil has been specifically selected for growing outside in the UK as it is resistant to cooler conditions. It has a bright, green leaf that doesn’t discolour and keeps its recognisable intense flavour.

    Number of plants: 3

    Variety: British (organic*)

    Great for protecting your tomatoes, chillies and aubergines!

    In the kitchen: Pinch off small sprigs and add to salads, tomato dishes, sauces and vegetables.

  • Butternut Squash – Waltham

    £5.99
    (3 Plug Plants)

    Delicious and easy to grow   
    Produces sweet flavoured butternut squash of a light tan-colour, with smooth orange flesh. These fruits are uniformed in shape and can grow up to 20cm long. Stores well after harvesting. A good variety for UK growing. Butternut Squash plug plants make it easy, too – just plant them in a sunny spot and follow the advice in the growing guide that comes with the plants.

    Number of plants: 3 plug plants

    Variety: Waltham Butternut (organic*)

    In the kitchen: This squash is great for roasting, using in a soup or to make a delicious pie.

  • Carrots – Early Nantes

    £5.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Easy to grow, deliciously tasty and a true family favourite 
    Growing carrots is one of the most rewarding things to do in your kitchen garden…there is just something so satisfying about pulling them up and washing off all the soil so that you can cook them. These Nantes Carrots have a lovely sweet flavour. They’re a bit of a classic in the carrot world, and you can expect to get a size around 6 inches out of them. Growing carrots from plug plants is easy – the plants arrive in tiny biodegradable pots and you can simply plant them into well dug soil or containers. A complete growing guide comes with the plants.

    Number of plants: 10 plug plants

    Variety: Early Nantes (organic)

    In the kitchen: Carrots can be steamed or are delicious eaten raw in salads. They are also great roasted with some honey.

  • Cavolo Nero – Nero di Toscano (Black Kale)

    £5.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    An easy to grow, decorative and healthy kale plant

    This Italian kale has beautiful dark green leaves and looks really striking in the vegetable patch when it’s fully grown. In fact, many people choose to plant it in borders for exactly that reason. It’s easy to grow (easier than many other brassicas) and will provide you with leaves for several months. The plug plants will arrive with a complete growing guide full of planting advice and tips.

    Number of plants: 10 plug plants

    Variety: Nero di Toscana (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Add Cavolo Nero kale stews, steam it, fry it up with a little garlic butter.

  • Chives

    £7.99
    (3 Plants)

    This herb looks beautiful in your garden and on your plate
    A delicious herb that will come back year after year producing long leaves with a light oniony flavour. Chives look beautiful in your garden with its pink flowers (also edible), and is very popular with bees too. It’s a must have for any kitchen garden.

    Number of plants: 3

    Organic*

    Great for protecting your carrots, tomatoes, chillies and aubergines!

    In the kitchen: The leaves can be chopped finely to add to potatoes and other veg dishes. Or, leave them whole and wilt them down with shredded spinach and chard. The flowers are also edible and look lovely when sprinkled over a summer salad.

     

  • Cobra French Climbing Bean

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Deliciously tasty, and perfectly formed!
    This is a really popular variety of French Climbing Bean that produces long, green bean pods which are about 7mm in diameter and can be harvested over a long period. If you enjoy French Bean Salads, this is the bean for you! French Beans are easy to grow from plug plants – you can plant them in beds or large pots in full sunshine. A complete growing guide is provided with all plug plants.

    Number of plants: 10 plug plants

    Variety: Cobra (organic)

    In the kitchen: Great steamed with a drizzle of olive oil, perfect for salads.

  • Courgette – Green Bush

    £5.99
    (3 Plug Plants)

    A high yielding, easy to grow courgette plant
    This is a bush variety of courgette, which means that plants are large, robust and vigorous but stay compact without sprawling. The fruit are uniform and straight, with a rich dark green colouring and a fine flavour that’s delicate and sweet enough to eat raw, straight off the plant. Growing courgettes from plug plants is very easy – plant in full sunshine, in beds or large pots, and be sure to water well. You will receive a complete growing guide with your plug plants.

    Number of plants: 3 plug plants

    Variety: Green Bush (organic*)

    In the kitchen: A wonderfully versatile vegetable, courgettes can be used in stir-fries, soups, casseroles, salads, pasta dishes, pickled, the list goes on. You can even eat its beautiful flower, try stuffing it with herbs and cheese and frying it briefly.

  • Courgette – Summer Holiday

    £5.99
    (3 Plug Plants)

    Cute, fun little round courgettes

    A perfectly round courgette with bright yellow, striped skin. They grow well in dry conditions making them an excellent choice for summer planting. Choose a sunny spot secluded from the wind. The courgettes can be harvested at any stage of growing, as baby courgettes or full size – all the advice you need is in the growing guide that comes with the plants.

    Number of plants: 3 plug plants

    Variety: Summer Holiday (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Baby courgettes are great for BBQs, simply thread onto skewers and grill. For more mature courgettes, try chopping and sauteeing. They are the perfect shape for stuffing.

  • Cucamelon

    £5.99
    (3 Plug Plants)

    Fun, quirky and great in a gin & tonic

    These grape-sized cucumbers have mottled green skin that makes them look like tiny watermelons (hence the name). They are super refreshing and have a slight citrus flavour. They will grow best in the greenhouse but make sure you leave a window or door open for pollinators. Plug plants make them particularly easy to grow – just follow the guide that comes with your plants!

    Number of plants: 3 plug plants

    Variety: Cucamelon (organic*)

    In the kitchen: These little beauties are a fun and interesting addition to any salad bowl and great in cocktails too.

  • borecole

    Curly Kale (Borecole) – Green Curled Dwarf

    £5.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    A space-saving, easy-growing kale
    This is a very popular, compact curly kale that is great for pots (and beds, too!) and requires little attention to produce a good crop. It is exceptionally hardy and grows really well through autumn and winter giving you a nice, constant supply of healthy greens from your garden. You can plant curly kale in spring for use in late summer and early autumn, or plant in summer/early autumn for a winter harvest. Cover with mesh netting to protect from pests. You’ll find plenty of advice in the growing guide that comes with the plug plants.

    Number of plants: 10 plug plants

    Variety: Green Curled Dwarf (organic*)

    In the kitchen: This kale can be steamed, baked or fried with a drizzle of olive oil and sprinkled with seasoning to make delicious kale crisps or even used in smoothies.

  • Erigeron – Sea of Blossom

    £7.99
    1L pot

    You’ll see this growing in the walls of many a garden here in Cornwall. It’s a bit of a classic for walls and rockeries, and popular in cottage gardens too. It usually starts flowering in late spring and keeps going, producing daisy-like flowers right through autumn. It’s great for growing on banks and slopes, planted along the top of walls or in a rockery. Good for pots and containers too. Needs full sun.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Sea of Blossom

    Type: Hardy Semi-Evergreen Perennial

  • Erodium x Variable – Roseum

    £7.99
    1L pot

    This hardy little plant is great for gravel/rock gardens, or in containers or at the very front of borders. It forms small clumps, reaching 25cm wide and 10cm high, producing sweet pink geranium-like flowers from May through to September. It should survive the UK winters, but protect from frost or snow in colder parts of the country. It’s a lovely one to plant in with herb gardens, adding some floral interest (although it is not edible so be careful!)

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Roseum

    Type: Evergreen

     

  • Extend The Season Collection

    £29.99
    (83 Plants)

    Keep your vegetable garden going for longer
    With a selection of vegetable plants that are perfect for planting in midsummer, and that will crop well into autumn, this collection is designed to help you extend the growing season.

    Number of plants: 83

    Contains the following baby plants:

    Beetroot x 10
    Spring Onion x 20
    Cauliflower x 10
    Curly Kale x 10
    Celeriac x 10
    Red Cabbage x 10
    Courgette x 3
    Carrot x 10

  • Flat Leaf Parsley

    Flat Leaf Parsley

    £7.99
    (3 Plants)

    Nutritious and tasty
    Also known as Italian parsley, flat leaf parsley has dark green leaves and a pungent, sweet flavour. Harvest it as needed, but fairly regularly so that the plants keep sprouting new stems.

    Number of plants: 3

    Variety: Flat Leaf (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Parsley is such a wonderfully versatile and nutritious herb with its clean flavour demanding no restraint on use. It can be the main ingredient in everything from salads to smoothies. Parsley keeps its bright colour and flavour even when pureed. Make it the base of your next pesto, sauce, soup or shower it over meats and seafood to brighten up your dish.

     

  • French Bean – Yard Long

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Super long, snakelike French beans!

    These brilliantly long French Beans are so easy to grow from plug plants, however they will need full sunshine so make sure you position them well, or you could grow them in a polytunnel/greenhouse. They can be grown in large pots or beds and will need a 2m tall wigwam structure or other bean support to climb. Harvest the yard long beans in late summer. Some say that the beans have a slightly aspargus-like flavour, and in other parts of the world they are called Asparagus Beans.

    Number of plants: 10 plug plants

    Variety: Yard Long (*organic)

    In the kitchen: Can be steamed, blanched, added to stir fries and even braised with garlic.

  • garden mint

    Garden Mint

    £7.99
    (3 Plants)

    Fragrant, fast-growing and a great addition to recipes
    Garden Mint is one of the most popular culinary mints, with large leaves and pretty pink, lilac or white flowers appearing in the summer.

    Number of plants: 3

    Variety: Garden (organic*)

    Great for protecting your brassicas, tomatoes, chillies and aubergines!

    In the kitchen: This variety is ideal for making mint sauce or adding to salads and summer drinks.