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  • Tomato – Outdoor Girl

    £6.99
    (5 Plug Plants)

    No greenhouse? No worries!

    As the name suggests, this variety grows well outdoors. It’s a good option for those living in cooler parts of the UK, and it crops quite early too. The tomatoes are a small/medium size, and a tasty option for salad lovers.

    Number of plants: 5 plug plants

    Variety: Outdoor Girl (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Chop up tomatoes and throw in a handful of fresh basil leaves, a drizzle of olive oil and in an instant, you’ll have a delicious colourful summer salad. These are delicious eaten raw, roasted or used in preserves.

  • Tomato – Roma Plum

    £6.99
    (5 Plug Plants)

    Super for sauces, soups and salad!

    A lovely plum tomato variety that has few seeds, making them an excellent choice if you want to make tomato sauces and soups. They are good for salads too.

    Number of plants: 5 plug plants

    Variety: Roma (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Chop up tomatoes and throw in a handful of fresh basil leaves, a drizzle of olive oil and in an instant, you’ll have a delicious colourful summer salad. These are delicious eaten raw, roasted or used in preserves.

  • Viola

    £5.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Beautiful edible flowers to grow
    These pretty little flowers are so sweet and really decorative. Use them to decorate cakes and salads, or simply let them attract bees and other pollinators to your veg patch. Growing them from our plug plants is simple – just pop them in the soil in a sunny spot and keep them well watered. You’ll get a mixture of different coloured violas right through the summer and into autumn.

    Growing from our plug plants is very easy – just pop the viola plants in beds or pots when your plants arrive and keep them well watered – a complete growing guide is provided with all plants.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants

  • Broad Bean – Aquadulce Claudia

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    A reliable broad bean variety
    Very easy to grow, this variety of broad bean produces longer bean pods. Best harvested young and tender. The plants can be grown in beds or in large pots/planters. There is plenty of growing advice in the growing guide that comes with the plug plants, to help get you off to a good start with your broad bean growing.

    Number of plants: 10 plug plants

    Variety: Aquadulce Claudia (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Delicious boiled or steamed, and best eaten podded and peeled, broad beans are great in risotto, pasta dishes or smashed up with butter and served on bruschetta.

  • Garlic Chives

    £7.99
    (3 Plants)

    Not only adds great flavour to your dishes but looks attractive growing in the garden
    Garlic Chives are similar to Chives, but the leaves are flatter with a white flower that has a delicate garlic and onion flavour. If you don’t have access to a patch of wild garlic in early spring, these make an excellent substitute, producing lots of leaves at around the same time.

    Number of plants: 3

    Organic*

    In the kitchen: The slim, elegant dark green leaves can be used as a tasty addition to salads, or in soups, stews and curries. The flowers are also edible and look lovely when sprinkled over a summer salad.

     

  • Quick Growing Salad Collection

    £29.99
    (90 Plug Plants)

    Cut and come again salad to enjoy all summer
    If you are keen to begin harvesting tasty salads in just a couple of weeks after planting, then this easy to grow little pack of cut-and-come-again salad plug plants is perfect. The plug plants are so easy to grow, just pop them in the ground, water well and keep protected from slugs. Suitable for growing in pots or beds, and will do well in light shade. All our vegetable plug plants are delivered in plastic-free packaging and come with a complete growing guide.

    You’ll receive various different salad plants, with 3 types of lettuce, as well as spinach, rocket, mizuna, mustard leaves, chard and beetroot.

    Number of plants: 90 plug plants

    Space required: An area approx 120cm x 150cm

    In the kitchen: Pick a few leaves from each plant to make your own mixed salad and ditch the supermarket salad bags this summer.

  • Tomato – Saint Pierre

    £6.99
    (5 Plug Plants)

    Late cropping & a good yield

    Extend the tomato season with this late cropping variety. It is a lovely fleshy tomato, with great flavour not dissimilar to beefsteak types. It tends to be quite productive so you can expect a good crop if we get a reasonable summer.

    Number of plants: 5 plug plants

    Variety: Saint Pierre (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Chop up tomatoes and throw in a handful of fresh basil leaves, a drizzle of olive oil and in an instant, you’ll have a delicious colourful summer salad. These are delicious eaten raw, roasted or used in preserves.

  • Tree Spinach

    £4.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Sparkling pink and golden leaves!

    Arguably the most beautiful salad leaf you’ll ever see! Tree Spinach plants deepen into a stunning magenta at the tips, and genuinely sparkle with a little gold dusting. Seeing is believing, so give them a grow and enjoy popping the pink leaves in your salads! The plug plants arrive with a complete growing guide, so it is easy to get started with growing these beauties, but worth knowing in advance that the plants grow quite tall and are best planted at the back of a border/bed.

    Number of plants: 10 plug plants

    Variety: Tree Spinach (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Add Tree Spinach leaves to salads for a splash of bright pink – it’ll look really amazing!

  • Dwarf Cannellini Bean – Cannellino

    £6.99
    (10 Plants)

    The perfect bean for drying and storing

    These are a must-grow for anyone who wishes to store dried cannellini beans to use in stews or cassoulet dishes over the winter months. Just let the bean pods grow and mature on the plant before harvesting and drying out.

    Number of plants: 10

    Variety: Cannellino (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Best left to mature on the plant, then dry out and store in an airtight jar for winter casseroles and soups.

  • Sweetcorn – Sweet Nugget

    £5.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Produces lovely golden cobs with a super sweet flavour
    Sweetcorn is easy to grow but be sure to plant them in blocks rather than rows. This sweetcorn variety produces cobs approx. 20cm in length, and looks lovely when it’s growing in the veg patch. Growing sweetcorn from plug plants is very easy – just pop them in your veg plot when your plants arrive and keep them well watered. See our growing guides for more details.

    Number of plants: 10 plug plants

    Variety: Sweet Nugget (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Best eaten fresh from the garden with butter and black pepper. Alternatively, try bbq-ing them with chilli and garlic butter.

  • Baby Sweetcorn – Minipop

    £5.99
    (10 Plants)

    Easy to grow, crunchy, sweet and full of flavour
    This is a special variety for the production of delicious mini cobs which can be harvested at about 10 cm in length.

    If you are short of space, these plants can be planted much closer together than normal sweetcorn and you do not need to plant in traditional blocks to aid germination.

    Number of plants: 10

    Variety: Minipop (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Perfect for stir-fries, steaming or to add extra crunch to your salads.

  • Japanese Mint

    £7.99
    (3 Plants)

    Good for herbal teas and inhalations

    This is almost like the Extra Strong Mint of the herbal mints. This variety of mint is grown for the medicinal use of the menthol essential oils found in its leaves. It can be used in similar ways to traditional mint varieties to make herbal teas, and it’s also a great one to use for a steam inhalation if you have a bad cold! Our Japanese Mint plug plants arrive ready to be planted straight away.

    Number of plants: 3

    Variety: Japanese Mint (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Make soothing herbal teas – great for colds!

     

  • Apple Mint

    £7.99
    (3 Plants)

    Mint with an apple-like scent

    This is a softer variety of mint to garden mint, both in flavour and texture with its gently furry leaves! Named for the mild apple-like scent, it is a great one to grow for herbal teas and desserts like fruit salad, or grilled peaches. Our Apple Mint plug plants will arrive in biodegradable pots, ready to grow at home.

    Number of plants: 3

    Variety: Apple Mint (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Delicious sliced finely and sprinkled over grilled peaches

     

  • Gourmet Bean and Pea Collection

    £24.99
    (60 Plug Plants)

    A must have in your kitchen garden
    This lovely collection of beans and pea plants will provide you with a plentiful harvest during the summer months. This collection contains Runner Beans, Borlotti Beans, French Beans, Sugar Snap Peas and Mangetout Peas. Please note that contents may vary depending upon the season. Growing from plug plants is very easy – just pop them in your veg plot when your plants arrive and keep them well watered. Our growing guide has plenty of advice and comes free with every order.

    Number of plants: 60 plug plants

    Space required: An area of approx 1m x 5m

    In the kitchen: All full of flavour, these plants are so versatile and complement any dish whether it be a Sunday roast, stir-fry, soup or a summery salad.

  • Hyssop

    £7.99
    (3 Plants)

    Bees and butterflies love these beautiful blue flowers.
    Hyssop produces rich blue, clustered flowers that grow out of one side of its stem. These flowers are great at attracting bees and butterflies to the garden. The stem has a square shape with long pointed aromatic dark green leaves. Hyssop can grow to a height of 45cm.

    Number of plants: 3

    Organic*

    Great for protecting your brassicas!

    In the kitchen: Use the young leaves of hyssop in salads or in meat or oily fish dishes or use to flavour soups, stews, stuffing and fruit dishes. Hyssop is said to aid the digestion of fatty or rich foods.

     

  • Purple Sage

    £7.99
    (3 Plants)

    Gorgeous shades of purple and green

    This is such a beautiful variety of sage that looks fab growing in a herb bed or in the borders, providing purple and green foliage all year round. The bees will love the flowers that come out in summer. Great for stuffings, paired with squash, and to flavour nut roasts. Our Purple Sage plug plants are ready to be planted straight away.

    Number of plants: 3

    Variety: Purple (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Sage is traditionally used with pork, cheese and mushroom dishes and will make wonderful stuffings. The flowers are edible too and can be used to dress summer salads.

     

  • Pineapple Sage

    £7.99
    (3 Plants)

    Stunning red flowers and a pineapple scent

    Named for the strong pineapple scent of the leaves, you might prefer to grow this bushy variety of sage for its spectacular, spiky red flowers which earn it the alternative name of Scarlet Pimpernel. Our Pineapple Sage plug plants come in sets of 3 in small 8cm biodegradable pots, ready to be planted straight away.

    Number of plants: 3

    Variety: Pineapple (organic*)

    In the kitchen: The leaves of this sage are well suited to ice creams, puddings and fruit salads.

     

  • Morena Honeyberry

    Honeyberry – Morena (Potted)

    £8.99
    (1 Plant)

    Honeyberry is very hardy & good for jam
    The Honeyberry is actually a species of Honeysuckle with tart blueberry like fruits that make incredible jam. A native to Eastern Siberia these lovely little plants won’t struggle with even the coldest British winter! It is recommended to grow two honeyberry plants alongside each other (approx 1.2m apart) to aid pollination. You will receive full growing instructions with the honeyberry plant, which comes in a biodegradable pot that you can plant straight into the ground or into a slightly larger container.

    Number of plants: 1 (potted)

    Variety: Morena

    In the kitchen: Honeyberry fruits are similar to blueberries in look, but don’t be fooled as they not as sweet in flavour – sweeten them up in summery desserts, make a tasty jam or add to smoothies with a dash of syrup.

     

  • Melon – Blenheim Orange

    £5.99
    (3 Plants)

    Traditional melons that are juicy and full of flavour

    This is a lovely old variety of melon that is easy to grow at home, although it will need to be planted in a greenhouse or polytunnel for best results as they need a fairly consistent temperature around 20-25c. It needs quite a bit of space to grow, so if growing in a container make sure it’s a large one. You can let the plants scramble on the ground or provide a trellis or similar for them to climb.

    Number of plants: 3 plug plants

    Variety: Blenheim orange

    In the kitchen: This one is simple – just slice it up and enjoy on a hots summers day. Works beautifully as part of a tropical fruit salad but also goes well with cheese

  • Redcurrant Bush – Potted

    £12.99
    (1 Plant)

    A heavy cropping redcurrant bush to grow
    This bright and juicy redcurrant plant is an extremely heavy cropper and perfect for UK conditions. This variety is great for growing in containers, which helps to keep things simple as the plant will maintain its bush-like shape fairly easily without needing much in the way of training or pruning – we like things that are easy! It will do well in sun or partial shade. Re-pot the plant into a slightly larger container every three years, and you should get good results. The redcurrant plant will come in a biodegradable pot – you can plant it into a bigger pot like that.

    Number of plants: 1 (potted)

    Variety: Jonker van Tets

    In the kitchen: Redcurrants are perfect to use in sweet and savoury sauces, smoothies, jams, jellies, and pies.

     

  • Pinkcurrant – Gloire de Sablon (Potted)

    £12.99
    (1 Plant)

    Translucent pink currants with amazing scent

    This is a slightly more unusual addition to the fruit garden with beautiful translucent pink currants that have a wonderful scent and are bursting with sweet, juicy flavour. Fruits ripen from mid July. If you’re new to growing currants, this is a great place to start – you needn’t worry about pruning other than pruning out the weaker branches over autumn/winter. Great for containers, or grown in the ground.

    Number of plants: 1 (3 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Gloire de Sablon

    In the kitchen: This harvested berry is delicious in summery puddings, used for making jams or even freezing.

  • Cape Gooseberry

    £12.99
    (1 Plant)

    A brilliant addition to the greenhouse
    Originally from Peru, the Cape Gooseberry (also known as Physalis) produces bright orange fruits that puts a tropical spin on your traditional gooseberry. These round, cherry-sized fruits grow best in a greenhouse or polytunnel. The plants can reach 1m, and the fruit grows inside a papery husk – harvest them in early autumn when the husks have turned brittle and the fruits are a bright orange.

    Number of plants: 1 potted plant – biodegradable 3l pot

    In the kitchen: These little fruits are delicious eaten straight from the plant (be sure to discard the husk.) They can also be added to salsas, jams cakes and desserts.

     

  • Jostaberry Bush (Potted)

    £12.99
    (1 Plant)

    This unusual plant is a blackcurrant and gooseberry hybrid
    Jostaberry produces fruit that looks very similar to blackcurrant but twice the size and with a unique flavour. The jostaberry is a thornless bush (makes it easier to pick!) that is heavy yielding and mildew resistant. You will receive a growing guide with the plant to get your jostaberry growing off to a good start.

    Number of plants: 1 potted plant – biodegradable 3l pot

    In the kitchen: Use jostaberry in crumbles, pies and other fruit puddings or jams

     

  • Purple Chokeberry Plant (Potted)

    £12.99
    (1 Plant)

    An easy fruit to grow
    Purple Chokeberrry is a fantastic fruit plant if you’re new to growing your own berries. The berries themselves will ripen in autumn and, although very tart when raw, they are wonderful for throwing into crumbles and pies! Great for growing in pots – you will receive a growing guide with the chokeberry plant.

    Number of plants: 1 potted plant – biodegradable 3l pot

    In the kitchen: Cook chokeberries down in crumbles and pies.