You choose your favourite vegetable plug plants and we’ll send them to you as soon as they’re ready to be planted out in your own veg plot. It’s better than a pick and mix!

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  • Cucamelon

    (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.

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    Strawberries Throughout the Season

    Original price was: £12.99.Current price is: £11.49.
    (9 Plants)

    A collection of strawberry plants to crop all summer
    A perfect introduction to growing strawberries. Just pop these strawberries plants in the ground and you should get a successive crop of strawberries for several weeks in early summer. This collection contains 9 healthy growing strawberry plants of 3 different varieties that crop at different times:

    3 x Honeoye – early season strawberry variety (in biodegradable pots)

    3 x Cambridge favourite – mid season strawberry variety (in biodegradable pots)

    3 x Symphony – late season strawberry variety (in biodegradable pots)

    Can be grown in: All these strawberry plants can be transferred directly into raised beds, containers, large pots, window boxes or grow bags.

    In the Kitchen: Pick strawberries fresh from the garden and if any of them make it back to the kitchen before being eaten, use them in all sorts of summery puddings, from Eton Mess to a Cornish Cream Tea!

    Contents of this pack may change slightly depending upon the season.

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    Strawberry Plants – Cambridge Favourite (mid season)

    Original price was: £4.99.Current price is: £3.99.
    (3 Plants)

    A popular strawberry variety for a reason
    This is an amazingly popular mid-season variety of strawberry, because it produces reliable a crop of juicy red strawberries that are a good size and just the right level of sweet. It does well in most UK garden conditions, whether growing in pots or beds.

    Number of plants: 3 (in biodegradable pots)

    Variety: Cambridge Favourite

    Can be grown in: Plant in the garden, containers, window boxes or grow bags. Find out more about growing strawberries in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: These strawberries are delicious picked fresh from the garden and served with lashings of Cornish clotted cream! Yummy yummy yummy!

  • Cucumber – Crystal Lemon

    (3 Plug Plants)

    Easy, quick growing and very prolific
    This old-fashioned round cucumber will produce delightful shaped, yellow coloured fruits. The fruits are crunchy, juicy, mild and sweet with fantastic flavour. You should be able to eat the cucumbers by the end of July. If you keep picking, they’ll go on producing into the autumn, and finish in October (depending on the season, of course!) Cucumbers are best grown in a greenhouse or polytunnel, but you can plant them outside in a sunny, sheltered spot from late May onwards as well. Plug plants make them particularly easy to grow – just follow the guide that comes with the cucumber plants!

    Number of plants: 3 plug plants

    Variety: Crystal Lemon (organic*)

    In the kitchen: These cucumbers are delicious in salads adding a lovely splash of colour. Also great for dipping in hummus and for making tzatziki style dips.

  • Melon – Blenheim Orange

    (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