Plants

You choose your favourite vegetable 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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  • Achillea-Salmon-Beauty

    Achillea millefolium Lachsschonheit Salmon Beauty

    £8.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Sun
    Soil: Any good garden soil. Needs good drainage
    Rate of Growth: Fast
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Pink
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 45cm
    Eventual Spread: 60cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers and old leaves in the Spring to keep tidy. Feed with a slow release fertiliser every spring and top the soil up with an ornamental mulch.

    Achillea Millefolium, commonly known as Yarrow, produces flat heads of soft pink flowers in the summer. They are a magnet for many pollinating insects including hoverflies. Spreading stems make good ground cover but Achilleas do not like to be crowded so give them an open, sunny site and well drained soil for them to be able to do well.


  • Anemone-Andrea-Atkinson

    Anemone x hybrida Andrea Atkinson

    £9.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Sun or part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Medium
    Flowering Period: Late Summer/Autumn
    Flower Colour: White
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 90cm
    Eventual Spread: 75cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers and old leaves in the Spring to keep tidy. Feed with a slow release fertiliser every spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    A classic perennial for late summer and autumn borders. Pure white flowers float on wiry stems for weeks and are followed by fluffy seed heads for extra interest. Very undemanding and a good plant to grow in dry soil and part shade where the jagged leaves will spread to make good ground cover.


  • Aster-x-frikartii-Monch

    Aster x frikartii Monch

    £9.99

    Pot Size: 1.5L
    Position: Sun or part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Fast
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Mauve
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 90cm
    Eventual Spread: 75cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers to keep tidy and prune hard in late Spring. May require staking. Feed with a slow release fertiliser every Spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    A classic cottage garden plant. The much sought after Aster has a long flowering season from July until late Autumn. Producing soft blue flowers with yellow centres, bees adore this plant for its pollen. Aster x frikartii Monch grows quickly into a rounded shape that’s ideal to soften the front of a border.


  • Astilbe-simplicifolia-Sprite

    Astilbe simplicifolia Sprite

    £9.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil. Does not like to dry out
    Rate of Growth: Slow
    Flowering Period: Early Summer
    Flower Colour: Pink
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 45cm
    Eventual Spread: 60cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers and old leaves in the Spring to keep tidy. Feed with a slow release fertiliser every Spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    Low mounds of glossy, deep green leaves cover the ground and are a lovely back drop to the spikes of soft pink flowers that appear on arching stems in the Summer. An ideal choice to soften the edge of a border in damp soil or to grow in a bog garden or other wet place. Prefers a partly shaded site.


  • Bay

    Bay

    £5.99
    (3 Plants)

    A must for your kitchen garden
    Glossy, aromatic, perennial evergreen foliage sits at the top of a tall slender stem, making an elegant addition to your patio or garden and in your kitchen.

    Number of plants: 3

    Organic

    Can be grown in: Pots, containers, in your kitchen garden or sheltered garden borders.

    In the kitchen: The aromatic leaves can be used fresh or dried and are used in cooking to give a fragrant flavour to soups, stews, casseroles and other dishes.

    Can be delivered from: Late April to July. These plants will arrive in 9cm pots.


  • blue-lake-french-climbing-bean

    Blue Lake French Climbing Bean

    £5.99
    (10 Plants)

    Easy to grow, decorative, and deliciously tasty
    Producing pencil-shaped, stringless pods that are green in colour, this variety can reach up to 1.5m in height. The beans inside are pure white, and can be used as haricot beans at the end of the season.

    Number of plants: 10

    Variety: Blue Lake (organic)

    Can be grown in: Pots and containers, grow bags, raised beds. They will need a support to climb. Find out more about growing climbing beans in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: Great steamed with a drizzle of olive oil. Slightly sweeter in flavour than other French Beans

    Can be delivered from: late April to July.


  • buttercup-winter-squash

    Buttercup Winter Squash

    £5.99
    (3 Plants)

    Decorative and delicious  
    This variety of winter squash has a deliciously dense, firm flesh and a beautifully sweet and nutty flavour with an unusually flat shape. The skin is a green/grey colour and the fruits grow to approximately 1.5kg.

    Number of plants: 3

    Variety: Buttercup (organic)

    Can be grown in: These grow well outside, so if you have the space then go for a raised bed or similar, but they will grow well in pots too. Find out more about growing squash in our growing guide below.

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

    Can be delivered from: Late April to July.


  • celtuce

    Celtuce

    £4.99
    (10 Plants)

    Very unusual plant that can be used in two different ways
    Celtuce is a stem-lettuce with a Chinese origin. It’s an unusual plant that can be used in 2 ways:

    The leaves can be picked whilst young and used like a cut and come again lettuce. As the stem elongates, the rosette formation changes to a small tuft of leaves on the top.

    The second use is for the stem which has a mild celery-like flavour. Peel off the outer layer and slice thinly. This tastes amazing in salads or can be lightly steamed.

    Number of plants: 10

    Variety: Celtuce (organic)

    Can be grown in: Pots and containers, grow bags, raised beds.

    In the kitchen: The leaves can be picked either whilst young or when they have formed a rosette and used in lovely summer salads. The stem can be sliced and either lightly steamed, or added raw to your salads for an amazing flavour and texture.

    Can be delivered from: late April to July.


  • Chervil

    Chervil

    £5.99
    (3 Plants)

    Delicious and rich in vitamins
    Producing leaves that are long and straight, this annual has an unusual aniseed flavour and is very rich in vitamins.

    Number of plants: 3

    Organic

    Can be grown in: Pots and containers are perfect for growing Chervil.

    In the kitchen: Delicious in soups and salads. Chervil goes very well with chick and white fish.

    Can be delivered from: Late April to July. These plants will arrive in 9cm pots.


  • planter-children

    Children’s Planter

    £39.99
    (28 Plants)

    The perfect way to get your little ones growing
    These lovely, wooden planters arrive with everything that’s needed to create an instant vegetable garden with your little ones. Simply add water to the coir compost block and mix with the organic plant nutrients provided, then pop in your vegetable plants. Enjoy growing and harvesting fresh organic vegetables and salad from this garden throughout the spring and summer.

    This planter can easily be placed on a patio or decking area. Plants will grow best in a nice sunny spot.

    Includes the following:
    • Wooden planter
    • Peat free organic coir compost block
    • Bag of organic plant nutrient
    • Water permeable membrane
    • Planting instructions
    • 28 x organic vegetable and salad plants

    Planter Dimensions: 79cm x 52cm x 15cm

    Can be delivered from: late April to August


  • Companion Plant Pack

    Companion Plant Pack

    £9.99
    (30 Plants)

    Help to keep pests at bay with beautiful companion plants
    Companion planting is a traditional and natural way to deter pests from crops that you are growing and to attract good insects such as hoverflies, lacewings and ladybirds which are the best natural predators of aphids and whitefly. Our little companion plant pack is a great way to get started and not only do the plants look lovely when interspersed with your vegetables, they all have the advantage of being edible too.

    With 30 plants in total, this pack contains the following plants:

    Tagetes x 10
    Tagetes planted close to your tomatoes, peppers and aubergine are a great natural way to deter whitefly, and they also look very pretty when in flower. The petals have a distinctive zesty flavour and can picked and used fresh to garnish salads.

    French Marigold x 10
    The strong colour of marigolds attracts hoverflies, lacewings and ladybirds. The flowers and leaves have a mild citrus flavour and can be used to garnish salads or desserts.

    Nasturtiums x 10
    A wonderful pretty companion plant with edible leaves and petals which have a distinctive peppery taste. Nasturtiums secrete a mustard oil that insects love. Plant as a sacrificial crop close to brassicas to deter caterpillars.


  • countess-parsnip

    Countess Parsnip

    £6.99
    (20 Plants)

    High yielding with good disease tolerance
    A very typically British vegetable, this main crop variety of parsnip has a good disease tolerance and is high yielding. The parsnips form a smooth skin and are very uniform in shape.

    Number of plants: 20

    Variety: Countess (organic)

    Can be grown in: Large containers or raised beds.

    In the kitchen: Delicious roasted with some honey. Alternatively try mashing your parsnips with other root vegetables. Parsnips can also be thinly sliced and fried to make delicious chips or crisps.

    Can be delivered from: late April to July


  • planter-salad2

    Cut & Come Again Salad Planter

    £39.99
    (50 Plants)

    Enjoy picking delicious salad leaves in just a few weeks
    This lovely, wooden planter will arrive with everything that’s needed to create an easy-to-grow salad patch that will provide tasty leaves throughout the summer. Simply add water to the peat free organic coir compost block and mix with the organic plant nutrients provided. Then pop in your organic plants. Pick the outer leaves regularly to add to salads.

    This planter can easily be placed on a patio or decking area.

    Includes the following:

    • Wooden planter
    • Peat-free, organic coir compost block
    • Bag of organic plant nutrient
    • Water permeable membrane
    • Planting instructions
    • 50 x organic cut and come again salad plants

    Planter Dimensions: 79cm x 52cm x 15cm

    Can be delivered from: Late April to August


  • Deutzia-Strawberry-Fields

    Deutzia Strawberry Fields

    £13.99

    Pot Size: 2.5L
    Position: Sun or part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Medium
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Pink
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 1.5m
    Eventual Spread: 1m
    Garden Care: Lightly prune after flowering to maintain the shape of your plant. Long summer growth can be pruned back in autumn. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    This easy to grow shrub will attract attention when it’s covered in bright flowers in early summer. The neat, upright shape makes it ideal for the back of a border and the leaves change colour to yellow in the autumn before falling for the winter. Unusual but easy to grow, this one makes a great present for a gardener!


  • Euonymus fortunei Emerald Gaiety

    Euonymus fortunei Emerald Gaiety

    £8.99

    Pot Size: 1.5L
    Position: Sun or part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Slow
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 30cm
    Eventual Spread: 60cm
    Garden Care: Trim any straggly shoots in summer to keep in shape. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost. Plants in pots should be grown in John Innes No 3 potting compost and fed weekly through the growing season with a liquid fertiliser.

    It has brightly coloured leaves which change through the year with purple tints through winter, and pale green and white fresh growth in the spring. Makes a low growing mat of ground cover that’s ideal for shady places under trees or deciduous shrubs. Can also be used as a slow growing climber on a shady wall.


  • Forsythia-Lynwood

    Forsythia x intermedia Lynwood

    £13.99

    Pot Size: 3L
    Position: Sun or part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Medium
    Flowering Period: Spring
    Flower Colour: Yellow
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 1.8m
    Eventual Spread: 1.2m
    Garden Care: Prune some of the old branches to the ground after they have flowered if needs be. This will encourage new ones that will flower in subsequent years. Prune upright shoots by half in summer to shape your plant. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    One of the first shrubs to flower and a lovely fanfare for spring after the winter months. Upright branches are festooned in bright flowers before the leaves appear, cheating any frosts and looking great in a vase as well as at the back of a border or as an informal hedge. The pale green leaves change colour to yellow in autumn before falling for the winter. Easy to grow and a stalwart of the shrubbery.


  • frills mustard

    Frills Mustard

    £3.99
    (10 Plants)

    This is a fab addition to the veg garden.
    Providing you with loads of lovely leaves that’ll add real flavour to your salads. Frills mustard is easy to grow and if you keep picking off the leaves it will keep producing more for you to enjoy.

    Number of plants: 10

    Can be grown in: Raised beds or pots. Find out more about growing these in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: The texture is crunchy yet tender with a robust mustard flavour and mild sweet and spicy pepper-like finish. The young leaves are mild and best used raw in a salad, but more mature leaves stand up well to a light sauté or braise.

    Can be delivered from: Late April to July. These plants will arrive bare-rooted with an approximate height of 5-15cm.


  • Geranium-Patricia

    Geranium Patricia

    £11.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Sun or part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Medium
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Magenta pink
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 75cm
    Eventual Spread: 75cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers and old leaves in the Spring to keep tidy. Feed with a slow release fertiliser every Spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    Border Cranesbills are very versatile plants and this one is no exception. Covered in bright flowers throughout the Summer and handsome leaves that make good ground cover. This plant is great to add to mixed borders or to plant with Roses. Cut it back hard after the flowers have faded and the plant will reward you with more blooms until the Autumn.


  • Geranium-phaeum-album

    Geranium phaeum var. album

    £10.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Medium
    Flowering Period: Late Spring / early Summer
    Flower Colour: White
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 60cm
    Eventual Spread: 45cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers and old leaves in the Spring to keep tidy. Feed with a slow release fertiliser every Spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    One of the first Border Cranesbills to flower, producing clusters of elegant white flowers with swept back petals on tall stems. Tough as old boots, this beautiful plant will tolerate dry shade once established and even grow under deciduous trees. A flower arrangers delight!


  • Hemerocallis-Double-River-Wye

    Hemerocallis Double River Wye

    £8.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Sun or part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Medium
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Yellow
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 60cm
    Eventual Spread: 45cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers and old leaves to keep tidy in spring. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    A real beauty with frilly flowers that appear on and off throughout the summer. Sturdy stems hold the flowers above clumps of arching leaves that spread slowly each year. An unusual Day Lily because of its double flowers but very easy to grow. Great to plant with ornamental grasses for a contemporary look, or mingle with other perennials in a cottage garden.


  • Hemerocallis-Little-Bumble-Bee

    Hemerocallis Little Bumble Bee

    £8.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Sun or part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Medium
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Yellow and brown
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 45cm
    Eventual Spread: 60cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers and old leaves to keep tidy in spring. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    Cream and brown flowers are generously produced in summer above low growing clumps of healthy, deep green leaves. This is a good variety of Day Lily to grow as ground cover at the front of a border where it will need little attention for many years.


  • Hemerocallis-Little-Missy

    Hemerocallis Little Missy

    £8.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Sun
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Slow
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Mauve
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 75cm
    Eventual Spread: 30cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers  and old leaves to keep tidy Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    A lovely Day Lily with ruffled flowers that open flat to reveal their yellow throats. An easy colour to place in the garden and mix with other perennials, especially silvers, greys and blues. Adds an elegant, cottage garden twist to a border.


  • Hemerocallis-Mini-Pearl

    Hemerocallis Mini Pearl

    £8.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Sun
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Slow
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Light orange
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 60cm
    Eventual Spread: 60cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers and old leaves to keep tidy. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    An elegant perennial for the front of a border in sun where it will slowly spread through the ground each year. The large, ruffled flowers open flat and are an unusual colour that’s easy to mix with other cottage garden plants.


  • hundredweight-pumpkin

    Hundredweight Pumpkin

    £5.99
    (5 Plants)

    Can you grow a record breaker?!    
    This variety of pumpkin can produce beautiful round deep orange fruits of up 25kg! To grow these enormous fun fruits, you will need to allow approx. 2m between plants and thin out other fruits as they form. This will allow your larger fruit to obtain all the nutrients and water it needs to grow to this super-size.

    Number of plants: 5

    Variety: Hundredweight (organic)

    Can be grown in: These pumpkins need to be grown outside with plenty of space. Find out more about growing pumpkins in our growing guide below.

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

    Can be delivered from: Late April to July.