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  • Elsanta Strawberry Plants - Mid Summer Fruiting Variety

    Elsanta Strawberry Runners – Mid Summer Fruiting Variety

    £9.99
    (10 Plants)

    A popular variety producing large sweet strawberries  
    This is the most widely grown strawberry in the UK due to its heavy cropping and large fruits which are firm and have a fantastic sweet flavour. Elsanta strawberries have a good storage life and are less prone to bruising than many varieties.  These plants will produce strawberries for a number of seasons.

    Number of plants: 10

    Variety: Elsanta

    Can be grown in: Plant in the garden, containers, window boxes or grow bags.

    In the kitchen: Delicious picked fresh from the garden and served with lashings of Cornish clotted cream! Yummy yummy yummy!

    Can be delivered from: Late November to April. This plant will arrive bare-rooted and dormant. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plant.


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    Cambridge Favourite Strawberry Runners – Mid Summer Fruiting Variety

    £9.99
    (10 Plants)

    A superb variety, reliable and tolerant
    This is an amazingly popular mid-season variety of strawberry, which will produce a crop of juicy red fruits bursting with excellent flavour. This superb variety is reliable and tolerant of most situations.

    Number of plants: 10

    Variety: Cambridge Favourite

    Can be grown in: Plant in the garden, containers, window boxes or grow bags.

    In the kitchen: Delicious picked fresh from the garden and served with lashings of Cornish clotted cream! Yummy yummy yummy!

    Can be delivered from: Late November to April. This plant will arrive bare-rooted and dormant. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plant.


  • Symphony Strawberry

    Symphony Strawberry Runners – Late Summer Fruiting Variety

    £9.99
    (10 Plants)

    This is an excellent late season variety
    Producing juicy red strawberries of superb quality and flavour, this late season variety seems to excel in damper conditions. A prolific cropper with exceptional pest and disease resistance.

    Number of plants: 10

    Variety: Symphony

    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: Great picked fresh from the garden and served with lashings of Cornish clotted cream! Yummy yummy yummy!

    Can be delivered from: Nov to Mar


  • Three Organic Rhubarb Crowns

    Three Rhubarb Crowns

    £12.99
    (3 Plants)

    Nice and easy to grow, very reliable and completely scrumptious
    This perennial vegetable provides the first ‘fruit’ of the season. Rhubarb is reliable to grow, even in poor soil although it responds really well to rich, well drained conditions and annual autumn manuring which’ll give you large crops of tender juicy stems, delicious for cooking with.

    Number of plants: 3

    Variety: Victoria

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

    In the kitchen: Good for so much more than crumble. Try making a delicious rhubarb cheesecake, tart, pie, fool, Eton Mess and even chutney.

    Can be delivered from: Late April onwards.

    We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants.

     


  • One Organic Rhubarb Crown

    One Rhubarb Crown

    £4.99
    (1 Plant)

    Nice and easy to grow, very reliable and completely scrumptious
    This perennial vegetable provides the first ‘fruit’ of the season. Rhubarb is reliable to grow, even in poor soil although it responds really well to rich, well drained conditions and annual autumn manuring which will give you large crops of tender juicy stems, delicious for cooking with.

    Number of plants: 1

    Variety: Victoria

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

    In the kitchen: Good for so much more than crumble. Try making a delicious rhubarb cheesecake, tart, pie, fool, Eton Mess and even chutney.

    Can be delivered from: Late April onwards.

    We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants.

     


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    Redcurrant Bush – Bare Rooted

    £7.99
    (1 Plant)

    These berries not only look lovely but taste fantastic
    This bright and juicy berry is an extremely heavy cropper with an excellent taste. Like gooseberries and blackcurrants, redcurrants develop a permanent framework of shoots so can be grown as fans, espaliers, cordons, standards, as well as bushes.

    Number of plants: 1 (bare rooted)

    Variety: Jonker van Tets

    Planting & growing tips: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself. You will receive a growing guide with your plant.

    Ready to harvest: Jun/Jul

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

    Can be delivered from: Nov-Mar


  • Blackcurrant Bush

    Blackcurrant Bush – Bare Rooted

    £7.99
    (1 Plant)

    Rich in Vitamin C with a sweet aftertaste
    This is one of the most popular varieties of blackcurrant grown in the UK and requires minimum pruning between seasons. It is well suited to colder climates and frost pockets. It also has Mildew resistance making it a very hardy plant.

    Flowering in early May, the crop is ripe by the last week of July making it a mid-season variety. These plants produce heavy clusters of large berries along the stems.

    Number of plants: 1 (bare roooted)

    Variety: Ben Lomond

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

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

    Can be delivered from: Late April onwards. This plant will arrive in 2 litre pot. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plant.


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    Whitecurrant – Bare Rooted

    £7.99
    (1 Plant)

    The bush is strong, vigorous and very reliable.
    This is a very popular whitecurrant variety producing heavy crops of large, sweet, pale yellow berries. The super healthy fruits look beautiful mixed in a dish with other berries. Fruits ripens from early July.

    Number of plants: 1 (bare rooted)

    Variety: White Versailles

    Planting & growing tips: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.  We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plant.

    Ready to harvest: Jul/Aug

    In the kitchen: These berries are perfect to use in sauces, smoothies, jams, jellies, and pies.

    Can be delivered from: Nov-Mar


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    Pinkcurrant – Bare Rooted

    £7.99
    (1 Plant)

    Pretty in pink with a wonderful 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 avour. Fruits ripen from mid July.

    Number of plants: 1 (bare rooted)

    Variety: Gloire de Sablon

    Planting & growing tips: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plant.

    Ready to harvest: Mid July

    In the kitchen: Perfect berries for preserves and summery desserts. One of our favourites is a lovely pink currant and meringue pie!

    Can be delivered from: Nov-Mar


  • Hinnonmaki Red Gooseberry

    Hinnonmaki Red Gooseberry – Bare Rooted

    £7.99
    (1 Plant)

    A strong but slow growing variety so perfect for smaller gardens
    This is a hardy and vigorous fruiting mid-season red gooseberry which reliably produces heavy crops of large, sweet, red berries. It is particularly resistant to mildew making it ideal for organic growing and a good choice if you’re new to growing fruit.

    Number of plants: 1 (bare rooted)

    Variety: Hinnonmaki Red

    Planting & growing tips: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

    Ready to harvest: July/Aug

    In the kitchen: Delicious in summery desserts. Try making a gooseberry fool with these delights, or perhaps a gooseberry jam. With their fragrant acidity, gooseberries make a lovely sauce for meat also – try with roast pork or pork chops.

    Can be delivered from: Nov-Mar.


  • Invicta Gooseberry Bush

    Invicta Gooseberry Bush – Bare Rooted

    £7.99
    (1 Plant)

    These young gooseberry bushes are really easy to grow, but watch out for the spikes!

    You won’t find a better cropping gooseberry bush than this one! It’ll grow to just over a metre big, so leave it plenty of space when planting and choose a nice sunny spot. Once established will be harvestable in July and will provide you with delicious fruits for years to come.

    Number of plants: 1 (bare rooted)

    Variety: Invicta

    Planting & growing tips: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself. You will receive a growing guide with your plant.

    Ready to harvest: July

    In the kitchen: Perfect berries for preserves and desserts. With their fragrant acidity, gooseberries make a lovely sauce for meat also – try with roast pork or pork chops.

    Can be delivered from: Nov-Mar.


  • Chandler Blueberry

    Chandler Blueberry Plant – Potted

    £8.99
    (1 Plant)

    High yields of large fruits bursting with the most delicious flavour
    This hardy variety of Blueberry will provide you with a wealth of big juicy fruits that are simply bursting with the most delicious flavour. This Blueberry bush will produce fruits for around 6 weeks over the summer through July and August. And when it’s not producing blueberries, the bush bares masses of sweetly scented creamy white flowers in spring, and fiery crimson foliage in the Autumn. It’s a good option for smaller gardens as it’s not as big as other varieties and is self-pollinating so you only need one plant for a crop.

    Number of plants: 1 (potted)

    Variety: Chandler (self-pollinating)

    Planting & growing tips: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself. You will receive a growing guide with your plant.

    Ready to harvest: July/Aug

    In the kitchen: Blueberries are an incredibly healthy fruit. So it’s a happy coincidence that there are also incredibly tasty and versatile too. Can be used in a wide array of summery desserts. Delicious with pancakes, in muffins, or smoothies. This variety is also very good for freezing.

    Delivery: Nov-Mar. This plant will arrive in a 9cm pot.


  • Brigitta Blueberry Plant

    Sunshine Blue Blueberry Plant – Potted

    £8.99
    (1 Plant)

    A good choice for pots
    This hardy variety of blueberry will provide you with lovely firm, light blue, tasty berries with a crisp texture. If you’re growing in pots, then this is a great choice as it’s a compact variety that crops well. It’s self pollinating too, so you only need one plant. It is a thirsty bush, so give it plenty of water.

    Number of plants: 1 (potted)

    Variety: Sunshine Blue

    Planting & growing tips: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself. You will receive a full growing guide with your plant.

    Ready to harvest: End Jul-Aug

    In the kitchen: Blueberries are an incredibly healthy fruit. So it’s a happy coincidence that there are also incredibly tasty and versatile too. Can be used in a wide array of summery desserts. Delicious with pancakes, in muffins, or smoothies. This variety is also very good for freezing.

    Can be delivered from: Nov-Mar. This plant will arrive in a 9cm pot.

     


  • Tayberry Plant

    Tayberry Plant – Potted

    £9.99
    (1 Plant)

    Thornless, quick to establish and easy to grow
    A Tayberry is a hybrid plant which is a cross between a loganberry and a black raspberry. This variety produces large, delicious fruits which can be up to 5cm long. These tasty fruits are best picked when they have changed from red to deep purple.

    Number of plants: 1 (potted)

    Variety: Buckingham

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

    In the kitchen: Treat Tayberrys as you would blackberries and raspberries. They work well in dishes such as pies, crumbles, summer pudding or used to make a fruit sauce, jam, ice cream or sorbet.

    Can be delivered from: Nov to Mar. This plant will arrive in 9 cm pot. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plant.


  • Blackberry

    Blackberry – Potted

    £8.99
    (1 Plant)

    Thorn-free blackberry picking!
    You’ll get a lovely long harvest during early autumn from this variety, and it’s thornless too which is an added bonus. The berries are very sweet, and medium sized whilst the canes can grow quite large if left to their own devices.

    Number of plants: 1 (potted)

    Variety: Chester

    Planting & growing tips: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself. You’ll receive a full growing guide with your plant.

    Ready to harvest: Aug-Mid Oct

    In the kitchen: If you can resist eating these black beauty’s as you pick them from your garden then they work wonderfully in a wide array of summer desserts such as a delicious Crumble, or in an Eton Mess or perhaps as an accompanying coulis to other desserts.

    Can be delivered from: Nov-Mar. This plant will arrive in a 9cm pot.


  • Autumn Bliss Raspberry Canes

    Autumn Bliss Raspberry Canes – Bare Rooted

    £9.99
    (5 Plants)

    One of the best and most reliable autumn fruiting varieties, producing a heavy crop of large, attractive red berries
    This autumn-fruiting primocane raspberry produces heavy crops of large, delicious firm textures berries from August until the winter frosts. The short, sturdy canes of Raspberry ‘Autumn Bliss’ makes them perfect for growing in smaller gardens and containers as they don’t require supports for their stems. An excellent choice for a sheltered sunny spot with well-prepared, moderately fertile, well-drained soil.

    Number of plants: 5 (bare rooted)

    Variety: Autumn Bliss

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

    In the kitchen: These scrumptious sweet raspberries are delicious used in summery puddings such as fruit salad, eton mess or summer pudding. Or use to make yummy jam or in smoothies. These berries are also good for freezing for use on another day.

    Can be delivered from: Nov to Mar

    We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants.


  • Ruby Beauty Raspberry

    Ruby Beauty Raspberry Cane – Potted

    £14.99
    (1 Plant)

    Small in size but big in yields
    Reaching just 1m in height, these compact raspberry canes are perfect for growing in containers in smaller gardens or on patios and doesn’t require any supporting stakes. These canes are thornless, early summer croppers and produce beautifully sweet berries. Once established, these plants can produce yields of 1.5kg per plant!

    Number of plants: 1 (potted)

    Variety: Ruby Beauty

    Can be grown in: Perfect for growing in pots or containers.

    In the kitchen: These scrumptious sweet raspberries are delicious used in summery puddings such as a fruit salad, eton mess or summer pudding. Or use to make jam or in smoothies.

    Can be delivered from: Nov to Mar. This plant will arrive in a 9cm pot. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants.


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    Malling Jewel Raspberry Canes – Bare Rooted

    £9.99
    (5 Plants)

    Early fruiting and hardy with good disease tolerance
    This early fruiting variety of floricane raspberry is very hardy once mature, and has a good tolerance to disease. Produces large fruits with a lovely rich red colour and excellent flavour.

    Number of plants: 5 (bare rooted)

    Variety: Malling Jewel

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

    In the kitchen: These delicious sweet raspberries are delicious used in summery puddings such as fruit salads, eton mess or summer pudding. Or use to make yummy jam or in smoothies.

    Can be delivered from: Nov to Mar

    We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants.


  • all-gold-raspberry

    All Gold Raspberry Canes – Bare Rooted

    £9.99
    (5 Plants)

    A sweet, late season treat
    This variety of raspberry is a similar to the Autumn Bliss, but produces large yellow fruits with an amazingly sweet flavour. The delicious, late season fruits can be harvested from late August until mid-October. These tall primocanes are perfect for smaller gardens as they can be grown in a large container to make an attractive feature on the patio.

    Number of plants: 5 (bare rooted)

    Variety: All Gold

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

    In the kitchen: These delicious sweet raspberries are delicious used in summery puddings such as fruit salads, eton mess or summer pudding. Or use to make yummy jam or in smoothies.

    Can be delivered from: Nov to Mar

    We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants.


  • pink lemonade blueberry

    Pink Lemonade Blueberry – Potted

    £9.99
    (1 Plant)

    Pretty in pink!
    Providing year round colour and interest in your garden, this self-fertile variety of blueberry produces unusual pink fruits with a lovely sweet flavour.

    The pink-white, bell shaped flowers provide plenty of spring interest, followed by pale green fruits in summer, which quickly become dappled with pale pink and finally ripen to a deep glossy pink colour. As the autumn approaches, the leaves turn bright orange, fading to deep red, before falling to reveal an attractive framework of dusky red-brown winter branches.

    Number of plants: 1 (potted)

    Variety: Pink Lemonade

    Planting & growing tips: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself. You will receive a full growing guide with your plant.

    Ready to harvest: Aug-Mid-Sept

    In the kitchen: These little berries are delicious in summery desserts such as eton mess or summers pudding and never fail to attract lots of interest. They are sweeter than traditional blueberries.

    Can be delivered from: Nov-Mar. This plant will arrive in a 9cm pot.


  • red-pearl-lingonberry

    Red Pearl Lingonberry Bush – Potted

    £9.99
    (1 Plant)

    A hardy, disease resistant bush

    his is a beautiful evergreen which is native to Britain and produces bright red, tart and juicy berries. It’s a very hardy and disease resistant bush that grows well in shade. De nitely one to try!

    Number of plants: 1 (potted)

    Planting & growing tips: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants.

    Ready to harvest: Aug-mid Sept

    In the kitchen: Lingonberries are very similar to cranberry. They make a delicious jam. You can also use them in summery desserts such as summer pudding. Try making lingonberry juice.

    Can be delivered from: Nov-Mar. This plant will arrive in a 9cm pot.


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    Vaccinium Macrocarpon Cranberry Bush – Potted

    £9.99
    (1 Plant)

    A reliable grower with good frost and disease resistance
    This is the most widely grown variety of cranberry as it is well known for its reliability and resistance to frost and diseases. It’s a self-fertile variety producing beautiful deep red fruits with a lovely tangy flavour.

    Number of plants: 1 (potted)

    Variety: Vaccinium Macrocarpon

    Planting & growing tips: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself. You will receive a growing guide with your plant.

    Ready to harvest: Aug-Mid Sept

    In the kitchen: Cranberries come into their own around Christmas but are good for much more than accompanying the turkey. Their sour flavour lends itself well to both sweet and savoury dishes, as well as in smoothies, juices and cocktails.

    Can be delivered from: Nov-Mar. This plant will arrive in a 9cm pot.


  • vietnamese coriander

    Vietnamese Coriander

    £5.99
    (3 Plants)

    Striking in appearance with a punchy tasty flavour
    The top of the leaf is dark green, with chestnut-coloured spots, and the bottom of the leaf is burgundy red. This is a popular herb in Asian cooking. It’s very punchy in flavour and has quite a striking look. It’s a great alternative to traditional coriander that we’re so used to, the flavour is stronger and it’s less prone to bolting.

    Number of plants: 3

    Organic*

    Can be grown in: Pots work well, but make sure they are deep as coriander likes to put down good roots. A raised bed would be good as well. Find out more in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: Young leaves are delicious chopped fresh in salads. Use in stir fries and curries, added towards the end of cooking time to retain the subtle flavours. It works wonderfully as a flavouring alongside lime, chilli and lemon grass.

    Delivery: Late August to October. These plants will arrive in 9cm pots.

    Ready to harvest: March to October

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.


  • Chocolate Mint

    Chocolate Mint

    £5.99
    (3 Plants)

    An absolute delight for chocolate lovers
    Producing pretty brown/purple leaves with a wonderfully minty chocolate taste and fragrance.

    Number of plants: 3

    Variety: Chocolate (organic*)

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

    Can be grown in: Pots, containers or planting in a bucket in the ground. Find out more in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: Wonderful used in summery drinks, desserts, with fresh fruit or to make fresh mint tea.

    Delivery: Late August to October. These plants will arrive in 9cm pots.

    Ready to harvest: March to October

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.