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  • King Edward

    King Edward (Heritage /Maincrop Variety)

    £4.99

  • Pink Fir Apple

    Pink Fir Apple (Heritage 1850’s/Maincrop Variety)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    These tubers are long, narrow and famously knobbly.
    This interesting shaped potato was originally imported into Britain over 160 years ago! It was kept solely by enthusiasts for decades because of its exceptional flavour.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Pink Fir Apple

    Can be grown in: Potatoes need a bit of depth. You can grow them straight in the ground in a raised bed, or in a deep planter. Find out more about growing potatoes in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: These are best boiled and used in salads.

    Can be delivered from: February onwards.

     


  • Highland Burgundy Red

    Highland Burgandy Red (Organic/Heritage/Maincrop Variety)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    A delight in colour and taste
    Dating from 1936 this oval shaped potato was allegedly used to add the perfect colour for a meal for the Duke of Burgundy in the Savoy. This delicious red potato has a medium floury texture with a definite ring of white.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Highland Burgandy Red (Organic)

    Can be grown in: Potatoes need a bit of depth. You can grow them straight in the ground in a raised bed, or in a deep planter. Find out more about growing potatoes in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: Perfect for roasting, making chips, steaming or to create an interesting coloured mash.

    Can be delivered from: February onwards.

     


  • Arran Victory

    Arran Victory (Organic Heritage/Maincrop Variety)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    This potato is worth the wait
    Arran Victory was first grown in 1918 and requires a longer time to produce than more modern varieties. You are rewarded though with beautiful blue, almost purple potatoes. It’s one of only two blue varieties still available for general growing and is still regarded in Scotland as the late season premium potato.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Arran Victory (organic)

    Can be grown in: Potatoes need a bit of depth. You can grow them straight in the ground in a raised bed, or in a deep planter. Find out more about growing potatoes in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: It has excellent flavour and is perfect for producing supreme mash or roast potatoes.

    Can be delivered from: February onwards.

     


  • Maris Peer

    Maris Peer (Organic/Second Early Variety)

    £3.99
    (10 Tubers)

    A trusted favourite
    This amazingly popular variety is widely used for its regular round shape and medium sized potatoes.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Maris Peer (organic)

    Can be grown in: Potatoes need a bit of depth. You can grow them straight in the ground in a raised bed, or in a deep planter. Find out more about growing potatoes in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: This variety has many uses including boiling for salads, steaming and chipping.

    Can be delivered from: February onwards.

     


  • Purple Chokeberry

    Purple Chokeberry

    £6.99
    (1 Plant)

    Super delicious, super healthy – a real super berry
    An attractive easy to grow deciduous shrub producing clusters of purple/black edible berries during the summer followed by beautiful red and yellow autumn foliage. Purple Chokeberry (aronia berry) has been described as one of the most healthiest fruits, high in antioxidants and Vitamin C. It is reported to have 3 times the antioxidants of the Blueberry and has handsome levels of minerals, vitamins, and dietary fibre.

    Number of plants: 1

    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: Delicious in smoothies, added to your cereal or in muffin or pancake batter.

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


  • Kiwi Fruit

    Kiwi Fruit

    £8.99
    (1 Plant)

    A fast growing climber producing delicious fruits
    This is a self-fertile variety that produces both male and female creamy-white flowers. This means only one plant is required to produce delicious kiwi fruit. The kiwi fruit is rich in vitamin C, vitamin E, potassium, dietary fibre and magnesium.

    Number of plants: 1

    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. It is a fast growing climber, which is best grown against a warm, sheltered wall in a sunny spot.

    In the kitchen: Kiwi fruit tastes best raw and is a rich source of Vitamin C. It can be mixed into fruit salads or added to pavlovas.

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


  • Morena Honeyberry

    Morena Honeyberry

    £6.99
    (1 Plant)

    Extremely early ripening, exceptional hardiness and deliciously tasty
    The Honeyberry is actually a species of Honeysuckle with sweet and tasty blueberry like fruits. A native to Eastern Siberia these lovely little plants won’t struggle with even the coldest British winter!

    As honeyberries are not self-fertile two different varieties of honeyberry plants are recommended to aid pollination.

    Number of plants: 1

    Variety: Morena

    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 fruits are very similar to blueberries in taste, look and nutritional value. Enjoy these in a wide array of summery desserts, make a tasty jam or delicious in smoothies.

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


  • Lonicera Kamtschatica Honeyberry

    Lonicera Kamtschatica Honeyberry

    £6.99
    (1 Plant)

    Extremely early ripening, exceptional hardiness and deliciously tasty
    The Honeyberry is actually a species of Honeysuckle with sweet and tasty blueberry like fruits. A native to Eastern Siberia these lovely little plants won’t struggle with even the coldest British winter!

    As honeyberries are not self-fertile two different varieties of honeyberry plants are recommended to aid pollination.

    Number of plants: 1

    Variety: Lonicera Kamtschatica

    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 fruits are very similar to blueberries in taste, look and nutritional value. Enjoy these in a wide array of summery desserts, make a tasty jam or delicious in smoothies.

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


  • Goji Berry

    Goji Berry

    £8.99
    (1 Plant)

    The humble goji berry is a nutritional powerhouse
    These are a fantastically beautiful plant to have in your garden: delicious, nutritious, and easy to grow. They’ll grow in almost any type of soil even if it is poor, as they are used to mountainous regions in the Himalayas.

    Unique among fruits because they contain all essential amino acids, goji berries also have the highest concentration of protein of any fruit. They are loaded with vitamin C, contain more carotenoids than any other food, have 21 trace minerals, and are high in fibre. Boasting 15 times the amount of iron found in spinach, as well as calcium, zinc, selenium and many other important trace minerals.

    Number of plants: 1

    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: The Goji berry is so versatile. Brew them in fresh tea, enjoy them raw, use them in juices and smoothies. Dry them out and add them to your cereals or your flapjack or muffin mixture. Delicious!

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


  • Honeoye Strawberry

    Honeoye Strawberry Runners – Early Summer Fruiting Variety

    £9.99
    (10 Plants)

    A heavy cropping variety with excellent disease resistance
    This is an excellent early variety of strawberry with bright red fruit of superb quality and flavour. Will produce fruit for many seasons to come from June onwards.

    Number of plants: 10

    Variety: Honeoye

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

    In the kitchen: Great picked fresh from the garden 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.


  • fenella-strawberry

    Fenella Strawberry Runners – Late Summer Fruiting Variety

    £9.99
    (10 Plants)

    An excellent sweet flavour with a lovely scent
    The large berries that these fruits produce are beautifully glossy with a red/orange colour. They have an excellent sweet flavour and a lovely scent. These plants will produce strawberries for a number of seasons.

    Number of plants: 10

    Variety: Fenella

    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.


  • strawberry

    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.


  • 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 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 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 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 plants.

     


  • Blackberry

    Blackberry

    £8.99
    (1 Plant)

    Delicious in summer inspired desserts but we bet that you won’t be able resist eating these delightful black beauties straight from the bush
    A combination of high quality fruit, exceptional yields and superb flavour makes this thornless late season variety of blackberry one of the most widely grown in the UK. It is well suited to growing in the UK climate.

    Number of plants: 1

    Variety: Chester

    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: 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 summery desserts.

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


  • Ruby Beauty Raspberry

    Ruby Beauty Raspberry Canes

    £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

    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: Late November to April. This plant will arrive dormant in a 9cm pot. 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

    £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

    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: 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.


  • red-pearl-lingonberry

    Red Pearl Lingonberry Bush

    £9.99
    (1 Plant)

    A hardy, disease resistant bush
    A beautiful evergreen which is native to Britain and produces bright red, tart and juicy berries.

    Number of plants: 1

    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: 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: Late November to April. This plant will arrive dormant in a 9cm pot. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants.


  • Ribes nigrum Josta

    Jostaberry Bush

    £7.99
    (1 Plant)

    This unusual plant is a blackcurrant and gooseberry hybrid
    Jostaberry produces fruit that looks very similar to a blackcurrant, but twice the size and with a unique flavour. The jostaberry is a thornless bush that is heavy yielding and mildew resistant.

    Number of plants: 1

    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: Delicious used in jams, smoothies, juices and summery desserts such as eton mess or summer pudding.

    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.


  • cranberry

    Vaccinium Macrocarpon Cranberry Bush

    £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

    Variety: Vaccinium Macrocarpon

    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: 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: Late November to April. This plant will arrive dormant in a 9cm pot. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants.


  • 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

    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.

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


  • Oregano

    Oregano

    £5.99
    (3 Plants)

    Delicious in smell and taste, a delightful addition to the garden.
    With its lovely bright green leaves and aroma, oregano is a very attractive plant for the garden.

    Number of plants: 3

    Variety: Greek (organic)

    Can be grown in: Planting in a pot that you can put outside in the summer and inside in the winter works wonders! Find out more in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: With a warm aroma, oregano goes particularly well with tomatoes, aubergine and lamb and is generally added just at the end of cooking, so that it retains its pungency. It it a popular addition to many Italian and Greek dishes.

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


  • Greek Basil

    Greek Basil

    £5.99
    (3 Plants)

    The leaves on Greek Basil may be small but its flavour is big and bold!
    Greek Basil has a very tight compact growing habit and forms a perfectly spherical bush with tiny leaves appearing as though having been pruned.

    Number of plants: 3

    Variety: Greek Basil (organic)

    Great for protecting your tomatoes, chillies and aubergines!

    Can be grown in: Pots are ideal for growing basil in. Find out more in our growing guide below.

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

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