• Artichoke Green Globe 9cm pot

    The standard green headed variety reaching up to 170cm in height. Attractive large blue thistle like flower heads. Pick heads before flowering. Usually start cropping after two years. Crops for four years.

  • Artichoke Violet de Provence 9cm pot

    A purple globe artichoke, similar to Green Globe in habit but with a finer flavour and attractive large purple thistle-like flower heads.

  • Asparagus F1 Burgundine 2L pot

    A mid-season hybrid purple variety that produces juicy, crunchy, tender stems. The spears contain less ligin than most other varieties making them less stringy. Best enjoyed raw or lightly steamed.

  • Asparagus F1 Gijnlim 2L pot

    Very early cropping (harvest mid March to mid June). Produces top quality, medium thickness spears. Suitable for both white and green production.

  • Asparagus F1 Guelph Equinox 2L pot

    An early and mid-season hybrid variety that performs well when grown outdoors. If grown under protection it performs as an early variety. High quality medium thickness spears. Holds tight tips even under warmer conditions.

  • Aubergine F1 Giotto 9cm pot

    Produces rounded oval fruits of a glossy dark violet colour. The upright foliage aids ventilation - useful when grown under plastic. Good resistance to handling marks and oxidation when cut.

  • Aubergine F1 Minny 9cm pot

    A productive variety that produces an abundance of mini fruit. Intense dark purple skin colour with smooth white flesh. Best harvested when fruit first mature, typically when the size of an egg.

  • Aubergine F1 Moneymaker 9cm pot

    Medium plant height with standard shaped dark fruits. Averaging 100g in weight per fruit. An early maturing variety suited to greenhouse and tunnel production.

  • Beetroot Boston 12-pack

    An excellent improved Boltardy variety. The round roots have a smooth skin and good internal colour and texture. Slow to bolt. Ideal for early and maincrop sowings .

  • Beetroot Chioggia 12-pack

    Traditional Italian globe shaped beetroot with deep pink skin and stripey pink and white flesh with a sweet flavour. Leaves have a mild flavour and can be used in salads or stewed.

  • Beetroot F1 Bettollo 12-pack

    Produces high quality, uniform, round roots with intense colour. Keeps its flavour in storage. Ideal for main and late crops.

  • Beetroot Golden 12-pack

    Attractive globe shaped, orange yellow roots that turn golden yellow when cooked. Sweet taste, fine texture and tender even when large. Light green leaves can be steamed or eaten raw in mixed salads.

  • Blackberry Thornfree

    A very fertile late variety. It blooms from June to August. The flowers are white or pale pink. Harvest in early August to September. It produces big, black, conical-ovular shaped fruit - extremely juicy and tasty. Perfect eaten raw and processed in jams, jellies and preserves.

  • Blackberry Triple Crown

    Triple Crown will bear consistent huge fruit yields year after year. Fruits ripen to a juicy sweet flavour over a 5-week period. The plant is semi-erect and thornless and bears large, flavourful fruit. Strong canes can support many pounds of fruit without trellising.

  • Blackcurrant Baldwins

    Outstanding dessert variety. Bushy, compact plants. Once the main commercial variety. Large crops of large, firm currants are produced for harvesting from early-mid July.

  • Blackcurrant Ben Lomond

    A strong grower producing large fruits of vitamin rich blackcurrants. Self fertile. Mildew resistant.

  • Blackcurrant Ebony

    The sweetest ever blackcurrant! Outstanding dessert variety. Bushy plants have a slightly open, spreading habit which makes harvesting easy as well as adding to this variety's good mildew resistance. Heavy crops of large, firm currants are produced for harvesting from early-mid July.

  • Blackcurrant Titania

    Neat growth habit, high yields. Mid season, large fruit, delicious flavour, crops early July to early August. A great northern variety from Sweden!

  • Blueberry Blue Crop

    A dense upright shrub with arching stems of green leaves, turning red in autumn. Pale pink to white flowers in late spring are followed by edible, sweet blue-black berries. Height 1.5m. Spread 1.5m. Flowers from May to June. Add peat to soil and keep moist.

  • Blueberry Duke

    Duke is one of the heaviest, most consistent producers, often yielding over 20 lbs per bush when mature. A handsome shrub with three seasons of interest. White, pink-tinged spring flowers. Large, light blue summer fruit and vibrant orange and yellow autumn foliage.

  • Blueberry Goldtraube 71

    A dense upright shrub with arching stems of green leaves, turning red in autumn. Pale pink to white flowers in late spring are followed by edible, sweet blue-black berries. Height 1.5m. Spread 1.5m. Flowers from May to June. Add peat to soil and keep moist.

  • Blueberry Hortblue Petite

    An outstanding new variety. The worlds first two-cropping blueberry, producing its first crop in July, followed by a second in September. Perfect for patio containers.

  • Blueberry Jersey

    A mid season fruiting blueberry. White flowers in late spring followed by edible, large, sweet blue-black berries. Heavy cropper. Height 1.5m. Spread 1.5m. Fruits from July to August.

  • Blueberry Northland

    A dense upright shrub with arching stems of green leaves, turning red in autumn. Pale pink to white flowers in late spring are followed by edible, sweet blue-black berries. Height 1.5m. Spread 1.5m. Flowers from May to June. Add peat to soil and keep moist.

  • Blueberry Rancocas

    A dense upright shrub with arching stems of green leaves, turning red in autumn. Pale pink to white flowers in late spring are followed by edible, sweet blue-black berries. Height 1.5m. Spread 1.5m. Flowers from May to June. Add peat to soil and keep moist.

  • Borecole (Kale) Black Magic 9cm pot

    Improved Cavalo Nero Type. A black tuscany type with striking dark , narrow well textured leaves. Slow to bolt and good cold tolerance.

  • Borecole (Kale) Emerald Ice 9cm pot

    Excellent eating qualities. The textured, ruffled, green leaves develop a very striking white centre as they mature. Very sweet flavour coupled with crisp texture. Suitable for multiple cuts. Pick when young or mature.

  • Borecole (Kale) F1 Winterbor 9cm pot

    Dark blue - green finely curled leaves. Medium - tall variety suitable for autumn and winter harvest. Very frost resistant.

  • Borecole (Kale) Midnight Sun 9cm pot

    This attractive kale variety has a deep red textured leaf and a striking pink mid vein running through the leaf. Suitable for multiple cuts. Best suited to baby leaf but also works well as a mature plant.

  • Broad Bean Aquadulce 12-pack

    A very early maturing variety. Very good cold tolerance. Semi compact plants (90cm high) with high yields of pods containing 6-7 white beans per pod.

  • Broad Bean Masterpiece Green Longpod 12-pack

    An early maturing variety that is high yielding. Produces long pods with bright green beans of outstanding flavour. Grows well in most conditions. Height 4'.

  • Broad Bean Robin Hood 12-pack

    A very uniform, compact variety with a neat habit. Ideal for growing in patio containers and smaller gardens. Flavoursome beans are ideal for freezing (wont discolour). Heavy cropper. Ht 30-45cm. RHS AGM.

  • Broad Bean Scorpio 12-pack

    A high yielding variety producing clusters of 4 - 5 pods which are easy to pick. Small to medium tender, succulent white beans with good flavour and texture. Ht 3'

  • Broad Bean The Sutton 12-pack

    Popular dwarf variety. 45cm high. Good yields of 6 - 8 white beans per pod. Ideal for small gardens. A good choice for exposed areas.

  • Broad Bean Witkiem Manita 12-pack

    Produces top quality white beans. Suitable for late sowings in order to extend harvesting period. Plant height 3 ft.

  • Broccoli Cardinal 9cm pot

    A purple sprouting broccoli which produces large deep purple spears with very good flavour. Harvest from mid March through to mid May. Plant 45cm apart.

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