Vegetable Seeds

 

Please feel free to browse our guides to growing various vegetables below

Swede

Swede

Swedes make an excellent high energy winter feed with low production costs.

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Artichoke

Artichoke

The largest of the thistle family, the artichoke is a striking architectural beauty with a wonderful taste.

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Asparagus

Asparagus

Once established, an asparagus bed can produce wonderful succulent spears for up to 20 years.

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Aubergine

Aubergine

The aubergine is a species of nightshade and is botanically classed a berry.

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Beetroot

Beetroot

Beetroot comes in many shapes and colours, red, yellow, white and ringed, and globe, cylindrical or flat.

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Broad Beans

Broad Beans

Broad beans are one of the easiest crops to grow with several varieties that can happily over-winter.

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Brussels Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts are a cultivar in the gemmifera group of cabbages, possibly developed in ancient Rome.

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Cabbage

Cabbage

The Cabbage is probably one of the most commonly eaten vegetables worldwide.

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Cauliflower

Cauliflower

Cauliflower is low in fat and carbohydrates, but high in vitamin C and fibre.

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Courgette

Courgette

The courgette is botanically a fruit, but in culinary context it is treated as a vegetable.

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Maincrop Turnip

Maincrop Turnip

Maincrop Turnips make an excellent quality autumn/winter feed that are quicker to mature than swede.

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Potato

Potato

The potato is the most common home grown vegetable, with a wide range of culinary uses.

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Runner Beans

Runner Beans

Runner Beans are a native plant of tropical America, originally introduced to the UK for the beauty of their flowers.

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