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50 onion sets
Mild flavour. Good for storing.
Good resistance to bolting.
Autumn planting for early harvest.
High yielding variety and good for storing. Plant in Spring.
White flesh with red rings. Great for Salads. Plant in Spring.
Stur BC 20
Late season harvest with long storage life. Plant in Spring.
A favourite which can be planted early. Plant in Spring.
One of the earliest varieties. Excellent skin quality. Plant in Spring.
Cara, Basic Seed Potatoes
High yielding. Good all round disease resistance.
Plant March onwards. Harvest Sept/Oct.
Boil, Bake, Mash, Chip, Roast.
Carolus, Main Crop Seed Potatoes
10 seed potatoes
Main Crop, Excellent blight resistant potato.
Parti-coloured oval. Great for boiling mashing and roasting.
Charlotte, Second Early Seed Potatoes
Popular Salad variety with a hint of chestnut flavour.
Plant March onwards. Harvest July/September.
Salad, Boil, Roast.
Desiree, Main Crop Seed Potatoes
Drought resistant, high-yielding popular red.
Estima, Second Early seed potatoes
Slug resistant, high yielding. Good all rounder.
Salad, Boil, Bake, Mash, Chip, Roast.
Kestrel, Second Early seed potatoes
Maris Bard, Basic Seed Potatoes
Salad, Boil, Chip.
Maris Piper, Basic Seed Potatoes
Excellent for chips and roasting.
Plant March onwards. Harvest Aug/Sept.
Boil, Mash, Chip, Roast.
Pentland Javelin, First Early Seed Potato
Heavy crops, suitable for all soils.
Plant March onwards. Harvest June/July.
Pink Fir Apple, Main Crop Seed Potato
Late Salad variety with a nutty flavour.
Asparagus Crowns Pacific Purple
Sweet and tender. Excellent for salads.
Plant Autumn or Spring
Asparagus Crowns Connover’s Colossal
The old favourite. Full flavoured.
Asparagus Crowns Gijnlim
Early Season, High Yielding. Botrytis resistant.
Strong Flavour, Good Storer, Softneck variety.
Plant Autumn or Spring.
Ulster Prince, First Early seed potatoes
Good yields, drought resistant and also resistant to Common Scab.
Salad, Boil & Bake
Rhubarb Timperley Early
1 Timperley Early
Very early Rhubarb - good for forcing.
Blue Shades Collection of Bulbs
Colour themed collection of 40 bulbs.
Assorted shades of blue.
Flowering Height: 8-45cm
Flowering Time: Feb/May
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Pink Shades Collection of Bulbs
Assorted shades of pink.
Flowering Height: 10-45cm
Flowering Time: March/June
White Shades Collection of Bulbs
Assorted shades of white.
Crocus 'Orange Monarch'
The Only Orange Crocus
Orange with purple flame
Flowering Height: 10cmFlowering Time: Feb/MarchRHS Plants for Pollinators
Crocus 'Ruby Giant'
Deep violet blue
Flowering Height: 8cm
Flowering Time: February/March
RHS Plants for Pollinators
Crocus Large Flowering Mix
Mixed Colours, Purple, White, Yellow
Flowering Height: 10cm
Crocus 'Spring Beauty'
Blue, purple flame.
Flowering Time: Feb/March
Dutch Iris Hollandica 'Lion King'
Ideal for Cut Flowers
Flowering Height: 50cm
Flowering Time: June
RHS Award of Garden Merit
Hyacinth 'Delft Blue'
Flowering Height: 25cm.
Flowering Time: January onwards, indoors.
Hyacinth 'Jan Bos'
Flowering Height: 25cm
Flowering Time: March/April
Leichtlinii Alba 'Camassia'
Ideal for borders
Flowering Height: 75cmFlowering Time: May/June
Leichtlinii Caerulea 'Camassia'
Flowering Height: 75cm
Flowering Time: May/June
White perianth, yellow eye rimmed with red.
Flowering Height: 45cm
Flowering Time: May
Narcissus 'Binkie' 2kg
British Grown Daffodils
Cup Matures Lemon To White
Narcissus 'Cornish Gold' 2kg
Very Early Flowering
Flowering Height: 35cmFlowering Time: Jan/March
Narcissus 'Dutch Master' 2kg
Narcissus 'Lotherio' 2kg
Late Flowering Variety
Flowering Height: 30cmFlowering Time: April
Good for Naturalising
Bright blue flowers
Flowering Height: 35cm
Soft Pink Blooms
Flowering Time: April/May
Tulip 'Orange Marmalade’
Viridiflora Tulip with unique colour
Orange with green flame
Flowering Height: 40cmFlowering Time: May
Tulip 'Royal Celebration’
Vanilla with pink blush
Flowering Height: 50cmFlowering Time: May
Tulip Royal Flush
Combination Pack of Tulip Purple Prince & Narcissus Tresamble.
Flowering Height: 40-50cm
Double Flowered Hippeastrum.
Choose from Giant Amadeus, Striped Amadeus, Double King, Amadeus Candy, Splash
Tall & Fragrant
Flowering Height: 20cm
Johnsons Antirrhinum Rust Resistant Mixed
Antirrhinum Rust Resistant Mixed
Bred to have greater resistance to rust and elegant spires of traditional snapdragon flowers in a bright range of colours. Usually grown as an annual.
Approx. 1000 seeds.
Sow Indoors: Jan - MarSow/Plant Outdoors: May - JunFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Oct
Johnsons Aquilegia Biedermeier Mixed
Aquilegia Biedermeier Mixed
Dainty, short spurred, double flowers in a riot of colours rise on short stems from attractively divided blue-green foliage. For mixed borders and containers.
Approx. 100 seeds.
Sow Indoors: Feb - JunSow/Plant Outdoors: Apr - JunFlowers/Harvest: May - Jul
Johnsons Artichoke ‘Green Globe’
Popular variety that produces a high yield of large heads with thick fleshy scales on relatively compact plants. The flower heads also look attractive in the flower garden.
Approx. 50 seeds.
Sow Indoors: Feb - MarSow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - MayFlowers/Harvest: Jul - Oct
Johnsons Black Eyed Susan Sunset Shades
Black Eyed Susan Sunset Shades
A compact climber producing flowers in a range of warm 'sunset' colours. Ideal for patios and as a conservatory plant. Usually grown as an annual.
Approx. 15 seeds
Sow Indoors: Feb - AprSow/Plant Outdoors: May - JunFlowers/Harvest: Jul - Oct
Johnsons Cabbage & Kohl Rabi
Cabbage (Savoy) Vertus
Extra late cropping green Savoy with crinkled leaves and firm rounded heads. Very hardy and reliable variety that you can be harvesting for Christmas dinner.
Approx. 400 seeds.
Sow Indoors: Mar - MayPlant Outside: Apr - JunFlowers/Harvest: Dec - Mar
A reliable, fast maturing, pointed summer cabbage with dense heads and a small core. The tasty leaves can also be harvested early as 'greens'.
Approx. 500 seeds.
Sow Indoors: Mar - MayPlant Outside: Mar - JunFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Sept
Kohl Rabi Ballot F1
Easy to grow, high quality variety with good sized globes of delicately flavoured, succulent flesh. Shows resistance to bolting and stem splitting.
Sow Indoors: Feb - AprPlant Outside: Mar - JulFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Oct
Johnsons Calendula 'Pot Marigold' Nova
Calendula 'Pot Marigold' Nova
Vibrant orange, singly daisy-like flowers above fresh green foliage. Superb grown in drifts, in beds and borders and as a cut flower.
Enough seeds for 120 plants.
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - Jun, Aug - OctFlowers/Harvest: May - Oct
Johnsons Canterbury Bells Cottage Mixed
Canterbury Bells Cottage Mixed
Numerous large spikes of wonderful bell-shaped flowers are produced in early summer. An excellent choice for mixed borders and for cutting.
Approx. 600 seeds.
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Apr - JulFlowers/Harvest: May - Jul
Carrot Autumn King 2
A popular, high yielding maincrop variety with large, long tapering roots with good colour and flavour. Stores well for winter use.
Approx. 2000 seeds.
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - JulFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Nov
Carrot Royal Chantenay 3
A high yielding, delicious, sweet and tender carrot. The conical roots can be grown at close spacing to use as whole baby carrots or left to mature.
Approx. 1500 seeds.
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - JunFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Oct
An excellent late summer to winter crop. High quality roots which are large, smooth and creamy coloured throughout. Delicious grated in salads or as mash.
Approx. 250 Seeds.
Sow Indoors: Mar - AprSow/Plant Outdoors: JunFlowers/Harvest: Aug - Dec
Stocky plants with unusually coloured flowers that mature from a rich burgundy to a mellow bronze-pink. Has Fleuroselect Novelty status.
Enough for 20 plants.
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Apr - MayFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Oct
Cosmos Sensation Mixed
A bright and breezy mixture with large flowers above feathery foliage. Long flowering, it is ideal for borders as well as naturalistic planting schemes.
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Apr - JunFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Oct
Johnsons Delphinium Magic Fountains The Blues
Delphinium Magic Fountains The Blues
Flowering in the first year from an early sowing and then year after year. Spikes are packed with blooms and have a dwarf habit, so may not require staking.
Approx. 40 seeds.
Sow Indoors: Feb - AprSow/Plant Outdoors: May - JulFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Aug
Johnsons Echinacea Bravado
This 'Purple Cone Flower' has architectural cones at the centre of the large heads with full petals. Great for cutting and in the border. Good plant for wildlife.
Sow Indoors: Feb - AprSow/Plant Outdoors: May - JulFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Sept
Johnsons Evening Primrose Silky Orchid
Evening Primrose Silky Orchid
Easy and fast growing with delicately scented white flowers which deepen to rose as they mature. Ideal for beds, borders and in containers.
Approx. 250 seeds.
Sow Indoors: Feb - AprFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Sept
Bunny Tails - Lagurus
Very easy to grow, giving masses of soft 'bunny tails' above dwarf mounds of grass. Beautiful in mixed patio pots and tubs, beds and border edges.
Approx. 150 seeds.
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - MayFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Sept
Neat cushions of fine blue-green leaves topped by upright flowering heads which turn a beautifully contrasting straw-gold as they mature.
Sow Indoors: Feb - MayFlowers/Harvest: May - Aug
Known as Pony Tails for its fine, hair-like foliage which waves in the slightest of breezes. Stylish in large patio pots and the front of borders.
Sow Indoors: Jan - MarFlowers/Harvest: Jul - Oct
An interesting twist on the classic basil, the leaves have a definite lemony tang. Adds wonderful zest to salads, fish dishes and sauces. Highly recommended.
Approx. 300 seeds.
Sow Indoors: All yearSow/Plant Outdoors: May - JunFlowers/Harvest: All year
Basil Red Leaved
Aromatic, deep red-purple leaves, wonderful to add colour to salads, pasta and pizza. A colourful addition to the herb garden or containers.
A delicious addition to potatoes, eggs and fish and an essential ingredient of the classic 'fines herbs'. Easy to grow and perfect for mixed containers.
Sow Indoors: All year roundSow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - JulFlowers/Harvest: All year round
Can be grown in pots or even in the flower border. The mild onion flavour is ideal in salads or added to dairy sauces and in all types of egg dishes. Also makes a great garnish.
Approx. 750 seeds.
Sow Indoors: All yearSow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - MayFlowers/Harvest: All year
Use the leaves to flavour fish, potatoes, sauces and mustards, also great as a decorative garnish. The seeds can be used for pickling and in stews.
Sow Indoors: All year roundSow/Plant Outdoors: May - JunFlowers/Harvest: All year round
A decorative herb with attractive white flowers and a mild garlic flavour which is ideal in salads, stir-fries or finely chopped in cream cheese.
Serve with soups, sauces, in stuffing or with shellfish. Traditionally served with lamb and new potatoes. Add freshly picked leaves to cooling summer drinks.
Approx. 1250 seeds.
Sow Indoors: Mar - JunSow/Plant Outdoors: May - JunFlowers/Harvest: Apr - Nov
Strong aromatic flavour. A traditional ingredient of robust Greek food, popular in dishes such as moussaka, with cheese, fish and for flavouring oils.
Sow Indoors: Mar - May, or all year round for pots indoorsSow/Plant Outdoors: May - JunFlowers/Harvest: All year round
An attractive flat leaved parsley with a strong fresh flavour particularly loved by chefs. Shows tolerance against downy mildew. Sow outside or all year round indoors.
Approx. 500 seeds
Sow Indoors: All yearSow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - JulFlowers/Harvest: All year
A hardy evergreen shrub, the leaves are traditionally used to complement rich meat dishes. Particularly lamb, in stuffings and with many Mediterranean dishes. Provides fresh leaves all year round!
Approx. 75 seeds.
Sow Indoors: Feb - MayFlowers/Harvest: All year
An evergreen shrub, the leaves are a traditional ingredient in stuffing and complement all rich meats as it is said they counteract any fattiness. Provides fresh leaves all year round!
Sow Indoors: Feb - MarSow/Plant Outdoors: Apr - MayFlowers/Harvest: All year
A strong growing type, hardier and easier to grow than French Tarragon but with a less distinct aniseed taste - use in dressings and in poultry or fish dishes.
Approx. 350 seeds.
Sow Indoors: Feb - AprFlowers/Harvest: May - Oct
A hardy shrub, often evergreen, the strong flavour is delicious when combined with all types of robust meat and vegetable dishes.
Sow Indoors: Feb - MayFlowers/Harvest: Mar - Nov
Johnsons Lettuce & Leafy Greens
Very hardy, tightly curled leaves provide tasty winter greens. Vigorous roots resist wind rocking. Baby leaves can also be used raw in salads.
Approx. 250 Seeds.
Sow Indoors: Mar - SeptSow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - MayFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Apr
Kalettes® Mixed F1
Combining the best traits of Brussels sprouts and kale to create a great looking, highly nutritious new culinary variety with a really delicious flavour.
Approx. 25 Seeds.
Sow Indoors: Feb - AprSow/Plant Outdoors: Oct - MarFlowers/Harvest: Oct - Mar
Lettuce All The Year Round
A very popular and versatile 'butterhead' type producing pale green, compact, medium sized heads with excellent flavour. Slow to bolt in hot dry weather.
Approx. 1250 Seeds.
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - AugFlowers/Harvest: May - Oct
Lettuce Iceberg 4
Large tightly packed dense heads of crisp, succulent leaves. This reliable, easy to grow variety is slow to bolt in hot summer weather.
Approx. 1500 Seeds.
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - JulFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Oct
Lettuce Little Gem (Delight)
A top class selection of this popular lettuce with delicious sweet, nutty tasting small leaves and a crisp yellow heart. Perfect for salads and sandwiches.
Approx. 500 Seeds.
Lettuce Mixed Salad Leaves
Grow your own mixed lettuce salad with different leaf shapes, colours, textures and flavours. Individual leaves can be cut as required and more will grow in their place.
Approx. 1200 Seeds.
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - AugFlowers/Harvest: Apr - Oct
Mixed Leaves 'Elegance'
A highly coloured blend with different shades of red and green, this international mix of Oriental and European leaves. Best picked as 'baby' leaves.
Mixed Leaves 'Oriental'
A classic salad with mild, soft leaves and enough heat to add contrast. Harvest baby leaves for salads or mature leaves for authentic stir-fries.
Mixed Leaves 'Suffolk Punch'
For those who like their leaves to pack a bit of a punch! A very attractive blend with varying colours, the taste ranges from mild to very hot.
Mustard Red Frills
Easy and fast growing the baby leaves add colour and heat to salads. Larger leaves become more intense and are a great addition to stir-fries.
Approx. 350 Seeds.
Pak Choi Choko F1
Dark green leaves with tender green stems are easy to grow as baby leaves for salad and mature plants. Fast growing it can be used in many types of dish.
Approx. 175 Seeds.
Sow/Plant Outdoors: May - AugFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Oct
Specifically bred for UK growing conditions, the plants can withstand our changeable weather without bolting prematurely and have great tasting leaves.
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Apr - AugFlowers/Harvest: May - Oct
Rhubarb Chard (Vulcan)
Well established variety, perfect for the flower or vegetable garden. Pick regularly for delicious crops of tender leaves and crisp stems.
Approx. 125 Seeds.
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Apr - JulFlowers/Harvest: Jul - Nov
Lobelia (Trailing) Colour Cascade Mixed
An excellent trailing mixture of rich blooms, which will produce masses of colour over a long period to set off any hanging basket or patio container.
Sow Indoors: Jan - AprSow/Plant Outdoors: May - JunFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Oct
Lobelia String of Pearls
The compact and neat mound forming habit shows off the flowers beautifully. With a full colour range it is perfect for beds, borders and containers.
Approx. 2500 seeds.
Tiger Cross F1
A high quality bush variety which is quick to grow and early to mature. Plants show good resistance to Cucumber Mosaic Virus for reliable, prolific crops of tasty fruit.
Approx. 10 Seeds.
Sow Indoors: Mar - MaySow/Plant Outside: Apr - JunFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Oct
Johnsons Morning Glory Heavenly Blue
Morning Glory Heavenly Blue
Classic trumpet shaped flowers, of almost translucent sky blue, adorn this self supporting climber. Spectacular grown over trellis or fences.
Approx. 45 seeds.
Sow Indoors: Mar - AprSow/Plant Outdoors: May - JunFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Oct
Empress of India
A classic compact variety with single flowers that glow against the background of dark green rounded leaves. Easy to grow in borders or pots.
Approx. 25 seeds.
Sow Indoors: Feb - MarSow/Plant Outdoors: Apr - JunFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Oct
Easy to grow, colourful and bright mixture of predominantly double and semi-double flowers. A great addition to beds, borders and containers.
Approx. 35 seeds.
Johnsons Nicotiana Sensation Mixed
Nicotiana Sensation Mixed
Often called the Tobacco plant, these striking summer border plants, with simple blooms in a range of colours, are fragrant in the evening.
Approx. 2000 seeds.
Sow Indoors: Feb - AprSow/Plant Outdoors: May - JunFlowers/Harvest: Jun - Oct
Johnsons Nigella Musical Prelude
Nigella Musical Prelude
Striking blooms with amazing prominent centres are followed by attractive unusual seed pods. Delightful in borders and as cut flowers.
Approx. 200 seeds.
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - May, Aug - OctFlowers/Harvest: May - Sept
Johnsons Organic Broccoli (Calabrese)
A great tasting traditional Italian variety which is fast maturing so well suited to the UK climate. Produces a central head followed by smaller side shoots.
Sow Indoors: Mar - AprSow/Plant Outdoors: Mr - JunFlowers/Harvest: Aug - Nov