F1 Money maker
Medium plant height with standard dark fruits, averaging 100gms in weight per fruit. An early maturing variety
Beet Leaf Swiss Chard Bright Lights
Celery flavoured stalks and spinach-like leaves for Summer
and Autumn Harvest. A range of colours including white, cream, yellow, orange, pink, lipstick and red. Terrific colour splashes
for use in salad packs, or for growing as large plants. Harvest for leaf and stem production.
A popular variety for early and main crop sowings. Round roots with good internal colouring. Good resistance to bolting.
Beetroot Detroit 2 Crimson Globe
Very good selection of Detroit beetroot, globe shaped roots with good internal colouring-suited
to main crop sowing.
Broad Bean Imperial Long pod
green beans per pod. Very good flavour, high yielding variety.
Broad Bean Bunyards Exhibition
Tall plants producing
good yields. Very reliable performer, with around 5 white beans per pod.
Designed to provide continuous cropping of purple spears from mid-February through to mid-May.
Sprout f1 Bosworth
Second early variety for late Autumn to Christmas production. Excellent holding ability and high yields.
Well-spaced buttons with sweet flavour, suited to picking as required or as complete stalks.
Sprout F1 Maximus
A relatively early variety that can also be sown later for midseason and pre-Christmas harvest. Medium
vigour. Produces a high yield of round, smooth, very dense buttons which are well spaced on the stalk.
Brussels Sprout F1 Trafalgar
A tall variety for the November and December cropping period. Has a strong root system. Medium
sized buttons with an excellent flavour.
Cabbage F1 Duncan
Produces solid hearts
rapidly, and resistant to bolting. For Summer to Autumn greens production.
Cabbage F1 Stanton
Round to flat medium
green variety producing uniform dense heads. Very good cold tolerance and excellent standing ability.
Early ball head cabbage. Good bolting resistance compared with other early types. Round, medium green heads. Harvest
June to August.
Early spring sowing variety; few outer leaves with good sized hearts and a
Cabbage F1 Advantage
A versatile variety suitable for the production of greens and hearted cabbage
throughout the year. Dark green and winter hardy. Harvest June to July
For general purpose
use. Early and compact ball head. Harvest July to September.
Cabbage F1 Rigoletto Savoy
Hybrid, top performing
Savoy- very high quality, with good vigour and uniformity. Dense heads of good colour, good holding ability and very winter-
Cabbage F1 Rovite
A mid-season large headed red cabbage.
Cabbage F1 Ruby Perfection
Easy to grow, maturing
after approximately 80 days. Firm head and strong resistance to cracking. Produces deep dark red heads.
Summer savoy, maturing approximately 90 days after transplanting. Attractive dark green colour.
Late mid-season maturity; round, medium, green heads, densely packed, very compact, resistant to splitting.
Round to oval medium to dark
green heads, late maturing and very winter hardy.
Calabrese F1 Ironman
Excellent quality dome shaped heads with uniform head weight. Harvesting June-
November. Matures after 100-110 days.
Calabrese F1 Marathon
Produces small evenly sized buds with good bud colour, deep well-formed heads
suitable for early, main and late cropping. Tolerant of Downy Mildew. Matures after 75-95 days.
Maturing approximately after 90-100 days, this variety has excellent high domed, dark green heads with a solid stem.
Easy to trim. Tolerant of Downy Mildew. Crops best in Autumn, from a June planting.
Carrots Paris Market Atlas
An improved high quality version of the popular Paris Market type. An early type. An early variety
with superb almost round roots. Excellent colour. Ideal for shallow soils.
Carrots Autumn King 2
Late maturing main
crop variety, with good storage ability. The smooth tapered roots are suitable for slicing. Sow March- August. Harvest June-
Carrots Early Nantes 2
A 2nd early type and main crop (tapered stump)
type, virtually coreless with good texture and flavour.
Cauliflower F1 Graffiti
This stunning purple
coloured cauliflower is a great improvement on the older purple types. The colour intensifies with exposure to light. An open
plant habit should be encouraged in cultivation.
Cauliflower F1 Lazio
A Romanesco variety extended cropping through to December. Good mildew resistance.
Maturity approximately 130 days from transplanting.
Cauliflower F1 Nautilus
Gives high quality, very round, pure white, solid heavy curds. For mid-June-
Cauliflower F1 Navona
A Romanesco cauliflower producing
a uniform crop of dark green, turreted curds with no bracts. It is a vigorous variety with good holding properties.
Cauliflower F1 Celio
Early large framed
Romanesco type. Produces very high quality pinnacle heads in an attracted green.
Cauliflower F1 Freedom
Good quality round white curds. Approximately 70-80 days from transplant to
Robust semi-erect foliage gives attractive appearance and good curd protection.
Top quality, light
skinned variety, with excellent bolting resistance, so it is especially suitable for early cultivation under glass, plastic
and fleece, as well as later, unprotected, field cultivation.
Yellow to green
stalks which, if blocked will self-blanch.
Courgette F1 Eight Ball
A hybrid courgette
variety producing dark green, uniform, round fruits. More even cropping with higher yields than open pollinated round varieties.
Courgette Green Bush
Striped fruits, good uniform stock, well suited to plant sales. Can be picked
as standard sized courgettes, or left to mature into marrows.
Courgette F1 Atena
Good for outdoor
production producing yellow courgettes.
Cucumber F1 Burpless Tasty Green
A popular variety
for outdoor production, dark green medium to long fruits.
Cucumber F1 Femspot
All female flowered, quick, strong grower, earlier than most other cucumbers,
bitter free, ribbed.
Cucumbers F1 Carmen
For Summer and Autumn cropping,
34-40cm long, slightly ribbed, smooth fruit. Resistant to scab and leaf spot, bitter-free, high resistance to powdery Mildew
and partially tolerant to Downy Mildew. All female.
Cucumber F1 Hana
Early and prolific for heated and cold cropping
Dwarf French Bean Purple Queen
As the name suggests, this variety produces slightly curves, long dark purple
pods, which are round in profile. Excellent flavour and string-less. Best picked when pods are young. Turn dark green when
Dwarf French Bean Tendergreen
Pencil podded, brown seeded type, dark green pods 15cm x 12mm, a standard
Dwarf Bean variety.
Dwarf French Bean Stanley
A white flowering, white seeded variety that reliably delivers impressive
yields of top quality beans. Medium green pods, 14cmx10cm in size. Suitable for early and late sowings.
Dwarf French Bean Voltage
Produces round pods, 6-8mm in diameter and 12cm in length, with attractive golden yellow pods.
Slow growing variety and a late cropper. Good upright plant habit, 50cm in height.
Long round pod, approximately 20cm x 7-9mm, bright green, black seeded variety. String-less with good flavour.
Hot pepper F1 Apache
A dwarf, chilli type pepper producing good yields on compact plants.
Hot Pepper F1 Basket of Fire
A compact semi-trailing plant that produces a prolific crop of small, hot fruits. The fruits mature
form deep purple to cream, to orange and then to red at maturity. Ideal for containers and baskets.
Pepper Cayenne Red
A hot, pungent pepper with long, thin fruits maturing from green to red.
Hot Pepper Cayenne
A hot pungent pepper with long fruits maturing from green to golden yellow.
Hot Pepper Jalapeno
A very hot pepper (used for hot
pepper eating contests in the U.S.A.!) extremely pungent plants reach up to 1 meter under cover. High yielding.
Pepper, Long Red Cayenne Pepper
Very hot red chilli- use fresh or dried in many culinary dishes.
Hot Pepper Cheyenne
A compact Chilli
pepper 45cm in height with medium sized, orange fruits. Ideal for patio’s and windowsills.
Pepper F1 Super Chilli
A hybrid small fruited Thai type, with upward pointing fruits. Attractive 8cm long fruits on a
compact plant, typically 30-45cm high fruits turn from green to red. Very hot.
Hot Pepper Bulgarian
This variety may look a baby carrot but be warned it can be very hot. Produces a very high yield of bright orange peppers,
up to 10cm in length. Compact plant really suited to containers.
Hot Pepper Scotch Bonnet Red
type pepper. Very hot with Strong pungency.
Tall, erect plant producing high
quality heads, very strong, dark in colour. Extremely hardy. Performing well in exposed areas.
Musselburgh is a
proven performer and still takes some beating as a winter leek. An exceptionally hardy variety, very reliable and heavy cropping.
An early Swiss giant variety with long shaft and erect foliage. Features good base and some rust resistance. Good storage
characteristics. Suitable for baby leek production.
Lettuce Mixed Leaves
Cut and come again.
One of the best small cos varieties
currently available, with good green colour and sweet flavour. Suitable for production throughout the spring, summer and autumn.
A very attractive red Little Gem type, with dark red outer leaves and green hearts. Suitable for spring,
summer & autumn production.
Lettuce Saladin (Iceberg)
Standard crisp head
variety, large dark green heads, fairly dense. Very good holding ability.
A quick maturing, compact small Cos type with tight hearts. Especially suited to small pots. Very sweet flavour.
Krista (Lolla Bionda)
Open leaved lettuce, like Lolla Rossa in habit and cropping but with attractive pale green curled
Lettuce Matador (Lolla Rossa)
red tinged leaves with waved and serrated edges.
Lettuce Paris Island Cos
type but with a pale green heart. Crisp texture and sweet flavour. Medium to large sized heads.
Marrow F1 Bush Baby
A baby marrow variety bred to satisfy market demands for a smaller marrow. Grows to approximately
three quarters the size of a standard variety. Suitable for field and container production. Produces a high yield per plant.
Marrow F1 Tiger Cross
Bush type, very high yielding with top quality fruits. Uniform and attractive
with well- marked stripes and good deep colour.
An open pollinated
variety producing small, broad, oval fruits, green skinned with yellow flesh.
Mixture of various baby leaf types. All feature excellent colour and texture. High levels of mildew resistance.
Oriental Baby Leaf Essential Mix
A range of mixes that can be used for cut leaf production, or for use as growing salads when planted
in containers. The varieties are matched so that leaf development and flavours complement each other. This mix includes the
varieties from all our other mixes, including Mizuna, Komatsuna, Tatsoi, Red Giant Mustard and Red Russian Kale, plus additional
lettuce, endive and radicchio varieties.
Pak Choi Summer
A heat tolerant variety which is suitable for UK summers as well as autumn production that will resist bolting too early.
Market standard variety, extremely high marketable yield or large roots with very good canker resistance. Roots have
a shallow crown to reduce wastage.
Pea Tommy (semi-leafless)
variety (45cm) for early and late production. Good cold tolerance. Pointed, straight pod 8cm long, 7-8 peas per pod.
Second early main crop variety, wrinkle-seeded, with 6-8 peas per well- filled pod. Heavy cropping dwarf (45cm) variety.
Pepper Bellboy (sweet)
Plants are strong
growing and will yield a heavy crop of well-shaped peppers. These can be eaten when still green or left on the plant to ripen
into a deep red colour.
Pepper Phoebus (sweet)
This is an early
maturing variety with vigorous growth and high yield. It produces uniform blocky fruit that turn from green to yellow at maturity.
A vigorous variety producing a heavy crop of block shaped peppers. The fruit turns from green to red with
maturity. Features a rich lustre and thick crispy flesh.
Pumpkin F1 Early King
Round to slightly
tall pumpkin. Can be left to produce fruits weighing 10-12kg. Bright orange colour. Vine habit. Ideal for a large Halloween
lantern. Tolerant of Powdery Mildew.
Top quality Cherry Belle type,
strong foliage and intense red coloured roots with very little woodiness. Excellent holding ability.
Reselected prize winner type, with straight, long pods, 30-32cm in length. Red flowers with purple seed. Good flavour.
Popular variety, especially with competition growers.
for Summer and Autumn sowings. Attractive dark green colour, rounded leaves. Upright growing for easier harvest. Mildew resistant.
More or less trouble free crop suited to summer and autumn production. Can be overwintered - will last
up to 2 seasons. Use as an alternative ‘cut and come again’ spinach.
North Holland Blood Red Mate
Very versatile, useful not only as salad but also as a bulbing type. Intense red colour.
A very high performing variety. Winter harder. An erect, stiff leaved Lisbon type, developed for spring, late summer
and autumn cropping.
Spring Onion White Lisbon
Standard variety for bulbing
salad onions, which bulks up relatively quickly. Medium green foliage.
One of the first varieties of butternut squash developed for the UK climate. Matures after 105 days, producing 6-7 fruits,
each weighing about 1kg. light tan colour with bright orange flesh and sweet taste.
Award winning variety is substantially earlier than other varieties. Medium sized fruit are tan in colour
and have a blocky shape, with sweet, dark orange flesh. Compact, semi-bush plant produces excellent yields in 82 days.
High sugar acorn
squash with a multicolour flesh. Bush habit plant, very productive.
Squash Pot Uchiki Kuri
Small onion Shaped
fruits orange-red in colour with a golden flesh. Average fruit weight is 1.5kg. Very early to matures with
long shelf life after harvest.
Squash 1 Crown Prince
Grey- skinned variety with bright orange flesh. Excellent culinary variety
weighing on average 3-4kg. Sweet, rich, nutty flavour and the fruits are round and flat in shape.
topped, yellow fleshed variety, medium dry matter, hardy and reliable cropper. A high percentage marketable yield of large,
uniform roots. Resistant to club root and mildew.
Sweetcorn F1 Earliking
An early season variety producing strong stocky plants.
Sweetcorn F1 Golden Fleece
A second early variety with good vigour. Medium sized cobs.
Main season type, very high quality medium long cobs, with
good flavour and sweetness.
A version of Moneymaker. Early cropper with smooth skinned, fleshy fruit. Fruit: red, round and 70-90 grams.
An indeterminate mini plum type,
with oval shaped fruit, with high sugar content. Attractive colour.
An old variety but still as popular as ever. The numerous small fruits have a fine tangy flavour. Fruit:
red, cherry, 14-18 grams.
Tomato F1 Golden Sweet
Grape shaped fruit
with distinctive orange-yellow colour. Good flavour with fine, firm, sweet flesh. Fruit resists cracking. Orange, grape, 12-16
Tomatoe F1 Big Boy
A large ‘beefsteak’
variety with very smooth, rounded fruits, 10-12cm in diameter. Will crop outdoors and under cold glass. Fruit: red, beefsteak,
Tomato F1 Octavio
A vigorous variety that produces
uniform trusses. Firm fruit of excellent quality. Fruit: red, round, 90-100 grams.
Tomato F1 Rosanda
An indeterminate cherry plum
type, with small oval shaped fruits. Vibrant orange, red colour and excellent flavour. Prolific cropper with large trusses.
Fruit: red, cherry plum, 12-16 grams.
Tomato F1 Shirley
Early, short-jointed type with large trusses giving heavy yields of good-shaped
fruits. Fruit: red, round, 70-90 grams.
Tomato F1 Sungold
Small, delicious tasting orange
coloured fruits on long trusses- ideal for salads. Fruits: orange, cherry, 14-18 grams.
F1 Supersweet 100
An early maturing cordon type, which produces a heavy crop of small fruits. Excellent flavour. Fruit:
red, round, 18-25 grams.
Tomato Sweet Aperitif
Cherry tomato with
high yield of cherry sized fruits 10-15g in weight. Bright red with an exceptional flavour, sweet with a refreshing taste.
An early cherry tomato variety, with open plant habit, long trusses and good
fruit setting. Producing nice shaped red fruit 14-16g in weight with good taste and firmness.
Indeterminate type producing uniform round dark fruits with excellent flavour, 2.5cm in diameter which
do not crack.
Tomato Sweet & Neat Lemon Sherbert
Lemon yellow bush
tomato with a good yield. Excellent taste and ideal for containers.
Tomato F1 Tumbler
Bush variety producing up to 2kg of fruit per plant. Ideal for use in hanging baskets (one plant per 12” basket).
Fruit: red, cherry, 12-16 grams.
Tumbling Tomato Yellow
productive variety ideal for baskets and containers. Sweet cherry sized fruits.
Round shaped hybrid Milan type, with purple top and white base. Very smooth skin and easy to clean. Excellent internal
quality, with no hollowness. Suitable for early and main crop growing.
with a delicious pungent flavour. High in vitamin C. crop as baby leaves or allow maturing.