#HaveAGrow this Bank holiday weekend! More seedlings out on our stall for you, including ‘House’ tomatoes, French marigolds and basil.

Final few – last chance!

Seed potatoes ‘Swift‘: Easy to grow, fast cropping. Keep well watered. Ideal for containers.


SorrelBelleville‘ – Easy to grow. Lemon-flavoured leaves great to add to salads or use in soups and sauces. Perennial – comes back every year.

Purple Sprouting Broccoli –  Produces repeated harvests of tasty purple or white florets for up to two months., in winter/early spring. Needs protection from garden wildlife.

Kale ‘Red Ursa’: Pretty, frilled variety. Particularly good for winter and spring harvests. Leaves dry well for later use.

Cornflower: Wildflower, great for pollinators.

Comfrey ‘Bocking 14’: Wonderful for pollinators. Deep rooted, pulls up minerals most other plants can’t reach. Leaves concentrate these nutrients and makes a great fertiliser for fruiting plants. Doesn’t self-seed, so non-invasive.

Ones to protect from frost!

Basil: Needs warmth and sunshine. Best indoors or in a greenhouse.

Tomato ‘Tumbling Tom‘ – ideal for hanging baskets and containers.

Chilli ‘Cottonmill‘: Spicy! This variety was given to us by someone from the Bengali community. We don’t know the variety, so we call it ‘Cottonmill’. Easy to save seed.

Squash and beans coming soon!

Indoor Only

‘House’ Tomato: Specially bred to grow happily on a windowsill. Does not like being outside, even in a greenhouse!

French Marigold: Colourful and easy to grow great. A great companion plant for tomatoes.

Seed box

Still plenty of seeds in our seed box for you to #haveagrow with.

Our Stall

Our stall is located at 71 Leyland Avenue

Please walk or cycle if you can.

If you do need to come by car, please respect our neighbours when parking up and please turn off your engine. Thank you!

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