Seed Potatoes and Vegetable Seeds

Seed Potatoes

We have just got in some new stock of a variety of Seed Potatoes. Seed Potatoes are very easy to grow, sow as early as February and harvest tasty new potatoes as early as May. The full stock range we have is Shape express, Red Duke of York, British Queens, Records, King Edwards, Kerrs Pink, Charlotte, Golden Wonder, Cara, Rooster, Home Guard, Orla, Pentland Javelin,Sarpo Mira and Pink Fir Apples. Here are a selection of a few Seed potatoes we stock. 

Duke of York

product_6407_1 A good old-fashioned heritage variety with a fantastic flavour.

An excellent all-rounder in the kitchen with a superb flavour and texture when freshly dug. They make a great potato salad with the skins left on.

First Early Seed Potatoes are very easy to grow, sow as early as February through to April and harvest tasty new potatoes from May to June!

 

 Home Guard

product_7781Don’t panic! This is the potato that fed Britain in World War 2. A reliable and tasty Heritage variety, a great all-rounder that is perfect for growing at home.

Second Early seed potatoes are very easy to grow, plant the tubers from March through to May and harvest from June to July or earlier for new potatoes.

 

 

 Records

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Excellent for home growing. The tubers have a a good dry texture that makes them the perfect potatoes for roasting or frying as chips and crisps.

Main Crop seed potatoes are very easy to grow, plant the tubers from March through to May and harvest the potatoes from September through to November.

 

 

 Kerrs Pink

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High-yielding variety producing pink potatoes with good flavour and texture. They make a fantastic, soft mash when boiled and also make lovely, fluffy jacket potatoes.

Main Crop seed potatoes are very easy to grow, plant the tubers from March through to May and harvest the potatoes from July through to October. 

 

 

 Charlotte                              

product_6849One of the best known and loved salad potatoes, producing large crops of long, oval tubers with firm waxy flesh.

It is the quintessential variety for potato salads and has an exquisite flavour whether served hot or cold.

Salad seed potatoes are really easy to grow, plant from March to end of April and harvest from June to July. 

 

 

 King Edward 

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King Edward Probably the most well-known potato on the market. They are excellent for cooking and for flavour. A very versatile potato, ideal for baking and roasting.

Main Crop seed potatoes are very easy to grow, plant the tubers from March through to May and harvest the potatoes from September through to November.

 

 

Vegetable Seeds

Growing your own vegetables couldn’t be easier… and you don’t even need a big garden to grow your own food! Many of our vegetable seeds are suitable for growing in containers. We have a lot of different types in stock here is a selection of a few we stock.   

 Runner Bean ‘Firestorm’

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Ideal For:kitchen garden

Flowering Period: July, August

Sowing Months: April, May, June, July

Position:full sun

                                                                                      

 Pea ‘Oregon Sugar Pod’ (Mangetout)

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Ideal For:kitchen garden

Flowering Period:June, July, August

Sowing Months:March, April, May, June

Position:full sun

 

                                                                                     

 Carrot ‘Resistafly’ F1 Hybrid

Carrot

 

Ideal For:kitchen garden

Sowing Months:April, May, June

Position:full sun

 

 

                                                                                 

 Lettuce ‘Ultimate Mixed’

Lettuce

 

Ideal For:kitchen garden

Sowing Months:March, April, May, June, July, August

Position:sun or semi shade

 

 

                                                                                       

 Sweet Pepper ‘Mini Bell Mixed’

Pepper

Ideal For:patio, kitchen garden, greenhouse, conservatory

Flowering Period:June, July, August, September

Sowing Months:March, April

Position:full sun

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