We're a bit different from other places you might get seed from.
We also grow these veg for our own use at home, so we really know how they grow & how they taste.
And we only offer what we know is really good, rather than listing lots of different varieties just for the sake of it.
Most importantly, every vegetable here has been chosen - from hundreds of trials - for a particular reason , which we try to explain in the description.
The website is designed and maintained by us personally - so it has been written by gardeners, for gardeners.
We want it to be easy to see what each vegetable does, how it grows, and when to sow it.
We really do hope you enjoy these vegetables as much as we have enjoyed tracking them down and trying them out.
Each and every one has been chosen for its merit in the kitchen as well as the garden.
Our aim is to offer you the very best seed of the best vegetable varieties we can find!
- best wishes for a great season from Ben, Kate, Catherine, Tam & Ian
I really like these folks they tick many great buttons
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A wonderful company I really recommend you visit their site just to look and read and soak up the information
The only reason they do not get the full ten is that they are not certified organic
Living in Anjou , France,
For the many not for the few
I give this seed source 10 out of 10 acorns,
I love their site and can spend hours filling up my basket with just one vegetable!
Not all their seed are organic but the ones that are are labeled as such.
I understand this as i am not a registered organic gardener but grow with out chemicals in the best earth i can possibly make. In the end the seeds that i save from the seeds that I bought will be as organic and some of the best vegetable you can eat but they will still not be registered organic.
With the real seed company you can tell that thir seeds are loved and that’s what makes them healthy and strong.
Looking forward to my 10 varieties of toms!!! This year, and my walking onions are doing well even if I did sit on them before being planted!!!
I got this tall by not having enough crisco in my diet as a kid. This ad looks like it had plenty of shortening: