All Vegetable Plants
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Vegetable plants are perfect if you have nowhere to sow seeds and keep the delicate seedlings safe from the elements. Our quality vegetable plants will be delivered at the right time for planting, so all you need to do is prepare your vegetable plot and plant them up! You'll receive detailed growing information to help you get the best results from your home-grown vegetables.
Courgette 'Defender' F1 Hybrid
Cucurbita pepo, Zucchini
Please note: Delivery is subject to plant size, and adverse growing conditions during production may delay despatch schedules.
Culinary note: Courgette flowers are edible.
Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.
Companion planting: Try growing courgettes with Calendula to attract pollinating insects which will in turn pollinate your courgette flowers.
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Runner Bean 'Summer Medley Collection'
Fill your vegetable plot with the vibrant colours of Runner Bean 'Summer Medley' - so attractive they will be equally at home in your flower borders or containers on the patio! This high yielding blend combines three separately packaged, spectacular varieties in red, pink, and white for an impressive display and a long cropping period. This collection comprises; 'Celebration','Lady Di', and 'Desiree'.More info
Broad Bean 'De Monica'
Vicia faba, Fava Beans
Be the first to harvest delicious broad beans! De Monica is the earliest-maturing broad bean variety from a spring sowing, ready to harvest at the same time as autumn variety, Aquadulce. Can also be sown in November. A strong root system and an upright plant habit produce high yields of 15cm (6in) pods with 4-5 large beans per pod.More info
Pumpkin 'Paton Twins Giant'
Cucurbita maximaBeat the records - you'll be in with a chance with these pumpkin plants grown from the seed of a record-breaking pumpkin weighing over 1200lb! Ian Paton and his twin brother Stuart currently hold the record for the heaviest pumpkin grown in the UK with a fruit weighing in at an amazing 1,504lb. So why not try to grow a whopper in your own garden? Maybe you'll smash the British, European or even the World record! Height: 45cm (18"). Spread: 4m (13').
Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.More info
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