Growing at home for the freshest flavour
There’s nothing quite like the taste of vegetables and herbs that you’ve grown yourself in your own garden.
Some people love the convenience of young plants that they can bring on at home. To help you do this we grow and sell over 65 varieties of young vegetable plants and 50 types of herbs.
Our growers enjoy the opportunity to personally select the varieties to grow. They choose them for their flavour, crop yield and quality. The plants are grown in packs or individual pots, so you can buy exactly the number of plants you need for your vegetable plot, patio pot, grow bag or even hanging basket.
Over 35 varieties of vegetables are available in packs of 10 plants, including purple sprouting broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, pak choi, beet leaf chard, onions, runner beans, sweetcorn, peas, beetroot, lettuce and salad onions.
Our individual larger potted vegetable plants include your favourite varieties of tomato, peppers and chillies, squash, pumpkins, courgettes, aubergines and cucumbers.
As gardeners ourselves, we love the wonderful scent of the herbs we grow. We have one of the largest selections of herbs in the South West, specially selected for their flavour, aroma and colour. During the spring and summer we stock more than 50 varieties, including several different mints, over 10 types of lavender and over five choices of thyme. Other favourites include oregano, fennel, garlic chives, marjoram, coriander, sage, tarragon and many, many more ‒ our range is always changing and we love to try new varieties, too.
All our herbs are ideal for planting in a herb planter which you’ll find in our selection of garden pots. Keep them in a sunny spot, and you’ll soon have the freshest tasting herbs to use in your kitchen.
Our selection of vegetables and herbs is suitable for any level of gardening experience and perfect for all sizes of garden. We also stock compost, growbags and feeds to help you have a great harvest, as well as a great selection of seeds and growing accessories like propagators for those who want to start growing at an earlier stage.
With expert advice and handy free leaflets always available, this is your chance to enjoy the benefits of growing your own fresh produce.