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Onion 'Ailsa Craig' (Giant/show Vegetable) (Seeds) - 1 Packet (250 Seeds)Large globe shaped onions that harbour a mild flavour which is ideal for using raw in dishes, or for cooking. Winter sowing will produce harvests by late summer. Good for storing too. Height: 45cm (18"). Spread: 10cm (4").
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Spring Onion 'Apache' (Red Onion) (Seeds) - 1 Packet (450 Seeds)Superb red salad onion with an intense flavour. Grow as a spring onion or leave to develop into a fully mature bulb onion. Harvest in summer for salads, or in autumn to store. Height: 30cm (12"). Spread: 5cm (2").
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Spring Onion 'White Lisbon' (Seeds) - 1 Packet (550 Seeds)Mild flavoured white spring onion that is quick to mature, taking as litle as 6 weeks from sowing. Ideal eaten raw in salads, or cooked in stir-fries, omelettes and stews. Height: 30cm (12"). Spread: 5cm (2").
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Onion Bedfordshire Champion SeedsFirst rate, all round variety with good flavour. Producing large, rounded, long storing bulbs. Good source of vitamin C.
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Garlic Chives (Seeds) - 1 Packet (80 Seeds)Easy-to-grow in pots or the herb garden. This variety of chive has a mild garlic flavour. Chop the grassy foliage for salads, stews, meat and fish. The buds and flowers can be stir fried. Height: 50cm (20"). Spread: 15cm (6...
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Spring Onion 'Winter Hardy' (Seeds) - 1 Packet (500 Seeds)A superb variety that can be harvested most of the year. With a mild crisp flavour and clean, smooth white roots, its an ideal choice for most gardeners. Height: 30cm (12"). Spread: 5cm (2").
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Chinese Chives - Garlic Chives SeedsEasy to grow herb with a subtle garlic flavour. Flower buds as well as the laves are often included in Thai stir-fries and the decorative flowers can be added to salads. Easily grows in pots.
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Onion Japanese Bunching Long White Tokyo SeedsEasy to grow and an essential ingredient in many Asian dishes. The long white non-building stems have a sweet mild flavour and can be eaten raw or cooked. Grow in the garden or containers.
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Onion Rossa Linga Di Firenze SeedsPick young for lightly tinted salad onions. Leave to mature and use as elongated bulbing onions. Good source of vitamin C.
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Hello and welcome.  

In this area you will find all kinds of vegetable plants for sale, home grown vegetables are always fresh and full of flavor.  So why not buy some vegetable seeds and grow your own. If you buy your seeds online it saves the hassle of going out and finding the right ones as we have a lot of seeds for sale, they will be delivered right to your doorstep by our partners. 

There are also many benefits to growing your own vegetable garden seeds. For a start you will save a lot of money with your own vegetable seeds then you would buying them from a supermarket. 

They will be fresh and chemical free, this would also be a great learning opportunity for your children and keep them away from the video games.  Maybe even give them their own little area to take care of on their own.  I can remember my father would let myself and siblings do that, he would grab some vegetable plants for sale and let us plant them and all.

There is plenty of cheap vegetable seeds on this site and a great variety, there is everything from carrot seeds to potato seeds, from brussels sprout to beetroot so what ever seeds  you are looking for you will find here.

Alternatively if you don't have the time or patience to grow your own vegetable seeds we also have vegetable plants for sale.  We have potato's, carrots, garlic, onions and the list go's on.

When you click on a product you will be taken through to one of out vegetable seed suppliers where you can complete your order and have them shipped to an address in which your choose.

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HERB GARDENS TO COMPLEMENT YOUR VEGETABLES

Herb garden designs vary depending on the needs and preferences of their designers. They also differ in regards to their overall purpose. For example, an informal herb garden can be designed alongside vegetables and other flowering plants as well as various shrubs and trees.

How to Design a Herb Garden:

When designing an herb garden, you should consider how it will be used beforehand and plan accordingly. For instance, kitchen gardens should be located near the home for easy access to herbs as needed during harvesting.

The most basic herb garden needs to be located in an area receiving at least 4-6 hours of sunlight. All plants should be easily accessible, especially when used for cooking or dried arrangements.

Generally, herb gardens include an interesting focal point in the center such as a birdbath, fountain, sundial, etc. This also depends on its purpose and your personal taste.

Basic Herb Garden Design Themes:

Themes are popular when designing an herb garden. Themes can include the use of specific colors, aromas, plants, etc. Herbs are typically chosen based on the theme. Various themes can be used to separate individual garden beds too.

For instance, herbs sharing a specific color can be grouped together in one area. In another, you may have a scented herb garden filled with aromatic herb plants such as various types of mint.

Themes are popular when designing an herb garden. Themes can include the use of specific colors, aromas, plants, etc. Herbs are typically chosen based on the theme. Various themes can be used to separate individual garden beds too.

For instance, herbs sharing a specific color can be grouped together in one area. In another, you may have a scented herb garden filled with aromatic herb plants such as various types of mint.

In addition, one might prefer different varieties of one herb plant. Another option might include a specific locale, such as an Italian herb garden filled with Italian herbs like basil, parsley, oregano, rosemary, etc.

Formal Design Herb Garden:

Formal herb gardens are also popular. This symmetrical type of herb garden uses plants to create geometric designs and textures, such as a circle or square. Herbs are typically arranged by height, color, and use with walkways or paths separating beds that are of equal size.

Knot gardens are a commonly seen formal design herb garden. These gardens are often edged with low-growing hedges, like boxwood. They may also include some type of statuary or topiary focal point.

Spiral herb gardens take on a circular shape and are generally built up in tiers. While these are also popular, they are usually less formal in appearance.

Container Herb Garden Designs:

Many herbs can be successfully grown in containers. Container-grown herbs can be designed to accommodate nearly any setting or need and are a great alternative to gardening in small areas. They can also be arranged into attractive groupings and changed around or moved as needed.

There are different ways to design an herb garden. The best design is one that works for you and meets all your expectations.