Mr Fothergill's Veg Seeds

Mr Fothergill's Veg Seeds

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Tomato (Money Maker)

For many this is the gardeners' standard choice as it is a heavy cropper of fine tasty fruits approximately 60g/2oz. Indeterminate.

 

Tomato

Technically a fruit, but also Britain’s favourite summer vegetable!  No surprise because nothing you buy beats the flavour of home-grown tomatoes.

 

Sweet Corn (Incredible F1)

Sweet flavour, rust tolerant

A 'sugary enhanced' variety of fast growing, long sweet cobs with good tolerance of common rust which helps to keep plants healthy, particularly in wet summers.

 

Swede (Best of All)

Very easy to grow

Very hardy and easy to grow, with rich yellow flesh, smooth texture and mild flavour.

 

Butternut Squash Winter

British bred for the UK climate.

British bred variety so ideally suited to our relatively short growing season. Sweet tasting medium sized fruits can be ready to harvest in just over 3 months.
Winner of an RHS Award of Garden Merit for reliability and good performance.
Part of the seed range produced by Mr Fothergill’s Seeds in partnership with the RHS.

 

Spinach Beet (Perpetual Spinach)

Alternative to spinach

An easy, reliable and milder alternative to spinach, which is very fast and easy to grow, cropping for much of the year.

 

Rocket (Salad Leaves)

Use to 'pep up' salads

Easy to grow, it is quick to mature, providing an abundance of tangy, spicy leaves. Use as a main ingredient in mixed green salads and it's a must in italian dishes.

 

Radish (French Breakfast)

Easy and fast, good flavour

The most popular traditional variety for its mildness and crisp, tender tankard shaped roots with a white tip. 

Radish Possibly the easiest and fastest growing vegetable!  They make an excellent 'marker' crop between rows of slower growing veg.

 

 

 

 

Perfect for Halloween carving

An early maturing variety with deep orange fruits weighing 5-7kg (11-15lbs). Very good flavour, perfect for Halloween carving. 

Can be stored for several weeks in a cool dry, frost-free location. 

 

Parsnip (Hollow Crown)

 

Spring Onion (White Lisbon)

Quick growing favourite, mild

Mild, tasty white bulbs with dark green stem. Quick and easy to grow, perfect for salads and stir fries. 

 

Mixed Salad Leaves.

Subtle flavours and textures

Subtle flavours and different textures. Quick and easy to grow, great in pots on the patio. A good source of vitamin C.

 

Lettuce (Little Gem)

Lettuce (All the Year Round)

(Butterhead) A reliable, medium sized 'butterhead' variety. Compact and slow to bolt, long season.

Leak (Musselburgh)

Hardy, reliable & versatile

Very hardy and reliable, especially in colder regions. Thick stemmed, broad flags.

 

Leeks provide a crop from summer through to spring.  They are a good source of folate. Can be sown direct in the garden or started indoors.

 

Kale (Dwarf Green Curled

Ultra-hardy, a great source of winter 'greens'. Also known as 'borecole'.

Cucumber (Telegraph Improved)

Cucumis sativus

Good crops of long dark fruits with traditional flavour.  Grows in a warm or cool greenhouse or cold frame.  Good reliable cropper.

 

Cress (Fine Curled)

So easy for salads & garnish

Sow all-year-round on the windowsill for quick and easy garnish results.

 

 

Courgette (All Green Bush)

Compact, bushy; big crops

Reliable established variety. Use as courgettes or marrows. 

Courgettes are hugely versatile and easy to grow.  They need regular watering and picking for good crops. Some courgettes can be grown successfully in pots on the patio.

 

Cauliflower (All Year Round)

Versatile, reliable and tasty

A traditional variety for successional sowings. A gardeners' favourite for many years. 

You can have a fresh supply of tasty, nutritious 'caulis' all year round.  Can be sown direct in the garden or started indoors.

 

Carrot (Nantes 5)

Early, finger or full-size

An extremely popular, well established, early variety. The blunt ended roots have outstanding flavour, producing high quality 'finger' carrots. It’s known as the ‘classic’ carrot and has good uniform roots. Great colour and a crisp texture makes this variety an excellent addition to summer salads.

 

A Best Buy variety as recommended by the Gardening Press and Consumer Groups.

 

Carrot (Autumn King 2

Reliable maincrop, long season

One of the best maincrop varieties. It has a deep consistent orange/red colour and conical roots. It can also be grown as a late cropping variety. It is resistant to splitting and stores well when left in the ground. It has great flavour and is very high yielding.

 

Cabbage (Golden Acre)

Tasty summer 'ball-head'

Heavy, solid heads with compact habit can be sown closely together. Traditional favourite. 

Cabbage
There is most definitely a cabbage for all seasons, supplying a good source of vitamin C and antioxidants through the year.

 

Brussels Sprout (Evesham Special)

Large, old-fashioned sprouts

Heavy, early crops over several months. Medium sized plants, ideal for exposed sites.

 

Broccoli (Early Purple)

Easy to grow spring favourite

Extremely hardy, this well-proven variety provides a succession of delicious tender shoots.

 

Beetroot (Perfect 3)

For baby and large beets

Globe shaped with great tasting, deep red flesh. Lift young as 'baby beets' or leave to mature. Multigerm variety.

 

Beetroot (Boltardy)

Bolt resistant early favourite

Ideal for early sowing with excellent bolt-resistance. Even shape with good colour, texture and flavour. Multigerm variety. 

A Best Buy variety as recommended by the Gardening Press and Consumer Groups. 

Beetroot
For the earliest crops sow bolt-resistant varieties under cloches from mid-March, otherwise from April. 

 

Runner Bean (Scarlet Emperor)

A trusted favourite

A reliable favourite and arguably the most popular runner bean of all time. Early and heavy cropping.

 

Runner Bean (Enorma)

Traditional exhibition variety

Red flower variety. One of the most successful exhibition varieties, with long smooth shapely pods that can grow up to 50cm(20in) long. 

A Best Buy variety as recommended by the Gardening Press and Consumer Groups. 

Runner Beans
Originally introduced to Europe from Central America as climbing ornamentals.  They thrive in rich, well dug, moisture-retentive soil.  Protect from late frosts and keep well watered.  Grow up cane wigwams or netted frames. 

 

Pea (Kalvedon Wonder)

First Early variety

A prolific cropper offering masses of small peas in well filled, dark green pods. Suitable for successional sowings throughout the season.

 

Pea (Mangetout Oregon Sugar Pod)

Mangetout variety

An established mangetout favourite with a particularly good, sweet flavour. 

Harvest while the pods are still flat and peas only just forming. 

A Best Buy variety as recommended by the Gardening Press and Consumer Groups.

Height: 100cm(40in) 

 

Dwarf Bean (Tendergreen)

Tasty, succulent, almost stringless pods on compact, bushy plants. Excellent source of folate, iron and magnesium.

 

Broad Bean (The Sutton)

Perfect for small gardens

Abundant crops on dwarf plants, ideal for successional sowings. Hardy, stocky plant, suitable for more exposed locations and small gardens.

White seeded variety - Autumn & Spring sowing.

 

Broad Beans are easy to grow producing large succulent beans, packed with flavour and vitamins.  Grow in well dug, fertilised soil.

 

A Best Buy variety as recommended by the Gardening Press and Consumer Groups.

 

Broad Bean (Bunyards Exhibition)

Reliable longpod variety

Popular and versatile, for autumn and spring sowing, 6-8 white seeds per pod for large crops. Full of flavour. 

White seeded variety - Autumn & Spring sowing.

Broad Beans are easy to grow producing large succulent beans, packed with flavour and vitamins.  Grow in well dug, fertilised soil.

Height: 100cm(40in) 

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