Garden Shop Catalogue

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Chilli - peperoncino di cayenna

Chilli Pepper Piccante Cayenna Cayenne pepper. Long red fruits which bite back. Ideal for use in 'Spaghetti alla Puttanesca' or ideal for drying and then grinding into cayenne pepper. Sow Feb-May. approx 450 seeds per packet.

Price : £3.35 £1.60

Tomato - baby plum

Tomato Baby Plum Muscato F1 Ideal for Indoor Gardening Systems T24 - A typical Piccolo baby plum tomato translated as 'small date' and commonly called Datterini in Italy. Juicy, full of flavour and reliable. Used by Theo Randall on Saturday kitchen 23/6/12.

Price : £3.35 £1.60

Tomato - Roma

Tomato Roma VF - save 56p T3 - Meaty mid-sized oblong tomato. Versatile as can be used for cooking or eating. Determinate. Quite resistant with fruits typically of 70-80g each in weight. @450 seeds. Sow Feb-end May.

Price : £2.15 £1.60

Sweetcorn - zuccherino

Mais Sweetcorn Zuccherino B31 - This variety is called 'Sugery' because of it's sweet kernals.

Price : £2.82 £1.60

Squash - butternut

Buttenut Squash Rugosa C26 - Peel and boil the squash until soft. Then simply mash it with some butter and freshly grated nutmeg. Please note that the butternut liscia we sell has a smooth skin and this variety is slightly scalloped.

Price : £2.82 £1.60

Pepper - bulls horn

Pepper Dulce Italia V55 - a meaty, bulls horn type pepper used widely all over Italy - a good all rounder also known as Corno di Toro.

Price : £2.82 £1.60

Pepper - topepo

Pepper Topepo V47 - RHS 'AGM' AWARD WINNER. We are really excited about this small sweet pepper which looks like a small beef tomato. Verticle scalloping makes this pepper ideal to stuff with mozzarella and anchovies or a meat filling and the peppers have a great flavour. Sow in Spring.

Price : £2.82 £1.60

Pea - meraviglia di kelvedon

Pea Meraviglia Of Kelvedon B29 - Featured on BBC Gardeners World 02/03/07 (Monty Don). Dating to about the 1920's.

Price : £2.82 £1.60

Spring onion - cipollotto da mazzi

Spring Onion Cipollotti A Mazzo S9 - Long, singular stems destined for the salad bowl.

Price : £3.37 £1.60

Onion - long red of Florence

Long Red Onion Of Florence S5 - RHS 'AGM' AWARD WINNER. Regional red onion variety from Florence in Tuscany. Nice and sweet so good to use raw in salads. Good for storing.

Price : £2.82 £1.60

Lettuce - bionda

Lettuce Bionda Ricciolina da taglio L13 -Bionda Ricciolina: Very early, this cutting lettuce produces beautiful soft lime-green leaves, held up by a crunchy rib at the back. The leaves are ruffled. Cut and come again variety. Cut as much as you need.

Price : £2.82 £1.60

Lettuce - romaine

Romaine Lettuce Delle 7 Lune L9 - Delightful Romaine with red 'splodges'. @4800 seeds per packet. Sow Feb-May & Jul.-Sept.

Price : £2.82 £1.60

Leek - lungo della riviera

Leek – Porree Lungo Della Riviera Leben From the Ligurian Riviera, a good Leek for winter harvest, Sow in the spring and early summer. @1500 seeds.

Price : £2.27 £1.60

Garlic - bianco veneto

White Garlic from the Veneto (Venice) area.

Price : £6.59 £3.50

Courgette - Bolognese

Courgette Bolognese C17 - Plump, oval fruits from Bologna. Make nice round slices for frying. Light green with a good flavour. Growing habit: Bush Approximate seeds quantity:@40 Sow: from March - July and harvest mid June - end October

Price : £2.45 £1.60

Courgette - Romanesco

Courgette Romanesco C13 - Small/mid sized lightly ridged zucchino from Rome, of good quality and flavour. Nutty flavour, restaurant quality courgette. Highly recommended. Growing habit: Bush Approximate seeds quantity:@45 Sow: from February - June

Price : £2.82 £1.60

Carrot - parisier market

Carrot Parisier Market Also Ideal for Indoor Gardening Systems V18 - Featured on BBC Gardeners World 20/04/07. Round French Parisian carrots with good flavour. It's a classic case of the carrot changing to suit it's environment, and is basically a clay carrot. Easy to grow in containers and not as prone to carrot root fly. Sow in the Spring as you can get quite a late sowing. Also great to use in Indoor Farming systems and for Urban gardening in containers. Approximate seeds quantity:@7000 Sow: from February - July Horticultural name: Daucus Carota

Price : £2.82 £1.60

Carrot - flakkee

Giant Carrots.

Price : £2.82 £1.60

Aubergine - Violetta lunga

Aubergine Violetta Lunga V3 - The classic Italian eggplant. Long, dark and slightly curved Approximate seeds quantity:@660 Sow: from February - mid May

Price : £2.82 £1.60

Artichoke - Violetto

Artichoke Violetto V2 - Purple/Violet coloured with a delicate artichoke flavour. Likes a rich-heavy soil. Artichokes are a classic of Rome - ask for them on your next visit there. They are heavenly. Approximate seeds quantity: @100 Sow: from March - June and August - October Horticultural name: Cynara cardunculus

Price : £2.82 £1.60

Pea - kelvedon wonder

Thin-shelled pointed, narrow pods in pairs. Heavy yielding, and of fine flavour, it is also resistant to mildew and suitable for June-July sowing. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Height 45cm (18"). Early Variety. Heritage Seed Variety, 1938 packet details - An early dwarf-cropping Pea with dark green pods. A big cropper. Height about 1½ feet.

Price : £2.79 £2.00

Pea - hurst greenshaft

Medium green pointed pods in pairs, each containing 9-11 peas. Resistant to downy mildew and Fusarium Wilt; recommended for exhibition. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. Second-Early/Maincrop Variety. Height 75cm (30").

Price : £2.79 £2.00

Pea - early onward

A heavy crop of pods in pairs about 10 days earlier than Onward. Very popular. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Height 60cm (2'). Early Variety.

Price : £2.79 £2.00

Runner bean - scarlet emperor

Very early, and can be grown on supports or as a ground bean. Heritage Seed Variety, 1895 packet details - Silver-gilt Knightian Medal for Collection of Vegetables, including Sutton's Scarlet Runner Bean. R.H. Society, Oct 24, 1893. For its profuse crop of large tender pods, this is beyond question one of the best types of runner bean. Both in hot and dry, and also in cold and wet seasons, it has yielded remarkable results, and we can recommend it with confidence either for competition or for ordinary use. The pods grow perfectly straight, to a great length, and they are most attractive on the exhibition table. Very tender when cooked, and of excellent flavour

Price : £2.99 £2.10

Runner bean - benchmaster

Tried and tested for the UK climate, producing pods of over 40cm (16") in length! It boasts an excellent flavour and a long harvest period. Not only a great culinary variety but also ideal for the exhibition bench. A top quality, red-flowered, British-bred bean

Price : £2.99 £2.10

Runner bean - moonlight

Reliably produces masses of flowers that self-pollinate well, ensuring good set even in poor weather, and a bumper crop of delicious, smooth, stringless pods!

Price : £2.99 £2.10

French - bean sprite

Outstanding dwarf french bean. Completely stringless, dark green round pods. 15cm (6") long. Great beginner variety.

Price : £2.99 £2.00

broad bean - the Sutton

Bred by Suttons. Can be sown in succession March-July outdoors, and November-February under cloches to produce a very early crop. Recommended for small gardens. Sown as instructed, a packet of seed is sufficient for a single row of approximately 8.3m (27'). Dwarf variety. White seeded variety. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. Great beginner variety. Heritage Seed Variety, 1925 packet details - A wonderful dwarf type of broad bean, attaining a height of nine to twelve inches only when grown in the open ground. The plants are of more or less spreading habit and are so freely branched that a very large number of pods is produced, each containing four or five beans of superior table quality.

Price : £2.99 £2.00

Broad bean - aquadulce

A long podded, white-seeded tasty broad bean that's early to mature, Aquadulce Claudia is recommended for autumn and winter sowings throughout the U.K. for the earliest crops the following spring and summer.

Price : £2.99 £2.00

Turnip - purple top Milan

Flat-topped roots, white with purple crown. Quick maturing, useful in frames and under cloches. Tender when young, with an excellent mild, sweet flavour. Popular in Northern areas. Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany.

Price : £1.55 £1.10

Tomato - f1 shirley

An early maturing tomato, Shirley crops heavily on short jointed plants. Nicely shaped fruit of fine quality. Resistant to TMV (tobacco mosaic virus), leaf mould, Fusarium and greenback. For greenhouse culture. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. (Cordon variety - one stem grown by pinching off side-shoots as they appear, needs staking and tying in.)

Price : £4.99 £3.50

Tomato - money maker

Heavy crop of medium-sized fruits. Resistant to greenback. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. For cultivation under glass or outdoors. (Cordon variety - one stem grown by pinching off side-shoots as they appear, needs staking and tying in.)

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Tomato - gardeners delight

Gardener's Delight is a heavy cropping tomato with long trusses of small size fruits which are extremely sweet in flavour. Usually grown outdoors or in containers on the patio. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. (Cordon variety - one stem grown by pinching off side-shoots as they appear, needs staking and tying in.)

Price : £2.49 £1.75

Tomato - crimson crush

As well as its ability to shrug off even the worst blight, Crimson Crush will provide great yields of exceptionally fine tasting, large, round tomatoes (each weighing up to 200g). Bred for outdoor growing, it's the tomato that everyone should be planting this year. (Cordon variety - one stem grown by pinching off side-shoots as they appear, needs staking and tying in.) This is not just a blight resistant tomato it is a blight beating tomato. Never be disappointed with your tomato crop when blight strikes again Ideal for the home or the allotment Please note: With regards to the nature of the blight resistance, plants can still show infection (up to 10-15%) of leaves, stems etc. without effecting fruit quality or yield. The plants having the resistance to be able to grow away from the attack.

Price : £3.99 £2.60

Sweet corn - f1 sundance

Considered as the best sweet corn for early maturing in our indifferent British summers and recommended by the Northern Horticultural Society. The cobs are often 18cm (7") long, packed with sweet creamy-yellow kernels. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. Great beginner variety.

Price : £2.79 £2.00

Swede - ruby

Bred for extra sweetness, Ruby has dark purple-skinned globe shaped roots with creamy yellow flesh and is a really useful winter vegetable. A high dry matter content ensures excellent winter hardiness and it also shows good resistance to Powdery Mildew. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.

Price : £1.55 £1.10

Squash - f1 hunter

An early ripening butternut variety providing a very heavy crop throughout late summer and autumn. Fruit are a lovely buff colour, with fine-flavoured orange flesh, and store well. Average fruit weight 800g - 1Kg. Trailing type, but shorter than American bred varieties

Price : £3.99 £2.60

Spinach - perpetual

Excellent on dry soils where annual spinach would run to seed quickly. Hardy and useful for autumn and winter dishes. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. Great beginner variety.

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Radish - scarlet globe

Quick-growing, bright scarlet roots with crisp, white flesh. One of the most popular outdoor varieties. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Summer Variety.

Price : £1.55 £1.10

Radish - french breakfast

Solid, sweet, cylindrical crimson and white roots. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. Summer Variety.

Price : £1.55 £1.10

Peppers - Californian wonder

Fruits produced in abundance. Best grown under glass, but can be transplanted outdoors in June in warm, sheltered areas.

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Parsnip - tender true

Excellent for exhibition and for culinary purposes. Long, smooth-skinned roots with considerable resistance to canker. Specially recommended. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. 1929 packet details - An admirable Parsnip which increases in popularity every year. Not quite so large as our Student, but more perfect in form, of the finest quality, with a clear and smooth skin. We consider this to be the best Parsnip in existence.

Price : £1.55 £1.10

Onion - f1 santero

A superb early maincrop onion with excellent resistance to Downy Mildew. Produces a heavy crop of delicious copper-brown, round-oval bulbs. Shows good resistance to bolting and stores well too.

Price : £3.99 £2.60

Spring onion - white lisbon

White Lisbon is an ever popular Spring Onion, very quick growing, with silvery skin and mild flavour. Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany.

Price : £1.75 £1.30

Marrow - table dainty

Medium-sized fruits striped pale and dark green. Early maturing, and excellent for exhibition. Trailing variety. Heritage Seed Variety, 1938 packet details - This valuable Vegetable Marrow has attained a very popular position. The fruits are small to medium size, of the finest quality, and of a most attractive appearance, being striped with pale green on a darker ground. Yields a prolific crop early in the season.

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Parsley - moss curled

Tall-growing, strong parsley. Mid-green foliage with an attractive curl. An improved sdelection of the standard moss curled variety, it's very easy to grow and tolerates a light frost. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Lettuce - salad bowl

Produces an abundance of fresh green foliage over a long period. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Picking Variety. Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. Quick and easy lettuces are many peoples first veggie crop. Try mixing red and green lettuce leaves to add a note of bitterness to salads, or try slicing up little gem lettuces and sautéing with peas and garlic for an alternative homegrown lunch.

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Lettuce - lobjoits green

Lobjoits Green is a Cos lettuce that gives large, very crisp, dark green upright hearts which are self-folding. Suitable for spring and autumn sowing. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. Quick and easy lettuces are many peoples first veggie crop. Try mixing red and green lettuce leaves to add a note of bitterness to salads, or try slicing up little gem lettuces and sautéing with peas and garlic for an alternative homegrown lunch.

Price : £1.75 £1.20

Lettuce - match iceberg

An exceptional iceberg lettuce whose crunchy leaves are deliciously sweet. It shows good mildew resistance, is tolerant of hot weather and slow to bolt. Quick and easy lettuces are many peoples first veggie crop. Try mixing red and green lettuce leaves to add a note of bitterness to salads, or try slicing up little gem lettuces and sautéing with peas and garlic for an alternative homegrown lunch.

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Leek - musselburgh

An extremely winter hardy variety. Good length, tasty white stems. A milder flavour substitute for onions in many culinary dishes. Heritage Seed Vareity, 1919 packet details - Greatly improved stock of Musselburgh leek, far superior to the ordinary strain. Highly Commended, Royal Horticultural Society, 1918.

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Kale - black magic

A variety of the Italian black cabbage, bred to perform better in our climate, with improved cold tolerance, colour, leaf shape and bolt resistance than current Italian varieties. Good cut-and-come again crop. Kale has had a huge resurgence in recent years thanks to it’s incredibly high nutritional values, so much so that we’ve seen headlines like “Kale shortage imminent”. Easy to grow, incredibly productive and with a multitude of colours and leaf shapes… what’s not to like?

Price : £2.99 £2.00

Kale - dwarf green curled

Dark green, densely curled leaves. The plants are dwarf growing and compact in habit. Very winter hardy. Kale has had a huge resurgence in recent years thanks to it’s incredibly high nutritional values, so much so that we’ve seen headlines like “Kale shortage imminent”. Easy to grow, incredibly productive and with a multitude of colours and leaf shapes… what’s not to like?

Price : £1.55 £1.10

Cucumber f1 greenfit

A superb variety producing vigorous plants bearing heavy crops of long, slightly ribbed, high quality, bitter-free fruits. The most reliable cucumber variety for unheated greenhouses. All the health benefits of Baby, above. Harvest July-September. A super all-female greenhouse cucumber that works as an excellent eating cucumber in salads and is equally at home on the show bench where the perfectly straight, long, dark green fruit are sure to win prizes.

Price : £3.99 £2.60

Courgette - sure thing

Ideal for a small garden or greenhouse, needs no insects for pollination, so you'll always get a good crop of tasty fruit! SMALL SPACES made easy! Are you feeling left behind by the “grow-your-own” revolution because you live in a gardenless apartment or have a postage-stamp-sized patio? Don’t worry: Anyone with a sunny windowsill, patio, or balcony can cultivate home-grown vegetables. In fact, choosing plants that are nutritious, delicious, and attractive is the ultimate way to maximise limited space. We’ve tried and tested these varieties suitable for small spaces and know they’ll succeed, but that’s not to say there aren’t other vegetable seeds that you could try!

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Courgette - f1 atena

Bushy plants bearing abundant crops of tasty golden-yellow courgettes. Pick them when they're 20cm (8") long and bursting with flavour. Ideal for pickling too.

Price : £2.79 £1.90

Cauliflower - galleon

This superb cauliflower for overwinter production (maturing April-May) produces quality white heads of superb taste in early spring. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Winter/Spring maturing.

Price : £2.99 £2:00

Cauliflower - all year round

White, well-protected large curds, popular for summer shows, for freezing, and straight from the garden. Summer/Autumn maturing. 'FOURFOLD' PACKET also available.

Price : £1.75 £1.20

Carrot - early Nantes

A well established popular variety andsuberb tasting.Ideal for successional sowing in frames or under cloches for early roots. Suitable for salads, cooking or freezing. 84 days from sowing to harvest (taken from our own trials and may vary in different areas).

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Carrot - resistafly

Carrot Fly attack - a real problem for some gardeners. Fine quality roots and ideal for organic growing. 110 days from sowing to harvest (taken from our own trials and may vary in different areas).

Price : £2.79 £1.90

Carrot - Amsterdam forcing 3

One of the earliest varieties to crop. Can be sown early under glass or in succession outdoors either in a container or direct in the ground. ‘Finger-like’ small, sweet, succulent roots. Ideal for salads or cooking. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. 42 days from sowing to harvest (taken from our own trials and may vary in different areas).

Price : £2.49 £1.75

Cabbage - winter jewel

First-rate over-wintering spring greens, smooth, dark leaved greens as a spring green, allowed to heart, forms compact 250g (8oz) heads, superb winter hardiness, excellent flavour and bolting resistance.

Price : £3.99 £1.90

Cabbage- red drumhead

Solid, dark red, round heads of fine texture, excellent for pickling and for speciality cooked dishes. Summer/Autumn maturing.

Price : £1.99 £1.75

Cabbage - january king

January King 3 is a hardy drumhead cabbage with matures from December. Easy to grow, it's perfect for steaming or stir fries.

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Cabbage - golden acre primo

An easy to grow cabbage that produces medium-sized, firm round heads maturing in summer and early autumn. Make several sowings for continuous crops. Delicious cooked or try shredded raw in salads.

Price : £1.55 £1.10

Broccoli - white star

High yields of good quality, tender, creamy-white spears with a mild flavour that will please most palettes. The succulent tender shoots hold well on the plants and melt in the mouth. Simply steam or lightly boil the spears for a delicious treat. Harvest April-May. The slightly untidy cousin of calabrese, broccoli provides you with the first harvests of the year in January-April. The sweet, earthy flavour complements all kinds of dishes from Asian inspired stir-fries to Sunday roasts.

Price : £0.99 £0.75

Broccoli - autumn spear

An abundance of delicious green spears from September to November. The slightly untidy cousin of calabrese, broccoli provides you with the first harvests of the year in January-April. The sweet, earthy flavour complements all kinds of dishes from Asian inspired stir-fries to Sunday roasts.

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Beetroot - cylindra

Cylindraproduces delicious, high quality, dark crimson, cylindrical roots which have a long storage period. Late ripening, slow to bolt, and shows good disease resistance.

Price : £1.75 £1.20

Beetroot - boltardy

Smooth-skinned roots of fine colour,Beetroot Boltardyare ideal for exhibition. Resistant to bolting and recommended for early sowing. (Globe or Round type.) RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany.

Price : £1.75 £1.20

Wallflower - fire king

One of the best known varieties, Wallflower Fire King produces masses of rich scarlet blooms throughout spring. The most popular spring bedding item - very fragrant. Large-flowered and uniform in height and habit. Grow as a hardy biennial. Height 45cm (18").

Price : £1.75 £1.20

Wallflower - cloth of gold

A traditional spring favourite that will light up beds and borders with its vibrant, golden-yellow flowers. The most popular spring bedding item - very fragrant. Flowers April-June. Height 45cm (18").

Price : £1.75 £1.20

Wallflower - persian carpet mix

Contains many of the beautiful colours seen in Persian Carpets including cream, apricot, orange, rose, purple and gold.The most popular spring bedding item - very fragrant. Grow as a hardy biennial. Height 38cm (15").

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Viola - fragant mix

Excellent winter/spring performance, producing large flowers in a range of bright colours. Compact plants, blooming freely from spring to autumn in beds and borders.Flowers are edible and ideal in salads. Height 23cm (9").

Price : £3.99 £2.60

Sunflower - full sun

A superb sunflower which has F1 hybrid vigour and is early flowering. The dramatic golden yellow flowerheads, 30cm (12") in diameter are borne proudly above the tree-like stems and rich green leaves. Long-flowering, pollen free, and requires no staking. HA - Hardy annual. Medium/Tall variety. Height 2m (6½').

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Sweet pea - the collection

A collection of Sweet Peas.

Price : £4.99 £3.60

Salvia - farincea victoria

Vigorous border plants producing dense spikes of violet-blue flowers in summer. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. HHA - Half hardy annual. Height 60cm (2'). Weather-resistant and reliable, distinct in flower and habit from the normal scarlet types and excellent in drifts in borders or for use as a 'dot' plant in large beds.

Price : £2.99 £2.00

Slavia blaze of fire

Vivid scarlet. Early blooming. Extremely popular for summer bedding, superb grown with blue ageratum. Free-flowering, compact plants. HHA - Half hardy annual. Height 30cm (12").

Price : £2.49 £1.70

Rudbeckia - indian summer

Enormous single flowers up to 20cm (8") across in a glorious golden yellow shade with contrasting dark centres. Strong-growing, drought and disease-tolerant plants. Sensational! RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. HHA/HP - Half hardy annual/Hardy perennial. Height 60cm (2').

Price : £1.75 £1.20

Rudbeckia - rustic dwarf

Eye-catching border plants in shades of red, bronze and gold. Large daisy flowers with prominent discs. Excellent border plants, and lovely in floral arrangements. Height 50-60cm (20-24"). HHA/HP - Half hardy annual/Hardy perennial.

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Petunia purple wave

Will cascade from hanging baskets and window boxes like a waterfall of dazzling rose/purple flowers. With blooms produced all along the trailing stems, it's quite simply unbeatable. Can also be used as a ground cover. HHA - Half hardy annual. Trailing habit. (SUPASeeds - Coated seed form for easier handling and sowing.) NB: PETUNIA FLOWER COLOUR VARIATION - Environmental factors at the beginning of a season sometimes affect the colours of certain varieties, particularly those with striped flowers.

Price : £4.99 £3.50

Pansy winter - flowering mix

These robust, free-flowering plants will brighten up your winter and spring displays with their cheerful flowers, in a wide range of colours. F1 Hybrid. HB/HP - Hardy biennial/Hardy perennial. Height 15-23cm (6-9"). (VALUE HYBRIDS - Hybrid flower seed, as most people know, gives the best results, but because production costs are high, the seed can be quite expensive. In recent years, Suttons have been working hard with flower breeders to find ways of reducing these costs and the result is our extremely popular Value hybrids range of high quality seed at great value prices.)

Price : £2.79 £1.90

Pansy - citrus blend

A free-flowering winter pansy producing very large, bright flowers from November to May. Height 20cm (8").HB/HP - Hardy biennial/Hardy perennial.

Price : £3.99 £2.60

Nicotina - evening fragrance

A mixture of flesh pink, rose, red, lilac, mauve, purple and white flowers. Wonderfully fragrant, particularly in the evening. Flowers like long trumpets, brightly coloured, throughout the summer. HHA - Half hardy annual. Height 90cm (3').

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Marigold french - Queen Sophia

Red flowers becoming bronze with maturity, each petal edged gold. Free flowering. All American Bronze medal winner. HHA - Half hardy annual. Height 25cm (10").

Price : £2.99 £2.00

Lupin - russell mix

A unique strain of perennial Lupins with exceptionally bold spikes of blooms, showing a wide range of colours which includes many unusual shades of pure yellow, orange and bright crimson, as well as attractive bicolors. An old favourite, Russell Mix has been tried and tested and will always perform, giving plenty of colour on glorious flower spikes. Awarded Gold Medal, R.H.S. 1937. Height 90cm (3'). HP - Hardy perennial. ( Please note: seeds/plants harmful if eaten.) Ornamental foliage and stems of closely packed small flowers in early summer. Handsome border plants. ( Seeds/plants harmful if eaten. )

Price : £1.55 £1.00

Lobelia - cascade mix

Very interesting mixture in shades of blue, mauve, lilac and red, some with white eyes, and also white. Beautiful colours for hanging baskets. Trailing variety. (SUPASEED - Our coated Supaseeds make it easy to sow this fine-seeded item.)

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Lobelia queen victoria

Glowing ember flower spikes set off against deep maroon foliage. Dramatic border perennials. Ideal for a damp spot or alongside water. Height 90cm (36"). HP - Hardy perennial.

Price : £2.99 £2.00

Geranium - super hybrid mix

A stunning mixture for filling beds, borders or patio containers. Flowers, in a beautiful range of colours, are produced all summer long. Majestic plants laden with blooms. HHP - Half-hardy perennial. F2 hybrid. Height 30cm (12").(Hybrid flower seed, as most people know, gives the best results, but because production costs are high, the seed can be quite expensive. In recent years, Suttons have been working hard with flower breeders to find ways of reducing these costs and the result is our extremely popular Value hybrids range of high quality seed at great value prices.)

Price : £2.79 £1.90

Dahlia - yankee doodle

Large blooms up to 7cm (3") across, each boasting a distinctive "collar" of secondary florets in a contrasting colour. The bushy plants are ideal for border or container. Height 50-60cm (20-24"). HHP - Half-hardy perennial.

Price : £2.49 £1.70

Dahlia - clangers mix

Tall, stately plants which are ideal for herbaceous borders or at the centre of bedding schemes, boasting a superb range of colours and variations of flower form to create a truly spectacular display. Height 120cm (4'). HHP - Half hardy perennial. Stunning flowers with green or bronze foliage. Easy to raise from seed. Invaluable as material for autumn floral arrangements.

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Cosmea - sensation

Excellent for the mixed border. An economical choice to fill large borders. Big flowers in bright colours are attractively borne above pretty fern-like foliage. HHA - Half hardy annual. Height 90cm (3').

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Cosmea sea shells mix

Exquisite fluted petals in shades of crimson, rose and pink, together with white, make this an admirable addition to any border. An economical choice to fill large borders. Big flowers in bright colours are attractively borne above pretty fern-like foliage. HHA - Half hardy annual. Height 90cm (3').

Price : £2.45 £1.70

Cineraria - silver dust

Cineraria - silver dust

Price : £1.75 £1.20

Calendula - pink surprise

Fully double salmon-pink flowers with a touch of delicate orange. Ideal for bedding, borders and cutting. Keeps blooming right up to the first frosts. Height 45cm (18"). HA - Hardy annual. Often known as the 'Pot Marigold' - a reference to its use in cooking. The edible petals can be used fresh in salads or dried and used to colour cheeses. Often used as a substitute to Saffron for colouring. In Germany it's used in soups and in the middle east in a lot of traditional dishes.

Price : £1.99 £1.40

Aster - lazy daisy

Large single daisy flowers with golden centres. Excellent in beds and borders and long-lasting in arrangements. Flowers July-October. HHA - Half hardy annual. Height 60cm (2').

Price : £2.49 £1.70

Antirrhinum - madam butterfly

Strong stems massed with double florets resembling azaleas. Flowers June-October. Tall variety. Height 90cm (3'). HHP - Half hardy perennial (best grown as an annual).

Price : £3.69 £2.50

Aquilegia - summer bonnets

Free flowering in a fine colour range. HP - Hardy perennial. Flowers May-June. Height 90cm (3'). A 'cottage garden' favourite, with colourful blooms year after year. (Seeds/plants harmful if eaten.)

Price : £1.75 £1.20

Ammimajus - snowflake

A fantastic border filler, producing masses of elegant snow-white flower heads atop lime green stems. Why not try sowing it alongside cornflowers, poppies and dahlias to create a beautiful display in the garden and a stunning mix of cutting flowers. Flowers June-October.Height. 90-100cm (36-40").

Price : £2.49 £1.70

Amberboa - desert star

Open, airy plants whose fine stems are topped with flowers. Spectacular in large groups and ideal for cutting. Flowers July-September. Height 75cm (30"). Easy-to-grow plants providing attractive late-summer colour. HA - Hardy annual. Adds texture and late summer colour to the garden and makes a fantastic cut flower too.

Price : £1.99 £1.30

Red Sun Shallot. Size 400g

Red Sun Shallot. Size 400g

Price : £2.50

Golden Gourmet Shallot. Size 400g.

Golden Gourmet Shallot. Size 400g.

Price : £2.50

Red Barron onion. Size 200g.

Red Barron onion. Size 200g.

Price : £2.00

Stuttgarter onion. Size 200g.

Stuttgarter onion. Size 200g.

Price : £2.00

Sturon onion. Size 200g

Sturon onion. Size 200g

Price : £2.00

Charlotte potato - SALAD

Charlotte potato - SALAD

Price : £3:00

Sarpo Mira potato - MAIN CROP

Sarpo Mira potato - MAIN CROP

Price : £3:00

King Edward potato - MAIN CROP

King Edward potato - MAIN CROP

Price : £3:00

Desiree potato - MAIN CROP

Desiree potato - MAIN CROP

Price : £3:00

Saxon potato - SECOND EARLY

Saxon potato - SECOND EARLY

Price : £3:00

Kestral potato - SECOND EARLY

Kestral potato - SECOND EARLY

Price : £3:00

Winston potato - FIRST EARLY

Winston potato - FIRST EARLY

Price : £3:00

Casablanca potato - FIRST EARLY

Casablanca potato - FIRST EARLY

Price : £3:00

Arran pilot potato - FIRST EARLY

Arran pilot potato - FIRST EARLY

Price : £3.00

Autumn lawn food

Autumn lawn food

Price : £2:15

Urea fertilizer.

Urea fertilizer. N.P.K 46:0:0

Price : £3:00

Lawn weed feed moss killer

Lawn weed feed moss killer

Price : £4.20

Lime acidity control.

Lime acidity control. N.P.K 0:10:0

Price : £2.00

Potato fertilizer.

Potato fertilizer. N.P.K 7:5:12

Price : £3.00

Nitrate of soda.

Nitrate of soda. N.P.K 16:0:0

Price : £1.50

Nitro chalk fertilizer.

Nitro chalk fertilizer. N.P.K 27:0:0

Price : £2.50

Sulphate of ammonia fertilizer.

Sulphate of ammonia fertilizer. N.P.K 21:0:0

Price : £3.00

Potassium nitrate fertilizer.

Potassium nitrate fertilizer. N.P.K 13:0:45

Price : £1.00

Hoof and horn fertilizer.

Hoof and horn fertilizer. N.P.K 14:2:0

Price : £2.60

Superphosphate fertilizer.

Superphosphate fertilizer. N.P.K 0:17:0

Price : £3.00

Dried blood fertilizer.

Dried blood fertilizer. N.P.K 13:0:0

Price : £2.50

Sulphate of potash

Sulphate of potash. N.P.K 0:0:48

Price : £5.00

Fish blood bone fertilizer.

Fish blood bone fertilizer. N.P.K 5:6:5

Price : £3.00

Growmore garden fertilizer

Growmore garden fertilizer. N.P.K - 7:7:7

Price : £3.00

Sulphate of Iron. Size 1kg.

Sulphate of Iron. Size 1kg.

Price : £3.00

Epsom salts. Size 1kg.

Epsom salts. Size 1kg.

Price : £3.75

Organic bone meal. Size 3kg.

Organic bone meal. Size 3kg.

Price : £4.50

6x pelleted fertilizer. Size 7kg.

6x pelleted fertilizer. Size 7kg.

Price : £6.00

6x fertilizer. Size 15kg bag.

6x fertilizer. Size 15kg bag.

Price : £7.75

Potting grit. Size 25kg bag.

Potting grit. Size 25kg bag.

Price : £4.00

Sharp sand. Size 25kg bag.

Sharp sand. Size 25kg bag.

Price : £4.00

Silver sand. Size 25kg bag.

Silver sand. Size 25kg bag.

Price : £4.00

Organic soil conditioner. Size 60 litre bag.

Organic soil conditioner. Size 60 litre bag.

Price : £5.00

Farmyard manure. Size 60 litre bag.

Farmyard manure. Size 60 litre bag.

Price : £4.00

Mushroom compost. Size 60 litre bag.

Mushroom compost. Size 60 litre bag. *Discount 6 bags for 20*

Price : £3.75

John Innes number 3. Size 25 litre bag.

John Innes number 3. Size 25 litre bag.

Price : £3.65

John Innes number 2. Size 25 litre bag.

John Innes number 2. Size 25 litre bag.

Price : £3.65

John Innes number 1. Size 25 litre bag.

John Innes number 1. Size 25 litre bag.

Price : £3.65

John Innes seed compost. Size 25 litre bag.

John Innes seed compost. Size 25 litre bag.

Price : £3.65

Irish moss peat. Size 100 litre bag.

Irish moss peat. Size 100 litre bag.

Price : £5.50

Top soil. Size 25 litre.

Top soil. Size 25 litre.

Price : £3.00

Growbag

Growbag, ideal for tomatos.

Price : £2.75

Clover ericaaceous compost. Size 75 litre bag.

Clover ericaaceous compost. Size 75 litre bag.

Price : £5.50

Interhort multipurpose compost. Size 60 litre bag.

Interhort multipurpose compost. Size 60 litre bag.

Price : £5.50

Jacks magic all purpose compost. Size 60 litre bag.

Jacks magic all purpose compost. Size 60 litre bag.

Price : £5.50

Clover professional potting compost. Size 75 litre bag.

Clover professional potting compost. Size 75 litre bag.

Price : £6.75

Clover Multipurpose Compost. Size 60 litre bag.

Clover Multipurpose Compost. Size 60 litre bag. *Discount 3 bags for £12.00*

Price : £4.50

Clover Multipurpose Compost. Size 75 litre bag.

Clover Multipurpose Compost. Size 75 litre bag.

Price : £6.00

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