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  1. Medlar Tree - Westeveldt

    Medlar Tree - Westeveldt

    …attractive and quite fascinating tree (a relative of the quince family and a good pollinator for pears), with large, glossy leaves, beautiful white blossom in springtime and pretty bronze foliage in autumn. The…

    1 Bare Root Tree
  2. Pepper Grafted (Sweet) Plants - Confetti

    Pepper Grafted (Sweet) Plants - Confetti

    A real eye catcher with variegated leaves and chameleon-coloured, sweet fruit. Friends and family will ask about the pretty new 'shrubs' in your garden, only to be amazed when they discover they are actually a petite…

    3 Super Plugs
  3. Pepper Grafted (Sweet) Plant - Confetti

    Pepper Grafted (Sweet) Plant - Confetti

    A real eye-catcher with variegated leaves and chameleon-coloured, sweet fruit. Friends and family will ask about the pretty new 'shrubs' in your garden, only to be amazed when they discover they are actually a petite…

    1 x 10cm Potted Plant
  4. Pepper Grafted (Sweet) Plants - Confetti Save 19%

    Pepper Grafted (Sweet) Plants - Confetti

    A real eye-catcher with variegated leaves and chameleon-coloured, sweet fruit. Friends and family will ask about the pretty new 'shrubs' in your garden, only to be amazed when they discover they are actually a petite…

    3 x 10cm Potted Plants
    £11.99 Was £14.97
  5. Tomato Seeds - Crimson Cocktail F1

    Tomato Seeds - Crimson Cocktail F1

    …tomato that's resistant to early and late blight and a new addition to the 'Crimson Family'.Cocktail sized fruit is ideal to grow outside or in a tunnel or greenhouse.Excellent flavour with a good balance of…

    10 seeds
  6. Comfrey Plants - 'Bocking 14'

    Comfrey Plants - 'Bocking 14'

    …plant in the garden. It's a member of the borage family and boasts a higher nutrient content than common comfrey. Bocking 14' is high in potassium (K) potash (P) and nitrogen (N), which are required for healthy…

    3 x 9cm Potted Plants
  7. Tomato Plants - Sutton

    Tomato Plants - Sutton

    Best grown as a cordon in a greenhouse, 'Sutton' produces ivory to pale yellow fruits that are slightly flattened and weigh 175-225g. Unlike most white tomatoes, 'Sutton' has a fresh, fruity flavour with creamy flesh,…

    3 Super Plugs
  8. Vineyard Tour and Tasting for Two at Aldwick Estate

    Vineyard Tour and Tasting for Two at Aldwick Estate

    …the fruits of Aldwick's labour by sampling all of their available vintages. Given this insight into the complexities of English wine-making, you and your experience partner will discover what it takes to produce…

    Day Experience
  9. Tomato Seeds - Crimson Blush F1

    Tomato Seeds - Crimson Blush F1

    …Resistant family. Crimson Blush proves big is beautiful, well definitely if you are a beefsteak tomato. This is the first truly blight resistant variety of the beefsteak world. May still get blight, but will grow…

    Packet Content 10 seeds
  10. Chilean Guava Plant - 'KA-POW'

    Chilean Guava Plant - 'KA-POW'

    …plants 100cm apart.Origin: Chile. Chilean Guavas look like blueberries and taste like wild strawberries. A firm favourite amongst the Suttons family, they are absolutely delicious we can see why HRH was so fond of…

    Despatch from 29/04/2020 1 x 9cm Potted Plant
    From £7.99
  11. Chilean Guava Plant - 'KA-POW' Save 33%

    Chilean Guava Plant - 'KA-POW'

    …Guava plants 100cm apart.Origin: Chile. Chilean Guavas look like blueberries and taste like wild strawberries. A firm favourite amongst the Suttons family, they are absolutely delicious – we can see why…

    3 x 9cm Potted Plants
    From £15.98 Was £23.97
  12. Chilean Guava Plant - 'KA-POW' Save 47%

    Chilean Guava Plant - 'KA-POW'

    …Guava plants 100cm apart.Origin: Chile. Chilean Guavas look like blueberries and taste like wild strawberries. A firm favourite amongst the Suttons family, they are absolutely delicious – we can see why…

    6 x 9cm Potted Plants
    From £25.00 Was £47.94
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