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Easy ‘Grow Your Own’ vegetable collections for the garden

Grow Your Own Potatoes

Realising the great demand for home-grown vegetables, Gardening Direct now make it easy for gardeners at every level of knowledge – from beginner to expert – to grow their own, regardless of the size of their garden or allotment. The company’s gardening experts have hand-picked the best varieties of vegetable to ensure that they will grow happily in any garden, on a patio or even in a window box.

Highlights from the latest Spring range include a large selection of potatoes, with a new Successional Collection featuring Pentland Javelin, Carlingford and [King Edward varieties plus three grow bags, allowing gardeners to harvest potatoes from Spring though to Autumn, whether in the ground or on a patio.

Also included are Indoor and Outdoor Tomato Collections, with five varieties in each supplied as large plug plants, a red hot Chili Collection, two Patio Collections and a Root Vegetable Collection , Greenhouse and Salad Collections, the ever-popular Herb Garden as well as a Summer Veg Collection, the perfect starter selection.

In addition, they have All Year Round Collections, available in Family plot (20 x 30ft) or Small Plot (10 x 10ft) sizes. These cost £149.95 and £49.95 respectively, with the vegetable varieties supplied as large plug plants throughout the year at the optimum time for planting, along with full growing instructions. The former includes 27 different varieties (enough to feed a family of four all year) while the latter offers a selection of nine popular vegetables.

For more information please see www.gardeningdirect.co.uk



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