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New products at Suttons Seeds

by Sarah - May 6th, 2011.
Filed under: New Products, Suttons Seeds.

Suttons Seeds has these new items today

Vegetable Beginners Collection plus Free Seeds

Vegetable Beginners Collection plus Free Seeds £19.99
The Best Vegetable Growing Collection EVER – ONLY £19.99 plus FREE SEEDS!Our Vegetable Beginners Collection has everything you need to get your veg garden up and running.We have put together useful quantities of our most popular garden vegetables so you get lots of variety without buying more than you need to plant in your garden or on your patio.You will receive the following:Potato Tubers x 10Onion Sets x 45 approximatelyBeetroot Plug Plants x 18Mixed Lettuce Plug Plants x 18Perpetual Spinach Plug Plants x 18Tomato Pot Ready Plants x 3Courgette Pot Ready Plants x 2Sweet Red Pepper Pot Ready Plants x 2Chilli Pepper Pot Ready Plants x 2Cucumber Pot Ready Plant x 1Plus our easiest to grow packets of seed:Runner Bean Moonlight x 1Primed Carrot x 1Primed Parsnip x 1(The priming process brings the seeds to the point of germination, so as soon as they’re sown they’ll burst into growth with increased vigour.)119 veg plants + 3 packs of easy-to-grow seeds for ONLY £19.99! All delivered in 1 box at just the right time for planting…. PLUS Free easy to follow planner. Culture: Full growing instructions included.. Pack of 119 Veg Plants + FREE SEEDS. . . . .

Tomato Grafted Plant Collection

Tomato Grafted Plant Collection £9.99
This collection of grafted tomatoes comprises 3 plants (1 of each variety): Conchita (picture 1) – A superb large cherry tomato with fine flavour. Gives huge crops on trusses bearing as many as 20 fruits; Dasher (picture 2) – One of the tastiest new mini plum varieties giving a good crop of sweet fruits; Elegance (picture 3) – A vigorous growing variety, producing good trusses of standard size tomatoes of fine colour and delicious flavour. Get a bumber crop of tasty fruit with our Turbo Tomatoes! Why are they called Turbo? We have taken five varieties of the tastiest tomatoes available and grafted them onto an extremely vigorous-growing root stock. Tomatoes have been grown in this way for a while by commerical growers and have been shown to:Be more vigorous, producing larger plants. Have greater resistance to pests and diseases. Have less susceptibility to nutritional disorders. Perform well with less heat in your greenhouse. Yield top quality fruit over a longer period compared to normal plants.Our trials have shown that grafted plants are incredibly healthy and give rise to larger, strong-growing plants giving bumper yields. They’ll perfrorm well outside but are particularly recommended for greenhouse growing, where they will fulfill their potential and allow you to get plants off to an early start in spring without paying a fortune on heating your greenhouse.. Pack of 3 Pot Ready Plants (1 of each variety). . . . .