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New products at Suttons Seeds

by Sarah - June 22nd, 2013.
Filed under: New Products, Suttons Seeds.

Suttons Seeds has these new lines today

Sunflower Plants - Waooh!

Sunflower Plants – Waooh! £14.99
A great value, easy-to-grow, multi-headed sunflower, producing a profusion of golden flowers with large, dark, central discs. The bushy plants are ideal for border or patio container, and were still blooming at the end of September in our trials. Truly outstanding! Height 80cm (32); spacing 30cm (12).

James Wong Book & Plant Offer

James Wong Book & Plant Offer £14.99
James Wong offer contains a copy of his book plus plant taster collection – 3 plants (1 of each):JAMES WONG BOOK – In his new book, James’ shows us a completely new range of fruit and vegetables to grow and eat. It is also packed with tasty recipes that you can make at home with the crops that you grow! You will learn how to harvest homegrown quinoa, your very own popcorn or plant a mini green tea plantation on your patio. This inspiring new book is great fun and full of plant wisdom. TV presenter and two times RHS medal winner James Wong shows that there’s much more to grow than potatoes and sprouts on your allotment. This would make the perfect gift for newbie growers to seasoned allotment veterans – in fact anyone who grows their own will certainly enjoy this fascinating book! Inca Berry Plant – Chances are you may well have seen this South American delicacy garnishing expensive dishes in posh restaurants, or in small, very pricey packets on the supermarket shelves! If so you would be forgiven for thinking this glamorous fruit is far too high maintenance to grow on UK soil. In fact, the Inca Berry is remarkably easy to grow; just like tomatoes, except less demanding!Cucamelon Plant – Already a firm favourite amongst James’ fans and gracing the dishes of many a TV chef, these tiny watermelons lookalikes have a refreshing flavour and bags of personality.Plus, their lush vines will produce masses of fruit throughout the summer with a cucumber and lime taste. Cucamelons can be used in just the same way as traditional cucumbers; in salads, pickled, whole, or why not explore their cocktail-enhancing prowess and give your Martini a delicious new twist! Electric Daisy Plant – Believe it or not, these pretty little daisy flowers have a big surprise – they taste like citrus with a jolt of electricity! The perfect introduction to James Wong’s amazing range of curious and delicious plants that you can grow in your own garden; electric daisies really live up to their name. Their fizzy electric buzz effect is like nothing you will have tasted before. Similar to popping candy, cloves, or a 9 volt battery, this unusual sensation is perfect for spicing up your cooking, bringing an unexpected zing to a dessert or sorbet, or adding a mouth-tingling twist to a glamorous cocktail. Stunning as edible bedding plants in any garden or even as tasty houseplants for year round harvests.