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Growbag Collection 6 in 1 seed collection - Value Pack

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Growbag Collection
We have chosen 6 popular varieties that are ideal for planting in growbags .


Indoor Planting:
Sow the seeds 1.5mm deep in trays of moist compost, be careful not to over-water. Store in a warm place not in direct sunlight, and ensure the compost is kept moist. It is a good idea to cover with a clear plastic bag until the seeds germinate. Once the seedlings appear, remove the plastic. It is also useful to label the trays for future reference.


Growing On:
When the seedlings are strong enough to handle they can be transplanted into bigger pots or trays. Be careful when easing the roots out as they can easily be damaged. Do not overcrowd the plants. Keep the pots in a warm, light position and turn regularly.
Once all chance of frost has passed the vegetables can be transplanted into growing beds outside. Keep the Tomatoes in an unheated glasshouse until June.

Cucumber Marketmore
(Cucumis sativus)
A popular variety producing smooth, dark green fruits with great flavour. Perfect for salads, pick fruits regularly and feed well.

Sweet Pepper California Wonder
(Capsicum annuum)
HEIRLOOM. The standard bell pepper for many decades, this 1928 introduction is still the largest open-pollinated, heirloom bell you can grow. A perfect stuffing pepper—blocky 4" x 3½", thick-walled, tender and flavorful.

Courgette Black Beauty (Cucurbita pepo)
A popular Courgette producing heavy crops of dark, green tasty fruits. Great for cooking with.
(Harvest: July onwards)

Tomato Roma
Heavy cropping, delicious plum shaped tomatoes excellent for soups, tomato juice, ketchup or just eating cold.
Very thick and juicy!

Onion Rijnsburger
(Allium cepa)
A heavy cropping variety producing large globe shaped onions with a good storage life. (Harvest: August – October).

Cherry Tomato Cerise
(Lycopersicon lycopericum)
A fantastic cherry tomato producing heavy crops of small, sweet-tasting tomatoes. The Cerise is doing very well as a patio tomato. Delicious straight from the vine, in salads and in Mediterranean dishes
(Harvest: June – October)

Lettuce Little Gem Cos
(Lactuca sativa)
Small compact heads of bright green. Slightly more open than other varieties but outstanding for its flavour. Sow early spring up to July.
(Harvest: July Onwards)