shallot 'Golden Gourmet'

yellow shallot sets

12 sets £1.99 Buy
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  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: any soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Other features: Ecellent for pickling
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    Sets are the easiest way to grow shallots in the garden. Planted very early in the season, in mid-February if possible, they mature faster than those grown from seed. 'Golden Gourmet' is a very high yielding, Dutch variety that can be harvested as early as July. It has a golden brown skin, stores well and has better resistance to bolting than many other varieties.

  • Garden care: Plant onion sets from mid-February to March, 15cm (6in) apart in rows 30cm (12in) apart. Lift the onions when they are mature and allow them to dry before using.

fennel 'Sweet Florence'

fennel

Ornamental and edible

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leek 'Giant Winter'

leek

An extremely hardy leek

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J. Arthur bowers sulphate of potash

J. Arthur bowers sulphate of potash

Ideal food for quality blooms and vegetables

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raised bed - extension kit

raised bed - extension kit

Double the size of your raised bed

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Mini raised bed

Mini raised bed

A smaller version of our very popular grow bed

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Raised bed

Raised bed

Made of recycled plastic these beds are perfect for raising a wide range of veg

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garlic 'Lautrec Wight'

garlic (hardneck) bulb

One of the favourites in France

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onion 'Sturon'

onion sets

A flavourful variety

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