Chillies

2022 Welcome to a New Year

Here we are in 2022 already, how time does fly! The last couple of years has seen a boom in growing and gardening as a result of lockdowns and COVI...
Chillies

2022 Welcome to a New Year

Here we are in 2022 already, how time does fly! The last couple of years has seen a boom in growing and gardening as a result of lockdowns and COVI...
Summer 2021 - In our garden

Summer 2021 - In our garden

We have a garden full of growing veg and lots of jobs to keep us pottering through summer. We’re not suffering from any gluts of anything so far, but have lots of little and often harvests of salad leavesspring onion and radishbeetroot, and a handful of courgettes so far. Salad seeds have been re-sown, so we can ensure successional produce in around 6 weeks’ time and we can keep doing this across the summer as long as the weather allows, as it can be too hot for germination too!
Tumbling Tomato Flower

From Spring and on into summer

Seeds to sow in June
As I write this at the end of May 2021, the weather has yet to show any sign of warming up. And don’t our plants and gardens know about it! Here in West Yorkshire May has been exceptionally soggy and very cold and lots of things have struggled to grow. Ne’er cast a clout ‘til May is out has never rung quite so true as in this year.
Looking for gardening gifts online? Get your twists and dibbers here!

Looking for gardening gifts online? Get your twists and dibbers here!

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Seeds to Sow has a range of gardening gifts to suit every budget and all items are easily posted. Why not treat the gardener or grower in your life...
Fruits of our labour

Fruits of our labour

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June has arrived already and after a very dry May we are already watering everything in our West Yorkshire garden and have watched some amazing gro...
5 of the healthiest vegetables to grow in your garden

5 of the healthiest vegetables to grow in your garden

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If, like us at Seeds to Sow, you are on a health kick to start the new year, then you may be interested in growing five of the healthiest vegetables that you can eat, right in your own garden. This will give you easy access to fresh healthy produce right at your door.