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A chilli collection as good to eat as it is to look at. These are elegant table top companions all summer and autumn, thriving on minimal TLC. Keep picking chillies and more flowers and fruits will form.
Grow your own classic mix for the ultimate ratatouille — with courgettes, aubergine, peppers (sweet and hot), red and orange tomatoes, all our tried and tasted, long-standing favourite varieties.
A brilliant mini cucumber, best eaten small. Perfect for crudités or quarter it lengthways for dipping into smoked mackerel pâté and hummus. It's easy to grow, absolutely delicious and very prolific. Hugely recommended.
Sweet cherry tomatoes in three sunset colours that each excelled in our trials here last summer. They look beautiful growing and picked to roast on the whole vine.
A really prolific and healthy variety with tasty, stringless beans which form above the leaves for easy harvesting.
The vegetable garden caviar, which tastes so much sweeter and lovelier if very freshly picked. If you have plenty of room, growing your own Asparagus is a must. Planting both of these varieties will maximise productivity, and extend the growing and harvesting season.
Strawberries are easy to grow in a variety of situations, and home-grown always seem to have the best flavour. These will fruit this year, and for many years after that.
To look wonderful in the garden and on the plate. If you grow your own courgettes you can pick them small and squeaky fresh and eat the flowers too. They look fantastic clambering over fences, frames and sheds.