Request the lastest catalogues and start planning for 2021!

There’s no time like the present to start preparing your garden for next year. These fantastic, free catalogues from some of the best seed and gardening suppliers have everything you’ll need to plan out your garden or allotment.

Kings Seeds

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Yet again Kings Seeds continues to offer you a great selection with many new introductions – all chosen for their outstanding garden performance. Today’s catalogue, compared with the company’s first in 1888, has vast ranges of vegetables, fruit and flowers.

Look through Kings’ sister company Suffolk Herbs’ section which has an amazing array of organic and unusual varieties. Seed quality is the company’s utmost priority.

It has its own well-equipped laboratory where its qualified technicians test all its seed for vigour, germination and purity. Kings Seeds feels sure that once you try its quality seed, you will never look back.

Request a free copy of its new 2021 catalogue online at www.kingsseeds.com or call 01376 570000.


Simpson’s Seeds

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Simpson’s Seeds has a large range of seeds and plug plants for the kitchen garden. This small family firm offers a very personal service and has a passion for flavour.

Its seed range includes lots of unusual tomatoes, chilli and sweet peppers. Customers can also ‘pick and mix’ from the plug plant range of aubergines, peppers, courgettes, cucumbers, melons, cape gooseberries, tomatoes and squash.

Visit www.simpsonsseeds.co.uk or telephone 01985 845004 for a catalogue.


D.T. Brown Seeds

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Request your FREE new season catalogue from D.T. Brown, the mail order fruit and vegetable specialists. New for 2021 are more than 25 seed varieties as well as a whole host of hardware items to make your next growing season the best so far!

Kingsland Wight is an exciting new autumn planting garlic introduction which is an outstanding garden performer and packed full of flavour.

There is an extended range of 99p seed packets and all seed orders come with FREE seed labels and FREE trial seed. There’s FREE p&p on all orders over £50.

To request your catalogue call 0845 371 0532 or visit dtbrownseeds.co.uk.


William James & Co

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William James & Co from Bridport, Dorset is a leading UK manufacturer and supplier of fruit cages, vegetable cages and garden netting. The company’s products are renowned for their quality and ability to protect fruit and vegetables from garden pests and birds.

On offer is a wide range of sizes to suit most gardens, allotments and commercial plots; as the company manufactures its products on site, it can also supply them in any size to meet individual requirements. 

Alongside netting and fruit cages, William James stocks a comprehensive range of grow-your-own and garden equipment including polytunnels, cloches, sheds, raised beds and garden tools. Free delivery on orders over £100. Gift vouchers are available.

Call 01308 425100 or email sales@wmjames.co.uk for a catalogue or visit www.wmjames.co.uk to see the full range and buy online – receive 10% off all fruit cages and netting by quoting 10cat20.


Mr Fothergill’s

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With more than 60 new and exclusive varieties for 2021, Mr Fothergill’s, the seed and plant expert, continues to deliver the widest range of seed in the UK, with many award-winning varieties and a new range of top-quality 99p seeds.

Request your new season seed and plant catalogue and discover your new favourites. Garlic Rose Wight is a great new autumn planting garlic which is packed full of strong intense flavour and is highly attractive with its beautiful rosy pink stripes. FREE p&p when you spend more than £50 and all seed orders come with two free seed packets.

To request your catalogue call 0845 371 0518 or visit mr-fothergills.co.uk.


Marshalls Garden

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With more than 60 years of expertise, Marshalls Garden is a one-stop shop where you can find all your gardening essentials, as well as expert horticultural advice under one roof.

Home to well-loved brands including Marshalls Seeds, Unwins and Birds & Bees, its autumn catalogue is hot off the press and has everything from brand new vegetable and flower seeds to delicious potatoes and other grow your own produce, as well as the latest varieties of plants, trees and shrubs.

For wildlife lovers, there’s also an extensive range of products from food and feeders to houses and habitats.

For your free catalogue, order on the website or call 0344 557 6700. Alternatively, a digital version is available at www.marshallsgarden.com.


Ken Muir

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Quality fruit suppliers. The company’s catalogue contains an extensive range of apple, pear, plum and cherries together with more unusual fruits such as mulberries, medlars, figs and nuts.

Ken Muir’s soft fruit range covers strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, grapes, currants and gooseberries, together with blueberries, cranberries and gardening accessories.

Visit www.kenmuir.co.uk or call 01255 830181 to receive your free catalogue.


W Robinson & Sons

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Established in 1860 and specialising in vegetables which taste as good as they look. The famous mammoth onions and leeks have been used by the keen exhibitor for more than 150 years.

New for 2021 are many varieties for both the experienced and the new vegetable grower including a range of tomato, pepper and aubergine seedlings.

W Robinson & Son (Seeds & Plants) Ltd can be found at Sunny Bank, Forton, nr Preston, PR3 0BN. ‘The Home of the Mammoth Onion’

The get your catalogue call 01524 791210 or email e.info@mammothonion.co.uk, find them on facebook.com/mammothvegetables or visit www.mammothonion.co.uk


Dobies

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With more than 125 years of gardening experience Dobies is proud to provide a fabulous selection across vegetable, fruit and flower seeds. If you’re one of the many new gardeners looking to grow your own, having recently gained an allotment or veg patch, look no further – all you need is right here.

Favourites and new additions joining the ‘Crimson family’ is the first fully blight-resistant plum tomato – ‘Crimson Plum F1’, perfect with new basil – ‘Everleaf Emerald Towers’. New flowers include award-winning calendula ‘Bulls Eye’ and primrose ‘Amore’ in tutti-frutti shades.

View our organic range or the Rob Smith range, which introduces heritage tomatoes in cordon varieties with tomato ‘Bloody Butcher’ and nasturtium seed ‘Baby Orange’, the perfect companion for any veg patch. New seed is available online from September for a plot-to-plate extravaganza!

Check out their new seeds at www.dobies/newseeds2021 or get your catalogue here www.dobies/onlinecatalogue. Or if you prefer a free printed catalogue call 0344 967 0303.


CJ Wildlife

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With 30 years’ experience in developing wildlife products, CJ Wildlife knows quality matters when it comes to attracting and caring for the important wildlife in your garden.

The company’s catalogues are packed with hints, tips and a range of its best-selling and new products complementing the huge variety of bird feeders, food, nest boxes and wildlife habitats, plants and wildlife-themed gifts available online. The new catalogue becomes available from mid-September 2020.

Call Freephone 0800 731 2820 or visit www.birdfood.co.uk for your catalogue,


Suttons

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Supplying seed since 1858 to the royal households, Suttons is proud to have a royal warrant. Suttons seed catalogue for the 2021 season brings together the very best gardening products, a comprehensive seed selection across flowers, fruit and vegetables, easy-to-grow varieties for beginners and firm favourites for hardy gardeners.

It will be hard for any veg grower to resist the new striking two-tone Swiss chard ‘Peppermint’ or the new addition to the ‘Crimson family’, the blight-resistant tomato ‘Crimson Cherry F1’.

There are exciting new fruits with Nordic favourites perfect for sauces, juices and jams and container varieties – so regardless of space, everyone can grow. Surprises await with the fun-to-grow bath time luffa and ‘Snobaby’ popcorn!

New varieties are available to purchase online from September. You’ll find all you need here www.suttons/newseeds2021 or you can get the catalogue here www.suttons/onlinecatalogue. Or if you prefer a free printed catalogue, call 0344 326 2200.


Gardening Naturally

Gardening Naturally catalogue cover

Gardening Naturally is a family-run business based in the Cotswolds. It provides a lovely range of netting, fleece, fruit and vegetable cages, traps and barriers which help gardeners to grow fruit and vegetables free from insect damage.

Everything is easy to use and there is always help available online or at the end of a telephone if you need it Order a catalogue and take a look. Gardening Naturally can be found at Cirencester Road, Chalford, Stroud, GL6 8PE.

Call 01285 760505 or email sales@gardening-naturally.com to get your catalogue. You can also get your catalogue online at www.gardening-naturally.com.


Organic Gardening

The annual Organic Gardening Catalogue for 2021 features the very best products for the organic gardener. Providing everything you need there is a diverse selection of seed across flower, vegetable and fruit. Also, a selection of bulbs and plants to include grafted varieties and those perfect for companion planting.

There’s natural growing aids, tools and supplies having all been produced with our environment in mind which contributes towards a healthy ecosystem.

Our extensive collection of organic seed is free from chemicals, includes 11 new and inspiring introductions for 2021 as well as all your favourites, exciting new heritage varieties for a taste of the yesteryear and an AAS award winning lettuce saved from the brink of distinction.

Our new catalogue encompasses everything to support and maintain your journey towards a sustainable and organic future. Find it at www.organiccatalogue.com.

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