Please note there are small price increases due to our current climate.
All fertilizer’s, compost and plastics are up in price, as well as Gas & Electric.
• Onion seed as previous years, £5 per packet plus stamped addressed envelope. Approx seed count 70/80.
• Onion Plants, posted bare root when about 5/6” tall December to February. 20 plants £20 including post & package.
• Onion Plants in 7cm pots, collection only. £20 per 12 plants.
• Onion Plants in 1 litre pots collection only. £30 per 12 plants.
PLEASE NOTE THE ONLY PLANTS THAT CAN BE POSTED ARE FROM CELLS AND WILL BE POSTED BARE ROOT IN JANUARY & FEBRUARY.
All Leek Plant Prices are the same cost regardless of variety.
• From cells £20 plus £5 p&p for 15 plants.
ALL PLANTS IN ANY SIZE POT MUST BE COLLECTED FROM KIBBLESWORTH.
• 7cm pot size £25 per 12 plants.
• 11cm pot size £40 per 12 plants.
• 2 litre pot size £5 per plant.
• 3 litre pot size £6 per plant.
BLANCH LEEK VARIETIES: Blanch, Pendle Improved, RMG, Berwick and Welsh Seedling.
POT LEEK VARIETIES: Cumbrian, CSC (Cumbrian Sammy cross), JSN, Betty, Mick Woods.
Hi John just ordered some blanch leeks for the new year I am looking forward to growing them on in a grow tent in January for my local village show next August I am a enthusiast Gardner and grow some good produce . I grew some good heads of caulis this year average weight 7 pound including the framework I did harvest one nearly hitting the 9 pound mark cracking cauli variety Aviso gave the garden a good manure in the December along with lime and a top dressing of Perlka 3 weeks before I plant excellent for the brassica family hardly any clubroot at all I am looking to buy some onion seed John 5 pound a packet with you I can grow them in the grow tent from a November sowing his it ok if I send the cash with the SAE thanks butt
Hi John I live. In southern Ireland and since Brexit plants can not be sent to Ireland and as I would love to grow blanch leeks but can’t get them as grass I was wondering if you would have seed of any variety and I could try growing them on next year for grass .