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Recommendations for vegetable seed catalogues - fancy trying something different next year

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plantwoman Tue 29-Sep-09 12:56:31

It's all in the title, but I thought it would be better to order from catalogues that have been recommended rather than trawling through loads of them.
I don't want to grow anything massively unusual, just maybe varieties of potatoes that aren't always available at the garden centres, that sort of thing.

Barrelofloves Wed 30-Sep-09 04:22:19

Have you heard of the Henry Doubleday foundation? You become a member and then get seeds to try out for free, some are old varieties and you can report back on how well they're doing.

Also Moreveg who have small packets of about 25-50 seeds of unusual varieties for 50p. You can google them.

plantwoman Wed 30-Sep-09 12:25:22

Thanks - no i hadn't heard of them.
I have just seen my dads allotment association catalogue though which is quite good.

Horton Wed 30-Sep-09 13:40:24

This place is great and has lots of unusual stuff.

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