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Want to give your garden a boost, but unsure of what to pick up? Have no fear! We've arranged all of our plant seeds in one place! This way, you can see exactly what's on offer, without the risk of missing anything. Whether you're looking to spruce up your growing space with colourful flowers or want to cultivate your own fruits and vegetables, we've got you covered.

With seeds catering for all experience levels and environments, you're sure to find at least one product that meets your needs and preferences. While certain varieties require a more hands-on approach, plenty of others offer a relaxed and easygoing cultivation experience. So, if you're thinking of getting into gardening, or rekindling a passion, let Zamnesia's Plantshop guide you to great plants that will flourish in no time.

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Mallow (Malva sylvestris) Seeds

The mallow, or Malva sylvestris as it's otherwise known, is a plant that's commonly found in the warmer climes of Iran and North Africa. However, now you can grow this colourful companion at home. Sow these seeds in April, and you'll see that come September, you'll have some fully formed flowers at your disposal. Mallow is a particular favourite for use in soups.

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Garlic Chives (Allium tuberosum) Seeds

Also referred to as Chinese chives and oriental garlic, garlic chives are a tasty herb with flavours reminiscent of its namesake. It's used in a wide variety of dishes, such as fish, salads, and soups. Before using them, though, you'll need to grow them! An easy affair, you can grow garlic chives both indoors and outdoors. Just give them moist soil and regular light, and watch them thrive.

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Amsoi Red (Brassica juncea var.rugosa) Seeds

Amsoi, also known as Indian Mustard, has a spicy flavour making it ideal for use in salads and Asian cuisine. Able to be cultivated in both indoor and outside environments, amsoi is highly resilient and can withstand frost and colder climes effortlessly, making it a great choice for all levels of growers. Quick to grow and can be harvested many times.

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Horned Melon (Cucumis metuliferus) Seeds

Looks can be deceiving with this prickly fruit. It might look a little intimidating, but it's what's inside that counts. The Kiwano houses a sweet taste that's reminiscent of lemons and bananas. Perfect for fruit salads and desserts. Start your plants out in a greenhouse and then place them outside for full sun. A little hands-on grow-wise but manageable, it needs a warm climate or...

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Lemon Apple Cucumber (Cucumis sativus) Seeds

Perfect for salads, the lemon apple cucumber has a slightly sweet flavour that's refreshing and moreish. All it takes is a little gardening know-how, and you'll have some fantastic fruits at your disposal. Get the seeds started under glass, and allow the plants to flourish until late summer. Then, you can harvest and enjoy the yellow, apple-shaped fruits of your labour. Delicious!

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Bitter Gourd (Momordica charantia) Seeds

The bitter gourd, otherwise known as bitter melon or balsam pear, is a fruit that originally comes from Africa and Asia. However, now you can grow it right at home! Start it off in a greenhouse or indoors for 4 weeks, then move it outdoors to flourish in the summer months. Typically, it'll be ready to harvest come October. Pair it with fish or meat, and you simply can't go wrong.

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Tomatillo (Physalis ixocarpa) Seeds

The Tomatillo or Mexican Husk Tomato dates back to the pre-Columbian era. It produces a spherical fruit with a green/purplish colour that looks similar to tomatoes but has a different flavour and texture. Tomatillo seeds are best sown indoors, and plants can be brought outside in Spring after the last frost. Tomatillo plants like well-draining soil, full sun, and regular organic...

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Japanese Flower Carpet Seeds

Give your garden a burst of colour with Japanese flower carpet seeds. Ideal for flowerbeds or rows, sow seeds in April, and come summer, you'll see the fruits of your labour. Generally low-maintenance, just ensure the flowers are regularly watered and can flourish in the sun, and they'll bloom effortlessly, allowing you to enjoy all the colour and vibrancy they provide.

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Butterfly Flower Seed Mix

This seed mix contains seeds from a variety of vibrant flower species and has been specially formulated to attract butterflies into your garden or home and add a wild touch. Sow the seeds from early to late Spring outdoors directly where you want the flower to grow. All the flower varieties in this seed pack are annuals, like full-sun, and can be grown in the ground or pots/garden beds.

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Scented Garden Flower Mix

Consisting of 15 flower varieties, this mix of seeds provides the perfect way to add fragrant aromas and a bevy of beautiful colours to your garden. Effortless to grow and resilient, simply sow your seeds in a place of your choosing, provide sufficient water, sun, and warmth, and they'll flourish with the greatest of ease. Thanks to their great aromas, insects will do the work of...

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Edible Flower Mix Seeds

Ideal for garnishing dishes and adding beauty to any garden, this Edible Flower Mix is just the ticket. Consisting of a selection of edible flowers such as Althea rosea, borage, Viola, and Aztec marigold, among others, sow the seeds in early March and provide regular sunlight, water, and upkeep. Soon, you'll be rewarded with a bevy of beautiful flowers you can use however you’d like.

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Red Coreopsis (Coreopsis tinctoria) Semi-Tall

Give your garden some deep red hues with Red Coreopsis (Coreopsis tinctoria) seeds. These massively resilient and robust flowers make the perfect addition to any garden. Suitable for home growers and gardening experts alike, these tough plants can withstand pretty much any environment, and require little in the way of maintenance. Plant, and go!

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Cornflower 'Mixed' (Centaurea cyanus) Seeds

With an abundance of purple, blue, pink, and white hues, the cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) is one of the best options for brightening up your garden. Pleasing to the eye but overall undemanding, these plants will appeal to gardeners of all skill levels. Whether planted in borders or as wildflowers, these flowers will attract bees and other beneficial insects to your garden.

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Forget-me-not 'Indigo Blue' (Myosotis alpestris) Seeds

A truly unforgettable flower, the forget-me-not, otherwise known as Myosotis alpestris, is a plant that's native to Europe and is a vibrant blue flower that's suitable for any garden. Sow them in open ground in July and let them flourish in a shady spot. Keep the ground moist throughout the growing cycle, and you'll be rewarded with a bevvy of beautiful flowers to brighten up your garden or...

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Summer Flowers Seed Mixture

The Summer Flowers Mixture features a wide variety of flower seeds that will brighten up any garden you place them in. Sow them in early April, and by the time summer rolls around, your garden will be hugely colourful, vibrant and aromatic. Once fully grown, you can marvel at your handiwork and enjoy the fruits of your labour. With little upkeep required, they are ideal for all—including...

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Organic Flower Seed Mix for Bees

Give both yourself and the bees a treat with our Organic Flower Mix for Bees. This seed mix contains nectar-centralised species of flowers that are irresistible to bees. Not only serving for pollination, but the flowers are also great looking and aromatic too. Bound to spruce up any garden space effortlessly. Sow them in April and allow the plants to flourish all summer. It really is that...

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Wildflowers Seed Mixture

Upgrade your garden with this fine selection of wildflower seeds. This mixture of both annual and perennial flowers means that your garden is completely cared for, for the entirety of the year and well beyond. All varieties have been carefully chosen to provide the finest colours and aromas that are eye-catching not only to humans but also butterflies, bees and a host of other insects.

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Corn Poppy 'Single Red' (Papaver rhoeas) Seeds

Add some colour to your garden with these bright red poppies. Sow seeds in late spring and watch them flourish. Come June–September, you'll be met with beautiful deep red hues. Low-maintenance and accessible to all levels, just give them plenty of light, warmth, and water.

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Cornflower 'Blue Ball' (Centaurea cyanus) Seeds

The Blue Ball cornflower is a great-looking flower that's ideal for a whole host of gardening set-ups. Sow the seeds directly into the ground in a place of your choosing in late spring, and they'll mostly take care of themselves throughout the summer. Without much needed in the way of maintenance, these flowers undoubtedly appeal to all levels of expertise. Colourful and vibrant, perfect for...

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Nasturtium 'Single Flowered' (Tropaeolum majus) Seeds

Boasting deep red, orange, and yellow hues, nasturtium flowers are surrounded by rich green leaves, making for a visually appealing plant. Able to reach heights of around 3m, this climbing plant is ideal for walled gardens and spacious areas. Not only boasting great looks, the flowers are also edible, making a vibrant addition to various dishes.

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Prickly Pack - Mescaline Cacti Seeds

This variety pack of cactus seeds contains everything you need to start cultivating your own mescaline cacti at home! There are numerous species of mescaline-containing cacti, and each one has a slightly different combination of alkaloids, giving each distinct effects. With this pack, you have a range of mescaline cactus seeds to experiment with.

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Dorset Naga Black Seeds

If you want serious heat, it's hard to beat the Dorset Naga Black chilli. Reaching up to 800,000 Scoville heat units, this chilli is so hot that it's actually dangerous for the uninitiated! Nevertheless, if you've got a taste for spice and want to take things to the next level, look no further.

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Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) Seeds

Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) was once the hottest chilli in the world. With a rating of around 1 million Scoville heat units, you've got to be pretty tough to handle them. But we think you can do it. Get some today!

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Jamaican Bell Cambuci Seeds

These chillies have a good heat, but aren't ridiculously hot. Perfect for spicing up a meal, while adding a bit of flavour, these unusually shaped chillies start mild at the bottom and get hotter as you move up. There's something for everyone!

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Habanero Mixture Seeds

These mixed Habanero seeds range from medium heat to fairly hot, and feature a variety of satisfying, sweet flavours. This makes them the perfect accompaniment to many different cuisines, especially those of South and Central America. Grow your own now!

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Habanero Orange Seeds

These chillies are deliciously tasty and devilishly hot. Popular the world over for their versatility and quality, get some in your garden and you certainly won't regret it!

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Cayenne Long Slim Seeds

These Cayenne Long Slims are highly popular chillies for cooking. With a medium heat level, around 30–50K Scoville heat units, they are versatile and delicious. Moreover, they are known to be very easy to grow, offering great yields in a range of conditions.

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Biquinho Seeds

These chillies are super mild, rating only 500-1,000 SHU. This means they are perfect for those with a very low spice tolerance, or just lovers of salad who want to give it a little bit of edge. Couple that with a relatively rapid growth, and you get a chilli well suited to beginners.

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Serrano Seeds

This chilli strikes a perfect balance between heat, flavour, and versatility. Highly popular in Mexico, it can make a meal super hot, or just add a little bit of lift, depending on how much you add. For those who want an all-rounder in the garden, the Serrano chilli is hard to beat!

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Jalapeño M Seeds

These chillies are great as a topping or as an ingredient in various dishes. They offer continuous harvests and simply taste incredible. Both growing and eating Jalapeños is a rewarding experience. So what are you waiting for?

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Anaheim Chilli Seeds

These chillies are some of the coolest you can get. Perhaps this means they are not as exciting as some other options, but it makes them incredibly versatile. Consider putting them in a refreshing salsa verde or simply using them to add the smallest amount of heat to a meal. Great for everyone.

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Soybean 'Edamame Green Shell' (Glycine max) Seeds

Perfect in Asian cuisines and as a healthy snack, edamame has plenty of uses. You'll be pleased to know that it's also pretty easy to cultivate from home too! Get plants started indoors or in a greenhouse in early May, and then once the seedlings are big enough, move them outdoors to soak up the sunlight and warmth. Come October, you'll have a bevy of soybeans ready to go.

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Basil 'Dark Opal' (Ocimum basilicum) Seeds

Like normal basil, Dark Opal basil is best sown indoors. Keep your seedlings on a warm windowsill as they develop their roots and first leaves, then bring them outside in mid/late spring. Like most herbs, basil likes well-draining soil and partial shade/full sun, and is best watered sparingly (in the morning to give the roots time to dry). Use in a variety of cuisines and as a natural...

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Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) Seeds

Hyssop, or Hyssopus officinalis, is part of the mint family and traditionally found in southern Europe and the Middle East. This shrub is quick to grow and needs to be sown in moist soil under full sun in the early summer months of June onward. With harvests as early as August, the flowers and leaves of this plant have a range of culinary and holistic uses worth exploring.

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Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) Seeds

Cumin needs long, hot seasons to produce seeds to propagate and use in cooking. Start your seedlings off early (4 weeks before the last frost), and bring them outside once temperatures sit above 15°C. Grow your plants in full sun and water sparingly. They'll begin flowering in mid-summer and be harvest-ready after roughly 120 days. Use dried cumin seeds to season meats, stews, curries, and...

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Aztec Tobacco AKA Mapacho (Nicotiana rustica) 20 seeds

Aztec Tobacco (nicotina rustica), also known as Mapacho, is a wild tobacco plant from the southern part of Mexico and the Yucatan peninsula. What makes this tobacco variety different from others is its strength. This tobacco can have up to twenty times more nicotine than regular tobacco. With our fresh Mapacho seeds you can now grow your own Mapacho tobacco plants at home!

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Velvet bean | Mucuna pruriens

The Velvet bean (Mucuna pruriens) is a tropical plant that has long been used in many cultures around the world.

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Bolivian Torch (Echinopsis lageniformis) 20 seeds

The Bolivian Torch (Echinopsis lageniformis) is one of the psychedelic cacti of South America that plays an important role in Shamanic rituals. It is similar in appearance to the San Pedro cactus but with fewer and wider ribs. Like the San Pedro cactus, the Bolivian Torch contains a number of psychoactive alkaloids including the powerful psychedelic compound Mescaline.

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Khat (Catha edulis) 10 seeds

Khat (Qat aka “Flower of Paradise”) is an evergreen shrub that is native to Arabia and East Africa. In these regions of the world, Khat is cultivated and widely consumed as a chew because of the plant’s effect that can cause slight excitement and euphoria. With our fresh Khat seeds you can grow your own genuine Khat plants easily at home!

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Morning Glory (Ipomoea tricolor) 10 grams

The Morning Glory vine was favoured by the ancient Maya civilisation thanks to its "heavenly blue" appearance and abundance of the psychedelic tryptamine lysergic acid amide (LSA). Once used ceremonially, its seeds are now available to buy from Zamnesia.

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Peruvian Torch (Echinopsis peruviana) 20 seeds

Echinopsis peruviana, better known as the Peruvian Torch cactus is another of the hallucinogenic cacti that is native to South America. The Peruvian Torch contains the psychoactive alkaloid mescaline which makes for powerful, altered states of consciousness. With our fresh Peruvian Torch (Trichocereus peruvianus) seeds you can now grow this sacred cactus easily at home.

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Peyote (Lophophora williamsii) 20 seeds

With our freshly harvested high quality Lophophora williamsii (Peyote) seeds you can now grow your own Peyote cacti at home. As compared to fully grown Peyote cacti plants, cultivating your own Peyote can be more economic because you can grow them at relatively low cost. Plus, being able to watch your Peyote seeds grow to full-grown flowering plants can make for a fascinating hobby all on...

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San Pedro (Echinopsis pachanoi) 20 seeds

Echinopsis pachanoi, the original San Pedro cactus is one of the sacred cacti of South America. For centuries, this cactus has played an important role in Shamanic culture. The cactus is a native to Bolivia and contains psychoactive compounds, the most important one Mescaline. With our fresh Echinopsis pachanoi (San Pedro) seeds you can now easily grow your own San Pedro cacti at home!

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Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) 20 seeds

Christopher Columbus, when he set out to find the New World was the first Westerner that came in contact with a plant that the natives called Tobacco. The peoples of the newly discovered land dried the leaves, lit them and engaged in a strange ritual of “smoking” for recreational purposes. Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) is now cultivated everywhere and you too can grow Tobacco with our fresh...

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Echinopsis macrogona (Trichocereus macrogonus) 20 seeds

Echinopsis macrogona (AKA Trichocereus macrogonus) is a sacred cactus that has a long history of being used in shamanic rituals in Middle and South America. Like the Peruvian torch cactus, Echinopsis macrogona contains mescaline which gives it powerful psychedelic and hallucinogenic properties. With the Echinopsis macrogona seeds available at Zamnesia you can now grow this sacred cactus at...

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Hawaiian Baby Woodrose Madagascar (Argyreia nervosa) (10 seeds)

Due to popular demand, we've added this Madagascar variety of Hawaiian Baby Woodrose Seeds, which is reportedly stronger than other varieties.

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Poppy (Papaver somniferum) Seeds

Poppy (Papaver somniferum) is the plant from which opium, morphine, and heroin are made. The poppy seeds themselves don’t contain any alkaloids. With Zamnesia Poppy Seeds, you can grow your own poppy plants at home with ease!

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California Poppy (Eschscholzia californica) 100 seeds

California poppy makes a stunning addition to many ornamental gardens, earning attention due to its bright and vibrant orange shades.

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Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

Hawaiian baby woodrose (Argyreia nervosa) is a perennial climbing vine with large heart-shaped leaves and white trumpet-shaped flowers. Originally native to India, it now grows around the world, including Hawaii. Its large furry seeds grow in seedpods and contain the psychedelic LSA.

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Black Oil Plant Seeds (Celastrus paniculatus) 5 grams

Celastrus paniculatus, also known as Black oil plant, climbing staff tree and intellect tree is a woody, fruit-bearing vine from India.

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Sweet Basil (Ocimum basilicum) Buddy Pack

Sweet basil loves a warm sunny spot and will reward you with lush green foliage during the warm months.

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Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) Buddy Pack

Lemon Balm is an infinitely useful companion plant for cannabis. Vigorous and easy to grow it is a beneficial addition to any herb garden.

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Dill (Anethum graveolens) Buddy Pack

Dill will keep spider mites away from your weed and make you a star in the kitchen. Easy to grow and a good companion to most plants.

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Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) Buddy Pack

Ornate and one of the great attractors Yarrow adds a mad splash of colour and a bug barrier of superb strength and reliability. Easy to grow and wonderfully beneficial to any companion garden.

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Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) Buddy Pack

Hardy and easy to grow or transplant the small and pretty Chamomile plant strengthens growth of neighbouring plants and is an ancient folk medicine.

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Borage (Borago officinalis) Buddy Pack

Borage adds vitamins and minerals to the soil medium as it grows. You will get fat strawberries and fatter buds companion lanting with Borage.

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Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) Buddy Pack

For thousands of years Coriander has been a medicine of renown and a favourite spice throughout recorded history. Coriander keeps pests at bay and enhances healthy growth of neighbouring species.

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Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) Buddy Pack

A principal therapy in the human apothecary for millenia, lavender doubles as a hardy companion plant that fills the air with a delicious fragrance that attracts bees and other cannabis buddies.

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Peppermint (Mentha piperita) Buddy Pack

Peppermint should be on your top ten cannabis companion and infinitely useful plant list. A jug of mojitos just wouldn't be the same without a handful of home grown crushed peppermint.

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Chervil (Anthriscus cerefolium) Buddy Pack

Chervil is a shade loving annual that produces umbels of delicate white and pale magenta flowers. Chervil imparts vigour to its neighbouring plants including cannabis and is a useful culinary herb.

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White Clover (Trifolium repens) Buddy Pack

White Clover carpets accompanied by buzzing bees and flirting butterflies will help fix nitrogen in your soil. Cannabis and the other companion plants respond with vigorous green growth when White Clover is used as a companion plant.

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Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) Buddy Pack

Red Clover is a well respected companion plant on the farm and in the backyard. Fixing atmospheric nitrogen for slow release later is its speciality while creating a carpet of living mulch.

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Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) Buddy Pack

Alfalfa fixes nitrogen, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium and can be made into a sprayable tonic that encourages growth in other species of plants including cannabis.

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Marigold (Calendula officinalis) Buddy Pack

Marigolds are a growth booster for surrounding plants and deter a host of bugs from your precious cannabis while displaying showy orange flowers.

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Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) Buddy Pack

A motif recognized worldwide, the sunflower is really thousands of smaller flowers all arranged in a pretty pattern designed to attract insects. It is ideal as a companion plant for cannabis.

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Cerastium (Cerastium biebersteinii) Buddy Pack

Quite tough as an edge plant and eager to spread and be a complete ground cover, Cerastium is an ideal choice when planning your organic cannabis garden.

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Buddy Mix Pack DEFENDER

These companion plants will work to defend your grow in several ways. They do keep some marauders away on their own. Even better? They also attract insects and bugs that defend your cannabis.

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Buddy Mix Pack SCARE

This collection of companions will literally scare the “baddies” away. Most of these plants have either a high odour or emit oils that literally act as a natural insect repellent. Plant them together around your cannabis for a colourful but protective garden.

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Klip Dagga (Leonotis nepetifolia) Seeds

Native to Africa and Southern India, klip dagga is a colourful plant with a unique appearance. Fortunately, it's also pretty simple to grow. Sow the seeds indoors at the end of April in moist soil, and keep the same conditions until they germinate. Then, move them outside so they can flourish. Provide them with plenty of light and warmth, and harvest leaves and flowers when ready.

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Alpine Strawberry - Yellow Cream (Fragaria vesca) Seeds

Easy to look after, Alpine Strawberry prefers sunny balconies, windowsills or garden beds. Germinate indoors. Scatter your seeds on the surface of the soil as they need light. Lightly cover with soil and keep moist with a spray bottle. Seeds need 3–4 weeks to sprout and once they have 4 leaves, they can be transplanted into rich soil and placed outside. Expect fruit same or following year.

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Grandian Strawberry F1 (Fragaria x ananassa) Seeds

Few things are as rewarding as picking your own strawberries. These Granadian F1 strawberries produce large, plump, and deliciously sweet fruits. Start them off early in a protected seedbed when temperatures reach 20°C and transplant them into large pots or an open field in early summer. Pick your berries when they're plump and red, and resow your seeds every year.

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Hanging Strawberries (Fragaria x ananassa) Seeds

Fragaria x ananassa is a variety of strawberry that produces long tendrils and beautiful cascades of red, fragrant fruit. Plant seeds in hanging baskets, raised beds, or boxes in fertile soil, and position in a sunny spot. Press seeds slightly with your hand into the soil. Keep plants well-watered, soaking the ground thoroughly every 2–3 days, taking rainfall and temperature into...

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Kiwi (Actinidia deliciosa) Seeds

Germinate seeds in a clear ziplock bag on a damp paper towel. Keep in a warm place until seeds sprout (2 weeks approx.), then put into small pots. Seedlings like a warm, sunny environment and slightly acidic soil. After 3–4 months they can be transplanted into bigger pots or garden beds outside. Kiwi is a vine, so prepare to train and support plants as they grow. Plants bear fruit after 4–6...

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Ground Cherry (Physalis peruviana) Seeds

Also known as the Cape gooseberry, Ph. peruviana is native to Chile and Peru, where it is commonly called aguaymanto, uvilla, or uchuva. A member of the Nightshade family, the Ground Cherry produces sweet fruits in a papery husk. Propagate these seeds indoors in early spring, then bring plants outside in early summer. Their fruit is ripe once it falls from the plant and can be eaten raw.

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Winter Squash Baby Bear (Cucurbita maxima) Seeds

Baby Bear Winter Squash (Cucurbita maxima) is a must-have for every veggie patch. Germinate your seeds indoors and bring them outside in the spring. Plant Baby Bear squash in soil with plenty of manure or compost to ensure healthy growth and the production of large, sweet fruit. Use tutors, stakes, or trellises to grow Baby Bear Squash vertically in smaller spaces.

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Winter Squash Sweet Dumpling (Cucurbita pepo) Seeds

Sweet Dumpling is a delicious variety of winter squash (Cucurbita pepo) with a hard, cream-coloured rind and tender, sweet flesh. Growing to roughly the size of a grapefruit, Sweet Dumpling squash make a great addition to any veggie patch. Start seedlings off indoor in late winter or directly outdoors in early spring. Like other squashes, plant Sweet Dumpling squash in highly fertile soil.

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Atlantic Giant Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima) Seeds

Try your hand at growing Atlantic Giant Pumpkin which can weigh 100kg and more. This vegetable thrives in warm and sunny spots, and you can sow your seeds indoors in mid-spring or early summer outdoors. Ensure your plants have fertile soil and are sheltered from cold winds and you will be able to sit back and watch this vigorous grower. Harvest in September/October, right for Halloween!

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Onion - Rijnsburger 5 (Allium cepa) Seeds

If there's a vegetable that has got to be a staple in every kitchen, it is the noble onion (Allium cepa). For the best results, start onions off indoors during late winter, and trim their tips when they're about 7–8cm long. Bring them outside in spring to grow in the sun till the end of summer, when they'll start focusing their energy on bulb production.

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Onion de Paris (Allium cepa) Seeds

How do you get your hands on some great-tasting onions? Easy, simply sow these seeds in early Spring under glass and then move them outside in late April. This will give them plenty of time over the summer to mature and be ready for the picking! These onions are perfect for pickling or including as tiny veg on your plate or as part of a summer salad. The options are plentiful, and so is the...

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Broccoli Marathon F1 (Brassica oleracea) Seeds

Marathon F1 Broccoli (Brassica oleracea) seeds produce hardy plants that yield large, tender, and delicious Broccoli heads. Start your seeds in early to mid-spring for a summer crop, and in late summer for an autumn harvest. Remember that broccoli likes full sun but hates the heat, which causes it to bold and produce flowers rather than luscious heads.

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Sweet Pointed Pepper Palladio F1 (Capsicum annuum) Seeds

Get these bright yellow beauties going from mid-March, and give them plenty of light, sun and moist soil, and they'll flawlessly perform. These sweet and mild peppers will be ready come late Summer. They require very little in the way of maintenance and are extremely versatile. Whether you add them to salad, tacos or any other savoury dish, these yellow peppers are sure to brighten your...

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Sweet Pointed Pepper Kapiya (Capsicum annuum) Seeds

Looking for something genuinely vibrant both in colour and flavour? Allow us to introduce the Sweet Pointed Pepper Kapiya. It's believed this pepper is originally from Bulgaria but has been used widely throughout Europe and the rest of the world. Sow these seeds in early Spring and repot as soon as the first leaves appear. Move the plants outside and let them flourish until October.

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Paprika Purple Bell (Capsicum annuum) Seeds

Add some vibrant violet colours to your garden! Paprika Purple Bell is the way to go. Get these seeds sown and started under glass between March and May, and you'll be greeted with a bevvy of purple peppers come summertime. Just house them in moist soil with a consistent temperature of around 20-25°C; you can't go wrong. With sweet flavours, they make the perfect addition to all kinds of...

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Telegraph Cucumber (Cucumis sativus) Seeds

There's nothing quite like the refreshing flavours of cucumbers. Whether added to salads or as a snack, Telegraph Cucumber (Cucumis sativus) is one versatile veg. Get these seeds started under glass from mid-March, provide some maintenance and upkeep, and come Summer, you'll have plenty of cucumbers to get your fill of. Leave around 40cm between plants and provide moist soil, and you're...

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Kalimero F1 Snack Cucumber (Cucumis sativus) Seeds

Whether pickled, as part of a salad or just a healthy treat, our Kalimero F1 Snack Cucumber is an incredibly simple veg to cultivate, not to mention extremely fast too! Get them going indoors around March and bring them outside for them to flourish over Summer. They're so quick to grow that you can actually get a few harvests from the same plant at the end of Summer. Versatile and...

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Pole Bean Neckarkönigin (Phaseolus vulgaris) Seeds

For an effortless growing project, look no further than Pole Bean Neckarkönigin (Phaseolus vulgaris). Sow these seeds directly into the ground in mid-May and let them do their thing. All it takes is a little maintenance, sunlight and moist soil, and this plant will perform. Able to produce plenty of veggies with very minimal effort makes Pole Bean an excellent choice for all growers.

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Broad Bean Leidse Hangers (Vicia faba) Seeds

Broad beans are not only delicious but also super healthy. This fast-growing and resistant variety can be planted in early spring or fall and produce plentiful harvests of long, sweet beans filled with 5-6 pods. Blanched, stir-fried, or in soups and stews, these delicious beans make a great addition to a variety of meals. Plus, they can also be frozen fresh and keep for months in the...

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Carolina Reaper Seeds

"The world's hottest chilli" is all you really need to know about the Carolina Reaper. Scoring between 1.5 and 2.2 million Scoville heat units, these chillies are ridiculously, dangerously hot. Proceed with caution!

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Garden Peas (Pisum sativum) Seeds

Sow these delicious peas in early to mid-spring directly outdoors. These hardy plants will grow roughly 150cm tall with many tendrils, so they're best supported with trellises and stakes. Harvest your peas while they are still juicy and enjoy them fresh or cooked in everything from salads and stir-fries to soups and stews.

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Cucumber Bella F1 (Cucumis sativus) Seeds

Bella F1 cucumber seeds (Cucumis sativus) produce long, sweet, and crisp fruit and are resistant to mildew. Start seeds outdoors in early-mid Spring and remember to water your plants generously while taking care not to wet their leaves (which attracts moulds and other pathogens). Use trellises to support the long vines and save space, and enjoy continuous harvest all throughout summer.

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Blue Podded Pea (Pisum sativum) Seeds

These veggies are ideal for all kinds of dishes and deliver great flavours each time. Growing the Blue Podded Pea is also a cinch, regardless of your environment. Sow the seeds as early as February and watch as they flourish through to June-July. Once at this stage, they're ready for the picking. Just be sure to keep the soil moist but not overly and provide plenty of light. You can't lose.

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Carrot - Interceptor F1 (Daucus carota) Seeds

These slimline carrots make for a healthy snack and have a sweet, satisfying taste. What's more, is that these seeds are effortless to cultivate and are unlikely to give even the most novice of growers a hard time. Sow these seeds directly into the ground and provide them with a little maintenance and upkeep and they'll deliver a bevvy of bright orange beauties come July-October. Perfect.

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Purple Haze F1 Carrot (Daucus carota L.) Seeds

Get yourself in a purple haze with these plum-coloured carrots! Purple on the outside and orange in the centre, these veggies are certainly eye-catching, but they're also sweet and suitable for salads, as a side or as a snack. They're versatile not just in the kitchen but in the garden too. Sow these easygoing seeds directly into the ground and let them soak up the sun and warmth until...

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Carrot Amsterdamse Bak 2 (Daucus carota) Seeds

Getting your hands on some sweet, delicious carrots has never been easier with our Carrot Amsterdamse Bak 2 (Daucus carota) Seeds. Start these seeds off under glass indoors in early Spring and then move outdoors so they can soak up the warmth and light that Summer provides. Just ensure they're well looked after, and they can't do you wrong. Enjoy large yields of sweet-tasting carrots come...

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Yellowstone F1 Carrot (Daucus carota) Seeds

Add some bright yellow magic to your garden with these Yellowstone F1 Carrot (Daucus carota) Seeds. Simply sow these seeds directly into the ground in March and keep the soil moist throughout their growing cycle. When August rolls around, you'll be met with a whole bunch of yellow carrots that are perfect for a wide variety of dishes and meals. What could be better than that?

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Pumpkin Uchiki Kuri (Cucurbita maxima) Seeds

Uchiki Kuri, also known as Red Kuri, is a bright orange squash variety. Seeds can be sown in spring outdoors directly in seed beds. Mature plants like rich organic soil, so prepare the soil with compost or manure or fertilize regularly. Besides being very decorative, Uchiki Kuri squash boasts sweet flesh that goes great in sweet and savoury recipes.

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Barley - Cat Grass (Hordeum vulgare) Seeds

Barley - Cat Grass (Hordeum vulgare) Seeds are, as the name suggests, purrfect for your cat. It works as a digestive aid for them and may also prevent hairballs! The plant is effortless to grow and care for and can be sown between the months of April and September. Pick a light spot for them to flourish in, but ensure it doesn't get too much direct sunlight. This is one fast plant to grow!

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Pumpkin Jack O' Lantern (Cucurbita pepo) Seeds

Bred especially to be carved into Jack O' Lanterns, this beautiful orange, oblong Cucurbita pepo variety produces pumpkins that are very decorative yet still tasty, too. Sow your Jack O' Lantern seeds indoors in late winter, or directly outside in early spring. Like other pumpkin varieties, Jack O' Lanterns are best grown in fertile soil with stakes or trellises to accommodate their long...

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Dwarf Pepper 'Mixed' (Capsicum annuum) Seeds

Add some colour to your home! These peppers aren't really suitable to eat due to their acquired taste that isn't super flavourful. But what they lack in flavour, they more than makeup for their outstanding appearance. Simply pot these seeds indoors in February and let them flourish throughout the year as they showcase massively appealing red and yellow colours, brightening any space.

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Coffee Plant (Coffea arabica nana) Seeds

Ever wanted to grow your own coffee plant but thought it was a tall order? These Coffee Plant (Coffea arabica nana) Seeds make for the perfect home-growing project. This plant is simple to grow and can be cultivated year-round; all it takes is 50 days of gemination. This plant makes for a showstopping feature in your home and if grown right, has the potential to produce berries.

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Cacti Mix (Ferocactus wislizeni) Seeds

Grow cacti from seed all year round with our Cacti Mix (Ferocactus wislizeni) Seeds. Soak your seeds for a day and sow indoors by sprinkling over the soil and gently pressing into it. Maintain moist for germination and place the pot or container in a warm spot. Be patient, as cacti take time to germinate and grow. Cultivators recommend adding sterilised perlite to your soil mix.

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Coleus - Rainbow Mixed (Coleus blumei) Seeds

Rainbow coleus adds lively colour to the home throughout all the seasons. Start these vigorous Coleus seeds off indoors in trays using well-draining, moist soil. Transplant your coleus plants to larger flower pots once they are 5-6cm tall. While the are intended to be grown indoors, Coleus blumei plants can be brought outside into a sunny spot during summer.

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Sensitive Plant (Mimosa pudica) Seeds

Known by many different names, including the Sensitive Plant, Sleepy Plant, and Touch-Me-Not, Mimosa pudica is an annual plant belonging to the pea and legume family. This variety can be grown all year round, and seedlings are best started indoors in spring. Native to central & south America, these plants like warm, sunny, and humid environments and are known for closing their leaves...

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Aloe - Mixture (Aloe spp.) Seeds

Our mixed Aloe seeds can be sown and grown all year round. Just start your seeds off in moist soil at roughly 20°C. Once a few sprouts appear, thin them out and wait for them to reach 5-6cm before you prick them apart and plant them in separate spots. Aloe vera not only looks great but also has many benefits for the skin and can be used to alleviate sunburn and other skin damage.

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Asparagus Fern (Asparagus plumosus Nanus) Seeds

Looking for a beautiful houseplant but don't have a green thumb? The Asparagus Fern (Asparagus plumosus nanus) is a great choice. These plants can be grown indoors all year long at temperatures around 20°C. Ideal for small-to-medium pots and bright rooms without direct sunlight. With long, pinnate leaves, lace ferns are a treat for the eyes yet super easy to care for.

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Neanthe Bella Palm (Chamaedorea elegans) Seeds

Commonly known as the Parlor Palm, Chamaedorea elegans may be native to Central America but has since taken over homes all over the globe. With their deep green foliage, these palms are stunning all year round. Start your seeds when it's warm (25º) in moist seed trays and be patient—Parlor Palm seeds can take up to 100 days to germinate! Parlor Palms like bright spaces away from direct...

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Lemon-Scented Gum (Eucalyptus citriodora) Seeds

Though native to Australia, you don't have to go down under to bask in the beauty of the Lemon-scented Gum Tree. These Eucalyptus citriodora seeds are super hardy and can be grown indoors all over the world all year round. Start your seeds off when it's warm and keep mature plants in full sun and enjoy their natural citronella aroma - great for keeping mosquitoes at bay.

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Cigar Plant (Cuphea ignea) Seeds

Known as the Mexican Cigar Plant or Firecracker Plant, Cuphea ignea gets its name from its bold, orange, tubular flowers. It makes for a beautiful houseplant indoors, requiring direct sunlight, warm temperatures, and well-draining soil. When growing from seed, separate seedlings when they're roughly 8-10cm tall and plant them in small-to-medium pots.

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Californian Desert Fan Palm (Washingtonia filifera) Seeds

As the name suggests, the Californian Desert Fan Palm is from the far southwestern USA and Mexico, where it grows naturally in, you guessed it, the desert. Indoors, it grows well in sunny, warm spots to small sizes. In summer, feel free to bring your palm outside in the full sun to encourage further growth. Indoors, keep its soil moist and give her as much sun as possible.

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Philodendron (Philodendron selloum) Seeds

Philodendron trees are native to the tropical regions of Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, and Paraguay. But with these hardy seeds, you can grow Philodendron houseplants at home with ease. Start your seeds off in Spring, and separate seedlings into pots once they've grown a little. Keep mature plants in bright areas away from direct sunlight, and especially away from pets - Pholdendrom is...

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Small Ornamental Gourds Seed Mixture

Ornamental gourds are beautiful decorations, ideal for flower arrangements, centrepieces, and more. With this seed mix, you can grow a wide variety of ornamental gourds at home with ease. Simply sow seeds in spring directly in the ground. If need be, you can transplant plants after 5-6 weeks. Remember to slowly dry the harvested fruits for long-lasting, beautiful gourds.

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Climbing Flowers Seed Mix

Got a fence or trellis that you want to decorate with some colour? This seed mix contains a wide variety of climbing flowering plants. Sow them between mid and late spring in thin rows directly where you want the flowers to grow. As they grow, gently coax the growth onto/around the trellises/fences in your garden and watch them shine with colour in no time!

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Hungarian Yellow Hot Wax Pepper (Capsicum annuum) Seeds

Sow your seeds in Springtime under glass and then migrate them outdoors when the time is right. Hungarian Yellow Hot Wax peppers are famously unfussy regarding maintenance and can perform well even in colder conditions, making them the ideal pepper partner for newcomers and experienced alike. Come Summer, you'll have a massive haul of moderately hot peppers that are perfect for pairing with...

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Alfalfa Sprouts (Medicago sativa) Seeds

It takes about 5 days to grow alfalfa sprouts. Use a sprouting jar, soak the seeds in cool water for 8–10 hours, drain well. Spread seeds out in the jar and leave for 10 hours at room temperature, away from direct light. Repeat the rinse/dry process until sprouts reach preferred size. Alternatively, place sprouts between damp paper towels after soaking. Add to salads, sandwiches, or...

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Mung Bean Sprouts (Vigna radiata) Seeds

Vigna radiata, commonly known as the mung bean, is a delicious and highly nutritious legume ideal for stewing or slow cooking. Mung bean sprouts, on the other hand, are fresh and watery, ideal for summer salads or stir-frying. Plus, growing them couldn't be easier; just sprout the beans in damp paper towels and use them when they're about 4–5cm long!

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Microgreens Radish - Daikon Green (Raphanus sativus) Seeds

Green Daikon Radish is delicious and highly nutritious, used typically as a garnish in Japanese cuisine. Daikon Green Microgreens, however, are just as packed with flavor yet with much higher nutrient density. To grow them, simply sow seeds at a high density in a propagator and harvest the sprouts after roughly 1 week. With a fresh, tangy flavour, they go great in fresh and cooked Asian...

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Microgreens Kale (Brassica oleracea) Seeds

Kale (Brassica oleracea) is in the spotlight for being one of the most nutritious greens on the market. But did you know that kale sprouts are even more packed with nutrients than fully mature kale plants? Sow kale seeds in a propagator at high density, and harvest your sprouts after 7–10 days for a fresh, delicious, and highly nutritious microgreen.

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Microgreens Exotic Salad Mix - Seeds

Take your salad game to the new level with Exotic Salad Mix. It's really easy, just scatter the seeds on top of the soil and press gently. Cover with a thin layer of soil and spray with water. Use the mister once or twice a day to keep soil most. Harvest after 2–3 weeks, when you see the first set of true leaves. Microgreens thrive in sunny environments, think windowsills or balconies.

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Microgreens Salad Mix (Lactuca sativa) Seeds

With a selection of great greens available here, the vibrant Microgreens Salad Mix is ideal for adding to salads and can actually be grown all year round. Quick to flourish, sow the seeds when it works for you; just be sure to keep the soil moist but not waterlogged, and this plant will deliver delicious, moreish leaves and work perfectly in plenty of dishes. Ideal for all growers!

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Microgreens Pea Shoots (Pisum sativum) Seeds

To get the best out of your Microgreens Pea Shoots, simply sow the seeds in early Spring, and they'll be fast to flourish. Able to be grown in warm outdoor spaces or in a small windowsill or balcony space, keep the soil moist throughout but not waterlogged, and these sweet leaves will begin to appear pronto! Enjoy rich flavours that are ideal to accompany salads, soups and sandwiches....

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Microgreens Mizuna (Brassica rapa) Seeds

These fast-to-flower Asian leaves can be cultivated in a wide variety of settings and environments. They are typically low maintenance and suit growers of all skill sets. Sow the seeds in early Spring and enjoy them after just a few weeks of flourishing. Microgreens Mizuna has a mustard-like flavour that's ideal for adding to salads and other dishes for a little spicy snap.

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Microgreens Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) Seeds

Peppery, mild and sweet, Microgreens Fennel takes just 7-14 days to germinate and just another 2 weeks on top until the earliest greens are ready to harvest and use in a multitude of dishes. Just provide them with plenty of light and warmth and keep the surrounding soil moist, and you simply can't go wrong! This is one fast-to-grow plant that delivers in all areas. Get some in your home...

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Wild Lettuce (Lactuca virosa) Seeds

Wild lettuce (Lactuca virosa) thrives in cool and cold conditions and produces edible leaves throughout most of the year, even into winter. Plus, it's full of nutrients. Get growing!

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Microgreens Endive (Cichorium endivia) Seeds

Ideal for being added to salads, soups and a variety of dishes, the Microgreens Endive have long been used since the days of ancient Greece! Rich in vitamins K and C, you too can now enjoy the great flavours. Seeds take 2–3 days to germinate, and the earliest leaves that sprout around the 8–15 day mark are perfect for picking. Give them moist soil, some sunlight and warmth, and they'll...

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Sprouting Salad Mix Seeds

Jump on the bandwagon and grow sprouts at home with the Sprouting Salad Mix—healthy and delicious mung bean, alfalfa, lentil, fenugreek and yellow mustard sprouts. Grow them in a sprouting jar or one with muslin tied over the top. Soak your seeds for about 8 hours and drain thoroughly. Rinse and drain twice a day, when you see sprouts, leave in a well-lit area until they reach the desired...

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Cress Sprouts (Lepidium sativum) Seeds

Cress Sprouts make for an easygoing and hugely rewarding growing project. Whether situated on a windowsill or as part of your garden, it'll perform with very little maintenance required. This is a fast-growing plant that can be sown and grown all year round. Just be sure to provide temperatures of around 20-22°C and a little upkeep, and you can enjoy tasty cress rich in vitamins A, B and C.

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Broccoli Sprouts (Brassica oleracea) Seeds

Whether you like them in your smoothie, salad or sandwich, there's no denying the rich antioxidants and tasty flavours of Broccoli Sprouts. They're also incredibly simple to cultivate. Sow the seeds in a pot in early Spring and give them plenty of sun, warmth and a little water now and again, and they'll flourish effortlessly. Come August, they'll be ready to harvest and can be enjoyed...

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Rocket Sprouts (Eruca sativa) Seeds

The peppery leaves of Rocket Sprouts make for the ideal addition to a wide variety of dishes; what's more, is that the path to this tasty produce is an extremely easy one, regardless of your prior expertise! Rocket Sprouts can be grown in indoor, outside, and greenhouse settings and require very little in the way of maintenance. Sow seeds in early Spring and enjoy great flavours come...

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Basil Sprouts (Ocimum basilicum) Seeds

Basil (Ocimum basilicum) is a beloved, highly fragrant herb. But did you know that basil sprouts are equally delicious yet much more nutritious? To grow yours, simply sow seeds at a high density in a propagator and harvest your sprouts after roughly 10 days. Use just as you would normal basil, with the same great taste but much more nutrients!

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Trippy Garden Pack - Smart Seeds

This Trippy Garden Pack contains a range of different seeds that will flourish into plants containing legal psychoactive compounds. If a herb garden doesn't quite cut it for you, then these seeds will give you a real project. Experiment with a range of psychoactive plants and see which you like the best.

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Aztec Cactus (Aztekium ritteri) 20 seeds

Aztekium ritteri is native to the Nuevo Leon region of north-east Mexico. It was a sacred plant to the Tarahamara Indians. Much in the same way San Pedro or Peyote are sacred in other regions of Mexico and South America. Aztekium was named after its resemblance to the distinctive shapes of Aztec pyramids.

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Ephedra (Ma Huang) 20 seeds

The dried leaves of the ephedra plant act as a natural stimulant and energizer and have an appetite-suppressing effect. With our fresh ephedra sinica seeds you can now grow your own ephedra plant easily at home.

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Green Mormon Tea | Ephedra viridis Seeds

Green Mormon tea (Ephedra viridis), also known as green ephedra or Indian tea, is a shrub that grows in dry areas of the Western United States. You can brew the stems and other parts of the plant to make a beverage known as a “spring tonic”. 20 seeds

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Buddy Mix Pack NUTRIENT

The plants in this nutrient pack are great for improving the soil and surrounding environs of your cannabis plants. Some allow the plant to be supported by a root structure that increases drainage. Others literally act as natural, living mineral injectors, starting with nitrogen.

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Buddy Mix Pack STEALTH

These strategic plants all do several things. They tend to be large and concealing or have a strong odour to cover up the smell of cannabis. They also tend to be either super pretty, smell or look great, and even taste delicious. For that reason, this is a must-have bag of tricks for any canna farmer needing concealment and protection.

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