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Inca Berries Seeds

Inca Berries Seeds

…so you would be forgiven for thinking this glamorous fruit is far too high maintenance to grow on UK soil. Origin: South America. Latin name: Physalis peruviana.Delicious and ornamental. Individual berries wrapped…

Delivery within 7 days Average Packet Content 150 seeds

Tomato Seeds - Tomatillos

Tomato Seeds - Tomatillos

…tomato, but even easier to grow. Harvest fruit at any size larger than a walnut, whilst still green. Tastes like: tomato & lime. Latin Name: Physalis philadelphica.Sealed inside their own little paper envelopes,…

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Chinese Lantern Seeds

Chinese Lantern Seeds

Bright orange, papery, lantern-shaped calyces, several to each long stem. Much in demand for winter arrangements. Exotic-looking flowers. Flowers July-October. HP - Hardy perennial. Height 60cm (2').

Delivery within 7 days Average Packet Content 150 seeds

Inca Berries Plants

Inca Berries Plants

…in posh restaurants, or in small, pricey packs on supermarket shelves! And it's easy to grow! Harvest: late summer-early autumn. Plant out in May. No need to prune or train. Latin Name: Physalis peruviana.In fact,…

Despatch from May 2020 6 Super Plugs
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£8.99
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Tomatillo Plants

Tomatillo Plants

Origin: Mexico. Tastes like: Tomato and lime. Perfect in salsas, sauces and guacamoles. Very similar to its relative, the tomato, but even easier to grow.

Despatch from May 2020 3 Super Plugs
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£6.99
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