Two pot luck packs are available for pepper fans
We have limited stock left of both hot and sweet peppers, we can't run our normal collections as we don't have equal spread of varieties so two pepper fan packs are available:
May is the main month for planting all your Summer veggies and salads~
Early May ~ globe artichoke, asparagus, beetroot, cardoons, celeriac, celery, chard, leeks, salads, strawberries.
Late May ~ beans, courgettes, melon, pumpkin, squashes, sweetcorn, herbs, leeks, strawberries
Maincrop potatoes can be planted up to the end of May ~ still time to order
Plants for unheated greenhouses and tunnels, or outdoors, once the risk of frost has passed.
Grafted Pick & Mix ~ aubergines, cucumbers, sweet peppers, and tomatoes Grafted Greenhouse CollectionTried and Tested Tomato CollectionGrafted Tried and Tested Tomato CollectionGarden Organic's Tomato CollectionSizzling Hot Pot-luck Chilli Peppers CollectionCucumber (mini) ~ Vega F1Melon ~ Alvaro F1
Order plants from Early May
Country Living offer June 2013
Organic salad plants in peat-free plugs. All are suitable for growing outdoors or in an unheated greenhouse or tunnel.
2 each of 6 varieties for £8, including postage and packing or buy two packs for £14.00 (no code required from Country Living, per delivery period so 2 from May or June or July). Big saving on the double pack why not give it to a friend.
Country Living offer
Greatest selection of organic plants for sale
We have put together a great selection of organic plants for sale mail order ~ order online, by post or telephone, and they will be delivered at the right time for planting.
Whether you have an allotment, a small vegetable plot or just room for a few pots or a window box you can choose the right number of plants for your needs.
There are 5 ways to buy plants from Delfland:
Building on the success of the grafted plants last year, we have a great range of grafted plants, grafted Aubergine, Cucumber, Sweet Pepper and of course tomatoes.
Available as pick and mix or as a collection: Grafted plant section
Courgettes ~ Tempra F1 (Late May)
A high-yielding variety with dark-green, long, cylindrical fruits.
Cucumber ~ Vega F1 (Late May)
This mini cucumber in trials last year they did really well, suitable for hanging baskets too. Great for kids and their packed lunches.
Dwarf French Beans ~ Royalty (Late May)
Purple turning to dark green on cooking; pencil podded and stringless.
Leeks ~ Pandora (Late May)
Early variety with long stems and upright leaves; vigorous growth and highly productive.
Late May Grafted Tried and Tested Tomato Collection
We grow over one million tomato plants every year - this is John's selection of the best varieties of each type. Some are old reliables and others are the latest 'speciality' hybrids as used by the top commercial growers. All have excellent flavour.
Squash Winter Storage ~ Harrier (Late May)
New smaller, earlier maturing butternut type.
Sizzling Hot Pot-luck Chilli Peppers Collection (Early May)
~ for the lover of HOT Peppers, we are doing 5 different chillis (mixed varieties). All varieties will have a name label. Great way of get a selection of chillis.
Sweet Peppers Lucky Dip Collection (May)
True lucky dip, for people who prefer the MILDER varieties of peppers ~ stock is limited.
Trixie - 1kg bag - Organic seed potato
Tall plants with violet flowers grow long, oval, pale yellow tubers with cream-coloured flesh. They have good resistance to dry rot (Fusarium coeruleum) and common scab, making them ideal for planting in dryer conditions if needed. Only registered in 2010
Turnip ~ Sweetbell F1 (June)
Sweetbell F1 is a small turnip [6-8cm diameter]. The flavour is exceptionally sweet with firm crisp texture and unlike most turnips, ideal for raw use in salads and stir-fry etc. as well as for cooking.