Grow your own Greens

Yes leek, yes radish, there’s even turnip. No not as big as you know it, these are the small seedlings. Same flavour grown in under a few weeks, so who’s complaining? We’re sowing all sorts of herbs and veg, bringing you crops you won’t get in the shops.

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Seedlings packed in and through the letterbox, ready to open up and grow. A box comes just as the greens start needing light, having been sown by us. Grown for the most part in the kitchen, the greens will come alive, one by one, extending the short cropping period. Each box opens up varieties you don’t see in the shops for a crop which is always going off fast.

Micro

Herbs?

Like herbs, but double concentrate. They’re smaller and punchier in flavour. Being small makes them effortless to grow, a crop that be grown unaided in the kitchen throughout the year. They’re also not exclusively herbs, normal veg like turnips or cabbage work too. Grown for weeks instead of months and cut as a seedling.

Herbs by

post?

Micro

Herbs?

Seedlings packed in and through the letterbox, ready to open up and grow. A box comes just as the greens start needing light, having been sown by us. Grown for the most part in the kitchen, the greens will come alive, one by one, extending the short cropping period. Each box opens up varieties you don’t see in the shops for a crop which is always going off fast.

Like herbs, but double concentrate. They’re smaller and punchier in flavour. Being small makes them effortless to grow, a crop that be grown unaided in the kitchen throughout the year. They’re also not exclusively herbs, normal veg like turnips or cabbage work too. Grown for weeks instead of months and cut as a seedling.

Herbs by

post?

Seedlings packed in and through the letterbox, ready to open up and grow. A box comes just as the greens start needing light, having been sown by us. Grown for the most part in the kitchen, the greens will come alive, one by one, extending the short cropping period. Each box opens up varieties you don’t see in the shops for a crop which is always going off fast.

Micro

Herbs?

Like herbs, but double concentrate. They’re smaller and punchier in flavour. Being small makes them effortless to grow, a crop that be grown unaided in the kitchen throughout the year. They’re also not exclusively herbs, normal veg like turnips or cabbage work too. Grown for weeks instead of months and cut as a seedling.