Fun, rewarding and cost effective; there are a number of great benefits to growing and cultivating your own vegetables in the home or a back garden vegetable patch. With more than 650 different types of vegetable seeds and bulbs; the Capital Gardens range can help you personalise your veggie patch to your specific tastes and recipe lists.
From artichokes to zucchinis, the A-Z vegetables page from Capital Gardens makes it easier to find the exact vegetable you require. Whether you are planning a vegetable patch from scratch or require something a little special to add to your current line-up, this page simplifies the process of sourcing the perfect seeds and bulbs.
All the seeds and bulbs in Capital Gardens’ vegetable range have been sourced from trusted and respected growers and brands including Thompson & Morgan and Suttons.
A number of the seeds in the Capital Gardens range will flower annual vegetables – producing beautiful and delicious results. Many of the staples of the great British kitchen can be cultivated, using these seeds from Capital Gardens – saving you money when buying from supermarkets and greengrocers.
Carrots, potatoes, onions, shallots and garlic are all relatively easy-to-cultivate vegetables – helping first time growers and experienced gardeners alike develop a repertoire for growing, and an extensive selection of organic veg.
Herb Garden Seeds
Alongside the stunning range of vegetables in the Capital Gardens range, we also stock a great selection of herbs – adding the final flourishes and subtle nuances to many of your favourite recipes and meals.
For more help choosing the perfect seeds and bulbs for your vegetable patch and herb garden or help with the growing and cultivation, the Capital Gardens team are available to answer any questions or concerns. Simply call us on 01442 875 037, and we will endeavour to offer any assistance you require.
Tomato Cossack Thompson & Morgan
Similar to ‘Moneymaker’ the ‘Cossack’ tomato produces high yields of delicious, medium sized fruits weighing at least 75g. With excellent resistance to TMV, Fusarium and Cladosporium they are the perfect addition to a greenhouse or sunny patio. They have an extended period of cropping when grown cold compared to other varieties, and are early to ripen, making them a brilliant garden variety.
When sowing, choose a location with full sun. Sow from February to March, on the surface of good quality, free draining and moist seed compost, and then cover with a fine sprinkling of compost or vermiculite.
Place in a propagator at a temperature of between 18 – 20C until germination which can take up to 14 days. When your seedlings are large enough transplant into individual 7.5cm pots of compost and grow at a minimum temperature of 15C. Your tomatoes will be ready to harvest from June until September.
Swiss Chard Fantasy Thompson & Morgan
Probably the best tasting Red Chard. The taste is mild, juicy and delicious with no harsh aftertastes unlike most Red Chards. Ideal for successional sowing through the spring and summer for both ëbaby leafí or as mature plants. High tolerance to downy mildew.
Swede Tweed Thompson & Morgan
British bred culinary Swede with hybrid vigour and uniformity, growing very well in less fertile soil making it the perfect home gardenerís choice. Globe-shaped, purple topped, with cream skin and tasty cream flesh of fine texture. Ideal for late autumn harvest.
Spinach Apollo Thompson & Morgan
Outstanding for yield, quality and bolting resistance as a ëbaby leafí variety, also very productive as a full sized plant. Dark green, thick, rounded leaves with resistance to all the modern races of downy mildew. Ideal for growing in containers.
Lettuce Lettony Thompson & Morgan
A loose hearted Lettuce with the sweetest taste on our trials, and without the bitterness of normal Lettuces. Exceptional garden variety, standing in good condition whatever the weather without bolting or rotting. Excellent downy mildew resistance.
Cabbage Attraction Thompson & Morgan
The excellent internal structure gives the tastiest white coleslaw ever, or for shredding raw into winter salads. Has a vigorous plant habit so can be grown in all soil types. Good resistance to early frost damage for extended cutting season into early winter.
Strawberry Woodland Thompson & Morgan
A woodland strawberry selection which produces an abundance of delicious, small, red fruits high on the plant making them easier to pick. This also reduces any disease or rotting as most fruits are above soil level. Ideal for growing in the garden, containers or baskets.
Tomato Losetto F1 Hybrid Thompson & Morgan
The first of its kind! An outstanding new cascading bush tomato with built-in blight resistance. Producing masses of sweet and juicy cherry tomatoes that can be harvested over a long period from July to September. Perfect for containers or planters in the greenhouse or on the patio, but can also be planted in a sunny spot in the garden. Height and spread: 30cm (12″).
Cabbage Winter Jewel F1 Hybrid Thompson & Morgan
Outstanding introduction for over-winter production of evenly sized, smooth, dark leaved greens. Very slow to heart, eventually forming compact 250g (8oz) loose heads. Superb winter hardiness and has excellent flavour and bolting resistance.
Sweetcorn Snobaby Thompson & Morgan
A breeding breakthough in ‘baby corn’ has produced this superb white variety, being much earlier to crop with the most tender and delicious ‘baby corns’. Sweetcorn Snobaby is tasty in oriental cooking, casseroles, stir fries, salads or a steamed vegetable.
Salad Leaves Speedy Mix Thompson & Morgan
A really quick growing mix for those gardeners who cannot wait! Salad Leaves Speedy Mixed produces a tasty blend of tastes, textures, colours and leaf shapes for sandwiches, salads and garnishes. Quickest during the summer months when Speedy Mixed will produce ‘salad leaves’ in about 25 days, but can also be sown all year indoors.
Contents: Salad Rocket Victoria, Greek Cress, Mizuna, Mustard Green & Red Frills, Pak Choi Canton White.
Calabrese Spiridon F1 Thompson & Morgan
The latest maturing variety with some good frost tolerance to extend the cutting of quality heads and ‘sideshoots’ well into the autumn. Calabrese Spiridon produces domed heads, average 400-500g on erect, open plants which allow good air circulation to minimise disease. Prefers moist, rich, well-drained soil.