6 thoughts on “2021 SEED LIST OUT NOW

  1. Hi , Have you got any seeds left? I am in Herefordshire too and wanted to try and get hold of some local heirloom seeds and found your website.

    I’m interested in:
    Welsh heirloom runner beans (both types)
    Kapuzineraet Blauwschokker Peas
    Oregon Homestead Squash
    Table Queen Squash

    Thanks 🙂

    • Hi Lisa,

      I have what you want and would love to let you have some seed. If you can make a gift using PayPal for £7 and let me have your address I’ll ost them soonest.

      Best wishes and I am glad you found me.
      Adam

  2. Hi Adam ,
    I greatly enjoyed your talk last Thursday with AOG, thank you and am really keen to get some seed for the Syrian cucumbers you talked about, but cannot find an address to send a stamped addressed envelope to!, would be happy to pay via PayPal.
    With thanks
    Stephen Markwick

  3. Hi Adam- a gardening friend put me on to your website. I notice you have listed PIMENTON D’ESPELETTE (C. annuum) seed harvested 2018.
    I know it’s late in the season to start these but it is a variety I have been craving to grow. Do you have any left from 2018 and, in terms of viability, is it worth trying to start them off now, or better to hold out til next year? Thanks CS

    • Hi Carol,

      Thanks for getting in touch. I have seed and yes, it’s a wonderful capsicum. Capsicum seed keeps for years when cold and dry and I got better than 90% germination this year. I fear that it is too late to sow now. I start mine in January. Having said that, this chilli can grow late into the season. I harvest as late as November in my heated greenhouse so never say never! If you ca make a PAyPAl gift of £2.50 and let me have your address I can post seed ASAP.

      Thanks and good gardening
      Adam

  4. Hello Adam, I heard your interview on Radio NZ a few weeks ago and you got my attention when you were talking about the Broad beans from Syria. I help a few Syrian refugee families here in Dunedin, New Zealand with growing Parsley etc, and they have talked about a small BB that they eat whole back in Syria. I would love to try some of your seeds like the BB and the Syria cucumber.
    But firstly are you able to send these seeds beyond the UK/EU ?
    There are some biosecurity requirements from this end but is does look possible if its doable from your end. Thanks.
    Peter

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