Featured Plants

Get your hands on quality grafted and heritage vegetable plants from our featured plants section. No kitchen garden is complete without an aromatic herb plant or two, while our grafted tomato plants thrive in a warm sunny spot. Find more vegetable plants and spring flowering bulbs in our full collection of plants and bulbs available online.

Grafted Vegetable Plants

Ever-growing in popularity as gardeners discover their benefits, there is now a fantastic range of grafted veg plants. F...
Ever-growing in popularity as gardeners discover t...
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Grafted Tomatoes

Grow organic grafted tomato plants for vigorous growth, high-yields, and excellent disease resistance. Grafted to high p...
Grow organic grafted tomato plants for vigorous gr...
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Potted Herbs

Choose from our range of organic potted herbs. Perfect for the kitchen windowsill, for growing outside your back door, o...
Choose from our range of organic potted herbs. Per...
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Comfrey Plants

Buy quality comfrey plants here at The Organic Gardening Catalogue. Comfrey leaves contain three times more potassium th...
Buy quality comfrey plants here at The Organic Gar...
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Rob Smith Grafted Veg Plants

'My range of grafted veg plants has been put together to give you the very best veg, both in quality AND quantity. There...
'My range of grafted veg plants has been put toget...
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Rob Smith Heritage Veg Plants

'I've been a Garden Organic member and Seed Guardian for the Heritage Seed Library (HSL) for years now. In fact, growing...
'I've been a Garden Organic member and Seed Guardi...
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Autumn Vegetable Plants

Find tasty autumn vegetable plants here. Fill your beds when the weather starts to cool with these perfect hardy autumn ...
Find tasty autumn vegetable plants here. Fill your...
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Back From The Brink Plants

Over the years, many valuable vegetable varieties have sadly been lost forever. Garden Organic's Heritage Seed Library (...
Over the years, many valuable vegetable varieties ...
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