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Just wanted to let you know that I have tried your Stop Gro G8 . It seems to have done the trick, will certainly recommend you to all my friends.Looking forward to placing orders for plants ...many thanks. S McGill Edinburgh
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Brassica Plants

Order from our selection of brassicas and you could enjoy some fantastic produce that will provide you with good, home-grown food fit for a king through all seasons.

We supply a range of fully hardened-off compost block-grown brassicas that are dispatched from our Kent nursery and received in ready-to-plant condition – regardless of the time of year. More...

Our brassica plants are supplied directly from our nursery, as fully hardened-off compost block-grown plants that can be planted straight into soil.

Generally, brassica plants prefer slightly alkaline soil The ideal pH level of your soil will vary between brassica plants, but most brassicas' ideal conditions fall withina pH of 6.5 - 7. If your soil is lacking in alkalinity, then adding some lime along with well-rotted manure for extra nutrients and moisture-retentive soil conditioning is a great idea.

Most brassica plants have a poor resistance to pests such as aphids and slugs. We therefore urge our customers to protect their newly planted brassicas with the likes of horticultural fleece or debris netting. It's also a great idea to incorporate supports for taller brassicas such as Brussels sprouts, and heavy croppers such as cabbages, to avoid damage to the plants as they grow, swell and gain in weight.

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Cauliflower Plant 'Cut 'n' Come Again'

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An excellent multi-headed cauliflower that is perennial in habit. Each plant will produce approximately ten tennis ball-sized heads per year with amazing flavour.
Currently Not Available To Purchase - Available from April NEXT YEAR
Supplied as compost block grown plants.

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Seakale Plant 'Lillywhite'

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Once a most popular vegetable this long predates Victorian times and was and often found near the seaside. Really good if forced.
Currently Not Available To Purchase - Available from early May NEXT YEAR
Supplied as compost block grown plants.

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Plant Passport Registration Number: GB-34265