1 - 4 Results
Page 1 of 11
…September. Can be grown in the greenhouse, but thanks to its blight resistance is also suitable for growing outdoors on the patio or even in a sunny border. Growing French marigolds, basil, chives or mint near your tomatoes helps deter pests such as whitefly or aphids.… More InfoBuy Now
…minerals and flavour. If kept in a greenhouse, the hardy annual seeds can be sown in the late winter to produce an early crop. Alternatively, Carrot 'Nantes 2' can be planted in a vegetable garden alongside spring onions, leeks and mint to ward off root fly. Height:… More InfoBuy Now
…them easier to pick. Thanks to its late blight resistance Tomato Romello is ideal for growing outdoors in hanging baskets, window boxes or patio containers. Growing French marigolds, basil, chives or mint near your tomatoes helps deter pests such as whitefly or aphids.… More InfoBuy Now
…harvested from January or February, depending on climate. To further increase Brassica oleracea's durability, keen gardeners might want to try growing it alongside mint and nasturtiums. These plants will drive away flea beetles and cabbage white butterflies. Height: 90cm (2… More InfoBuy Now
© 2018 Van Meuwen. All rights reserved. A division of BVG Group Ltd.