• Hot Cherry
    • Hot Cherry

      An Italian variety producing medium hot, roundish fruit that are perfect for stuffing.

      Heat level: medium
      (approx. 6,000 SHU)

    • Hot Cherry

    • £2.20
  • Hot Chocolate
    • Hot Chocolate

      Compact plants that yield masses of chocolate brown fruit graced with a pleasant aroma.

      Heat level: very hot
      (approx. 140,000 SHU)

    • Hot Chocolate

    • £2.50
  • Hot Juan
    • Hot Juan

      A striking chilli whose long, pointed fruit dramatically grow upright in bunches at the top of the plant.

      Heat level: medium
      (approx. 10,000 SHU)

    • Hot Juan

    • £2.20
  • Hot Juanita
    • Hot Juanita

      A hot chilli with long, pointed fruit that grow upright in bunches at the top of the plant.

      Heat level: hot
      (approx. 40,000 SHU)

    • Hot Juanita

    • £2.20
  • Hot Palette
  • Hot Scotch
    • Hot Scotch

      Very hot and aromatic fruit that grow on tidy, bushy plants.

      Heat level: very hot
      (approx. 55,000 SHU)

    • Hot Scotch

    • £2.00
  • Hungarian Hot Wax
    • Hungarian Hot Wax

      An early and dependable chilli producing medium hot fruit that are real multi-taskers in the kitchen.

      Heat level: medium
      (approx. 6,000 SHU)

    • Hungarian Hot Wax

    • £2.00
  • Hunter
  • Hunter French bean
    • Hunter French bean

      An abundance of flat podded, light green, stringless beans that are exceptionally long and very good tasting.

      Climbing growth habit.

    • Hunter French bean

    • £2.00
  • Ingrid
    • Ingrid

      A blocky sweet pepper with fruit that go from green when young to dark brown as they ripen.

    • Ingrid

    • £2.20
  • Ironman
    • Ironman

      A distinguished calabrese renown for its large, good-quality heads.

    • Ironman

    • £2.50
  • Italian Bottle Gourd
  • Jack-be-Little
  • Jalapeño M
    • Jalapeño M

      A high yielding jalapeño chilli that produces large fruit on medium-sized plants.

      Heat level: medium
      (approx. 24,000 SHU)

    • Jalapeño M

    • £2.20
  • Jalapeño var. Early Jalapeño
  • Jalapeño var. Telica
  • Jamaican Jerk
    • Jamaican Jerk

      As ferocious as they are fragrant, the brightly-coloured fruit smell sweetly of oranges.

      Heat level: very hot
      (approx. 105,000 SHU)

    • Jamaican Jerk

    • £2.50
  • Joe’s Long Cayenne
  • Joker
    • Joker

      A sweet pepper that looks like a chilli, giving you all the attractiveness of an ornamental chilli, but no heat.

    • Joker

    • £2.00
  • Jolant
    • Jolant

      An early leek ready for harvest in the autumn but does stands well throughout the winter.

    • Jolant

    • £2.00
  • Kala Morich
    • Kala Morich

      Tall, dark,  and handsome – Kala Morich plants have dark leaves, purple flowers, and black fruit that ripen to red.

      Heat level: very hot
      (approx. 85,000 SHU)

    • Kala Morich

    • £2.00
  • Kashmiri
    • Kashmiri

      An Indian chilli with mild, thin-fleshed fruit that are dried and ground to a powder.

      Heat level: very mild

    • Kashmiri

    • £2.20
  • Keera
  • Kelvedon Wonder
    • Kelvedon Wonder

      An early-maturing shelling variety grown for its tender, deliciously sweet peas snuggled in long, uniform pods.

      Shelling pea / semi-dwarf plants

    • Kelvedon Wonder

    • £2.00
  • Kilian
    • Kilian

      An attractive cayenne yielding elongated, orange fruit on tidy, bushy plants.

      Heat level: hot
      (approx. 27,000 SHU)

    • Kilian

    • £2.20
  • Komatsuna var. Green Boy
  • Krimzon Lee
  • Kristian
    • Kristian

      A very hot chilli with elongated, pointed fruit that ripen to a bright lemon yellow.

      Heat level: very hot
      (approx. 76,000 SHU)

    • Kristian

    • £2.20
  • Kumasi
  • Lablab bean
  • Landcress
  • Lemon Drop
    • Lemon Drop

      A popular variety among chilli aficionados, who appreciate its sparkling fresh, citrus-like flavour.

      Heat level: very hot
      (approx. 56,000 SHU)

    • Lemon Drop

    • £2.00
  • Lemon Sherbet
  • Lemonella
    • Lemonella

      One of the earliest habaneros to mature, Lemonella yields masses of very hot, fragrant fruit.

      Heat level: very hot
      (approx. 55,000 SHU)

    • Lemonella

    • £2.50
  • Lettony
  • Little Gem
    • Little Gem

      A miniature cos type lettuce with firm, crisp heads and blistered leaves. This is a popular variety that has proven its value over the years.

    • Little Gem

    • £1.50
  • Lobjoits Green Cos
    • Lobjoits Green Cos

      Lobjoits Green Cos is an older variety that has become the standard for large cos-type lettuces.

    • Lobjoits Green Cos

    • £1.50
  • Loco
    • Loco

      Chilli plants with cascading branches and eye-catching purple-tinged flowers. The lilac purple fruit ripen to an orange then red.

      Heat level: medium
      (approx. 24,000 SHU)

    • Loco

    • £2.50
  • Long Red Florence
  • Luffa
    • Luffa

      Known as a bath sponge produced from the mature fruit, the luffa is also prized as a vegetable when harvested very young.

    • Luffa

    • £2.50
  • Luffa Longa
  • Magic Mick
    • Magic Mick

      An early maturing, heavy yielding habanero producing nice smelling, very hot fruit that ripen to a golden orange.

      Heat level: very hot
      (approx. 146,000 SHU)

    • Magic Mick

    • £2.50
  • Malabar Spinach
  • Malabar Spinach (red)
  • Malinowy Ozarowski
  • Marian
    • Marian

      A culinary favourite that is the ideal root vegetable in the dead of winter.

    • Marian

    • £1.50
  • Marketmore 76
    • Marketmore 76

      A standard American cucumber well adapted for growing outdoors, producing short, good tasting fruit.

    • Marketmore 76

    • £2.00
  • Maskotka
    • Maskotka

      Header: A bushy, sprawling variety producing delicious, juicy fruit. Plants do well in hanging baskets.

      Fruit type: small, round

    • Maskotka

    • £2.00