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Our Products

Here at Kings, we are a leading seed supplier with thousands of products to offer. We have one of the largest ranges of vegetable seeds online in the UK, as well as flower seeds, herb seeds, wild flowers, green manure seeds, seed potatoes and organic seeds. Our sister company 'Suffolk Herb's has a wide range of organic vegetables and herbs, and some unusual seed varieties. All of our seeds are natural and untreated. We have all of the most popular seeds; tomatoes, courgettes, carrots, sweet peas, sunflower seeds, antirrhinums, nasturtiums and many more! We have a massive selection of Sweet Pea Seeds too, and we are now Britains biggest producer of sweet peas for the home gardener!
We also have a range of seasonal products including soft fruit, fruit trees, onion sets, shallot sets, garlic bulbs, spring flower bulbs and autumn flower bulbs, christmas potatoes, and sweet pea and vegetable plug plants available at certain times of the year.
Every gardener also needs some tools and accessories to make their crops grow to their full potential, and to keep the garden looking neat and tidy. As a one stop gardening shop, our sundries include pest control, watering systems, crop protection including polytunnels and cloches, garden tools, propagators and accessories. We have all the essential items you could possibly need!
Kings Seeds allotment newcomer tips & advice

Taking on an allotment should be a rewarding challenge, giving you the opportunity to grow your own fruit and vegetables and is a great way to meet fellow plot holders where you can share and learn growing techniques and tips from one another. It is however also important to remember this is a big commitment and to achieve success allotment plots do require maintaining and nurturing throughout the year. Whatever effort you are prepared to put in, will pay dividends in what you will bring home to the kitchen throughout the growing season.

When visiting the site for the first time and if shown around by the site manager, ask as many questions as you can. What’s the soil type, are there frost pockets, are there any rules and regulations on what can and cannot be grown on site. After you have been given a plot, chat to neighboring plot holders, as they may be able to give you an indication of what the previous resident grew well, where did he last have Brassicas and potatoes as all this info will help you with crop rotation in the future.