Vegetable Seeds Collection

  • ✅GENEROUS VALUE PACK. Choose this seed pack to get over 3,500 heirloom seeds to grow of 11 carefully selected premium vegetable varieties. More than enough to grow your own veg garden and enjoy the fresh goodies for a fraction of the price!
  • ✅MIXED VEGETABLE SEEDS BOX. Colourful seed packets of mixed vegetable seeds for planting include staples and must haves of any vegetable garden: Tomato, Cherry Tomato, Sweet Pepper, Onion, Lettuce, Courgette, Cucumber, Carrots, Peas, Spinach and Cayenne Pepper.
  • ✅GARDENER GIFT OF JOY. This seed growing kit makes a beautiful green thumb gift for a beginner or a skilled gardener. Can you think of a more healthy Christmas gift or birthday gift than the fresh vegetable plants that can grow in your home.
  • ✅EASY TO EAT WELL. If you love gardening just as much as cooking, this popular culinary vegetable seed mix makes sure to bring your dishes to another level. Vegetable gardening is about eating well: cherry tomato for pasta, spinach butter to compliment potatoes, cayenne pepper to perfect the tacos.
  • ✅ALL-YEAR-ROUND VEGETABLE GROWING. We make sure to carefully select 11 varieties of veg and salad seeds for the gardening box that can easily be grown indoors in your kitchen or outdoors in the garden or greenhouse. There is actually enough seed to do both.

Culinary Vegetables such as these are excellent for adding flavor to many dishes. This specific collection is geared toward those who love to flavor their meals with fresh cut vegetables. This heirloom assortment is good to be planted in the current growing season, or in the season to follow.;

Care & Storing: If storing the seeds, simply make sure that they are kept in a dry, cool and dark location. Placing them in a ziplock bag and pressing out all of the air is a good idea if they are taken out of their original packaging.

What Inside?

Before cooking beets, cut off the tops within a couple of inches from the top. This helps lock in their nutrients. We suggest eating the richly red roots boiled, steamed, or roasted. If you’re roasting, cover with lemon juice to prevent browning. You can also eat them cold with salad by adding oil and vinegar. 

You know it, and we know it too. The sweet aroma of carrots is unlike any other. Fresh carrots are juicy and suit basically every dish as a side. Eat them raw as a snack, or use in salads, vegetable pans, or even juice. They’re suitable for freezing, too.

Adding cayenne pepper to your diet is atop the best things you can do for yourself. The fruit of the cayenne pepper is high in vitamin A and contains vitamins B6, E, and C, as well as riboflavin, potassium, and manganese. Add as a spice to your dishes. Our personal recommendation is not to use these as snacks. 

Cherry tomatoes are delicious in practically any dish you can name. Use them as a side, mix into salads, or make a sauce by chopping them thinly and heating in a saucepan. 

You’ll have the ability to choose. Eat the flower, or eat the fruit — they are both edible. Squashed flowers are often dipped in a batter and deep-fried. Sliced zucchini will keep in the refrigerator for up to one week and makes for a great complement to any protein-based dishes. Cooked squash can also be frozen, canned, pickled, or dried — these options will give extra flavors for a change. This is also the perfect choice for vegans.

Eat raw as a snack. Naturally-grown cucumbers are delicious — your taste buds will thank you. You can also use cucumbers in salads or any side dishes. Our personal recommendation is a cucumber salad with vinegar and herbs. You can also marinade them, use for juice shakes, or even as a cosmetics tool. 

You can add lettuce to any salad possible. Or try as a side to proteins. Our advice would be to eat it as soon as possible — leaves will quickly limp, especially during warm weather. 

Spring onions always deliver on expectations. Add a boost of flavor to recipes conveniently by having a bag always stored in the freezer. To do this, slice them up into a pack of freezer bags and store them in the freezer.

They’ll stay fresh in the refrigerator unshelled for up to a week. You can freeze them, can them, or even dry them — really, the choice of flavors is only limited by your imagination. Eat as a main, protein-rich dish, or add as a side to other meals. 

Crunchy and mildly spicy — that’s the perfect description of delicious if you ask us. Eat them fresh as a snack or chop thinly for salads — they work wonders for your taste buds both ways. Radishes stay fresh in the refrigerator for up to a month, and up to two weeks in room temperature.

Sweet peppers pair nicely with onions, tomatoes, corn, eggplant, squash, capers, garlic, and herbs, and can be used as the foundation for soups, stews, and sauces. You can also chop and freeze them for future use.

You can use fresh tomato leaves to season vegetable dishes, mushrooms, soup, sauces, marinated foods, and homemade lemonade. You’d also be surprised how good the tea tastes if you brew it with tomato leaves. As for the tomatoes themselves, they will serve you well as complements for lamb, pork, and pasta dishes. Ideal for roasts and grills, too.