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Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

Where do you ship to?

At the moment we are only able to ship to the UK.

How do I store my seeds?

You should always store your seeds in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight, this will make them last longer.

Why are the seeds subject to availability?

Unfortunately the varieties that we have in our kits are not always available for us to source, this is due to bad crops the previous year not producing the seeds. The ever changing climate often effects the harvest of the seeds, too hot, dry or wet and the plants will not have the yield expected. We try to swap seeds like for like where possible or use it as an opportunity to try something a little different. 

Where do the seeds come from?

All of our seeds come from European suppliers, we only use a select few suppliers who we know can guarantee the highest quality and germination rate.

What are open pollinated seeds?

Open pollination is a natural way of fertilising the plants, meaning they are fertilised by bees, moths, birds, bats, and even the wind or rain. 

Why open pollinated seeds?

Open-pollinated plants are more genetically diverse. This can cause a greater amount of variation within plant populations, which allows plants to slowly adapt to local growing conditions and climate year-to-year. This is important for the changes to our climate so we can continue to grow the produce we love.