Welcome to SimplySeed.co.uk.

We've selected the best seed varieties.....so you don't have to!

Sowing Seeds in September.

With the exception of a wide range of salad varieties, there is not much seed you can sow in September that you will be harvesting this year. However consider a the late brassicas, such as Mizunas, Mibunas and Pak Choi, that you will be able to mix in will the salad leaves you can sow.

Late September / October is the main time to start planting Autumn Onion sets, Prepare the soil first and add a general purpose fertilser so see them through the winter, then plant the onions with thier tips just below the surface about 10cm part.

September is also the time to look at preordering your garlic bulbs for delivery for planting October onwards.

"What seeds can i can sow in September?".....click here to find out.

Please bookmark our site, after comparing our prices with those in your local garden centre, we think you may wish to return!!

Latest Products added to the SimplySeed catalogue.
Elephant Garlic

Elephant Garlic


For best results plant September / October.

Only:  £2.49   £1.99   Released 25/09/2014
More Info  Preorder
Elephant Garlic  - 500g Bulk Pack

Elephant Garlic - 500g Bulk Pack


For best results plant September / October.

Only:  £2.49   £17.99   Released 25/09/2014
More Info  Preorder
Vegetable Seeds and Flower Seeds for sowing in September, here's a few we recommend.....
Broad Bean Super Aquadulce


Broad Bean Super Aquadulce


Very popular, the standard variety for overwintering.....

Average Contents : 60 seeds

Only:  £0.99   Sorry, we are currently out of stock
More Info  
Cauliflower Mayflower


Cauliflower Mayflower

Mayflower is sown in October then overwintered and planted out early spring.....

Seed Packet Contents: 20 Seeds

Only:  £1.49   currently next day <b>despatch</b> (Monday for Fri, Sat, Sun Orders)
More Info  Add to Basket
Elephant Garlic

Elephant Garlic


For best results plant September / October.

Only:  £2.49   £1.99   Released 25/09/2014
More Info  Preorder
Garlic Solent Wight

Garlic Solent Wight


The best garlic in terms of overall eating and keeping quality.

November to January planting best but crops well from end March planting.

Harvest - from mid-July onwards

Only:  £2.49   £1.99   Released 25/09/2014
More Info  Preorder
Onion Sets Red Winter- Autumn Planting

Onion Sets Red Winter- Autumn Planting
Only:  £2.29   £1.75   Released 16/09/2014
More Info  Preorder
Onion Sets Shakespeare - Autumn Planting

Onion Sets Shakespeare - Autumn Planting
Only:  £2.29   £1.75   Released 15/09/2014
More Info  Preorder
Radish Cherry Belle

Radish Cherry Belle

Radish Cherry Belle is the standard amateur round globe variety.....

Av. Packet Contents : 250 seeds

Only:  £0.89   currently next day <b>despatch</b> (Monday for Fri, Sat, Sun Orders)
More Info  Add to Basket
Spring Onion Guardsman


Spring Onion Guardsman

Guardsman is a F1 Hybrid and probably the best salad type for later sowings.....

Average Contents : 500 seeds

Only:  £1.39   currently next day <b>despatch</b> (Monday for Fri, Sat, Sun Orders)
More Info  Add to Basket
Latest Customer Variety Reviews
Rating:  
Red onions
Friday, 29 August 2014  |  Tracy

Fabulous... Grew to a good size and have stored really well


Rating:  
Excellent Radar
Monday, 18 August 2014  |  Edward

I have planted this variety in Scotland for several years now with great results. This last winter was mild and the results were even better with large onions which dried well and we are only halfway through the June crop. My wife loves to use them cooking and says they are full of flavour, soft and ' melt' into the food. Wonderful


Rating:  
Potato - Charlotte
Thursday, 17 July 2014  |  Michael

I have grown Charlotte very successfully in bags and raised beds for Christmas harvest. However, I would suggest that the bag method is preferable as it allows the crop to be moved into the greenhouse when the weather declines. Charlotte is a fine potato but can boil down if allowed to get too large. This is more of a problem with spring planting when the crop is left in the ground too long. Late summer /autumn planting usually does not produce very large tubers making Charlotte my preferred choice.


Rating:  
Bumper crop
Tuesday, 11 March 2014  |  Rosanna

Tried these as new crop 2013 on recommendation of review. Were easy to grow, harvested a bumper crop and stores well - still using now. Will buy again this year.

Customer Testimonials
Join SimplySeed on FacebookI'm really impressed with your service. I ordered my vegetable seeds before I went to bed on Tuesday and they came in the post on Thursday. Many thanks, JT.
I'm really pleased with the veg seeds i received from you today. I found your website via google. Its great to see someone selling small packets of seed, at great prices without all the fancy packaging. Thankyou , i will use you again. BG.
Thanks, the seeds arrived this morning. That was quick and thank you, Kind regards, DN.
All seeds received, thank you for quick service, sorry about the problem for you as we had a problem with the internet. JW.

Latest Blog Posts
Monday, 18/08/2014

Too Many Courgettes

Like most of you, we've got too many courgettes.

Here is one recipe we have found for using the up.....

Saturday, 28/12/2013

18 Vegetables to grow in the shade.

Lets face it - we all have that annoying bit of garden or allotment, or even patio or a balcony that doesn't get that much sun and that we don't really know what to do with, so why not put it to some productive use.

 
Free UK delivery on seed packet only orders over £10!!
**inc. potatoes/garlic/onions? - Free delivery over £39.