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Tomato and Pepper Seeds for EU countries available

tui34tui34 Posts: 2,749
edited February 2022 in The potting shed

Calling all EU countries'  gardeners!!

I have a surplus of many varieties of tomato seeds.  Large, Medium, Cherry.  Black, red, blue, yellow and striped - .  I also have pepper seeds, Ordinary and Mini.  Black, Red, Green and Yellow. And Padron seeds - which are mild to hot peppers.  I haven't come across a hot one yet!

I am sorting through this afternoon, so if you would like the names, they will be available later in the day. 

I am very happy to send them to you, wherever you are - with the gardener's pleasure of sharing.


A good hoeing is worth two waterings.



  • ObelixxObelixx Posts: 28,852
    Yes please @tui34.  Have fun sorting them.
    Vendée - 20kms from Atlantic coast.
    "We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing." - George Bernard Shaw
  • tui34tui34 Posts: 2,749
    I will give the list tomorrow sometime. @Obelixx  
    A good hoeing is worth two waterings.

  • @tui34: What a lovely idea. 🏆
  • tui34tui34 Posts: 2,749

    I have typed up the list and saved it and wanted to add on here as a file, but the all the files in my "saved" section come up in grey!!!

    I'll keep trying.  Rather weird as I have successfully submitted photos.  

    Well, photos seem to be in clear but not my written files.  Oh fiddly dee dee!!  

    A good hoeing is worth two waterings.

  • B3B3 Posts: 24,505
    Maybe taking a screenshot of the page would work
    In London. Keen but lazy.
  • tui34tui34 Posts: 2,749
    I'll try - otherwise I'll just type it up again - shouldn't take long.  Thanks @B3 for your advice. X

    A good hoeing is worth two waterings.

  • tui34tui34 Posts: 2,749

    In the end, I cut and pasted but it has come out in a weird way, jumping lines;  Never mind - yer tiz!!

    To Give Away

    Bon Henri
    Pastèque à confiture 

    Artemisia Annua 


    Anis Vert 

    Sauge Blanche 

    Gros Pavots 


    Celeri Perpétuel 

    Céleri Rave 



    Céleri Branche



    Yellow (standard) 

    Red Corne du Taureau

    Mini Red
    Sweet Banana (Mild/Tangy)

    Klary Baby Cheese Petit Marseillais

    Mixed minis 


    Ananas Noires
    Dancing with Smurfs
    Poivron Jaune (Yes! it's a tomato variety)
    Artisan “Pink Tiger”
    Bouteilles Striées
    Kasanova (en forme du sexe masculin!!)

    Cherry Red

    Ananas Jaune Grosse

    Bloody Butcher
    Black Beauty (Standard Size)

    St Flour

    Bumble Bee Coeur de Boeuf

    Osu Blue
    Super Steak Primary Colours

    Sweet Baby Muchamiel Blackcherry Kumato Heinz


    Cornichons Petit Paris Grenade
    Haricots à écosser nain 

    Haricots Beurre “Major” 

    Soja Edamama Aoyu

    Pois Chiche Géant d’Altamura

    A good hoeing is worth two waterings.

  • Nothing really to do with me @tui34 as I am no longer in the EU.
    However, I spotted the Bloody Butcher tomato and thought I'd ask what you thought of this variety?
    I bought some seeds of this last year from a reputable UK supplier but they were nothing like the description.  I used them to add to others for Tomato sauce but other than that, I was extremely disappointed.  I'll stick to my Black Krim this year.
  • tui34tui34 Posts: 2,749
    I'm growing these new varieties for the firs time this year.  @philippasmith2  Most of the seeds were given to me by a friend who lives in Avignon.  I grew a number of different varieties last year - Black Cherry Tomato varieties being the most prolific.  I love tomatoes, growing them and eating them.  I love the smell the stems and leaves emit when you go past them!!
    NB  At the bottom of the list of tomatoes :  Blackberry, Kumato and Heinz are different varieties.
    A good hoeing is worth two waterings.

  • JennyJJennyJ Posts: 8,234
    Dancing with Smurfs!!!!! What a fantastic name for a tomato :D:D I'll have to look out for that one next time i need tomato seeds.
    Doncaster, South Yorkshire. Soil type: sandy, well-drained
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