Thanks everyone Will let you know how I get on later but Premier Seeds seems you have most 'votes' at the moment.
I've ordered from Premier Seeds Direct; carrots, sprouts, squash, basil, coriander, spinach, lettuce and rocket Just need to order my Tumbling Toms now
You can take a chance with poundland/world and Home Bargains. I bought a hanging basket collection from HB in the new year. You got six packs for 74p! Four out of the six packs have germinated. So I'm going to have two hanging baskets this year for 74p!
Well I'm impressed already, ordered last night and already have had notification saying they are on their way from both Premium Seeds and Crocus.....may be one for the Good Guys thread
These guys are great:
I've used them a lot over the past year, great website, the information sheets they supply with the seeds is fantastic. I've had excellent results with all seed purchased from them. But best of all, their customer service is excellent!
The presentation of the packets & information sheets also make them great for gifting (recently bought the girls in the office some Hibiscus for Mother's Day, they loved it!)
Yes, seedaholic are great, but for germination rates I would go for D T Brown
My seeds from Premier Seeds Direct have arrived today, really good service considering it was free postage and I only ordered them on Thursday night.
I've also ordered Tumbling Tom tomatoes from T&M as I couldn't get them from PSD and although I paid for postage they aren't here yet!!
Now my problem is I used more seed compost, went a bit mad sowing flower seeds in the GH yesterday LOL.....at least I'll have a sunny sunflower garden in a few months
I buy most of my seeds from Ebay, you can get all sorts of flower and veg seeds, never had any problem with buying them on Ebay. A lot cheaper. I like different tomato plants and they have a wider range than the seed merchants and garden centres.
PSD are an eBay shop Susan, I bought mine via EBay, also been looking for GH bits and bobs via eBay
Try nutsncones ( also on ebay) but have their own site!