Vegetable Seeds

Whether you're an experienced allotment owner or growing your own for the very first time, Marshalls Garden vegetable seeds are backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee.
We have cheap, organic and unusual vegetable seeds for sale that can be sown directly into beds or grown in pots for those with smaller spaces.

Quality vegetable seeds to give you great results.

  • All packets have full and clear instructions.
  • 24-hour despatch on all UK vegetable seed orders.
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Vegetable Seed FAQs

If you have a question that isn't listed here, browse our full list of FAQs or contact us for more information.

How do I store vegetable seeds?

It's possible to store many types of vegetable seeds for sowing in later seasons and even years. Collect seeds into an envelope and label them clearly, before placing them into an airtight container and storing somewhere cool.

When should I sow vegetable seeds?

This depends on the vegetable and variety that you are growing. The good news is, we've taken all the guesswork out of your sowing schedule as all Marshalls vegetable seed packets come with full instructions on sowing, pricking out, planting and harvesting.

How do I plant vegetable seeds?

Some seeds are suitable to be sown directly into the ground, while others may need to be established in pots before being planted out. When moving growing plants, take great care not to damage the stems as this could stunt future growth.

What is the fastest way to grow vegetables from seeds?

Vegetable growing often takes patience. However, some varieties of radishes and salads can go from pot to plate in under a month! For varieties that take a bit more time, following the instructions on your packet and giving the plants what they need will help you get a crop as quickly as possible.

What is the easiest vegetable to grow from seeds?

Beans, carrots and salads are among the easier vegetables to grow from seed. Plant them, water them and feed them and you should have fresh produce to enjoy.

Why buy vegetable seeds from Marshalls Garden?