Get ready to GROW!

We’re excited to announce that from 20th to 22nd June we are going to be exhibiting at Grow London, Hampstead Heath. The contemporary garden fair is a new concept in British gardening shows and is an urban, boutique event with only around 100 exhibitors so we are thrilled to have a stand there.

Whether you grow herbs on a window sill, plant pots of peonies on your balcony, sow seeds in your allotment or are just looking to jazz up your garden, GROW London promises masses of inspiration, creativity, originality and style for everyone, from plant-mad professionals to green-fingered enthusiasts.

We’ll be displaying some of our finest grow your own kits – from seasonal seed starter packs, to our new cooks’ ingredients food plants. We’ll also be launching our brand new app at the show so come along to find out more.

Stop by our stand (G1) to come and meet the team, view our seed kits and plants and to discover more about the wonderful world of growing your own!

Visit the GROW London to find out more about the show and to book tickets: GROW

Time to go veggie…

Monday sees the start of National Vegetarian Week – an opportunity for individuals, businesses, community groups, educational establishments to highlight meat-free products, share recipes and discover more about the benefits of a vibrant vegetarian lifestyle.

This year, the organisers are encouraging Brits to go meat-free for a week, which is a challenge for many, but tasty recipes, handy hints and tips will be posted on the website, Facebook page, Twitter  @NVW2014 and on the app all week.

In fact, research shows that nearly half of the British public would rather go veggie for a week, over giving up fish and chips or alcohol, sing karaoke in front of friends, eat a packet of dry crackers or sit in a bath of baked beans for week! *

Here at Seed Pantry we are always encouraging our green-fingered fans to plant and grow their own vegetables, salads and herbs. So why not try going veggie for a week and, better still, now is a great time to start thinking about setting up a vegetable patch in the garden. If you don’t have the space, our popular kits let you grow your own in even the smallest of outdoor spaces – from balconies, window-sills and yards.

As well as being cost-effective and environmentally friendly, growing your own veg, salads and herbs means you can eat completely organic produce, grown and picked by you.

So during National Vegetarian Week, why not start growing your own vegetables, salads and herbs at home and experiment with the delicious, wholesome vegetarian diet.

For more information visit: National Vegetarian Week

(*) Source: The Vegetarian Society, 16th May 2014