WIN tickets to GROW London 2015!

Shot-1bLowResWe’re excited to announce that from 19th to 21st June we are going to be exhibiting at Grow London, Hampstead Heath. The contemporary show is in its second year and is an urban, boutique event with only around 100 exhibitors so we are thrilled to have a stand there.

We have got ten pairs of tickets to giveaway so visit our Facebook and Twitter pages to find out how to enter. Or you can email us at with your name address and contact telephone number to enter the draw.

In addition, we’ve got a voucher code for half price tickets – just enter SEED2015 at the checkout for 50 per cent off!

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 will be on stand J10 so come along and find out more about growing your own. We’ll be showing some of our most popular seed growing kits, plants and equipment and will be running some great deals – so make sure you stop by to meet Neil and the team.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Find out more about the show and book your tickets on the Grow London website:

Flex your green fingers for National Gardening Week!

This week (14th – 20th April) is National Gardening Week 2014 – the country’s biggest celebration of gardening, organised by the Royal Horticultural Society.

It’s a great opportunity to get out in the garden, embrace the great outdoors and start sowing and planting seeds, flowers, trees, plants, herbs, vegetables and fruits. Thousands of people, public gardens, charities, shops and heritage organisations are getting involved and have plenty of events and activities taking place up and down the country. There are beginner’s workshops, walking guides, garden parties, planting groups and grow your own sessions – so there’s something for everyone.

With the lovely sunshine predicted to stay for a few weeks, now is a great time to start growing your own so have a look at our Seed Pantry product range on the website for planting inspiration.

There are competitions running online, on Facebook and Twitter to win some great gardening goodies so for more information visit: National Gardening Week 

Also, The Big Allotment Challenge starts on BBC2 at 8pm tonight (14th April) so why not tune in for ideas and tips and to get in the gardening spirit!

Cono Sur teams up with Seed Pantry..

Cono Sur teams up with the Seed Pantry at the Edible Garden Show

In line with its green credentials, award-winning Chilean winery Cono Sur is linking up with urban gardening company Seed Pantry to exhibit at this year’s Edible Garden Show at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire from 18th – 20th March.

Continuing their joint efforts to encourage people to grow, cook and eat their own produce, Cono Sur and Seed Pantry are inviting visitors to their ‘Urban Garden’ stand at the Edible Garden Show, where they will demonstrate innovative ways to grow fruit and vegetables in the smallest of spaces, from window boxes to balconies, using household items such as newspapers and even bikes!

Visitors to the stand will have the opportunity to taste the delicious, sustainably-produced wines within the award-winning Cono Sur range including the highly-acclaimed Pinot Noir, as well as learn how to plant vegetable seeds, make a plant pot out of old newspaper and find out about how to match their home-grown produce to Cono Sur wines.

Cono Sur is renowned for its sustainable production, becoming the first winery in South America to gain the ISO 14 064 certification, widely regarded as the most reliable measure of efficiency in measuring greenhouse gas emissions. Sustainability is at the heart of Cono Sur’s philosophy and the team goes to great lengths to produce perfect wines with the minimum environmental impact.

Cono Sur and the Seed Pantry’s Urban garden stand will be at the Edible Garden Show from the 18th – 20th March so come along and learn how to eat, cook and drink sustainably! For further information on sustainable living and seasonal recipe ideas, visit the website