Grow Your Own Food – Heirloom Seeds

Grow your own food – For home & allotment gardeners

GROWING REAL FOOD IN SMALL URBAN SPACES

FOR HOME AND ALLOTMENT GROWERS

ORDER HEIRLOOM SEEDS

(IN) = Indoor Container (B) = Balcony (GA) = Garden/Allotment

Dear Harvest & Filter,
I live in an urban area. I haven’t done any gardening other than growing watercress during primary school. How can I grow nutritious, delicious, seasonal produce from seed – without a traditional garden?

Urban farming and associating food with health is something many of us have been disconnected from. Learn how, where and when to grow nutritious food in small spaces. Get excited at the possibilities of the small to medium crops you could achieve with Harvest & Filter heirloom seeds. We have put together heirloom (also referred to as heritage) seed packs to help remove the guess work and supply clear instructions, allowing you to grow the very best produce. Grow rich flavoursome life-giving foods for you and your family to enjoy, safeguarding your health.

Who says you need a garden to grow food? You don’t need to live in the countryside to have your own productive organic edible garden. Living space particularly in city areas come at a premium. Most people living in cities neglect their lifeless, concrete balconies; courtyards or rooftop terraces, using them for nothing more than hanging laundry and storing bicycles. This is why we, at Harvest & Filter, have curated a range of heirloom seeds to suit a number of environments – no space is too small – to encourage and help you grow some of your own food.

Live in a house or block of flats?
Do you have a window ledge or balcony?
Make those untapped urban spaces more rewarding for you. Start small by growing what you love to eat with Harvest & Filter heirloom seeds. 

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“Thank you for the chive seeds. They look very healthy! I am planning to plant them soon, some inside and the rest outside so they have two chances.” – Harvest & Filter client, London

“Got your seeds, lovely origami packaging. Great planting info and fab handy ruler guide. Will plant them asap – looking forward to yummy crop.” – Harvest & Filter client, London 

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Amaranth – (Callaloo)

(IN / B / GA)
Amaranth is an ancestral crop grown and harvested by ancient Mayan and Aztec civilisations. Popular in Caribbean cuisine.
Seed count approx. 200
£4.44

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Cabbage – Red Drumhead

(GA)
This popular heirloom variety produces a round solid heart in stunning red with dense leafy heads in a variety of red/purple shades. Red cabbages are said to contain about one and a half to two times the amount of vitamin C as a green cabbage.
Seed count approx. 200
£3.30

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Chilli – Tobago Seasoning

(IN / B / GA)
Chillies contain an important component called Capsaicin. Capsaicin is recognised for it anti inflammatory properties and its analgesic (painkiller) abilities.
Seed count approx. 8
£3.85

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Chives – Broad Leaved

(IN / B / GA)
Chives stimulate the digestive system and is a blood cleansing herb that tastes like a cross between onions and garlic.
Seed count approx. 75
£3.85

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Courgette – Cocozella von Tripolis

(B / GA)
Because most of the nutrients in courgettes are situated in the skin, choose to eat organic courgettes or grow your own courgettes organically.
The flowers of the courgette plant are also edible.
Seed count approx. 10
£3.50

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Kale – Nero di Toscana

(B / GA)
An old type of kale also known as Black Russian, Cavolo Nero and Dinosaur. Long, dark green, heavily blistered strap-like leaves which grow abundantly from the centre of the plant. A very popular and tasty heirloom variety. Due to its natural vitamin B9 content, kale helps prevent spina bifida in the foetus, so a particularly tasty asset for pregnant women.
Seed count approx. 200
£3.30

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Okra – Clemson Spineless

(IN / B / GA)
Okra is a great food to eat, especially for those working to reverse type 1,2 and gestational diabetes through improved eating. Benefits from eating okra includes managing blood sugar levels and lowering blood pressure.
Seed count approx. 15
£3.50

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Strawberry – Wild

(B / GA)
Strawberries are abundant in anthocyanins, which not only provide the delicious deep red colouring of the fruit, but also acts as a potent antioxidant.
Seed count approx. 50
£3.85

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Tomato – Red Currant

(IN / B / GA)
Red currant tomatoes are naturally tiny like red currants and deliciously sweet. Ideal for lunch boxes.
Seed count approx. 15
£3.50

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