Grow Organic Vegetables All Year Round

If your thinking of supplementing your families diet with fresh homegrown organic vegetables, then your going to need to do some research and most likely some back-breaking preparation. Growing vegetables all year round is for many a chore that we simply no longer have time for, our busy lifestyle and social desires limit our gardening time.

Personally I find there’s nothing more exciting than vegetable gardening, the anticipation of a fresh harvest of newly ripened fruit, ripe for the picking. Whatever your motivation for growing organic vegetables at home, it can be as simple or as challenging as you wish.

The team over at Organic catalogue have complied a starter vegetable growers pack for the beginner or professional, especially if your short on space and or time.


So you want to grow vegetables at home? Not sure when to sow, when to plant or where to begin! This readymade grow your own vegetable plant pack from Organic Catalogue makes things simple.

Packed full of easy to grow vegetable plug plants, you will receive a seasonal collection of top quality plug plants that should be unpacked on arrival and planted out into your garden or allotment plot or pots as soon as possible.


Organic Catalogue dispatch your order three times a year giving you the chance to unpack freshly delivered organic vegetable plug plants on your door step and start growing fresh vegetables and home produce with your family.

Delivered in May, July and September you will receive a collection of ready grown plug plants that are bursting with vitality and raring to grow.


Follow the easy grow guide and you will be a vegetable grower in no time at all, no need to prick out tiny seedlings or pot up to grow on. Instead plant your seasonal vegetable collection straight into a prepared vegetable patch, containers or growing bags for seasonal fresh produce straight from garden to your kitchen table.

Buy organic vegetable plug plants from Organic Catalogue >>

If growing vegetables from seed is more your thing and you have plenty of free time to nurture emerging seeds and pot on delicate seedlings? Then these handy starter packs of organic and pre 1960’s heritage vegetables from will give you a head start.

Buy boxed organic heritage seeds from Garden Gear, nicely packaged these seeds make a great gift for a gardening friend or loved one.

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Stephen Pryce-Lea

Head Gardener and International Horticultural Consultant




“It’s a beautiful thing when a career and a passion grow together, when you find it in a Garden it’s like finding Paradise“

iGrowHort – A Head Gardener’s Horticultural Journey of love, life and learning.

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. Javy Dreamer says:

    How localized are the seeds?

    Would i get Texas ready varieties.?


    1. igrowhort says:

      Hi this website for the US has a good seed selection and also addresses the seeding by zones aspects.


      1. Javy Dreamer says:

        But it not like the other one that they automatically send when is time to plant.

        I’m on the low time wagon…

        Liked by 1 person

  2. Javy Dreamer says:

    Reblogged this on Garden Dreams!.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. terrepruitt says:

    Cool. It is a brilliant idea to have a readymade grow your own vegetable plant pack. Someone like me would need that if I were to thinking about growing my own veggies!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. igrowhort says:

      Agreed! I thought this was a really good idea if space and or time is limited.

      Liked by 1 person

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