A host of popular vegetable seed varieties is on offer in D. T. Brown's Fruit and Vegetables 2015 catalogue at just 99p per packet - and the mail order kitchen garden specialist has great giveaways to offer both flower and vegetable growers.

 

Among the 29 varieties priced at 99p are favourites such as Beetroot Boltardy, Carrot Nantes, Lettuce Little Gem, and Tomato Gardener's Delight, plus 'exotics' including Okra Cajun Delight F1, Pak Choi Tatsoi and Chard Bright Yellow.

Everyone who places an order with D. T. Brown will be sent a trial packet of seed of a new tomato called Nimbus F1, which can be grown either in a greenhouse or outside.

The company claims it is early to set fruit, crops well, has firm flesh and an outstanding flavour. It will be interested to hear how the tomato performs for customers in 2015 before it decides whether to list Nimbus F1.

Also free to all customers is a new booklet on vegetable storage written by D. T. Brown's expert Rachel Cole. Entitled 'Keep It Fresh', it is the result of her painstaking research and offers a valuable insight into how best to store and preserve a wide range of vegetables. Rachel has discussed her research on the acclaimed television programme 'The Beechgrove Garden.'

All D. T. Brown customers will also receive free seed labels, ideal for marking trays or rows, with every order placed, while free postage and packing is offered on all orders greater than £45, excluding discounts and p&p.

To request a copy of the latest D. T. Brown catalogue, write to D. T. Brown, Western Avenue, Matrix Park, Chorley, Lancashire PR7 7NB, telephone 0845 3710532, fax 0845 3710534 or go online www.dtbrownseeds.co.uk