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If you're looking for a quick and easy way to add vibrant colour and taste to dishes and don't want to be restricted by traditional harvesting methods, try growing Microgreens from Johnsons Seeds.
In recognition of Fleuroselect's Year of the Marigold, Johnsons Seeds has introduced an unusual new Marigold variety to its retail collection for the 2018 season.
Whilst your little ones are seeking out chocolate goodies on an Easter egg hunt, why not also introduce them to the world of gardening with the Johnsons Little Gardeners range.
WIN WITH JOHNSONS SEEDS AND SARAH RAVEN14 Feb 2018
This season, Johnsons is offering its customers a chance to win a place on one of Sarah Raven's renowned flower courses, set in her beautiful gardens at Perch Hill.
JOHNSONS CELEBRATES YEAR OF THE PEPPER5 Feb 2018
To support Fleuroselect's Year of the Pepper in 2018, Johnsons Seeds has introduced a new and exclusive hot pepper variety to its retail collection this season.
Now's the perfect time to start planning out your herb garden for 2018 and for something a little different, why not create a Jekka McVicar vertical herb garden.
Johnsons Seeds reports increased sales of 31% for its Microgreens growing kit in the 2017 season, buoyed by the continuing trend of adding baby leaves to dishes.
Since its launch in 2012, the Sarah Raven flower collections, in partnership with Johnsons Seeds, have sold over 4,000 metres of seed, in over 700 retail outlets.
With re-designed packaging and a stylish new wooden display, the new-look Johnsons Little Gardeners range, launched in the 2017 season, has enjoyed a boost in sales.
Johnsons is strengthening its vegetable seed range with the introduction of three exclusive varieties for the 2017/18 season, all of which promise excellent yield, flavour and vigour for ease of growing.
Cut flower and wildlife seed sales reveal 'Easy Elegance' as the key to effortless garden and vase displays.
As spring approaches, many young and new gardeners are finding the idea of starting their own herb garden appealing.
Growing flowers for cutting from seed is more popular than ever according to Johnsons.
Versatile coriander was the most popular herb with those gardeners who bought from the Jekka's Herb seed range offered by Johnsons in 2016.