Seed n Sow Blog

  • 11 Easy To Grow Flowers For Beginners

    Knowing where to start can sometimes be the hardest part of gardening when you are a beginner!

    That's why we have put together a helpful list of 11 easy to grow flowers you can grow yourself from seed. Along with some helpful information about each variety.
  • Seeds To Sow In June!

    We have put together a list of all the seeds available at seednsow.co.uk that you can start sowing this month. There are so many delicious, organic vegetables you can start growing and beautiful flowers to brighten up your garden! 

    We have even included some helpful growing tips for you!

  • Seeds To Sow In May!

    We have put together a list of all the seeds available at seednsow.co.uk that you can start sowing this month. There are so many delicious, organic vegetables you can start growing and beautiful flowers to brighten up your garden! 

    We have even included some helpful growing tips for you!

  • Seeds To Sow In April

    We have put together a list of all the seeds available at seednsow.co.uk that you can start sowing this month. There are so many delicious, organic vegetables you can start growing and beautiful flowers to brighten up your garden! 

  • How To Grow Basil From Seed!

    Growing a Basil plant from seed can prove challenging, so we thought we would share our growing tips with you. They require a lot of attention at the beginning to ensure you get a thriving, bushy Basil plant! 
    The pruning process at the start is so worth the continuous, delicious, Basil you end up with. It can be added to so many recipes!
  • Seeds To Sow In March!

    We have put together a list of all the seeds available at seednsow.co.uk that you can start sowing this month. There are so many delicious, organic vegetables you can start growing and beautiful flowers to brighten up your garden!
    We have even included some helpful growing tips for you!
  • Common Mistakes People Make When Seed Starting

    If your anything like me every room in your house will currently have trays and pots of seedlings you are nurturing. All ready to be transplanted into the garden when it gets a little warmer.

    If you didn’t see our blog post last week it includes a helpful list of seeds you can start in February so you too can be surrounded by sprouting seeds.

    Growing your own produce from seed can be very economical, not to mention rewarding! However, it is not without its challenges.

    That is why I have put together a helpful guide explaining what not to do when seed-starting.

  • Seeds To Sow In February

    We have put together a list of all the seeds available at seednsow.co.uk that you can start sowing this month, in Februrary. There are so many delicious, organic vegetables you can start growing and some beautiful flowers!
  • 5 Tips for Growing Basil From Seed

    Basil is one of the most popular herbs in the UK. Many of us tend to buy Basil leaves in packets or as a cheap small plant in the supermarket without realising how easy it is to grow from seed yourself!

    We will now give you our top tips for growing Basil from seed successfully!

  • Seeds You Can Sow In November

    Growing and eating produce you have grown in your own garden truly is so rewarding. Many people are under the assumption that seed sowing is mainly a spring task but we have bought to you a list of herb, vegetable, flower and house plant seeds that can be sown this month.
  • 10 Reasons Why You Should Start Container Gardening

    There really are so many benefits to container gardening. It gives those people who have a balcony, patio or terrace with no grass or soil the opportunity to grow delicious herbs, fruits and vegetables or beautiful flowers.
  • 10 Reasons Your Seeds May Not Be Germinating

    Growing from seed can prove to be very economical, with more and more people choosing to grow their own produce from seed at home. 

    However, growing from seed can prove to be quite a challenge. We have put together a helpful list of the top 10 reasons your seeds may not be germinating so that you have the best possible chance of success.