Kings Seeds releases new grow your own catalogue

Kings said its 2017 catalogue is its best since the company founded in 1888.

Essex-based seedsmen Kings say it is a "bumper year" for new varieties. The company is celebrating year of the bean and year of the zinnia.

Among new launches are Broad Bean Karmazyn, Climbing French Bean Cobra, Spring Onion Lilia, Chilli Pepper Tabasco, Petunia hybrid Purple Velvet F1 and Sweet Pea Winston Churchill.

Kings revamped its whole range in 2016 after the arrival of Andrew Tokely from Thompson & Morgan.

Kings will be at Glee (Birmingham NEC 12-14 September) on stand 18H52.

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