Suttons launches Rob Smith grafted veg into Wyevale

Rob Smith, the winner of the BBC Allotment Challenge,is launching a new and exclusive range of six grafted vegetable plants at Wyevale Garden Centres.

The Rob Smith range is available  available as grafted 10cm potted plants and super plugs direct from Suttons Seeds' Dobies of Devon, and also for the first time exclusively in retail in Wyevale Garden Centres as 10cm potted grafted plants from the end of April.

Aubergine Meatball, Tomato Red and Yellow Currant, Pepper AlmaPaprika, Cherry Tomato Garnet and Cucumber White Wonder are available.

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