New Unwins and Marshalls seed ranges lined up for 2013

Westland brands Unwins and Marshalls Seeds are developing their offerings for the 2012-13 season with new ranges and varieties.

Mail-order brand Marshalls is to be launched to the retail consumer with a 100- vegetable and herb variety range for the experienced gardener. Displays will feature landscape packs and rustic stands.

Westland marketing director Keith Nicholson said: "The range will appeal to consumers who visit garden centres to browse."

Unwins has launched a Chilli and Peppers Collection for retailers that is merchandised by heat. It includes Orange Habanero at 350,000 Scoville heat units and the one-million unit Gro-sure Naga Fire Flame.

It is also launching a Gro-sure Chilli Kit aimed at men and an Organics range of 24 vegetables and herbs.

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