P1000889 (2)We’ve changed over our seed boards in anticipation of spring planting! Now, don’t be too hasty, some of these seeds will still need to be germinated inside or in a mini-hothouse (or a maxi-hothouse if you’ve got one) before they can be planted into the garden when the soil has warmed up. New varieties include ‘Isis Candy’, a cherry tomato with marbled fruits of rose-red and yellow-gold; cucumber ‘Calypso’, perfect for pickling or eating fresh; or, if you’d like to try your hand at some native seeds we have Manuka (Leptospermum scoparium), the source of that highly sought-after medicinal honey. Get sowing!