28 new veg and flower seed varieties for 2022! 

For over 125 years, Dobies has provided gardeners with a fabulous choice of new seed varieties at down to earth prices – and this year is no exception! Dobies has added 28 new veg and flower varieties to its collection (including a further seven new seeds to the Rob Smith Range) keeping all gardens – from allotments to window boxes – brimming with blooms and well stocked with produce.

Introducing 19 New Veg Seeds 2022 Varieties

Perfect for Growing your own, these new veg seeds 2022 additions bring even more choice for all who love to grow their own.


Tempting Tomatoes

 Tomato Seeds – Y Ddraig Goch F1 (Red Dragon)

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A history-making Tomato – the first officially registered with a Welsh name!
 
A superb British bred cordon variety with exquisite flavour and outstanding rich red tomatoes. This new variety, introduced at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019, is a cross between gardeners’ and cooks’ favourites Goldstar and Cedrico.
 
Tomato Seeds – Y Ddraig Goch F1 (Red Dragon)
Sow: February to April
Code: 43 92 66
10 Seeds


Tomato Seeds – Honeycomb F1

Perfect for snacking and salads!
 
These gorgeous, orange-yellow, large cherry tomatoes came top in taste tests, thanks to their sweet, juicy flavour which has undertones of honey. You’ll see less fruit splitting than Sungold with around 150-200 cherry tomatoes per cordon plant.
 
Tomato Seeds – Honeycomb F1
Sow: March to April
Code: 43 93 66
10 Seeds
£2.99


Sensational Squash

Courgette Seeds – British Summertime F1

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British bred and perfect to grow in a British Summer (dull and wet!)
 
One of the earliest fruiting courgettes, British Summertime has been bred to yield an abundance of fruit even in cold conditions. With an exceptionally open bush habit, improved air circulation reduces disease and fruit rot, plus allows for rapid picking of top-quality dark green fruit from spine-free plants.
 
Courgette Seeds – British Summertime F1
Sow: April to June
Code: 43 96 61
10 Seeds
£2.99


Pumpkin Seeds – Triple Treat

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The perfect pumpkin by far – it really is a triple-treat!

Not only is this trailing variety one of the best to carve it also has thick, deep orange flesh that’s delicious roasted or made into soups and pumpkin pie. Each pumpkin grows to around 20-25cm wide and weighs 3-3.5kg. Its hull-less seeds don’t have a hard shell, so are perfect to eat raw or roasted for a healthy home-grown snack.

Pumpkin Seeds – Triple Treat
Sow: April to early June
Code: 43 97 18
10 Seeds


Amazing Alliums!

Onion (Spring) Seeds – Lilia

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A dual-purpose Italian variety with a robust flavour!
 
Lilia Spring Onions have dark, pink/purple bases, tapering to dark green leaves and a shiny, intense red inner core. Delicious grown as spring onions, these plants can also be grown as a maincrop storing bulb onion – when fully mature it shows defined red and white inner rings.
 
Onion (Spring) Seeds – Lilia
Sow: March to July
Code: 43 79 38
550 Seeds


Leek Seeds – Rally F1

One of the earliest harvesting summer leeks!

Rally F1 produces medium to long leeks with blue-green leaves and heavy, uniform shanks. It’s extremely pest and resistant to rust and thrips, with very good holding ability in the ground and resistance to leaf breakage.
 
Leek Seeds – Rally F1
Sow: Late January to March
Code: 43 63 76
40 Seeds


Leek Seeds – Batter F1

Excellent standing ability – leave them in the ground all the way until January!
 
Batter F1 produces long, easy to prepare shafts with a good amount of useable flesh, with very good thrip and disease resistance – specially to rust.
 
Leek Seeds – Batter F1
Sow: February to April
Code: 43 64 46
40 Seeds


Super Salad Varieties

Radish Seeds – Felicia

A fantastic new colour in French Breakfast Radish – PURPLE!
 
Felicia produces long, slender roots which graduate to white at the tip. Their crisp flesh has a good, peppery flavour plus they are easier to slice than round varieties.

Radish Seeds – Felicia 
Sow: March to September
Code: 43 83 64
300 Seeds
 
Triple Pack
Code: 43 83 99
900 Seeds


Pepper (Sweet) – Panache F1

Yields copious crops of colossal fruit – all in a little space!

Panache F1 produces small (45-60cm) plants that really pack a punch! Producing lots of huge 200g fruit, ripening from green to red, which are around 12cm long! That’s a lot of fruit from a small plant which also offers excellent disease resistance.

Pepper (Sweet) – Panache F1
Sow: February to April
Code: 43 37 23
8 Seeds 


Cucumber Seeds – Hopeline F1

Trailing snack-sized Cucumbers make picking a doddle!
 
Hopeline F1 produces crisp and sweet, short, snack-sized fruit up to 8-10cm long. Great to grow in the greenhouse or in baskets, where they will happily trail to make picking a doddle! Resistant to Powdery Mildew, these plants average 55 fruits each.
 
Cucumber Seeds – Hopeline F1
Sow: April to June
Code: 43 48 86
5 Seeds


Pea Shoots Seeds – Anubis

Tasty & delicious Pea Shoots for year-round flavour!
 
Highly nutritious and easy to grow, this super quick crop is packed full of surprising and intriguing flavours to titillate your taste buds. Sow indoors at any time of year and enjoy delicious, crunchy, vitamin-packed, pea shoots in just 3 weeks with a second picking a few weeks later.
 
Pea Shoots Seeds – Anubis
Sow: January to December
Code: 43 05 57
200 Seeds


Spinach Seeds – Mikado F1

Perfect to sow all summer when other varieties will quickly set seed!
 
Mikado F1 is an Oriental Spinach, producing larger leaves which come to a point, producing excellent yields from multiple side shoots. Incredibly slow to bolt, sow all summer or grow in winter protected in the greenhouse. Downy mildew resistant. RHS AGM winner.
 
Spinach Seeds – Mikado F1
Sow: March to September
Code: 43 18 54
500 Seeds


Brilliant Brassicas

Broccoli (Stem) Seeds – Hirzia F1

Why wait until spring for Sprouting Broccoli? Hirzia crops from July!
 
Hirzia forms small, compact plants with main heads, which then split into spears. Producing more spears than its predecessor, Stemia, it is perfect to cut a few at a time, so you can enjoy its delicious tasting spears as you need them.
 
Broccoli (Stem) Seeds – Hirzia F1
Sow: March to June
Code: 43 26 16
20 Seeds


Broccoli (Sprouting) Seeds – Santee F1

At last, a summer/autumn cropping Purple Sprouting Broccoli!
 
Santee F1 is one of the quickest to grow and crop – no waiting until the following year to harvest. You’ll be enjoying its superb flavour in no time, with massive crops for almost 6 months. Leave to overwinter and you’ll be rewarded with more spears in spring.
 
Broccoli (Sprouting) Seeds – Santee F1
Sow: March to June
Code: 43 26 64
25 Seeds


Cabbage (Red) Seeds – Romanov F1

Colourful and sweet leaves – ideal for salads.
 
Romanov F1 produces tender and sweet elongated red cabbages – like rugby balls – with good holding ability without splitting, weighing up to 2kg each. A real summer cabbage, it’s ideal for salads and slaw but equally suited for pickling or braising with apple and red wine for Christmas.
 
Cabbage (Red) Seeds – Romanov F1
Sow: Late February to May
Code: 43 32 71
65 Seeds


Versatile Root Veg

Carrot Seeds – Ibiza F1

The quality and taste of a Nantes with the shape of an Imperator!
 
Ibiza F1 is incredibly sweet and perfect for snacking, with a better colour and taste than ‘SugarSnax 54’. This long imperator type produces very uniform, 30cm long, tapered, smooth roots with a very dark orange colour. It’s great for the dinner plate and as a show carrot.
 
Carrot Seeds – Ibiza F1
Sow: March to June
Code: 43 39 21
400 Seeds


Carrot Seeds – Mercurio F1

Roots do not split even when over mature.
 
Mercurio F1 is an early harvesting (from June) Nantes type, with a vigorous and upright habit. It has good bolting resistance, so stands in the ground longer – roots don’t split even when over mature. Produces carrots 18-20cm long, smooth skinned and with excellent colour.
 
Carrot Seeds – Mercurio F1
Sow: February to April
Code: 43 39 81
300 Seeds


Swede Seeds – Gowrie

Winter hardy purple-skinned variety with tasty, firm flesh with consistent colour
 
Bred in Scotland by The James Hutton Institute and an RHS AGM winner, Gowrie is perfect to use throughout autumn and into the new year from October to late January – lift as required or store them in sand.

Resistant to both clubroot and powdery mildew, plus very winter hardy due to its high dry matter.
 
Swede Seeds – Gowrie
Sow: Mid-March to mid-June
Code: 43 86 01
500 Seeds


All Dobies new veg seed is available to order online now.

Dobies range of new veg seeds 2022 has been carefully selected to provide you with high quality to seeds to grow in your own veg patch. Over the coming weeks we’ll blog all the highlights from across Dobies’ new seed range with tempting recipes and beautiful imagery.

We hope you enjoy our New veg seeds 2022 range! Browse Our Latest Blog Posts to keep up to date with our new range launches, special offers and giveaways!

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