Potatoes (Solanum tuberosum) are tubers that grow and form at the plant’s roots.
Delicious in pies, soups and stews, and full of vitamins and minerals, pumpkins are a tasty autumn and winter treat.
What could be better than a bowl of sweet, freshly-picked raspberries in summer?
Salad rocket, like its name, is a fast-growing salad leaf, perfect for adding a peppery spiciness to your salads.
Runner beans (Phaseolus coccineus) are among the easiest and most rewarding vegetables to grow.
There are over 900 distinct species of Salvia, providing a huge range of smells and vivacious colours.
Plants in the Sedum genus are easy to grow, produce lots of nectar for pollinators, and provide lovely autumn colour.
Coming in a range of colours and sizes, Snapdragons bloom from June through to October on tall spire stems.
Sorrel is a great substitute for spinach, with a similar texture but a sharper citrus flavour.