Rob Smith Range

If you’re after a really special garden gift, look no further than the Rob Smith range. A personally curated collection from our horticulture expert, heritage vegetable enthusiast and guardian of heritage seeds, it is sure to have something every gardener would love to receive.

New Rob Smith Range

Gardeners who enjoy discovering new varieties will be delighted with a gift from the new Rob Smith range – exciting new ...
Gardeners who enjoy discovering new varieties will...
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Rob Smith Flowers

If you want to grow blooms to have an abundance of fresh cut flowers for your home, then Rob Smith flowers are the top c...
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Rob Smith Fruit

The Rob Smith fruit collection contains special varieties that you’d be hard pushed to find in any greengrocer. Chosen e...
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Rob Smith Garden Tools

Lovers of traditional wooden handled garden tools would be delighted to receive something from the Rob Smith garden tool...
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Rob Smith Vegetables

Rob’s Smith’s range of vegetable plants is great for growing on the allotment, in the garden and in containers. Rob want...
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I have a real passion for heritage veg. These are varieties that have stood the test of time and produce amazing crops. They are also what my grandad used to grow, that taste takes me straight back to helping him in the garden as a child.

On the allotment

On my allotment I’m experimenting with several rare heritage varieties of lettuce, beetroot, onion and squash, hoping that we can offer them in future catalogues. I like to grow all the varieties in the range so I know what they taste like and how they perform. I’m building a large fruit cage for raspberries at the moment, and trialling some raised beds to save my back!

Find out more at Rob Smith's Heritage Veg Plant Range!

On cut flowers

Flower growing is addictive, from easy to grow calendula and borage, to the more particular larkspur. There are companion plants to help encourage insects, flowers to use for cooking and of course, plenty of beautiful flowers to grow, cut and enjoy. Try the stunning lilies or the incredibly productive Zinnia. But whatever you grow, enjoy them!

Find out more at Flower Arranging with Rob Smith!