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The experts at Suttons are always a step ahead when it comes to our gardens and allotments, and 2019 is set to be packed with exciting new products. The 2019 seed range is all about trying new varieties and growing something different, and the stunning red lettuce OutREDgeous was first grown on the International Space Station and eaten by the astronauts!

For those beds and borders, the 2019 flower seed varieties include nemesia 'Masquerade', a coconut-scented plant with quirky ‘masked’ flowers, African marigold 'Mission Giant' with its huge blooms, and much more such as our new and exclusive Native British Wildflowers

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