David Domoney Seed Range Makes Grow-Your-Own Easy

Mr Fothergill’s teams up with celebrity gardener to launch brand new seed range aimed at newcomers to grow-your-own

Love Your Garden presenter David Domoney has joined forces with the vegetable experts at Mr Fothergill’s to develop David Domoney’s Get Growing seed range for the 2018 season. The collection comprises 56 of the most popular vegetable varieties in the Mr Fothergill’s range, plus 10 easy to use seed mats and tapes for no-effort sowing.

Though aimed at building confidence and ensuring success among new gardeners, both novice and experienced growers will benefit from the tried and tested range of quality seeds. Each packet offers simple, jargon-free growing instructions and easy reference icons, while a QR code on every packet links gardeners to further ‘on the spot’ advice from David’s website www.daviddomoney.com

David Domoney at the Mr Fothergill’s Press Day 2017
Launching the range through garden centres and www.fothergills.co.uk this autumn, David Domoney said: “I am delighted to be working with the team at Mr Fothergill’s. Growing seeds is such great fun, and I want my range to encourage many more budding gardeners to get growing from seed. Whether garden experts or first-timers connecting with a plant, the moment seed germinates is a special experience that everyone should enjoy.”Mr Fothergill’s retail marketing manager, Ian Cross, added: “David Domoney’s Get Growing range is the perfect starting point for anyone new to growing vegetables from seed and fits perfectly with David’s passion for encouraging everyone to discover the life-long joy that gardening can provide. Displayed A-Z at the garden centre, newcomers can now make a quick and informed buying decision from a honed offering that is just for them.”

The David Domoney Get Growing range will be available from garden centres and
online from August 2017. Varieties include Lettuce Little Gem, Beetroot Solist, Carrot Nantes 5, Dwarf Bean Ferrari and Climbing Bean Cobra.

Visit your local garden centre for the full range or head over to www.mr-fothergills.co.uk