Coed Products: Winter season: Teas, balms, oils, creams, tintures, and seeds

 (dried organic herbs from the gardens)

‘FEEL YOUR BEST’ – £4.50

An immune system boost keeping colds/flu at bay.

‘UN-WIND’ – £4.50

 A tea to release tension, de-stress and sooth and calm your nerves

‘BLOOD MOON’  – £4.50

A protective tea promoting easy menstrual flow, assisting digestion and supporting the heart.


A minty, summer flower mix of vibrant aromatics to make you smile throughout the day.

Ingredients link

mugwort has an ancient history of use, it enhances dreaming, as well as aiding menstruation. £6

lighten your sorrows and lift your days. £8


Delicately hand-picked flowers of camomile which will help ease your stresses and strains. £10


mugwort smudge sticks – £8

Other herbs at wholesale price:



MUREMBEREMBE (cassia abreviata)







CALENDULA OIL – £6 (better for massage) About calendula

(better for in the pocket)


Use to ease aches and pains.

60ml – – – £10


Light moisturizer for face and body

60ml – – – £15


Light moisturiser for face and body.

60ml – – – £15


John the bee mans HONEY is also available, in Jars at £10 an lb, or wholesale 7kg tub for £70.

TINCTURES –  – Made with pure grain organic alcohol and fresh organic herbs straight from the garden!

Birch polypore Tincture – 30ml – £9

Elecampane tincture – 30ml – £6

Cramp bark tincture – 30ml – £6

Breath easy tincture – (elecampane, horseradish, angelica) 30ml – £5

Wormwood tincture – 30ml – £6

Turkeytail tincture – 50ml – £15

Artists bracket – 50ml – £15

Coed Seeds available for winter 2022/23 – sale.

£1.50 per packet, plus delivery.

Email for placing orders, or call/message  07507578885.

Please provide the following details –

  • Your name and the name of Seeds you would like
  • Address you would like them sending to

All sales go to developing the community growing space at Coed Hills Forest garden.

There are many of the usual things we supply, plus a few new and unusual plants like the yacon to try for those of you who never have!

PLEASE NOTE – Number on the list indicates how many packets of seeds we have available.

If you would like any more info about the seeds on the list, please send me an email or text on whatsapp on the contact info above and I will get back to you with more info.

What I can say here is that this seed collection has been evolving for about 25 years, with a focus on small scale, self-sufficient approach using organic growing methods. We know the quality of our seeds as we rely upon them ourselves to increase our self sufficiency.

 They are ALL potentially open pollinated (we don’t isolate plants using structures or covers, so the ‘out-breeders’/promiscuous crops can potentially cross pollinate. The question then arises – why do we let them cross? We rarely buy in seed, and have good results even with a few odd crosses here and there, notably the squash (hence the names!). The Squash we grow are incredible. We always have huge yields, and they are all the dense winter type. We can store them regularly over 1 year from point of harvest. The vast majority of these seeds are “in-breeders” and so open pollination is not an issue.

Also a note on the beans – We grow beans both for the fresh pods and for the dried seed, for stews etc, but they can all be used interchangeably if you like! There are some that are better than others for the different purposes so we have separated them out on the list below.  

Thanks for taking the time to read, and thanks for your orders!

Have a great festive season!

Fruit/ seed crops

Squash – (all these varieties are dense winter varieties with orange flesh. Skin color varies from white to green to grey to orange. They are all excellent storers. The varieties which we know have crossed are crosses between golden hubbard, white hubbard, crown prince, kabotchka, green Hokkaido and butter cup.)

    •  Crown Prince
    • Coed Winter
    • Orange Hubbard
    • White Hubbard
    • Coed Seedy buttercup
    • Stevie’s favourite
    • Super storing
    • Hubbard x crown prince
    • “Best ever”

Cucumber – (all these varieties are easy to grow and prolific, indoors and outdoors)

    • Siberian
    •  “Stevies”  
    • Coed Short

Cucamelon – (polytunnel crop)

Achocha –  Bolivian Giant (polytunnel crop)

Watermelon – (hotbed and polytunnel crop)

Loofa – (polytunnel crop)

Aubergines (polytunnel crop) these varieties are both easy to grow

  • Czech early


  • Climbing ‘french’ beans (need structure) (for the pods)
    • Cobra
    • Embercombe – (very string-less and delicious eaten fresh)
    • Purple podded
    • Neckar queen
    • Golden gate (yellow beans)
    • Runners – Scarlett emperor  
    • Runners – Grandad’s midnight runner
  • Climbing ‘french’ beans (need structure) (for drying)
    • Borlotti – lingua di Fuoco  
    • Romanian Brown
    • Jamaican Brown
    • Romanian Pale
    • Poletchka
    • Jack Edwards pea bean
    • Runners – Scarlett emperor  
    • Runners – Grandad’s midnight runner

Dwarf beans – For the pods

  • Trosjes bonen (very dwarf, 1 foot tall, dozens of small thin pods)

Dwarf beans – For drying

  • Best Dwarf French – very easy (3 ft tall)
  • Peas
    • Latvian – (storer)

Chillies – (from hottest to mildest!)

  •  Carolina reaper
  • Alberto locoto
  • Orange Habernero
  • Aurora
  • Ibiza (very small)
  • Small chili
  • Machu picchu
  • Ohnivec

Tomatoes – (mostly polytunnel crops, but also mountain magic and crimson crush have the best blight resistance so we grow these outdoors as well)

  • Mathu’s
  • Salchichon
  • Golden Queen
  • Red plum commercial
  • Red plum
  • Eva’s Ball –
  • Yellow plum
  • San Marzano
  • Large orange plum
  • Golden current
  • Mountain magic
  • Crimson Crush
  • Venus
  • St Piere
  • Ox heart
  • Amish paste
  • Costoluto


  • Love lies bleeding (red seed)
  • Nuttaliae (white seed)
  • Quinoa


  • Ashworth
    • Glass gem
    • Special Swiss

Physalis – (polytunnel crop)

  • Plaza Latina Giant
  • Cape Gooseberry


We use these all for green manures

  • Oats – black
  • St John’s Rye
  • Hungarian Grazing Rye
  • Buckwheat

Greens/leaf crops


  • Ruby
  • Canary Yellow
  • Perpetual spinach


  • Green in snow
  • Purple frills
  • Giant red

Salads –

Lettuce –

  • Red Oak leaf
    • Lolo bionda
    • Black Simpson
  • Rocket – esmee
  • Wild rocket
  • Curly leaf parsley
  • Flat leaf parsley
  • Greek cress
  • Land cress
  • Chervil
  • Galaxy
  • Celtuce
  • Chinese mallow
  • Claytonia
  • Red orache


  • Mixed leaf Amaranth
  • Kalaloo (black seed)
  • Kalaloo (White seed)

Basil (polytunnel crop)

  • Sweet Genovese
    • Holy basil

Kales / brassicas –

  • Ragged jack/Russian
  • Sutherland kale
  • Spring Greens
  • Black tuskan (cavolo nero)
  • Kohl Rabi
  • Sea Kale (perennial)

Oriental Greens –

  • Vivid Choi
  • Pak choi
  • Komatsuna
  • Serifon
  • Sessantina


  • Green Utah

Root Crops

  • Radish
    • Black Long
    • Pink Beauty
    • Red Breakfast
  • Parsnip – tender and true
  • Beetroot Golden
  • Cylindra beetroot
  • Yacon tubers – lots – We will send them to you in the post in a little bag of compost, please plant in pots in greenhouse imeadiately. Grow indoors in pots until last frost, then transplant. (frost sensitive)

Herbs Crops

  • Horehound
  • Holy basil
  • Wild fennel
  • Angelica archangelica
  • Yellow Calendula
  • Poppy opium
  • Chamomile
  • Rue
  • African marigold
  • Ox-eye daisy
  • Pink campion
  • Saint Johns wort
  • Wild carrot
  • Motherwort
  • Poke root
  • Thorn Apple
  • Catnip
  • Lavender
  • Milk Thistle
  • Lemon balm
  • Hyssop
  • Coriander
  • Wild Fenel
  • Elecampane
  • Yarrow
  • Dill
  • Echinacea
  • Musk mallow (malva moschata)
  • Chinese mallow
  • Chinese angelica

Flower Crops

  • Sweet peas
  • Purple toad flax
  • Purple loosestrife
  • Cosmos (pink)
  • Honesty
  • Scabious
  • Sunflower
    • Single headed
    • Multiheaded
  • Corn cockle
  • Nasturtium

Dye plants

  • Woad

New zealand spinach


Seed Collections

Stevie’s Allotment Starter Kit

Specially selected for ease of growing, high yield and diversity.


  • Kale ‘Ragged Jack’
  • Mustard ‘Green in the Snow’
  • Chard ‘Canary Yellow’
  • French bean ‘Cobra’
  • Squash ‘Crown Prince’
  • Rocket ‘Esmee’
  • Rye ‘Hungarian Grazing’
  • Tomato ‘Crimson Crush’
  • Lettuce ‘Oak Leaf’
  • Sunflower

Back Garden Starter Kit

Five tasty, nutritious, easy-to-grow and slug resistant kitchen greens.


  • Parsley
  • Rocket ‘Esmee’
  • Kale ‘Sutherland’
  • Mustard ‘Green in the Snow’
  • Dill

Coed Forest Garden Herbal Garden Starter Kit

Five key medicinal plants for fresh and dried infusions.


  • Calendula
  • Chamomile
  • Lemon balm
  • Yarrow
  • Motherwort

For more info, call on 07507578885, or reply to this email.
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