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Win 1 of 15, a Grafted Vegetable Plants Collection worth more than £25 @ RHS

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Product: Win a Grafted Vegetable Plants Collection worth more than £25

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We've got 15 specially selected Mr Fothergills Grafted Vegetable Plants Collections to give away this month. And five lucky runners-up will each receive a copy of the RHS Garden Problem Solver worth £12.99 each.

Mr Fothergill’s Grafted Vegetable Plants Collection consists of*:

Grafted Tomato Plants offering you different shapes, sizes and flavours:

Super Sweet F1 (Cherry) - a really tasty grafted tomato with heavy trusses of sweetly-tasting cherry tomatoes throughout summer.
Shirley F1 (Standard) - a much loved variety famed for its heavy yields of well-flavoured fruits - an outstanding tomato hybrid.
Supersteak F1 (Beefsteak) - a large tomato beefsteak variety with delicious tasting fruits, ideal for eating fresh, slicing and for cooking with.
Grafted Cucumber Plants selected for high yields and strong performance:

Castro F1 - a long Dutch-type cucumber with crisp, dark green skin and a crunchy bite. Known for being easy to grow, plants are vigorous and crop well through the summer.
Socrates F1 - an all-female type, plants have a strong and vigorous habit and plenty of bitter-free cucumbers through the summer.
Grafted Pepper Plants from sweet through to hot, ideal for container growing:

Jericho F1 (sweet) - a large cropping sweet variety with thick-walled fruits up to 15cm long. They ripen from green to red and are great for stuffing as well as eating raw.
Big Devil F1 (hot) - Very high yielding with a taste of tabasco sauce, plants produce an abundance of bright green and red fruits through summer.
Fire Flame F1 (chilli hot) - not for the faint hearted! Fiery hot chilli peppers up to 15cm long, ripening to a rich red through summer. High yielding and perfect for pots.
All this would normally cost you more than £25, so enter the competition for your chance to win!

Please enter your answer
Which Brussels Sprout shares its name with a French emperor?
ANSWER: B) Maximus

Enter your details, good luck!

Completion message:
Thank you for entering the RHS Grow Your Own newsletter competition.

Link to competition rules

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