Seed Shop


Vegetable, Flower and Herb Seeds

All of our seed is certified organic or biodynamic seed.

You can download our 2017 certification here:

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All of our seed is produced from open polinating plants.

Welcome to our Seed Shop

We sell vegetable, herb and flower seed, produced on a small scale by Biodynamic and Organic growers either here in the UK or bought from other seed companies in Europe who also have a local network of growers producing the seeds.

We are licenced by Defra’s Animal and Plant Health Agency to undertake seed marketing operations; which includes selling, packing, sealing and labeling, preparing mixes, and cleaning and processing seed.  Our licence number is 7539.

working with SHS 

After twenty-one years of supplying biodynamic seeds, Stormy Halls Seeds at Botton have entered into a collaboration with the Seed Co-operative. This agreement will allow Stormy Hall Seeds to focus on producing biodynamic seed and increase the amount of hand sorting and processing work it can carry out. This will enable Stormy Hall Seeds to provide more valuable activity for the people supported in Botton Village. In return the Seed Co-operative will take over machine processing of seed, and sales and distribution. This means that in future you will be able to buy Stormy Hall Seed from the Seed Co-operative rather than directly from Stormy Hall.  This is a positive development for both organisations and the adults with learning disabilities supported by Camphill Village Trust.


Our 2017 catalogue is still available.

Our catalogues provide more detail than we have here at the moment, including:

  • more details and information
  • bulk packs for growers and farmers
  • details of the source of each variety

Please contact us to request a paper copy, or click here to download a copy.

To find out more about the Seed Co-operative, please click here: Seed Co-operative.

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Please check out our new varieties.  We have a new aubergine, broccoli, carrot, corn salad, courgette, 6 new flowers, a french bean, 5 new herbs, a kohl rabi. 2 leaf beets, a lettuce, pea, radish, a spring onion, swede, sweet corn, 3 tomatoes and a new cabbage.  Plus a fantastic new cape gooseberry.  These were all included in our 2017 catalogue but seed sales have been so brisk we have not had a moment to get them on to the web site until now (25 Apr).

Please also try out our lettuce leaves mix or asian salad leaves mix and the summer purslane that we are trialing on the web site now, with a view to including in the 2018 catalogue.

Do please let us know what you think of our varieties and if there is something you are looking for; we are always open to suggestions.

The full category list is below: