Our 2021 open days will be held at Soham on the following dates:

  • Monday August 23rd 2021 to Friday 27th August 2021
  • Tuesday August 31st 2021 to Friday September 3rd 2021

Please download the invite for further information.

  • Tuesday 21st August 2018 - Seed Trade Day for the professional and packet seed Companies
  • Wednesday 22nd August 2018 - for professional growers
  • Thursday 23rd August 2018 - for professional growers

Updated: Please note that the professional growers days are 21st and 22nd August, not 22nd and 23rd as previously advertised.

  • Wednesday 21st August 2019 - for professional growers
  • Thursday 22nd August 2019 - for professional growers
  • Friday 23rd August 2019 - Seed Trade Day for the professional and packet seed companies

Watch out for out new organic vegetable seed range for 2017/18, coming soon ...

We have recently revised and updated two of our tomato brochures for the ARTISAN and INDIGO tomato varieties which we carry and sell here in the EU market wide.

The new brochures may be downloaded at http://www.provegseeds.com/home/brochure-downloads

  • Tuesday 16th August 2016 - Packet seed customers open day
  • Wednesday 17th August 2016 - Trade and professional growers open day
  • Thursday 18th August 2016 - Trade and professional growers open day

Good news for our US customers: Seeds from our AAS-award winning Patio tomatoes are now directly available from our friend and USA distributor Aaron Whaley.

A. P. Whaley LLC, 1928 Syvrud Road, Mount Horeb, WI 53572 USA. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Website: www.awhaley.com Office Phone: 608-437- 9081 Mobile Phone: 608-220- 7732.

To facilitate delivery, seeds of Patio tomatoes can be ordered in small 5,000 seeds quantities or more directly from Aaron. This way, all seeds from our Patio tomato breeding project are obtainable in the USA. The assortment includes also our three AAS winners Terenzo F1, Lizzano F1 and Fantastico F1:

Terenzo F1: Very easy-to- grow cherry tomato with great flavour. Quite resistant to cracking. Easy to pick throughout summer. Vigorous and well adapted for hanging baskets. Tidy low-growing, high yielding trailing plants. Only 25 – 30 cm height.

Lizzano F1: First late blight (Phytophthora infestans) tolerant cherry fruited semi-determinate variety on the market. Vigorous, healthy plants. High yields. Great tasting fruits, allowing continuous harvesting over a long period.

Fantastico F1 (in Europe known as Romello): Mini plum fruits, trailing determinate variety with attractive bushy growing habit. Some late blight (Phytophthora infestans) tolerance. Produces masses of sweet tasting fruits. Excellent shelf life.

You can download the US version of our Patio tomato brochure here for more information: http://www.provegseeds.com/home/brochure-downloads 

Marketing LogosPro-Veg have launched new marketing logos, to be used with their award winning patio tomato varieties.

'A number of our customers were asking for a logo, to help support their sales of our Patio Tomato series' said John Burrows, Director. 'The logos can be used on plant labels, marketing material and seed packets.'

Initially designed for 'Romello' (named Fantastico outside Europe), the logos are now also available for Lizzano and Terenzo.

Indigo Tomato RangeThe INDIGO™ Series is a new class of open pollinated and hybrid tomatoes which have great taste and include high levels of anthocyanins.

These naturally occurring purple pigments are important antioxidants which are known to be beneficial as part of a healthy diet.

Soham open daysSummer visitors to our Open Days, hosted by Darlow Contract Services at Soham, have reached record numbers this year, seeing increases in professional grower customers visiting the trials.

The trials on show at the end of August covered a diverse selection of crops. Of particular note was a trial highlighting the blight resistance of the Patio Tomato range, along with our first significant demonstration trial of the vibrant IndigoTM and Artisan ranges of tomatoes from the USA. In addition to this, the trials also featured baby leaf crops, cucumbers, dwarf sunflowers, bulb and salad onions, along with dwarf beans and new brassica varieties.