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Hi Lucie,
Thanks for your enquiry, the products are all the naturally occurring colours. The seed is not organic, but none of it is treated and all is GM free.
I hope that helps.

By Garden and Home UK SELLER on 15 April 2015
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I'd start them indoors, but reckon after the frosts have finished, they can be planted outside :)
By Sandi M. on 18 January 2014
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We bought them as a father's day gift this year and will plant them next spring. There is no sell by date on the box or the seed packets but I think most seeds have a good shelf life, ie 2 years (I have checked other seed packets I have). So I would say yes, they should be fine as a Christmas gift to plant out next year.
By Tracy J on 06 November 2014
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As a starter kit, all is included. As one progresses, you may need extras!
By Fred on 10 June 2014
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These were in our box. I'd check with customer services to see if they'd replace it for you
By Tigamum on 30 March 2016
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The packaging & info leaflet do not indicate this fact. Although seed EC rules & standards apply, this kit is deemed a novelty gift & is sold as such.
You may get a positive response from www.plant-theatre.com.

By wendy on 20 May 2015
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This might be the start of a yellow corgette but I bought this as a gift for a friend. I will ask her and try to get back to you with an answer.
By Cathy moore on 09 August 2015
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5.5" x 5"
By S. Prince on 06 December 2015
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It doesn't say on box but I don't believe they are as I know carrots were original purple and m@s sold red Brussels this year. I think they've used original produce but looks weird because we're not used to those colours.
By mrs j meyer on 03 January 2015
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Hi, Michael is correct, the soil needs to be moist not wet - over watering is the single biggest reason for non germination.
By Garden and Home UK SELLER on 01 February 2017