About Us

Fresh, home-grown food tastes better than anything you can buy in a shop - it just does! You cannot beat the taste of eating a vegetable picked freshly off the plant, and popped straight into a favourite recipe. But, the challenge has always been in researching what to grow, when to grow it, and how to ensure all the plants survive to produce a bountiful crop. Don't worry though, that's how we can help.

Our carefully crafted 'grow-by-numbers' programme ensures everyone can enjoy eating fresh, more nutritious, home-grown vegetables throughout the year. Whether you're a busy parent trying to put a nutritious meal on the table, a frazzled commuter unable to treat your body to the quality food it craves, or even if you're just looking for a new hobby, SeedPod will help bring a smile to your face.

Everything about SeedPod has been designed with simplicity in mind: from the incredibly easy signup page, to our minimalist and environmentally-friendly packaging that will fit perfectly through your letterbox, and of course our regular and easy-to-follow growing guidance. We've taken all the hassle out of planning your vegetable calendar, giving you the freedom to enjoy growing and eating your own food.

Our Seeds


All our organic seeds have been approved by the 'Organic Food Federation' who have 'certified' that both our seeds and our processes are fully sustainable, and environmentally sound. Our seeds have also been specially selected to be easily grown, and to maximise the amount of produce. Most have even received the prestigious 'Award of Garden Merit' by the RHS.

Those seeds that have not been certified as organic, and are a part of our non-organic subscription do, where possible, remain untreated.



We’re passionate gardeners and have already discovered the fantastic health and environmental benefits that can be gained from home-growing. We're now devoting ourselves to expanding the SeedPod community.

We will be sharing our own experiences - the failures as well as the successes - of growing our monthly seeds. If you'd like to learn more about what we're up to you can either take a look at our Facebook page, follow @SeedPod on Twitter, or read the latest news from our blog on Tumblr.

Our Website


We’ve built SeedPod to be open, and to encourage cooperation. To that end our code is open source and accessible on GitHub on a simple and permissive MIT license. Do please feel free to use it, share it and improve upon it.

We'd like to thank the kind photographers who have granted the use of their images under a Creative Commons license. And finally we would like to say a huge thank you to our contributors who built and continue to maintain the site.