Earlier this year we received a lovely email from a customer in New Zealand who was storing his seed packs in a one hundred year old Suttons seed tin given to him by his grandfather. It prompted us to ask our customers just how they were storing their seeds and not surprisingly we received a huge variety of answers ranging from cd cases, to ice cream tubs, cardboard boxes in the loft and a 1950 biscuit tin.
Now's your chance to purchase this lovely Heritage Seed Tin, which is based on the front cover design of one of our old catalogues and it measures 16cm (6½") x 22cm (9") x 6cm (2½") deep, to keep your seed packets dry and safe.
Renowned for our quality and innovation, Suttons is extremely proud of its rich history as one of the original pillars of the Great British Gardening industry. Founded 1806 by John Suttons, Suttons opened the country’s first seed testing laboratory in 1840, sold the first ever foil sealed vacuum packed seeds in 1965 and have held the Royal warrant for over 140 years.