I shared a snippet of these on Monday, and told you how they played to my organisation obsession and my love of tins, which rivals that of notebooks. And they're full of seeds too and while they're available from Suttons individually, it's better value if you're buying a few tins to opt for one of the two sets.
Individual tins are £4.95 each, but the salad or root vegetable collection of six tins cost £24. That sounds a lot, and you're right it is a lot for seeds, but each tin has three packets of seeds in, so that doesn't make it quite so bad.
And of course there's six tins which look like seed packets, that could be used for things other than seeds.
I chose the salad collection and now have plenty of seeds for pak choi, spring onion, chard, lettuce, leaf salad and rocket. Lucky that they're all things we eat plenty of, and the type of crop that I expect to grow more of once my new pots arrive (that's another story!)
The root vegetable collection contains two varieties of beetroot, two of carrot and two of radish, which might work better for you. I suspect my tins will be around for a long time, and not necessarily always for seeds.
What would you use them for?
This isn't a collaborative post, I saw them, bought them and love them. And that's without eating the evidence - yet!