It’s easy to grow your own flowers from seed. Here’s beautiful flowers, growing information & seed collections for gifts.
Flower Seeds for your garden, for cut flowers and for wildlife.
Do you dream of a beautiful garden full of scented flowers and buzzing with wildlife?
The truth is that it’s not just a dream but a distinct possibility for you.
In this shop you will find flower seeds for your garden, for cut flowers and for wildlife. I have grown these flowers myself then selected the best, most beautiful and easiest plants for you to grow. To find out more about a plant just click on the images below to open the page and read more about how to grow them.
Seeds to sow in May.
There are lots of lovely Hardy Annual Seeds to sow in April. They are beautiful in your garden, excellent for wildlife and brilliant for cut flowers too.
May is the month to sow Half Hardy Annuals too. Cosmos Antirrhinum (Snapdragons) Rudbeckia and Cleome can all be sown now.
COUNTRY GARDEN SEED SHOP
Biennial Flowers Pastel Collection
Long strong stems and masses of gorgeous flowers in pastel shades are characteristics of this selection. There are six packets of seeds in this collection. Flowers are the most gorgeous pastel shades of chalky pink, lilac, lemon and cream and with hints of dusky pink. These are top quality plants often grown by flower farmers.
We've taken the hard work out of choosing the very best flowers for you in the most sumptuous pastel colours. If you are planning to grow early flowers in your garden, for cutting, for a special happy event such as a wedding or anniversary celebration or simply to add colour to a neglected area you can't go wrong with this selection! These biennial varieties have been specially selected to complement each other either growing in your garden or as cut flowers in a bouquet.
Each collection contains these specific varieties:
- Lunaria annua 'Mixed'
- Hesperis matronalis 'Mixed
- Digitalis 'Foxy Mixed'
- Campanula medium
- Erysimum 'Primrose Dame'
- Aquilegia 'Pastel Mixed'
These are all brilliant plants for early colour. Following on from spring bulbs this collection of biennials will flower from March until the end of June or even longer. They are very easy to grow and super productive giving you masses of flowers for picking.
|Genus||Biennial Flowers Pastel Collection|
|Variety||6 Packets of Seeds: Lunaria
annua 'Mixed', Hesperis matronalis 'Mixed', Digitalis 'Foxy Mixed',
Campanula medium, Erysimum 'Primrose Dame’ & Aquilegia 'Pastel Mixed'|
|Plant Type||Hardy Biennials|
|Height & Spread||Various|
|Sow Seeds||Sow seeds direct in summer from June onwards. You can also start seeds off indoors then plant out when your young plants are well established.|
|Plant Out||Move plants to their flowering position in September then allow them to grow on throughout autumn and winter.|
|Conditions Required||Like most biennial flowers this collection prefers a sunny spot and will tolerate some dappled shade. Water thoroughly in dry spells, keep picking/deadheading and feed to keep the flowers going.|
|Flower Production||Buckets of blooms in pastel shades produced from March to the end of June or even longer.|
|Picking||Pick early in the morning or in the cool evening and stand flowers in deep water for a few hours before arranging. Cut flowers will last at least 5 days in a vase.|
|Planting Combinations||This Pastel Biennial Collection contains some of the best early flowers that you can grow. You will be amazed at how many flowers are produced. These varieties have been specially selected to complement each other either growing in your garden or as cut flowers in a bouquet. They will grow beautifully with Digitalis 'Apricot' and white biennials such as Daucus & Sweet William.|