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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?
Just sow a few packets of seeds for gorgeous flowers that your wildlife will love too.

In this shop you will find flower seeds for your garden, for cut flowers and for wildlife. Here are some of the best, most beautiful and easiest plants for you to grow.

News July 2021

July is a great time to sow all sorts of flower seeds. This is a great month to sow Biennials such as Forget-me-Nots, Wallflowers and Sweet William for early flowering next Spring. You can carry on sowing Perennials and Wildflowers in July too. You can also sow quick growing Hardy Annuals such as Poppies and some Half Hardy Annuals such as Sunflowers. Get them going now and they’ll go on flowering until the winter cold sets in and the frost arrives.
There are so many lovely flowers to grow now. Do feel free to have a browse if you’d like some inspiration. You’ll find growing information for each flower here in the shop too.

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Campanula medium

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Campanula medium Seeds

This lovely Campanula produces spires of bell shaped flowers on long sturdy stems. Each stem has many individual flowers which gives them a most attractive appearance. Blooms are produced in pastel shades of pink and blue with white. Campanula is a popular cottage garden plant, reliable and beautiful in the garden and lovely as a cut flower for the home or for special events.

Grow a row of these in the cutting patch or mingled in a mixed border in full sun/dappled shade for best results. Campanula medium is extremely easy to grow and produces masses of flowers for not much time, money or effort!

Genus Campanula medium
Common Name Canterbury Bells
Plant Type Hardy Biennial
Height & Spread 75-90cm ( 2.5-3 feet ) tall x 30cm (12 inches) spread
Sow Seeds Sow outdoors in a well prepared seedbed when the soil is warm from the end of May to August. Alternatively sow in modules indoors and plant out six weeks later in August/early September.
Thin/Plant Out Thin seedlings to 15cm/ 6 inches to allow plenty of space for the foliage and roots to grow. In autumn transplant or plant out where you’d like them to flower next year. Allow a minimum of 30cm / 12 inches per plant.
Conditions Required Campanula love moist but well drained soil. They prefer a site with plenty of sunshine. Feed and water regularly to keep flower production going for months.
Flower Production Sow this summer for flowering next year. Like many biennials Campanula medium begins flowering early in the year (May onwards) before hardy annuals and perennials come into flower in June. Spires of pastel blooms are produced for up to three months from May until the end of July.
Picking Cut flowers regularly and dead-head to make sure that your plants continue to produce new blooms. When cutting strip the lower leaves and place the cut flowers into a tall bucket of clean water. Allow to rest overnight before arranging.
Planting Combinations Canterbury Bells are lovely with other early flowering cottage garden plants such as Foxgloves, Honesty (Lunaria), Sweet Rocket (Hesperis) and Sweet William.

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