It’s easy to grow your own flowers from seed. Here’s beautiful flowers, growing information & seed collections for gifts.

Gillian McCullochWelcome to Country Garden Seeds!

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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Geum chiloense 'Mrs Bradshaw'

SKU 00323
£1.95
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Geum chiloense 'Mrs J Bradshaw' Seeds

Perennial Geums are vigorous plants with strong stems and plenty of beautiful flowers. Mrs J Bradshaw has blooms in the most vibrant shade of red. Flowers are semi-double and carried on stems rising above well branched mounds of foliage.
Geum are brilliant plants for beginners because they are very easy to grow and super productive giving you an excellent show in the garden and masses of flowers. They love sun and dappled shade. What's more they are perennial. Cut back after flowering and they'll produce a second flush of flowers in late summer then regrow to flower again next year. Excellent source of nectar for Bees. Awarded the prestigious Award of Garden Merit by the RHS for reliability and good garden performance.



Genus Geum chiloense
Variety Mrs J Bradshaw
Plant Type Hardy Perennial.
Height & Spread 60cm tall x 45-60 cm wide (2 feet tall x 18 inches to 2 feet wide)
Sow Seeds Sow indoors from February to July at 13-18°C. Lightly cover with compost. Allow seedlings to grow until well established then pot on and grow until well established. Plant out and sow direct from when the soil is warm from May onwards. Alternatively sow August/September and establish over autumn and winter.
Plant Out Plant out after the last frosts from May onwards. Once plants are established they are hardy all year round to minus 20°C.
Conditions Required Geums prefer well drained soil and a sunny spot. They will also grow in dappled shade. Water thoroughly in dry spells. Deadhead and feed to keep the flowers going.
Flower Production Masses of blooms produced from May/June to August/September.
Planting Combinations Geums are are some of the best perennial flowers that you can grow. They are especially good for early colour and you will be amazed at how many flowers are produced. They make a great show on their own and with other hardy perennials and grasses.


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