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 September 2021

Woo Hoo! September is the perfect time to sow Hardy Annuals so they can grow and develop into healthy plants throughout autumn. Many Perennials and Wildflowers can be sown now too. There are some seeds that need a cold spell to germinate so autumn is brilliant for getting them off to a good start.
There’s nothing like growing your own flowers from seed. If you want flowers for cutting or a beautiful wildlife garden then a few minutes spent sowing seeds this month will bring wonderful things for you in 2022. It’s good to plan ahead!
Christmas Collections are available now! Seed collections make the perfect gift for keen gardeners and there’s some exciting new products coming soon too… so watch this space.
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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Larkspur 'Light Pink'

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Larkspur 'Light Pink' Seeds

Larkspur 'Light Pink' has spires of palest pink double flowers on long branching stems. From an autumn sowing Larkspur produces sturdy plants and flowers early the following year. They can also be sown in succession in spring to give for the longest flowering period. If you are growing flowers for cutting then I suggest you sow in March and May too.

If you love Delphiniums then you'll love these! Larkspur are annual Delphiniums.

Larkspur seed germinates best with a period of cold stratification. You'll find a simple explanation of how to do this on the Blog. Annual Larkspur are extremely hardy... they are classic country garden plants. Their dramatic flowers are good in your borders, for cut flowers and for drying to make confetti. In fact some people say that Larkspur makes the best confetti!

Genus Consolida
Variety 'Light Pink'
Plant Type Hardy Annual
Height and Spread 90-120cm x 30-45cm ( 3-4 feet tall x 12-18 inches)
Sow Seeds Sow indoors in February/March. Sow outdoors in April/May then again in autumn, September/October. Larkspur usually takes 20 to 22 weeks from seed to flower ** Seeds need cold stratification before sowing.**
Thin/Plant Out Allow 45cm (18 inches) between plants.
Conditions Required Prefers moist but well drained soil in full sun. Provide netting support stretched horizontally to keep plants upright or the stems will bend.
Flower Production Beautiful pale pink flowers produced from May to September.
Picking Pick Larkspur early in the morning, remove most of the leaves and stand them in deep water for a few hours before arranging. Lasts 10 days in a vase.
Planting Combinations Larkspur is one of the best annual flowers you can grow. You will be amazed at how gorgeous these flowers are and how talented you are for growing them! They grow particularly well with other tall Larkspur, Ammi and Dill.

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