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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Myosotis sylvatica

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Myosotis sylvatica Seeds

This lovely plant produces masses of tiny blue flowers with a yellow and white eye. Grow on it’s own in drifts or with other early spring flowering plants to fully appreciate the delicate blooms of this special plant.

In the wild Forget-me-nots are woodland edge plants where they grow in areas with sun and dappled shade. They are perfect for growing at the back of borders, along fences and hedges and underneath tall deciduous shrubs. Forget-me-nots add a lovely relaxed feel to a garden and are particularly good for country gardens, wildlife gardens and cottage gardens.

Genus Myosotis sylvatica

Common Name Forget-me-not
Plant Type Hardy Biennial
Height & Spread 30-45cm (12-18 inches) tall x 20cm (8 inches) spread
Sow Seeds To treat as annuals sow indoors in February - April on the surface of fine compost. Myosotis need light to germinate so do not cover the tiny seeds. To treat as biennials sow direct in late summer/early autumn whilst the soil is warm.
Thin/Plant Out When indoor raised seedlings are large enough to handle pot up into 9cm pots and grow on indoors until May when they can be planted into their flowering position
Conditions Required Forget-me-nots are hedge bottom and woodland edge plants and love moist but well drained soil. They prefer part shade with some sunshine. If the site is too shady they will still flower but plants will become leggy and lean towards any available light.
Flower Production Masses of bright blue flowers are produced for up to two months from May/June to July.
Picking Forget-me-nots make beautiful little posies and button holes. Sear stem ends for the longest lasting cut flowers (up to 10 days)
Planting Combinations Be generous if you have the space and grow Forget-me-nots in drifts. They also grow beautifully with other biennials such as Sweet Rocket (Hesperis matronalis) and Honesty (Lunaria annua) which also enjoy the same woodland edge type conditions.

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