Seeds - Cut Flower
Cut Flower Seeds, 1 supplied chosen at random but may include one of the following ...
Sweet Pea, These dwarf sweet peas are a delight of colour and scent.
Poppy Pandora, These poppies, open into deep papery blooms.
Poppy Shirley Double, Double flowers in reds, whites and pinks.
Zinnia Lilac, beautiful lilac bloom with double petals and contrasting crest, they will brighten your day.
Zinnia Red, . These splash like blooms make for something fresh in your garden beds and cut flower ensemble.
Sunflower Teddy Bear, These Teddy Bear Sunflowers will grow in abundance of extraordinary deep golden flowers.
Seeds - Edible Flowers
Edible Flower Seeds, 1 supplied chosen at random but may include one of the following ...
Forget Me Not, We love these even more knowing we can actually EAT them on a good salad.
Chamomile - Not only a pretty one, but so, so useful! These daisy-like flowers can be dried and steeped to make a tea to help sleep or even a skin wash.
Viola Berry Pie, Just like a warm berry pie in the cold months, these little Violas will be a welcome burst of colour for the senses.
Alyssum, That feeling of looking outside and it's snowed overnight, you'll get the same satisfaction for these low growing, hardy flowers.
Seeds - Garden Greens
Garden Greens Seeds, 1 supplied chosen at random but may include ...
Tomato, Tomatoes you'll just keep going back for, and there will be many.
Radish. Spinach,These deep leaves will keep giving through the season for a fresh supply of greens.
Lettuce, a very welcome addition to the plate.
Cucumber, Deliciously fresh, deep green fruit are great for that summer salad or sorting out those tired eyes for a make shift home spa.
Rocket, Deeply notched leaves, delicate to eat with a well-loved strong, peppery flavour that will make you look good in the garden and the kitchen.
Carrot, Apart from the delicious taste, the best thing about a carrot has to be pulling them out. Just make sure it's not too soon!
Seeds - Garden Herbs
Garden Herb seeds, 1 chosen at random but may include ...
Thyme, Enjoy fragrant summer evenings and morning displays of bumblebee and butterfly visitors.
Spearmint, mint is a real go to herb.
Parsley, Plant the seeds near your kitchen for easy picking and zesty flavours.
Oregano, Plant once and enjoy on your plate for years.
Coriander, Coriander is an easy grow and delivers on flavour.
Chives, delicious light onion taste .
Basil classic Italian, One taste and you are brought back to that trip to the Mediterranean.
Seeds - Micro Greens
Micro Green Seeds, 1 chosen at random but may include...
Amaranthus Red, they are jam packed with good healthy things.
Kale Black Magic, Expect crazy good health benefits and plant that just keeps on giving. Likes the cold more than we do, which just makes us love it more.
Komatsuna, this variety with their white stems and thick leaves is filled with goodness and the delicious mustard taste without the spicy reputation.
Seeds - Nectar Flower
Nectar Flower seeds, 1 chosen at random but may include ...
Lavender, Grow in pots, on a windowsill, in a border, along pathways, just anywhere you can enjoy this relaxing scent.
Sunflower, These sun worshippers can grow up to 2m+ the giant golden beauties will be fun to grow and will bring a whole heap of bees, butterflies and bugs to your garden.
Nigella Love in a Mist - these sky-blue beauties, may look wispy and delicate, but are no damsel in distress and will be hardy to an English frost.
Cosmos Purity - wonderfully white blooms sitting on apple green leaves. Enjoy these in the garden or cut for the kitchen table vase.
Echinacea Purpurea - Makes for a superb sight in clumps of purple blooms growing to 90cm+ They are a real zinger for the bumblebees and butterflies.
Seeds - Wild Flower
Wild Flower Seeds, 1 chosen at Random but may include...
Wild Flower Mix. One instant English meadow coming up, complete with lot's of nectar for bees and butterflies.
Lupin Mix, These mix of bloom colours are great for bee, butterfly and pollinator visitors and for making you look live a gardening marvel.
Cosmos Sensation, these bright beauties will shoot up to 90cm tall and will grow daisy-like flowers in pinks, reds, and whites with yellow centres.
CatMint, Grown in neat mounds, they will attract bees, butterflies and cats owing to their fragrant scent and beautiful lavender like purple flowers.
Crazy Daisy, Thin white petals with golden centres, the perfect addition to that escapism garden.