Category: Annual Flower Seeds A-E

Asarina Scandens Vintage Mix - Seeds 0

Asarina Scandens Vintage Mix – Seeds

an Elegant Climber That Adds A Touch Of Class To Your Walls And Fences.known To Be Quick To Bloom And Hold Well In Flower.offers A Stunning Contrast Of Violet, Blue And White.low Maintenance And Easy To Look Afterasarnia Scandens Is An Elegant Vintage Mix That Is A Climber Offering You The Idealistic Country Garden Look At Your Home. Beautiful Bell Shape Flowers Beautifully Hang From This Plants Upright Growth Habit.a Seed That You Can Sow As Early As February, Makes For Early Blooming. Known To Be Easy To Sow And Forgiving, It’s A Fantastic Starter Seed If You Are New To Growing. You Can Expect To See Blooms From As Early As June And Offering Colour In Your Garden Right Into The Dark Nights Of October.asarnia Scandens Is A Half Hardy Annual, Preferring To Grow In Full Sun, So Try To Ensure You Offer Your Plant A Favoured Spot In Your Garden Where You Know There Is Sun In Abundance. when Bloomed It Is An Easy Plant For Maintenance And Aftercare, It Can Generally Be Left Alone And Looked After From Time To Time Depending On Weather Such As A Long Dry Spell.you Can Expect Healthy Coverage With Growth Height Of Up To 180cm/70in Met With A Spread Of 30cm/12in.

Daucus Dara Takki - Seeds 0

Daucus Dara Takki – Seeds

large Flowers On Wiry Stemsexcellent As A Cut Flower For Vasesfoliage Remains Short And Compacta Hardy Biannuallarge Purple And Mauve Fading To Off-white Umbels On Thin Wiry Stems Make This Plant An Amazing Cut Flower.a wonderful Border Plant Where Its Grass Like Foliage Remains Short And Compact Throwing Up Flowering Stems Which Will Peep Through Shrubs With Its 15- 18cm Diameter Flowering Heads.a Hardy Biannual Although Will Often Flower In Its First Year Too.

Black Eyed Susan African Sunset - Seeds 0

Black Eyed Susan African Sunset – Seeds

suitable For A Variety Of Places In The Gardencolourful Variants Per Flower Create Excitement.perfect In Hanging Baskets Or Wherever You Want Them To Climb.creates Drama And Excitement To Any Area In Your Garden.a Favourite Of James’s’ And A Flower He Feels Is A Key Ingredient In His Summer Garden Is Susan African Sunset. It Is A Flower That Instantly Injects A Feeling Of The Exotic Into Any Garden, And Is Fantastic At Creating A Wonderful Foreign Escape.long Flowering Times Will Also Be Enjoyed As You Will See Colour From An Early Part Of July, All The Way Through To The Dark Nights Of October. Black Eyed Susan Is Reasonably Hardy And It Will Stand Up Well To Cold Weather Just Not The Hard British Frost.we Recommend That You Start You Seedlings In February Plant Them Up In A Warm Place Inside. Our Seedlings Propagator Is An Ideal Way To Start. Combine This With Some Seed Cutting Compost And You Have All You Need. Ensure Your Compost Stays Moist And You Should See Seedlings In About 30 Days. You Then Need To Move Them Into A Bigger Area, If You Are Choosing Outside, Keep An Eye On Unexpected Frosts. As They Develop It Is Up To You Where You Want To Inject Colour.

Dolichos Lab-lab (hyacinth Pea) - Seeds 0

Dolichos Lab-lab (hyacinth Pea) – Seeds

beautiful Flowers And Pods In Summer And Autumnhighly-scentedtropical-looking this Is The Climber For You If You Are Looking For Sophisticated Purple Pea Flowers Appearing From The Ground To Above Head Height. This Half Hardy Annual Climber Is A Great Addition To Your Summer Garden. Just Find An Area Of Wall Or Grow Up A Supporting Trellis And Enjoy Watching This Climbing Plant Develop To Give Out Attractive Leaves, Highly-scented Purple Flowers And Attractive Purple Pods.the Flower Stems And Leaves Look Lovely In A Bouquet Or Vase Display. Just Partner With Summer Flowers Like Roses, Perennials And Grasses For Combinations Big On Texture And Scent.in The Garden Surround Your Climbing Dolichos Lab-lab (hyacinth Pea) With Complementing Purple Flowers And Bedding. Petunias, Lobelias And Purple Salvias All Make Suitable Flowers To Go Hand In Hand With Lab-lab.cut Back In Autumn Or Once The First Frosts Make An Appearance So You Can Enjoy The Summer Display As Long As Possible. Even After Flowering The Purple Pods Make An Attractive Feature Of Your Climbing Plant.useful Tip:simply Sow Lab-lab Between March And May In Individual 9cm Pots In Soil Covered By A Thin Layer Of Vermiculite. When Your Seeds Germinate Keep Them Watered From Below And Mist The Leaves. In May June Position You Plant In The Centre Of A Pot Near To The Wall With Trellis Or At The Base Of A Bamboo Wigwam.keep The Seed-heads On Your Plants; They Are Attractive And Add Texture To Your Flower Garden. Cut Flowers When They Have Seed Heads As Well As When They Are In Full Flower For Your Indoor Vases.

Ageratum Timeless Mix - Seeds 0

Ageratum Timeless Mix – Seeds

colour-changing Over The Whole Summerimpactful Long-stemmed Varietygreat With Ornamental Grasses choose Ageratum Timeless Mix, A Floss Flower Mix Of Blue, Pink And White Powder Puffs. These Traditional Favourites Are Now Available Growing On Long Stems So Reach A Height That Combines Them Well With Grasses And Other Tall Flowers In High Summer Like Echinaceas And Heleniums.grown In Pots You Can Place Your Colour-changing Flowers In Full Sun Or Half Sun, And Move The Pots Around So That They Follow The Sun As The Day Progresses. Moving Your Pots Also Allows You To Create Subtle New Displays In Different Parts Of The Garden.this Ageratum Timeless Mix Lends Itself To Nice Cut Flowers. Timeless Mix Flowers On 60cm (24in) Stems So Cut Easily And Combine Well With Other Flowers To Put In Vases Over The Summer So You Can Bring A Bit Of Your Garden In.useful Tip:simply Sow Ageratum In Trays Or Modules In February To April And Transfer Seedlings To Individual Pots When They Reach Around 7-10cm (2 1/2 – 4in). Once They Establish In Their Pots You Can Plant Them In Borders Or Pots In The Garden From Around May. In The North Of The Uk Wait Until Early June.

Armeria Ballerina Mix - Seeds 0

Armeria Ballerina Mix – Seeds

full Of Choice On Where You Planta Fantastic Mix Of Colours Including Red, White And Pinkvery Low Maintenance For Great Rewardshardy To Uk Weather Conditions And Tougher Soilsbeautiful Grass Like Foliage Forms A Neat Dome Shape And Drumstick Shape Blooms Adorn This Plant Through Late Spring And Into Summer. Often There Is More Flower Than Plant! Perfect For Creating Masses Of Colour Wherever You Choose To Plant.ameria Ballerina Mix Is A Forgiving Plant. It Requires Little Attention For Big Rewards. It Is Also Forgiving In Wherever You Plant It.loved By Pollinating Insects This Variety Is Ideal To Feed Early Pollinating Insects Too. A Great Way To Kick Off A Haven Of Nature In Your Garden In Early Spring.

Begonia Seeds - Illuminations Mix 0

Begonia Seeds – Illuminations Mix

A Bold Begonia Produce Large Many-petalled Flowers That Suspend From Trailing Stems To Give Masses Of Confident Colour. Great For Containers And Hanging Baskets You’ll Get An Abundance Of Cascading Flowers In Shades Of Apricot, Scarlet, White And Rose. A Sight To Behold!what’s More, It’s A F1 Hybrid, So Is Naturally Strong, Robust And Disease Resistant.here’s How To Sow Seeds For Successful Germination…..1)      Fill A 6-9cm Pot Or Cell Tray With Seed Compost – Which Is Light And Contains A Small But Balance Level Of Nutrients In The Soil. Overfill The Pot Or Cell Trays And Strike Excess Soil Off So That The Seed Tray Is Filled To The Top With Un-compressed Soil.2)      Water Soil From Underneath By Placing The Tray In A Container Of Water, Letting The Soil Absorb The Water From Underneath. After About Two-to Five Minutes Remove From The Container Of Water.3)      Press The Seed Into Individual Cells Or Pots The Soil To A Depth Of About 2cm Using A Dibber Or Pencil.4)      Cover The Seeds With More Of The Seed-compost.5)      Water Above With A Watering Can With Sprinkler (rose) And Add Fungicide To The First Watering To Guard Against Damping Off.6)      Label And Date The Seeds And Place In A Cool Light Place.sowing Directly Outdoors1)       Use A Rake To Level The Surface And Create A Crumble-like Tilth. At This Point Remove Any Weeds Or Large Stones Etc.2)       Water The Surface Prior To Sowing.  This Is Better Than Watering Over The Top Of Seeds Once They Are Sown As The Force Of The Water Can Displace The Seeds Unevenly.  3)       Thinly Scatter The Seed Over The Soil. Pour The Seed Into The Palm Then Tap Lightly With The Other Hand To Distribute The Seed

Cosmos Seeds - Antiquity 0

Cosmos Seeds – Antiquity

With Beautiful Two-tone Blooms And Fine, Feathery Foliage This Half Hardy Annual Is Lovely In Flowerbeds And In Container Displays As Tall Centrepieces.they’re Easy To Grow And Drought-tolerant So Excellent For In A Sunny Spot, And Why Not Cut A Few To Put In Vases, Bringing A Bit Of Your Garden Indoors.here’s How To Sow Seeds For Successful Germination…..1)      Fill A 6-9cm Pot Or Cell Tray With Seed Compost – Which Is Light And Contains A Small But Balance Level Of Nutrients In The Soil. Overfill The Pot Or Cell Trays And Strike Excess Soil Off So That The Seed Tray Is Filled To The Top With Un-compressed Soil.2)      Water Soil From Underneath By Placing The Tray In A Container Of Water, Letting The Soil Absorb The Water From Underneath. After About Two-to Five Minutes Remove From The Container Of Water.3)      Press The Seed Into Individual Cells Or Pots The Soil To A Depth Of About 2cm Using A Dibber Or Pencil.4)      Cover The Seeds With More Of The Seed-compost.5)      Water Above With A Watering Can With Sprinkler (rose) And Add Fungicide To The First Watering To Guard Against Damping Off.6)      Label And Date The Seeds And Place In A Cool Light Place.sowing Directly Outdoors1)       Use A Rake To Level The Surface And Create A Crumble-like Tilth. At This Point Remove Any Weeds Or Large Stones Etc.2)       Water The Surface Prior To Sowing.  This Is Better Than Watering Over The Top Of Seeds Once They Are Sown As The Force Of The Water Can Displace The Seeds Unevenly. 3)       Thinly Scatter The Seed Over The Soil. Pour The Seed Into The Palm Then Tap Lightly With The Other Hand To Distribute The Seed Evenly Over The Area Of Soil.4)    &nbsp

Dahlia Seeds - Bishop's Children 0

Dahlia Seeds – Bishop’s Children

Bright, Vibrant And Fun, This Mix Of Dark Red And Orange Blooms Adds Fire And Heat To Your Flowerbed. The Dark Foliage Is Equally Evocative As A Backdrop To The Bright Flowers. Plant In The Open Ground Or As Centrepieces In Containers And You’ll Have A Flower-display To Really Impress The Neighbours.they’re Easy To Grow And Drought-tolerant So Excellent For In A Sunny Spot, And Why Not Cut A Few To Put In Vases, Bringing A Bit Of Your Garden Indoors.here’s How To Sow Seeds For Successful Germination…..1)      Fill A 6-9cm Pot Or Cell Tray With Seed Compost – Which Is Light And Contains A Small But Balance Level Of Nutrients In The Soil. Overfill The Pot Or Cell Trays And Strike Excess Soil Off So That The Seed Tray Is Filled To The Top With Un-compressed Soil.2)      Water Soil From Underneath By Placing The Tray In A Container Of Water, Letting The Soil Absorb The Water From Underneath. After About Two-to Five Minutes Remove From The Container Of Water.3)      Press The Seed Into Individual Cells Or Pots The Soil To A Depth Of About 2cm Using A Dibber Or Pencil.4)      Cover The Seeds With More Of The Seed-compost.5)      Water Above With A Watering Can With Sprinkler (rose) And Add Fungicide To The First Watering To Guard Against Damping Off.6)      Label And Date The Seeds And Place In A Cool Light Place.sowing Directly Outdoors1)       Use A Rake To Level The Surface And Create A Crumble-like Tilth. At This Point Remove Any Weeds Or Large Stones Etc.2)       Water The Surface Prior To Sowing.  This Is Better Than Watering Over The Top Of Seeds Once They Are Sown As The Force Of The Water Can Displace The Seeds Unevenly.  3)       Thinly Scatter The Seed Over The

Dahlia Seeds - Harlequin Mix 0

Dahlia Seeds – Harlequin Mix

A Super Bright Show Of Vibrant Colour. The Tri-colour Blooms Of Many Petals Last All Summer Long Giving You A Fantastic Floral Display For Months And Months. Their Neat Dwarf, Compact Habit Also Means You Can Fit Lots In A Patio Container And Cut Stems To Put In Small Vases Indoors.here’s How To Sow Seeds For Successful Germination…..1)      Fill A 6-9cm Pot Or Cell Tray With Seed Compost – Which Is Light And Contains A Small But Balance Level Of Nutrients In The Soil. Overfill The Pot Or Cell Trays And Strike Excess Soil Off So That The Seed Tray Is Filled To The Top With Un-compressed Soil.2)      Water Soil From Underneath By Placing The Tray In A Container Of Water, Letting The Soil Absorb The Water From Underneath. After About Two-to Five Minutes Remove From The Container Of Water.3)      Press The Seed Into Individual Cells Or Pots The Soil To A Depth Of About 2cm Using A Dibber Or Pencil.4)      Cover The Seeds With More Of The Seed-compost.5)      Water Above With A Watering Can With Sprinkler (rose) And Add Fungicide To The First Watering To Guard Against Damping Off.6)      Label And Date The Seeds And Place In A Cool Light Place.sowing Directly Outdoors1)       Use A Rake To Level The Surface And Create A Crumble-like Tilth. At This Point Remove Any Weeds Or Large Stones Etc.2)       Water The Surface Prior To Sowing.  This Is Better Than Watering Over The Top Of Seeds Once They Are Sown As The Force Of The Water Can Displace The Seeds Unevenly. 3)       Thinly Scatter The Seed Over The Soil. Pour The Seed Into The Palm Then Tap Lightly With The Other Hand To Distribute The Seed Evenly Over The Area Of Soil.4)       Use A Rake To Gently C