Category: Annual Flower Seeds F-P

Lupin Seeds - Pink Fairy 0

Lupin Seeds – Pink Fairy

Quick-growing Two-toned Pretty Annual Variety Of Lupin, With Neat Compact And Bush Growth. The Flower Spikes Give Off An Enchanting Sweet-pea Like Fragrance In The Evening Too So Great In Your Garden In Summer When Entertaining Guests Outside.being A Lupin, It Naturally Puts Nitrates Into The Soil, An Essential Nutrient For Other Plants To Take Up For Strong Healthy Green Growth.sowing Small Seeds In Seed Trays (lobelia, Foxgloves)1)      Fill A Seed Tray / Half Seed Tray With Seed Compost – Which Is Light And Contains A Small But Balance Level Of Nutrients In The Soil. Overfill And Strike Excess Soil Off With A Board So That The Seed Tray Is Filled To The Top With Un-compressed Soil.2)      Press The Soil Down Evenly With A Seedboard So There Is A 1cm Lip At The Top.3)      Submerge The Seed Tray Into A Waterbath Beneath So That The Soil Slowly Absorbs The Moisture From The Bottom Without Disturbing The Soil On Top.4)      Sprinkle Seed Evenly On The Soil Level Using The Furrows In Your Palm And Tapping The Seed Off With The Other Hand.5)      Cover The Seeds With A Small Layer Of Vermiculite Or Perlite.6)      Water Above With A Fine Hose And Add Fungicide To The First Watering To Guard Against Damping Off.7)      Label And Date The Seeds And Place In A Cool Light Placesowing 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 T

Malva Mauritiana - Seeds 0

Malva Mauritiana – Seeds

early Flowering And Long Lasting Over The Summera Classy And Elegant Looking Flowercreate An Eye Catching Display From Early Summer Into Autumnfull Hardy And Stands Up Well To Uk Weatherif You Are Looking For Long Flowering, Eye Catching Display Of Rich Purple Colour Then We Think Malva Mauritiana Is An Excellent Choice For You.wonderful Velvet Like Flowers Grow Generously, Offering Exciting Textures In Both Leaf And Flower. This Creates Eye Catching Displays For Your Neighbours And Friends.you Can Expect To See A Strong Height Of Up To 1.5m/5ft And A Spread Of 1m/3.5ft So It Has A Great Covering All Round.malva Mauritiana Likes To Be Grown In Full Sun And Will Perform At Its Best Where It Can Get The Most Sunlight. It Is A Rewarding Plant That Requires Little Attention. Aside From Potential Support As It Grows Taller.  it Is Known To Be A Hardy Plant, It Will Stand Up Well To All Uk Weather And Is Also Known To Thrive In Urban Areas Where Air Pollution May Be Present.

Petunia Summer Sky Mix - Seeds 0

Petunia Summer Sky Mix – Seeds

fabulous Sunny Sky Mixdisease Resistantexcellent For Vibrant Hanging Basketsprolific Flowering Habitsunny Skies With Fluffy White Clouds Brings This Colour Combination Together. These Petunias Are Prolific Flowering And Rain Tolerant To Our Fabulous 'british Summers' Flowering All Summer Long With Little Dead Heading.its Disease Resistant Mounding Foliage Creates A Wave Of Lush Green Which Neatly Drapes Over Basket Edges.this Mix Will Grow Spectacularly In Pots, Containers, Beds And Baskets.

Phlox Moody Blues - Seeds 0

Phlox Moody Blues – Seeds

a Stunning Mix Of Colours With Great Variationperfect For Creating A Country Garden Lookcreates Stunning Beds And Bordersloved By Wildlife Such As Bees And Butterflies phlox Moody Blues In Our Opinion Is Far From Moody At All. It Is A Beautiful Mix Of Rich Colour With Wonderful Shades. Perfect For Filling Your Borders And Beds And Filling Gaps. Because Of Its Bushy Habit It Is Fantastic At Filling And Making A Border Look Thick And Dense.due To Its Max Height Of Around 30cm, We Recommend That You Plant Moody Blues At The Front To The Middle Of Your Bed. Moody Blues Will Respond Well In Full Sun To Partial Sun.moody Blues Is Not All About Beds. It Also Looks Incredible In Pots, Even Planted Alone. Imagine The Spectacle It Creates With Rich Blues Erupting From Your Terracotta Pots In Your Garden.you Will Also Notice An Increase In Wildlife Visiting Your Garden With Phlox Moody Blues As They Are Loved By Wildlife Such As Butterflies And Bees.

Night Phlox Midnight Candy - Seeds 0

Night Phlox Midnight Candy – Seeds

super Heady Flowers And Leavesrare Snowflake-like Flowerswonderful In Pots Or By Pathways this Annual Flower Is For You If You Enjoy Heady Scent From Your Flowers. The Scent Is So Enchanting That We Recommend You Plant Night Phlox Midnight Candy Is A Spot Where You And Your Guests Can Take In The Perfume. A Pathway Or In Pots By A Seasing Area Outside Are Two Suggestions Of Ours.the Scent Accumulates As The Day Goes On And Reaches A High At Dusk; Great For Evening Barbecues And Summer Parties. The Leaves Are Equally Well-scented For Extra Impact On The Nose And Visually The Unusual Snowflake-like Flowers Really Turn Heads.useful Tip:sow Night Phlox Midnight Candy Between February And April, Two Or Three Seeds To A 9cm Pots Filled With Soil And Covered By A Thin Layer Of Vermiculite. When Your Seeds Germinate Keep Them Watered From Below And Mist The Leaves. In May To June Position Your Plant In The Centre Of A Pot Or In The Centre Of Flower Beds.midnight Candy Can Be Continued To The Next Season If You Protect The Plants Well Over Winter. Either Bring The Pots Indoors Or Cover The Plants With A Double-layer Of Horticultural Fleece Over The Winter.

Lupin Blue Javelin - Seeds 0

Lupin Blue Javelin – Seeds

vigorous Growth For Extra Flower Powertactile Soft Leavesthree-colour Flowers add Lupin Blue Javelin To Your Flower Beds For Illuminating Flowers In Blue, Yellow And White. This Particular Variety Is A Hardy Annual So Puts Up Lots Of Stems In That Year Due To A Naturally Vigorous Nature. Reaching 1.2m (4ft) We Recommend You Enjoy The Colours And Light Scent Of Lupin Blue Javelin In The Centre Of The Border To Offset Other Summer Flowers Of Similar Height Including Heleniums And Rudbeckias.with Extra Soft Leaves This Lupin Is Particularly Tactile And A Brush Of The Leaves And Stems Is Just Irresistible. With Downy Leaves, These Lupins Catch The Dew Drops Early In The Morning And The Dew Glistens In The Early Morning Sun Or After A Downpour.if Supported By Canes Or In Plant Supports The Flowers Will Be Upright Enough To Cut To Make Lovely Bouquets And Vase Flowers. Combine With Grasses For An Evocative And Effective Combination.useful Tip:sow Lupin Blue Javelin 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 To June Position Your Plant In The Centre Of A Pot Or In The Centre Of Flower Beds.after Your Lupins Have Flowered, Chop Down And Dig The Stems Into The Soil. Extra Nitrogen Will Be Added To The Soil By This Pea Plant Which Will Satisfy The Leaves Of Leafy Perennials Next Year Like Hostas And Heucheras.

Nemesia Masquerade - Seeds 0

Nemesia Masquerade – Seeds

topical Looking Plant That Smells Of Coconuta Real Stand Out Plant For You Beds And Bordersbeautiful Contrasting Colours Of White, Purple And Yellowplant In Full Sunshine In Well-drained Soila Tropical Looking Plant With Matching Tropical Coconut Scent. Medium Scented Unusual Shaped Flowers Which I Think Look Like Geese With Their Yellow Bills, Purple Eyes And Yellow Feathers.visitors To Your Home Will Be Curious To Discover What New Plant It Is You Have In Your Garden. As It Is Sure To Stand Out From Others. Nemesia Masquerade Is As Impressive From A Distance As What They Are Up Close.grow In A Full Sun Location Either In A Border Or Container In Well-drained Soil.

Poppy Seeds - Victoria Cross 0

Poppy Seeds – Victoria Cross

A Favourite Variety Among Gardeners, Victoria Cross Has Beautifully Fringed Intense Red Flowers With A Pure White Cross In The Centre. It’s Really Easy To Grow And Looks Stunning As Part Of A Cottage-garden Display.what’s More, Once Flowered They Produce Attractive Seed Pods That You Can Cut For Indoor Flower Arrangements.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)&nb

Poppy Seeds - Californian Fruit Crush 0

Poppy Seeds – Californian Fruit Crush

It’s Easy To Grow These Outstanding Plants That Smack Of Sunny Climes. These Bright Summery Shades Will Create A Cheery Show For Months On End.fine Silvery Foliage Provides The Perfect Backdrop To These Beautiful Blooms. They Love The Sun And Thrive Even In Drier, Poorer Soils.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 Gent

Phlox Seeds - Tapestry Mix 0

Phlox Seeds – Tapestry Mix

Create Colourful Containers, Beds And Borders With These Delicately-fragranced Flowers. A Great Alternative To Busy-lizzies, This Superb Performing Mix Of Pastel-coloured Phlox Will Produce Masses Of Blooms On Strong Stems All Summer Long.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 Cover The Seeds With Soil.5)  &n