Category: Annual Flower Seeds Q-Z

Zinnia Seeds - Raspberry Lemonade 0

Zinnia Seeds – Raspberry Lemonade

Beautiful Blooms With Fun Ice-cream Colours Grow On This Neat, Compact Plant, Giving A Stunning Summer Show In Your Flowerbeds And In Your Containers.this Variety Is Weather Resistant So Copes With Cooler, Wet Summers As Well As Hot, Dry Ones. if You Want Your Plants To Germinate Quickly You Can Put Down A Horticultural Fleece Over The Soil – This Helps Retain The Heat In The Soil, And Doubles Up As Protection From Hungry Seed-eating Birds.

Zinnia Cupid Mix - Seeds 0

Zinnia Cupid Mix – Seeds

garden Worthy Varietyexcellent As A Cut Flower For Vasesignites Borders With Bright Colourssnake Skin Like Flower Budsplanted En Masse Cupid Mix Performs. Strong Sturdy-stemmed Plants Produce Snake Skin Like Flower Buds Which Erupt Into Bold, Bright Colourful Blooms Igniting The Garden Border Into Colour.a Superb Cut Flower Too From This Garden Worthy Variety. Partner With Tall Foxgloves And Small Bedding Such As Primroses And Pansies To Create A Vibrant Rainbow Effect.

Salvia Euphoria - Seeds 0

Salvia Euphoria – Seeds

tall Spires Of Bright Coloursheavily Scented Bractsbright Colours Of White And Pale Pinkplant In Full Sunshine In Well-drained Soilmake A Statement With This Variety. 120cm (4') Spires Of Unusual White To Pale Pink Heavily Scented Bracts Form From A Plant With Large Silvery Furry Looking Leaves.plant As A Backdrop To Bright And Vibrant Bedding Plants In Your Borders And Beds To Contract The Colours.grow In A Full Sun Location Either In A Border Or Container In Well-drained Soil. Produces Masses Of Blooms. Do Not Remove The Flowers After The Season And This Salvia Will Self-seed Allowing You To Enjoy These Beautiful Flowers Year After Year.

Sweet William Wee Willie - Seeds 0

Sweet William Wee Willie – Seeds

colours Of Pink, Purple Scarlet And Whitewonderful Clove Scent Flowering Mixneat And Compact Plants For Pots And Bordersexcellent For Planting In Full And Half Sun Spotsa Colour Coordinated Clove Scented Flowering Mix Which Makes A Marvellous Edging Plant Or Solo Patio Container Mix. Grows As Neat And Compact Plants Which Can In Flower In As Little As 8 Weeks From Sowing And Sustain A Long Flowering Season Too. Grow Your Own Buttonhole For A Summer Wedding! grow These Beautiful Flowers In Either Full Or Half Sun In Pots, Containers, Beds And Borders.

Viola Seeds - Pierrot 0

Viola Seeds – Pierrot

This Pretty Large-flowered Viola Has A Unique Colour And Petal Pattern. Great Planted In Pots, Baskets Or Flowerbeds.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)       Before You Forget Where The Row Is And What You’ve Sown, Place A Label In The Soil At One End

Zinnia Seeds - Old Mexico 0

Zinnia Seeds – Old Mexico

Gorgeous Fiery Hues Of Chilli Reds And Golden Yellows Give A Rustic Charm To Beds And Borders. Ideal For Cut-flowers Too To Bring A Bit Of Your Summer Garden Indoors.this Variety Has A Compact, Neat Growth So You Can Fits Lots In A Small Space For A Dazzling Display In Beds Or Containers.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

Sweet William Seeds - Kaleidoscope Mix 0

Sweet William Seeds – Kaleidoscope Mix

This Unusual Variety Of Sweet William Not Only Carries A Wonderful Scent But Also Bears Stunning Blooms. The Huge Ball-headed Flowers Are Made Up Of Multiple Individual Blooms With Bi- And Tri-coloured Petals.this Biennial Flower Is Ideal For Creating Stunning Displays In Flower Beds And Containers.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)       Us

Tagetes Seeds - Nema Mix 0

Tagetes Seeds – Nema Mix

Not Only Does This Beautiful Mix Of Pretty Marigolds Create A Stunning Display, But Also Helps To Keep The Soil Environment Really Healthy, Which Is Particularly Helpful For Growing Vegetable Crops.the Roots Of Marigolds Contains Chemicals That Kill Destructive Nematodes Within The Soil. So Choose This Pretty Mix For A Stunning Display And As A Warrior Against Soil-pests.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 See

Verbena Seeds - Quartz Waterfall Mix 0

Verbena Seeds – Quartz Waterfall Mix

Earlier Flowering Than Many Other Varieties Of Verbenas, Quartz Waterfall Mix Is Perfect For Growing In Containers And Will Flower For Months On End.smothered In Blue And White Blooms This Variety Will Perform In All Weathers. Improved Strength And Vigour Ensure This Variety Will Provide Simple Yet Fantastic Results.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

Viola Seeds - Carneval Midnight Glow F1 0

Viola Seeds – Carneval Midnight Glow F1

‘carneval Midnight Glow’ Is A Large-flowered Variety Of Viola, Perfect For Pots As Well As Beds And Borders.free-flowering, It Produces Masses Of Cheery Blooms On Neat And Compact Little Plants.being A F1 Hybrid Variety, It’s Strong, Robust, Free-flowering And Disease-resistant. Such A Reliable Variety!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