Annual Flower Seeds

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    Our busy breeders have been at work again! We have crossed an attractive selection of modern petunias with the vigorous and fabulously-fragrant white Petunia axillaris. These new and exclusive plants are very vigorous and unlike modern dwarf varieties, these can scramble through low bushes giving an incredible effect. They will range from mauves, through purples and pinks to pure white, and large-flowered, delicately-marked bi-colours. All should be exceedingly perfumed, especially after the sun sets! You will almost certainly discover new novel flower forms when they bloom! Very few seeds collected. ... Learn More


    (20+ seeds)


    The astonishingly intense blue of these remarkable bell-shaped flowers would give any member of the Gentian family a run for their money. A very long-flowering annual thriving on poor sandy soil, it will make an eye-catching addition for your rockery, or a conversation piece in an ornamental pot on your patio. ... Learn More


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    An easy to grow summer bedding plant, its spreading habit makes it perfect for filling gaps at the front of a border or as part of a summer container display. Slightly taller than some varieties (so perfect for cut flowers) with outstanding weather tolerance and the added bonus of a lovely fragrance. For best results, grow in full sun and keep well-watered ... Learn More


    (80 seeds)

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    Dusty buds swell into a "balloon" and then burst open into deep blue, bell shaped blossoms above compact, deep green foliage. 'Mariesii' is a very reliable bloomer that is pest and disease free, slow to emerge in spring but worth the wait. If your plants get too tall, try pinching the stems once in mid-spring for more compact branching growth. ... Learn More


    (100 seeds)


    A stunning carpet of bright succulent leaves is studded with a profusion of doubled flowers in all colours from orange, pink, purple, yellow and red to white. The succulent leaves are another clue to the wonderful drought-tolerance of this low-growing flower that absolutely thrives in hot, dry areas in poor, sandy or gravelly soil that drains quickly, the small, fleshy leaves storing water, allowing the plant to survive during dry periods. Although it is grown as an annual in most climates, the plant is truly perennial in warmer climates such as U.S. Department of Agriculture growing zones 10B through 11. Easy-to-grow, it readily self seeds but is not invasive, seeking out cracks where it does well, but nothing else will grow! ... Learn More


    (3000+ seeds)

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    These gorgeous border or rock garden plants can form a dense blazing carpet of colour with their brilliant flowers, and these are the very-rarely-offered single form of Portulaca with a wide range of brilliant shades, produced from mid summer to autumn. They can be very easily grown as annuals in a sunny, dry border or bank, or in a window-box or other container. ... Learn More


    (3000+ seeds)


    This attractive annual is an extremely beneficial plant for the wild flower meadow, with vibrant yellow flowers, the upper lip having two white or purple teeth. It provides summer colour and also papery seed pods that rattle when the seed is ripe, and this was said to show that the meadow was also ready to be cut, hence its other common name of "hay rattle". ... Learn More


    (200+ seeds)

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    Pink Sundae is an easy to grow, bushy annual that produces beautiful pink flowers with dark visible veins from June to September. Although strictly a biennial, it performs much better as an annual for bedding, floral displays and cut flowers. Also great in dried flower arrangements. ... Learn More


    (100+ seeds)

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    Very easy to grow, this is a very attractive and showy annual with graceful sprays of star-like, deep pink flowers, each about one third of an inch across. Produced in profusion, the stems are excellent for cutting and are often used as a filler, with Gypsophila. ... Learn More


    (100 seeds)


    These gorgeous first year flowering perennials come in a dazzling mixture of all colours from mauve to deepest red all with contrasting white stamens and ruffled outer petals. It's not just butterflies that love these lovely, sweetly fragrant, easy-to-grow, ever-popular and very rewarding; humans are happy to find room for them too! Moderately fast growing, they give a profusion of double pincushion flowers, two inches or so across, on tall, strong stems. Blooming from summer into early autumn, they will give a touch of class to your border and supply you with some excellent cut flowers. ... Learn More



    This delightful annual has greyish foliage and clusters of bright pink or red flowers which are very valuable as they are opening for most of the summer. They are best grown by scattering the seeds where required in very early spring so they can make sturdy plants as they resent being transplanted. ... Learn More


    (250+ seeds)


    An extremely quick-growing plant that flowers the same year it is sown, producing rosettes of shiny leaves from which sprout long stems, bearing massed (compact!) heads of pink flowers in late spring and summer. These plants also self seed gently and do especially well on poor sandy soil. ... Learn More


    (20+ seeds)


    Clusters of intense (some say "screaming"!) pink star-shaped flowers, shown above dense glossy green foliage, maintain a good display if faded flowers are removed regularly, and it is particularly good for cutting if you like to display flowers indoors. A really cheerful addition to your garden, either in borders or containers, it will be happiest in a sunny position from where it is likely to seed itself around. ... Learn More


    (30+ seeds)


    One of the most expensive sunflower seeds ever produced, producing solid, golden, ultra-double, fuzzy-looking, fluffy teddy bear flowers on dwarf plants. It is stunning in the border, looks good in containers and is a must for its long lasting, impressive appearance in a vase. Sunflowers produce a large amount of nectar, attracting bees and butterflies and are a cheerful addition to herbaceous or mixed borders being also ideal in containers. They are a must for a child’s garden, but are also worthy of a place in any garden. ... Learn More


    (30 seeds)

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    These jolly looking flowers have bright, golden yellow faces with black centres and are a great alternative to the giant sunflower for little children to grow. Fast to flower in as little as 60 days, this attractive dwarf variety is ideal for pots and border growing. Grown in a pot the height is liable to be around 38cm (15"); in the garden up to 60cm (24"). Great for bees. ... Learn More


    (20+ seeds)

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