Annual Flower Seeds

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    These are quite delightful dwarf plants. With a mound like plant habit and feathery foliage, they are brilliant at the front of borders and perfect in pots. Smothered with small flowers all summer in an array of colours including golds, yellows and mahogany with bi-colours, zonings and splashes, they are truly eye-catching. ... Learn More


    (100+ seeds)

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    A very prolific and vigorous variety producing masses of dainty star-like, deep tangerine-orange flowers above soft, fern like leaves. Brilliant at the front of borders and perfect in pots, regular picking or deadheading will encourage further production of blooms throughout the summer. ... Learn More


    (100+ seeds)


    This delightful, fast-growing lewisia relative bears impressive rosettes of succulent golden yellow leaves, above which arise up many red-stemmed dainty sprays of pink gypsophila-like flowers. It is excellent either in the garden or in a container. ... Learn More



    Supplied by a collecter of these seldom-seen-or-grown old plants, this ancient cottage garden variety has cartwheel-like creamy-white flowers, with short spokes and a disproportionally large 'hub'. Flowering in profusion from May until August, this rare and quite distinct flower is superficially like Malmesbury, but has the added bonus of a shallow central dome of crested petals. ... Learn More



    Clusters of charming, sugar-pink, three-petalled flowers appear over a long period on long, fleshy, erect stems, which are clad with quite awesome tongue-shaped leaves. Growing this gorgeous plant from Tropical America as an annual, is a worthy use for those in colder areas. If you have a shady corner to fill up with a lush, exotic-looking plant, this one will grow rapidly into a dense mound, and it will even self-seed as the seeds are frost-proof. This should be on your “I wouldn’t want to be without it” list. ... Learn More


    (12 seeds)


    Throwing up tall, stately, purple-rayed blooms, rather like an elegant showy form of chicory flower, this superb plant flowers from late spring and for most of the way through the summer. It is cultivated for its ornamental flower, edible roots, and herbal properties and grows wild in many places being one of the most widely known species of the salsify family. As a winter vegetable it is very fashionable among chefs and makes one of the best winter dishes, having an unusual fragrant taste. In addition it can be introduced to flower beds and borders, as well as amongst grass to create a wild flower meadow, where it will happily but very sparingly self-seed. ... Learn More


    (15 seeds)


    A perpetually popular nasturtium, this variety produces masses of deep-red, semi-double flowers over purple-green leaves. Superb in free-draining or sunny positions where they are ideal for covering unsightly banks or fences. ... Learn More


    (15 seeds)


    In cultivation for at least 80 years is this lovely dwarf old-fashioned cultivar, with dark bluish-green leaves, and flowers in shades of salmon and salmon-pink with a dark spot on the base of the upper petals. Both the rounded leaves and spurred flowers are edible. The almost endless supply of flowers are ideal for garden edges, herb gardens, covering banks, hanging baskets, and other containers. ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)


    The rare "blue campion", almost lost to cultivation, is a fantastic dwarf cottage garden plant, with a unique colour among this group of flowers, having masses of wide-open, sizeable, two-tone mid blue flowers smothering it. They appear around six to eight weeks after sowing and open all season long. It also makes excellent cut flowers and will thrive almost anywhere, even in poor sandy soils. ... Learn More


    (20+ seeds)

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    Dazzling clusters of perfumed orange flowers absolutely smother the canopy of evergreen foliage on this biennial, bushy plant. It should be planted in spring or late summer for blooms the second year when the the appealing fragrance of the flowers makes them a good choice for flower arrangements. They are also a great addition to any landscape or meadow planting. Butterflies and bees love this late-spring-through-summer, long-blooming flower. ... Learn More


    (150+ seeds)

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    These dazzling flowers will provide a stunning display in early spring. Their sumptuous orangey/red colour looks amazing when teamed with rich plums and purples, or can add an extra vibrancy to yellow, orange and red schemes. Often grown as a biennial plant, wallflowers perform best in full sun where their bright, fragrant flowers will shine. They look particularly effective in a large patio container or at the front of a sunny fertile, well-drained border. ... Learn More


    (100+ seeds)

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    These neat, dwarf plants complement perfectly spring bulbs and early pansies. Tightly packed clusters of slender, deep purple buds open to vibrant cherry-red flowers that are deliciously scented – and popular with pollinators. Just right for containers and beds, where space is limited or to underplant tall bulbs, they will continue to bloom until the end of May, thriving with a little deadheading. ... Learn More


    (100+ seeds)

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    A very old established dwarf variety of neat habit with clusters of scented, velvety crimson-red flowers. When planted in groups, they bring a splash of sheer drama to your garden. With a beautiful scent, these easy to grow flowers are loved by flower arrangers and pollinating insects alike making them a must for any gardener. ... Learn More


    (100+ seeds)


    Collected from the large collection of all colours and forms in our extensive gardens, these plants will produce the traditional guaranteed blaze of spring colour if planted in the autumn. You may discover the very occasional different-looking gem that is the result of bee cross pollination with our large collection of perennial erysimums (perennial wallflowers). If you do, keep it apart from the other common ones, it may surprise you! ... Learn More


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    A fast growing, wiry stemmed annual with crisp petalled, papery flower heads in shades of purple, rose and white. Extremely pretty, they are simply charming in borders, as a cut flower or dried for floral arrangements later in the year. ... Learn More


    (200+ seeds)

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