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Add a touch of colour to your garden with these vibrant, chocolate-lime coloured flowers. The impressively large double blooms constantly blossom all summer long and deserve a prime spot in your garden.
This variety of Honesty blooms from March to April in rich, purples, pinks and starry bi-coloured combinations with white. It's a vital nectar plant and therefore popular with butterflies.
It is also very easy to grow, normally self-seeding itself in sunny or shady positions. Over a long season it produces masses of silvery pods.
A vibrant mixture of one of the easiest annuals to grow. Sow direct outdoors to quickly fill up any gaps in your beds, borders, and containers. As they're so easy, Virginia Stocks are ideal for children to begin their growing lives with.
Exclusive blend of dwarf Larkspurs. Each dwarf flower spike is densely packed with attractive stock-like dwarf blooms in seven colours of pink, mauve, rose, purple, grey, white and shades of blue.
Ideal for adding a litle character to your borders or containers.
Deep velvety crimson flowers against dark foliage. The peppery flavour of the leaves and colourful flowers will enrich salads and the unripened seeds can used like capers - delicious combined with cream cheese or butter in canapes.
The elegant two-tone, pink bicolour blooms of Poppy 'Pink Fizz' sit atop tall stems of silver foliage that sway gently in the breeze. As summer progresses, the irregular and finely slashed 'lacinate' petals give way to green-blue seed pods that make a useful addition to dried flower arrangements.
Direct sow this undemanding hardy annual to fill gaps in wildlife gardens and cottage garden planting schemes.
Culinary Note: All poppies are poisonous. However the seeds produced from Papaver somniferum and Papaver paeoniflorum can be eaten and are used for adding extra flavour, crunch and bite to breads and cakes. The seeds of other poppy species are not edible.
Dwarf compact plants bearing brilliantly coloured single flowers in a wide colour range. Easy plants, for beds, borders, containers and even dry sunny banks.
Culinary note: The peppery flavour of the leaves and colourful flowers will enrich salads and the unripened seeds can used like capers - delicious combined with cream cheese or butter in canapes.
A sparkling mixture of free flowering, large carnation-sized blooms. Superb for bedding.
Culinary Note: The citrus tasting flowers have many uses, try them in salads, sandwiches or seafood dishes too.
Upright bushy, early flowering biennials producing gloriously scented flowers in a good colour range which are splendid for cutting. Flowers early summer.
Ideal for summer beds, boreders and patio containers, also make for beautiful cut flowers.
This easy grow annual plant has it all; pretty, fern like foliage, handsome velvety flowers, and eye-catching seed-heads! Grow Nigella papillosa 'Midnight' by sowing direct into beds and borders. Rich blue flowers sit aloft the lacy fine-cut foliage.
Culinary Note: The seeds have a strong aroma and spicy taste, they can be used as a condiment or spice to flavour cakes, breads and curries.
'Foxy' is an annual foxglove. If sown indoors late winter/early spring it flowers in summer (regular foxgloves are biennial). 'Foxy' is dwarfer, invaluable for exposed sites in shades of pink to white with contrasting mottled throats. The flowers are useful for cutting.
CAUTION: All parts are Poisonous.
Pink Parasol has stunning, large, deep purplish-pink blooms, with contrasting orange cones standing proudly above strong stems.
Once established, bushy plants produce clusters of stems adding height to your borders, attracting butterflies and beneficial insects to your garden, as well as making dramatic long lasting cut flowers.
Vivid, large single and semi-double flowers. Neat, mound shaped bushes achieving a memorable main bedding display.
Culinary Note: All dahlia flowers and tubers are edible. The flavours and textures can vary greatly depending on the soil and conditions in which they were grown. Flavours range from water chestnut through to a spicy apple or even carrot.
Bold and very beautiful, stunning short-spurred, double, brightly coloured blooms. Very dainty flowers, for early summer.
CAUTION: Harmful if eaten.
This extra special amalgamation will brighten your bedding and borders with masses of golden yolks and sparkling whites during summer. Very easy to grow, also suitable for rockeries and as path edging. Will grow in any sunny position in well-drained soil.
Rootgrow™ Seed & Bulb companion is a specially formulated blend of mycorrhizal fungi that will benefit virtually all seeds, plants and bulbs (except brassicas, rhododendrons, azaleas, heathers, cranberries or blueberries).
In a matter of weeks seedlings will develop a huge secondary mycorrhizal root system, supporting your plants for their entire lifetime, supplying nutrients that will greatly enhance flowering and fruiting.
Very pretty, fluted cup-like, upward-facing flowers in good, bright colours. Blooms like crumpled silk, for excellent border and cut flowers. Attracts bees and butterflies to your garden.
An easy way to add nutrients and bulky, organic matter (humus) to your soil, helping to maintain or improve fertility and soil structure. Sow it through the summer on any vacant patch of ground or in autumn to overwinter and dig in the following spring.
As a proud garden grower, you'll understand the satisfaction that comes from growing something beautiful and healthy from just a single seed. Not to mention, the creative freedom to use a garden as a canvas to construct a masterpiece of gorgeous colour and insatiable smell. This is a feeling we at Arboretum understand completely. View our range of flower seeds to see which would make a great addition to your garden!