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Calendula – Orange (Organic)£2.28 – £3.90 Choose pack size
Calendula – Orange (Organic)
Also known as ‘Pot Marigold’. This is the classic calendula, producing abundant large orange blooms over a long season. We love calendula and would never go a season without it. It is really easy to grow and loved by humans and insects alike. There is something magical about finding bumblebees sleeping in calendula flowers early in the morning. The flowers are edible and make a great addition to salads. The petals have good medicinal properties and can be taken as an infusion in hot water or turned into a powerful tincture. Calendula’s medicinal actions include but are not limited to: anti-inflamatory, astringent, vulnery, and anti-microbial.
(Approximate seed count – 125)£2.28 – £3.90
Sunflower – Giant Yellow (Organic)£2.20 – £4.00 Choose pack size
Sunflower – Giant Yellow (Organic)
A very large yellow variety of sunflower, producing impressive blooms up to 30cm in diameter. No surprises here! This is a sunflower that does exactly what it says on the tin. Tall and sturdy plants producing huge single yellow flowers. The flowers are much loved by bees and if you leave the plants over the winter they provide a valuable ecological role as winter bird food (the seeds) and a habitat for many insects (the stems). If you have heavy clay soil, incorporating the remains of the plants into the soil in spring will lighten the soil due its high carbon content.
We always grow loads of sunflowers, dotted in amongst our other crops. They are really easy to grow and bring such a shameless joy to the garden. They are pure flower and nothing else!
(Approximate seed count – 30)£2.20 – £4.00
Bee Mixture – (Organic)£3.50 Read more
Bee Mixture – (Organic)
A colourful mixture of Borage, Buckwheat, Calendula, Crimson Clover, Cornflower, Dill, Coriander and Phacelia.. The bees and other beneficial insects in your garden will love this mixture of flowering plants. The nectar will provide them with sugar they need for energy and the pollen contains protein and oils that bees collect to raise the brood.
We rejoice in this bee mixture particularly as it has a diverse range of flowering plants and makes our vegetable plot look beautiful and filled with colour. The edibles amongst the mix we use to jazz up our summer salads.
(Approximate seed count – 5 grams)£3.50
Nasturtium – Trailing (Organic)£2.58 – £6.95 Choose pack size
Nasturtium – Trailing (Organic)
A colourful annual with edible flowers and leaves . Trailing mix of bright greenery and different shades of orange, yellow and red coloured flowers. Both leaves and flowers are edible, they taste peppery, hot and sweet.
We love having nasturtium flowers dotted around our land. They attract the bees and just make a beautiful addition in summer salads.£2.58 – £6.95
Chives – Common Chives (Organic)£2.30 – £4.50 Choose pack size
Chives – Common Chives (Organic)
Delicious and easy to grow, compact plants producing an abundance of edible stems and flowers. Without a doubt one the most versatile herbs! Chives are so easy to grow and can be added to just about any dish. We put them in soups, salads, omelettes, stir fries, etc. The flowers are also delicious and make a very attractive addition to summer salads, with their mild onion flavour.
Chives are perennial which means once you have them established you’ll never need to sow them again. They can be propagated equally easily by division or from seed.£2.30 – £4.50
Calendula – Traingle Flashback / Zeolights (Organic)£2.58 Add to basket
Calendula – Traingle Flashback / Zeolights (Organic)
A stunning version of the regular calendula with fully doubled blooms and of peach, gold and bronze petal colour. This calendula variety is a real treasure. Pastel shades of orange, pink and peach are tinged with yellow towards the petal base. The backs of the petals are maroon. A pure joy to look at. We were so excited to have found this strain of calendula, bred by Frank Morton from Wild Garden Seeds in Oregon, USA. The flowers don’t only look good in the garden or as cut flower, they are also edible and can be used for medicinal purposes, too. An abundance of beauty for your garden!
(Approximate seed count – 80)£2.58
Dill – Dill (Organic)£2.00 Add to basket
Dill – Dill (Organic)
A fine herb used fresh or dried for seasoning and pickling. A beautiful ancient plant originating from the Mediterranean that used to be known for its medicinal properties and is mostly utilised for culinary purposes today.
The fine feathery leaves have a flavourful complex taste and can be chopped and added to sauces to go with fish or vegetables or just sprinkled on top of your meal to add colour and flavour. Traditionally also used for pickling; try using the flowers or seeds too.
(Approximate seed count – 500)£2.00
Cosmos – Cosmos (Organic)£2.20 Add to basket
Cosmos – Cosmos (Organic)
A popular, low-maintenance annual flower with white, pink and lilac petals and a yellow centre. Single, daisy-like flowers in purple, pink or white that will bloom from early summer to autumn. Cosmos is easy to grow, it’s great for bees, butterflies and hover-flies and makes a lovely cut flower, too.
We like planting it in between food crops as an ornamental divider.
(Approximate seed count – 100)£2.20
Cornflower – Blue (Organic)£2.10 Add to basket
Cornflower – Blue (Organic)
Bright shades of blue flowers attractive to bees and other pollinators, great as cut flower as well. A flower that makes every garden happy. Cornflowers produce masses of stunning blue shaded blooms and attract bees and other insects as well. They were once native to European corn fields, but have mostly disappeared from the landscape due to large scale use of herbicides. Today they are mainly fond in gardens and allotments – we grow them in amongst our vegetables.
(Approximate seed count – 200)£2.10
California Poppy (Organic)£2.20 Add to basket
California Poppy (Organic)
A bright yellow/orange single flower of the Papaveracea (Poppy) family. It’s Latin name Escholzia Californica traces back to the physician Dr Johann Friedrich Eschscholz, who discovered and described the plant in 1815. Not only having its origins there, it also also became the state flower of California in 1890. It is quick to flower and will do so profusely for a long period of the summer until it sets seed. A real pleasure to have in the garden, especially in low-maintenance areas as it will just get on with doing its thing.
(Approximate seed count – 150)£2.20
Phacelia (Organic)£1.95 Add to basket
Beautiful lavender-purple flowers adored by bees and other pollinating insects. Phacelia is extremely attractive to honeybees and other beneficial insects providing both pollen and nectar. It is a quick growing annual flower that germinates at low temperatures and has the potential to catch excess nitrogen too. We love sowing it in between our crops and rejoicing in the lovely flowers and insects that it attracts.
(Approximate seed count – 1000)£1.95
French Marigold – Orange (Organic)£2.34 – £3.90 Choose pack size
French Marigold – Orange (Organic)
Golden orange with red flowers that have a feathery fragrant foliage. Tagetes is a very rewarding plant. It is easy to grow and produces an abundance of stunning yellow to red coloured flowers. It also makes a great companion plant as the scent is disliked by flies and other insects and the roots produce secretions that have insecticidal and nematicidal (against harmful nematodes) effects. It can also be planted in pots or containers and will embellish gardens, doorsteps and balconies.£2.34 – £3.90
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