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For anyone with dogs these are all dog friendly so they can explore your garden without the worry.

 

OUR FLOWERS

AFRICAN MARIGOLD FANTASTIC MIX

A tall African type marigold producing robust vigorous plants and stunning flowers with long, narrow, in-curved petals clustered together to give the effect of a large fluffy head.  Dark Green attractive foliage with flowers in a mix of yellow and orange shades.  Height 70-80 cm .  Very easy to propagate half hardy annual

Cultivation Advice AFRICAN MARIGOLD FANTASTIC MIX

Days To Germination:  5-8
Planting Depth:  1/4 – 1/2 inch
Spacing, Plant:  12-18 inches
Plant Height:  32 inches
Light:  Sunny Location

  • For early bloom, start indoors in a sunny window, or under cover with warmth 4-6 weeks before transplanting outdoors.  Planting depth 1/4 to 1/2 inch.
  • Thin and transplant to trays when large enough to handle, growing on under cooler conditions and steadily acclimatising outside after all danger of frost has passed.
  • Protect from slugs and snails whilst young.
  • May require staking when fully mature.
  • Best in a warm sunny position  with well-drained soil.

MARIGOLD FRENCH -DOUBLE BROCADE MIX

MARIGOLD FRENCH -DOUBLE BROCADE MIX. A reliable and attractive dwarf french marigold variety in a mixed range of colours from bronze through yellow to red with a semi- double flat crested flower form. An abundance of blooms are prodcued throughout the season on 8 to 10 inch stems. Ideal for fronting borders, spectacular planted en masse, and easy to grow in pots or planters for colour and instant impact.

Cultivation Advice MARIGOLD FRENCH -DOUBLE BROCADE MIX

  • For early bloom, start indoors in a sunny window, or under cover with warmth 4-6 weeks before transplanting outdoors.  Planting depth 1/4 to 1/2 inch.
  • Thin and transplant when large enough to handle, growing on and acclimatising outside after all danger of frost has passed.
  • Protect from slugs and snails whilst young.

MARIGOLD FRENCH -DOUBLE BROCADE RED

MARIGOLD FRENCH -DOUBLE BROCADE RED. A French marigold variety with a bold red colour and semi- double flat crested flower form. An abundance of blooms are produced throughout the season on 8 to 10 inch stems. Ideal for fronting borders, spectacular planted en masse, and easy to grow in pots or planters for colour and instant impact.

Cultivation Advice MARIGOLD FRENCH -DOUBLE BROCADE RED

  • For early bloom, start indoors in a sunny window, or under cover with warmth 4-6 weeks before transplanting outdoors.  Planting depth 1/4 to 1/2 inch.
  • Thin and transplant when large enough to handle, growing on and acclimatising outside after all danger of frost has passed.
  • Protect from slugs and snails whilst young.

 

French Petite Mix Marigold Dwarf

French Petite Mix Marigold Dwarf . A lovely dwarf edging crested variety in bright yellow, orange and red on petite 8′ plants with mounded habits and very free flowering. Highly suited to companion planting between beans or tomatoes. Half hardy annual. (45-55 days)

Cultivation Advice Marigold Dwarf French Petite Mix

  • For early bloom, start indoors in a sunny window,
  • or under cover with warmth 4-6 weeks before transplanting outdoors. Planting depth 1/4 to 1/2 inch.
  • Thin and transplant when large enough to handle,
  • growing on and acclimatising outside after all danger of frost has passed.
  • Protect from slugs and snails whilst young.

 

AFRICAN MARIGOLD – CRACKERJACK MIXED

AFRICAN MARIGOLD – CRACKERJACK MIXED. If you like them big and showy, this is the marigold for you. ‘Crackerjack’ has large, double flowers in yellow, gold and orange, produced in abundance on tall, bushy 32in plants. ‘Crackerjack’ is the most popular heirloom African marigold of all time.

 Cultivation advice AFRICAN MARIGOLD – CRACKERJACK MIXED

Days To Germination:  5-8

Planting Depth:  1/4 – 1/2 inch

Spacing, Plant:  12-18 inches

Plant Height:  32 inches

Light:  Sunny Location

  • For early bloom, start indoors in a sunny window, or under cover with warmth 4-6 weeks before transplanting outdoors.  Planting depth 1/4 to 1/2 inch.
  • Thin and transplant to trays when large enough to handle, growing on under cooler conditions and steadily acclimatising outside after all danger of frost has passed.
  • Protect from slugs and snails whilst young.
  • May require staking when fully mature.
  • Best in a warm sunny position  with well-drained soil.

Marigold Dwarf French Durango Flame new

Marigold Dwarf French Durango Flame new. An excellent dwarf variety delivering extra large and early anemone type flowers all summer providing outstanding performance from bench to garden.

Cultivation Advice Marigold Dwarf French Durango Flame new

Days To Germination:  5-8

Planting Depth:  1/4 – 1/2 inch

Spacing, Plant:  12-15 inches

Plant Height:  6-8 inches

Light:  Sunny Location

  • For early bloom, start indoors in a sunny window, or under cover with warmth 4-6 weeks before transplanting outdoors.  Planting depth 1/4 to 1/2 inch.
  • Thin and transplant when large enough to handle, growing on and acclimatising outside after all danger of frost has passed.
  • Protect from slugs and snails whilst young.

 

Marigold Dwarf French Legion D’Onore

Marigold Dwarf French Legion D’Onore. A 150 year old Heirloom French variety with intense, rich, orange and yellow single flower heads, borne on branching bushy uniform plants averaging 20cm.  Exceptionally early flowering with outstanding garden performance quickly becoming smothered in flowers all summer. French Marigold Legion of Honour is a reliable and robust border filler, flowering all summer long with a minimum of dead-heading.

 Cultivation Advice Marigold Dwarf French Legion D’Onore

Days To Germination:  5-8

Planting Depth:  1/4 – 1/2 inch

Spacing, Plant:  12-15 inches

Plant Height:  6-8 inches

Light:  Sunny Location

  • For early bloom, start indoors in a sunny window, or under cover with warmth 4-6 weeks before transplanting outdoors.
  • Planting depth 1/4 to 1/2 inch.
  • Thin and transplant when large enough to handle, growing on and acclimatising outside after all danger of frost has passed.
  • Protect from slugs and snails whilst young.

 

MARIGOLD DWARF TAGETES BOY SPRY

MARIGOLD DWARF TAGETES BOY SPRY. A popular Dwarf Crested French Marigold variety producing abundances of gold-maroon bi-colored crested flowers on very uniform, compact and early flowering 8-10 inch plants. Perfect for bedding, borders, and planters.

Cultivation Advice MARIGOLD DWARF TAGETES BOY SPRY

  • For early bloom, start indoors in a sunny window, or under cover with warmth 4-6 weeks before transplanting outdoors.  Planting depth 1/4 to 1/2 inch.
  • Thin and transplant when large enough to handle, growing on and acclimatising outside after all danger of frost has passed.
  • Protect from slugs and snails whilst young.

Dainty Marietta Marigold Tagettes

Dainty Marietta Marigold Tagettes . A vigorous, dwarf 12’bushy variety which produces a solid covering of canary yellow blooms.  With a unique mahogany blotch throughout the summer. Helps repel soil nematodes and whitefly from tomatoes.

Cultivation Advice Marigold Tagettes Dainty Marietta

Days To Germination: 5-8.

Planting Depth: 1/4 – 1/2 inch.

Spacing, Plant: 9-12 inches.

Plant Height: 12 inches.

Light: Sunny Location.

  • For early bloom, start indoors in a sunny window,
  • or under cover with warmth 4-6 weeks before transplanting outdoors.
  • Planting depth 1/4 to 1/2 inch.
  • Thin and transplant when large enough to handle,
  • growing on and acclimatising outside after all danger of frost has passed.
  • Protect from slugs and snails whilst young.

FLOWER ZINNIA GIANT ENVY

FLOWER ZINNIA GIANT ENVY. A stunning unusual lime green colour Zinnia variety delivering magnificent, huge 4-5 inch, flat petalled, semi-double flowers on strong, 75-100cm tall plants.  Easy to cultivate delivering a fantastic display all summer.

Cultivation Advice FLOWER ZINNIA GIANT ENVY

  • Sow thinly under-cover 4-6 weeks in good quality seed compost prior to the last frost at 70F.   Lightly cover with soil and keep moist.
  • Germination in 5 -10 days.
  • Can be sown outdoors in well drained soil in early summer, but seedlings will need protection from pests and warmth.
  • When large enough to handle thin & transplant to trays and grow on under cooler conditions.
  • For bushier growth, pinch back young plants.
  • Feed monthly.
  • Remove faded blossoms to prolong flowering.

Zinnia Elegans Peppermint Stick

Zinnia Elegans Peppermint Stick . An unusual and stunning colour combination producing 2 inch cream to yellow blooms all striped in different shades of Red, purple, Rose or Orange. Every bloom is slightly different. The plants are bushy and reach an average of 60 cm and may need some support on exposed sites.. Easy to cultivate delivering a fantastic display all summer.

Cultivation Advice Zinnia Elegans Peppermint Stick

  • Sow thinly under-cover 4-6 weeks in good quality seed compost prior to the last frost at 70F.Lightly cover with soil and keep moist.
  • Germination in 5 -10 days.
  • Can be sown outdoors in well drained soil in early summer, but seedlings will need protection from pests and warmth.
  • When large enough to handle thin & transplant to trays and grow on under cooler conditions.
  • For bushier growth, pinch back young plants.
  • Feed monthly.
  • Remove faded blossoms to prolong flowering.

Zinnia Thumberlina

Zinnia Thumberlina is a stunning bedding and container variety reaching no more than 20cm and producing a profusion of double and semi-double blooms across a rainbow of colours.

Cultivation Advice Zinnia Thumberlina

  • Sow thinly under-cover 4-6 weeks in good quality seed compost prior to the last frost at 70F.
  • Lightly cover with soil and keep moist.
  • Germination in 5 -10 days.
  • Can be sown outdoors in well-drained soil in early summer, but seedlings will need protection from pests and warmth.
  • When large enough to handle thin & transplant to trays and grow on under cooler conditions.
  • For bushier growth, pinch back young plants. Feed monthly.
  • Remove faded blossoms to prolong flowering.

Zinnia California Giant Mix

A stunning variety delivering magnificent, huge 4-5 inch, flat petalled, semi-double flowers on strong, 100cm tall plants. Mixture of cherry, orange, pink, purple, scarlet, and yellow. Easy to cultivate delivering a fantastic display all summer.

Cultivation Advice Zinnia California Giant Mix

  • Sow thinly under-cover 4-6 weeks in good quality seed compost prior to the last frost at 70F. Lightly cover with soil and keep moist.
  • Germination in 5 -10 days.
  • Can be sown outdoors in well drained soil in early summer, but seedlings will need protection from pests and warmth.
  • When large enough to handle thin & transplant to trays and grow on under cooler conditions.
  • For bushier growth, pinch back young plants.
  • Feed monthly.
  • Remove faded blossoms to prolong flowering.

Zinnia Lilliput Mix

Zinnia Lilliput Mix. A stunning variety delivering magnificent, huge 4-5 inch, flat petalled, semi-double flowers on strong, 100cm tall plants. Mixture of cherry, orange, pink, purple, scarlet, and yellow. Easy to cultivate delivering a fantastic display all summer.

 Cultivation Advice Zinnia Lilliput Mix

  • Sow thinly under-cover 4-6 weeks in good quality seed compost prior to the last frost at 70F. Lightly cover with soil and keep moist.
  • Germination in 5 -10 days.
  • Can be sown outdoors in well-drained soil in early summer, but seedlings will need protection from pests and warmth.
  • When large enough to handle thin & transplant to trays and grow on under cooler conditions.
  • For bushier growth, pinch back young plants.
  • Feed monthly.
  • Remove faded blossoms to prolong flowering.

Gerbera Jamesonii Hybrids Mix

Gerbera make an excellent house plant with their exotic 7-10cm flower heads held on long stems in a range of colours.   Originating from South Africa they are not UK hardy and are best grown undercover, although they will cope on a sunny sheltered spot in southern UK.

Cultivation Advice Gerbera Jamesonii Hybrids Mix

  • Sow Feb / Mar under cover with warmth provided.  A windowsill in Feb / Mar is too cold.
  • Germination 15-25 days on loamy moist seed compost.
  • Sow thinly in trays and lightly cover with the seed compost.  Water gently and keep at around 20c.
  • When seedlings are large enough to handle transplant into 9cm pots. Grow on indoors or undercover.
  • Do not over-water as the variety is prone to rotting.  Keep pots on the dry side.
  • Remove dead flower to prolong flowering (May – Aug)

FLOWER SUNFLOWER LEMON QUEEN

FLOWER SUNFLOWER LEMON QUEEN  . An excellent branching sunflower variety, ‘Lemon Queen’ produces strong plants up to 1.6m tall with a mass of lemon-yellow petalled flowers from Jul to Sep. Some support requirement on exposed sites.  Creates a dazzling effect in borders and garden beds and perfect as a cut flower.

Cultivation Advice FLOWER SUNFLOWER LEMON QUEEN  

 Days To Germination:  14-21 days

Optimum Soil Temp. for Germination: 68F-86F

Planting Depth: 1/4  inch

Spacing, Seed: 4-6 inch

Spacing, Plant: 24-36 inches

Plant Height: 5-6 ft

Light:  Full Sun

  • Seeds can be started indoors 3 to 4 weeks before last spring frost. Or direct-sow seeds outside after all danger of frost has passed to a depth of 1/4 inch. Can be sown as late as 100 days before last frost.
  • When seedlings are 2 to 3 inches high, thin to individual pots. Replant thinned plants.
  • Protect from Snails / Slugs whilst young.
  • Steadily harden off before planting out after all danger of frost has passed.
  • May require staking / support in exposed positions

SUNFLOWER – INDIAN BLANKET 

SUNFLOWER – INDIAN BLANKET . With all the beauty of an Indian summer, this brilliantly colorful Hybrid sunflower produces a prolific display on 4-5ft branching plants in many bicolor shades of rich reds, deep golds, mellow yellows and rusty rusts. It has twice the flower power of other sunflowers with a double ring of large outer petals. Many 4”flowers also display fluffy petals on the inner disc, making them almost semi-double.  Plants branch liberally.  Perfect in the border or as a cut flower.  Seeds are edible.

 Cultivation Advice SUNFLOWER – INDIAN BLANKET 

Days To Germination:  14-21 days

Optimum Soil Temp. for Germination: 68F-86F

Planting Depth: 1/4  inch

Spacing, Seed: 4-6 inch

Spacing, Plant: 24-36 inches

Plant Height: 4-5 ft

Light:  Full Sun

  • Seeds can be started indoors 3 to 4 weeks before last spring frost.
  • Or direct-sow seeds outside after all danger of frost has passed to a depth of 1/4 inch. Can be sown as late as 100 days before last frost.
  • When seedlings are 2 to 3 inches high, thin to individual pots. Replant thinned plants.
  • Protect from Snails / Slugs whilst young.
  • Steadily harden off before planting out after all danger of frost has passed.
  • May require staking / support in exposed postions.

Sunflower Orange Sun Double

Sunflower Orange Sun Double. A stunning medium height sunflower (1.4m) bearing multiple large, brilliant orange, doubled flowers like huge daisies which average 5-6 in across. Petals and seeds are edible and can be utilized in salads and cakes.

Cultivation Advice Sunflower Orange Sun Double

Days To Germination: 14-21 days.

Optimum Soil Temp. for Germination: 68F-86F.

Planting Depth: 1/4 inch.

Spacing, Seed: 4-6 inch.

Spacing, Plant: 24-36 inches.

Plant Height: 4-5 ft.

Light: Full Sun

  • Seeds can be started indoors 3 to 4 weeks before last spring frost.
  • Or direct-sow seeds outside after all danger of frost has passed to a depth of 1/4 inch.
  • Can be sown as late as 100 days before last frost.
  • When seedlings are 2 to 3 inches high, thin to individual pots. Replant thinned plants.
  • Protect from Snails / Slugs whilst young.
  • Steadily harden off before planting out after all danger of frost has passed.
  • May require staking / support in exposed positions.

Sunflower Autumn Beauty

Sunflower Autumn Beauty is a stunning mix of warm earthen shades of large multi-headed 4 to 8 inch blossoms on 6-8’ strong stemmed plants.  Makes an ideal cut flower as well as an ideal background planting for borders in the garden. Autumn Beauty colours are a mixture of reds, browns, mahogany, orange & gold.

 Cultivation Advice Sunflower Autumn Beauty

Days To Germination:  14-21 days

Optimum Soil Temp. for Germination: 68F-86F

Planting Depth: 1/4  inch

Spacing, Seed: 4-6 inch

Spacing, Plant: 24-36 inches

Plant Height: 6-8 ft

Light:  Full Sun

  • Seeds can be started indoors 3 to 4 weeks before last spring frost.
  • Or direct-sow seeds outside after all danger of frost has passed to a depth of 1/4 inch. Can be sown as late as 100 days before last frost.
  • When seedlings are 2 to 3 inches high, thin to individual pots. Replant thinned plants.
  • Protect from Snails / Slugs whilst young.
  • Steadily harden off before planting out after all danger of frost has passed.
  • May require staking / support in exposed postions.

Corn Flower Frosty Mix

Corn Flower Frosty Mix. A hardy and attractive easily grown dwarf cottage garden annual producing an abundance of double flowers in shades of blue, pink, rose, deep red and maroon, and white edged pink. Prefers full sun, well drained soils and is drought resistant.  Height 15-18”. HA – Hardy annual

Cultivation Advice Corn Flower Frosty Mix

Days To Germination: 5-10 days

Optimum Soil Temp. for Germination: 60F-70F

Planting Depth: 1/8 to ¼ inch Spacing, Seed: 3-6 inch

Spacing, Plant: 10 to 12 inches

Plant Height: 15-18 inches

Light:  Full Sun/Partial Shade

  • Seeds can be started indoors 4 to 6 weeks before last spring frost. Or direct-sow seeds outside after all danger of frost has passed to a depth of 1/8 to ¼ inch, well pressed as darkness aids in germination.
  • Tolerates a variety of soil types.
  • When seedlings are 2 to 3 inches high, thin to 10 to 12 inches apart.
  • Replant thinned plants.

Cornflower Centaurea Cyanus Pink

Cornflower Centaurea Cyanus Pink. A hardy and eye-catching attractive easily grown cottage garden annual producing an abundance of double bright pink flowers on tall plants. Prefers full sun, well drained soils and is drought resistant. Height 80-100cm.

Cultivation Advice Cornflower Centaurea Cyanus Pink

  • Germination 5-10 days.
  • Optimum soil temp for germination: 60F-70F.
  • Seeds can be started indoors 4 to 6 weeks before last spring frost.
  • Or direct-sow seeds outside after all danger of frost has passed to a depth of 1/8 to ¼ inch,
  • well pressed as darkness aids in germination.
  • Tolerates a variety of soil types.
  • When seedlings are 2 to 3 inches high, thin to 10 to 12 inches apart.
  • Replant thinned plants.

Cornflower Centaurea Cyanus White

Cornflower Centaurea Cyanus White. A hardy and eye-catching attractive easily grown cottage garden annual producing an abundance of double pure white flowers on tall plants. Prefers full sun, well drained soils and is drought resistant. Height 80-100cm.

Cultivation Advice Cornflower Centaurea Cyanus White

  • Germination 5-10 days. Optimum soil temp for germination: 60F-70F.
  • Seeds can be started indoors 4 to 6 weeks before last spring frost.
  • Or direct-sow seeds outside after all danger of frost has passed to a depth of 1/8 to ¼ inch,
  • well pressed as darkness aids in germination.
  • Tolerates a variety of soil types.
  • When seedlings are 2 to 3 inches high, thin to 10 to 12 inches apart.
  • Replant thinned plants.

Forerunner Mix Pansy Winter Flowering

Forerunner Mix Pansy Winter Flowering . A vigorous winter pansy producing upright free flowering plants from a mixture of all the forerunner series colours.

Cultivation Advice Pansy Winter Flowering Forerunner Mix

  • Sow May through to Aug at 1.5mm deep in good seed compost for early spring displays.
  • Excluding light will enhance germination which usually takes 14-21 days at 19-24C.
  • When seedlings are large enough to handle, transplant and grow in cooler conditions.
  • Gradually acclimatised to outdoor conditions for 10-15 days before planting out,
  • 15-20cm apart in most soils, sun or part shade.
  • Late summer sowings, you should plant out in early autumn
  • or moved to a cold-frame for planning out in early spring.

Pansy (Winter Hardy) Jolly Joker 

Pansy (Winter Hardy) Jolly Joker F2 awarded the AAS Medal 1990 and the 1990 Fleuroselect Gold Medal, is one the most spectacular of its class delivering an intense Purple and orange bicolor combination with 2.5-3” blooms on vigorous plants with a 6-8” spread. Can be autumn or spring sown.

 Cultivation Advice Pansy (Winter Hardy) Jolly Joker 

  • Sow Jan – May or Aug – Sep at 1.5mm deep in good seed compost for early spring displays.
  • Excluding light will enhance germination which usually takes 14-21 days at 19-24C.
  • When seedlings are large enough to handle, transplant and grow in cooler conditions.
  • Gradually acclimatised to outdoor conditions for 10-15 days before planting out, 15-20cm apart in most soils, sun or part shade.
  • Late summer sowings should be planted out in early autumn or moved to a cold-frame for planning out in early spring.
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