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Wildflowers 'Ultimate Mix'

Nature in a box - fill your garden with thousands of flowers with our 'Ultimate Mix'. Easy to grow mixes of glorious wild flowers to enhance your garden and attracts beneficial bees and insects. Height: up to 60cm (24). Spread: 20cm (8). This mix comprises of: Field Poppy, Corn Marigold, Cornflower,…  More Info

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Wildflowers 'Cornfield Annuals Mix'

Nature in a box - fill your garden with thousands of flowers with our 'Cornfield Annuals Mix'. Easy to grow mixes of glorious wild flowers to enhance your garden and attract beneficial bees and insects. Simply open the box, scatter the seeds where you want them to grow, cover and wait for a…  More Info

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Wildflower Mixture

…providing an abundance of attractive wild flowers to add colour, grace and interest to the garden. Suitable for the flower border or wild area they are also valuable for the butterflies, bees, seed eating birds and insects they will attract. Some plants will flower in the first summer, the rest in…  More Info

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Oregano

…useful and low maintenance addition to the herb garden. The flowers produced in summer and autumn can also be used for flavouring after they have been gently dried. Height and spread: 45cm (18?). Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.  More Info

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Viola tricolor

…prolific baby pansy with an unbeatable combination of 3-4 colours in each FLOWER! It will flower continuously from summer to winter, is compact enough for rockeries, walls or edging and will self sow seedlings. Flowers summer to winter. Height: 15-23cm (6-9in). The petals make a colourful addition…  More Info

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Woodland Strawberry

…and rotting as most fruits are held above soil level. Ideal for growing in baskets and containers outside the backdoor to tempt you every time you pass by. Height: 20cm (8). Spread: 30cm (12). Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.  More Info

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Silene caroliniana 'Hot Pink'

…blooms of Silene caroliniana 'Hot Pink'! Known as Sticky Catchfly or Wild Pink in its native home of North America, where this low, clump-forming perennial thrives on the well-drained soils of rocky outcrops. The nectar rich flowers are borne in profusion in late spring and early summer, offering a…  More Info

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Tulip sylvestris

…bulbs, corms and tubers Culinary information: Some parts of these flowers are edible. However, some people have had strong allergic reactions to tulip flowers. If touching them causes a rash, numbness etc. then tulip flowers should not be eaten. For more details about edible flowers click here.  More Info

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Wildflowers 'Classic Meadow Mix'

Nature in a box - fill your garden with thousands of flowers with our 'Classic Meadow Mix'. Easy to grow mixes of glorious wild flowers to enhance your garden and attracts beneficial bees and insects. Simply open the box, scatter the seeds where you want them to grow, cover and wait for a…  More Info

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Wildflowers 'Woodland Shade Mix'

Nature in a box - fill your garden with thousands of flowers with our Woodland Shade Mix'. Easy to grow mixes of glorious wild flowers to enhance your garden and attact beneficial bees and insects. Simply open the box, scatter the seeds where you want them to grow, cover and wait for a spectacular…  More Info

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Dianthus caryophyllus 'Giant Chabaud Mixed'

The fragrance and the range of colour is very good. Double beautifully scented, fringed flowers. Culinary note: Use the clove like tasting petals for adding to cakes, either for flavour or decorating, suitable for soups, salads and sauces too. For more details about edible flowers click here.  More Info

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Honey Bee Flower Mixed

…honey bees in our gardens. Our special selection provides forage over a long season making it an invaluable food source for bees. This colourful wild flower mix is perfect for those gardeners with their own honeybee hives, or those wishing to encourage bees into their gardens. Height: 60cm (24).…  More Info

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Wild Rocket

…garnish. Wild Rocket has a stronger flavour than standard Rocket, and the young leaves can be picked in succession and are perfect for salads. Easy to grow. Height 15-20cm (6-8in), prostrate habit. Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click…  More Info

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Wild Rocket 'Dragon's Tongue'

…in an unheated greenhouse, this tasty wild rocket will provide fresh, peppery salad leaves all year round. Height and spread: 15cm (6) if harvested regularly or up to 60cm (24) if left uncropped. Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.  More Info

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Wild Rocket - Organic Seeds

Duchy Originals Wild Rocket has dark green, serrated leaves with a rich, intense peppery flavour. Wild Rocket is an ideal kitchen windowsill herb. Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.  More Info

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Anemone 'Wild Swan'

Unique new cross between an early and a late flowering anemone, its delicate petals are white on one side and blue-purple underneath, it'll flower from April to October. If it looks familiar, that's because it was awarded the RHS Chelsea Flower Show Plant of the Year in 2011. Ht. 60cm. Supplied in…  More Info

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Heuchera 'Wild Rose'

A gorgeously coloured Heuchera – ‘Wild Rose’ boasts large leaves in a sumptuous shade of pinky-purple etched with charcoal veins. If that wasn’t enough – there is also the summer bonus of small pink flowers held in dainty sprays. A large and fast-growing variety, it…  More Info

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Chamomile (Wild or German)

Daisy-like flowers with yellow centres and feathery foliage which has an apple smell when crushed. Wild chamomile leaves make a delicious soothing chamomile tea, skin wash or shampoo. This delicate annual is also ideal for filling gaps at the front of flower borders. Please note: This variety is not…  More Info

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Lychnis flos-cuculi

An attractive wild flower with bright pink flowers with raggedy petals. Hence it is often known as Ragged Robin, because, just like the bird, it stands out brightly at the start of summer. Plant in damp areas of the garden. Height 25-100cm (10-40in)  More Info

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Fritillaria meleagris

The nodding bell shaped flowers of Fritillaria meleagris are unmistakeable for their snake skin markings. This British wild flower bulb is now protected and rarely seen in its native meadows, but will always attract attention in a woodland garden, rockery, or naturalised in grass. Height: 30cm (15)…  More Info

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Hypericum perforatum

This hardy perennial will make an excellent addition to wild flower, cottage and low maintenance gardens. The golden star shaped blooms are borne on the tips of upright stems during June, July and August. Hypericum perforatum'is better known as St. Johns Wort which is renowned as an anti-depressant…  More Info

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Rocket 'Wildfire'

…or when used as a pizza topping. Grow Rocket 'Wildfire' in containers, vegetable plots or on a windowsill indoors for crops all year round. Plants are slow to bolt. Height and spread: 15cm (6). Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.  More Info

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Daucus carota 'Dara'

This ornamental wild carrot is something really different for your borders! The airy blooms appear in lovely shades of pink and burgundy, with the occasional white flower found on traditional carrots. Daucus carota 'Dara' adds height and a soft, hazy feel to cottage garden borders and wildlife…  More Info

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Rocket 'Scorpion'

…This quick and easy salad leaf will add punch to your salad ingredients, with its very hot, mustardy flavour. Related to wild rocket but quicker to mature, be sure to keep picking the leaves whilst they are still young. Height and spread: 15cm (6). Culinary note: Rocket flowers are edible.  More Info

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Oregano 'Hot and Spicy'

…into the late summer months. White flowers will appear in mid-summer meaning it will add some delicate beauty to the herb garden too. Plant up in a sunny spot in a border, bed, or container. Height and spread: 45cm (18). Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. Try the sweet tasting…  More Info

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Rocket 'Sweet Oakleaf' - Kew Collection Seeds

…Attractive oak leaved with a flavour combining sweetness with a pungent Wild Rocket kick. 'Culinary note: Rocket flowers are edible. Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here. Useful Links: How to grow salad crops from seed Reasons to buy…  More Info

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Clematis 'Paul Farges'

…as groundcover. Its relaxed habit suits informal gardens and wild areas where the abundant flowers will hum with busy bees. Throughout summer it is smothered in star-like, fragrant, creamy-white flowers about 4-5cm in diameter. Each flower is composed of 4-6 narrow recurving petals. At the centre is…  More Info

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Knautia macedonica Red Knight

…perfect candidate for a wild, informal border where it will flower from summer to autumn, attracting pollinating insects with its nectar rich flowers. A basal clump of softly hairy leaves gives rise to tall, slender stems bearing masses of deep red, pincushion flowers. Beautiful placed in the middle…  More Info

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Cichorium intybus 'Electric Blue'

The wild form of the vegetable Chicory makes a beautiful addition to a cottage garden border. Electric blue flowers are produced on the many, breezy stems throughout summer. Be quick to enjoy their beauty, as the flowers always close by midday! Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible.…  More Info

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Rose 'Eye of the Tiger' (Shrub Rose)

…unusual shrub rose that has semi-double vibrant yellow flowers with deep burnt-orange centres. Combining the look of a wild rose with modern disease resistance and more vigorous, yet compact, plants you'll be enjoying these gorgeous flowers throughout the summer months. Train the thorny stems onto…  More Info

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Strawberry 'Just Add Cream™'

…sweetness of home-grown strawberries with the special taste of the wild woodland or alpine strawberry. Perfectly formed strawberries can be picked from May until the first frosts of autumn, on plants that have pretty pink flowers. Strawberry 'Just Add Cream?' can grow up to 1kg of strawberries in a…  More Info

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Viburnum opulus

…with a mass of pale green, pom-pom flower heads that gradually mature to pristine white. The blooms are loved by pollinating insects, making this a great choice for a wildlife area. By autumn, the floiwers are replaced by glossy scarlet berries that attract wild birds to an autumn feast. The small,…  More Info

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Foxglove 'Camelot Rose'

…the appearance of a traditional wild Foxglove, although in this new strain blooms are held all around the stem, creating an even more impressive display. The Digitalis 'Camelot' series is a collection of superior F1 Hybrid varieties that are first year flowering perennials. Foxgloves make a superb…  More Info

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Blueberry 'Rubel'

…horticulturist and writer, James Wong, Blueberry ‘Rubel’ is renowned for its particularly high level of anthocyanins. Directly descended from wild blueberry plants collected in the forests of New Jersey in the early 1900s, its fruits are slightly smaller than some varieties but darker in…  More Info

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Honeysuckle 'Scentsation'

…sweet scented deciduous Woodbine brings pale yellow and ivory blooms from midsummer to September. As the flowers fade the interest is maintained with glossy red berries that will attract wild birds to feed. Honeysuckle periclymenum 'Scentsation' will be perfect to climb up walls and fences but why…  More Info

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Clematis Vitalba

…the UK’s native, wild clematis, better known by its romantic folk names - Traveller’s Joy and Old Man’s Beard. It’s a wonderful plant for a wildlife-friendly garden: beneficial pollinators, including bees and hoverflies, are attracted to its flowers, the leaves are a food…  More Info

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Dahlia 'Imperialis Tree Dahlia'

…makes it a magnificent specimen for a tropical border. The flowers don’t appear until October, so it requires a warm position to bloom, either in a greenhouse/conservatory or a sheltered position in mild gardens, where the flowers won’t risk being prematurely cut down by frost. If you…  More Info

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Foragers Hedging Collection

…preserves. Elderberry flowers and fruits have many uses, wine and cordial drinks being the most popular. Sea Buckthorn has bright orange fruits that are rich in vitamin C and E, the juice and oils can be used for health benefits and even the leaves can be used for making tea. Wild Cherries, whilst…  More Info

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Strawberry 'Vesca'

…drinks. Height: 20cm (8). Spread: 30cm (12). Useful links: How to grow strawberries Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here. Plant height and spread is seasonal therefore we list by pot size rather than a defined plant size. The height…  More Info

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Geranium Pratense Mrs Kendall Clark

…meadow cranesbill, and it looks equally at home in a wild garden or more formal border. One of the tallest geraniums, it can grow up to 90cm, depending on soil type, and has a strong, upright habit. The saucer-shaped, outward-facing flowers are held proudly upright, well above the finely cut leaves.…  More Info

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Pyracantha 'Orange Glow'

…Glow? makes a lovely backdrop for its lightly fragrant, small white flowers in late spring. By Autumn this RHS AGM Firethorn is literally aglow with shiny orange-red berries that provide valuable winter food for wild birds. This versatile hardy shrub makes a fabulous, low maintenance specimen…  More Info

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Clematis 'Star of India'

…shaded part of the garden, so it's superb purple petals do not fade in strong sunlight. The large, rich purple, flowers are exotic but subtle, with a distinct star shape. Wild Clematis originate in China, and some cultivars were developed in Japan, from where they were first shipped to Europe…  More Info

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Cephalanthus 'Magical Moonlight'

…need to compromise on looks when it comes to catering for bees and butterflies. The Button Bush is truly unique, with florets of white tubular flowers that open to form perfect spheres covered in a multitude of yellow-tipped pin-like stamens. Not only does 'Magical Moonlight' add a celestial feeling…  More Info

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Coreopsis 'Solar Collection'

wild parentage, as well as their ability to attract loads of pollinators. Height: 50cm (20in). Spread: 45cm (18in) Coreopsis 'Solar Collection' comprises the following varieties: * Coreopsis 'Solar Moon' - pale yellow flowers with central maroon blotches* Coreopsis 'Solar Jewel' - bright red flowers  More Info

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Rose 'Eyes Collection' (Floribunda Rose)

…that combines the vigour of modern breeding with the charm of wild roses. Both are vigorous growers, with good resistance to disease. Collection comprises:* Rose 'For Your Eyes Only' - Subtle fragrance and dusky pink-orange, flowers that bloom throughout summer and into autumn. The perfect ground…  More Info

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Coreopsis 'Solar Fancy'

…more abundant flowers and healthy foliage on plants which have been selected for their high disease resistance. Should we have another summer of heat and drought, these Coreopsis will cope admirably. Unfussy about soil, the Solar series tolerates poor, sandy sites in full sun. Flowering commences in…  More Info

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Coreopsis 'Solar Mellow'

…more abundant flowers and healthy foliage on plants which have been selected for their high disease resistance. Should we have another summer of heat and drought, these Coreopsis will cope admirably. Unfussy about soil, the Solar series tolerates poor, sandy sites in full sun. Flowering commences in…  More Info

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Coreopsis 'Solar Jewel'

…more abundant flowers and healthy foliage on plants which have been selected for their high disease resistance. Should we have another summer of heat and drought, these Coreopsis will cope admirably. Unfussy about soil, the Solar series tolerates poor, sandy sites in full sun. Flowering commences in…  More Info

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Coreopsis 'Solar Moon'

…more abundant flowers and healthy foliage on plants which have been selected for their high disease resistance. Should we have another summer of heat and drought, these Coreopsis will cope admirably. Unfussy about soil, the Solar series tolerates poor, sandy sites in full sun. Flowering commences in…  More Info

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Crab Apple 'John Downie'

…for wild birds. Crab apples are self fertile and if planted near orchard apple trees they make excellent pollinators. Rootstock: MM106. Height and spread: 4m (13?). Estimated time to cropping once planted: 1 year. Estimated time to best yields: 3 years. Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are…  More Info

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Crab Apple 'Red Sentinel'

…will grow to a maximum height of 2.5m making it more managable in smaller gardens. Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here. Generally crab apples are too tart to eat raw, but their apple flavour becomes intense when cooked. Cab apples…  More Info

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Airplant Caput Medusa

…with twisted and tangled leaves which resemble the wild snaky hair of Medusa. Tillandsia caput-medusae (which translates to Medusa?s Head air plant) makes a fascinating house plant, not only for its foliage but also for its bright pink flower which appears during the summer months to bring a splash…  More Info

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Bulb & Perennial Bumper Pack

…ideal for adding height and structure to your garden. The colourful flower spikes create a bold impression at the middle and back of borders or planted in groups at the edge of woodland areas. Tall spires of tightly packed flowers rise above clumps of palmate foliage to form a distinctive hardy…  More Info

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Monarda didyma

…composed of 2-lipped, tubular flowers. The shaggy flowers are held on erect stems above clumps of deep green, aromatic foliage. Monarda didyma is a great choice for wildlife lovers, as it’s a magnet for bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects. It has a wild, informal look that is…  More Info

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Brighamia insignis

…the houseplant collector, providing architectural presence, lush foliage and sweet-smelling, pretty flowers over a long period. A species endemic to Hawaii which is now critically endangered in the wild, this rare plant is saved from extinction by being grown as houseplants which are propagated from…  More Info

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Briza Media

…Best grown in groups for maximum impact, Briza media adds a wild, informal look, associating beautifully with other grasses and prairie-style plants but also making a lovely feature in a container. The seed heads are excellent for dried flower arrangements. Height and Spread: 50-90cm (20-35”).…  More Info

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Crataegus media 'Pauls Scarlet'

…choice for small gardens. It forms a small tree with a rounded crown, less thorny than the wild species and clothed in dark green lobed leaves. In May it bears masses of fully double, light red flowers followed by small red haws in autumn. It provides dense cover for nesting birds which also enjoy…  More Info

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Wild Rocket (Rucola Selvatica) - Vita Sementi® Italian Seeds

Slower growing and with a more serrated leaf than Cultivated Rocket but Wild Rucola Selavativca is increasing in popularity to add to Cultivated Rocket as a mixed salad ingredient. Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.  More Info

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Lysimachia punctata

…yellow flower spikes from mid-summer onwards. Golden Lysimachia is ideal for growing in moist perennial borders, bog gardens or pond margins and will thrive in difficult clay soils. Naturalising well in a wild or woodland garden, dotted loosestrife is a valuable late-summer perennial, flowering when…  More Info

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Mammillaria zeilmanniana

…in the wild but has become a very popular cacti in cultivation, being both highly attractive and easy to grow. It forms neat, dark green, spiny cushions that offset readily to produce clumps. The offsets can be detached to grow new specimens. In spring, pinkish-purple, funnel-shaped flowers about…  More Info

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