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Biennials live for 2 years, whereas perennials live for longer. As a general rule, biennial and perennial seeds should be sown in spring, but some can be sown in autumn as well. Many varieties will self-seed after flowering, giving you even more plants!
Echinacea x hybrida 'Magic Box'
One of the most comprehensive mixtures of colours available. Each bloom has been carefully selected and bred by our flower breeders for its stunning form as well as its superior garden performance. The tall colourful flowers look fabulous in borders or in a vase in the house.More info
Dianthus plumarius 'Sweetness Mixed'
A true breakthrough! First year flowering from July to September from an early (February) sowing, producing heavily scented pinks. Dwarf, bushy, spreading plants; ideal for cottage or perennial borders. Easy to maintain - simply trim spent blooms with shears at the end of the season.
Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.More info
Scabious, Pincushion Flower
A rare giant from the Drakensberg Mountains of South Africa. The stout broomstick-like stems have attractive wrinkled leaves and ivory white 'cushion' flowers which bloom on tall stems from July to October. A rare and spectacular addition to any garden.More info
Geranium 'Horizon Coral Spice' F1 Hybrid
Pelargonium x hortorum, Zonal Geranium, Zonal PelargoniumA gorgeous new warm colour in geraniums. Large, well rounded, bright coral flower heads above lightly zoned foliage. With vigorous performance, it will flower nonstop until first frosts.
Although technically perennial, Pelargoniums are only half hardy and therefore normally treated as annuals in the UK. However, with care, they may be overwintered in a frost free greenhouse. More info
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