Ornaments for your garden. Lushious blossoms in all colours and forms. (check both pages out!)

‘Jolly Jester’ Marigold  (Tagetes erecta)
‘Jolly Jester’ Marigold (Tagetes erecta)
Tagetes erecta approx 50 ORGANIC SEEDS CDN GROWN Annual low maintenance plant - very easy to grow - great for beginner gardeners! African marigold with masses of unusual, single, 5cm,brightly striped striking blooms, alternating red and orange shades.  Irresistible to butterflies and bees! Days to Germination: 4-10 Blooms: Early summer to frost
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(Alcea rosea) HOLLYHOCKS MIX SOLD OUT
(Alcea rosea) HOLLYHOCKS MIX SOLD OUT
SOLD OUT These classics have graced cottage gardens for more than a century. In July and August these add such stateliness to the flower garden! This mix has a seemingly endless assortment of shades of white, yellow, pink, maroon and red flowers, which grow 6 to 12’ (1.8 to 3.6 m) tall. Tall spires of hollyhocks are breathtaking as cut flowers, and in a mixed bouquet.
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(Lychnis chalcedonica) Maltese Cross
(Lychnis chalcedonica) Maltese Cross
See video here! Long popular in Cottage gardens, this is a rugged and easy perennial for any sunny border. Plants form an upright clump with tall stems in summer that bear large clusters of scarlet-orange flowers, shaped like a Maltese Cross. Excellent for cutting. In rich soils this may need to be staked to prevent flopping. Reliable and long lived. Clumps may be easily divided in spring or fall. Flowers are attractive to butterflies. Drought tolerant once established. It has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. 90-120 cm 35-47 inches, Full to part sun aka Flower of Bristol, Jerusalem Cross, Maltese Cross, Scarlet Lightning, Scarlet Lychnis, Silene chalcedonica
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Apricot Mix Strawflowers (Helichrysum bracteatum syn. Xerochrysum bracteatum)
Apricot Mix Strawflowers (Helichrysum bracteatum syn. Xerochrysum bracteatum)
The name strawflower doesn’t do much to excite the flower gardener, (images of something withered and tan come to mind), but the real strawflower blossom will bring vivid colors to your landscape and craft projects alike. This mix has long lasting, papery flowers, in shades of peach and apricot, and are magnets for pollinators. Lovely flower heads are produced from spring to autumn; their distinctive papery bracts resemble petals. The everlasting serves as food for various larvae of lepidopterans, and adult butterflies, hoverflies, native bees, small beetles, and grasshoppers. 100 (approx.)seeds, annual, (90-100cm)tall, 75-85 days
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Double Deep Red “Fringe” Poppy (Papaver laciniatum ) SOLD OUT
Double Deep Red “Fringe” Poppy (Papaver laciniatum ) SOLD OUT

Often known simply as Feathery poppies, Papaver laciniatum is a collection of annual poppies that are loved by gardeners because of their delicate petals. While many varieties in the poppy family have large disc-shaped petals, these beautiful flowers have the edges of their blooms feathered so they look like pom-poms of brightly colored crêpe paper.

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Elephant Head Amaranth (Amaranthus caudatus)
Elephant Head Amaranth (Amaranthus caudatus)
(Amaranthus caudatus) Annual Huge dark burgundy red plumes look as if an elephant is raising its trunk into the air. Long bloomer that grows to 5', (152 cm) grabbing attention in the garden. It is also an excellent cut flower. An heirloom that was brought here from Germany in the 1880’s; seeds are edible and can be popped, cooked like a grain or ground into flour. Not only are the seeds edible, but the young leaves are nutritious greens.
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Lupin Mix (Lupinus polyphyllus )
Lupin Mix (Lupinus polyphyllus )
A member of the pea family, Lupins are a wonderful old-fashioned flower, with spires of blue, yellow, pink, purple, white, peach and bicolours.. Although they are perennials, lupins are in the class of short-lived perennials. They put all their energy into those magnificent flower stalks and wear themselves out in the effort. Lupins live in the range of two to five years, but luckily they will self seed and the butterflies and bumblebees will love you.
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Pampas Plume Celosia MIX (Celosia argentea var. plumosa)
Pampas Plume Celosia MIX (Celosia argentea var. plumosa)
Grown for their unique, textural blooms, celosias are vigorous and free flowering. Easy to grow plants are covered in upright soft, feathery plumes. Brilliant colours in a range of reds, pinks, orange, salmon, yellow and cream. They thrive in hot and dry conditions. Celosias are a long lasting cut flower often lasting over 2 weeks. Flowers can also be dried for later use. Approx. 100 Seeds
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peony poppy Lilac Pompom
Papaver paeoniflorum ‘Lilac Pompom’, Peony poppy SEED
Indescribably elegant, Papaver somniferum var. paeoniflorum 'Lilac Pompom' is superb in the flower border, with lush frilled, dark pink-violet, often palm-sized blooms. Approx 150+ seeds
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Pink Feathers Peony Poppy (Papaver paeoniflorum)
Pink Feathers Peony Poppy (Papaver paeoniflorum)
Indescribably elegant, Papaver somniferum var. paeoniflorum is superb in the flower border, with lush frilled, LIGHT pink, often palm-sized blooms.
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Pink Senorita Cactus Mix Zinnia
Pink Senorita Cactus Mix Zinnia
Enormous, mostly fully double cactus-type flowers are superb for cut flower use. Their color is confined to a sophisticated range of the best pinks the zinnia clan has to offer, coming as they do in near salmon through cerise. Stunning, long lasting blooms that you will have to fight the butterflies for. Eye stopper planted with or near dark purple blooms or foliage plants to really POP! approx. 50 seeds
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Purity white Cosmos (Cosmos bipinnatus)
Purity white Cosmos (Cosmos bipinnatus)
Startling, glowing white, huge blossoms sway in the breeze attracting pollinators. See video HERE Single snow-white flowers, with lovely ferny foliage, to lighten the dark areas of a cottage garden. Regular dead heading will encourage continuous flowering from summer into late autumn. The ferny foliage on this variety is graced by the flowers up to 10cm (4") in diameter on plants that grow to about 76cm (30" - 60") tall. A vigorous, versatile and resilient wildflower, adaptable to both Sun and partial Shade
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