Cottage Garden Seeds

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Veronicastrum sibiricum

This perennial grows wild in grassy plains and mountain areas, producing an abundance of mauve flowerspikes on 1.8 metre stems in summer. An excellent cut flower and ideal background plant for any good or even boggy soil in full sun to partial shade. 300 seeds.

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Viola odorata 'Sulphurea'

In winter & early spring, the pretty slender stems carry sweetly-scented apricot yellow flowers among broadly-ovate foliage. This evergreen groundcover grows well in semi-shade with free draining, fertile soil. 25 seeds/No.3.

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Viola odorata ‘Queen Charlotte’

In winter & early spring, the pretty slender stems carry sweetly-scented apricot deep purple flowers among broadly-ovate foliage. This evergreen groundcover grows well in semi-shade with free draining, fertile soil. 25 seeds/No.3.

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Viola odorata ‘Reine de Neiges'

In winter & early spring, the pretty slender stems carry sweetly-scented white flowers among broadly-ovate foliage. This evergreen groundcover grows well in semi-shade with free draining, fertile soil. 25 seeds/No.3.

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Zinnia elegans 'Envy'

These creamy, lime-green, dahlia-like flower heads make Zinnia an eye-catching addition to gardens and floral arrangements. Fast growing, though frost tender, this 70cm-tall, Mexican annual needs a protected, sunny position with friable soil and extra watering over the hot summer months. 80 seeds.

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Zinnia elegans ‘Macarenia’

A showy annual zinnia that is ready to dance. Impressive golden tipped, scarlet flowers- mostly doubles, 8-10 cm across. A strong plant and great for cut flower, branching at base to produce many blooms. Frost tender, zinnias prefer fertile, well-drained soil in a sunny position. Frequent dead-heading in summer will prolong the flowering period. 60 seeds.

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Zinnia elegans ‘Mazurkia’

A sturdy annual zinnia with double and semi-double flowers with striking scarlet flowers tipped with cream. Winner of the Fleuroselect Novelty award in 2012. A great cut flower. Frost tender, zinnias prefer fertile, well-drained soil in a sunny position. Frequent dead-heading in summer will prolong the flowering period. 60 seeds.

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Zinnia elegans ‘Mix’

This sturdy Mexican annual is fast growing, producing double, Dahlia-like flowers in white, red, pink orange or yellow. A great cut flower. Marginally frost hardy, zinnias need fertile, well-drained soil in a sunny position. Frequent dead-heading in summer will prolong the flowering period. 100 seeds.