Candytuft: A garden must-have! - Live Creatively Inspired
If asked to recommend one Spring flowering garden plant, I would answer with Candytuft, a pretty evergreen perennial! Here's why!
Forget Me Not Seed
A sun and heat tolerant variety of Forget Me Not. Generous blue flowers grace sturdy stems that are perfect for bouquets. Also known as Chinese Forget Me Nots. They are also a great choice to fill out container gardens! Plant seeds inside about 8 weeks before last frost date. Cover lightly, keep moist and keep in the dark for germination. Transplant seedlings into cell packs or containers and move to the light. Can also be planted outside after frost in prepared bed. Starting inside is…
Easy Fix for Fall : Flowers to Wake Up your Garden • The Garden Glove
If you need an easy fix for a boring fall garden, then plant these fall flowers and fall garden plants! Easy to grow, they will spice up the autumn garden!
Larkspur Mix, 100 Seeds - The Gardener's Workshop
Larkspur, Delphinium consolida - 100 seeds avg. The beautiful stately spikes of Larkspur can stand over 4 feet tall in the garden. Hummingbirds, bees, and other pollinators are frequent visitors to this flower. Planting Tips: A cool-season hardy annual that prefers full sun. Planting seeds directly in the garden is preferred. Cover seed; allow 14-28 days to germinate. Thin seedlings once 5" tall to 9" apart in the garden. Ht. 36"-48". Winter hardy in zone 6 and south.
Baby Blue Eyes Seeds
Baby Blue Eyes Seeds - Nemophila menziesii Baby Blue Eyes are hardy annual flower seeds native to California, but will also grow prolifically throughout the rest of the United States. An extremely colorful wildflower that is also rather easy to grow, Baby Blue Eyes remains one of our favorite all-purpose wildflowers!
50 Mix Lupine Flower Seeds Lupinus Polyphyll Perennial Garden Bloon Wild Plant | eBay
Lupines (Lupinus spp.). are attractive and spiky, reaching 1 to 4 feet in height and adding color and texture to the back of a flower bed. The lupine plant grows from a long taproot and does not like to be moved.
Orange Siberian Wallflower Flower Seeds / Erysimum / Perennial 50+
50+ The Siberian Wallflower wildflower has vibrant orange flowers on plants that grow to 18 inches high. It has a lovely scent and is very attractive to butterflies. It can beautify an entire meadow with its brilliant orange, phlox-shaped flowers. Siberian Wallflower plants are not as hardy as their name would imply. In warmer climates it will act as a perennial coming back year after year. Wallflowers are used as a cut flower, in dried arrangements, potpourri, and as a fabric dye. Directly…
Lavender/White Bird's Eyes Gilia Flower Seeds / Annual 75+
75+ If you like to attract hummingbirds to your garden, grow these Gilia Tricolor seeds. This wild flower is native to California, but can grow virtually anywhere in a sunny location. Commonly, it is called Bird's Eye, and it is often visited by bees and hummingbirds. The blooms are trumpet shaped, violet and white with a yellow throat, and they have a sweet scent similar to the scent of chocolate! Gilia Tricolor Bird's Eyes are extremely floriferous producing tons of lovely blooms that are…
Top 3 flowers to sow now - The English Garden
Tom Sharples of Sutton Seeds shares his favourite blooms to start off from seed in February Dahlia ‘Yankee Doddle Dandy’. Credit: Suttons Seeds. Cosmos bipinnatus ‘Sonata’ Antirrhinum majus ‘Madame Butterfly’. Credit: Suttons Seeds. Cosmos is sometimes seen as an old-fashioned flower, but has recently enjoyed a resurgence in popularity. This may be due to the …
Linum grandiflorum, the Scarlet Flax
Linum grandiflorum or Scarlet Flax is originally native to North Africa and parts of Europe and Asia where it grows as a drought-tolerant annual.