I enjoy pottering around the garden so much that I now have collected a selection of very fresh small batch heirloom seeds to share with you. These seeds below have all been tried and tested by me, are linked to articles where you can see them growing, and are all pretty, unusual and ideally suited for the backyard plant collector and vegetable grower. I hope you enjoy your time in the garden as much as I do- Eimear.
At the moment shipping is included in all product prices, so there is no extra to pay. This may change at a date in the future, depending on shipping rates. We only ship within Australia, and we may not be able to ship certain seeds to W.A, Tasmania and QLD depending on quarantine restrictions for each state.
Grow what we grow here on the hill! A mix containing all our favourites from our own backyard, the Spencer's Choice Mix, Lathyrus Lord Ansons and Matucana this gorgeous multi-coloured mix of scented sweet pea will climb a garden trellis with pure English elegance. Colours range from a dark maroon to white! Fragrant spring flowering annual, used as cut flower, sow mid summer to late autumn, spring in cooler areas. Contains 25 seeds.
Grow what we grow here on the hill! Our own spectacular buttery mix of calendulas. The perfect combination of Yellow with black dot centres, Yellow with yellow dot centre, snow princess (pale yellow with red dot centre), touch of pink, and the odd orange (orange dot centre or black dot centre). A calm mix of colours to add to the winter garden. Calendula is enjoyed all year round! They are also an excellent option to companion plant with lettuce, as the leaves mimic the shape of lettuce leaves and distract predators.
Stunning Queen Annes Lace is powerful addition to any cottage garden. It provides butterflies with an actual landing pad, and helps to feed pollinators. Annual growing to 120cm. These upright plants have ferny green foliage producing large rounded umbels of small attractive cream/white flowers.
Grow what we grow here on the hill. This is our own mix of sunflowers that dazzle us year after year in our garden. The mix includes favourites such as tallest Giant Russian, medium Van Gogh inspired green middled forms and pretty dwarfs.