A lovely flower seed gift box which will provide flowers from April until October which are loved by bees!
Each box includes:
4 x Packets of seeds – Cosmos, Foxglove, Forget-me-not and dwarf Lupins;
4 x wooden plant markers;
pencil and postcard with a lovely quote by Audrey Hepburn.
It is all packaged in a stylish kraft A6 size gift box which will easily fit through a UK size letter box.
This particular variety grows to around 40cm tall and is ideal for the front of a sunny border. It has white, pink and blue flowers. By sowing seeds over several weeks it can provide a continual show of flowers from June to October.
Another annual flower loved by butterflies and bees. This variety grows to 60cm tall and will look fabulous in the middle of the border, behind the Lupins to give a tiered effect. They will bloom from June to October (or first frosts) and have pretty pink and rose coloured petals which fade to white as they mature. Remember to deadhead on a regular basis to keep them flowering all summer long.
Loved by bees each spring. They are a mixed colour and look best in the back of the border to add some height, colour and texture. They will grow to around 90-120cm tall and will flower from May to June. They are biennial which means they will flower in the second year after planting. They are happy in a sunny or shady border and may self seed which means free plants the following year.
The wooden plant labels will enable you to mark out where your seeds are in the border to make them easily identifiable and ensure you don’t dig them up by mistake thinking you have lots of weeds!
All seeds can be simply scattered directly into the soil to make the growing process very simple.
These seed gift boxes make a lovely present as a standalone item, or why not purchase a bird feeder https://bit.ly/2YyTZ05 which I can gift wrap together for you. You can purchase gift wrap and a card from my online shop and I can write the card for you at no extra cost.
The seeds are provided by Suttons Seeds who were founded in 1806 by John Suttons, Suttons opened the country’s first seed testing laboratory in 1840, sold the first ever foil sealed vacuum packed seeds in 1965 and have held the Royal warrant for over 140 years.