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Simple cut flowers - Autumn sowing
These are the hardy annual seeds that I sow in September every year to give me fresh looking posies from late Spring*.
They can also be sown in March-June so you can split your sowing to give you flowers over a long period.
They all come with a postcard giving instructions for sowing hardy annuals.
* About one year in ten they do not survive the winter here in Central Scotland - when it is below -6 for more than a week or if we are under snow for 10 days they do not like it. I still find it worthwhile to give it a go and ones that stay in shelter in pots do tend to make it through as long as I don't leave them under a snowdrift.
You can buy either as individual packets or as a set.
Sadly due to regulations I cannot send seeds outside the UK.