Cottage Garden Seeds

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Campanula persicifolia ‘blue’

This perennial border-plant produces beautiful blue, bell-shaped summer flowers on tall stems with evergreen narrow lance-shaped leaves. Prefers moist limy soils in full sun or half shade. Tolerates heavy soils. Cut back after flowering to encourage a second bloom. Leaves can be used raw or cooked and flowers are a sweet edible addition to salads. 500 seeds.
 

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Campanula pyramidalis 'Blue+White'

A stunning, short lived perennial with strong 1.4 metre tall stems covered in large blue/purple or white bell shaped flowers in mid-summer until autumn. A great background plant for a sunny spot and good, fertile soil with extra lime. 100 seeds/No.1/

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Celsia roripifolia

An old fashioned cottage garden plant closely related to the Verbascum family with strong one metre tall flower spikes in summer. The dainty white/pink, 5-lobed petals open first from the base of the flower stalk and turn into attractive reddish round seed pods over mid summer. A rare and unusual biennial or short lived perennial for a sunny position with ordinary garden soil. 300 seeds/No.1/. Not to WA.

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Centaurea cyanus

These spring and summer bloomers have large, double flowers in shades of blue, pink and white on 60-100 cm tall stems. These annuals grow well in full sun and good, limy, well-drained soil in a sheltered position. Cut back spent flowers to promote regrowth. Flower petals are edible, adding colour to salads. Plant en masse for a striking display or amongst your vegies for a bit of colour. Makes a great cut or dried flower. Self seeds. 200 seeds.
 

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Centaurea cyanus 'Blue Boy'

These spring and summer bloomers have large, double flowers in a beautiful blue on 80cm tall stems. The classic cornflower colur. These annuals grow well in full sun and good, limy, well-drained soil in a sheltered position. Cut back spent flowers to promote regrowth. Flower petals are edible, adding colour to salads. Plant en masse for a striking display or amongst your vegies for a bit of colour. Makes a great cut or dried flower. Self seeds. 150 seeds.

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Centaurea cyanus Artistic Mix

An impressive annual mix of classic blue, rose, plum and white flowers, with hints of ‘frosting’ and colour shades. These annuals grow well in full sun and good, limy, well-drained soil in a sheltered position. Cut back spent flowers to promote regrowth. Flower petals are edible, adding colour to salads. Plant en masse for a striking display or amongst your vegies for a bit of colour. Makes a great cut or dried flower. Self-seeds. 200 seeds.

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Centaurea dealbata

This 60cm perennial cottage plant produces very unusual pink-coloured, feathery flowers over summer and autumn. A hardy plant that grows well in most soil types and climates. Grow in full sun or part shade. A beautiful cut flower and hardy border plant. Regular deadheading will keep a neater appearance and promote a longer flower period. Prune back hard in late-summer to maintain a compact habit. 20 seeds/No.1/

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Centaurea macrocephala

A spectacular plant of the cornflower family with artichoke like, huge brown buds opening to large golden yellow flowers in summer on one metre tall stems. A mature plant can grow up to thirty flowers. For organically rich soils in full sun. 20 seeds/No.1/

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Centaurea montana

An old fashioned cottage garden plant with large dark blue, feathery flowers from spring until autumn on 50 cm tall stems and healthy blue-green leaves covered in silver hairs. A beautiful cut flower which grows well in fertile soil in full sun or part shade. 20 seeds/No.1/

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Centaurea orientalis

This long-blooming, perennial cottage plant produces bright yellow, feathery flowers in summer and autumn. Grows well in most soil types and climates in full sun or part shade. Either the flower or seed capsule makes a beautiful addition to any cut arrangement. Frost hardy and drought tolerant, regular deadheading will keep it neater and prolong flower period. Prune back in late-summer to maintain a compact habit. 15 seeds.

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Centranthus ruber ‘Rosenrot’

A charming old fashioned perennial with clusters of light red flowers in late spring and summer, with soft grey green foliage. Flowers in its first year (if started early enough) and makes a great fragrant cut flower. Deadhead to promote more flowering and to prevent self seeding. Self seeds easily. Not for very hot & humid climates. 25 seeds. No. 1.
 

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Cerastium tomentosum var. columnae

This great ground cover is loved for the profusion of white flowers in late spring – summer & the woolly silver-grey foliage that maintains interest when flowering has stopped. Growing to 15 cm this ‘carpeting’ ground cover is perfect in dry & poor soils, rock gardens or edging for paths/lawns. Has a cascading effect when planted in rock walls or hanging baskets. Flowers in first year. 80 seeds. nO. 1.