Cottage Garden Seeds

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Coreopsis tinctoria

A dazzling mix of contrasting golden and mahogany double and semi-double flowers, some in stripes others with contrasting centres. An easy to grow annual to 80 cm high. Great for borders and cut flowers. Flowers all summer and handles heat, humidity and dry weather. Attracts butterflies and bees to the garden. 250 seeds.

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Cosmos bipinnatus 'Picotee'

A gorgeous cosmos with white flowers that are delicately edged with shades of magenta-pink. On slender 120cm stalks and delicate, bright green foliage these flowers attract attention in any garden. Marginally frost-hardy this annual favours a sunny, protected spot with free draining, light soil. To prolong flowering dead head and provide a weekly dose of liquid fertilizer. 50 seeds.
 

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Cosmos bipinnatus 'Sensation'

This tall Mexican Aster has white, pink and red daisy-like flowers on slender 120cm stalks and delicate, bright green foliage. Marginally frost-hardy (frost tender seedlings) this annual favours a sunny, protected spot with free draining, light soil. To prolong flowering dead head and provide a weekly dose of liquid fertilizer. 50 seeds.
 

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Cosmos bipinnatus ‘Velouette’

A new and stunning annual cosmos! The dark red petals are contrasted with clear white stripes. Some plants have just the dark red flower, so when planted as a group they provide an eye catching combination. Marginally frost-hardy this annual favours a sunny, protected spot with free draining, light soil. To prolong flowering dead head and provide a weekly dose of liquid fertilizer. Grows to 60-80 cm. 50 seeds.

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Cynara scolymus 'Giant Green'

A french type of perennial artichoke with many edible large green, plump buds in spring and huge scented, purple/pink flowerheads in late summer. A hardy plant for rich, fertile soil in a warm and sunny position. A good, culinary variety and phantastic cut flower. 10 seeds/No.4/

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Dianthus arenarius f. nanus 'Little Maiden'

Sweetly fragrant, frilly pure white flowers on short stems adorn this compact perennial. Flowers in summer. Low growing with grass-like leaves that have a bluish hue. Ideal for the rock garden or drier, well drained areas. A hardy plant that prefers full sun. Suitable for container/pot growing. 30 seeds. No. 1.
 

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Dianthus barbatus ‘Sooty’

This stunning Black Sweet William is covered in deep, red-black maroon flowers over many weeks in late spring -summer. Ideal for mass planting, this beautiful biennial likes limy, fertile soil in sun or partial shade and readily self-seeds. A beautiful and deeply scented cut flower. 40 seeds.
 

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Dianthus plumaris

A sweet perfumed dianthus with fine, simple, linear grey-green leaves. A hardy perennial growing to 50 cm high. The flowers come in a range of pinks and have clove like tasting petals that can be added for flavour or decoration to cakes, salads and drinks. Flowers from late spring into late summer. Prefers well drained sites. Suitable for rock gardens and cutting. No. 1. 50 seeds.

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Dianthus spiculifolius

Forming dense cushions this dianthus has white, fringed flowers with a red-eye. The flowers are fragrant, the foliage is linear and blue-green. Ideal for the rock garden or drier, well drained areas. Flowers in late spring and summer. Endemic to Europe’s Carpathian mountains. A hardy perennial that prefers full sun. Suitable for container/pot growing. 20 seeds.
 

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Dierama pulcherium 'Mixed'

An unusual South African perennial with strap like foliage and 1.5m tall arching stems with long tassels of bell shaped, papery, pink, clear white and deep red flowers in the early summer months. These marginally frost hardy plants need well drained , fertile soil and a sunny position. 20 seeds/No.3/

Drought Resistant
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Digitalis x mertonensis

A beautiful, perennial, frost hardy hybrid with large raspberry-rose coloured flowers on 80cm long, sturdy stems. Blooming in summer this foxglove has very attractive basal rosettes of soft, hairy leaves and will grow well in normal garden soil in a shady position. Not to W.A. 150 seeds/No.1/

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Dorotheanthus bellidiformis

These ground-covering plants form large, evergreen carpets with a spectacular flowering display in summer. Vibrant colours range from white, pink, red, lemon to apricot with petals only opening on a sunny day. A heat and drought tolerant, succulent annual for full sun with good drainage. Excellent for mass displays or smaller pots. 200 seeds. No. 1.

Drought Resistant