Seed Shop

Our seeds are sown, grown and harvested as a complete cycle, by us in our home garden and on our allotment in Salisbury, Wiltshire. Our seeds are open pollinated – non GMO, meaning they are produced naturally and pollinated by wind, birds or insects. Our seeds are packed as mixed colour varieties.

Our passion is for local, seasonal and sustainable floristry, and we believe this also includes consideration of where, and how seeds are produced. We are excited to extend our range from the sweet peas we have been producing for the past few years, into more cut flower varieties.

Perfect for the home gardener who wants to create a cutting patch, or add annuals to their borders. Our seeds are fresh and all harvested and packed by hand this season.

Please note seeds can only be sold and posted within Great Britain.

Hardy Annual Seed Set


Receive a gift set of all 5 of our hardy annuals seeds, including sweet peas, larkspur, nigella, calendula and papaver poppies. All seeds can be sown in autumn or late winter. Most will respond well to direct sowing, and self seed well, making this a set that will keep on giving.

Our Hardy Annual Seed Set is lovingly packed with one of own mini dried bouquets, making this set a gorgeous gift for yourself or a flower loving friend.

Sweet Pea Seeds


The most nostalgic flowers to grow in your garden. Our sweet peas are full of scent and beauty, while being super easy to grow. It’s where our growing journey started 5 years ago and we are so happy to share our seeds with you to experience #thesweetpeajoy

Sow seeds in autumn or late winter, undercover in deep seed pots or root trainers. Plant out in spring, 15cm apart to climb up supports. Will reach up to 1.8m and continue to cut flowers to encourage more buds.



A mix of apricot and rusty peach with some double varieties. A beautiful display that, when dead headed will continue to flower through the summer.

Sow undercover in autumn or late winter, plant out in spring 22cm apart and deadhead flowers to ensure a long supply through the summer. Flowers will reach 45cm high and will self seed well if allowed.



Towering spikes of delicate flower petals make a gorgeous addition to the back or a flower bed, as well as a beautiful addition to flower arrangements. This mix is mainly white and purples, with some shades of pink.

Sow in autumn or late winter, a hardy plant that will take off and flower in spring right through the early summer. Can reach 2 meters tall and will need supporting, depending on your local conditions and spacing. Plant out 30cm apart or closer to self support. Larkspur will self seed well, if allowed. If sowing in Autumn, freeze seeds beforehand and they will need the cold to kickstart germination.



“Love-In-The-Mist” this romantic beauty is stunning either in a garden bed, a flower arrangement, or when left to produce its gorgeous seed heads. This mix consists of mainly blue and white flowers.

Sow seeds in autumn or late winter, plant out in spring and space 22cm apart. This beauty will grow up to 60cm and will provide months of beauty. An easy to grow, good all rounder.

Poppy – Papaver Somniferum


A gorgeous giant poppy that produces beautiful, yet delicate flowers that fall to produce a lovely big seed head. I use these both fresh and dried in flower arranging.

Poppy seeds will direct sow well, in rows 30cm part in early spring. They do not like root disturbance, so if sowing in seed trays be gentle with the root ball.

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