Hardy Shrub (HS) Perfect for Pollination
Dense, fragrant plants, loved by bees and butterflies
Much loved variety with aromatic leaves and flowers which can be cut and dried, best grown where the scent can be appreciated. Attracts butterflies and bees to the garden.
Plant Class: Hardy Shrub (HS).
Habit: Bushy, Medium.
Average 150 seeds
The deeply-cut, silver-grey foliage of this compact and uniform plant is the ideal complement to brightly coloured bedding subjects such as petunia, salvia and geranium. Silver Dust looks as good in containers as it does in beds borders or edging a path, and is so easy to grow from seed.
Cineraria is a half-hardy perennial (strictly a shrub), best grown as a half-hardy annual, producing a fine show in the year of sowing. Small yellow flowers may appear during the summer, but these are best removed. In milder areas it may survive the winter unprotected.
A selection of mixtures and colours, ideal for containers and bedding
A selection of mixtures and separate colours. Ideal for beds, borders and containers, or covering unsightly areas of the garden.
They thrive even in the poorest soils.
Alaska Mixed – bright single flowers set off by pale green marbled foliage.
Golden Jewel – semi-double golden flowers on compact plants. Perfect for borders, pots and tubs.
Mahogany Gleam – semi-double flowers on semi-trailing plants. Great for ground cover and containers.
Peach Melba – striking semi-double flowers with attractive salmon dots, on compact plants.
Tall Mixed – an excellent mixture of bright single flowers on vigorous plants.
Tom Thumbs Mixed – compact plants covered in single flowers in a good range of bright colours.