Add multiple shades of glorious grey colour to your garden, plus moody blues with Suttons’ tempting new range of fabulous flower seeds.
Suttons Brings 50 Shades of Grey to Your Garden!
Poppy Seeds – Amazing Grey is a total game-changer for poppies as they are grey/blue, just look at them! Single and semi-double flowers in shades of silvery grey and slate blue – some with a red-rimmed eye.
Good looks and vigour!
These poppies will attract more than just the bees! These plants are stunning, vigorous and free flowering. You’ll love the shimmering, delicate papery petals of these perfect poppies, in their unusual sultry shades.
This hardy annual will grow in sun or shade and is ideal for beds and borders. After flowering, the seed pods can be left to self-seed or feed the birds in autumn/winter. A most deserving Fleuroselect Novelty award winner.
Enjoy them indoors too!
Perfect as a cut flower, you can enjoy these gloriously ruffled grey blooms indoors too!
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Not a grass but related to an Iris! This clump-forming, semi-evergreen plant bears bright blue flowers with darker petal lining and golden centres. Perfect for a rock garden, gravel driveway, containers or the front of a border – it looks simply glorious grown in small bowls on a garden table as a centrepiece.
- 15cm tall
- Flowers May-July
- First-year flowering perennial
- Good for bees
Other hardy annuals new for 2021 include …
Sweet Pea ‘Supersonic’
Improved ‘Jet Set’ type with a re-selected habit for a more compact plant. Intermediate variety, around 100-120 tall. 7 complimentary colours. Very fragrant and sweetly scented (Scent 4). Exceptionally long flower stems 30-40cm. Perfect for cutting, almost like a cutting-hedge.
Code: 13 42 51
Sow: January – May, September – October
An unusual double-flowered variety with a lime green eye. One of the best calendula for cut flowers and a great performer in the garden. Loved by hoverflies and pollinating insects. Great to grow in the veg garden as the petals can be used to colour rice dishes and be added to salads and cakes.
Code: 10 71 38
Sow: Late March-May, late August-September
Bring maximum flower power to the garden in a blaze of orange blooms. Drought tolerant, happy in poor soil and easy to grow, this favourite of bees and butterflies fills a garden with warmth and colour.
Sow: February – Mid May