Flowers to dry
Harvest beautiful cut flowers from your own garden. An absolute magnet for insects of all kinds, and that for months. All the varieties in this finely harmonised collection enchant as fresh-cut flowers from the garden as well as dried flowers in all kinds of arrangements.
For the seed collections, Jora Dahl researches the world for the best, most flower-rich cut flowers. Finely coordinated, they can be used to arrange wonderful bouquets. Growing them is child’s play and fresh from the garden, the flowers last a particularly long time in the vase. This selection of seeds comes with a small guide on sowing and harvesting cut flowers.
A garden is nothing without bees, bumblebees, butterflies, ladybirds, birds – it is nothing without animals. We would like to inspire you to wrest more and more bed space from the boring rolled lawn.
Flower selection: Anethum Graveolens (Dill), Daucus Carota ‘Dara’ (Wild Carrot), Delphinium Consolida ‘Misty Lavender’ (Larkspur), Helichrysum bracteatum ‘Scarlet’ (Strawflower), Helichrysum bracteatum ‘Silvery Rose’ (Strawflower), Helichrysum bracteatum ‘White’ (Strawflower), Limonium sinuatum ‘QIS Apricot’ (Annual Statice), Limonium sinuatum ‘QIS Pastel’ (Annual Statice), Nigella damascena ‘Mrs Jekyll’ (Love-in-a-Mist), Panicum virgatum ‘Fontaine’ (Ornamental Switch Grass)
Sowing: February – June
Contents: 10 seed packets and instructions for sowing and drying
Made in: Germany
Shipping: available from stock