Cut Flowers

Cut Flowers

These will look great in the garden – keep cutting and they will produce vases of fantastic flowers.
16 products
  1. Starting at £11.95

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    Alstroemeria 'Indian Summer'

    A new, glamorous mid-height variety, with fiery orange-red flowers which contrast fabulously against its chocolate brown foliage. This is a superb variety which does well in a sunny or part shady spot, where it will flower continuously from May until the first frosts.

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    Alstroemeria 'Peaches and Cream'

    Soft apricot flowers with raspberry petal reverse, more like a tropical orchid than an alstroemeria.

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    Baptisia 'Grape Taffy'

    A very special new introduction with silken, chocolatey-purple flowers on spikes of blue-green pea-like foliage. This makes an excellent cut flower, too.

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    Baptisia australis

    This is one of the most beautiful early-summer perennials with rich, deep indigo-blue, pea-like flowers. The flower spikes grow to a whopping one metre tall and they keep the drama going through to winter, as their seedpods are equally interesting. A tough plant which will thrive on any free…

  5. Starting at £4.25

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    Consolida ajacis 'Misty Lavender'

    A sultry, smoky new form of this invaluable and reliable cut flower. It mixes well with any colour and lasts brilliantly in a vase. You can dry it too by hanging it upside down. It makes excellent natural confetti.

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    Dianthus x allwoodii 'Tequila Sunrise'

    We were impressed by these long-flowering, highly scented 'Cocktail' series that we trialled last year. They are compact, so ideal for table centre pots and window ledges and brilliant for picking. A soft pink variety with lovely buff-pink eyes and fantastic perfume.

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    Digitalis 'Dalmatian Peach' F1 Hybrid

    Flowering in their first year, these make excellent cut flowers with pale apricot blooms, spotted on the inside. Let them self-sow to flower again next year.

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    Euphorbia ceratocarpa

    An absolute favourite of mine. It’s a contender for the longest flowering plant I know – you can even pick it through the winter.

  9. Starting at £5.50

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    Hesperis matronalis

    One of the best May flowerers for scent in sun or shade. There's always lots of this at the Chelsea Flower Show.

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    Hesperis matronalis 'White'

    Pure scented white sweet rocket flowers that were a favourite of Marie Antionette. Hesperis matronalis or Dame's Violet grow amazingly happily in sun or shade. I saw an incredible sight of both the purple and white form lining both banks of a river near Thirsk in Yorkshire, where Dame's violet…

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    Hydrangea macrophylla 'Madame Emile Mouillère'

    Flowers in a beautiful pure-white, which tints to pink as they age, with contrasting dark leaves. Exceptionally long-flowering.

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    Matthiola incana 'Pillow Talk'

    The most intensely and deliciously scented plant in the whole Perch Hill garden.

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    Viburnum opulus 'Roseum' syn. 'Sterile'

    Also known as the Snowball Bush, my favourite foliage plant for late spring and early summer picking. From early May, this is covered in bright acid-green fluffy footballs and elegant indented leaves. As the flowers mature, they move through creamy-green into pure white. Sear the stem end in…

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    Digitalis Dalmatian Collection

    I fell on this collection of foxgloves in our trial last summer, picking them and loving them jumbled in a jug inside as well as growing in the garden. The Dalmatian series is an F1 type, consistently long-flowering, even in its first year. If you remove the first year spent flower stems by…

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    Centaurea montana

    Keep picking or deadheading this perennial cornflower and it keeps flowering and flowering from early summer. It will be covered in bees throughout too.

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    Centaurea montana 'Carnea'

    The perennial centaureas, or cornflowers, are well known for their very extended flowering season - particularly so with 'Carnea'. With this variety it's petals are not the usual purple, but a lovely, glowing soft pink.

Cut Flower Plants at Sarah Raven

We’ve done the tricky bit in making sure the seeds germinate and are beginning to grow, good and strong, so all you have to do is put your cut flower plants in the ground. Your cut flower garden plants come with full planting instructions and they are sent out as soon as they are ready to go in the ground.

Also see Sarah's selection of winter-sown and spring-sown sweet pea plants and seeds. Of course, don't miss out on our simple and ready to grow vegetable, salad and herb seedlings.