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Cut Flowers

These will look great in the garden – keep cutting and they will produce vases of fantastic flowers.
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    Anethum graveolens (Dill)

    A brilliant acid-green cut flower filler, with so many different roles. The leaves are invaluable in the kitchen, I use its flowers for decorating salads and for arrangements, and the seeds for baking and tagines. As a cut flower, it's good with whites and blues or rich, brilliant colours to…

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    Calendula officinalis 'Snow Princess'

    The softest primrose pot marigold, or calendula, its heart and petal tips fringed crimson. 'Snow Princess' is even hardier than the already hardy other calendulas, so can be sown very early in spring or in the autumn for late spring-flowering.

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    Eschscholzia californica 'Thai Silk Formula Mixture'

    These are THE ruffled silk poppies, a beautiful mix of oranges, pinks, reds and cream above elegant blue-silver, highly cut leaves. They will self-seed at the front of the border and through impoverished gravel where we have them at Perch Hill. A showy, glamorous new introduction.

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    Ipomoea lobata (Spanish Flag)

    A quick-growing annual climber, with cascades of flowers, starting flame-red at the tip and fading to cream. It will look spectacular for three to four months, one of the best climbers you can grow.

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    Ridolfia segetum

    Long flowering and hugely prolific, with acid-green golden plateau flowers – like dill, but even better for flower arranging. A top favourite plant.

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    Scabiosa stellata 'Sternkugel'

    Grow this variety of scabious for its glamorous, papery globe seed heads which are beautiful and delicate fresh, but also dry. You can spray them lightly with hairspray to make them more robust. Self-seed gently at the front of a border from one year to the next.

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.