Jewel Cut Flower Mix

Compact growers so perfect even in an exposed site and very quick to flower. The perfect mix for almost instantly filling a dull patch with colour. More
6g seed, plus buckwheat husks (to cover 2.5m x 1m or equivalent area) 120166-6G £3.95 In stock
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Intense, bright, saturated colours – pinks, oranges, yellows and purples, set against a rich background of ruby, crimson and purple – which reminds me of a stained glass window as it grows.

Contains compact and delicate plants such as linums, silenes and Californian poppies with pillows of atriplex for height.

This collection contains:

  • Atriplex hortensis 'Rubra'
  • Linaria maroccana 'Sweeties'
  • Eschscholzia californica 'Orange King'
  • Bupleurum rotundifolium 'Griffithii'
  • Cerinthe major purpurascens
  • Linum grandiflorum 'Rubrum'

  • 6g of seed to cover 2m x 1m or equivalent area
  • All our mixes come with detailed sowing and growing instructions.

Type Half-Hardy Annual, Hardy Annual
Border Position Middle
Soil Type Neutral
Site Full Sun
Moisture Well-drained
Height 40-50cm (16-20in)
Spacing No thinning necessary.
Sowing, Seeds, Planting Sow direct early April-June onto fine, raked soil into rows 30cm apart to help distinguish the weeds from the seedlings. Cover with coarse sand.
Care Tips This mix is great for growing in container pots.
Flowering July - October, 12-14 weeks after sowing
Vase Life 5-10 days
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
  • Sow Under Cover/Plant Indoors
  • Direct Sow/Plant Outdoors
  • Flowers/Harvest
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Jewel Cut Flower Mix reviews

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amazing colours - just fantastic

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Reviewed 20th August 2017 by Claire Wright

I don't know which was gave me more pleasure - the summer 'holiday' in Sussex, or coming back to these flowers in full bloom! This is the first time I've succeeded at 'wild' flower meadow planting. Bought rather a lot of proper, non-saline gardeners sand to plant them in, which was the trick here I think. They are at their best just now (20th August), and there seems to be more colours and loveliness than in the picture here! I'll be doing the same x4 next year! I would have liked there to be a few more toadflax, but maybe mine just didn't come through so much as all the other flowers. (I did actually buy some toadflax seeds from here separately, but managed to mislay them! grr)