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Hardy Annual Cutting Patch Collection

Here are all my favourite hardy annual flowers, supplied with a detailed planting plan, to give you 3-4 vases of flowers a week from June-October.

8 packs of seed, and a planting plan

112 seedlings, and a planting plan (510678)

82 items

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Direct Sow
Flowers/ Harvest


Cutting Garden
Broad Tolerance
June - October
2m (6ft 6in)
Moist but Well-drained
Full Sun
30-45cm (12-18in)
Grow these plants in well-drained soil in sun to partial shade. As well as the cutting garden they also work well in the middle ground amongst a range of plants in a mixed herbaceous border. Support maybe required.


Make this the year you grow your own flowers. Keep picking these annuals and they will produce flowers for you to have in vases all over the house.

This carefully planned selection of cut flower seedlings will produce 3-4 vases of flowers a week, from June until October. This is brilliant value and an easy and hugely rewarding thing to grow.

You will need at least 3.5m x 4m of space in the garden in sun. Full instructions and planting plan included.

Please note: These seedlings can be affected by the spring weather conditions and will be sent out at the optimum time for planting straight out in the garden.

Hardy Annual Cutting Patch – 82 seedlings, or 8 packs of seed (1 packet of each):

  • Calendula officinalis 'Indian Prince' - 10 seedlings
  • Cerinthe major 'Purpurascens' - 10 seedlings
  • Euphorbia oblongata - 10 seedlings (Please note: This is toxic if eaten. It is a skin and eye irritant.)
  • Helianthus annuus 'Claret' F1 - 10 seedlings
  • Malope trifida 'Vulcan' - 10 seedlings
  • Salvia viridis 'Blue Monday' - 10 seedlings
  • Sweet Pea 'Lord Nelson' - 4 seedlings
  • Sweet Pea 'Prince Edward of York' - 4 seedlings
  • Sweet Pea 'Matucana' - 4 seedlings
  • Scabious atropurpurea 'Tall Double Mix' - 10 seedlings

Care Tips

Keep moist until established and apply a liquid feed fortnightly through the summer. Deadhead flowers regularly to encourage repeat flowering all summer long.