Cottage Garden A4 Botanical Print
A4 print of English cottage garden flowers Perfect for flower and garden lovers - A4 size 210 mm x 297 mm (portrait) - Printed onto 250 gsm professional archival paper using archival ink - Unframed and unmounted This is an open edition print featuring my own ink and watercolour illustrations of a selection of traditional English cottage garden flowers including: foxglove, hollyhock, lupin, peony, sweet pea, rose, aquilegia, geranium, lavender and honeysuckle. The print will be signed in…
Lauren's Grape Poppy Seeds
There is a local legend that renowned Colorado garden writer Lauren Springer sowed some poppy seeds from a bagel and discovered this unique variety. In reality, this experienced horticulturist spent years culling the seeds from the rich purple poppies growing in her garden, knowing gardeners would appreciate the superb beauty of this stunning variety.
Butterfly Garden Botanical Print
A4 print of butterfly friendly flowers and plants Perfect for butterfly, wildlife and garden enthusiasts alike - A4 size 210 mm x 297 mm (portrait) - Printed onto 250 gsm professional archival paper using archival ink - Unframed and unmounted This is an open edition print featuring my own ink and
Sage Herb Seeds (Salvia officinalis)
Single Packet of 100 Seeds Grow gorgeous Sage plants from freshly harvested Salvia officinalis herb seeds. Sage produces large, tender, green leaves under mauve colored flowers. Popularly used as a medicinal herb and a culinary herb, Sage is a staple in creating that famous Thanksgiving dressing. Not only is it tasty, but it is easy on the eyes as well. These herb plants make an attractive flower that can be used in all sorts of areas in the yard. Grow Sage in pots & containers, use it as a…
Vegetable Garden Art Print
Wall art print of vegetables Perfect for gardeners and veg growers Ideal for kitchen walls - A4 210 mm x 297 mm (portrait) - Printed onto 250 gsm professional archival paper using archival ink - Unframed and unmounted This is an open edition print featuring my own ink and watercolour illustrations
Armenian Cucumber Seeds
Want to try something new in your garden? This is it! Armenian cucumber with handsome, light green, thin skin is burpless, nearly seedless, and more tolerant of heat than most cucumbers. Sometimes called serpent cucumber or yard long, it is technically a variety of melon! A long production period means harvesting right into fall.
Lambada Bee Balm Seeds
Bee balm, also known as monarda, is covered with unique, lavender-pink flower clusters that attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees to the garden. Use the edible petals to replace oregano in savory dishes, steep into tea, bake into breads, add to a fruit salad, or float in punch. We chose this variety because it is more tolerant to dry soil conditions than other varieties of bee balm. Plants bloom quickly for a splash of summer and fall color. The lovely petals are edible with a…
Double Blend Sweet William Seeds
Charming large clusters of edible, double flowers in a myriad of colors, and one of the longest lasting cut flowers available! In the garden, butterflies and bees love the sweet and spicy scented flowers. In the kitchen, the mild-clove-flavored petals make a colorful garnish to salads, desserts, and cold drinks. (The flower's central disk, while edible, can be bitter.) As a biennial, Sweet William forms a lovely plant the first year, then flowers the second. In mild climates, plants may…
Alaska Variegated Nasturtium Seeds
Nasturtium's large, pebble-like seeds are easy to plant, and it's amazing to watch the plants quickly grow. It's also fun to watch your guests' surprise as they ponder whether or not to eat the edible, peppery flavored flowers atop their salads, or garnishing their dinner plates.