Annual plants and flowers complete their lifecycle, from germination to seed production, in one year. They will die off at the end of the year and the seeds can be collected and propagated to produce more for the following years. Annual plants are great for first time or avid gardeners, as they are easy to grow and bring quick colour for that year.
Biennial plants and flowers complete their biological lifecycle, from germination to seed production, in two years; the majority will flower in the first and second year, but the showiest bloom in the second year, and then die. The seeds can be collected and propagated to produce more for the following years. Biennials are great for first time or avid gardeners, as they are easy to grow and bring quick colour for those years.
Perennials (or herbaceous) plants and flowers live for two or more years, usually small, flowering plants that grow and bloom over the spring and summer, die back every autumn and winter, then return in the spring from their rootstock.
All Prices are each unless otherwise stated
|Product picture||Product Name||Product Price|
|Cineraria Silver Dust||£3.00 or 2 for £5.00|
|Scabiosa Plumb Pudding||£3.00 or 2 for £5.00|
|Anacylus Spring Carpet||£1.00|
|Early Sunrise||£3.00 or 2 for £5.00|
|Fruit Punch||£3.00 or 2 for £5.00|
|Limerock Ruby||£3.00 or 2 for £5.00|
|Solena Compact||£3.00 or 2 for £5.00|
|Delphinium Jupiter Blue||£3.00 2 for £5.00|
|Houttuyia Cirdata Flame||£3.00 or 2 for £5.00|
|Larkspur Mix||£3.00 or 2 for £5.00|
|Liatris Floristan Violet||£3.00 or 2 for £5.00|
|Lupin Gallery Mixed||£3.00 or 2 for £5.00|
|Potentilla Mrs Wilmott||£1.00|
|Salvia Dayglow||£3.00 or 2 for £5.00|