Cut Flowers

Grow your own flowers for cutting using our plug plants. It’s an easy way to get a cutting patch on the go so that you can fill your home with flowers from your garden.

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  • Achillea – Ptarmica Ballerina

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    A good all-round filler for any flower arrangement
    Commonly known as Yarrow, this pearl variety of Achillea produces double heads of white button-like flowers. It is such a useful flower for providing filler in any flower arrangements, whether it’s small posies or larger vases, and the feathery leaves add great texture, too. It will grow to around 40-50cm. Leave 3o-40cm between plants. It should flower from June to September.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants

  • Achillea (Yarrow) – Milefolium Cerise Queen

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Makes a great filler for vases
    Achillea, or Yarrow as it is commonly known, produces flat heads of clustered flowers. This variety bursts into a deep magenta and is absolutely wonderful as a filler flower in vases, especially with its feathery leaves. It will grow to approximately 60cm, so plant it towards the middle/back of flower beds. Leave 30-40cm between plants. Expect flowers from June to August.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants

  • Antirrhinum (Snapdragon) – Lucky Lips

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Award-winning, two-tone snapdragons
    Commonly known as Snapdragon, this two-tone variety of Antirrhinum produces elegant spikes of flowers that look wonderful in vases. It will grow to around 60cm – it’s a good idea to set flower netting about 30cm off the ground for growing snapdragons if they are going to be exposed to the wind, otherwise they tend to fall over on gusty days. Leave 25cm between plants. It should flower from June to September.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants (annual)

  • Bells of Ireland

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Useful for all arrangements
    These fun bell-like flowers add really good texture and filler to a flower arrangement. They are a little like foxglove flowers in shape, and their spike-like growth, but in pure green. They are very easy to grow – just plant them 20cm apart and water regularly.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants

  • Candytuft (Iberis) – Crown Mixed

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    A splash of white and pinks
    These have strong stems which make them last well in vases. The plant will grow to approximately 20-25cm and produces a flurry of pink and white flowers. Best planted 40cm apart. Flowers from May to September, with a mix of pinks, magentas and cream/whites.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants (hardy annual)

  • Cobaea – Scandens Purple

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Climbing vine with bell like flowers
    This climbing plant produces purple, bell-shaped flowers that make excellent additions to flower arrangements – you can use the foliage too. Commonly known as the ‘Cup and Saucer’ Vine, the plant will climb a fence/trellis to a height of 3m or more, and are easily trained by tying in at intervals. Best planted 30cm apart. Flowers from July to October.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants (treat as half hardy annual)

  • Cornflower

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Beautiful blues
    These lovely flowers are a great addition to the cut flower garden – they are easy to grow from plug plants and will do well in pots and beds alike. They love sun so be sure to plant in a sunny spot. The flowers are also edible, just sprinkle a few on top of salads for a pop of blue.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants

  • Cosmos (Mix)

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Whites, Light Pinks & Deep Pinks
    Easy to grow and stunning colours, cosmos is an essential ingredient for the cut flower patch. It flowers for a long time, especially if you are harvesting regularly.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants

  • Dahlia – Figaro Improved

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Compact dahlias in gorgeous colours
    Mixed reds, yellows, pinks and whites, and double and semi-double flowers makes this such a great option if you’re looking to grow dahlias for cutting this summer. At approx 40cm tall, these are nice and compact so you can fit them in easily. Expect blooms from July to September.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants

  • Digitalis Foxgloves – Foxy Mix

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    A dwarf variety of a cottage garden classic
    Dwarf foxgloves are an excellent choice for cut flowers. These will flower in the second year, and are well worth growing for the beautiful spikes in a range of whites and pinks. Best planted 30cm apart. Grows to 75cm. Flowers from June to August (in the second year).

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants (hardy biennial)

  • Gypsophila – Covent Garden

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    A cutting garden essential
    Large, frothy white flower heads with feathery green foliage.  Height 60cm. This graceful bloom is a real favourite among flower arrangers because it is such a useful filler that works with nearly all arrangements, whether you’re going for something sophisticated and formal, or natural and cheerful. Grows to 60cm tall. Best planted 30cm apart. Flowers June to August.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants (hardy annual)

  • Helianthus Sunflower – Cucumerifolius Mixed

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Mixed shades of yellow
    A mix of different creamy yellows and sunny yellows, these sunflower blooms are ideal for cutting and easy to use in arrangements. Plant at the back of a border. Grows to 1.5m tall. Best planted 30cm apart. Flowers July to Spetember.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants (hardy annual)

  • Helianthus Sunflower – Red Sun

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Fiery looking sunflowers
    Deep red sunflowers that are beautiful for cutting. This variety grows tall, so plant it at the back of a border, ideally facing south. Grows to 1.5m tall. Best planted 30cm apart. Flowers July to Spetember.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants (hardy annual)

  • Helianthus Sunflower – Summer Lovin’

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Sunflowers with a twist of peachy colour
    A mix of light creams with maroon rings, these sunflower blooms are a little different from the usual yellow and make for a rather special display when it comes to cutting them. It grows tall and branches out, so plant at the back of a border. Grows to 1.8m tall. Best planted 30cm apart. Flowers July to Spetember.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants (hardy annual)

  • Honeywort (Cerinthe)

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Wistful foliage and flowers for cutting
    These are great for the cut flower patch – they will produce flowers and foliage right through the summer. Great for beds and planters. They self-seed readily, so if you’d rather they don’t spread, cut flowers regularly and then cut them right back when you see the first seeds starting to form.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants

  • Ipomoea Morning Glory – Lazy Luxe

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Not for cutting, but worth growing!
    This climbing Morning Glory mix produces a medley of ten different colours. It will quickly cover a fence, trellis or an obelisk (you can plant in a container) and it blooms all summer long. It’s not ideal for cutting as it doesn’t last long, but we’ve included it in our range as it looks so great growing outside with the rest of your flowers, it would be a shame not to grow it if you can! Best planted 30cm apart. Flowers from June to October.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants (treat as half hardy annual)

  • Larkspur

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Tall spikes with loads of flowers
    Such a gorgeous flower for filling vases, this tall plant is stunning in the garden and in the house. It’ll flower for several weeks over the summer, and is popular with the bees too. Mixed colours.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants

  • Lupin – Gallery Mixed

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    A dwarf variety that is perfect for cutting
    These are a good option if you’re growing cutting flowers in pots and containers, but remember to choose a large pot. They will grow to around 70cm tall, with packed out flower spikes that look great in vases. Mixed colours: pink, cream, yellow, purple. Plant 30cm apart.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants

  • Nigella (Love-in-a-Mist)

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Great for cutting
    Nigella, also known as Love-in-a-Mist is a lovely flower to grow in the kitchen garden. The flowers are edible (in small quantities, and only the flower, not the whole plant!), and they are also perfect for cutting to make posies for the kitchen – pop a few stems in a small vase or jam jar.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants

  • Stock – Vintage Mix

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Compact plants with a delicious scent
    Stock is well known for its fragrance, and it works well as a flower for cutting too, to bring a little of that scent into the home. Grows to 35cm tall.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants

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    Sweet Pea – Giant Spencer

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Beautiful blooms for cutting
    Plant at the base of a wigwam or fence and let them scramble – you’ll get flowers for several weeks, and they are great for cutting to make small posies, and there will be loads for the bees and other pollinators to enjoy too. Mixed colours.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants

  • Wallflowers – Mixed

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    Great for beds and borders
    A cottage garden favourite, wallflowers have a lovely scent and are great for cutting too. Flowers in early summer. Grows to 40cm.

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants

  • Zinnia

    £6.99
    (10 Plug Plants)

    A brilliant pop of pink
    Easy to grow and stunning colour, zinnia is a great addition to the cut flower patch. Pop it in amongst some filler foliage like Hare’s Ear, and your vase will immediately be beautiful and zingy!

    No. of plants: 10 plug plants