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Agrostis nebulosa 30cm
Ornamental Cloud
Annual grass with light delicate heads used in dried flower arrangements.

pkt approx 600 seeds



 

Ornamental Agrostis nebulosa

 

 


Annual Varieties Mixed
The mixture contains a blend of a wide range of annual species, ideal for borders, fresh and dried floral arrangements.

1.90 pkt 1g  approx 700 seeds



 

Ornamental Annual Varieties Mixed


Anemanthele seeds

Type
Sowing Temp
Cover Seed
Advice

18-24C
Sow pelleted seed on compost surface
Keep compost moist

 

Anemanthele Sirocco     30-35cm  
stipa arundinacea
Ornamental
Sirocco turns to shades of copper and pink under cool conditions, the only pink grasses from seed. Adds movement and texture in flower borders, containers and landscaping. Grow in sun, space plants 25-30cm apart. Multi pelleted seed.
Sow at 18-24C do not cover Pelleted seeds, keep compost moist.

 2.25 pkt approx 10 Pelleted seeds

 


Stipa Sirocco  seed

 

 


Briza seed

Sowing Temp
Advice

Direct sow
Open ground March to May
Ideal as an annual or dried flower, popular for floral arrangements.
Briza Maxima 40cm
Annual Greater Quaking grasses. Narrow pointed leaves, producing ovate spikelets of pale green. Sow Spring and Autumn in situ.

pkt approx 450 seeds

 

Ornmamental grass Briza Maxima ornamental grass briza

 

Cortaderia Selloana Pampas Grass seeds
(Pampas)
(c.selloana)

Type
Sowing Temp
Cover Seed
Advice
Perennial
20C
Thin layer vermiculite
Sow spring and summer

 

Cortaderia Pink feather 2m
A striking strain with plumes of shaded pink, valuable herbaceous plant, pampas grass stems are suitable for drying, perennial grass.

pkt approx 60 seeds

 


Cortaderia Pink feather

Cortaderia White feather 1.8 - 2m
White plumed flower stems, pampas grass suitable for drying, perennial grass.

pkt approx 100 seeds

 


Cortaderia White feather

 

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The cultural information should be used as a guide only, I have found a number of different sowing techniques for the same seed from different sources there does not seem to be a standard. With this in mind you should use this website as a guide only, you probably already have a tried and tested way of sowing different seeds. As a rule of thumb the larger the seed size the more cover it requires, and fine seed like Lobelia Begonia etc requires no cover.
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