Sunday Night Picture Show. Autumn Sown Hardy Annuals. Part 2. (Customer’s Photos)

@AngiwWooten
@AngieWooten

 

A rather handsome looking Phacelia…bees go loopy for Phacelia and I find it makes a great cut flower…super easy to grow from seed.

@myrobalanclinic
@myrobalanclinic

There is nothing quite as groovy as a big fat patch of California Poppies strutting their stuff…they look amazing with a few blue cornflowers or spikes of blue Larkspur.

@Julie_digs
@Julie_digs

 

All sorts going on here…some Borage, Corncockle and also some wonderful Candytuft…Candytufy is a very prolific flower and will produce heaps of flowers for you all season long.

@coolestofcats
@coolestofcats

Not hardy annuals but mighty fine Foxgloves…Gawd bless em.

@semarkj
@semarkj

This is a wonderful combo…’Ivory Castle’ California Poppies and ‘Crown’ Godetia….both of these will self sow without any problem. Spring sown Poppies will start flowering and day now…if they haven’t already.

@LindaMWilk
@LindaMWilk

A great example of just how abundant Sweet Williams are…and those flowers keep coming the more you harvest…and the plants will come back for a couple of years if you cut them right back.

@RuthcFortune
@RuthcFortune

The mighty corncockle…these are much bigger plants when Autumn sown…I think in future I may crowd mine in a little more as they can snap at the base in stormy weather.

@PlantPassion
@PlantPassion

Oh look at this arty shot! oh la la! Good old Cornflowers doing their thing…and LOTS of them….well done Claire.

Thank you all for Tweeting your pics. 🙂

Kind regards

Benjamin Higgledy

 

 

 

 

One thought on “Sunday Night Picture Show. Autumn Sown Hardy Annuals. Part 2. (Customer’s Photos)

  1. Hi Ben,

    I’m looking to buy dried Cornflowers (Stems) for a table decoration. Do you know where I can purchase these as all I can fiend is seeds and dried flowers for potpourri?

    Please let me know.

    Kind Regards

    Pamela

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