Our super groovy cornflowers are just coming into flower and will be available in the shop in ten days or so to be sent anywhere in the Uk for a next day delivery.
This small bunch of a dozen is the first harvest…I have thrown them in a jar with some Cow Parsley. Simple…gorgeous…and they make us very happy and proud of our labours.
Sown on the 23rd of August last year….seems years ago.
The bunches we will sell will probably be much larger in stem number…more like forty I think…can’t have you lot thinking we’re skimping. ;)
Let me know if you wish to pre order some and I’ll reserve some for you.
email me at email@example.com or you will be able to buy at the click of a mouse in less than a fortnight.
Benjamin & Karen
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May 12, 2014 @ 8:20 am
Did you sow all of your hardy annuals on the 23 august!! I am planning to be organised this year with both my biennial and hardy annual sowings. Did you over winter your cornflowers outside or were/are they being grown in a poly tunnel. i scattered some of your Ammi last october outside and how have 6′ plants that are just about to flower. they look unrecognisable compared seed sown in spring….
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May 18, 2012 @ 7:29 pm
Hi Ben – I am loving your website and your enthusiasm and your general sense of humour!! Hope you don’t mind a quick question: Should I be pinching out the growing tips of my Cornflowers (spring sown – seeds from you!) and also my Cosmos – bought as plugs – which are forming flower buds at 4ins high!.
May 19, 2012 @ 9:26 am
Hi Annie, I never pinch cornflowers or Cosmos…they shouldn’t be budding so short though…what variety of Cosmos are they? Both are cut and come again…cut cornflowers above a leaf node and it will produce two more flowers…albeit on shorter stems.
Cosmos are REALLY easy to grow from seed…you can sow them now…outside…now the frosts are over…and yes…I sell them!! ;)
Glad you like the site.
May 15, 2012 @ 8:01 am
They are beautiful shots of the Cornflowers – they made me long for summer which seems a long way off at the moment.
May 15, 2012 @ 10:19 am
Thanks Elaine…I love photographing the flowers when they arrive…it’s half the fun of the fair. Summer maybe closer than you think! :)