Cornflower Seeds

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Cornflowers are hardy annuals, which means they can be sown directly into the soil in the spring. Excellent for our bees & butterflies, it’s a great idea to sow them alongside your veg on the allotment, or even in a pot on your balcony or terrace. Another idea is to sow and create a pollinator corridor. Plant your cornflower seeds alongside other hardy annuals & sow them along the length of your allotment or raised beds, which will attract pollinators to your whole patch and create a stunning natural display. Whilst typically electric blue in colour, there are now a wonderful array of pastel and pink shades for you to grow eye-catching contrast in your outside space.

Cornflowers are hardy annuals, which means they can be sown directly into the soil in the spring. Excellent for our bees & butterflies, it’s a great idea to sow them alongside your veg on the allotment, or even in a pot on your balcony or terrace. Another idea is to sow and create a pollinator corridor. Plant your cornflower seed. . . Show More >

Cornflowers are hardy annuals, which means they can be sown directly into the soil in the spring. Excellent for our bees & butterflies, it’s a great idea to sow them alongside your veg on the allotment, or even in a pot on your balcony or terrace. Another idea is to sow and create a pollinator corridor. Plant your cornflower seeds alongside other hardy annuals & sow them along the length of your allotment or raised beds, which will attract pollinators to your whole patch and create a stunning natural display. Whilst typically electric blue in colour, there are now a wonderful array of pastel and pink shades for you to grow eye-catching contrast in your outside space.


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Cornflower Black Ball Cornflower Seeds - Black Ball

Average Seeds 100

£2.50
Cornflower Double Blue Cornflower (Organic) Seeds - Double Blue

Average Packet Content 165 seeds

£2.49
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Cornflowers are hardy annuals, which means they can be sown directly into the soil in the spring. Excellent for our bees & butterflies, it’s a great idea to sow them alongside your veg on the allotment, or even in a pot on your balcony or terrace. Another idea is to sow and create a pollinator corridor. Plant your cornflower seeds alongside other hardy annuals & sow them along the length of your allotment or raised beds, which will attract pollinators to your whole patch and create a stunning natural display. Whilst typically electric blue in colour, there are now a wonderful array of pastel and pink shades for you to grow eye-catching contrast in your outside space.

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