Wild Flower Seeds


Dreaming of an English countryside garden but can’t leave your day job? Grow your own cottage flowers and splurge your hard earned cash on instead of the flights. Less mowing, more butterflies and definitely no jet lag. The blooms will attract butterflies, bees and Colin Firth*

*Colin not guaranteed in every garden

COSMOS (bipinnatus 'Sensation radiance’): These cosmos flowers are vibrant pink and float above lace like green foliage, getting close to (if not more than) 100cm tall. You are likely to enjoy them again the following year, just because they like to self seed naturally!

FOXGLOVE (gloxiniaeflora ‘Mix’): This pastel mix of pinks, whites and purples tower an impressive 150cm tall with dainty bell-like flowers. If you are going to grow one awe-inspiring flower, make it this!

Roger & Hayley Mason started with two beehives in their backyard - now they don't just keep bees, they feed them! Settler Hives create feel good products that benefit our surroundings and help shape a positive culture of getting outside, with flowers, herbs and garden greens sourced from the best seed houses in the world. Ultimately by feeding the bees, they know we are feeding ourselves!