Scabiosa Atropurpurea ‘Fata Morgana’ Seeds. Scabious are the perfect cut flower, these ones are delicate, button-like flowers in the perfect muted shade of the palest apricot. Cut for displays and deadheaded for blooms all summer and autumn.
- Creamy apricot blooms
- Hardy annual
- Sow: March-May or late August-September
- Cut: June - August
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Creamy apricot pincushion blooms on tall, slender stems, all packaged in a beautiful handmade cotton rag paper envelope.
The secret to great flower arrangements is variety. You need some round flowers, some spiky flowers, some foliage and some contrasting texture and tone. Try foliage, one focal flower, a filler and a something to bring it all together.
Grace Alexander Flowers is a third of an acre field in a village in Somerset. Where flowers are grown with love. There are flowers for every part of our lives. Births, weddings, joys, sorrows. And the only thing better than flowers are flower seeds.
Seeds are the perfect gift for pretty much everyone. Tiny fragments of hope and potential and happiness waiting to happen. And now, finally, these perfect little things are enclosed in packages that do justice to the beauty of their contents. For the gardener in your life, for the person who deserves a treat and to feel loved, for that slightly tricky in-law that you really really want to impress.
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