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Transform Your Garden with These Free Flower Seeds

Flowers grow and turn to seed every year for free as part of nature, and yet it can cost a lot to buy plants and flowers ourselves. Flowers and gardens can bring so much simple joy into our lives and to share this with others is part of the fun.

Because I know that like me my customers love flowers and gardens, I would like to share some of my garden with you.

Gardening can be an expensive business so it's always a joyful thing to find plants for free. Free flower seeds allow you to fill your garden with flowers for the least money. Propagate your own flowers from free garden seeds, and then once yours are blooming, keep the seeds each year and grow some more.

The flowers for free I currently have available are:

Campanula persicifolia flowers in purple and white growing in a sunny garden border
Campanula persicifolia flowers

Campanula persicifolia

Common names - Peach leaved bellflower, Bellflower, Canterbury bells

Description: Pretty stems of purple or white flowers in summer.

A tall stem of foxglove dark pink flowers
Digitalis purpurea flower

Digitalis purpurea

Common names - foxglove

Description: Tall spires of tubular flowers in later spring.

White and lilac coloured flowers of Hesperis matronlis (sweet rocket) growing in a garden border
Hesperis matronalis

Hesperis matronalis

Common names - sweet rocket, dame's rocket, damask-violet, dame's-violet, dames-wort, dame's gilliflower, night-scented gilliflower, queen's gilliflower, rogue's gilliflower, summer lilac, sweet rocket, mother-of-the-evening, and winter gilliflower


Purple verbena bonariensis flowers on top of tall thin stems in a garden
Verbena bonariensis

Verbena bonariensis

Common names - purpletop vervain, clustertop vervain, Argentinian vervain, tall verbena or pretty verbena


When you order you will get a small brown envelope with some seeds inside, and there is a wealth of information online about how to propagate each of these if you need some further information.

January is the perfect time to start planning your garden for the year.

“Anyone who thinks that gardening begins in the spring and ends in the fall is missing the best part of the whole year; for gardening begins in January with the dream” - Josephine Neuse

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