Gift of seeds
Share the sights and smells of Australia with family and friends living locally and overseas with a gift of native seeds.
A gift and a card in one, this Gift of Seeds is embellished with stunning illustrations created by Daniella Germain.
-Made in Australia
-100% recycled paper
-Includes an illustrative, non toxic plastic plant label to mark where your seeds are planted
-Comes with a recycled kraft envelope for mailing.
Choose from these 17 varieties-
Everlasting Daisy or ‘paper daisies’ are pretty pink and white flowers with papery petals that grow naturally in Western and South Australia. Easy to grow, the seeds can be sown directly into garden beds to produce a meadow of blooms during warm, sunny conditions.
Forget-me-not’s are sweet, tiny blue cottage garden flowers which hold sentimental feelings for many. Easy to grow, these seeds can be sown in part shade and are equally as happy in pots or in the garden. Sow in summer and autumn at a depth of 3mm. Flowers will bloom in late winter and early spring.
Trio of Herbs Gift of Seeds, now a part of the ‘Edibles’ Gift of Seeds range. This pack includes a mix of parsley, coriander and basil, a perfect mix for the kitchen gardener.
Culinary Flowers Gift of Seeds include in the ‘Edibles’ Gift of Seeds range, this will make the perfect gift that is both stunning and useful. This pack contains a mix of Nasturtium, Viola, and Cornflower seeds. After watching your flowers bloom, tuck in and enjoy.
Sweet Peas are a climbing vine which require a trellis to attach to. They can also be grown in a hanging basket with the trailing vines cascading down.Sow at a depth of 20mm in summer and autumn in a bright sunny position.
Poppy seeds are best sown in autumn and winter, scatter seeds in full sun and cover with only a very thin layer of soil.
Chamomile produces a pleasant apple scent with its abundance of flowers. To make a tea, simply gather the flowers and infuse them in hot water. Many people enjoy chamomile tea as a caffeine free alternative to black or green tea.
Sunflowers are well known, cheerful and they are very quick and easy to grow. Sow in spring and summer in full sun at a depth of 10mm. Watch your sunflowers bloom and provide a pop of colour for your garden. Sunflowers are also perfect for companion planting in your vegetable gardens. Bug Wonderland Discover the wonder of nature and create a colourful garden kingdom that bugs will love.This gift of seeds will enchant nature lovers and budding green thumbs young and old. Containing easy to grow old favourites dianthus, cosmos, cornflower and alyssum which will attract bees, butterflies and beneficial bugs as well as produce a delightful display of colour.Simply scatter seeds in the garden or into a pot with potting mix, lightly cover with soil, keep moist and wait for these quick growing seeds to pop up in a few days.
Kangaroo Paw Grow your own little piece of Australia with the native Kangaroo Paw Gift of Seeds.
The furry, claw-like bright red flowers on long stems are absolutely stunning and are widely used as cut flowers. Kangaroo Paw is the state emblem of Western Australia and grows naturally in the South West of WA.
Wild Flowers Create memories and instill a joy of gardening with our vintage inspired ‘Wildflowers’ Gift of Seeds. Wildflowers is a greeting card containing a mix of three easy to grow seeds with Californian Poppy, Cosmos & Alyssum.
Happy Birthday Zinnia Zinnia’s flower within a few weeks and provide a stunning pop of colour in a garden or pot.
Secret Garden Contains a mix of three, easy to grow seeds with Marigold, Sunflower & Zinnia.
Leafy greens This pack includes a mix of lettuce, spinach and rocket seeds to make the handiest, easiest greenery for every meal. Best sown from spring to autumn, simply scatter seeds in a sunny position and cover with a thin layer of soil.
Marigold Sow in spring and summer in a sunny position, approximately 6mm deep. These flowers self seed beautifully without becoming weedy. They are perfect for companion planting, so add these to your vegetable garden for a pop of colour and to encourage bees to visit and pollinate your vegetables.
Billy Buttons an easily grown Australian native flower ball that looks great in the garden and will continue to please as a dried flower. Also featured in our Christmas series, but too beautiful not to enjoy all year round. To sow, scatter seeds in a sunny position and cover with a thin layer of soil. Ensure that the soil stays moist.
Simply scatter seeds, cover with a thin layer of soil and keep moist. These quick growing seeds will pop up in a few days and delight any nature lover