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The Flower Club
The Flower Club
The Flower Club
The Flower Club
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The Flower Club

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Want to grow your own cut flowers to fill your own house and give to others but want it to be as simple as possible?

The Floral Project Flower Club has been created to provide you with high quality seeds every month, which means we can grow our flowers for the vase together - without you having to think about what to do next :)

Each month, you'll receive a new Flower Kit containing 5 different seed packets, the very same seeds I'm growing in my own garden, carefully selected so that you can sow them that month, along with everyone else in The Flower Club.

This month, I've kept it simple by selecting seeds for five of the easiest-to-grow, perfect cut flowers for the vase and posies to give away - all hand-picked for sowing in February.

Canterbury Bells (Single Rose): Also known as bellflower these flowers create heads full of pink bells loved by flower-growers and insects alike. 550 seeds (approx)

Malope (Grandiflora mixed): Malope Rose, crimson and white trumpets of flowers on long stems. A staple of the cut flower garden. The white variety are the ones shown in my armfuls of flowers! 170 seeds (approx).

Lemon Mint: Also known as bee balm, this simple-to-grow plant has lemon-scented leaves that can be used for tea and beautiful purple flowers loved by bees. 50 seeds (approx)

Phacelia: With blue bell-like flowers and hairy stems, this flower is simple and quick to grow. Can also be used as green manure. 250 seeds (approx)

Rudbeckia (Herbstwald): These flowers look like mini-sunflowers and bring a splash of yellow petals with dark centres to brighten up all your posies and jam jar arrangements. 360 seeds (approx)

These are all hardy annual and perennial seeds that we'll sow either under cover or directly into the garden in February, then plant out into the garden at the end of March or after the last frosts.

I'll provide instructions so you know exactly what to do with them and then as each seed becomes a seedling, and a flower ready to cut and putting them into jam jar posies and bouquets to fill our houses and give away, we'll all be doing it together.

February's Flower Kit will be sent out in the first week of February so we can all grow together and then a new Kit will be sent to you in the first week of every month in our beautiful packaging, which makes it perfect for a gift too.

Postage and packing are all included.

You'll also have access to our Floral Project Facebook Community so you can share your pictures and be inspired by others who are all growing to give.

Feeling all warm and fluffy already:)

How does it work?

You'll make your first payment of £12.95 today and February's seeds will be sent to you in the first week of February, ready for sowing at any point from then until March - so we can all grow together at the same time.

While you wait for them to arrive, I'll let you know some simple actions you can take so that you're ready to go as soon as they arrive - and to help you get clear on who you might be growing them for!

After you receive your first set of seeds, you'll be billed £12.95 again on the 1st of March and then on the 1st of every month - and receive a new Flower Kit containing a different set of 5 seeds through your letterbox at the start of each month.

You can cancel or skip any month before the 23rd of the month before from inside our portal - I'll let you know what's coming up.

For example, in March we have Borage, Icelandic Poppies, Statice, Helianthus and Stocks and in April we are going all-out Cosmos crazy with five different varieties (Although, please note, these may change if any are unavailable).

I do hope you decide to join us as we all grow together.

PS - We can only ship our Flower Kits to those in the UK.

"I received my Flower Kit yesterday and it was the most beautiful thing I ever received - thank you Nic. I live in Cornwall and I have a smallish garden but I am on a waiting list for an allotment so my fingers are crossed that when the time is right, I will be able to have more space to grow flowers. I do not consider myself a gardener- I have always bought plants rather than grown from seed but since lockdown we have started a small vegetable patch and I'm keen to extend this for flowers. I may have to get a bit more creative for space but oh well! The idea of giving flowers makes me so happy. Thank you Nicola for this beautiful opportunity and I love and appreciate seeing all of your photos everyone. The flowers are looking stunning." - Kate

 

Growing Guide


A link to a grow-together video and our Floral Project Community will be sent with each Flower Kit.

Canterbury Bells

Start under cover any time between January and March by sowing onto the surface of moist compost. Light is needed for germination so do not cover. Prick out when the first two true leaves appear and move into 9cm pots. Plant seedlings into garden in late March when ground has warmed.

Final Spacing: 22cm

Pinch: No

Position: Full sun

Height: 65cm

Harvest: Flowers May - August

Malope

Start under cover any time between January and March by sowing onto the surface of moist compost and covering lightly. Prick out when the first two true leaves appear and move into 9cm pots. Plant seedlings into garden in late May or after last frost.

Final Spacing: 45cm

Pinch: No

Position: Full sun

Height: 90cm

Harvest: Flowers June - September

Lemon Mint:

Start under cover any time between January and March by sowing onto the surface of moist compost and covering lightly. Prick out when the first two true leaves appear and move into 9cm pots. Plant seedlings into garden in late March when ground has warmed.

Final Spacing: 30cm

Pinch: No

Position: Full sun

Height: 70cm

Harvest: Flowers May-August

Phacelia

Direct sow into the ground any time from the end of February through to September. Scatter seeds and cover to 1cm deep. Germinates quickly – thin to final spacing when seedlings established.

Final Spacing: 30cm

Pinch: No

Position: Full sun

Height: 70cm

Harvest: Flowers June - September

Rudbeckia

Start under cover any time between February and October by sowing onto the surface of moist compost. Light is needed for germination so do not cover. Prick out when the first two true leaves appear and move into 9cm pots. Plant seedlings into garden after last frost, around the end of May.

Final Spacing: 45cm

Pinch: No

Position: Full sun

Height: 70cm

Harvest: Flowers August - October

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