New Flower Seeds

New Flower Seed for 2021

As part of our customer service we are always looking for exciting or unusual new seeds on a regular basis, all of these  are consolidated into our website as they become available but we like to highlight them in this section. Although these new seeds appear within each category, the following is a growing and working list of all new items for the coming season.


This section will be regularly updated as new seeds come in.

Annona muricata


New for 2021!

Soursop 10 seeds

Annona muricata is another species of the genus Annona or custard apple family which have edible fruit. This fruit is usually called Soursop due to its slightly acidic but sweet taste when ripe. Extracts from the leaves have been used for the treatment of Cancer

Ardisia macrocarpa


New for 2021!

Himalayan Coralberry 10 seeds

A lovely ornamental shrub for cool frost free conditions to about 1m tall. It produces dark green leaves with undulate margins and masses of waxy, whitish to pink, star-shaped flowers in the spring. These are followed by small, bright red edible fruits that stay on the plant for a long time producing a very decorative display for cold greenhouse or Conservatory use.

Bacopa cordata Pinktopia Pink


New for 2021!

Hanging Basket "Pink Showers" 10 pelleted seeds

Bacopa cordata makes an ideal container plants growing to only 5-15cm tall but trails up to half a metre, Bacopa cordata Pinktopia  is a truly delightful plant in bright pink which is spectacular when planted on its own or with other plants in hanging baskets or containers. Sold as a multi-seeded pellet for easy sowing into modules to aid easy planting.

Begonia F1 Illumination Mixed


New for 2021!

Basket Begonia Aprx 30 seeds

Probably the best trailing Begonia. True cascading habit with an abundance of 5cm double and semi double flowers that spill over in a spectacular display of colour. The pelleted seed is easy to sow with suggested two seeds per sowing cell.

Celosia cristata King Coral


New for 2021!

Coral Cockscombe Aprx 50 seeds 

‘King Coral’ reigns supreme in the garden with a sea of wondrous texture in a spectacular display of unusually gigantic flowers! Each small 1ft plant produces one king-sized coral-pink velvety head, up to a foot in diameter, that glows all season long. Fantastic in a border or in small beds as accent plants. Or grow a few tubs on the patio for a show-stopping conversation piece.

Eucalyptus deglupta


New for 2021!

Rainbow Gum pkt seeds 

Eucalyptus deglupta or rainbow eucalyptus is a tall tree that is unique among Eucalyptus in that it's the only one to live in the rainforest and only one of four species found outside of Australia. It can be found in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea, where it can soar up to 250 feet. While its height is impressive, it's really the tree's multi colour bark that makes it stand out. As the rainbow eucalyptus bark sheds at different times , it first reveals a bright green inner bark but over time, this ages into different colours, blue, purple, orange, and maroon.

For the UK really only grown as a novelty as it needs tropical temperatures and I don't believe large enough trees under cover would show off their bark display.

Ipomoea x imperialis Sunrise Serenade


New for 2021!

A flore pleno version of Ipomoea purpurea  20 seeds  җ

Ipomoea x imperialis Sunrise Serenade is an unusual old morning glory variety from Victorian days that has come back in fashion. Lovely deep pink and white, semi double flowers that make it quite unique. This proved to be a rampant and strong plant in our own seed trials.

Melastoma malabathricum


New for 2021!

Blue Tongue Aprx 20 tiny seeds

Melastoma malabathricum  is a small shrub from South East Asia and Australasia with hairy leaves and 2" to 3" purple/pink flowers reminiscent of Tibouchina. Quite a tough plant once raised to a sensible size from the tiny seed as long as the temperature does not fall below 10C. A good warm conservatory plant.

The seeds are tasteless and can be eaten, but stains the tongue black, hence the name melastoma which in Greek means "black mouth". The young leaves are eaten raw or cooked and taste sour for traditional medicinal uses including treatment for diarrhoea, dysentery, ulcers and to treat piles. (Please do not try eating any part of this plant)



Symbol Codes

Germination -- Easy Moderate and Challenging

Backlog for Fresh Seed Flavour

Hardiness - To -5°C җ To -10°C җҗ Fully Hardy җҗҗ

Needs Shady Position Sunny Position Water Loving