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Ageratum

$3.50

The cheerful fuzzy blue blossoms of this Ageratum are found on quite long stems. It makes them ideal for bouquets where their cheerful blue give a great “pop” of colour contrast.

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Angelica

$3.50

A robust tall and noble plant that sets an abundance of gorgeous chartreuse blossoms. They are well loved by pollinators… an old time medicinal.

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Anise Hyssop

$3.50

Purple spiked flowers attract loads of pollinators. Their sweet smelling leaves are delicious dried or fresh in a soothing tea.

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These edible, purple, blue and white blossoms held on long delicate stems. They add a delightful carefree look to any garden or bouquet.

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Blupleurum

$3.50

This plant is commonly known for its gorgeous chartreuse blossoms and leaf bracts which make it an ideal filler in bouquets and a lovely backdrop to more colourful blossoms.

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Broom corn

$3.50

This ornamental member of the Sorghum family will grow well over your head. It will send forth beautiful plumes of colourful and elegant fronds tipped with the shiny seedheads that birds love to eat.

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Calendula

$3.50

This blend of orange, yellow and cream blossoms are delightful in a bouquet and add sparkle as an edible to salads.

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Much like it’s relation, the Chinese Forget-Me-Not sports that delightful dainty blue flower but this one is held on lovely tall stalks making it ideal for adding contrast to bouquets. 

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Larkspur

$3.50

Florists love this plant for obvious reasons, the pastel mix with lots of purple blossoms adorn these tall graceful stalks and seem to keep blooming for months.

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Lavatera

$3.50

This easy to grow relative of hibiscus sends out an abundance of tropical hot pink flowers well loved by bees. 

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Nigella

$3.50

The beautiful and delicate blue and purple flowers. Their ferny wispy foliage are followed by gorgeous seed pods that dry well and add an exotic flair to any bouquet. 

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Pink Milkweed

$3.50

This robust plant has loads of beautiful dusky pink flowers to enjoy. And mysteriously, it is the sole food of the beautiful Monarch butterfly.