Posted: 04/10/2014 at 00:25
I would like the sweet peas if you have any left, they are mums favourites, I grow a row just for cutting. Also the draco wotsits, just googled and they look nice, I am going to get as many perennials in as I can for lower mantainance! (Just in case)
I can recommend those Rudbeckia, easy to grow and fantastic flowers, mine from this year are still going strong. As have Bekkies salvias, I am pleased about that because I have a tall blue one and have never got the seeds to grow!
I still have loads of seeds that I listed before, the foxgloves and delphs have germinate so have proved themselves.
I picked some white cornflowers and mixed tagettes today.