Remembrance Seeds
Remembrance Seeds
Remembrance Seeds

Remembrance Seeds

£1.50

For those looking for a more personal way to remember Charlie, Remembrance Seeds are the perfect solution, and we have two to choose from:

Forget-me-nots are one of our best loved garden plants. Easy to grow, simple to maintain and once established will freely seed and return each year. Best sown March – May for flowering the following April-June. The dainty blue blossoms are amongst the first flowers to bloom in April and will provide a valuable source of nutrition for our spring bees and butterflies emerging from their hibernation.
Approximately 200 seeds in each pack
 
Sunflowers are one of our tallest and brightest annuals, they’re renowned for being the happiest of flowers. The cheerful yellow blooms will lift the spirits of any garden and attract an array of pollinators throughout the summer months. They provide a valuable source of nutrition for our declining bees and butterflies. And wild birds will love feasting on the seeds in the autumn too. 

We believe that these two flowers best represent Charlie. The seeds will last roughly around 4-5 years before planting, so they will be fine to keep for a while, providing they are kept in a cool, dry, dark place.

Approximately 15 seeds in each pack

Forget-me-not

Forget-me-nots are one of our best loved garden plants. Easy to grow, simple to maintain and once established will freely seed and return each year. Best sown March – May for flowering the following April-June. The dainty blue blossoms are amongst the first flowers to bloom in April and will provide a valuable source of nutrition for our spring bees and butterflies emerging from their hibernation.
Approximately 200 seeds in each pack
 

Sunflower Seeds

Sunflowers are one of our tallest and brightest annuals, they’re renowned for being the happiest of flowers. The cheerful yellow blooms will lift the spirits of any garden and attract an array of pollinators throughout the summer months. They provide a valuable source of nutrition for our declining bees and butterflies. And wild birds will love feasting on the seeds in the autumn too. 

We believe that these two flowers best represent Charlie. The seeds will last roughly around 4-5 years before planting, so they will be fine to keep for a while, providing they are kept in a cool, dry, dark place.

Approximately 15 seeds in each pack