- Early grassland treasure.
- Commonly called Paigles, these sweetly scented, golden yellow flowers have a contrasting orange eye and are held on long stems above a rosette of pale green crinkly leaves.
Sow thinly, outdoors, February-April or September-November, on the surface of a small tray of pre-watered compost. Place in a cold frame or outside, but protect trays from birds and mice with polythene or glass. Do not let the surface of the compost dry out. Germination may be erratic and may not occur until seeds have been subjected to a period of cold temperatures. Transplant individually, when large enough to handle, to 7.5cm (3") pots. Always hold by a leaf, never by the stem. Grow on to allow plants to develop, before planting out, March-May or September-October, into well-drained soil, spacing 15cm (6") apart. Flowers: March to May.
Click & Collect
Please bring your order confirmation to the shop.
Monday to Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Sunday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Local Delivery (1-2 working days)
Postcodes L20, L21, L22, L23
£3.00. Free delivery on orders over £50
Standard Delivery (1-2 working days)
We use a Next Day Tracked service but please allow up to 2 working days.
£6.50. Free delivery on orders over £100 'Excluding Paint'
£7.50. Scottish Lowlands (Postcodes DG, E, EH, FK, G, KA1-26, KA29-30, ML, PA1-19, TD)
For Paint orders, the minimum delivery charge will be £7.95, or £8.95 for the Scottish Lowlands. For quantities over 2, £3 will be added per paint item.
Some heavy, large and/or fragile items are available for Local Delivery or Click & Collect only.
UK Highlands, Islands & Remote Areas - Please email for a quote. (See delivery page for full list of postcodes).
Unfortunately we are unable to deliver to BF (British Forces) Postcodes and BT, JE & GY Postcodes
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