Taking them back to their Yorkshire roots, Mark and Keith have compiled this collection of seeds featuring their classic Moordale design. The selection of 10 varieties includes some of their favourite wild flowers, that can be found on the moors and dales.
BLUEBELL (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) “It hath long narrow leaves leaning towards the ground, among which spring up naked or bare stalks laden with many hollow blue flowers of a strong sweet smell. It is said that the roots, being beaten and applied with white wine, hinder or keep back the growth of hairs!”
CULTIVATION: Seed is best started into growth under glass, and in June. Seedlings should be grown on, protected from extremes of weather for some 15 months, before setting them out.
Available from early December (UK only).