Spring excitement is in the air.
Now is the time to start thinking about what to grow this season, and gosh there is a lot you can.
Whether it be a cut flower garden, perennial flowers that will come back year after year or some blooms to grow in containers on your sunny balcony, this Spring season flower varieties will bring colour and life back into your garden area.
Spring seeds can be started off in a greenhouse 4 weeks before the last frost.
Once the seedlings are at about 6 weeks of growth and all frosts have cleared, they can then be transferred out into the garden.
We recommend hardening off your seedlings for a week, leaving them outside for an hour a day and building up to 5 hours. This will prevent any transplant shock.
Here is list of some beautiful flowers that can be sown in Spring:
- Baby’s Breath Gypsophila
- Bell of Ireland
- Bunny Tail Grass
- Euphorbia, Snow on the Mountain
- Flowering Cabbage
- Green Mist Ammi
- Larkspur in cooler climates
- Linaria, in cooler climates
- Livingston Daisy, in cooler climates
- Lunaria annua ‘Honesty’
- Mexican Hat
- Nasturtium in cooler climates
- Nigella in cooler climates
- Chocolate Queen Anne's Lace
- Phlox in cooler climates
- Poached Egg
- Phacelia Blue Tansy
- Sea Holly
- Snapdragon in cooler climates
- Sweet peas, in cooler climates
- White Dill Ammi
- Yarrow, late Spring
- Billy Buttons
- Strawflower aka ever lasting daisies/ paper daisies
- Mulla Mulla
- Blue Boy
- Sturt's Pea
- Dahlias, these hugely popular blooms are coming very soon to Veggie and Flower Garden Seeds. You can put yourself on the wait list here, and be notified as soon as the tubers are available.
Here is a collection of all our Spring Flower Seeds.
See our Australian climate zone seed sowing chart here.
Here is a collection of all our Spring Flower Seeds