- A selection of annuals and perennials that can be successfully sown on dry and difficult soils.
- Some gardens can be very dry as a result of clay, sandy or shallow soils. This is often the case in suburban neighbourhoods that lack top soil. The Dry soil mixture is highly recommended in these situations. It is necessary to provide adequate water at first in order for the plants to establish themselves properly.
Average height: 50-60cm Aspect: Sunny area Soil type: Loam, Dry, Stony, Sandy Sowing time: Spring or Autumn First signs of blossom: 6 to 8 weeks after sowing. From April in the second year Average flowering period: 3 months Price: from £14.99 to cover 7 square metres
30 annual & perennial species including Achillea millefolium, Anthemis tinctoria, Centaurea cyanus, Centranthus ruber, Echium plantagineum, Eschscholtzia californica, Helipterum humboldtianum, Linum perenne, Malva moschata, Matricaria recutita, Myosotis alpestris, Nigella damascena and Thymus vulgare