With summer approaching, it’s a great time to get out into the garden and do a bit of gardening before it really gets too hot. With the proper care, Gardens that gain plenty of summer sunshine are sure to produce bountiful flowers all year round. Planting seedlings at home can inspire a passion for growing in both beginner gardeners and seasoned green thumbs.
Sow ‘n Sow is an exciting, eco-friendly and Australian-made brand that adds a creative touch to the simplicity of flower seedlings. The hand-crafted, small and delicate packages offer the chance to create something wonderful. Sow ‘n Sow seeds are creative, thoughtful and a gift that will keep growing.
Sow ‘n Sow was born from owner Michelle Brady’s desire for a creative outlet which would be an inspiring way to share her love of gardening and design. The packages are brilliantly crafted by illustrator, Daniella Germain, and use eco-friendly recycled material which adds to the hand-made design aesthetic.
The choice of seedlings covers a range of colours and thoughtful inspirations:
Forget-me-not (Myosotis): Tiny blue sentiments – For these sky blue cottage garden flowers that bloom well in spring; summer is the perfect time to sow. Choose an area with good-quality moist soil in either sunny or shady areas.
Sweet Peas (Lathyrus Odoratus): For your sweetheart – Sweet Peas are a delightfully mauve flower and are ideal to sow in summer. These beautiful soft flowers are easy to grow and will put a smile on anyone’s face.
Trio of Herbs: Parsley (Petroselinium Hortense), Coriander (Coriandum Sativum) and Basil (Ocimum Basilicum): For your tastebuds – Add some tasty herbs to your garden for functional use in your kitchen. The herbs will grow in pots and garden beds. Basil is perfect to sow in summer. Parsley and Coriander are best sown anytime from spring to autumn and will provide petals year-round.
The Sow ‘n Sow range can be found at over 100 boutique gift stores, florists and eco-retailers around Australia or ordered directly from Michelle online.
For more information, visit their website.
This post has been reproduced with permission from The Home Journal