Give a gift of seeds, a thoughtful gift for mum, dad or an older sibling. Beautifully presented in a sachet decorated with an original artwork.
- Made in Australia
- 100% recycled paper
- Includes an illustrative plant label to mark where your seeds are planted
- Comes with a recycled kraft envelope
Brighten someone’s life with bubbly, bouncy Billy Buttons, an easily grown Australian native flower ball that looks great in the garden and will continue to please as a dried flower. Also ideal as a Christmas decoration/gift, but too beautiful not to enjoy all year round.
To sow, scatter seeds in a sunny position and cover with a thin layer of soil. Ensure that the soil stays moist. Beat the rhythm of life with nature’s own golden drumstick.
Featuring the beautiful illustrations by Daniella Germain, this is the perfect gift for any occasion.
Variety: Pycnosorus globosus. Billy Button’s are also known as drumsticks or craspedia.
Everlastings or ‘paper daisies’ are pretty pink and white flowers with papery petals that grow naturally in Western and South Australia. Easy to grow, the seeds can be sown directly into garden beds to produce a meadow of blooms during warm, sunny conditions.
A gift and a card in one, this Gift of Seeds is embellished with stunning illustrations created by Daniella Germain.
Variety: Rhodanthe chlorocephala subsp. rosea
Nurture yourself or someone you love with ‘Chamomile’, A Gift of Seed. Included as a part of our new ‘Nurture’ range, this will be the perfect gift that is both beautiful and useful.
Chamomile is a herb with a white daisy-like flower and yellow centre which has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for a range of health conditions. These include improved sleep, digestive health, as well as being high in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. It is also well known for its soothing effects and for being a gentle relaxant. Chamomile produces a pleasant apple scent with its abundance of flowers. To make a tea, simply gather the flowers and infuse them in hot water. Many people enjoy chamomile tea as a caffeine free alternative to black or green tea.
Plant in full sun or light shade during late winter/early spring. Bury seeds as deep as the height of the seed and keep the soil moist.
Featuring original artwork by Daniella Germain, the Chamomile Gift of Seeds includes a packet of seeds, a plastic plant label and sowing instructions.
Variety: German Chamomile, Matricaria chamomilla
Perfect when healing, positive thoughts and love are in need. Included as a part of our new ‘Nurture’ range, this will be the perfect gift that is both beautiful and useful.
Echinacea is a purple flower with a prominent central cone, giving it the more common name of ‘Coneflower’. They are loved by pollinators such as honeybees and butterflies, making an attractive addition to a cottage style garden.
After watching your flowers bloom, they make a lovely cut flower, or are also widely used as a medicinal herb. The herb encourages the immune system (by increasing white blood cells) and reduces symptoms of cold, flus and other illnesses. The plant label included with each pack includes a simple recipe for making tea with the flowers and leaves.
Plant in free draining soil in a sunny location. Bury seeds as deep as the height of the seed and keep soil moist.
Featuring original artwork by Daniella Germain, the Echinacea Gift of Seeds includes a packet of mixed seeds, a plastic plant label and sowing instructions.
Variety: Echinacea Purple Coneflower, Echinacea purpurea
Sow ‘n Sow’s Gifts of Seeds cleverly combine a gift card with a packet of seeds to form a sweet, eco-friendly gift that grows.
Sunflowers are well known and cheerful and they are very quick and easy to grow! Sow in spring and summer in full sun at a depth of 10mm. Watch your sunflowers bloom and provide a pop of colour for your garden. Sunflowers are also perfect for companion planting in your vegetable gardens!
This Gift of Seeds features stunning illustrative artwork by Daniella Germain.
This product is now plastic free!
Variety: Sunbird, Helianthus annuus