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Seed Bundles – New for 2021

Grandma's Garden

The place where you’ll find . . .

Flowers

A welcome addition to any garden.

Edible Herbs and Flowers

Give your salads and baking a colourful twist.

Grow Your Own

From the garden to the kitchen and onto your plate.

Gift Store

A special gift for a VERY special person.

Whatever’s on your shopping list today.

I think you’ll find it here!

Live life in full bloom!!

The optimal garden blooms over many consecutive seasons and offers pollen and nectar from early Spring until
late Autumn for all our bees, butterflies and other insect pollinators.

Providing food and habitats for all our insects and pollinators
by sowing and growing seeds.

Alternatively, browse the full range at your leisure.

Creating habitats for the bees and insects!

As a garden photographer, I have noticed a sharp decline in the number of insects that visit my garden. Not only in the different number of bee species but also the number of other insects. Birds are facing problems too as they feed on the insects!

I’d like to try to do something to help boost the number of my local populations by providing pollen and nectar all year round.

Where ever you live, you can help too.

You don’t need a large garden to sow a small patch of wildflowers or cottage garden flowers. A large-ish pot on a balcony will do. And if that’s not possible then sprinkle some seeds along the edge of a footpath or close to a hedgerow.

Alternatively, encourage the kids to nuture their own little patch so they can watch how things grow and enjoy natures’ wildlife as they go about their daily business.

Every flower helps!!

A collection of garden related gifts that won’t break the bank!

Gift Store

The perfect place to find gifts that keep on giving – not many presents can do this!

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A selection of Grow Kits and Gift Sets

Artist Made

Skillfully crafted Artisan-made goods

In every gardener, there is a child who believed in the seed fairy!

A little about
Grandma’s Garden.

I’ve been a keen gardener since we got our very first house in 1983, I still am.

I’m also an office manager. I’m a nature photographer who loves bugs, I occasionally shoot models too. I enjoy creating websites. AND I’m a frustrated digital artist.

I’m also a Grandma to 3 very gorgeous grand-children.

Life can be hectic, but it can all be forgotten sitting in the garden watching and listening to the hustle and bustle in the flower beds as the insects go about their daily business.

A cup of tea to kick-start the day.
A spot of gardening to soothe the soul.
A nice gin and tonic to watch the sun go down.

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