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What Flower Seeds to sow in February

22 Products in Total.
Antirrhinum Seeds Mixed
Antirrhinum Seeds Mixed
£1.79
Gazania Seeds - Mixed
Gazania Seeds - Mixed
£1.95
Geranium Seeds - F1 Mixed
Geranium Seeds - F1 Mixed
£1.95
Geranium Seeds - F1 Quantum
Geranium Seeds - F1 Quantum
£1.95
Geranium Seeds - F1 White
Geranium Seeds - F1 White
£1.95
Geranium Seeds - Red
Geranium Seeds - Red
£1.95
Impatiens Seeds - Mixed
Impatiens Seeds - Mixed
£1.95

The latest Breeding.

Superb Mildew Resistant Variety

Rudbeckia Autumn Colours
Rudbeckia Autumn Colours
£1.79
Rudbeckia Cherry Brandy
Rudbeckia Cherry Brandy
£1.99
Sweet Pea Air Warden
Sweet Pea Air Warden
£1.49

Air Warden has stunning scarlet - cerise flowers.....

Average Contents : 40 seeds

Sweet Pea Cupid Mixed Seeds
Sweet Pea Cupid Mixed Seeds
£1.49

Cupid Mixed is a dwarf sweet pea suitable for Basket, Containers....

Average Contents : 40 seeds

Sweet Pea Heaven Scent Mixed
Sweet Pea Heaven Scent Mixed
£1.49

Highly scented pastel blooms.....

Average Contents : 40 seeds

Sweet Pea High Scent Seeds - White
Sweet Pea High Scent Seeds - White
£1.49

High Scent produces white blooms.....

Average Contents : 30 seeds

Sweet Pea King Size Mixed Seeds
Sweet Pea King Size Mixed Seeds
£1.49

Selected for cut flowers.....

Average Packet Contents: 30 seeds

Sweet Pea Mammoth Mixed
Sweet Pea Mammoth Mixed
£1.49

Excellent for Cut Flowers.....

Average Contents : 40 seeds

Sweet Pea Spencer Wave Mixed Seeds
Sweet Pea Spencer Wave Mixed Seeds
£1.49

Spencer Wave is the standard variety used for garden centre plants.....

Average Contents : 40 seeds

Viola Seed Mixed
Viola Seed Mixed
£1.75

Average Contents : 35 seeds

Flower Seeds To Sow in February

If you can provide frost protection against the winter's chill, you can begin sowing a variety of flower seeds in February to plant out later for a vibrant and colourful garden come summer. Early bloomers like sweet peas, antirrhinums, geraniums, and gazanias are perfect candidates. They're tougher and will be ok being started inside, guaranteeing an earlier splash of colour.

If February's frosty grip means you don't have the right sowing conditions, patience is key. Prepare pots and soil indoors, and wait until the threat of frost passes. This way, you'll give your plants the best start without risking damage from cold snaps. Remember, a little preparation now leads to more bountiful blooms later.