Flower Colour

  • Blue flowers

    Looking for tranquillity in your garden? The colour blue has long been associated with relaxation and calm, so add some blue flowers to your garden to create the ideal backyard retreat. Take a look at our collection of blue...

  • Cream flowers

    Cream flowers are associated with charm, grace and thoughtfulness. Cream flowers are a fantastic way to bring style and sophistication to your garden. Cream flowers look beautiful in a cottage garden or imagine a bed of...

  • Crimson flowers

    Planted alongside rich green foliage, crimson flowers with their deep red petals can add a striking focal point to your garden. Darker and richer than a standard red, crimson coloured flowers, planted alongside other vibrant...

  • Mauve flowers

    Add mauve flowers to your garden for a dash of subtle colour. Not sure where to start? Take a look at our collection and discover information on ideal growing climates, pruning advice and a selection of the best mauve coloured...

  • Orange flowers

    Orange flowers come in a variety of different shades – from coral to burnt orange to apricot – so you can always find a shade that best suits you. Whether you are after a vibrant splash or a subtle addition of colour to...

  • Peach flowers

    Associated with friendship and gratitude, peach flowers are an ideal way to add soft colour to your garden. From the Pansy (ideal for window boxes or...

  • Pink flowers

    Take a look at out selection of pink flowers for information on how to care for them, the best growing climates and pruning advice. Whether a pale pink flower like the Balsam,...

  • Purple flowers

    Traditionally the colour purple was associated with royalty, however it has since evolved to symbolise dignity, pride and success. So if you're looking for a touch of nobility, try adding purple flowers to your garden. Available...