Settler Hives Common Daisy
This is truly beautiful. Get this. The name translates from the Latin, Bellus meaning pretty and perennis meaning perennial or forever. “Pretty Forever” not so stock standard. You may know it as a Lawn Daisy or English Daisy, but our favourite is the term “Day’s Eye” and is a reference to the way that the flower closes at night and opens in the day. Watch out. Low-growing, carpet-forming perennial win.
Settler Hives Alyssum Seeds
Hardy and self seeding, alyssum is a joy to grow with lightly honey scented (you know who to expect) and pure white flower heads covering the whole plant en masse...
Settler Hives Amaranth Seeds
Micro-greens which are actually not green at all. Amaranth is a translucent deep violet colour which can be cut to eaten when about 3-5cm tall. It won’t fill your hunger...
Settler Hives Ammi Majus
If only Lorde had known – you can have royalty in your garden if not your blood. Queen Anne’s Lace is stunningly intricate with lace like (well duh) white cluster...