An ideal gift for lovers of nature, folklore, cooking or just beautiful design!


Also works perfectly as an unusual housewarming present.


This gift set contains the following items:


  • Organic 'Fox & foxgloves' screen printed tea towel

  • Packet of foxglove seeds (c. 2,000 seeds) with full sowing instructions
  • A5 postcard of your choice
  • Manila brown envelope
  • Free UK shipping included
  • 10% goes into our 'good causes' seed giveaway fund


'Fox & foxgloves' organic cotton, screen printed tea towel


This adorable tea towel is based on an original Lino print by independent print maker Jo Wright, of Bear Print Design. Jo specialises in printmaking inspired by animals, folklore and the natural world, and we're delighted to be collaborating with her!


The design features two playful foxes, and has been screen printed using environmentally friendly inks in a gorgeous shade of pink.


The tea towel is made of  high quality, 100% organic cotton. It has an integrated hanging hoop, and comes complete with a wee matching tag, describing the folklore influence of the design:


"In folklore, it is said that faeries ring foxglove bells to warn foxes of hunters close by."


Each tea towel measures 76cm x 48cm.


Foxglove seeds

We just had to pair this beautiful design up with our foxglove seeds! You'll receive a packet (c. 2,000 seeds) printed with full sowing instructions.


With their speckled bell-shaped blooms, foxgloves are one of our best-loved wildflowers. They've long been associated with magic and folklore, and are adored by bumblebees. We sell wild/common foxglove seeds (Digitalis purpurea).


Just remember that foxglove seeds and plants are toxic if eaten, so take care to keep them away from small children. 


You can find out more about our foxglove seeds - and how to grow them - right here.


Your choice of postcard


Use the 'choose your postcard' dropdown above to select which of the following postcards you'd like to accompany your seeds:


To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow: Our flagship 'Seeds of Hope' design in a rainbow colourway, paired with the famous quote by Audrey Hepburn.


Wildflowers in Scotland: Depicts 16 species of wildflower that you might find in Scotland today - from iconic species like poppy and cornflower, to lesser-known gems like thrift and wild pansy. Each species is named, so you can use the postcard as an identification guides or educational tool.


Spring will come: This new, winter design is an exclusive collaboration between us and Edinburgh-based illustrator Victoria Rose Ball - so you won't find it anywhere else! Victoria also created our 'Wildflowers in Scotland' postcard, and we're so proud of this beautiful snowdrop illustration in the same botanical style.


Let love grow: This gorgeous illustration depicts bright flowers emerging from a wildflower seed packet. What better way to show someone you love them?


Each postcard has plenty of space for a personal message on the reverse. That means this set is perfect for giving as a gift to a loved one.


Any questions?


If you have any questions about the items in this set, just drop us an email at


And remember, we spend 10% of everything we make on running seed giveaways to good causes in Scotland. Thank you for helping us to help them.

'Foxes & foxgloves' organic cotton tea towel - with foxglove seeds and postcard

Choose your postcard

    Our postcards

    All the postcards in our individual gift sets are extra-large, A5 size - that's 21cm x 14.8cm.

    They're printed on uncoated, bright white 380gsm card. That means they're nice and sturdy, and perfect for writing on with any sort of pen.

    Our seeds

    We source all our seeds from a small network of trusted Scottish / UK suppliers.

    We use seed-proof, hand-filled glassine paper seed packets for all our wildflower seeds. Glassine paper is 100% plastic-free, fully recyclable and biodegradable. This approach means we can also avoid the foil-sealed sachets many seed companies use, which are sadly not able to be recycled.

    The clear cello bags we use to protect your items are also plant-based and 100% biodegradable.

    Visit our environmental policies page to find out more!


    *We offer free shipping on all items*

    Shipping services

    Smaller items are shipped via Royal Mail's standard 1st Class postal service. Larger orders are shipped via Parcelforce, with items fully tracked to their destinations.

    We post your items within 24 hours whenever possible, and always within three working days.

    Shipping destinations

    We currently sell and ship our items to people in Scotland, England and Wales. Sadly, due to new export regulations following Brexit, we are are no longer able to deliver to Northern Ireland. We very much hope this will change in the future.

    Protecting your items in transit

    Your items will be carefully packaged and fully protected in transit. We take our environmental responsibilities very seriously, and don't use any plastic in our packaging.

    We've replaced parcel tape with brown paper tape, bubble wrap with tissue paper, jiffy bags with cardboard boxes or brown paper, and polystyrene 'peanuts' with GM-free starch-based loose fill, which is 100% biodegradable and compostable.

    Visit our environmental policies page to find out more!


    We take our customers' expectations extremely seriously, and it's really important to us that you are completely happy with your purchase.

    If your item arrives damaged, or not as described, you are entitled to a full refund. Please let us know straight away by emailing photos to

    If you change your mind once you’ve received your item, we offer a 14 day, no-quibble returns period. In this case, the item needs to be returned to us in new condition and all its original packaging. You will also need to pay the return postage cost.

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Cover photo: Harebells on the Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Photo by David Wheater