DRABA SEEDS

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  1. DRABA AIZOIDES

    This rather diminutive alpine is a slow growing, mat-forming, semi-evergreen perennial. It has rosettes of small, dark-green leaves and in late spring, bears racemes of fragrant, bright yellow flowers. It is ideal for pan culture or on a small scree or rock-garden. ... Learn More

    $3.18

  2. DRABA BERTOLONII

    From the high Alps comes this very rare plant bearing tiny congested, upright stems, packed with tiny leaves and small yellow flowers. One of these, a pan full the size of a very large cabbage heart cut in half, won a prize at a recent Alpine Show! ... Learn More

    $2.92

  3. DRABA DEDEANA

    This very distinctive species from Spain and the Pyrenees makes a tiny hard rosette of shiny green, toothed foliage with heads of disproportionately large white flowers. A diminutive, cushion-forming alpine which is amongst the earliest of rockery plants to bloom, and can be enjoyed even more closely in a trough. Best in gritty, evenly moist soil and full sun or partial shade. ... Learn More

    $2.92

  4. DRABA DENSIFOLIA

    This tiny plant forms hard cushion-like mats of small fleshy, hairy, pointed leaves smothered in bright yellow flowers in early spring. Native to western North America, it is found in rocky crevices and on slopes on the mountains above 2000 meters from California to Alaska and Wyoming. ... Learn More

    $3.18

  5. DRABA DUBIA

    From May to July cross-shaped white flowers open on diminutive stalks which in time make up small shiny-leafed cushions. First described in 1802 by Johann Rudolf Suter, it is native to the mountainous regions of the Iberian Peninsula, France, the Apennine Peninsula, Central Europe, eastern Central Europe and the Balkan Peninsula. ... Learn More

    $3.49

  6. DRABA HOPPEANA

    This dwarf plant resembles a dwarf dense form of D. aizoides, and forms compact mats bearing racemes of deepest yellow cruciform flowers from July to August. It lives, as a rule, above 2200m in France, Italy, Central Europe and the Alps, where it thrives amongst mountain rocks. ... Learn More

    $3.62

  7. DRABA INCERTA

    This American draba makes soft cushions of dark green, pointed leaves, above which arise short stems of bright yellow flowers in very early spring. ... Learn More

    $2.92

  8. DRABA KORABENSIS

    Making tiny cushions of pointed, hairy leaves, and bunches of yellow starry flowers on thin stems, this tiny alpine is best-grown either in a pot in an alpine house or on a moist scree. ... Learn More

    $3.49

  9. DRABA LASIOCARPA

    Usually densely tufted hummocks consisting of spiny rosettes produce racemes of yellow flowers in early spring. These tiny treasures grow best in full sun in gritty, sharply drained soil such as where they grow in the rocky grasslands in the Eastern Alps, Carpathians and Balkans. ... Learn More

    $3.49

  10. DRABA LONGISILIQUA

    Tiny, compact rosettes of grey-green slowly multiply to make an impressive dome above which arise, in earliest spring, short stems carrying many small yellow flowers. If kept dry, the foliage of this plant is quite amazing and certainly about as good as you can get in drabas. ... Learn More

    $3.37

  11. DRABA MAGELLANICA

    From the cold wastes of Patagonia comes this dwarf alpine with short stem bearing snow-white flowers above clumps of tiny pointed leaves. ... Learn More

    $2.98

  12. DRABA PARNASSICA

    This little gem from Mount Parnassus in Greece would be a perfect specimen for a pan or hot trough. Tiny rosettes, much like those of a mossy saxifrage, push up short stems of brightest yellow flowers before almost any other plant awakens. ... Learn More

    $3.37

  13. DRABA POLYTRICHA

    An easy-growing draba, making hairy grey mounds of rounded leaves, carrying stemless yellow flowers in early spring. This little gem, that makes a perfect show plant, is native to the mountains of Armenia and also Zigana Dag, Turkey. ... Learn More

    $3.62

  14. DRABA RAMOSISSIMA

    This most unusual, petite plant has beautiful basal rosettes, rather resembling hens-and-chicks sempervivums, and disproportionally large white flowers, in heavy sprays, all above leaves with interesting jagged margins and strongly twisted seed pods. It is native to Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina. ... Learn More

    $3.11

  15. DRABA SAKURAI

    This rare and beautiful Japanese high alpine plant makes a solid rounded cushion covered with sheets of almost stemless, golden-eyed white flowers. It is ideal for a pot or container or small rock-garden. ... Learn More

    $3.18

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