ERIGERON SEEDS

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  1. ERIGERON ALPINUS

    From strong rosettes of spoon-shaped, hairy, medium green leaves arise flowers which are lilac-blue to red-purple coloured with greenish-yellow centres. It will be excellent in a well-drained spot on a rockery. ... Learn More

    $3.47

  2. ERIGERON ALPINUS 'MAUVETTE '

    Only recently developed from a chance seedling, this gorgeous, exceptionally dwarf, bone-hardy alpine has golden-eyed bright mauve, rather than pinkish daisy flowers. These burst open from late spring to early summer, above a slow-growing, semi-evergreen cushion, making it a perfect butterfly and bee plant, ideal for rockery, border or even a container! ... Learn More

    $3.96

  3. ERIGERON AUREUS

    One of the more delightful members of the daisy tribe, this lovely plant, forming compact rosettes, should be planted into a very well-drained crevice or scree, when it will produce an almost endless supply of bright buttermilk-yellow flowers for a very long time, even into early winter. The modern cultivar "Canary Bird" was developed from this species. We supply good, but admittedly very few cleaned seeds. ... Learn More

    $4.10

  4. ERIGERON BOREALIS

    Spathulate leaves make a compact clump and also clad the short stems which bear mauve-rayed flowers with large golden eyes. This lovely alpine is also one of Britain's rarest native flowers and can only be found on a very few mountain tops including Ben Lawers in central Scotland. ... Learn More

    $3.96

  5. ERIGERON COMPOSITUS

    A most attractive alpine with rosettes of finely-divided, hairy leaves and close-packed stems of golden-eyed white flowers, with some rare seedlings being pale pink or blue. It is native to barren places in western North America, Greenland and eastern Canada. ... Learn More

    $3.47

  6. ERIGERON GLAUCUS

    This trouble-free hardy plant thrives on the coastline of Oregon and California where it makes slowly spreading, compact cushions on beaches, coastal bluffs and dunes. The central golden-yellow disc florets are surrounded by petals which can vary from deep blue and purple to nearly white, but are usually pinkish mauve. It is a valuable, extremely-easy-to-grow rock garden plant. ... Learn More

    $3.61

  7. ERIGERON KARVINSKIANUS

    On a gently spreading low carpet of tiny pointed leaves appear sheets of dazzling daisies, which open white before turning pink and finally fading to deep purple. This gorgeous, drought-resistant cushion plant is very long-flowering, from late spring to autumn, and is one of the best wall or dry-rockery plants, able to stand almost complete dessication without dying. (RHS Award of Merit!) ... Learn More

    $3.96

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