FREESIA SEEDS

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  1. ANOMATHECA LAXA (FREESIA/LAPEIROUSIA)

    From a flat fan of tiny iris-like leaves arise thin stems carrying large, brilliant carmine star-shaped flowers. These lovely flowers are very long lived and hardy in a sheltered spot and in a well-drained rockery they will self-seed and make fabulous drifts. ... Learn More

    $3.62

  2. ANOMATHECA LAXA JOAN EVANS (FREESIA/LAPEIROUSIA)

    This tiny bulbous plant, now sometimes called Freesia and once known as Laperousia, has pure white petals with an intriguing red eye, and is thus totally distinct from either the pure white or the pure red flowered form. It bulks up quite readily whether in a scree or a pot. ... Learn More

    $3.56

  3. FREESIA LAXA AZUREA

    Green leaves are arranged in a flat "fan" from which the flower stalk emerges, the flowers being flattened and about 2 cm wide across. The ground colour is pale blue with the bases of the lowest three tepals having a darker marking. These plants come from South Africa, where they grow in somewhat moist conditions, dying down to a corm in the winter, growing again at the end of spring and flowering in summer. They spread slowly and non-invasively making superb beds when happy. ... Learn More

    $4.57

  4. FREESIA VIRIDIS

    Vivid green and oddly shaped, this extraordinary flower is still a relative of the familiar florists´ freesia, and is quite a collector's plant. It is found on stony clay and limestone in the north and south western Cape of South Africa, and flowers appear very early from late winter into spring. This curiosity must have a warm, sheltered rock garden or be grown in a pot to be viewed close-up. Oh, and it is pollinated by moths! ... Learn More

    $4.06

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