LEWISIA SEEDS

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  1. LEWISIA COTYLEDON RUBY RED

    For several generations these lovely plants have been selected as the reddest forms we grow. They are all bone hardy and very long-lived if kept dry around the neck of the rosette in winter. Fabulous grown in pots, they should always be watered only from below. ... Learn More

    $4.13

  2. LEWISIA 'LITTLE PLUM'

    Sprays of deepest carmine pink over compact fleshy rosettes. This newly bred strain is absolutely priceless as it has succulent leaves, which although appearing to resemble those of the winter-dormant forms are in fact EVERGREEN. Furthermore they seem to be extremely resistant to both rotting and pests and diseases. ... Learn More

    $3.81

  3. LEWISIA NEVADENSIS

    This unusual plant is a deciduous lewisia, that is, it dies away to a tuber in the winter. In the spring, appears a rosette of fleshy strap-shaped leaves, and then almost stemless white or pale pink flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.68

  4. LEWISIA OPPOSITIFOLIA

    This choice and quite superb dwarf hardy alpine has rosettes of pale pink flowers radiating from a tiny rosette of succulent green leaves. It is quite hardy and dies down to a resting winter bud underground, the leaves re-appearing each spring. It will gently self-seed in a trough making a gentle drift of glistening flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.68

  5. LEWISIA PYGMAEA

    Appropriately-named, each spring, this tiny herbaceous alpine forms a rosette of thin, radiating succulent leaves. In spring a succession of delicate, palest pink, short-stemmed, tissue-paper flowers arise, in a rosette form, from the centre of this gorgeous gem. ... Learn More

    $3.68

  6. LEWISIA SIERRAE

    From a succulent rosette of dark green leaves arise short stems bearing white or pink to deep rose flowers, with darker veins. Blooming from mid to late summer, this small plant comes from the central Sierra Nevada in California. The genus is named after Virginian, Meriwether Lewis, leader of the Lewis and Clark expedition, the first to cross the North American continent in 1804-1806. ... Learn More

    $3.81

  7. LEWISIA TWEEDYI ALBA

    This is the very rare form of one of the most exquisite of all alpine plants, these gorgeous specimens opening large pure ivory-white flowers in April and May above fleshy evergreen leaves. Mature plants can flower at any time right into the late autumn. They are surprisingly bone-hardy with frost, but prefer to be kept in a pot in the alpine house or on a window sill, or grown on a sheltered scree bed or trough in the garden. They always prefer a rich well drained soil where the crown can be kept dry. Just a very few individual fertile seeds are collected each year which come 100% true white. ... Learn More

    $6.26