LINARIA SEEDS

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  1. LINARIA AERUGINEA

    This attractive dwarf plant has attractive, fine-leaved, bluish-green foliage, and from May through to August small spikes of dwarf snapdragons appear, in that most unusual of colours, yellowy-brown, with some being a mix of yellow and mauve! The name actually means 'rust-coloured'! This tiny plant come from Spain and Portugal and technically, although it is a perennial, it often acts as a reseeding annual. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  2. LINARIA 'CANON WENT'

    A delightful variant bearing small pink & mauve snapdragon-like blooms upon upright, slender, pointy spikes, a foot & a half to two feet tall. It is in bloom from June until the first frost, the blossoms being favourites of bees & butterflies. It remains upright and doesn't require staking and self seeds, but not to excess, coming true if other purpurea varieties are not grown nearby. 'Canon J. Went' will certainly self-seed & pop up in unexpected places in years to follow, even from out of cracks. It is extremely easy to grow in a wide range of situations, but will do best in full sun in well-draining soil. It is quite drought hardy & demands no special attention. ... Learn More

    $3.46

  3. LINARIA DALMATICA

    A vigorous and most attractive plant forming many blue-green leaved spikes of large-spurred, large yellow flowers, all summer long and indeed up to Christmas in our garden here! ... Learn More

    $3.07

  4. LINARIA 'NEON LIGHTS'

    Small, grey-leaved tufted plants, which flower the first year after flowering, producing a range of brilliant colours, mostly bicoloured, and including red, orange, yellow, (not green!), blue, indigo and violet. Oh, and pink and purple as well! ... Learn More

    $2.62

  5. LINARIA 'PINK BUDGIES'

    This really beautiful, icing-pink variation of this normally mauve plant bears opening flowers that really do look like three little birds having a gossip on a perch. An absolutely stunning, superb plant for a rockery, where it may very gently self-seed. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  6. LINARIA PURPUREA

    The "Purple Toadflax" is an old and popular cottage garden flower with tall, slender spikes of violet-purple flowers, which appear right into the frosts of autumn. It will gently self-seed into places it likes but never becomes a nuisance! ... Learn More

    $2.43

  7. LINARIA PURPUREA BROWN'S WHITE

    This lovely plant opens its pristine, tiny, pure white snapdragons atop long slender spikes of delicate, fine, greyish-green foliage, for a very long period, as a rule, all summer long. This lovely new colour (or rather lack of it) form is bone hardy, long-lived and quite drought-resistant once established, and was selected by Ray Brown, Plant World proprietor. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  8. LINARIA TRIORNITHOPHORA

    Incredible yellow-lipped, long-tailed, purple "snapdragons" on stout stems. These are arranged around the stems in groups of three, looking incredibly just like budgerigars! (Look at the botanic name - 'three birds'). Thin rubbery grey leaves. An exceptional, but rarely seen plant. ... Learn More

    $2.94

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