LYCHNIS SEEDS

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  1. LYCHNIS ALPINA

    This diminutive European alpine, very rare in Britain, has dense terminal clusters of twenty or more tufted, dark rosy purple flowers in late spring, held on short sticky stems which arise above compact tufts of grass like foliage. ... Learn More

    $3.20

  2. LYCHNIS ALPINA ALBA

    This pretty diminutive addition to the sunny rock garden forms a low, tufted mound of narrow, grassy leaves, bearing clusters of tiny white flowers in late spring. It will often self sow in well-drained locations, tolerating poor sandy or gravel soils. Native to Arctic areas of North America and Europe, it is extremely hardy, but happiest in cool-summer regions where it will be happy in the rockery or front of the border. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  3. LYCHNIS ARKWRIGHTII

    Brilliant, very large, orange-scarlet flowers are produced in abundance beginning in early summer. The attractive, fleshy foliage has a purplish-bronze cast over the naturally dark green leaves. This is possibly the most attractive of the easier campions you can grow and is very hardy as long as it has sufficient winter drainage. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  4. LYCHNIS CHALCEDONICA

    This little beauty is one of the traditional cottage garden plants, carrying congested heads of brilliant scarlet Maltese-Cross-like flowers right from spring into late summer. It is very long-lived and is a bonus in any garden. ... Learn More

    $3.14

  5. LYCHNIS CHALCEDONICA ALBA

    This is the albino form of the famous "Maltese Cross" flower, having congested heads of ivory-white blooms. Very long-lived and hardy, it can make a truly dazzling splash of light in the mid-border, and especially in any dark area needing to be brightened up! ... Learn More

    $3.14

  6. LYCHNIS CHALCEDONICA 'PINKIE'

    This palest pink form of the popular, normally deepest red, cottage garden plant can make an impressive statement in the herbaceous border. Long-lived and reliable! ... Learn More

    $3.01

  7. LYCHNIS CHALCEDONICA THE FLASHER

    A completely new novelty form of the well-known "Maltese Cross". Deepest scarlet flower open in compact bunches above stems clad in white-splashed leaves. The white flashes sometimes only appear as the plants grow larger, and the unique and unstable mutation that has produced these seeds will also produce some plants with pure green leaves, and the occasional ones with white leaves but these can be discarded. Pure green stems appearing on the parent plant should also be removed. This is the first ever release of these few seeds that have been collected. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  8. LYCHNIS CORONARIA

    Large flowers of deepest rose-crimson are carried on branching stems bearing attractive grey woolly leaves. This must-have plant for the classic cottage garden will gently self-seed into cracks and shady corners but rarely becomes a nuisance. ... Learn More

    $3.20

  9. LYCHNIS CORONARIA ALBA

    The unusual albino form of the traditional cottage garden plants which has massed heads of pure white flowers on grey stems above clumps of grey woolly hairy leaves. ... Learn More

    $2.94

  10. LYCHNIS CORONARIA 'ANGEL'S BLUSH'

    The pink-eyed white-flowered form of the woolly, grey-leaved Lychnis coronaria comes quite true from seed but the pink eye varies quite bizarrely with the season and weather conditions. A lovely long-lived cottage garden plant. ... Learn More

    $2.94

  11. LYCHNIS FLOS-CUCULI

    Also known as "Ragged Robin" and "Cuckoo Flower". This graceful plant carries jagged, deeply cleft red flowers on slender stems in early summer. This plant, nowadays quite rare, reputedly flowers as the cuckoo arrives. Cuckoos are also getting sadly thin on the ground, but you can at least judge when you ought to be listening out! ... Learn More

    $3.07

  12. LYCHNIS FLOS-CUCULI ALBA

    The delicate pure white form of the pink "Cuckoo Flower" has deeply-cut, ragged flowers, which appear in early spring on thin pale green, pigment-less stems. A lovely plant for a shady corner or a damp place which will never become a nuisance. ... Learn More

    $3.20

  13. LYCHNIS FLOS-CUCULI NANA

    This is the rarely-seen form of the "Ragged Robin" or "Cuckoo Flower". This graceful plant carries jagged, deeply cleft red flowers on short, slender stems in early summer. Nowadays quite rare, it reputedly flowers as the cuckoo arrives. Cuckoos are also getting sadly thin on the ground, but you can at least judge when you ought to be listening out! ... Learn More

    $3.14

  14. LYCHNIS FLOS-JOVIS

    This excellent herbaceous perennial bears clumps of grey-green, hairy, lance-shaped leaves which in early summer push up stems bearing terminal clusters of deep pink, salver-shaped flowers. A beautiful and long-lived, clump-forming flower. ... Learn More

    $3.07

  15. LYCHNIS FLOS-JOVIS NANA

    This scarce and most delightful dwarf form of this lovely garden plant has woolly leaves and stems and generous heads of crimson flowers in early summer. It makes a long-lived and valuable flower for the rockery or front of the border. ... Learn More

    $3.39

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