POTENTILLA SEEDS

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  1. POTENTILLA ATROSANGUINEA

    Sprays of saucer-shaped, dark red flowers open from June to August on hairy stems, above a vigorous rosette of hairy, grey-green, strawberry-like leaves. This vibrant and delightful Himalayan cinquefoil is an excellent long flowering plant, and given a sunny, well-drained site, it is trouble-free and easy to grow. ... Learn More

    $3.86

  2. POTENTILLA ATROSANGUINEA SCARLET STARLET

    A Potentilla that has well-balanced but dwarf habit which carries crimson red flowers in the summer over foliage that has an eye-catching silver lustre Ideal Conditions:Prefers full sun, or partial shade with free-draining soil or compost. ... Learn More

    $3.79

  3. POTENTILLA AUREA

    Single, bright yellow buttercup flowers nestle amongst the small shiny-green leaves in late spring on this very low spreading, tuft-forming, low maintenance plant. It is very easily divided in spring by digging up the clump and ripping apart into smaller pieces. ... Learn More

    $3.66

  4. Potentilla etna
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    POTENTILLA ETNA

    Stunning, semi-double, dark crimson red flowers with dark centres, open over a long spring and early summer period, above striking clumps of silvery foliage. This perfect. long-lived cottage garden plant grows well in any good garden soil in a sunny position. ... Learn More

    $3.52

  5. POTENTILLA GLANDULOSA

    A long lived trouble free plant producing rosettes of typical strawberry-like foliage and carrying sprays of golden yellow flowers. ... Learn More

    $2.53

  6. POTENTILLA GRACILIS

    Solid rosettes of large leaves, with typical strawberry-like foliage, carry sprays of golden yellow flowers in spring and early summer. This hardy perennial plant is native to California and occurs in odd locations across North America. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  7. POTENTILLA HELEN JANE

    This beautiful new semi-dwarf cultivar is quite a winner with compact heads displaying crimson-eyed, bright pink flowers, and petals attractively crinkled just like crepe paper. New buds open repeatedly in a long succession, from spring until late summer. ... Learn More

    $3.79

  8. POTENTILLA HYPARCTICA

    This attractive tuft-forming plant, is perfect for edging or growing in the rock garden with large, orange-blotched yellow buttercup flowers which are held on a mound of fuzzy, silver-grey, strawberry-like leaves. Bone hardy, it is native to high Arctic regions across the Northern Hemisphere and makes a single taproot, so it will not spread. ... Learn More

    $3.79

  9. POTENTILLA MEGALANTHA

    This superb edging perennial is supremely easy to grow but is not often seen in gardens. Plants form a low mound of deep-green, leathery,wrinkled leaves with a strawberry-like appearance, with large, bright yellow, rose-like flowers which are held on short stems just above the clump. This is one of those plants that begs to be touched. Perfect for the sunny rock garden, it is also ideal for mixed containers. It often benefits from a hard trim immediately after blooming, to keep the clumps neat and tidy for the rest of the season. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  10. POTENTILLA MIXED

    A wide selection of many showy herbaceous forms in white, yellow, orange and red, e.g. Potentilla argentea, atrosanguinea, grandiflora, hyparctica, megalantha, nepalensis, rupestris nana and several more. ... Learn More

    $3.06

  11. POTENTILLA 'MONARCH'S VELVET'

    Massed heads of deep raspberry red flowers shade to a crimson velvet centre on these long-flowering and long-lived specimens. Bright green crinkled foliage, reminiscent of strawberries, adds to this attractive illusion. An excellent form of Potentilla thurberi. ... Learn More

    $3.19

  12. Potentilla montenegrina
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    POTENTILLA MONTENEGRINA

    Bone hardy and bearing pure white flowers, this attractive Balkan endemic has a conservation status of Critically Endangered. Populations are fragmented, with few individuals, which occur very rarely in Meadows in coniferous forests and dwarf pine societies mainly in the Rila mountains between 1500 – 1700 m of altitude. The wider general distribution has more recently been extended to include loci in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, R Macedonia and Serbia. ... Learn More

    $5.12

  13. POTENTILLA NEPALENSIS

    Sprays of charming, multi-coloured, red-eyed, pink and yellow flowers open on sprawling stems in July and August. A gorgeous garden plant, although its home is grazing grounds and cultivated areas from 2100 - 2700 metres high in Pakistan to Central Nepal! ... Learn More

    $3.52

  14. POTENTILLA PORPHYRANTHA

    In July and August, from a tight rosette of white, silky tomentose leaves arise tiny stems bearing disproportionately large, darker-eyed, deep purple-pink flowers. This exceedingly rare endemic crevice-dweller that grows in Armenia in Gegham on the mountains Sevsar and Agusarka, and in Zangezur on the mountain Mets Ishkhanasar, is in the category of Critically Endangered. The extent of occurrence and area of occupancy is less than 10 km2 and the area of distribution severely fragmented where it grows in the alpine belt at between 3300–3500 meters on rocky and stony slopes and on screes. It was included in the first edition of the Red Data Book of Armenia under Category 1: Endangered species. Very few fertile seeds available of this perfect plant that could be 'best in show' if grown well! ... Learn More

    $5.25

  15. POTENTILLA PULVINARIS

    Bright yellow flowers, solitary or in pairs, open very close to the leaves in summer above a robust rootstock and rosette of silky-grey, hairy, digitate leaves which are sharply-toothed at the tips. This rare plant occurs in Turkey, on cliffs and in rock crevices at between 2000 and 3650 meters. Few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.92

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