SAPONARIA SEEDS

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  1. SAPONARIA BELLIDIFOLIA

    This unusual alpine plant carries clusters of buttermilk-yellow flowers on stems carrying lanceolate leaves, which arise from a basal rosette of spathulate leaves. This high altitude species exhibits the same features as some of the Lychnis catchflies in having sticky hairs, especially on the leaves. In the wild in southern Europe it grows amongst mountain rocks and in pastures to 2000m. ... Learn More

    $3.14

  2. SAPONARIA CAESPITOSA

    From a low cushion of grey-green leaves arise short stems, bearing clusters of pink flowers starting in late spring and early summer, although in the wild, high in the Pyrenees it flowers much later from August to September. The Tight compact cushions are perfect for rock gardens or troughs. ... Learn More

    $3.52

  3. SAPONARIA OFFICINALIS

    This ancient member of the carnation family, "Bouncing Bett", should be in every cottage garden and will form long-lived, slowly-spreading clumps which display sprays of sweetly perfumed pink flowers which are produced from spring until late autumn. ... Learn More

    $3.14

  4. SAPONARIA OFFICINALIS ROSEA PLENA

    This ancient member of the carnation family, "Bouncing Bett", should be in every cottage garden and will form long-lived, slowly-spreading clumps which display sprays of sweetly perfumed, double pink flowers which are produced from spring until late autumn. ... Learn More

    $3.07

  5. SAPONARIA x BOISSIERI

    This lovely hybrid, coming true from seed, between Saponaria caespitosa and Saponaria ocymoides, combines the small plant size of the former with the larger clear pink flowers of the latter, which are held well above the rosette of leaves on densely-tufted flowering stems. Very few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.46

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