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    From flattened rosettes of deeply-lobed leaves arise short, strong, hollow stems bearing most attractive, and quite remarkable flowers which bear more than a passing resemblance to a fried egg! Frilly, ivory-white petals radiate out from a golden-eyed centre, and although it vaguely resembles our native "dandelion", this plant is guaranteed not to become a weed in your garden, just a lovely intriguing specimen. In the wild, as the name suggests, it comes from cold areas in Mongolia and the Far-East. Very few fertile seeds available. ... Learn More


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    Taraxacum officinale, commonly known as dandelion, is a well-known perennial plant belonging to the Asteraceae family. Dandelion is characterized by a basal rosette of deeply lobed leaves. The plant produces distinctive yellow flowers, each consisting of numerous tiny ray florets. The flower heads are borne on hollow stems that rise above the foliage. After flowering, dandelions form the iconic spherical seed head known as a "dandelion clock" or "parachute ball." Each seed is attached to a feathery pappus, allowing it to be carried by the wind. Dandelions typically bloom in spring and early su ... Learn More


    (400 seeds)


    Yes, a variegated Dandelion, and as expected, rosettes of brightly-splashed, toothed leaves produce the good old fashioned yellow flowers. This newly discovered plant will be a bit like Marmite...you will either love it or hate it! ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)


    This rare and most unusual dwarf "dandelion" makes a tiny rosette of beetroot-red, almost black leaves, with short-stemmed yellow flowers. An attractive little gem which could certainly never become a weed, it sets very few seeds for a start!! ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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