All Flower Seeds

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  1. JATROPHA GOSSYPIFOLIA

    Clusters of red flowers with yellow centres appear amidst the most beautiful foilage you could ever see, the new leaves on the top of each branch being a striking purple-red, and later on the contrast between these leaves and the inedible green fruits is remarkable. The leaves have traditionally been used locally for skin conditions such as bites and stings, but we cannot recommend this use! This unusual tree is native to Mexico, South America and the Caribbean islands. ... Learn More

    $3.86

  2. JEFFERSONIA DIPHYLLA

    Jeffersonia has showy white flowers with eight petals, the delicate flowers resembling "Bloodroot" and appearing in April or May before producing fruit which is a green pear-shaped capsule with a hinged top. Native to eastern Asia and eastern North America these uncommon spring flowers were named for United States President Thomas Jefferson. It is protected by state laws as a threatened or endangered plant in Georgia, Iowa, New York, and New Jersey. The characteristic leaves are large and nearly divided in half, giving rise to its common name, twinleaf. As with many other deciduous forest plants, the seeds are dispersed by ants, a process known as myrmecochory. I bet you can't remember that tomorrow! ... Learn More

    $3.73

  3. JEFFERSONIA DUBIA

    Rich, pale blue, upward facing saucer-flowers emerge in early spring, on stems bearing almost perfoliate, lobed leaves through the rest of the season. A rare and very refined species native to China and Korea, this is the Asian counterpart to the equally beautiful Jeffersonia diphylla from the eastern USA. ... Learn More

    $5.17

  4. JOVELLANA VIOLACEA

    A rare and stunningly beautiful plant from the colder parts of Chile and also New Zealand. Thin, branching stems with attractive wavy-edged leaves produce clusters of countless delicate orchid-like cream flowers gently marked with yellow and purple, which appear throughout spring and early summer and produce very few dust-like seeds. This delicate plant will stand severe frost in well-drained soil, and will almost always re-shoot from the base when killed back by severe winters. (RHS Award of Garden Merit). ... Learn More

    $3.86

  5. JUNCUS 'CARMAN'S GRAY'

    Wiry, glaucous green, knitting needle leaves, with terminal tufted seed heads radiating from a dense clump, make this form of Juncus patens a perfect addition to any architectural garden. ... Learn More

    $2.29

  6. JUNCUS COMPRESSUS

    Compact heads of brown seed cases cluster on short, strong, green, pith-filled stems. A small and delightful plant for the pond edge or boggy or damp area. ... Learn More

    $2.55

  7. JUNCUS DECIPIENS 'CURLY-WURLY'

    A fascinating new dwarf cultivar, coming true from seed. Forms a tight clump of corkscrewing and spiralling shiny green rush leaves, later decorated with brown seedheads. Perfect in a pot, rockery or poolside. ... Learn More

    $3.01

  8. JUNCUS EFFUSUS

    This robust, rapid-growing plant produces dense clumps of erect, blue-green, needle-like leaves topped with trusses of reddish flowers. Perfect around a pond or in a large container, it survives whether wet or dry. ... Learn More

    $2.10

  9. JUNCUS KRAUSII

    This attractive dwarf rush with unusually soft stems and seed heads was originally collected from the South African mountains. In cultivation it makes a long-lived, evergreen trouble-free clump. ... Learn More

    $1.96

  10. JUNCUS MALLORCAN GIANT

    Thick, dark green, pith-filled stems, terminate in stabbingly-sharp points. These are adorned with clusters of cream flowers which mature to crimson-brown seed capsules. Originally collected on damp hillsides on the island of Mallorca, this is one of the largest ornamental rushes we have seen. ... Learn More

    $2.36

  11. JUNCUS PALLIDUS

    Strong green needle-leaves erupt from a solid basal clump. One of the larger "rushes". These are traditionally grown at the waterside, but this one will do perfectly well in an ordinary garden. ... Learn More

    $2.29

  12. JUNCUS PINCEI

    An absolutely new and unique plant to the garden scene. Sharp, blue- green needles, with unusually large, attractive tassels of brown seed capsules near their ends, radiate from a central clump. Making quite a stunning hardy, trouble-free specimen in the garden, it is also perfect in a container, or even as a house-plant. ... Learn More

    $3.34

  13. JUNCUS 'SILVER SPEARS'

    Most rushes grow by water. This was discovered, thriving, on a scorching hot mountain terrace high in the mountains of Gran Canaria. Stiff, pointed, silvery green, needle-like leaves radiating from a solid rosette. ... Learn More

    $2.29

  14. JUNCUS XIPHIOIDES

    A very lively dwarf rush with most attractive globular heads of dark brown seedheads. Extremely adaptable, growing in all conditions from bog to desert! ... Learn More

    $2.10

  15. KIRENGESHOMA PALMATA

    Arching stems clad in angled opposite leaves terminate in sprays of yellow, crystalline, two inch shuttlecock flowers. Grown well, this is a certain crowd-puller as it springs from the ground each spring. Carol Klein says it is a "Once-seen-never-forgotten plant". And Graham Stuart Thomas also describes it thus: "There is nothing like it, a unique plant of great beauty". (RHS AGM) ... Learn More

    $4.19

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