All Flower Seeds

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  1. LEGOUSIA 'DEVON SKY'

    An absolute gem, this new campanula relative was discovered in an Eastern European botanic garden. Large white-eyed violet-mauve star-flowers smother the foliage. Ideal for rock garden or container. ... Learn More

    $2.99

  2. LEIBNITZIA ANANDRIA

    A fascinating, rare and elusive plant from Japan, which makes a tight spreading carpet consisting of tidy rosettes of serrated leaves. From this arise flower buds which are pink-tinged, and open to golden-eyed white flowers, followed by fluffy seedheads. An utterly hardy specimen, Zone3 in the USA! ... Learn More

    $3.84

  3. LEONTODON RINGENS

    An aristocratic plant distantly related to the dandelion, but this hardy perennial,non-invasive plant is infinitely more garden-worthy with branching stems that hold sizeable golden heads above rosettes of thick, leathery, deeply-toothed leaves. ... Learn More

    $3.70

  4. LEONURUS CARDIACA

    This very old, softly-prickly cottage garden plant, between June and August, has hairy flowers which are pale pink to purple, alternating up the stems, with whorls of leaves which are oak-shaped and deeply lobed into three. Motherwort has a long history of use as a herb in traditional medicine in Central Europe, Asia and North America. Midwives used it for a variety of purposes, including uterine tonic and prevention of uterine infection in women, hence the name Motherwort. And finally, in the Victorian 'Language of Flowers' it symbolizes concealed love. ... Learn More

    $3.70

  5. LEOPOLDIA CAUCASICA

    From the Caucasus mountains comes this quite spectacular plant with a remarkable resemblance to an absolutely giant muscari or "grape hyacinth". Several radiating thick, fleshy, pointed leaves rest upon the ground, whilst a stout stem arises, on the top of which numerous buds open into long-stemmed blue flowers. In a large pot or hot dry garden will be impressive. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  6. LEPECHINIA SALVIAE

    An unusual new herbaceous plant, related to salvias, from Chile, with beautifully fragrant foliage. The deep carmine red flowers appear very late in the year, from July into late autumn. ... Learn More

    $3.25

  7. LEPTOSPERMUM GRANDIFOLIUM

    Bearing grey-green foliage, which is highly aromatic when crushed, this evergreen, upright shrub has hairy white stems, and saucer-shaped white flowers borne in summer. It thrives in a hot sheltered position, but is nonetheless quite frost hardy in a well-drained spot. ... Learn More

    $3.19

  8. LESQUERELLA KINGII

    Native to the west of America, this is a rare and endangered plant from the northern California hills which produces large inflated 'bladder-like' seed pods in late summer before which gardeners can also enjoy the spires of typical, cruciform yellow flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.19

  9. LEUCAENEA LEUCOCEPHALA

    A lovely relative of the "mimosas", sprays of fragrant, creamy-yellow flowers open in very early spring at the ends of branches clad in delicate fern-like leaves. This plant was promoted as a "miracle tree" because of its worldwide success as a long-lived, highly nutritious forage tree. As well as forage, leucaena can provide firewood, timber, human food, green manure, shade and erosion control. In addition, the young pods are edible and occasionally eaten with Javanese vegetables salad with spicy peanut sauce and spicy fish wrapped in papaya or taro leaves in Indonesia, papaya salad in Laos and in Thailand, where they are known as phakatin ... Learn More

    $3.84

  10. LEUCAS LANATA

    Hooded white flowers occur in several dense whorls in leaf axils on the stems or this softly, densely wooly-haired perennial herb, which is usually found on stony slopes in the Himalayas at altitudes of 700-3000 m although these seeds should be quite hardy as they were collected at 2,900m. The short-stalked leaves are coarsely saw-toothed, with impressed veins above, and are densely covered with woolly hairs so as to appear silvery. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  11. LEVISTICUM OFFICINALE

    Also known as sea parsley, the leaves and stem of the lovage plant add an intense celery-like flavour to soups, stews and stocks or pork and poultry dishes. It can also be used to enhance the flavour of potato dishes. ... Learn More

    $2.66

  12. LEWISIA COTYLEDON 'BRIGHT-EYES'

    Sprays of large, dark-coloured flowers in all shades open with a distinctive pale eye. This lovely selection from Lewisia cotyledon has been selected over many years by a top UK grower. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  13. LEWISIA COTYLEDON RAINBOW DAZZLERS

    A superb mixture of all of our best lewisia cotyledon forms, some of them quite dwarf, ranging from white through all shades of pinks, reds and yellows to deepest crimson. These plants are completely hardy in spite of their exotic appearance. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  14. LEWISIA COTYLEDON 'SNOWSTORM'

    From attractive evergreen rosettes of succulent leaves, arise repeating sprays of large ivory flowers. Dead heading these exotic, tender-looking plants, which are in fact bone-hardy, produces almost constant flowering. They are perfect for your rockery or even a container on the patio. ... Learn More

    $4.62

  15. LEWISIA COTYLEDON 'SUNSET STRAIN'

    From attractive evergreen rosettes of succulent leaves, arise repeating sprays of large flowers which vary in colour from ivory tints and shades of yellow to deep pink and orange. Dead heading produces almost constant flowering. Exotic, tender-looking plants which are in fact bone-hardy and are perfect for the rockery or a container on the patio. ... Learn More

    $3.70

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