All Flower Seeds

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  1. LEWISIA LITTLE MANGO

    Tough dark green evergreen rosettes bear large star shaped flowers that are a dazzling bright peachy yellow with red stamens. They flower from late spring to early summer, and can flower again during autumn. They require good drainage so ideal for alpine garden, trough or house, in full sun or partial shade. This newly bred strain is absolutely priceless as it has succulent leaves, which although appearing to resemble those of the winter-dormant forms are in fact EVERGREEN. Furthermore they seem to be extremely resistant to both rotting and pests and diseases. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  2. LEWISIA 'LITTLE PEACH'

    Originally bred here 30 years ago, this gorgeous lewisia is a fertile hybrid of Lewisia longipetala and Lewisia cotyledon, which has soft peach flowers blended with pinks and orange over attractive, dark green, evergreen leaves. Hardy and very resistant to over watering or winter rotting. Few fertile seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  3. LEWISIA 'LITTLE PLUM'

    Sprays of deepest carmine pink over compact fleshy rosettes. This newly bred strain is absolutely priceless as it has succulent leaves, which although appearing to resemble those of the winter-dormant forms are in fact EVERGREEN. Furthermore they seem to be extremely resistant to both rotting and pests and diseases. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  4. LEWISIA NEVADENSIS

    Sizeable, and almost stemless white or pale pink flowers open on very short stems above a rosette of fleshy, strap-shaped leaves. This unusual plant is a deciduous lewisia, that is, it dies away to a tuber in the winter, then in the spring reappears! ... Learn More

    $3.84

  5. LEWISIA OPPOSITIFOLIA

    This choice and quite superb dwarf hardy alpine has rosettes of pale pink flowers radiating from a tiny rosette of succulent green leaves. It is quite hardy and dies down to a resting winter bud underground, the leaves re-appearing each spring. It will gently self-seed in a trough making a gentle drift of glistening flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.70

  6. LEWISIA PYGMAEA

    Appropriately-named, each spring, this tiny herbaceous alpine forms a rosette of thin, radiating succulent leaves. In spring a succession of delicate, palest pink, short-stemmed, tissue-paper flowers arise, in a rosette form, from the centre of this gorgeous gem. ... Learn More

    $3.70

  7. LEWISIA TWEEDYI ROSEA

    One of the most exquisite of all alpine plants, and definitely the king of lewisias, these plants can flower at any time right into the autumn. They are surprisingly bone-hardy with frost, but prefer to be kept in a pot in the alpine house or on a window sill or grown on a sheltered scree bed or trough in the garden. They always prefer a rich well drained soil where the crown can be kept dry. Very few fertile seeds are produced and these are collected individually. ... Learn More

    $5.14

  8. LEYCESTERIA CROCOTHYRSOS

    A challenge for your knowledgeable friends to name. Whilst related to L.formosa, this beauty bears no comparison, with trusses of golden yellow trumpets showing prominent stamens, amidst distinctive bronzed foliage which clads the cane-like stems. ... Learn More

    $2.92

  9. LEYCESTERIA FORMOSA "PURPLE RAIN"

    This multi-value plant leaves its bright green bamboo-like stems in winter, but opens delicate white pendent flowers amidst tasselled, ruby-coloured bracts in summer. Soft bunches of purple-brown caramel flavoured berries (also loved by birds) appear in autumn. ... Learn More

    $3.32

  10. LEYCESTERIA FORMOSA 'GOLD LEAF'

    A gorgeous form of this multi-value plant which has bright green bamboo-like stems in winter, along with delicate, white pendent flowers amidst tasselled, ruby-coloured bracts in summer. Finally, in autumn, soft bunches of purple-brown caramel flavoured berries (loved by birds) appear. But this new form also has the most gorgeous crimson-tinged bright golden leaves. Coming completely true from seed this exciting new plant is perfect to brighten up a shady corner. ... Learn More

    $3.19

  11. LIATRIS LIGULISTYLIS

    A magnet for butterflies, this remarkable perennial bears an upright central stalk holding numerous frilly petalled, darker-eyed mauve flowers. These open steadily from the top and move downwards over several weeks on stems holding long, very narrow leaves, giving an overall most attractive appearance. Definitely a rarely-seen and most attractive conversation piece in any garden, this plant is a good candidate for poor soils and will tolerate light shade. ... Learn More

    $3.70

  12. LIATRIS PYCNOSTACHYA

    Also known as "Prairie blazing star" or "Kansas Gayfeather", this is perhaps the tallest Liatris species in cultivation, typically growing 2-4' tall (infrequently to 5'). Rounded, fluffy, deep rose-purple flower heads are crowded into terminal spikes (to 20" long) atop thickly-leafed, rigid flower stalks. Flowers generally open top to bottom on the spikes. Pycnostachya means "crowded" in Greek, in probable reference to the arrangement of both flower heads and leaves, this species being distinguished from other Liatris species by its reflexed, long-tipped involucral bracts. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  13. LIBERTIA CAERULESCENS

    A most unusual-coloured dwarf Chilean libertia making showy clumps in high meadows and very hardy. From iris-like leaves, arise numerous spikes of intriguing flower heads which are a rare shade of palest china blue and produce bright orange anthers. We have recently been reliably informed that the correct name for this plant is Libertia sessiliflora. ... Learn More

    $3.25

  14. LIBERTIA CHILENSIS (GRANDIFLORA)

    One of New Zealand's exquisite natives which has settled down well in the UK, this distant iris relative has sprays of pure white, almost orchid-like, saucer-shaped flowers with yellow stamens atop clumps of non-invasive dark green stems. Graham Stuart Thomas states that it is "Desirable and elegant." ... Learn More

    $3.84

  15. LIBERTIA FORMOSA

    This southern hemisphere plant is a clump-forming evergreen perennial from Chile with narrow, upright, sword-like leaves and stiff stems bearing clusters of three-petaled white flowers in late spring and early summer. It is perfect for adding evergreen structure and foliage interest to a sunny, sheltered border. ... Learn More

    $3.51

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