All Flower Seeds

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  1. IXIOLIRION TATARICUM

    Pretty, wispy and airy-looking, delicate purple flowers arise on thin stems in spring. These flowers readily multiply up making compact clumps. They are native to Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Russia, and Turkmenistan, where in the wild, flower colour ranges from light blue to dark violet. ... Learn More

    $3.89

  2. JACARANDA MIMOSIFOLIA

    Sweetly fragrant, lavender-blue flowers with a curved trumpet shape and a white inner throat that shows only slightly at the base of the upper petals, are formed in abundance in terminal panicles in the late spring and summer. This sub-tropical tree, native to South America, has been widely planted elsewhere because of its beautiful and long-lasting flowers. ... Learn More

    $4.88

  3. JASIONE LAEVIS

    Although it is actually a member of the "bellflower" family, this unusual flower resembles a Scabious or Pincushion Flower. It forms a low mound of grey-green leaves, bearing balls of violet-blue flowers for weeks on end and is excellent in a rock garden, especially combined with Heaths and Heathers, but also suitable for a border or edging a pathway. ... Learn More

    $3.50

  4. JASIONE LAEVIS BLAULICHT

    An unusually striking, hardy perennial with exceptionally bright blue spiky flowers, the protruding stamens making the flowers very noticeable, and decorative and bright into late September! The rosettes of narrowly-oblong leaves look like moss mounds, and are evergreen making this plant perfect for open spots without much shade, such as in a rockery or amongst grasses. Although it superficially looks like a scabious, it is no relation, as it is in the bellflower family! ... Learn More

    $3.50

  5. JASIONE MONTANA

    Although this lovely British native plant is called a "scabious" it is in fact not at all related, but is in the campanula family as a close inspection of the flower will confirm. In the wild it grows on heaths and moors, often at high elevations, also in rocky districts, coastal cliffs and quarries, doing well in very poor soil. In cultivation it excels though, good soil permitting it to grow in all dimensions. ... Learn More

    $3.30

  6. JATROPHA CURCAS

    Growing on almost any terrain, even on gravelly, sandy or saline soils in tropical America, this large ornamental shrub bears ivy-like leaves, and clusters of yellowish-green flowers and large yellow fruits. Although the plant and seeds are toxic, it is a plant of many uses, being used to manufacture soap, cosmetics, fuel and medicines. It is also being cultivated for biodiesel oil including its use as an airline fuel. In Nigeria, tests with 200 and 400 mg/kg, physic nut extract produced pain relief that compared well to aspirin, the researchers believing the extract works through both central and peripheral pain mechanisms. Morphine and similar drugs act on the central nervous system, whilst aspirin and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen, have an impact on both the peripheral and central nervous systems. The findings of the study are important because new, more effective pain-relieving drugs without addiction and side effect issues are needed. ... Learn More

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  7. 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

    $3.76

  8. 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

    $5.21

  9. 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

    $3.89

  10. 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

    $2.31

  11. 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

    $2.57

  12. 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

    $3.04

  13. 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

    $2.11

  14. JUNCUS KHAUSII

    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

    $1.98

  15. 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

    $2.38

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