All Flower Seeds

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  1. KNIPHOFIA CAULESCENS

    In September, later than all other pokers, arise massive heads of red, later changing to greenish-lemon, above very broad grey leaves and elephant-trunk-like stems. "Very valuable and perhaps the only truly hardy large poker" (G.S.T.) ... Learn More

    $3.07

  2. KNIPHOFIA CITRINA

    With a similar habit to Kniphofia caulescens, this little treasure has lighter, almost lime green foliage which is elongated and slender. Flower heads are lemon in colour with a hint of orange on new petals, hence the name 'Citrina'. Flowers last for a long period of time from Spring through into Summer. Kniphofia in general are hardier than they look, plants in our gardens have withstood temperatures down to -5 or -10. In summer they drink water freely and are not harmed by over watering. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  3. KNIPHOFIA MACOWANII

    A fine sturdy new addition to our collection of pokers producing fleshy leaved clumps with numerous strong stems holding fat flower heads, deepest orange at the top brightening to pale yellow at the base. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  4. KNIPHOFIA MIXED SPECIES

    A colourful selection of red, yellow, green and bicolored "pokers" of all sizes from our African garden. Includes Kniphofia brachystachya, northiae, rooperi, triangularis and uvaria. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  5. KNIPHOFIA NORTHIAE

    Probably the most impressive of all red-hot-pokers. Massive, wide, heavy leaves make a solid, agave-like rosette from which arise very thick stemmed flower-spikes of yellow and orange. A stunning plant which improves with age. ... Learn More

    $4.03

  6. KNIPHOFIA RITUALIS

    A dwarf "Red-hot Poker" from the alpine zones of South Africa. Broad, stumpy spikes of bright orange flowers on very thick stems above a rosette of short fleshy broad leaves. Very lovely here. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  7. KNIPHOFIA TYPHOIDES

    A superb new form of "Red Hot Poker" with stout stems of bright red and yellow flowers with basal clumps of thick leathery leaves adding to the stately effect. ... Learn More

    $3.71

  8. KOELREUTERIA PANICULATA

    The "Golden Rain Tree" or "Pride of India" is a valuable, very rarely available, highly ornamental tree. Mature specimens produce enormous numbers of yellow flowers on foot-long panicles which later produce papery "Japanese Lantern" pods. The pinnately compound leaves open pink before turning gold in autumn. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  9. LABURNUM ANAGYROIDES

    The well-known laburnum tree produces long racemes of beautiful yellow flowers in early summer followed by pods full of black seeds which are poisonous. ... Learn More

    $3.07

  10. LACHENALIA PAUCIFOLIA

    Honey-scented pale to deep lilac flowers appear between lance shaped channeled leaves. Well suited to rockeries or good for display in small pots, this plant is native to the Western Cape Province in South Africa where it grows on coastal granite and limestone outcrops. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  11. LACHENALIA PUSTULATA

    With a vast array of flower colours, this is one of the most rewarding Cape winter-growing bulb to cultivate. Strong stems arising from two strap-like lanceolate leaves hold a dense array of pretty tubular flowers in all shades of purples mauves and maroon. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  12. LACHENALIA REFLEXA

    Unlike most lachenalias, these bright yellow urn-shaped flowers are born upright and only just push above the rosettes of strap-shaded leaves. These dwarf plants, from wet sandy flats in the south western Cape, are also ideal for pot culture, this species flowering over an extended period, stretching from the first week in June to the second week in October. ... Learn More

    $4.10

  13. LACTUCA PLUMIERI

    Lilac-blue 'dandelion' flowers are produced from June until August on strong, branching stems carrying shiny, lettuce-like leaves. Undoubtedly the most prominent of all "milk thistles", and soundly hardy and perennial. "A useful high plant in big beds". (G.S.T.) ... Learn More

    $3.14

  14. LAKE NASSER SQUASH

    These very pretty peach-sized squashes, for strictly ornamental purposes only, and of unknown identity, were discovered growing amidst marbled leaves in a single remote location along the shoreline of Lake Nasser in Egypt. ... Learn More

    $2.62

  15. LALLEMANTIA CANESCENS

    A rarely-seen alpine or rock garden plant originally from Iran with spikes of bluish-mauve flowers in midsummer contrasting well with blue/green leaves. These tough plants prefer to grow in full sun and a well drained soil. ... Learn More

    $2.62

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