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  1. OENOTHERA ODORATA

    Vast, three inch, fragrant lemon-yellow saucers open actually in the daytime on this adorable back-of-the-border plant, which is unusual in that the flowers open during the day time when they can be best admired. Evening primrose oil, derived from the seeds, is a well-known source of gamma linoleic acid (GLA), said to be a good dietary supplement for women in particular. The small drop of this nutrient in every seed serves as a readily available energy boost for the plant, allowing it to germinate and grow faster than its competitors. ... Learn More

    $3.42

  2. OENOTHERA ODORATA 'APRICOT DELIGHT'

    Vast three inch fragrant lemon-yellow saucers slowly change colour through apricot to pink with age. This adorable back-of-the-border plant is unusual in that the flowers open during the day time when they can be best admired. Evening primrose oil, derived from the seeds, is a well-known source of gamma linoleic acid (GLA), said to be a good dietary supplement for women in particular. The small drop of this nutrient in every seed serves as a readily available energy boost for the plant, allowing it to germinate and grow faster than its competitors. ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (150+ seeds)

  3. OENOTHERA SPECIOSA 'COPPER CANYON'

    In spring and summer appears a long succession of large, fragrant, pale pink flowers, whilst the previous day's flowers fold up and turn red. We discovered this new plant in 2003 in a damp meadow, 7,000 feet above Copper Canyon in Southern Mexico. ... Learn More

    $3.42

    (160+ seeds)

  4. OENOTHERA SPECIOSA 'PINK PETTICOATS'

    Large, saucer-shaped, darker veined, fragrant, icing pink flowers shade to a white centre with golden stamens. The choicest and largest flower of the small "evening primroses" - these are free-flowering and open by day, bearing soft, shell-pink blooms which fade to white in the centre and are veined in a deeper pink. (Also called O. speciosa) ... Learn More

    $3.81

  5. OENOTHERA VERSICOLOR 'SUNSET BOULEVARD'

    This fast-growing smasher has strong stems of flowers with orange petals ageing to red giving a striking display. It is often, and understandably, mistaken for a "Crown Imperial Fritillary" when in full bloom! ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (500+ seeds)

  6. OLSYNIUM JUNCEUM

    Compact star-bursts of pretty, bright icing-pink flowers open from April to July on these lovely dwarf iris relatives that have thin, grass-like leaves and indeed were originally called "sisyrinchiums". We originally collected seed of this plant on our Expedition to Chile in 1994 where they grew on sunny, rocky slopes at altitudes that ranged from 1000 to 2600m above sea level. These pretty plants can bloom the first year grown from seeds, but will display their best from the second year on. They make superb rock garden plants, as well as being perfect for pots and containers, where they will ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (10 seeds)

  7. OMPHALODES CAPPADOCICA

    Rarely seen or offered, and exceedingly beautiful, "Blue-eyed Mary" is one of the most desirable spring plants. Sprays of bright blue flowers on darker stems open from earliest spring to early summer, over a slowly creeping, but staying compact, semi evergreen carpet of shiny leaves. It is fabulous in a damp shady corner, but will perform well in most aspects. Viable seed falls of quickly and is very rarely offered as little is produced, so we collect every seed here! (R.H.S. Award of Garden Merit) ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (8 seeds)

  8. OMPHALODES LINIFOLIA

    A quite spectacular small plant with grey-green leaves, above which arise profuse sprays of faintly sweet-scented, pure white, golden-eyed flowers all summer long. This lovely thing will very gently self-seed around the garden but never, ever becomes a nuisance here! Unsurprisingly it is an 'AGM' Award Winner. ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (10 seeds)

  9. ONOPORDUM ACANTHIUM

    This is truly one of the most impressive plants you can grow in the UK if you can give it room. Candelabras of large mauve flowers open on much-branching white woolly stems which arise from a huge grey spiky rosette in spring. ... Learn More

    $3.42

    (25 seeds)

  10. ONOSMA NANA

    From the high limestone cliffs of Turkey comes this rare little plant with pendulous clusters of palest yellow flowers from May to August. En-masse these resemble melting wax, and as they age they turn blue and pink. The foliage consists of a small cushion of bristly tufted stems, with densely hairy narrow spoon shaped leaves. This perfect plant for a sunny, well drained site in a crevice, wall, raised bed or a scree sets very few good seeds. ... Learn More

    $5.10

    (8 seeds)

  11. OPHIOPOGON INTERMEDIUS

    Small spikes of silvery-mauve flowers open above grass-like evergreen leaves, before maturing into attractive bright blue berries. This unusual plant, NOT a grass, but an unlikely member of the lily family, is stolon forming and tuft forming, and in time will make a spreading, weed-stifling carpet of evergreen foliage! It is superior to Ophiopogon japonicus, a Mondo Grass that has become increasingly popular in the last few years, particularly among garden designers. In the wild it has a wide distribution from the Himalayas to Taiwan. ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (10 seeds)

  12. OREOMYRRHIS ARGENTEA

    Superb, slow-growing, tight cushions of fine silver leaves produce tight buds with pale pink flowers. Preferring a dry sunny spot, this is a rare and unique plant only available in small numbers. ... Learn More

    $4.19

    (12 seeds)

  13. ORNITHOGALUM MAGNUM

    Three-foot-tall scapes bear large, waxy, white, green-striped blooms with yellow stamens in late May and June. This long-lived, easily cultivated and well-behaved, giant snowdrop relative is perfect for the sunny perennial border. On sunless days the blooms will remain closed, rendering them invisible, their petals blending in with the flower stalks. But as soon as the sun appears, a burst of brilliant white stars and bells will dazzle your eyes! A common name for these sun lovers is "Sleepy Dick" (?), referring to their usually late-in-the-day “awakening”. It is a complete puzzlement why th ... Learn More

    $3.03

  14. ORNITHOGALUM PYRENAICUM

    Tall slender spikes of starry pale green and white flowers appear extremely early in the year, sometimes as early as Christmas. This rare and fascinating British native has the extraordinary quality of having young flower shoots which may be eaten as a vegetable, similar to asparagus. The common name "Bath Asparagus" comes from the fact it was once abundant near the English city of the same name. ... Learn More

    $3.42

    (15 seeds)

  15. OROBANCHE HEDERAE

    An amazing, non-chlorophyll producing, parasitic plant, attaching itself to the roots of its host plant without actually harming it. Produces bizarely beautiful, orchid-like, purple-veined cream flowers on wax-like stems. ... Learn More

    $2.90

    (2000+ seeds)

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