All Flower Seeds

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  1. RUELLIA CILIATA

    Masses of five-petalled, thin-bodied, flared lavender trumpets open in midsummer on many-branching stems. This plant demands good soil and a sheltered spot but will impress all who see it and is a good plant to baffle the experts! Very few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.60

    (5 seeds)

  2. RUELLIA HUMILIS

    The "night flowering wild petunia" is a hardy and rarely seen relative of the lovely well-known acanthus. It bears funnel-shaped purple flowers typical of a Mexican petunia, on dividing twiggy stems which are evergreen in mild winters. ... Learn More

    $3.48

    (25 seeds)

  3. RUELLIA TUBEROSA

    A perennial herb with several erect stems growing to 30 cm tall. With small, entire leaves and attractive, purplish blue flowers, it is a popular, easily grown ornamental. ... Learn More

    $3.60

    (50 seeds)

  4. RUMEX SANGUINEUS

    The "Bloody Dock" is useful in spite of its unattractive name. Rosettes of attractive, fresh green leaves, distinctively lined in purple, and which are good to eat like spinach, sprout forth long sprays of reddish-brown flowers which are good for drying. ... Learn More

    $2.20

    (30+ seeds)

  5. RUPICAPNOS AFRICANA

    Basal clumps of shiny grayish blue, linear to oval leaves arise in early spring above which are displayed attractive racemes of pinkish purple flowers with dark purple tips which bloom freely all summer. Closely allied to Corydalis, Rupicapnos is a genus of seven species of plants that occur in southern Spain and north-western Africa and can be perfectly grown as long as they get hot overhead sun as they do in their native countries. ... Learn More

    $4.51

    (5 seeds)

  6. RUSCUS ACULEATUS

    This mysterious, and very rarely-seen plant makes attractive compact bushes of rigid, branched stems bearing evergreen spiny leaves, and bears greenish flowers followed by sizeable gorgeous red berries throughout the winter and following spring! Quite incredibly, it is a member of the lily family! For hundreds of years herbalists have used butcher's broom in the treatment of various ailments. And presumably butchers-of-old used branches to clean their work tops with the sharp foliage? For the chemists amongst you, Butcher's Broom contains 0.8-1.5% quinolizidine alkaloids, principally sparteine which inhibits the passing of sodium ions across the cell membrane and thus is an effective anti-arrhythmic substance. It is is frequently used in its sulphate form as an oxytocic drug - a substance which stimulates contraction of the uterine smooth muscle. sparteine also appears to extend the diastole. But we do not recommend experimenting without first consulting your doctor! Very few valuable fertile seeds are produced and we pick them individually from our plants, with only one large seed per berry, hence the high price. ... Learn More

    $3.60

    (3 seeds)

  7. RUTA GRAVEOLENS VARIEGATA

    This is the extremely attractive variegated form of the fragrant herb "rue". Although it is a favourite for flavouring dishes, it is also an excellent evergreen dwarf shrub for a hot spot. When cut back hard every third spring it makes a superb foliage specimen. ... Learn More

    $3.48

    (20+ seeds)

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    SABAL PALMETTO

    This is a tall, single stemmed, slow growing palm from the South-eastern states of the US, and has compact, spherical heads of many fan-shaped leaves to 2m long. A sub-tropical or warm temperate palm, they require a hot humid climate in the summer to grow well but they are nonetheless very hardy and in the winter are capable of surviving temperatures down to at least -14 C. A very tough and hardy palm all round, being tolerant to both salt, wind and poor drainage, making it suitable for coastal gardens. ... Learn More

    $3.60

    (10 seeds)

  9. SALVIA AMPLEXICAULIS

    A lovely plant discovered on the Alpine Garden Society M.E.S.E. 1999 Expedition. Whorls of violet bracts and flowers on branching stems which carry fragrant leaves. ... Learn More

    $2.50

  10. SALVIA ARGENTEA

    Spikes of pinkish white flowers stand above rosettes of soft grey foliage at the base, which can spread to form good ground cover and also make an excellent foil for neighbouring plants. This elegant clary will do best in dappled shade. Flower spikes are displayed from July to August and are best removed after flowering to prolong the display and to keep the plant strong. Does best in warm well-drained soil! ... Learn More

    $3.48

    (20+ seeds)

  11. SALVIA CANDIDISSIMA

    Several small stems grow almost horizontally from the roots before bearing upright inflorescences which carry apple-green, hairy leaves and creamy white flowers which are sometimes tipped with a yellow lip. It grows in western Greece, parts of Turkey and Iraq, and Iran, usually between 2000-6500 feet elevation and is frost hardy but desires a dryish sheltered spot in winter. ... Learn More

    $3.54

    (15 seeds)

  12. SALVIA CERATOPHYLLA

    Multiple, strong dividing stems, with a self-supporting growth habit, carry simple, fragrant, broad leaves, with candelabra-fashion arrays of protruding, snow-white flowers opening along their lengths. One of the sources of the essential oil, Linalool, this plant, one of the aromatic medicinal plants, grows in the E. Mediterranean to Afghanistan, and on the mountains of Israel. It is used in Jordanian folk medicine for the treatment of microbial infections, malaria, inflammation and even to disinfect homes after sickness. ... Learn More

    $3.54

  13. SALVIA COCCINEA

    Fiery red flowers are displayed along the length of long mid-green stems with an interesting square cross-section, and emerge from a profusion of attractive, smallish, almost triangular, deeply veined, perfumed foliage. This attractive perennial will make a fine display shining out from the mid- to rear sections of your border, or as a fine specimen plant in a large container. In a hot dry spot, once established it is almost indestructible, flowering away when most others have shrivelled. And even if it is cut back by a hard winter it invariably re-shoots the following spring. ... Learn More

    $3.11

    (100+ seeds)

  14. SALVIA CYANESCENS

    This superb perennial shrub, native to Iran and Turkey, was introduced to horticulture in 1959. It is an excellent plant, both for the foliage and for the flowers, which can handle heat, drought, winds, and a fair amount of cold down to -15C. From large velvety-white leaves in loose rosettes, arise thin branched spikes, bearing celestial violet-blue flowers that seem very much too large for the plant! This is a fabulous salvia for warm and dry spots, small, slow growing, but also long-lived and tough. Whether in garden or container it will please enormously. ... Learn More

    $3.05

    (20 seeds)

  15. SALVIA FARINACEA DEEP BLUE

    A compact, upright, half-hardy perennial to 50cm tall that is usually grown as an annual with lance-shaped leaves and spikes of deep blue flowers with white eyes borne from summer into early autumn ... Learn More

    $2.20

    (200 seeds)

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