All Flower Seeds

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    A rare and outstandingly pretty flower bearing green-veined, bright yellow flowers, which open above attractive, densely-lobed, matt green foliage. This clump-forming member of the buttercup family, a native of North American marshland, will appreciate damp conditions and makes an attractive display at the front of an herbaceous border. ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)


    A dwarf, compact species forming a small mound of delicate, shiny green leaves, above which open large, glistening, single yellow buttercups over several weeks. These plants are equally happy in sun or partial shade and will often bloom a second time in areas with cool summers. ... Learn More



    Very rare in cultivation (try Googling it) this miniature plant from Yunnan and Sichuan makes a tidy compact mound of green foliage from which arise bright yellow flowers on short stems of just a few inches, the flowers being very much like the equally splendid Trillius farreri but having distinctive purple sepals on the reverse. It is excellent for a moist rock garden or even as a show-winner if you can keep it shaded and cool enough to do of its best. ... Learn More



    Very large flowers with petals formed flat like a plate, open in spring above mounds of attractive shiny green foliage. A long-lived plant that is bone hardy in moist soil that does not dry out. ... Learn More



    The extremely rare and absolutely fabulous blue climbing nasturtium has thin twining stems which produce solid sheets of dazzling cobalt blue flowers from the leaf axils of delicate, attractively-lobed leaves. One of the most astonishing perennial plants of dry places in Chile, it dies down to deep resting tubers in winter which are best kept dry. It is one of the absolutely ultimate alpine house plants. We have been advised that seed will possibly not be available after next year. ... Learn More


    (6 seeds)


    From the leaf axils of the thin branching stems spring countless blood red-veined yellow flowers amidst attractively lobed delicate leaves. This rare hardy perennial climber from the high Andean mountains is perfect climbing through a dwarf conifer or on a climbing frame. It makes a perennial tuber, and being the hardiest of this choice group, it is much easier to please than the similar but red Tropaeolum speciosum. ... Learn More


    (6 seeds)


    This extremely rare plant is possibly not in cultivation and exists in profusion in just a few secret places in the southern Chilean Andes where these very few seeds have been grown in cultivation. Very perennial and hardy down to at least USA zone 8, it makes a steadily-increasing tuber which yearly produces scrambling stems bearing finely divided blue-green foliage beneath masses of five-petalled yellow flowers. In 1833 William Hooker and George Arnott described Tropaeolum polyphyllum subsp. gracile. This scarce plant, which resembles a dwarf T. polyphyllum both in growth and also smaller seed size, needs very well-drained soil or a large pot to perform at its best. Probably the last seeds we shall ever receive. ... Learn More


    (4 seeds)


    A perpetually popular nasturtium, this variety produces masses of deep-red, semi-double flowers over purple-green leaves. Superb in free-draining or sunny positions where they are ideal for covering unsightly banks or fences. ... Learn More


    (15 seeds)

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    T. majus is an annual climber which will scramble over the ground or up a support. Circular, wavy-edged leaves are supported, parasol-like, by a central stalk. The long-spurred flowers, in shades of red, yellow and orange, appear in summer and autumn. ... Learn More


    (40+ seeds)


    In cultivation for at least 80 years is this lovely dwarf old-fashioned cultivar, with dark bluish-green leaves, and flowers in shades of salmon and salmon-pink with a dark spot on the base of the upper petals. Both the rounded leaves and spurred flowers are edible. The almost endless supply of flowers are ideal for garden edges, herb gardens, covering banks, hanging baskets, and other containers. ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)


    Billowing trails of blue-grey leaves cascade along the ground or scramble through undergrowth, followed by an overwhelming display of golden yellow ochre flowers opening in June. This gorgeous Andean plant is astonishing when its deeply tunneling hardy roots are established on a hot well-drained bank, and although it improves quite slowly over the years it is well worth the wait. Very few good seeds available. ... Learn More


    (4 seeds)


    Sheets of dazzling scarlet flowers cascading amidst pretty, delicate, divided leaves, adorn this gorgeous plant throughout midsummer. This fabulous Chilean native prefers peat to be incorporated into the soil, when it will make countless, long-lived hardy tubers. It is happiest when planted under dark shrubs, when it will soon establish and scramble over them, especially boring evergreen ones that have either finished, or are yet to flower. Finally, in late summer and autumn, bright blue shiny berries are formed. Just a few hundred fresh seeds are collected here every autumn! We collect less and less each year.....PLEASE NOTE: Limited stock. Maximum 3 packets per customer ... Learn More


    (4 seeds)


    From the Western Mediterranean comes this beautiful xeric plant with semi-woody branches and glossy leaves with marked veins, all topped by showy, golden-eyed, lemon-yellow flowers. It will perform best in a rich, well-drained soil in a sunny spot throughout the year. ... Learn More



    Lovely white flowers with a golden star at the centre, show off a cluster of yellow stamens with a tiny black tip. This really is a rarely-seen and unusual flower, larger than most other forms of species tulip, and with wider leaves than usual too. As with other species tulips, the flowers will only open out fully when they stand in full sun. However, the outside of the petals on this interesting plant are flushed with a rich red shade so you are guaranteed a display of colour even on shady days. ... Learn More


    (8 seeds)


    Deepest blood-red cup-shaped flowers on short stems open in earliest spring . Growing wild on the stony hills of North West Iran, it is happy in cold gardens, but like most wild tulips it is best kept in a well-drained spot in the summer. There is no need to lift it as it will happily grow, and indeed spread, in the same position for many years. Richard Wilford in his indispensible book "Tulips" writes “This really is one of the most alluring of the smaller tulip species.” ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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