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  1. WILD FLOWER MIX - MEADOW MIXTURE

    Our general purpose mix of British wild meadow flowers consisting of over 20 varieties. Includes Meadow Buttercup, White Campion, Cowslip, Sorrell, Kidney Vetch, Yarrow, Yellow-Rattle, Salad Burnet, Oxeye Daisy among others. (Generic wild flower picture for illustrative purposes only) ... Learn More

    $2.38

  2. WILD FLOWER MIX - SHADED AREA

    100% native British wild flower species suitable for growing in shaded areas. Species include Agrimony, Wild Angelica, Hedge Bedstraw, Nettle-leaved Bellflower, Red Campion, Hedge Woundwort, Wood Avens etc (Generic wild flower picture for illustrative purposes only). ... Learn More

    $2.38

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    WITHANIA SOMNIFERA

    This short, tender shrub has elliptical green leaves, producing small bell-shaped, five-petaled flowers and small red berries. Preferring a sheltered spot in full sun, this plant will grow well after all chance of frost is gone, but would need to be brought inside the green house to overwinter, or grown again from seed. The berries are very popular with birds! ... Learn More

    $3.38

    (10 seeds)

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    WODYETIA BIFURCATA

    With long leaves, radiating out from each leaf stem, giving them a fox tail-like appearance, white flowers blossom, followed by clusters of orange -red fruit. This spectacular palm, native to Queensland, is great for growing in pots and containers on a sunny patio or in a conservatory or greenhouse. It is tender to frost so needs to be brought inside during the colder winter months. The Foxtail Palm remained undiscovered until 1978 when an Aboriginal man brought this species to the attention of authorities. It is now named after him 'Wodyeti'. ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (1 seeds)

  5. WULFENIA CARINTHIACA

    A rare and seldom-seen plant, native to the Albanian Alps, forming a stunning low evergreen rosette of long shiny leaves, with crinkled or scalloped edges. Taller stems arise, bearing spikes of sizeable, deep-blue tubular flowers during the summer. To thrive it is imperative that it has a rich and gritty soil that stays evenly moist. This unique and protected plant is endemic to the Gartnerkofel mountain of the Carnic Alps on the Austrian-Italian border where it was discovered in 1779 by Franz Xaver von Wulfen, after whom it is named. ... Learn More

    $3.60

    (30+ seeds)

  6. WURMBEA STRICTA

    A rarely-seen or offered scarcity, clusters of star-shaped purple flowers top a reed-like stem in the spring. Does best in full sun but thrives in a damp environment and will tolerate up to 5mm of water above the soil. A good pond marginal, it can tolerate some frost but prefers protection from severe conditions. ... Learn More

    $3.96

    (10 seeds)

  7. WYETHIA ANGUSTIFOLIA

    Large sunflower-like heads sit atop hairy stems with large leaves that grow to 50cm. This very rarely seen and most unusual native Californian flower is found in grasslands and open meadow habitats where it is one of the food plants for Goldfinches who feast on its seeds, whilst butterflies will come for the nectar! ... Learn More

    $3.29

    (10 seeds)

  8. XERANTHEMUM ANNUUM 'LUMINA DOUBLE MIXED'

    A fast growing, wiry stemmed annual with crisp petalled, papery flower heads in shades of purple, rose and white. Extremely pretty, they are simply charming in borders, as a cut flower or dried for floral arrangements later in the year. ... Learn More

    $2.87

    (200 seeds)

  9. XEROPHYLLUM TENAX

    The outstandingly attractive feature of these plants is the stunning, tightly-packed clumps of white flowers which arise on a tall spike making a superb specimen plant actually related to lilies. This grass-like perennial has narrow foliage forming a stout tussock, which is often burnt right back by wildfires in their native habitat, but quickly re-sprouts and often flowers afterwards. In the old USA the leaves have long been used to make baskets and carriers. Superb as dot plants, they are also suited to a large rockery, container or mixed border, where they are sure to impress and mystify even the most seasoned of plant enthusiasts. The name Bear grass, comes from observations that bears like to eat the young fleshy stems. This plant is also related to the Veratrum and Melianthum and distantly related to Yucca, which it somewhat resembles. ... Learn More

    $2.74

    (20 seeds)

  10. YUCCA FILAMENTOSA

    Towering spikes of fragrant, white, bell-shaped flowers appear in July and August above clumps of stiff, dark green, lance-shaped leaves. Adam's needle makes an excellent focal point for a sunny, well-drained Mediterranean-style garden. A gravel mulch accentuates the architectural foliage and helps to protect the crown of the plant from frost damage. The leaves have sharp tips and serrated edges, so it's best not planted where you are going to brush past it. Though all Yuccas appreciate a good amount of sun and well drained soil, they are fairly low maintenance and as such need fairly little watering. ... Learn More

    $3.60

    (15+ seeds)

  11. YUCCA RIGIDA

    A truly divine plant, midsized and similar to Yucca rostrata but with wider, rigid, bright blue-grey leaves, complemented by clusters of pure white flowers in late-spring. It is native to northeastern Mexico and will withstand heat, drought and moderate to quite severe freezes. It’s perfect for adding a touch of drama to the garden and does well in exotic and tropical planting schemes. Grow in a very free-draining soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. Although hardier than most yuccas, it may need protection in winter, particularly from wet conditions. Alternatively, grow in a pot, which you can move indoors in autumn. ... Learn More

    $4.37

    (20 seeds)

  12. YUCCA ROSTRATA

    This striking architectural plant produces an abundance of thin glaucus, silver grey leaves which continue to form from the centre eventually forming a trunk which can reach up to four metres in height. They can also produce a large flowering spike from the centre every few years. The species is native to Texas, Chihuahua and Coahuila. A very popular plant in a tropical or exotic themed garden due to being quite tolerant of the average UK winter. ... Learn More

    $4.33

    (10 seeds)

  13. ZANTEDESCHIA AETHIOPICA

    From architectural clumps of thick, bright green, arrow-shaped leaves arise serene white flowers (actually spathes). As well as being a superb garden plant this can be a wonderful architectural plant for pond margins. It is native to southern and east Africa in Lesotho, South Africa, Swaziland, Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya and Madeira. The Royal Horticultural Society has awarded it the prestigious Award of Garden Merit. (AGM.) ... Learn More

    $4.21

    (8 seeds)

  14. ZEA JAPONICA

    An excellent item for dot planting. Beautiful variegated leaves in striations of white, pink, purple and all shades of green. Absolutely striking in a container or the back of a mixed border. Ornamental Corn is excellent to dry and use in autumn bouquets (combine with fresh flowers) and dried flower arrangements. Just cut off the cobs and remove the surplus leaves and hang them upside down in a cool environment with some draught. ... Learn More

    $4.82

    (5 seeds)

  15. ZEPHYRANTHES PRIMULINA

    Native to the Gulf of Mexico region, this hard-to-find species is a truly elegant rain lily with long, dark green foliage and long stems ending in lovely, narrow-petalled, pale yellow flowers, red-blushed on the exterior, fading into a pink-peach colour. Surprisingly, this species grows well in wet to very dry soils. ... Learn More

    $3.48

    (10 seeds)

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