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    An extremely lovely and unusual climber. Boomerang-shaped leaves on twining stems carrying strikingly beautifully marked, purple-green inflated flowers. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)


    These elegant and unusual climbers bear large, yellow-throated flowers which are intricately marked with reddish-purple and take the form of a "Sherlock Holmes' pipe", and grow from the leaf axils. Once established they are very long-lived. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)


    This tall, hairless slender twiner, native to Brazil, bears extremely outrageous, almost sensuous blooms, which are patterned with a rippling network of burgundy, red, and purple over a creamy-yellow background, the two lips giving an impression of a gaping mouth, the species name 'ringens' meaning snarling in Latin. This rugged and robust vine will also do well in a container with regular watering. If you happen to be going there on holiday, the roots of this plant are well known as an antidote for snake bites in New Granada. But please do not rely on this cure......... ... Learn More


    (15 seeds)


    This dwarf alpine form makes a very dense bun or cushion of needle-like leaves with soft pink balls of flowers, which are held just over the foliage. It thrives in a gravel scree garden, or alpine trough where it can be best admired. RHS AGM winner ... Learn More


    (12+ seeds)

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    Armeria Maritima 'Morning Star White,' a stunning perennial plant that brings timeless elegance to your garden. With its compact size and pure white blooms, this variety of Sea Thrift is a versatile addition to any landscape. Sea Thrift boasts a neat, mounding habit, reaching a height of 6-8 inches with a spread of 12-18 inches. Its pure white flowers bloom in late spring to early summer, creating a visually striking display. This perennial thrives in full sun and well-drained, sandy soil, making it an excellent choice for various garden settings. Hardy in zones 4-8, the Armeria Maritima 'Mor ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    Armeria pseudarmeria 'Ballerina Red,' commonly known as Ballerina Red Thrift, adds a burst of vibrant color to your planting. Belonging to the Plumbaginaceae family, this particular variety of thrift is prized for its charming, globe-shaped flower clusters and compact, mounded habit. Originating from the mountainous regions of southern and central Europe. 'Ballerina Red' is named for its striking, globe-shaped flower heads, which appear in late spring to early summer. The flowers, borne on slender stems rising above the grassy foliage, are a brilliant shade of red, creating a visually arre ... Learn More


    (20+ seeds)


    This is thought to be the world's healthiest fruit! The berries, with very few seeds, should be very ripe indeed before they are eaten, and have a strong, delicious, and quite unique taste. But its most popular use is in juices, sauces, smoothies and summer puddings! Incredibly tough and hardy, it is long-lived, easy to grow, and extremely productive, and truly is a fruit of the future! With an amazing three times more xanthocyanins and antioxidants than blueberries and blackcurrants, (allegedly a highest proportion than any other known plant), and also polyphenols, bioflavonoids, tannins and ... Learn More


    (35 seeds)


    Low growing grassy native which is a mass of small white flowers in spring & summer. Ideal for well drained, sunny conditions. Excellent for coastal areas & mass plantings. Hardy to most soils & climates. Protect from heavy frost. 25cm x 20cm. Arthropodium candidum 'Rubrum' (Dwarf Rock Lily) - An easily grown bulbous perennial from New Zealand with 8 inch tall thin grass-like fleshy leaves that are bronze spotted-brown above and a grey-green below. Plants multiply rapidly from small white bulbs and through reseeding to form dense clumps. In summer months appear starry white flowers on wiry ... Learn More


    (60+ seeds)


    This attractive lily has flower stalks which can be more than two feet in length, bearing many white six-petalled flowers, in groups of two or three, each about 2 cm across. The stamens are tricoloured - purple and white, with yellow at the curled end. The rhizomes are edible, and were used as food by the Maori people of old. ... Learn More



    Another multi-talented performer. The prettiest foliage of all aroids, arrow-shaped waxy looking leaves marbled and veined in cream and grey, are produced in winter and are much sought after by flower arrangers. In spring cream and purplish spathes ("flowers"), give way to a stunning display of large orange berries (July-Sept.) on stout stems, the effect accentuated, as all foliage has by now disappeared. ... Learn More


    (12+ seeds)


    An enormous spathe of deep rich purple-black surrounds a spadix of almost jet black. Large, polished, deep-green leaves lay below, and in addition, this plant allegedly does not have the bad smell associated with this group. Discovered as recently as 1987, this new and very rare species is one of the most attractive of all Arums and is found only in a small area of South West Crete. Very few good seeds collected. ... Learn More


    (4 seeds)


    In June, low clumps of fresh green leaves as finely cut as parsley, support a forest of wiry flower stems carrying tiny astilbe-like heads of small creamy-white flowers. By September they are still attractive, with barren heads tinted a light chestnut, while seed-bearing heads are dark, shining brown with foliage developing pink and reddish autumn tints. ... Learn More



    A handsome hummock forming perennial with finely cut foliage, bearing striking, branching plumes of creamy white flowers in midsummer. ... Learn More



    The spreading arms of this delightful prostrate trailing snapdragon have small soft hairy grey leaves. Large yellow-and-red blotched, lemon coloured "snapdragons" are produced for many months throughout the summer. This gorgeous creeper sometimes self-seeds without ever becoming a nuisance. ... Learn More


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    Asarum caudatum, commonly known as Western Wild Ginger, emerges as a distinctive and understated perennial herb native to the western regions of North America. As a member of the Aristolochiaceae family, this woodland gem is celebrated for its unique flowers and lush foliage. Western Wild Ginger is characterized by its heart-shaped leaves, which carpet the forest floor in a dense, low-growing manner. The glossy, dark green leaves provide a rich backdrop for the plant's inconspicuous yet intriguing flowers. The leaves emit a subtle, earthy fragrance when brushed against, adding to the plant' ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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