All Flower Seeds

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  1. SWERTIA BIMACULATA

    This rare and very pretty wildflower, which is native to eastern Himalayas and China, bears flowers which are yellowish-white with cobalt-blue spots, each petal having two yellow-green spots, which are actually nectaries. The "Double-Spotted Swertia" is found beside streams, and in swamps, meadows and forests, at altitudes of up to 3000 meters. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  2. SWERTIA KINGII

    An imposing newcomer from the mountain meadows of the eastern Himalayas, this beautiful gentian relative bears a marked resemblance to a lily, with exquisite star-shaped greenish-white flowers which are delicately pencilled in green. It needs good rich soil that does not dry out to really make an impressive statement. Few seeds. ... Learn More

    $4.61

  3. SWIETENIA MACROPHYLLA

    The most commercially important of the mahoganies, or 'sky fruit', this tree is found in dim areas around peninsular Malaysia and the South Pacific Solomon Islands. An evergreen tree, its big fruit has a hard shell and thin inner layer, which grows upright on the branch side. When ripe and orange-yellow in colour, the fruit splits on its own, with each valve showing two rows of seeds. It was known as the 'queen of plants', for its health benefits in the Solomon Islands for generations, where the local people have used it for more than a thousand years to treat a huge variety of diseases. It is rich in active ingredients such as flavonoids and saponins for anti-bacterial inflammation, and is said to repair tissue, promote blood circulation, and regulate blood pressure and sugar levels. The essential oils which are extracted from its seeds are also used to re-vitalise skin. Indeed, the entire plant can be used. Finally, and most importantly, Mahogany has a straight, fine and even grain, free of voids and pockets with its reddish-brown color darkening over time. It displays a reddish sheen when polished, has excellent workability, and is very durable, making it a favourable wood for crafting cabinets and furniture. ... Learn More

    $4.35

  4. SYMPHORICARPOS ALBUS

    During early summer, the clusters of green-white to pink flowers start to bloom amongst the attractive blue-green leaves, followed by clusters of white, conspicuous, round fruits, 1-2cm in diameter, which persist into the autumn. This bushy, rounded shrub can make a fast-growing, multi-stemmed deciduous hedge which spreads by suckers underground. It is an important winter food source for quail, pheasant, and grouse, but is considered poisonous to humans, as the berries contain the isoquinoline alkaloid chelidonine, as well as other alkaloids and should not be eaten. Ingesting the berries causes mild symptoms of vomiting, dizziness, and slight sedation in children. ... Learn More

    $3.14

  5. SYMPHYANDRA WANNERI

    This lovely campanula relative makes a naturally compact mound covered in masses of long and slightly tubular, violet bell shaped flowers. On a scree or gravel pathway it can seed around but should never ever become a nuisance. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  6. SYMPHYANDRA ARMENA

    This campanula relative carries masses of lavender bell flowers and deeply-toothed jagged leaves on a fine network of branching stems forming an attractive dome. Superb for a hot rockery and long-lived if allowed room to grow. ... Learn More

    $3.20

  7. SYMPHYANDRA CRETICA

    Mid-blue bells in great profusion completely cover a dome of much-branching thin stems clad in small pointed leaves in spring and early summer. A truly perennial plant of great value but sadly rarely offered. ... Learn More

    $3.07

  8. SYMPHYANDRA HOFMANNII

    From a compact basal rosette of toothed leaves rises a dividing system of branches, heavily hung with large cream bell-shaped flowers. This pretty Bosnian campanula relative should gently self-seed, giving glorious drifts in future years. ... Learn More

    $2.94

  9. SYMPHYANDRA ZANGEZURA

    Another attractive campanula relative making a solid mound of jagged-edged leaves on spreading and dividing stems which, in early summer, bear countless white-eyed, blue bells along they lengths. A perfect plant for a stony rockery or front of border. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  10. SYMPHYTUM IBERICUM 'SPRING GOLD'

    Early rosettes of bright golden leaves brighten up the spring garden with snowdrops and crocuses. Later appear the pale blue and pink flowers. This form comes true from seed, viable seeds being very few and very difficult to collect! ... Learn More

    $5.06

  11. SYMPHYTUM OFFICINALE

    Comfrey is an important herb in organic gardening being used as a fertilizer and also for many purported medicinal uses. This marvelous herb is one of the best-known healing herbs of all times, well-known, and widely used by early Greeks and Romans, its very name, symphytum, from the Greek symphyo means to "make grow together", referring to its traditional use of healing fractures. Comfrey relieves pain and inflammation caused by injuries and degeneration, especially the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis whilst comfrey creams and oils can be used in arthritic pain relieving massages. ... Learn More

    $2.62

  12. SYMPHYTUM 'SKY-BLUE-PINK'

    This unusual form of the old cottage garden plant (Symphytum grandiflorum) is one of the first spring flowers to appear in March. Short, rough stems bearing hairy leaves carry terminal bunches of long pink buds opening to blue and white tubular flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  13. SYRINGA WOLFII

    One of the most very beautiful of all of the twenty species of lilac, this variety bears arching panicles of scented, lilac-mauve flowers in early to mid summer which are particularly large, broad, multi-stemmed and very strongly fragrant. These are exceptional as they can also vary from white to various shades of violet and purple-red, with even bi-coloured shrubs occuring. The individual flowers are horn-shaped, with four petals, each one attractively pointed. It blooms about two week after the common lilac (S. vulgaris), two species coming from Europe, the remainder mainly from eastern Asia where it grows naturally in Manchuria, Korea and the Russian Far East in the rocky mountain shrub layer, often in forests and river valleys. Despite its beauty, it has remained largely unknown in the West, but we have procured some valuable fresh seeds. ... Learn More

    $4.54

  14. TACCA CHANTRIERI

    The 'Bat Plant'. A bizarre but quite beautiful plant with aspidistra-like foliage and large, darkest purple, almost black flowers which resemble Batman's cape. The most intriguing features though are the bunches of long 'whiskers' protruding from the centre. ... Learn More

    $4.03

  15. TACCA CHANTRIERI 'GREEN ISLE'

    An unusual and rarely offered variety that has intriguing dusky green blooms with bat-like, long green tentacles. In colder climates they make excellent pot plants if planted indoors in well-drained loam. The long lasting inflorescence are also good as cut flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.78

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