All Flower Seeds

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  1. TULIPA BIFLORIFORMIS

    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

    $3.52

  2. TULIPA BUHSEANA

    Gorgeous, up-turned, golden-eyed, palest lemon-buttermilk flowers, with pointed petals, open on short stems amidst a few thin, strap-shaped leaves. These rare and choice desert tulips can sometimes be found in the deserts of Kazakhstan and also in Uzbekistan in the Kyzyl-Kum Mountains amongst fine breakstone, on stony mountain slopes. ... Learn More

    $4.74

  3. TULIPA CLUSIANA 'SHEILA'

    Warm bronze to golden shades make this uncommon long-stemmed species tulip a good choice for a mixed planting scheme, or will make a lovely display closely planted in a pot or container. The flowers will open their faces in full sun, but on more shady days the peachy tinge to the outside of the petals still provides colourful interest. ... Learn More

    $3.71

  4. TULIPA 'LADY JANE'

    Elegant, white, lily-like flowers are enhanced by the pink tinge on the outside of the petal, making it a quite spectacular feature in the early spring garden, and ideal for mixed planting with contrasting colours, maybe grape hyacinths or crocus. They are best planted densely to maximise the impact of colour, and in very well-drained soils, the bulbs can be left for next season without needing to lift them. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  5. TULIPA SAXATILIS

    Golden-eyed pink to lilac-purple cup-shaped blooms flatten to bi-colored stars on sunny days and then close as the sun sets. A seldom-seen plant, it is distributed from the southern Aegean Islands to western Turkey, and is therefore happy in a warm place, for example a sheltered spot near a brick or stone wall. It is one of the few tulips that grows well in USA zones 9 and 10. ... Learn More

    $4.54

  6. TULIPA SPRENGERI

    Strong clumps of glossy bright green leaves stand below goblet-shaped bright red flowers which are 5-6cm in length in early summer. This is the latest of all of the tulips to open its flowers and will self seed to make remarkable colonies in time. This most desirable, rare, late-blooming tulip which will grow in sun or shade, is very rarely for sale and then is often offered at more than £3 per bulb! ... Learn More

    $3.52

  7. TULIPA SYLVESTRIS

    Although this plant has been long-grown and naturalised in the UK, it is not in fact a native, having come from the Mediterranean region hundreds of years ago. It is now found in less than 50 localities throughout the UK, and it sadly seems to have gone out of fashion as a garden plant, which is very sad, as it makes attractive, bone-hardy clumps of thin-leaved flowers, all with pointed petals of brightest golden yellow, and which will indeed spread if given the chance to compete with more vigorous intruders! ... Learn More

    $3.20

  8. TULIPA TARDA

    This little gem is a dwarf, clump-forming species, bearing star-shaped, deep orange flowers with the petals tipped with cream and marked on the back red and green. Its main value is its very late flowering period, whilst it is also probably the best, most long-lived tulip species for rock gardens. This lovely archetype of tulips is the one most often found in the wilds of the Turkish mountains. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  9. TULIPA TURKESTANICA

    Pretty, star-shaped white flowers with deep golden yellow at their throats, 3-5cm across, are produced either singly or in racemes of up to a dozen, and are contrasted by thin straps of grey-green foliage. Flowering in mid March and best in full sun, it makes a perfect feature for the rock garden, or in containers on the patio for some early interest. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  10. TULIPA TURKESTANICA 'AMAN KUTA'

    Pretty star-shaped white flowers with deep golden yellow at their throats, 3-5cm across, are produced either singly or in racemes of up to a dozen, and are contrasted by thin straps of grey-green foliage. Flowering in mid March and best in full sun, they make a perfect feature for the rock garden or in containers, or even on the patio for some early interest. A native of Asia, this rare variety is found in the Aman Kuta mountain pass and can show coloured stamens, either black-tipped or purplish-black throughout. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  11. TULIPA URUMIENSIS

    This dwarf species from Iran and Turkey, with narrow leaves and bright golden yellow flowers which are bronzed on the outer side with reddish brown ribs, is a long-flowering miniature botanical tulip, which holds both its leaves & flowers close to the ground. April blooms are followed by ornamentally appealing seed heads. It is justly a recipient of the Award of Garden Merit. It is native to the northern shore of Lake Urumiya in Azarbaijan, and is named for that lake. It also grows along Lake Rezaiyeh in northwestern Iran. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  12. TULIPA VVEDENSKYI

    An extremely rare, low-growing tulip with surprisingly large flowers, in colours ranging from red to orange and yellow, with one color sometimes brushed over another. Originating from the mountains of Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, it is known to be one of the strongest tulips from that region, where it thrives at more than 2,000m/6,500ft. Specialist collectors and growers in the Netherlands have observed that it makes so-called sinkers or droppers, new bulbs that push down very deeply in the soil, presumably to seek protection from hostile weather. It is simply stunning and highly recommended as a "must have" tulip. ... Learn More

    $4.99

  13. TYPHA LATIFOLIA

    This well-known, deciduous, marginal water plant has upright, strap-shaped leaves and in late summer, bears dark cream, terminal flower heads, followed by large, ornamental, dark brown, sausage-shaped seed heads. These seem to almost explode if touched when they are ripe in the autumn and winter, when thousands of seeds are released which float away in the air. They have had numerous uses over the years including being used as torches when soaked in oil, and by children who use them as clubs when play-fighting. The latter use has caused many stern admonishments when children are finally discovered resembling snowmen! It is found as a native plant species in North and South America, Europe, Eurasia, and Africa. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  14. UMBILICUS RUPESTRIS

    Absolutely perfect for walls or crevices in your garden, this delightful plant produces fleshy round leaves with an uneven edge, spread at the base of the plant, from which emerge reddish stalks covered with tiny green flowers. A fascinating curiosity, this is the one you may have spotted many times out on your country walks and wondered "What is that?!" ... Learn More

    $2.94

  15. UNCINIA EGMONTIANA

    From Mount Egmont in New Zealand comes the prettiest hardy red grass growable from seed. Tight compact erect clumps of stiff arching crimson-bronze blades, from which arise narrow spikes of small, sharply pointed black seeds. In a well-drained border makes a superb statement! ... Learn More

    $3.65

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