All Flower Seeds

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  1. TULIPA TURKESTANICA

    In earliest spring this spectacular ornamental plant bears white to palest pink fragrant flowers, carrying sharply-pointed, slightly pleated petals, with a prominent yellow centre. These lovely specimens come from high places in Turkestan, Iran and north west China. ... Learn More

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  2. 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

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  3. 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

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  4. 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

    $3.79

  5. UNCINIA ERINACEA

    From the wet mountains of Chile comes this unusual grass, a member of the "Hook-Sedge" family. Tight clumps of erect green blades sprout forth arching stems with plump, brown seed heads laden with 'hooky' seeds which will cling on to your socks or even onto the hairs on your arms or legs (gentlemen only). In a spot on its own makes an attractive specimen, but watch the dog! ... Learn More

    $2.79

  6. UNCINIA HOOKY BULLRUSH

    This attractive hardy grass has survived and thrived in our gardens from our 1994 expedition to Chile (and has only now been released!). Collected (RB 94132) at 4000ft from soaking-wet woodland at Anticura on the Argentine border is this very attractive, and still unidentified, large-headed hook sedge. ... Learn More

    $3.52

  7. UROSPERMUM DALECHAMPII

    Very rarely seen and seldom offered is this lovely flower from the Mediterranean where it forms a neat rosette of wavy-edged leaves slowly spreading into clumps, and opening continuously over an all-summer-long period, gorgeous, black-eyed, soft lemon-yellow flowers, two inches or so across with beautifully and geometrically arranged petals and a ruff of hairy leaves half way up the flower stems. Although a rare alpine plant it makes a superb rockery or border specimen. ... Learn More

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  8. VACCINIUM MERIDIONALE

    The Andean Blueberry is found naturally across Peru, Colombia, Venezuela and into the Caribbean. The plant grows in thickets and woodland margins on mountain sides and the fruit (which are related to the cultivated blueberry) are often eaten locally as a jelly or used in pies and tarts. ... Learn More

    $3.19

  9. VELTHEIMIA BRACTEATA

    This winter-flowering perennial plant is in full bloom when other flowers have withered away. Dense racemes of tubular flowers are carried on a long stalk above handsome glossy, green, fleshy leaves. The colour of the flowers can vary from pale pink, dusky pink and orange-pink to deep rose pink, and is occasionally greenish-yellow. The flowers are held upright when in tight bud and are pendent when open and the tips of the flowers are sometimes green or spotted with green. They grow in the wild in areas of South Africa, the Mediterranean, S.W. Asia, and the Eastern Cape. In cultivation they grow in the shade, often without much water, and can prosper in low temperatures. ... Learn More

    $4.26

  10. VERATRUM ALBUM

    From an impressive rosette of large pleated leaves arises a strong branching stem carrying pale greenish-yellow starry flowers. This slow-growing but long-lived aristocratic plant will improve slowly over the years. ... Learn More

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  11. VERATRUM NIGRUM

    A superb, very long lived border plant, with strong spikes arising from leathery green leaves and carrying dark purple, almost black, star-shaped flowers. This superb lily relative will improve in stature and size over the years if planted in well-prepared ground. ... Learn More

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  12. VERATRUM VIRIDE

    Unusual green flowers open in sprays on tall, strong stems which arise from basal rosettes of large leaves. The young plant looks much like a large celery-green bud with deep parallel veins, and as it grows, the leaves swirl around the plant in an attractive way. It is found across North America in wet soils in meadows, sunny stream banks, and open forests, from sea level up to 1,600m. Few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $4.26

  13. VERBASCUM ARCTURUS

    From Crete comes this charming one with woolly white leaves and yellow flowers with protruding scarlet anthers. These are ideal for a rock garden or wall, and are the dwarf relatives of many of the giants that often self-seed so prolifically along the roadsides of the world. ... Learn More

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  14. VERBASCUM ATROVIOLACEUM

    This compact and adaptable species has wonderful, deep purple flower spikes above a rosette of dark green foliage. Plants bloom throughout the summer months and do best on well-draining, sandy-rocky soils that are not overly fertile in full sun to light shade. ... Learn More

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  15. VERBASCUM BLATTARIA ALBA

    Slender spikes of purple-eyed white flowers arise from rosettes of glossy, crinkly dark green leaves. This plant is an absolute must for every cottage garden where it may gently self-seed into gravel or empty corners but is never a problem. ... Learn More

    $3.92

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