All Flower Seeds

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  1. WEIGELA 'SNOWFLAKE'

    An unusual white form of the popular garden shrub originally discovered in Korea and China in the mid-19th century. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  2. WILD FLOWER MIX - BUTTERFLY MEADOW MIX

    100% native British wildflower mix specially selected to attract butterflies to your garden. The seeds include: Oxeye Daisy, Common Birds-foot Trefoil, Salad Burnet, Red Clover, Wild Marjoram, Greater Knapweed, Wild Teasel, Viper's-Bugloss, Soapwort and many others. (Generic wild flower picture for illustrative purposes only) ... Learn More

    $2.50

  3. WILD FLOWER MIX - CORNFIELD ANNUAL MIX

    100% native British wildflower mix of attractive, brightly-coloured and vigorous annuals, most often found in corn fields before the arrival of modern weed-killer. Contains White campion, Corn Chamomile, Charlock, Corncockle, Cornflower, Field Forget-me-not, Corn Marigold, Field Pansy, Wild Pansy, Long headed Poppy and Field Poppy. (Generic wild flower picture for illustrative purposes only) ... Learn More

    $2.50

  4. WILD FLOWER MIX - EARLY FLOWERING MIX

    100% British wild flower mixture which flowers in spring and early summer. The seeds include Meadow Buttercup, Cat's-Ear, Red Clover, Cowslip, Field Forget-Me-Not, Wild Pansy, Hoary Plantain, Yellow rocket, Common Sorrell, Speedwell, Kidney Vetch, Black Medick and others. (Generic wild flower picture for illustrative purposes only) ... Learn More

    $2.50

  5. WILD FLOWER MIX - HONEY BEE MIXTURE

    100% British wild flowering mixture specifically chosen to attract honey bees to your garden. Includes Corncockle, Field Poppy, Great Mullein, Hedge Woundwort, Hogweed, Hound's-tongue, Large flowered Evening Primrose, Meadow Cranes-bill, Meadowsweet, Oxeye Daisy, Ribbed Melliot, Rough Hawkbit, Vipers-bugloss, Yarrow and Yellow Rocket. (Generic wild flower picture for illustrative purposes only) ... Learn More

    $2.50

  6. WILD FLOWER MIX - LATE FLOWERING MIXTURE

    100% British wild flower mixture which flowers in mid to late summer. The seeds include Meadow Buttercup, Wild Carrot, Autumn Hawkbit, Common Knapweed, Selfheal, Yarrow, Wild Basil, Clustered Bellflower, Oxeye Daisy, Agrimony etc. (Generic wild flower picture for illustrative purposes only) ... Learn More

    $2.50

  7. 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

    $2.50

  8. 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

    $2.50

  9. WILD FLOWER MIX - WETLAND MIXTURE

    100% native British wild flowers chosen specifically to be useful to grow in wetland areas around the banks of streams and ponds. The seeds include Monkeyflower, Common Fleabane, Wild Angelica, Water Figwort, Ragged Robin, Square stalked St John's Wort, Sneezewort, Tufted Vetch and others. (Generic wild flower picture for illustrative purposes only) ... Learn More

    $2.50

  10. 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

    $3.78

  11. 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

    $4.16

  12. 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

    $3.46

  13. XERONEMA CALLISTEMON

    This extremely rare and lovely endemic plant lives only on the Poor Knights Islands and Taranga Island in the north of New Zealand which are protected by the New Zealand Government as nature reserves, and unauthorised landing is forbidden. On these islands it usually grows on rhyolite sea cliffs and rocky outcrops and sometimes in forest. In spite of being a fabulous plant it is very rarely offered either as plants or seeds. Discovered only in 1924, it is listed as vulnerable in the 1997 IUCN Red List of Plants. The green stalks start growing vertically then turn sideways, displaying dazzling red flowers tipped with orange pollen and resembling an enormous one-sided giant toothbrush. These fabulous flowers can reach up to 15 inches or 40cm. long. Four million years ago, a volcano created these small islands off the coast of New Zealand where they remained undiscovered until found by Captain Cook in 1760. Separated from the mainland for millions of years, the islands developed many unique animals, and plants such as these gems, found nowhere else on earth. ... Learn More

    $4.93

  14. 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

    $3.78

  15. Yucca elata
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    YUCCA ELATA

    Showy flower spikes, reaching up to 15 feet tall, produce masses of waxy white flowers in the late spring which open on several branches. Long flexible leaves with white margins and fuzzy white fibres make attractive spherical heads. Doing best in full sun and well-drained soil, and hardy down to -10º F, this is a great choice for colder locations. In the wild it ranges from southeast Arizona through New Mexico and into west Texas, and south into Mexico. ... Learn More

    $3.71

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