All Flower Seeds

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    This dwarf mutant forms dense mats of very deeply divided, almost fern-like leaves, and short dumpy spikes of light blue flowers. It is perfect for growing in a trough or small alpine garden rather than a large rockery. ... Learn More



    Numerous long, graceful, pointed spikes of brightest blue flowers open from June until late summer. This popular, long-flowering herbaceous border plant also produces excellent cut flowers. Very long-lived, and bone-hardy, it will gently self-seed to places where little else will grow! ... Learn More



    Handsome individual spikes of blue flowers on tall strong stems sparsely clad with encircling leaves. In autumn, all leaves turn bright yellow, and this was how we spotted it through the trees when collecting seed on Sakhalin Island, Russia (RBS0290). ... Learn More



    This majestic perennial boasts striking slender spires of delicate, pure snowy-white flowers above dense green foliage. Flowering from June until August, this is an eye-catching addition to the cottage garden or can be dotted through a large herbaceous border to good effect, and is happy in full sun or partial shade. Especially impressive in a dark corner! ... Learn More



    Deserving of a special spot in any sunny border, these outstanding plants form a tall, bushy clump of dark-green leaves, bearing massive branching spikes of lavender-mauve flowers, the tips arching in a unique and graceful way, from late summer into autumn. Most attractive to butterflies, they are also outstanding as cut flowers. Traditionally, although we cannot recommend these uses, Culver's Root has been used medicinally for liver disorders and constipation and is a long-time American doctors' remedy for liver congestion with accompanying constipation. It is also sometimes considered when compounding a formula for the liver, gallbladder, to treat constipation, colitis, gallstones and hepatitis. ... Learn More



    A plant to puzzle and impress your friends. This handsome Chilean plant has long tubular greeny-yellow flowers throughout spring and summer followed by yellow berries. It makes a solid shrub decorated with small, evergreen, glossy, dark green, rather musty-smelling leaves. ... Learn More



    This lovely tender perennial can be easily-grown as an annual, flowering prolifically in hot, dry climates and relatively infertile soils. The glossy green leaves provide a background for attractive, five-petaled flowers, which range from pink, red, purple to white and bi-colored flowers. It is valued for its hardiness in dry and nutritionally deficient conditions,and is popular in subtropical gardens where temperatures rarely fall below 5 °C and as a warm-season bedding plant in temperate gardens. It is noted for its long flowering period, throughout the year in tropical conditions, and from spring to late autumn, in warm temperate climates. The species has long been cultivated for herbal medicine and as an ornamental plant. And in Ayurveda (Indian traditional medicine) the extracts of its roots and shoots, though poisonous, are used against several diseases. This conflict between historical indigenous use, and recent patents on C.roseus-derived drugs by western pharmaceutical companies, without compensation, has led to accusations of biopiracy. ... Learn More



    Terminal trusses of star-shaped flowers range from dark purple to black on this vigorous climber. The fruits are slender, tapered pods that range from green to light brown and are tightly packed with seeds attached to puffy white fluffy fibres that carry them away on the wind. Native to south-western Europe, it flowers from May-mid-June. ... Learn More



    The "Altai Pansy" is a rarely seen plant with unusually large, deep cobalt-blue flowers with a tiny yellow eye, above dark green, very narrow, lanceolate leaves. It is native to meadows and rock crevices from south western Russia through eastern Asia. It flowers over a long period from May until September and will do well in any humus-rich, well drained soil in a sunny to partially shaded spot, where with luck it will gently self-seed. ... Learn More



    "Twin-flowered violet" Masses of dark brown-veined, deep lemon-yellow flowers, grow on a sprawling carpet of delicate kidney-shaped leaves over a prolonged period in spring and early summer. Will self-seed if you are really lucky! ... Learn More



    This gorgeous new viola has been produced using some of the very best and most expensive dwarf violas on the market as parents. The flowers will vary from plant to plant, as ornamental violas do, but almost all of them will have a cream or white face with a distinctive blue or purple edging. And one or two surprises as well! ... Learn More



    Very reliable from seed. Compact plants carry many small velvety flowers varying from deepest midnight blue to almost black. Will self-sow, and eventually hybridise with other violas, so keep it apart from lesser varieties. ... Learn More



    Long-spurred, light violet flowers open over a long period in spring and early summer on vigorous cushions of lance-shaped leaves. Making superb naturalising specimens, these flowers are pollinated while they are open unlike many other violas species, which are self-fertilised without the flowers opening (cleistogamous). The seeds have an oily body which is attractive to ants who disperse the seeds. This plant gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. ... Learn More



    Your original description - Seldom seen white dwarf variety of the previous. CHILTERNS his lovely Violet is not a hybrid with other Viola varieties but a natural variety of the blue wild form. Of a compact, spreading, upright habit, it bears, in comparison to most of the innumerable hybrids, its quite delightful pure white flowers continuously from April until October by which time your thoughts may be turning to indoor pursuits! When cut back regularly, the plant regenerates very quickly and becomes a durable perennial. A sunny to partially shaded position in any good garden soil is all it asks. Hardy throughout the British Isles. 6 ins. RHS AGM winner £3.46 Also known as Winter Pansies, these are hardier than regular bedding pansies, tolerating more winter cold and summer heat. Plants form a low, bushy mound of bright green leaves, with loads of fragrant miniature pansy flowers from early spring to late fall, all winter in milder regions. Trim back in early summer to promote fresh growth. Excellent for massing, edging, rock gardens and in mixed containers. This very old selection has small star-shaped flowers with pure white petals. All pansies are short-lived perennials, usually lasting a couple of seasons. Flowers are edible. ... Learn More



    The complete spectrum from our cottage garden with small or medium-sized flowers, colours ranging from pale yellows through bicolors to dark blues. If you're feeling really lazy - just sprinkle this lot over your worn-out rockery for a beautiful display! ... Learn More


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