All Flower Seeds

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  1. ASTRANTIA MAXIMA

    Exquisite, upwards facing, green bracted, pure rose pink flowers are held above compact clumps of bold tripartite foliage. This is the most desirable of all of the long-lived astrantias with a rewardingly long flowering period. "A very beautiful plant." (Graham Stuart Thomas) ... Learn More

    $3.78

  2. ASTRANTIA 'SUNNINGDALE VARIEGATED'

    Papery flowers edged with pink, green and white pointed bracts are massed on long stems above shiny green leaves, elegantly striped and splashed with yellow and cream. A superb foliage plant in the spring. Select variegated seedlings and reject green ones, also the pure white ones which will not grow. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  3. ASYNEUMA FILIPES

    This lovely campanula relative forms compact tufts of sabre-shaped leaves, from which thread-like stems hold blue-gray flowers tipped with bright red anthers, which are borne in profusion in June. This unusual genus has extra value on account of its summer blooms! ... Learn More

    $3.14

  4. ASYNEUMA LIMONIFOLIUM

    A most attractive Turkish alpine/herbaceous plant making clumps of thick, narrow, wavy leaves. Shortish spires of blue, wide-open, star-shaped flowers open on 30cm stems on this attractive campanula relative. ... Learn More

    $3.71

  5. ATRIPLEX HORTENSIS RUBRA

    This amazing plant makes an amazingly fast growing shrubby-looking specimen, which, in a few weeks can either hide a small shed or be a lovely spot plant. It makes a tall spire of succulent and tasty, deep beetroot-red, triangular leaves, which can be pulled off and eaten in salads or cooked like spinach, along with tall dense racemes of red-purple flowers which are followed by papery seeds. ... Learn More

    $2.43

  6. ATROPA BELLADONNA

    Purple-green bell flowers, deep purple inside, hang on thick stems bearing soft leaves. Later appear the juicy black berries. But be warned, its common name is true and appropriate. It was derived from the fact that in ancient times women would put tinctures of the berry juice into their eyes to dilate the pupils to 'make them appear more beautiful': BELLA DONNA = BEAUTIFUL LADY! All parts of this plant are extremely poisonous, producing the drug atropine, do not plant where children can reach the plant when it is in fruit. ... Learn More

    $4.10

  7. AUBRIETA BEST ROCKERY MIX

    Seeds were collected from these lovely cascading plants growing over walls in our gardens. They come in a wide variety of colours from reds to blues and even the occasional palest blue or white. ... Learn More

    $3.20

  8. AUBRIETA SNOWDRIFT

    This is possibly the first ever offering of seed of this pure white form of aubrieta. A very rare plant in cultivation, it makes dense cushions of evergreen foliage, studded with creamy white flowers in earliest spring. Extremely tough and bone hardy, it will thrive in the poorest of soils or especially on a dry wall where it will make a good solid cushion slowly enlarging yearly. In a dry location plants should best be planted out in the colder and wetter months to ensure they establish well! ... Learn More

    $3.78

  9. AVERRHOA BILIMBI

    Clusters of beautiful, deepest blood-red flowers bloom from the trunk, often in great number toward the bottom of the tree. These are followed by impressive clumps of attractive, slightly multi-lobed, oblong fruits, which have a pale green waxy skin, and crunchy flesh, very similar to the star fruit, a single tree often producing hundreds and hundreds of fruits. This is essentially a tropical tree, less resistant to cold than the carambola, in Florida, where it is an occasional curiosity, it prefers protection from wind and cold. It has countless other uses, including being used either curried, or added as a souring agent for the common Filipino dish sinigang. The uncooked bilimbi is often prepared as relish, and served with rice and beans in Costa Rica. In the Far East where it originated, it is occasionally added to curry. The juice is also made into a cooling beverage, and in Indonesia it is added to some dishes as a substitute for tamarind or tomato. Additionally, the fruit can be preserved by pickling,which reduces its acidity, and finally the flowers can also be preserved in sugar. Some fruit! ... Learn More

    $3.78

  10. AVERRHOA CARAMBOLA

    This very well-known and distinctive fruit has ridges running down its sides, usually five but sometimes more, its cross-section resembling a star. The entire fruit is edible and is usually eaten out of the hand, having a unique thirst-quenching ability like no other. It is also used in cooking, and for relishes, preserves, and juice drinks. The tree needs, above all, good drainage, and will not tolerate being waterlogged. It is popular throughout its native lands in south east Asia, the Southern Pacific, East Asia, and is also cultivated throughout other non-indigenous tropical and sub-tropical areas, such as Latin America, the Caribbean, and the southern parts of the United States ... Learn More

    $3.78

  11. AZALEA EXBURY HYBRIDS

    These seeds were collected from our own twenty year old plants which were originally grown from seeds collected from the famous Exbury Gardens. Colours come in all shades from pale lemon to deepest red, and every flower is dripping with heady perfume in spring and early summer. ... Learn More

    $4.42

  12. AZARA SERRATA

    Native to Chile, this choice evergreen shrub has glossy, oval, serrated leaves and dense clusters of extremely fragrant deep yellow flowers in late spring summer, occasionally followed by white berries. It does best in a warm or protected spot as severe winters can cause damage although our plants always recover here and produce their sweet perfume even more prolifically the following summer! RHS AGM winner ... Learn More

    $3.46

  13. AZORINA VIDALII

    Very rarely offered is this dwarf shrub carrying shiny rubbery foliage with superb, waxy two inch, pink-tinged, white flared bells. A stunning plant from the Azores, thus appreciating winter protection. Excellent conservatory plant which can stand neglect. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  14. BABIANA STRICTA

    This charming South African perennial has erect, pleated, sword-shaped leaves and fragrant, funnel-shaped, violet-blue, purple or yellow flowers with a much darker eye, in mid to late spring. Preferring a sharply-drained soil in full sun, each flowering stem produces six or more blooms, each up to 5 cm (2 in) across, which are grouped in an inflorescence. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  15. BACCHARIS 'SEA-FOAM'

    Collected on our 1994 Chile Expedition (RB94142) and new to cultivation is this dwarf South American equivalent to a New Zealand olearia. A compact evergreen shrublet bearing neat, diminutive, toothed leathery leaves. In July countless small 'shaving-brush' flowers smother its dome, before they become 'snowballs', turning the entire plant white. No-one will guess what this is! ... Learn More

    $3.71

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