All Flower Seeds

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  1. BUPLEURUM RANUNCULOIDES

    A rare and quite delicate form of 'Hare's Ear' with low sprays of long thin basal foliage beneath attractive heads of greenish gold which ripen to bronze. This unusual plant comes from the mountainous areas of Europe including Regenboldshorn and Adelboden in Switzerland. Few seeds. ... Learn More

    $4.55

  2. BUPLEURUM ROTUNDIFOLIUM

    This lovely plant is a rare UK native wild flower, bearing perfoliate leaves (speared around the stem like a kebab), and large showy umbels of tiny yellowish-green flowers surrounded by attractive, pointed, bright green bracts. ... Learn More

    $2.95

  3. BUPTHALMUM SALICIFOLIUM

    A lovely semi-dwarf with low branching stems which are stained purple, crowded with warm yellow daisies, blooming between May and September and which may sometimes be mistaken for Inula salicina, which has narrower ligules, or even for Arnica montana. It has high drought tolerance, growing well in direct sun, and actually prefers poor soils, rocky terrain and low levels of water. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  4. BUSY LIZZIE 'DIVINE MIXED'

    This valuable, rare and exquisite selection brings together a resilient mix of vibrant, dazzling flower colours, all set above attractive bronze-green foliage. Giant blossoms produce endless flowering and a strong, vigorous habit ensures that these spreading plants quickly fill pots, beds and borders with long lasting colour. ... Learn More

    $3.87

  5. BUTEA MONOSPERMA

    This gorgeous, slow-growing South East Asian native tree opens its bright orange-red flowers, produced in clusters up to 15 cm long, from January to March, when it becomes a tree of flame, an absolute riot of orange and vermilion flowers, which cover the entire crown, massed along the ends of the stalks. Each flower consists of five petals comprising a standard, two smaller wings, and a curved beak-shaped keel, hence the name of "Parrot Tree". Traditionally the flowers were used to make the bright colour for the festival of Holi. In Manipur, when a member of the Meitei community dies and his body cannot be be found, the wood of this tree is often cremated in place of the body. It is also said that the tree is a form of Agnidev, God of Fire and was a punishment given to him by Goddess Parvati, for disturbing Her and Lord Shiva's privacy. And finally, the gum from the tree called "kamarkas" in Hindi is used in certain food dishes ... Learn More

    $3.63

  6. CACALIOPSIS NARDOSMIA GLABRATA

    Golden orange-yellow, ray-less flower heads with spiky anthers, radiate out in a narrow cluster atop stout stems growing from a clump of basal leaves which are hairy and woolly especially on the undersides. This is the only species in the genus Cacaliopsis, although it is sometimes included in Luina, a small genus of western North America. These shade-loving plants are often found in oak or pine forests or meadows. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  7. CACTUS MIXED

    This is a seed collection of very many easy to grow cacti, all ideally suited to window sills, sun rooms or greenhouses. Although quite slow to grow the first year, they can live for very many years on a hot window sill when they will not suffer from the occasional drying out or even a baking in the hot summer's sun! Indeed, this often stimulates these amazing plants into flowering, when they can produce the most beautiful, strikingly-coloured flowers. ... Learn More

    $4.86

  8. CAESALPINIA PULCHERRIMA

    Beautifully fringed, orange and red blooms cover this magnificent, West Indian shrub which has most attractive deeply divided foliage. In a warm country or very well-protected UK garden or a conservatory, it makes one of the most spectacular plants you can ever be lucky enough to grow. ... Learn More

    $4.24

  9. CAIOPHORA CORONATA

    Boasting huge white flowers, up to 3"/8cm across, this strange-looking plant is extremely easy to grow, and is an excellent candidate for outdoor growing in colder climates, but will prefer protection from too much wet. In its native home in Chile it grows at extreme altitude, well above the timber line, where it prefers sunny spots and well-drained soil. ... Learn More

    $4.86

  10. CALAMINTHA CLINOPODIUM

    This lovely dwarf catmint forms a low cushion of hairy fragrant leaves, above which, from July until September, arise short spikes carrying globular clusters of bright pink flowers, rather like a candelabra. This is possibly the last of the catmints to be in flower. Wild Basil has mauve coloured flowers unlike Garden Basil which has white flowers. ... Learn More

    $2.52

  11. CALAMINTHA GRANDIFLORA

    This very valuable, fragrant-leaved plant is equally at home in the front-of-border or herb garden, being smothered with comparatively large pink flowers all summer long. ... Learn More

    $2.40

  12. CALANDRINIA DISCOLOR

    Found in the Atacama desert in Chile, this astonishing lewisia relative forms strong wide mounds of silver-grey, branching fleshy leaves, its long stems being topped by a constant succession of sizeable cerise-pink flowers with bright orange stamens. Although a perennial in its desert home it is usually grown as a very fast-growing annual in this country. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  13. CALANDRINIA GRANDIFLORA

    Appropriately named plants!! Out of large blue-green rubbery rosettes spring many sprays holding exceptionally lovely silky purple-pink large flowers. They have a long flowering season and with luck will self-seed on a scree. These delightful flowers are related to the North American lewisias, but come from Chile in South America. ... Learn More

    $3.01

  14. CALANDRINIA RANUNCULINA

    From tufts of narrow, fleshy, gray-green leaves arise green-eyed, bright yellow, starry flowers in summer. It prefers to be grown in full sun in sharply drained soil where with some protection from winter wet it is bone hardy. This rare and diminutive lewisia relative comes from the wilds of Patagonia ... Learn More

    $3.63

  15. CALCEOLARIA ANDINA

    Growing amongst dry rocks and scree in the high Andes of Chile and Argentina at between 800-2700m, this lovely sub-shrubby alpine makes compact rosettes of leathery, hairy leaves and several thin, branching stems carrying delicate, deep yellow to orange pouches. ... Learn More

    $3.51

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