All Flower Seeds

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  1. CYNOGLOSSUM HUNGARICUM

    This local form of Cynoglossum montanum has strong stems carrying rough, hairy, pointed leaves, which are tipped with clusters of rose pink flowers in spring and midsummer. These vigorous plants are superb for making a quick-growing statement in the garden. ... Learn More

    $3.52

  2. CYNOGLOSSUM NERVOSUM

    Dazzling, bright blue flowers, similar to forget-me-nots, are carried in small clusters on dividing stems over strong clumps of rough, narrow, mid green leaves in summer. This plant thrives best in bright, full-sun conditions in well-drained soil. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  3. CYNOGLOSSUM OFFICINALE

    Strong stems carrying rough, hairy, pointed leaves are tipped with clusters of burgundy flowers in spring and midsummer. These vigorous plants are superb for making a quick-growing statement in the garden. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  4. CYPELLA HERBERTII

    This exotic-looking beautiful flower opens in a quite unusual shade of french mustard! The individual flowers open for just a day or so, and then another flower opens on the same stem, making a long display as long as buds are produced. These plants will perform well in dryish warm screes but excel themselves in a container when they can multiply up. In the wild they are found from S. Brazil to N.E. Argentina. Few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  5. CYPERUS ALTERNIFOLIUS

    The "Umbrella Plant" makes an attractive feature in a bright window or sun lounge where it produces strong stems topped with striking umbrella-like spokes. On mature plants, sprays of white flowers appear. It may also be used as an impressive marginal plant in a pond or bog garden. If planted deeply it will survive the average winter although is best given winter protection. It is a native of the swamps of Madagascar and a relative of the famous Papyrus of the Nile river and is also sometimes called Umbrella Papyrus, Umbrella Sedge or Umbrella Palm. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  6. CYPERUS 'CHIRA'

    This new and extremely lovely plant was discovered on the baking hot dry slopes surrounding Lake Chira, high on the island of Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands. Spreading stems sport numerous large spurred and spiked seedheads. Unlike many members of this family this plant obviously thrives in the dry! ... Learn More

    $2.62

  7. CYPERUS INVOLUCRATUS

    An outstandingly decorative plant deservedly given the R.H.S. Award of Garden Merit. Many sprays of intricately formed, frilly green flowerheads are held over low tufts of leaves. Happy in wet or dry. ... Learn More

    $2.43

  8. CYPERUS 'SEA URCHIN'

    An attractive grass bearing impressive one -and-a-half inch diameter heads of spiky green and brown sea-urchin-like inflorescences. Will grow bigger in damp soil, but does perfectly well in the dry. ... Learn More

    $2.62

  9. CYPHOMANDRA BETACEA

    The Tamarillo (Cyphomandra betacea) is the "Tree Tomato". Like its cousins of the closely-related Lycopersicon genus (the ordinary common tomato), the egg-size fruit makes good eating, and is typically made into jams or conserve, although it is recommended that the skin and seeds are removed before cooking. It therefore makes either a fruiting shrub or a superb foliage plant! It is easily grown from seed and makes a pleasing contrast to the more typical foliage of cannas, gingers and bananas. Easily grown from seed, the roots of this plant are quite tough surviving moderate frosts, and in relatively mild areas usually re-grow from the base. Otherwise grow in a large container and overwinter frost free. ... Learn More

    $4.67

  10. CYPRESS COLUMNARIS 'CRETE FORM'

    Seeds collected from the finest and very narrowest of trees growing in our gardens. This tree is 30 feet tall and 3 feet wide and produces impressive, knobbly pine cones every autumn. These trees were originally grown, in 1986, from wild collected Crete seed. ... Learn More

    $2.62

  11. CYPRIPEDIUM PARVIFLORUM PUBESCENS

    For about two weeks, beginning in mid-May, this lovely woodland plant produces large, very fragrant flowers, that have gorgeous, inflated yellow pouches and brownish lateral petals, on attractively contrasting dark stems, all above pleated apple green leaves. It is a great challenge to grow from seed, but is perhaps the easiest of the Lady's Slipper Orchids to grow in a garden, being not difficult if it has evenly moist, humous-rich soil, and once established, it can double in size on a yearly basis. It is found mostly in limestone wetlands, only rarely as far south as the Appalachian mountains in the USA. Cherokee people once made a preparation from the roots of these plants that was drunk as a treatment for worms, but we recommend that you just admire the lovely flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  12. CYRTANTHUS BRACHYSCYPHUS

    Above narrow foliage arise slender, wiry stems, holding clusters of up to ten long-lasting, very bright, orange-red trumpets, which will re-appear throughout the summer, especially if watering is stopped for five or six weeks, then restarted. Intense, flaming orange is not a frequently encountered colour among the smaller bulb species, but this is a superb and glorious exception, an established plant with multiple flowering stems being a joy to behold. Although quite rare, this is one of the easier ones to grow. In the wild they are found in moist grassland or rocky stream banks in the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal. They are best planted in frost-free conditions, in a fertile well-drained loam soil with the necks at the soil surface, or in a frost-free container. ... Learn More

    $4.74

  13. CYTISUS NIGRICANS

    Relatively large, one inch, fragrant yellow flowers open in very long, slender racemes on this diminutive and elegant shrub. It will thrive in any warm and well-drained spot in the garden when it will bloom continuously during late summer. ... Learn More

    $3.46

  14. DACTYLORHIZA FOLIOSA

    This beautiful spectacular Madeiran Orchid is a must for any flower border as its striking flower spikes double up every year. It will grow in any soil, and in fact does best in impoverished or un-manured conditions and prefers full sun, flowering in June with truly exceptionally large blooms. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  15. DACTYLORHIZA FUCHSII

    From neat rosettes of attractive purple-spotted, lance-shaped leaves, arise in late spring and early summer, long, densely-packed spikes, at first conical then cylindrical, of shell-pink flowers, each of which is intricately spotted and dotted with candy pink and purple. This is a very easy plant to grow in the garden, in a moist sunny soil, probably the best, and indeed the tallest, dactylorhiza to start with, and one which will, in time, make a splendid garden display which multiplies up very quickly. Seed MUST be sown by simply sprinkling it onto undisturbed garden soil. In a year or so, tiny spotted-leafed plants will appear as though by magic. Sowing in a pot of compost will not work! ... Learn More

    $3.78

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