All Flower Seeds

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  1. FRITILLARIA PONTICA

    Waxy, bell-shaped, scented flowers of pale green, tinged maroon at the base, arise in April and May. This is an ideal bulb for growing in a rock garden, raised bed, cold greenhouse or cold frame rather than the normal wet garden soil. Among the easiest of all fritillarias, it will naturalize with fair reliability, prefering moist rich soil for spring, but dryer for summer & winter. Fritillaria pontica is native to mountains in Albania, Bulgaria, northern Greece and western Turkey. ... Learn More

    $4.16

  2. FRITILLARIA PUDICA

    Pendent, bell-shaped flowers of waxy yellow, ageing to orange and then red, open on short stems very early in they year. These diminutive plants, resembling a giant golden snowdrop, are amongst the first to flower after the snow melts in their home of the sagebrush country in the western U.S and Canada where they are becoming increasingly rare. ... Learn More

    $4.16

  3. FRITILLARIA PYRENAICA

    Long bells of deep red-bronze are freckled in gold and have the tips of the petals are turned back. The inside of the flower is golden with burnished brown markings. This lovely stout-stemmed hardy species does best outside in the garden where it prefers humus-enriched soils with good drainage. ... Learn More

    $4.09

  4. FRITILLARIA RADDEANA

    A stunningly beautiful plant with tall stems to 40cm topped with a crowded whorl of bright straw yellow, although some say lichen-green, flowers in March/April. With a striking resemblance to a "Crown Imperial Fritillary" this stately plant can take your breath away on first encounter. It grows well in sun or partial shade and is utterly reliable, increasing yearly in good soil ... Learn More

    $5.22

  5. FRITILLARIA SEWERZOWII

    Robust, floriferous, and graceful this attractive plant bears pale greenish-yellow flowers with centres shading from rust to bitter chocolate bloom in April-May, flaring wide to display maroon-black anthers. On the outside, the flowers are glaucous purple-brown shading to yellow. The leaves are thick, lanceolate, glaucous and up to 4 cm (2") wide. This rare species is native to screes in the mountains of Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan, North Pakistan and Western China. ... Learn More

    $4.51

  6. FRITILLARIA THEOPHRASTI

    In April and May, grey-green stems hold clusters of tumbling green bell-flowers, with strongly-reflexed brown mouths, and shiny yellow-green insides. A rare beauty from the Greek mountains. ... Learn More

    $4.51

  7. FRITILLARIA THESSALA

    Much taller than its close relative Fritillaria graeca, this one has 12 inch stems bearing up to three large jade green bells chequered with dark purple. Originally from a population found at over 1,500m in the Katara Pass of Northern Greece this is perfect in the garden as it is a high altitude plant well used to summer dampness. ... Learn More

    $3.45

  8. FUCHSIA BACILLARIS

    This rare and delightful diminutive shrub has very many small, coral-red flowers with frilly reflexed petals, which open for almost every month of the year, and tiny delicate leaves, the stems being deep red on the young growth. Bunches of small, shiny, black, spherical berries are later produced. Originating as a natural hybrid from Mexico, it is evergreen in all but the hardest winters, when it is often cut back to the ground but always regenerates in the spring. Very few fertile seeds are ever produced. ... Learn More

    $5.50

  9. FUCHSIA BOLIVIANA

    An absolutely stunning, showy species, native to southern Peru, Bolivia and northern Argentina, producing exotic, hanging clusters of four inch flowers in a stunning combination of pure white and fluorescent red. The long trumpet-shaped blooms open progressively down the cluster for several months, followed, quite incredibly, by tasty green fruits! This is an extremely valuable plant that can either be grown in a large pot or be centre-stage in the garden. Freshly picked seeds are very rarely offered for sale. ... Learn More

    $5.29

  10. FUCHSIA MAGELLANICA

    We collected this most beautiful and bone-hardy plant, which can flower just four months after sowing, on our Chilean Expedition of 1994. Scarlet and purple 'ballerina' flowers open throughout summer and autumn and into winter in mild places, making a gorgeous hedge. ... Learn More

    $5.22

  11. Fuchsia magellanica var molinae
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    FUCHSIA MAGELLANICA VAR MOLINAE

    A superb and charming garden shrub with soft green leaves, and masses of delicate flowers throughout late summer, which have corollas of soft lavender and sepals that are almost white, with a blush of pink. When mature it also develops flaking, parchment-like bark, which is eye-catching in its own right. ... Learn More

    $3.95

  12. FUCHSIA ORNAMENTAL MIX

    These seeds have been collected from plants, some of which are sizeable bushes and which have actually overwintered outside, here in our gardens in Devon, in all shapes, colours and sizes. You will get a surprising mixture of new forms from these seeds. ... Learn More

    $4.51

  13. FUCHSIA PANICULATA

    A spectacular plant from the highlands of Central America, this rather unFuchsia-like shrub with glossy-green leaves bears on red stems many beautiful, large panicles of bright pink flowers all through the summer and autumn. It was even reported to have flowered continually for 13 months through a particularly mild winter in Cornwall. It may survive a few degrees of frost but would benefit from some protection over the winter. ... Learn More

    $5.57

  14. GAILLARDIA ARISTATA

    Large showy flowers have pointed yellow petals with a bright red centre. Tufts of hairs project from the seed-like fruits and the entire plant is covered with fuzzy hairs. In its native USA home some Plateau Indian tribes used blanket flowers to treat wounds and settle fevers. ... Learn More

    $3.52

  15. GAILLARDIA 'ARIZONA APRICOT'

    A spectacular dwarf Blanket Flower with a long-flowering period and superb garden performance. The golden blooms blushed with apricot sit neatly above uniform, well-branched plants throughout summer and well into autumn. Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Arizona Apricot' is undemanding, providing fabulous colour whatever the weather. Perfect for containers or filling gaps in the front of borders. ... Learn More

    $3.38

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