All Flower Seeds

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    This is the very finest selection of this lovely hybrid between Helleborus lividus and Helleborus corsicus. Trusses consisting of lime-green flowers tinged with pink or purple open in late winter to early spring, producing purple seed pods, with toothed, dark green, metallic foliage all year round. ... Learn More



    Bunches of open, saucer-like flowers, of a startling bright green, massed on strong stems in early spring. Very early flowering, long-lived flowers which are excellent for cutting. ... Learn More



    The superb red stalked form of H. foetidus - only so called because of the odour released on breaking the foliage, so look, don't manhandle the poor plant. On some plants the deep colouration continues from the main stem to the leaf petiole and into the flowering head consisting of numerous purple rimmed green flowers. Seedlings come rewardingly true, but select the very darkest for cuttings. The deepest coloration is very pronounced in a dry spot and especially in a dry season. ... Learn More



    A denizen of the New Jersey Pine Barrens and moist areas along the Eastern Seaboard where, in rich moist soil, its bizarre pink cones of small-packed, fragrant flowers, studded with blue anthers, create an unbelievable visa from May onwards. This lovely member of the lily family has dark evergreen, lance-shaped, and parallel-veined leaves that form a basal rosette, occurring usually in wetland habitats, which are saturated, but not flooded, with water. In the USA this rare rhizomatous plant is Federally listed as endangered and threatened, and it is rare and elusive in commerce. Needs care to grow but worth any trouble! ... Learn More



    This rare and gorgeous, showy, Japanese evergreen perennial, grows its congested rosettes of pale green lance-shaped foliage, which turns purple in winter, along rocky streams. The strong lavender-pink, star shaped flowers, all with narrow petals are held in clusters well above the foliage. It excels in moist, well-drained soil in shade where it will very slowly divide up over the years. ... Learn More



    "Day lilies" are robust plants with attractive flared yellow, orange or red flowers, and these seeds have been collected from our gardens where we grow a large number of different cultivars. The name is derived from the fact that a fresh flower on each stem opens daily, whilst an old flower fades, and the many stems on each plant ensure that there are always lots of bright fresh blooms. ... Learn More



    This early-flowering daylily constantly produces masses of fragrant, long-lasting, bright custard-yellow, lily-like flowers, which open in the late afternoon, and last for just one day. Like most hemerocallis, it is robust and easy to grow. Also called Hemerocallis flava, the "Lemon Day-lily" is found right across China and Europe. The Greek term 'hemerocallis' means 'beautiful for a day', and daylilies benefit from regular deadheading to prolong flowering and prevent their unsightly deadheads from dominating the scene. This true lemon lily, is an absolute treasure. The flowers of some daylillies, including Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus are edible and are used in Chinese cuisine. ... Learn More



    Sizeable yellow flowers are borne on naked stems which grow well above a lower-growing clump of arching, linear, narrow leaves. The individual flowers open for one day, but are constantly produced in long succession. It is native to northern Asia (Siberia, Mongolia, China, Korea) where it is eaten as food, being easy to grow and and quick to multiply. The flowers are a traditional food in China where they are steamed and then dried, and indeed in the UK they are used as edible additions to decorate salads. They tolerate any normal garden soil, in a not too dry, sunny or semi-shady location. ... Learn More



    Beautiful, blue-violet, iris-like flowers, brightly-patterned and deeper violet at the centres, open in long succession over clumps of sword-shaped leaves, for many weeks from early summer onwards. Although these plants from southern Chile and Argentina are not totally hardy, they will do well in a sheltered bed outside, or in a pot indoors where you can admire their beauty. ... Learn More



    In spring, very attractive, large, bowl-shaped, deep blue flowers with a central white stripe are produced on short four inch stems, flowering over a very long period. From Chile and other South American countries, this bulbous perennial will multiply up easily either in a sheltered scree or an alpine house. Few seeds. ... Learn More



    Bright airy sprays of countless, delicate, pinkish-red flowers open on long thin stems which erupt from compact sprays of narrow, arching, bluish, evergreen leaves, which often acquire an attractive reddish tinge in response to cold. It will make a fabulous and very rarely-seen addition to a warm, well-drained rockery or hot garden. Very few seeds available . ... Learn More



    Shell pink, 3cm wide, star-like flowers, open during the day, facing outwards from August into October. This lovely plant is a summer rainfall species from the Drakensberg Mountains, KwaZulu-Natal, Lesotho, and the Transvaal which is pollinated both by beetles and bees. As a high elevation species it is hardier than many of the Cape species. ... Learn More



    In spring, as a rule, three to eight starry white flowers per spike, all with a brown or red reverse, open in late afternoon or evening, with a delicious perfume of jasmine or frangipani. The perfume persists right throughout the night until next morning. Very much resembling a dwarf "schizostylis", this rare and beautiful flower is found on sandy and shale slopes in the western Karoo and the northwest Cape from the BokkeveldPlateau to the Biedouw valley. In cultivation a sunny, free draining situation suits best. ... Learn More



    In spring, incredibly fragrant (jasmine to frangipani) white flowers, with a flush of red on the outside, open late in the afternoon or evening when they are pollinated by bees or moths. This beautiful dwarf plant is found growing in the wild on sandstone and shale slopes and coastal flats from the Northwest Cape to the Eastern Cape. ... Learn More



    From the South African mountains comes this quite exquisite bulbous flower. Rarely seen in the wild or cultivation, it displays spikes of shell pink flowers in mid to late summer after which the long, strap-shaped leaves die away to a resting bulb underground. In a warm, well drained site, it will , if you are fortunate, self-seed, and will otherwise slowly increase naturally underground. In a pot though, it will be safe from the elements regardless of your location. ... Learn More


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