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  1. HIBISCUS ACETOSELLA

    Deep crimson to purple flowers with darker striped petals and dark eyes, open on stems clad in dissected foliage which is very reminiscent of Japanese maple leaves. These are at least as attractive as the flowers, and can vary from dark bronze to deepest purple, and this is the one hibiscus that is grown for its beautiful foliage as well as for the flowers! The fast growing and shrubby habit of this unusual plant makes it a good choice for a seasonal hedge, an attractive annual specimen plant, or even an indoor container plant. Very few seeds obtainable. ... Learn More

    $5.21

  2. HIBISCUS COCCINEUS ALBA

    This is the very-rarely seen or offered pure white-flowering variety of the normally red flowered shrub, which if grown alongside the red one can make a dramatic statement. Relatively hardy in a well-sheltered and well-drained spot. ... Learn More

    $4.22

  3. HIBISCUS MOSCHEUTOS

    Possibly the largest flowers of any of the mallow family, these truly astounding, exotic, supersized blooms can grow to the size of a dinner plate across (10"-12" or 25 - 28 cm), usually white with a crimson centre, but often in shades of white, pinks and crimson and even more shades! Individual blooms can be picked and floated in a large flat dish, like a huge water lily, as a unique table centre-piece. Whether grown in the garden, in tubs, or in the greenhouse, they will delight and amaze all who see them. This gem thrives in sunny, moist, or even wet sites where it is sought after by many pollinators. Few fertile seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $6.47

  4. HIBISCUS MUTABILIS

    Enormous and quite remarkable flowers, (up to 6 inches or 15cm wide) and either single or double, appear profusely from summer until late autumn. The massive blossoms on this fast-growing, RHS award-winning plant undergo a magical transformation, opening pure white or palest pink in the morning before turning hot pink or even red by the evening, all colours together creating a magical, multicolour effect. It will be a gem in the late season garden when it is in full bloom and most other flowers are dying down! ... Learn More

    $4.22

  5. HIERACIUM AURANTIACUM

    Hieracium aurantiacum is also called Pilosella aurantiaca, with common names including Orange Hawkweed, Tawny Hawkweed, Devil's Paintbrush and Grim-the-collier! This favourite old cottage garden plant has brilliant coppery, orange-red flowers with black tips (hence its name) which appear on short stems for a long period in spring and summer. It will run slowly and is perfect for a wild garden or a rockery. ... Learn More

    $3.17

  6. HIERACIUM 'CHOCOLATE DIP'

    In early spring prostrate rosettes of pointed, radiating leaves appear to have been quickly dipped in chocolate. Yellow flowers later are a bonus. This amazing form of Hieracium maculatum will certainly be included in many designer gardens in the future. ... Learn More

    $2.71

  7. HIERACIUM LANATUM

    Very large, bright yellow daisies open on branching stems in early summer over prostrate clumps of broad, woolly, velvety, grey leaves which tempt you to stroke them. One of the very few 'choice' hawk weeds and what a little beauty! It occasionally self seeds but isn't a problem, and it does perfectly well in the poorest soil as it is found naturally in rocky high places in the Alps in France, Switzerland, and Italy. ... Learn More

    $3.30

  8. HIERACIUM LAWSONII

    Pyrennees naturally - Perennial, up to 30cm tall, flowering in July and August. Found in limestone crevices, from about 1000m to about 2400m. Also found in the Alps and Provence. Thick leaved irregularly toothed. ... Learn More

    $3.76

  9. HIERACIUM VILLOSUM

    This is one of the very few dandelion relatives you should ever let in to your garden but it should be encouraged as it is a little gem. Frilly yellow flowers on dividing stems arise above attractive clumps of large, floppy, hairy leaves resembling rabbits ears. ... Learn More

    $2.71

  10. HIMANTOGLOSSUM ROBERTIANUM

    This unmistakeable orchid, which can grow to over a metre in height, is widespread throughout the Mediterranean region. The strongly fragrant flowers are from a combination of white and green to dark pink and purple, with bright markings on the lip which is divided into three lobes. Although with care this terrestrial orchid can be grown almost anywhere within the temperate zone, it is difficult to grow from seed which must be simply sown where desired on the garden, preferably onto undisturbed, weed-free soil. Thereafter entails a long wait before the tiny seedlings appear. ... Learn More

    $3.89

  11. HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES

    One of the most unusual shrubs in the UK, this beauty bears willow-like leaves, arranged tight to the branches. Both male and female plants occur, but only the females bear the amazing solid clusters of soft golden berries. These are famous for their many health benefits and are most commonly used in herbal teas. It is also making its way in to some of the most adventurous chef’s kitchens, becoming a very popular alternative in household recipes. With a sweet, sharp flavour, the berries add a fresh twist to many recipes, and also make a refreshing health juice drink. Some studies have also shown that it can help with cardiovascular, memory, growth, anti-inflammatory, and skin health. The berries are popular in Denmark, especially in home made pies and jams, where they are an alternative to more traditional berries. A powerful antioxidant, the berries are sometimes called Nature’s most balanced fruit, full of vitamins and minerals such as, vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D, K, P and also omeaga 3, 6, 7 and 9. In ancient times, both leaves and young branches were fed to horses to support weight gain and also appearance of the coat. This lead to the name of the genus, Hippophae derived from hippo (horse), and phaos (shining)> ... Learn More

    $4.22

  12. HOHERIA LYALLII

    From New Zealand comes this unusual shrub/small tree which, surprisingly, belongs to the mallow family. Delightful sprays of white flowers are borne from midsummer onwards. ... Learn More

    $2.71

  13. HOLBOELLIA CORIACEA

    This vigorous, astonishingly hardy, evergreen climber has extremely fragrant flowers which can vary from white through pale green to pale purple, and appear in clusters in spring and early summer. Much later, right into early winter, very large, pinkish-purple sausage-shaped fruits ripen. In late winter and spring these split open revealing the seeds held in a mass of edible white jelly. This beautiful, vigorous, evergreen climber has dark green leathery leaves which are composed of three oblong, pointed leaflets held on strong twining stems enabling it to climb. It is native to central China where it grows in scrubby thickets and mountain slopes and was introduced into the UK by Earnest Wilson in 1907 and is useful as a vigorous evergreen climber, suitable for climbing over structures or on trellis. The etymological root of the latin name Holboellia is named after the Danish ornithologist Carl Peter Holboell (1795-1856). Coriacea is from Latin meaning 'leather’, in reference to this climber’s leaves. . ... Learn More

    $4.22

  14. HOLLYHOCK 'BURGUNDY TOWERS'

    This unusual form occurred here some time ago with strong stems carrying large, deepest crimson flowers and fig-shaped leaves. In common with other fig-leaved hollyhocks, these have proven to be very resistant to rust. ... Learn More

    $3.17

  15. HOLLYHOCK CHOICE MIX

    This generous packet contains a wide mix of single hollyhock cultivars and species in all colours from white to deepest purple. We've also included a few scarcities such as the giant Alcea litwinowii and hybrid forms of Alcea ficifolia and Alcea rugosa. ... Learn More

    $3.43

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