All Flower Seeds

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  1. LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA

    The most commonly-grown lavender will produce long-stemmed, bright blue flowers which are ideal for cutting, drying or to perfume linen, both the flowers and foliage being strongly-perfumed. Long-lived and easy-to-grow, it benefits from a close haircut early each spring to encourage fresh growth. ... Learn More

    $2.87

    (400+ seeds)

  2. LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA 'HIDCOTE BLUE'

    This is probably the finest form of this lovely lavender which makes compact bushes of narrow, fragrant, grey-green leaves on dense spikes of strongly perfumed blue flowers. Superb, whether as a dwarf shrub in the garden, as a cut flower, or even when dried for making a pot pourri. ... Learn More

    $3.23

    (70+ seeds)

  3. LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA 'MUNSTEAD DWARF'

    A smart, compact, form of English lavender that carries masses of deep purple-blue flowers on fine, silvery-grey, aromatic foliage. It is the perfect choice for creating a traditional Lavender hedge with the added benefit of being very attractive to bees and butterflies. Fully hardy, the fragrant stems and flowers can also be cut and dried for home-made potpourri. ... Learn More

    $2.99

    (150+ seeds)

  4. LAVANDULA SPICATA 'MUFFET'S CHILDREN'

    This amazingly dwarf lavender has short-stemmed fragrant blue flowers studding a medicine ball-sized silver-grey bush. Ideal for a small rock garden or even for formal edging, the odd seedling may vary but most will be very compact indeed. ... Learn More

    $3.23

  5. LAVATERA ARBOREA

    Making an impressive evergreen shrublet, this beautiful plant bears large, soft, velvety leaves, and almost as a bonus, purple flowers smother the plant in early summer. Although it looks tender, it is frost hardy, and either in a very large pot or in the garden it is an arresting sight. ... Learn More

    $2.99

    (20+ seeds)

  6. LAVATERA ARBOREA VARIEGATA

    This unique plant often stands pride of place amongst the winter foliage plants, where it shines like a lantern in the garden. As a bonus, purple flowers smother the plant in early summer. Either in a very large pot or in the garden it is an arresting sight. ... Learn More

    $3.05

    (45+ seeds)

  7. LAVATERA BRYONIFOLIA

    This unusual Turkish plant has woolly, grey green foliage which is surrounded by pearly pink flowers that make a rustic and ornamental addition to the garden. A lovely tall and slender wild flower, it has blossoms quite similar to "Bryony", whence it takes its name. ... Learn More

    $3.23

  8. LAVATERA CACHEMIRIANA

    From Kashmir comes this tall showy plant with remarkable propeller-like white-centred pink mallow blooms. Strong stems clad in downy ivy-shaped leaves survive without staking throughout the very long flowering season. "A remarkable stately plant" (Graham Stuart Thomas) ... Learn More

    $2.56

    (45 seeds)

  9. LAVATERA ROSEA

    This popular shrub is grown for the masses of dark pink, hollyhock-like flowers that smother its branches all summer long from June to September. The deeply lobed, grey-green leaves are attractive too. Extremely long-flowering, this vigorous tree mallow will thrive in a well-drained shrub or mixed border, but needs plenty of space to spread itself out as its puts on tremendous growth in just one season. In cold areas of the country it may be best grown against a warm wall to minimise wind and frost damage. ... Learn More

    $3.36

    (200+ seeds)

  10. LAVATERA TRIMESTRIS MIX

    L. trimestris is an upright annual, to 1.2m tall, with rounded, shallowly-lobed leaves and open funnel-shaped flowers to 10cm across. Flowers appear in mid to late summer in shades of pink or white, often with darker veining of the throat. ... Learn More

    $2.20

    (100+ seeds)

  11. LAVATERA TRIMESTRIS 'SILVER CUP'

    A lovely form of L. trimestris producing an almost endless display of bright pink, four inch wide, trumpet-shaped flowers, prominently veined with deep red-purple towards the centre. This AGM winner is dwarf, bushy and well branched, and is covered in flowers from mid-July to September. In addition, the weather resistant stems with long-stalked, palmately lobed leaves, do not need staking. ... Learn More

    $2.13

    (80 seeds)

  12. LEGOUSIA 'DEVON SKY'

    An absolute gem, this new campanula relative was discovered in an Eastern European botanic garden. Large white-eyed violet-mauve star-flowers smother the foliage. Ideal for rock garden or container. ... Learn More

    $2.81

  13. LEIBNITZIA ANANDRIA

    A fascinating, rare and elusive plant from Japan, which makes a tight spreading carpet consisting of tidy rosettes of serrated leaves. From this arise flower buds which are pink-tinged, and open to golden-eyed white flowers, followed by fluffy seedheads. An utterly hardy specimen, Zone3 in the USA! ... Learn More

    $3.60

    (10 seeds)

  14. LEONTODON RINGENS

    An aristocratic plant distantly related to the dandelion, but this hardy perennial,non-invasive plant is infinitely more garden-worthy with branching stems that hold sizeable golden heads above rosettes of thick, leathery, deeply-toothed leaves. ... Learn More

    $3.48

    (10 seeds)

  15. LEONURUS CARDIACA

    This very old, softly-prickly cottage garden plant, between June and August, has hairy flowers which are pale pink to purple, alternating up the stems, with whorls of leaves which are oak-shaped and deeply lobed into three. Motherwort has a long history of use as a herb in traditional medicine in Central Europe, Asia and North America. Midwives used it for a variety of purposes, including uterine tonic and prevention of uterine infection in women, hence the name Motherwort. And finally, in the Victorian 'Language of Flowers' it symbolizes concealed love. ... Learn More

    $3.48

    (10 seeds)

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