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  1. ABUTILON VITIFOLIUM 'CHALK BLUES'

    Trusses of large, saucer-shaped flowers, which vary in colour from almost white to light blue-mauve, are borne profusely from April until September, offset by large greyish-green, rather felted leaves. These completely frost hardy abutilons do well in almost any well drained soil growing well either against a wall or free-standing in a sheltered spot. ... Learn More

    $3.88

  2. ACAENA CAESIIGLAUCA

    Intriguing greenish flowers mature into copper-red burrs during the summer months. A good choice for between paving stones or as an edging, it is also ideal in the rock garden, but plants can grow beyond where they are wanted, so keep a firm upper hand. Acaena caesiiglauca is found in mountainous areas and subalpine tussock grasslands, east of the Southern Alps, on South Island, New Zealand. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  3. ACAENA 'FUZZY HEADS'

    This previously unreleased plant has romped around our "Chilean garden" here since we collected it from Chiloe Island, Chile, in 1994.(RB94002) Plum-sized, spiky, brown 'toffee apples' stand erect above a carpet of attractive, divided, green and silver leaves. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  4. ACAENA SACCATICUPULA 'BLUE HAZE'

    Probably the most lovely of all of the "New Zealand Burrs", this species forms a low mat of beautiful, steel-blue, ferny leaves. Greenish-blue flowers are produced on short stems in summer, followed by attractive mahogany-red burr-like fruits. This very eye-catching, slow-spreading, and attractive plant is excellent either in the rock garden, or even in mixed containers, and is incredibly adaptable to almost any soil condition, flourishing in the poorest of areas. ... Learn More

    $3.74

  5. ACIPHYLLA AUREA

    This rarely-grown New Zealand relative of our UK "Cow Parsley" is a large plant with handsome tussocks composed of dense clusters of sharply-pointed, sword-like, yellowish-green leaves, and bearing huge, impressive, broad heads of golden flowers. In a well-drained spot this incredible specimen will intrigue everyone (well, most people) for years. ... Learn More

    $4.01

  6. ACIPHYLLA SUBFLABELLATA

    Forming a dense rosette of long, sharp and very narrow leaflets, this unusual frost-hardy plant produces attractive sprays of yellow flowers which are are carried on a strong stalk that can be up 40 in (1 m) high. It is native to tussock grassland in the drier parts of the South Island of New Zealand where it thrives between 300 and 1400 m. In cultivation it does best in a sunny or lightly shaded spot as it does not prefer high summer temperatures and is a perfect replacement for e.g. Agave and Yucca in such climates. In areas where humidity is high it prefers a windy, exposed site. ... Learn More

    $5.37

  7. ACIS AUTUMNALIS

    These delightful, dainty gems are bulbous perennials with linear leaves and nodding, bell-shaped, pure white or occasionally pink, fragrant flowers, which open with or before the leaves in late summer. Clumps multiply reliably. ... Learn More

    $3.88

  8. ACIS NICAEENSIS

    Formerly Leucojum nicaeense, this is a delicate and most lovely little April-flowering plant, which will happily seed into a sand plunge, if you let it. The stems are about 5 inches (12 cm) tall and the fragrant flowers pure white. It flowers in late spring and increases well in a bulb frame if, kept relatively dry in summer. It is native to a small area in south eastern France, near the Mediterranean. ... Learn More

    $4.01

  9. ACONITUM ANTHORA

    A relatively compact alpine species with deeply cut, blue-green foliage and orange-yellow, and occasionally blue flowers, from July to September. Its native range is widespread, but mainly in the European mountains, such as the Alps and the Carpathians, and the northern parts of Asia but like many aconitum species, it has great variability, due to isolation and hybridisation. ... Learn More

    $3.60

  10. ACONITUM KRYLOWII

    This virtually unknown, choice, and relatively dwarf species comes from the Altai Mountains of Siberia, where it grows at an altitude of over 7,000 ft. Making a large hardy tuber, it has dark green foliage, bearing in summer short stubby spikes of yellow-cream, monkshood blooms, each an inch or so across. ... Learn More

    $4.35

  11. ACONITUM LAMARCKII

    Green-lipped, palest yellow flowers open in early summer on this rarely-seen monkshood flower. A cousin to the more common Blue Monkshood, this species is not commonly seen in gardens, where it will form an upright clump of deeply-cut green leaves preferring a site that will not dry out. It also makes an outstanding cut flower. Like all monkshoods, all parts of this plant are poisonous. ... Learn More

    $3.54

  12. ACONITUM SACHALINENSE

    Collected originally on our 2004 seed expedition to the Russian island of Sakhalin, ("Land of the Giants") this unusually large, and very lovely plant bears substantial rosettes of elegant ferny leaves from which arise tall, strong stems bearing whorls of sizeable, deepest blue "Monkshood" flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.67

  13. ACONITUM SPECIES MIXED

    We are offering a selection of a large number of different aconitums varying in colour from white and yellows up to pale lavender and deepest blue. All of them are hardy herbaceous plants, and habits vary from compact to bushy, with heights also covering a good variable range. Grow some and see if you can identify them, as we have collected too little seed to offer them individually. ... Learn More

    $3.74

  14. ACONITUM VULPARIA

    Long-lived clumps produce very dense sprays of pale sulphur yellow hooded flowers in spring and early summer, above attractive, bright green shiny foliage. If dead-headed, flowering will continue into the autumn. ... Learn More

    $3.88

  15. ACTAEA ELATA

    Beautiful spray like clusters of showy white flowers form conspicuous, long, bottlebrush-looking flower heads, very late in the year when most other flowers have long-gone. Found in north western USA and western coast of Canada it has many medicinal and other properties, for example it is reputed to repels insects, hence its name "Bugbane". Unlike other members of the genus Actaea most of which bear berries, the few seeds are produced in green pods, resembling those of aconitums. ... Learn More

    $4.01

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