Flower Seeds

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  1. OXALIS VALDIVIENSIS

    From the Andes east of Valdivia in southern Chile, in 1994, we collected this clump forming, very long-flowering, non-invasive plant. A rosette of trifoliate leaves is surmounted by a continuous succession of dazzling yellow flowers from spring until late autumn. ... Learn More

    $3.05

  2. OXYRIA DIGNYA

    Common in the tundra of the Arctic grows this densely-tufted plant with flowers which are small and green, ageing to reddish, and grouped in an open upright cluster, before ripening to dense red tufts holding the seeds. This astonishingly hardy plant, to Zone 2 in the USA, has attractive, fleshy, kidney-shaped leaves which are very tasty. Indeed I have eaten these tasty leaves, high in vitamin C, high on the Scottish mountains in the UK where it maintains a foothold. ... Learn More

    $3.24

  3. OXYTROPIS SHOKANBETSUENSIS

    This rare perennial, endemic to rocky slopes of Mt Shokanbetsu in Japan, makes a mound of pinnate, grey-green leaves, above which attractive magenta and white flowers appear in summer. In rich, well-drained soil is fabulous, and utterly hardy. ... Learn More

    $3.75

  4. OXYTROPIS VICIDA

    Tufted and stemless white to red-purple flowers open on upright stems above a compact cushion of ferny compound leaves growing from a persistent woody base. This alpine plant is found at high elevations in gravelly, well-drained locations, screes, bare slopes and alpine fellfields up to 4100m in California to Alaska and eastwards to Colorado and Quebec. It is unique within its genus by virtue of its viscid, 'sticky with glandular warts', bracts and inflorescence. ... Learn More

    $3.75

  5. PACHYPHRAGMA MACROPHYLLUM

    In early spring, flat clusters of strangely-scented snow-white flowers with pale green veins open, followed by bizarre, flat, inversely suspended heart-shaped fruit. This rare, clump-forming, semi-evergreen perennial has ovate to rounded, scalloped, dark green leaves which form ground cover in the summer. A rare and valuable recent addition to the world of gardening! ... Learn More

    $3.62

  6. PAEONIA ANOMALA

    Superb, large, deep-rose blooms open like Meconopsis flowers, slowly flattening with age and displaying their centres as a golden boss of anthers, and as a bonus are perfumed like lily-of-the-valley. The stems of this rare Siberian species are clad in attractive leaves which are much divided with very narrow segments. ... Learn More

    $4.70

  7. PAEONIA CAMBESSEDESII

    This is the first paeony to flower in spring and you could grow it just for its attractive leaves, which appear in February and are a greyish-green pewter colour, with beetroot-red veins and stems. In March the large flowers open and are from mauve to pink. It truly is the first really glamorous plant of the year and sets very few good viable seeds. ... Learn More

    $6.48

  8. PAEONIA CHOICE MIXED

    This valuable mixture from a specialist Canadian grower contains many gems and includes the following varieties and species, all of which have delightful flowers and foliage. Paeonia suffruticosa 'Guardian of the Monastery'. Paeonia 'Silver dawn'. Paeonia officinalis ssp mollis. Paeonia Companion of Serenity. Paeonia rockii - pink form. Paeonia anomala. Paeonia Pehrson's Best Yellow. ... Learn More

    $6.03

  9. PAEONIA DELAVAYI

    This very long-lived makes hundreds of single, bowl-shaped, yellow-eyed flowers from red to deepest burgundy. In time this herbaceous shrub makes an imposing, many branched, deciduous tree, which is well worth waiting for. ... Learn More

    $4.06

  10. PAEONIA LUTEA SSP. LUDLOWII

    The lovely yellow "Tree Peony" produces masses of golden yellow bowl-shaped flowers from late spring until mid summer. It is relatively slow-growing, producing masses of strong "trunks" which lengthen over the years, but it is a very long lived thing, becoming an heirloom after ten years or so. ... Learn More

    $4.06

  11. PAEONIA MASCULA RUSSOI

    This lovely form of the species has large and lovely pink flowers blushed with violet over greyish green biternate leaves, in late spring and early summer. It is native to China, Italy, Morocco, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Lebanon and Israel. It has also been called P. corallina var. pubescens, describing the leaves which are hairy on the under side. ... Learn More

    $5.02

  12. PAEONIA MASCULA ssp MASCULA

    Another fabulous plant which is one of the most beautiful of the true species, producing superb, large, pink to deepest rose flowers which appear on erect stalks above unusual, broadly divided, light green leaves which are narrow and hairy underneath. This rare subspecies originates from Eastern Europe and Turkey. It performs well in any rich, well drained soil in full sun. ... Learn More

    $5.02

  13. PAEONIA MLOKOSEWITSCHII (MOLLY THE WITCH)

    A truly fabulous hardy herbaceous plant with huge pale lemon-yellow flowers in spring. In autumn, follows an equally impressive show as the large pods open, just like mouths, revealing the good, fertile black shiny seeds, and brightest crimson, decorative hollow ones. ... Learn More

    $5.52

  14. PAEONIA OBOVATA

    This beautiful spring plant produces red shoots with a crystalline dusting, which emerge in early April, soon followed by egg-shaped leaves that mature to a dark, reddish green. Chalice-like, single, deepest pink flowers with yellow anthers and purple filaments, mature to large seed-pods holding metallic-blue, pea-sized fertile seeds and holly-berry red un-fertilized seeds. ... Learn More

    $4.83

  15. PAEONIA OBOVATA (ALBA)

    This rare and lovely plant, which is attractive from spring until autumn, is often confused with P. japonica, which bears similar flowers but blooms later. Red shoots with a crystalline dusting emerge in early April followed by long, egg-shaped leaves that mature to a dark, reddish green. Each stem bears a 2-3 inch diameter, chalice-like, single, pure-white flower with yellow anthers and purple filaments. Later, mature seed pods open revealing metallic-blue, pea-sized fertile seeds, and holly-berry red infertile seeds. ... Learn More

    $6.67

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