Flower Seeds

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  1. SCLERANTHUS BIFLORUS

    This truly amazing plant, slowly creeping along like a dense and solid green rippling carpet, produces wonderful shapes and forms. Although related to our pinks, it is reputed to be the only Australian alpine totally hardy in the UK. ... Learn More

    $2.88

  2. SCLERANTHUS UNIFLORUS

    Probably the most diminutive, slow-growing and intriguing, ground covering alpine plant one can grow. In early summer, the prostrate cushion makes tiny half inch stems which carry one golden seed each, whilst any weeds in its path are stifled. ... Learn More

    $3.06

  3. SCORZONERA SUBEROSA CARIENSIS

    Open flowers with rays of purple flowers adorn this low-growing perennial, and are followed by lovely fluffy seed heads reminiscent of dandelion clocks. A charming addition to a rock garden or container display in well drained soil and a sunny location, where it will provide plenty of interest throughout the summer, and gently self-seed if lucky. ... Learn More

    $3.19

  4. SCROPHULARIA VERNALIS

    Clusters of strong-smelling yellow flowers are shown on a sturdy erect stem amid elaborately-edged deeply veined leaves not dissimilar to the common nettle. More commonly found on the European mainland, this unusual looking plant likes to stand in shade and once established is likely to pop up places you might not expect to find it. To add to its bizarre and interesting features, this is also one of the few plants to be pollinated by wasps. ... Learn More

    $3.06

  5. SCUTELLARIA ALPINA

    This most attractive, drought-resistant dwarf alpine makes a very low mound of radiating stems each of which is clad lengthwise with long-snouted yellow snapdragons. A perfect plant for the front of the rockery or in a small pot. ... Learn More

    $3.00

  6. SCUTELLARIA ALTISSIMA

    Non-invasive clumps of small blue and white "snapdragons" in close packed spikes. An easy trouble free plant to grow, which will spread slowly by self-seeding. ... Learn More

    $2.94

  7. SCUTELLARIA BAICALENSIS

    One of the fifty fundamental herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine, this low growing perennial has spear-shaped leaves and stems spreading along the ground which then turn upwards at the tips. A quite spectacular plant, it bears dense sprays of sizeable, hairy, tubular, bluish-purple helmet-shaped flowers, which are produced in summer. ... Learn More

    $3.62

  8. SCUTELLARIA HASTIFOLIA

    Dark blue trumpet-shaped flowers are held on upright stems over a mass of tiny lanceolate deeply veined leaves. This is an excellent plant to occupy a corner in a rock garden, or for solo display in a container and will appreciate well drained soil in a sunny position. ... Learn More

    $3.38

  9. SCUTELLARIA HAVANENSIS

    Startlingly gentian-blue flower open on this bright, drought-tolerant gem that comes not just from the Havana area of Cuba but also the rocky pinelands of the Caribbean area, including South Florida. This dazzling blue "Skullcap" is a dependable choice for well-drained locations in full to part sun. Once you have planted it, it will cheerfully spread around and reseed itself in a localized area, and should never be invasive, so some will always return, even after you think it's gone. ... Learn More

    $3.56

  10. SCUTELLARIA TOURNEFORTII

    From the dry mountains of Iran comes this dwarf gem. Upwards-pointing, pale blue-violet tipped white flowers open from June until August on short stems above compact clumps of foliage. It is definitely a non-running plant and possibly one for the alpine house as it does self-seed. ... Learn More

    $3.44

  11. SEDUM AIZOON

    From Western Siberia (so it should be hardy) and Japan, comes this herbaceous, trouble free plant. In spring many stout stems clad in toothed, fleshy leaves arise from a stout rootstock. Large heads of rich yellow flowers are produced from June until August. We are offering the 'best form' - Sedum aizoon ssp. maximowiczii. ... Learn More

    $3.56

  12. SEDUM ELLACOMBEANUM

    An ever-popular rockery plant forming a close mat of evergreen, fleshy, dark green leaves and low flat compound heads of numerous bright yellow flowers. (Sedum kamtschaticum var. ellacombeanum) ... Learn More

    $2.88

  13. SEDUM OBCORDATUM

    Low trailing stems carrying close-packed, succulent leaves, terminate in rosettes from which arise short stems bearing many creamy yellow star flowers. A very long-lived and hardy plant which is perfect hanging over a wall or for the front of a rockery. ... Learn More

    $2.88

  14. SEDUM PILOSUM

    A quite unique, rare and odd little biennial sedum from the Caucasus, the rosettes of which bear a remarkable resemblance to a small sempervivum. The bright pink flowers appear in spring on fleshy rosettes. Although the rosette bearing the flowering stem dies, the plants will gently self-seed making a stable colony in sharply drained conditions. ... Learn More

    $3.56

  15. SEDUM POSTMAN'S PRIDE

    An absolutely mind-blowing selection of dark-foliaged plants for sunny, dry locations. Numerous strong, shortish semi-upright stems produce masses of flowers from pink to deepest crimson, from late summer through to autumn. But the foliage demonstrates its most crowning glory, and it varies from mahogany to almost jet black, and none of the seedlings should disappoint you. The flowers attract honey bees and butterflies, and like other sedums, it is invaluable in rock and dry gardens because, once established, it thrives without irrigation. And if you are curious about the cultivar name..... The original parent plant was discovered by a Belgian postal carrier as he delivered the mail! ... Learn More

    $3.62

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