Flower Seeds

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  1. TULIPA TURKESTANICA 'AMAN KUTA'

    Pretty star-shaped white flowers with deep golden yellow at their throats, 3-5cm across, are produced either singly or in racemes of up to a dozen, and are contrasted by thin straps of grey-green foliage. Flowering in mid March and best in full sun, they make a perfect feature for the rock garden or in containers, or even on the patio for some early interest. A native of Asia, this rare variety is found in the Aman Kuta mountain pass and can show coloured stamens, either black-tipped or purplish-black throughout. ... Learn More

    $3.70

  2. TULIPA URUMIENSIS

    This dwarf species from Iran and Turkey, with narrow leaves and bright golden yellow flowers which are bronzed on the outer side with reddish brown ribs, is a long-flowering miniature botanical tulip, which holds both its leaves & flowers close to the ground. April blooms are followed by ornamentally appealing seed heads. It is justly a recipient of the Award of Garden Merit. It is native to the northern shore of Lake Urumiya in Azarbaijan, and is named for that lake. It also grows along Lake Rezaiyeh in northwestern Iran. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  3. TULIPA VVEDENSKYI

    An extremely rare, low-growing tulip with surprisingly large flowers, in colours ranging from red to orange and yellow, with one color sometimes brushed over another. Originating from the mountains of Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, it is known to be one of the strongest tulips from that region, where it thrives at more than 2,000m/6,500ft. Specialist collectors and growers in the Netherlands have observed that it makes so-called sinkers or droppers, new bulbs that push down very deeply in the soil, presumably to seek protection from hostile weather. It is simply stunning and highly recommended as a "must have" tulip. ... Learn More

    $5.07

  4. TYPHA ANGUSTIFOLIA

    This marginals and damp ground plant produces the well-known, most attractive dark chocolate-coloured seed heads which are frequently used by florists. Although it will grow in damp ground it performs best in water margins up to 50cm deep. It is reported that the roots have been used in Asia to combat dysentery. ... Learn More

    $3.32

  5. TYPHA LATIFOLIA

    This well-known, deciduous, marginal water plant has upright, strap-shaped leaves and in late summer, bears dark cream, terminal flower heads, followed by large, ornamental, dark brown, sausage-shaped seed heads. These seem to almost explode if touched when they are ripe in the autumn and winter, when thousands of seeds are released which float away in the air. They have had numerous uses over the years including being used as torches when soaked in oil, and by children who use them as clubs when play-fighting. The latter use has caused many stern admonishments when children are finally discovered resembling snowmen! It is found as a native plant species in North and South America, Europe, Eurasia, and Africa. ... Learn More

    $3.44

  6. UMBILICUS RUPESTRIS

    Absolutely perfect for walls or crevices in your garden, this delightful plant produces fleshy round leaves with an uneven edge, spread at the base of the plant, from which emerge reddish stalks covered with tiny green flowers. A fascinating curiosity, this is the one you may have spotted many times out on your country walks and wondered "What is that?!" ... Learn More

    $2.99

  7. UNCINIA ERINACEA

    From the wet mountains of Chile comes this unusual grass, a member of the "Hook-Sedge" family. Tight clumps of erect green blades sprout forth arching stems with plump, brown seed heads laden with 'hooky' seeds which will cling on to your socks or even onto the hairs on your arms or legs (gentlemen only). In a spot on its own makes an attractive specimen, but watch the dog! ... Learn More

    $2.73

  8. UROSPERMUM DALECHAMPII

    Very rarely seen and seldom offered is this lovely flower from the Mediterranean where it forms a neat rosette of wavy-edged leaves slowly spreading into clumps, and opening continuously over an all-summer-long period, gorgeous, black-eyed, soft lemon-yellow flowers, two inches or so across with beautifully and geometrically arranged petals and a ruff of hairy leaves half way up the flower stems. Although a rare alpine plant it makes a superb rockery or border specimen. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  9. VALERIANA OFFICINALIS

    V. officinalis is a clump-forming, upright, herbaceous perennial with fleshy, branching stems, aromatic, bright green basal and stem leaves and clusters of pink or white flowers in summer.Valerian has been used as a medicinal herb since at least the time of ancient Greece and Rome. ... Learn More

    $2.92

  10. VALERIANA PYRENAICA

    Dense heads of tiny pale purple or lilac flowers over large heart-shaped deeply veined leaves. Very attractive plant for the herbaceous border that will thrive in full sun or part shade on damp but well drained soil. Attractive to bees. Can be propagated by division once established. ... Learn More

    $3.38

  11. VELVET RED

    The ‘Velvet Red Tomato’ is almost too bizarre to be real, the leaves of this extraordinary heirloom plant being a fuzzy silvery gray colour, whilst the skins of these scrumptious, supersweet little red cherry tomatoes are velvety! This is not only an ornamental plant, though, as the fruit is absolutely delicious. This spectacular novelty tomato, a great selection for a patio garden, grown from these rare seeds, might be the most beautiful ornamental vegetable you will ever grow and is guaranteed to turn heads! (SEMI-BUSH) ... Learn More

    $2.66

  12. VERATRUM ALBUM

    From an impressive rosette of large pleated leaves arises a strong branching stem carrying pale greenish-yellow starry flowers. This slow-growing but long-lived aristocratic plant will improve slowly over the years. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  13. VERATRUM NIGRUM

    A superb, very long lived border plant, with strong spikes arising from leathery green leaves carrying dark purple, almost black, star-shaped flowers. This superb lily relative will improve in stature and size over the years if planted in well-prepared ground. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  14. VERATRUM VIRIDE

    Unusual green flowers open in sprays on tall, strong stems which arise from basal rosettes of large leaves. The young plant looks much like a large celery-green bud with deep parallel veins, and as it grows, the leaves swirl around the plant in an attractive way. It is found across North America in wet soils in meadows, sunny stream banks, and open forests, from sea level up to 1,600m. Few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $4.16

  15. VERBASCUM ARCTURUS

    From Crete comes this charming one with woolly white leaves and yellow flowers with protruding scarlet anthers. These are ideal for a rock garden or wall, and are the dwarf relatives of many of the giants that often self-seed so prolifically along the roadsides of the world. ... Learn More

    $3.84

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