Flower Seeds

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  1. VIOLA PAPUANUM

    Obtained only as 'Seed Collected Alpine Papua New Guinea' and not yet in wide cultivation, this tiniest of dwarf gems does best in a shady corner or a pot out of the sun,where it makes an attractive, slowly creeping and rooting carpet of tiny hairy leaves with miniature blue flowers in the spring! ... Learn More

    $3.57

  2. VIOLA PEDATIFIDA

    From April until July, blue-violet flowers open above neat clumps of leaves which resemble a bird's foot with the outer toes again parted. The specific epithet pedatifida means "pedately-cleft" in botanical Latin. This beautiful flower is sadly threatened or endangered in much of its North American home, but will thrive in any moist and shady spot in the garden and even self-seed where happy. ... Learn More

    $3.57

  3. VIOLA PORTALESIA

    White-eyed bright blue flowers open over an extended period on this lovely viola from the Chilean Andes. Very rarely offered, this semi-shrubby plant is one of the few large violas in Chile, most others being small plants rarely exceeding 20 cm. It thrives best in a well-drained spot in semi-shady conditions although on the Chilean mountains it often tolerates freezing spells down to about minus 5° C (the typical morning frost of central Chile). ... Learn More

    $3.27

  4. VIOLA SELKIRKII

    Smaller than Viola koreana, this tiny plant from North America has dappled and variegated small olive green leaves and short stems bearing very early, reflexed, deep violet flowers. This small jewel should have a place in every shady garden or trough. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  5. VIOLA TENUIS

    This rare, and surprisingly hardy Brazilian violet grows at altitude, where it exists in wet rocky cracks forming low, stoloniferous, slowly spreading, octopus-like plants, which root as they touch the ground. In time this becomes a large colony producing an endless display of short stemmed creamy-white flowers above oval, hairy leaves. Picture is buds only, sorry! ... Learn More

    $3.57

  6. VIOLA 'TIGEREYE'

    Bright golden faces delicately laced and netted in black make this one of the new 'Must-Have' plants. We have selected this stunning viola for several generations and it comes rewardingly true from seed. ... Learn More

    $3.02

  7. VISCARIA 'BLUE ANGEL'

    The rare "blue campion", almost lost to cultivation, is a fantastic dwarf cottage garden plant, with a unique colour among this group of flowers, having masses of wide-open, sizeable, two-tone mid blue flowers smothering it. They appear around six to eight weeks after sowing and open all season long. It also makes excellent cut flowers and will thrive almost anywhere, even in poor sandy soils. ... Learn More

    $3.57

  8. VITEX AGNUS CASTUS 'PINK ICING'

    This is a rare variant of the normally blue-flowered shrub, one plant of which was discovered on the Greek island of Kos. Strong branches bear fragrant leaves, almost exactly identical to those of cannabis plants, which terminate in most attractive clusters of fragrant, pinkish-mauve flowers. It is also called Chaste Tree, Chasteberry, Abraham's Balm or Monk's Pepper, as it was once used to flavour stews in monasteries, (not recommended for honeymooners). It is a native of the Mediterranean region and although hardy here on the UK south coast in Devon, it may need shelter elsewhere. It is one of the few temperate-zone species of Vitex, which is generally a genus of tropical and sub-tropical flowering plants. ... Learn More

    $3.51

  9. VITEX AGNUS CASTUS 'TEXAS LILAC'

    Strong branches bear fragrant leaves, almost exactly identical to those of cannabis plants, and terminate in most attractive clusters of fragrant blue-mauve flowers. Vitex agnus-castus, also called Chaste Tree, Chasteberry, Abraham's Balm or Monk's Pepper, was once used to flavour stews in monasteries, (not recommended for honeymooners). It is a native of the Mediterranean region and although relatively hardy in Devon, it may prefer shelter elsewhere. It is one of the few temperate-zone species of Vitex, which is generally a genus of tropical and sub-tropical flowering plants. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  10. WAHLENBERGIA CONGESTA

    Delicate pale blue bells on countless short slender stems hover above compact mats of tiny spathulate leaves. (New Zealand Harebell) ... Learn More

    $3.45

  11. WAHLENBERGIA SAXICOLA

    Sharply-pointed blue petals adorn this lovely prostrate campanula relative, that makes impressive sweeping cushions of bright blue on the higher peaks of the Tasmanian mountains. This little gem has tiny basal leaves and prostrate stems. ... Learn More

    $3.09

  12. WAHLENBERGIA 'SNOW-CAP'

    An incredible, brand new hardy plant from the riversides of the African mountains. This vigorous selection from W. rivularis will run gently underground, giving a long succession of very large ivory-white flowers from June until late August. ... Learn More

    $3.02

  13. WALLFLOWERS CHOICE COTTAGE MIX

    Collected from the large collection of all colours and forms in our extensive gardens, these plants will produce the traditional guaranteed blaze of spring colour if planted in the autumn. You may discover the very occasional different-looking gem that is the result of bee cross pollination with our large collection of perennial erysimums (perennial wallflowers). If you do, keep it apart from the other common ones, it may surprise you! ... Learn More

    $2.12

  14. WALNUT (JUGLANS REGIA )

    This large spreading tree, will slowly grow up to a height of 15 metres or so but the ultimate size is quite variable, dependent on the local soil quality and climate. Well worth growing for future generations, it becomes a very heavy cropper in time. The ideal temperature for longest possible storage of walnuts is just below freezing point, and low humidity, both for industrial and home storage. The combination of both healthy unsaturated fats and high levels of antioxidants, along with rich vitamin content has increased interest in growing nuts in garden or orchards. Surprisingly the humble Walnut is turning out to be possibly the healthiest of all nuts, thanks to its super-abundance of antioxidants. ... Learn More

    $4.36

  15. WATSONIA MERIANA VAR BULBILLIFERA (Bulbils)

    The lovely Bugle Lily, native to the hills of South Africa, has sword-shaped leaves above which open delicate, soft-apricot coloured flowers, borne on a tall spike-like inflorescence, and that do actually resemble a bugle. Seeds ripen in late summer and finally in late autumn clusters of small brown bulbils form high on the dying stems, and can be easily picked off to start new colonies elsewhere before they fall! ... Learn More

    $4.17

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