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  1. AUBRIETA SNOWDRIFT

    This is possibly the first ever offering of seed of this pure white form of aubrieta. A very rare plant in cultivation, it makes dense cushions of evergreen foliage, studded with creamy white flowers in earliest spring. Extremely tough and bone hardy, it will thrive in the poorest of soils or especially on a dry wall where it will make a good solid cushion slowly enlarging yearly. In a dry location plants should best be planted out in the colder and wetter months to ensure they establish well! ... Learn More

    $3.69

  2. AZORINA VIDALII

    Very rarely offered is this dwarf shrub carrying shiny rubbery foliage with superb, waxy two inch, pink-tinged, white flared bells. A stunning plant from the Azores, thus appreciating winter protection. Excellent conservatory plant which can stand neglect. ... Learn More

    $3.69

  3. BABIANA STRICTA

    This charming South African perennial has erect, pleated, sword-shaped leaves and fragrant, funnel-shaped, violet-blue, purple or yellow flowers with a much darker eye, in mid to late spring. Preferring a sharply-drained soil in full sun, each flowering stem produces six or more blooms, each up to 5 cm (2 in) across, which are grouped in an inflorescence. ... Learn More

    $3.19

  4. BAEOMETRA UNIFLORA

    Native to southern Africa, this lovely relative of "Autumn Crocuses" is commonly called "Beetle Lily" due to the dark markings on the tepals. Strangely, the epithet actually means "single flowered" which is contradicted by the fact that the stem generally bears at least two yellow flowers. It is best grown in a warm scree or even in a pot indoors. ... Learn More

    $3.44

  5. BALBISIA PEDUNCULARIS

    Little known in cultivation or in books is this very rare geranium relative from the Andes. Sprays of bright yellow flowers over finely cut leaves. Sharp drainage and a protected spot, or pot culture are essential for this gem. ... Learn More

    $3.69

  6. BAPTISIA AUSTRALIS

    Flowering from June to August, this is one of the most beautiful early-summer perennials, with trifoliate leaves and erect, lupin-like racemes of rich violet-blue pea-like flowers, followed by conspicuous inflated pods. They do best in deep, well-drained, preferably neutral to acidic soil abd are soundly hardy and perennial. ... Learn More

    $3.38

  7. BAPTISIA AUSTRALIS 'PURPLE SMOKE'

    A superb recent introduction from the North Carolina Botanical Garden, this lovely hybrid offers great potential as a specimen plant, when it will form a tall, bushy mound of grey-green foliage, with long spikes of fragrant, smoky violet-blue and purple flowers, held on black stems. It makes an excellent substitute for lupins in areas where they are difficult to grow. In addition it makes an excellent cut-flower, and is attractive to butterflies and also, once established it is very drought tolerant. ... Learn More

    $3.50

  8. BARBAREA 'WINTER CREAM'

    Handsome evergreen winter rosettes of shiny green leaves marbled with cream blotches. Branching sprays of bright yellow flowers in spring. A lovely old cottage garden favourite. ... Learn More

    $2.25

  9. BAUHINIA RETUSA

    Large, sweetly-scented, magenta and pink, orchid-like flowers open throughout the year on this small deciduous ornamental tree which carries attractive large leaves, deeply two-lobed. Although in subtropical and tropical climates it is usually grown for its magnificent strongly-perfumed flowers, it is also used as a food item in South Asian cuisine and is widely used as an ingredient in many Pakistani and Indian recipes. Traditional kachnar curry is prepared using kachnar buds, yogurt, onions and native Pakistani and Indian spices. Kachnar buds are also eaten as a stir fried vegetable and used to make achaar, a pickle in many parts of the Indian sub-continent. In the Neotropics, it attracts hummingbirds—such as sapphire-spangled emerald (Amazilia lactea), glittering-bellied emerald (Chlorostilbon lucidus), or white-throated hummingbird (Leucochloris albicollis)—into gardens and parks. Mountain Ebony surely is one of the loveliest of Indian trees. ... Learn More

    $3.69

  10. BEESIA CALTHIFOLIA

    This very rare new introduction is native to the mountain meadows and woods in western China. It has short racemes of white starry flowers that appear pretty constantly all summer from May onwards, and undeniably handsome and extremely ornamental, evergreen, shiny, heart-shaped foliage turning to reddish shades in winter and spring. It is easily cultivated in any humus rich, preferably slightly moist soil in a sunny to partially shaded spot. This lovely plant will certainly challenge the ability of any discerning plants person to identify it! ... Learn More

    $4.81

  11. BEESIA DELTOPHYLLA

    This rare and fabulous shade garden perennial, only recently introduced from China, has evergreen heart-shaped leaves, each with a deeply-polished lustrous shine. In early summer thin, delicate stems arise bearing white starry flowers. This plant prefers moist, humus-rich, well drained soil in part shade to perform of its spectacular best, when it will perplex and thrill all who are privileged enough to see it. ... Learn More

    $4.81

  12. BEGONIA SEMPERFLORENS MIXED

    Home grown seed of fibrous rooted begonias of all sorts, and in all shades of reds, pinks and whites. And even some with bronze foliage. And maybe a few surprises too! ... Learn More

    $3.31

  13. BELAMCANDA CHINENSIS

    Clusters of purple-spotted-orange flowers appear from midsummer onwards into early autumn. In a sheltered position it will multiply and slowly spread, or for more controlled flowering it does well in a large container. ... Learn More

    $4.00

  14. BELLEVALIA DUBIA

    This attractive bellevalia has bi-colored inflorescence, flowers turning from a bright lilac-blue to pale brownish green on opening with long basal leaves spreading on the ground. In its native environments of Italy, Greece and western Turkey, it occurs on rocky hillsides, but is easily grown in any rich, well drained soil in a sunny spot. ... Learn More

    $3.06

  15. BELLEVALIA PARADOXA

    Between March and May this small bulbous plant from the Middle East has fleshy, mid green, lance like leaves and bears numerous short stems of pale-rimmed dark, inky-blue flowers. It prefers a very well drained soil in full sun and a dry summer dormancy or baking in the ground, making it ideal for a hot bank, scree or rockery in areas where summers may be wet. Will naturalise where happy. Also make a lovely pot plant! ... Learn More

    $3.44

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