Flower Seeds

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  1. FRITILLARIA MONTANA

    These plants are sumptuous, easy, beautiful and stoloniferous, which means they spread well. They have glaucous leaves, and thin stems which carry two to four flowers, about 25 mm (1") long, and plump like a plum, which are lime green and heavily chequered purple-black over brown. This species is native to much of Europe where they usually bloom early, in March and April before experiencing a dry summer. ... Learn More

    $4.07

  2. FRITILLARIA PALLIDIFLORA

    Creamy-yellow coloured, nodding, bell-shaped flowers, delicately pencilled in green and brown, appear in early summer, bearing lance-shaped, silvery-grey leaves along the stems. The flowers are unusually large and attractive making them ideal for a moist shady spot in the garden where they will thrive for years and bulk up where happy, although they do well in containers too. Fritillaria pallidiflora is amongst the last of this lovely group of plants to flower. These plants deserve their RHS AGM (Award of Garden Merit) and originated from the Russian/Chinese border, but have been grown in cultivation for many years. ... Learn More

    $3.80

  3. FRITILLARIA PONTICA

    Waxy, bell-shaped, scented flowers of pale green, tinged maroon at the base, arise in April and May. This is an ideal bulb for growing in a rock garden, raised bed, cold greenhouse or cold frame rather than the normal wet garden soil. Among the easiest of all fritillarias, it will naturalize with fair reliability, prefering moist rich soil for spring, but dryer for summer & winter. Fritillaria pontica is native to mountains in Albania, Bulgaria, northern Greece and western Turkey. ... Learn More

    $4.07

  4. FRITILLARIA PYRENAICA

    Long bells of deep red-bronze are freckled in gold and have the tips of the petals are turned back. The inside of the flower is golden with burnished brown markings. This lovely stout-stemmed hardy species does best outside in the garden where it prefers humus-enriched soils with good drainage. ... Learn More

    $4.00

  5. FRITILLARIA RADDEANA

    A stunningly beautiful plant with tall stems to 40cm topped with a crowded whorl of bright straw yellow, although some say lichen-green, flowers in March/April. With a striking resemblance to a "Crown Imperial Fritillary" this stately plant can take your breath away on first encounter. It grows well in sun or partial shade and is utterly reliable, increasing yearly in good soil ... Learn More

    $5.11

  6. FRITILLARIA SEWERZOWII

    Robust, floriferous, and graceful this attractive plant bears pale greenish-yellow flowers with centres shading from rust to bitter chocolate bloom in April-May, flaring wide to display maroon-black anthers. On the outside, the flowers are glaucous purple-brown shading to yellow. The leaves are thick, lanceolate, glaucous and up to 4 cm (2") wide. This rare species is native to screes in the mountains of Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan, North Pakistan and Western China. ... Learn More

    $4.42

  7. FUCHSIA ARBORESCENS

    This large-leaved, almost frost-hardy evergreen shrub bears large clusters of attractive rose-purple flowers followed by bunches of dark purple fruit. In a sheltered spot it makes an incredibly attractive specimen, flowering throughout the year if kept warm and dryish. Although botanically a fuchsia, and looking more like a lilac, its identity often puzzles people who admire it! ... Learn More

    $4.76

  8. FUCHSIA KATINKA

    Rarely offered as seed, this plant bears countless small bright red flowers which adorn the compact dividing branches, which are clad with equally tiny leaves, and finally the branches are arrayed with numerous small black berries! These lovely versatile plants are quite different from the normal run of fuchsias, and they can be trained to most shapes including Bonsai. If grown in a conservatory or greenhouse during the winter months, they will continue to produce flowers that are larger than those in the summer time. Many of these types are quite hardy, and if cut to the ground reliably spring up again the following spring. They perform really well if grown in pots, and with this protection you have the added advantage of the winter flowers. This gorgeous form has larger flowers than others of the Encliandra group. ... Learn More

    $5.04

  9. FUCHSIA ORNAMENTAL MIX

    These seeds have been collected from plants, some of which are sizeable bushes and which have actually overwintered outside, here in our gardens in Devon, in all shapes, colours and sizes. You will get a surprising mixture of new forms from these seeds. ... Learn More

    $4.42

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    FUCHSIA VULCANICA

    Hanging clusters of long, tubular, pinkish red and orange flowers open on this rare, superb and sought-after plant, followed by small, edible fruits. It is easily cultivated in cool temperate climates without extremes of heat or cold, either in a well-drained spot in the garden or a large container. In a severe winter it can be cut to the ground, but invariably re-emerges the following spring. A marvelous shrub to about 1.5 m tall it is native to paramo and cloud forests of the Andes in Colombia and Ecuador between 2500 and 4000 m. ... Learn More

    $4.83

  11. GALACTITES TOMENTOSA

    One of the most attractive winter rosettes with strikingly variegated 'soft' thistle leaves which sprout forth a multitude of fragrant purple summer flowers which open in long succession all summer. Gently self-seeds in a hot year although fertile seeds are few and must be collected individually by hand. ... Learn More

    $3.68

  12. GALACTITES TOMENTOSA ALBA

    One of the most attractive winter rosettes of any plant. Strikingly variegated 'soft' thistle leaves sprout forth a multitude of purple summer flowers on the standard plant which gently self-seeds in a hot year. This is the incredible albino version of the lovely purple form. Discovered by Dorian Roxburgh on her parent's farm in South West Spain and brought back to England. Sprays of fragrant green-eyed white flowers in long succession all summer. Fertile seeds are few and must be collected individually by hand. ... Learn More

    $3.68

  13. GALTONIA CANDICANS

    A super value packet of this giant, hardy South African lily. In early summer opens large drooping fragrant white bells atop stout stately stems. Much resembles a giant snowdrop. ... Learn More

    $2.43

  14. GALTONIA PRINCEPS

    Strong, erect stems carry palest lime-green waxy bells, earlier than Galtonia candicans, above handsome, broad, grey-green, strap-shaped leaves. This is an ideal plant for any freely drained soil in full sun. ... Learn More

    $2.85

  15. GALTONIA REGALIS

    If you love green flowers this is one of your best bets! This giant has numerous fragrant, pendent, flared-open green bells, on thick, strong stems. It will spread both by bulb division and also self-seeding if you are lucky providing viewers with an unforgettable sight. ... Learn More

    $3.61

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