Flower Seeds

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  1. EUCOMIS POLE-EVANSII

    The biggest and most impressive of the "Pineapple lilies". Massive stems, which can be as thick as broomsticks, hold aloft glorious pineapple-like heads of green and cream flowers. A stupendous specimen plant, especially in a large pot, but which usually produces almost no seed here! ... Learn More

    $5.21

  2. EUCOMIS REICHENBACHII

    This rarely seen lily relative from South Africa ("The Pineapple Lily") has massive fleshy strap-shaped leaves from which arise stout stems carrying very long lasting, purple-edged, green flowers in late summer and autumn. ... Learn More

    $3.17

  3. EUONYMUS FORTUNEI 'HARLEQUIN'

    Euonymus can be deciduous or evergreen shrubs or even small trees, often with fine autumn colour, and small flowers followed by spectacularly colourful fruits. 'Harlequin' is a low-growing evergreen shrub to 60cm tall, with narrowly oblong leaves heavily splashed and mottled with creamy-white, and tinged with pink in autumn and winter, thus perfectly suitable for a low hedge. ... Learn More

    $3.89

  4. EUONYMUS FORTUNEII 'EMERALD 'N' GOLD'

    One of the most versatile evergreen shrubs with a spreading habit, it has broad, yellow-margined leaves, with fine autumn and winter colour, which are tinged pink in winter. The fruit is a four-lobed, pale green pod-like berry, which splits open to reveal the attractive, fleshy-coated orange seeds. It makes an excellent specimen shrub, a low informal hedge or an ideal climber on walls. AGM Winner ... Learn More

    $2.97

  5. EUPATORIUM CANABINUM

    A vigorous and valuable late flowering plant carrying dense sprays of fragrant, deep pink flowers on strong cane-like stems, from June until September. The thin pointed leaves do bear a distinct resemblance to the commonly smoked substance, whose name we cannot print here as an internet filter will assert, incorrectly, that we are selling this. We have even spelled the botanical name wrongly to avoid this fate.......there should be two 'n's. Oh, and the common name wrongly too! Sorry! ... Learn More

    $3.30

  6. EUPHORBIA AMYGDALOIDES PURPUREA

    This beauty makes beetroot-coloured spring foliage, an attractive contrast with the golden yellow "flower heads". A slow-growing gem of the euphorbia family, that spreads mainly only by seed, and it sets very few, but which makes an elegant spring bonus in any border. ... Learn More

    $4.22

  7. EUPHORBIA BASELICIS

    Radiating stems of blue-grey leaves terminate in trusses of conspicuous yellow-green flowers. On a hot dry bank it is truly spectacular, leaves, bracts and flowers turning gold, edged with a fiery red. Very few seeds. ... Learn More

    $3.76

  8. EUPHORBIA CHARACIAS CHARACIAS

    Probably the most popular and long-lived of all spurges, this old favourite produces strong stems of evergreen, blue-green leaves which terminate in extended narrow heads of bright yellow flowers. One of the easiest, long-lived and trouble-free plants you can grow. ... Learn More

    $3.89

  9. EUPHORBIA CHARACIAS WULFENII

    This outstanding and most attractive form produces imposing clumps of erect stems clad in narrow grey leaves terminating in large and almost spherical, football-sized heads of yellow-green flowers. These plants were originally seedlings from 'John Tomlinson' an exceptional form, with more rounded flowers. These imposing specimen plants will perform reliably where little else will thrive. ... Learn More

    $3.63

  10. EUPHORBIA COGNATA

    A brand new and lovely addition to gardens. Many stems, each one ending in a broad rosette of greenish-yellow flowers, radiate out in all directions from a solid, long-lived clump. Much loved by pollinating insects. ... Learn More

    $3.76

  11. EUPHORBIA CORALLIOIDES

    Too rarely seen or grown, the "Coral Spurge" a non-running clump former, has dazzling yellow flowers and bracts in dense profusion on massed wiry stems. These are produced from earliest spring until early winter, making this fabulous and attractive plant one of the longest-flowering and valuable of commercial cut flowers too. It is synonymous or very similar to Euphorbia oblongata, the two species being to all intent and purpose indistinguishable when grown together. ... Learn More

    $3.89

  12. EUPHORBIA CORNIGERA

    An exciting and apparently rarely encountered newcomer to our garden. Thick stems, rubbery pale veined lanceolate leaves and truly splendid plates of brightest golden flowers in early summer make this a must for every garden. ... Learn More

    $3.37

  13. EUPHORBIA CYPARISSIAS

    In the spring showy lime-yellow bracts open which slowly age to red, on thin stems bearing narrow, bluish-green, linear leaves. This unusual plant superficially resembles that of a very tiny spruce or cypress tree, hence the common name. It is very adaptable, but can be invasive by underground runners in rich soils. ... Learn More

    $3.89

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    EUPHORBIA 'DWARF BLACK PEARL'

    Grey-green whorls of foliage bear sprays of bright green flowers, each with a darkest maroon almost black eye. Bursting with sweet nectar these striking flowers, which open in spring and stay in place until the first frosts, are a magnet for bees and butterflies. One of the most attractive of all euphorbias, this dwarf form will thrive almost anywhere but excels in dry gardens. Seed very scarce. ... Learn More

    $3.89

  15. EUPHORBIA GRIFFITHII 'FIREGLOW'

    Heads of brick red flowers in early summer on strong massed stems. One of the very best sellers and deservedly so, but sadly one of the poorest seed producers. ... Learn More

    $5.21

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