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  1. EUPHORBIA ROBBIAE

    Striking evergreen plant, often mistaken for a small rhododendron, until the stately yellow green spires appear in late spring. "Invaluable for shady or sunny places, even in poor soil." (G.S.T.) ... Learn More

    $2.96

  2. EUPHORBIA 'ROSE'S SURPRISE'

    We do not know what it was, but the lovely dwarf Euphorbia pithyusa crossed with something in the garden, (possibly E. 'Golden Foam'), to produce this unusual plant, and we were surprised to see it producing seed. It forms a low dome of repeatedly branching red stems carrying countless yellow flowers. Will be happiest on a hot rockery or well-drained area. Let us know if you can solve this one. ... Learn More

    $2.30

  3. EUPHORBIA SCHILLINGII

    A worthy recipient of the R.H.S. Award of Garden Merit. Numerous thick massed stems with veined rubbery leaves, and terminating in compound golden yellow florets, radiate in every direction producing a dome reaching almost to the ground. ... Learn More

    $3.21

  4. EUPHORBIA SIKKIMENSIS

    Sprouting stems carry dazzling red leaves in earliest spring. Later they elongate before producing glorious yellow flower heads, when the leathery leaves retain the superbly contrasting blood red veining. Finally, in October, the leaves fall, leaving bright red, electric flex cane-like stems. A very high value plant for all seasons! ... Learn More

    $3.33

  5. EUPHORBIA STRICTA 'GOLDEN FOAM'

    Visualise a red-stemmed golden-flowered compact gypsophila and you will be close to describing this outstanding new introduction. This plant has an exciting future - both as a garden plant and cut flower. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  6. EUPHORBIA STYGIANA

    An extremely rare shrub now found only in the Azores Islands where it is almost extinct. This extremely attractive plant has distinctively white-veined, leathery green leaves and large yellow flower heads which are strongly honey-scented in spring and summer. ... Learn More

    $3.81

  7. EUPHORBIA VALDEVILLOSOCARPA

    A striking and completely new plant we obtained under this name from Eastern Europe. Stout radiating stems form a sizeable dome smothered with golden flowers in early and mid-summer. Very hardy and totally perennial! ... Learn More

    $2.96

  8. FASCICULARIA MICRANTHA

    A rare and narrow-leaved form of this hard member of the pineapple family collected from the southern Chilean Andes. In autumn the centre of the large rosette of leaves turns flaming red around the central golf-ball like cluster of egg-shell blue flower buds. ... Learn More

    $4.11

  9. FERULA COMMUNIS

    This superb and spectacular giant from the Mediterranean has dark green leaves, divided many times into delicate, feathery segments. The enormous flower-heads contain countless tiny, bright yellow flowers in early summer. It makes an enormous hardy tuber in time, and can make a spectacular addition to a wild garden, border, shrubbery or on a pool margin. ... Learn More

    $3.57

  10. FERULAGO SYLVATICA

    This striking plant produces several, tall, strong, impressive, almost bamboo-like, repeatedly dividing stems, carrying large umbels of bright yellow flowers, much loved by butterflies and bees. These later transform into architectural sprays of exceptionally attractive, very large, flat, golden seeds making this a superb specimen plant. ... Learn More

    $3.21

  11. FIBIGIA CLYPEATA

    A charming dwarf plant for the front border or rockery with grey-green leaves and short stems holding sprays of yellow flowers which transform into attractive, hard, bladder-like seed pots, rather like small eggs clustered up the stems. ... Learn More

    $2.48

  12. FIBIGIA ERIOCARPA

    Silver-grey foliage and stems supporting the masses of lemon yellow flowers make this rather unusual crucifer quite a curiosity. It is supposedly a perennial, but is best treated as either an annual or biennial. ... Learn More

    $2.48

  13. FICUS ALTISSIMA

    This sizeable evergreen tree has a buttressed trunk and a spreading crown, and bark that is smooth and grey, with small pale brown pustules. The attractive clusters of orange-red fruits are officially described as edible, but they are hard and not palatable and are usually grown for their ornamental effect. The large leaves, a little like the rubber plant, have wonderfully pale green veins that show up beautifully against the emerald green of the leaves. This particular ficus is a beautiful addition to any home and makes an excellent container plant. ... Learn More

    $3.45

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    FICUS AURICULATA

    An unusually small tree in the wild, it has disproportionately large leaves, hence one of its common names, which start intensely red, and turn more and more green when reaching their ultimate size of up to 50 cm length. Its edible fruits, which ripen both on branches and the trunk, are used to make jams, juices and curries in India, whilst in Vietnam, unripe fruits are also used in salads. It also provides various traditional medicinal uses, and its large strong leaves are often used as plates! The tree is cultivated in India and from Myanmar to Vietnam and SW China and Brazil. ... Learn More

    $3.51

  15. FILIPENDULA HEXAPETALA

    One of the really garden-worthy British native plants, this delicate beauty is found growing on grassland on chalk. With attractive, deeply-cut fern-like foliage, and loose panicles of pink-tinged, creamy white, spiraea-like flowers in early summer, it makes a pleasant addition to some of the more garish plants that abound in garden centres, and contrary to the conditions where it grows wild, in the garden it thrives in all but bone dry soils. ... Learn More

    $3.33

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