Flower Seeds

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    One of the very choicest of this unusual group of flowers, this variety has unusually tall stems, slightly bending at the top, holding truly exceptional, large, bright blue, spiky powderpuff flowers. Even the foliage is attractive consisting of thick, leathery, spathulate leaves, deeply veined beneath. ... Learn More



    A seldom-seen but very easy little alpine, producing a low, shrubby, trailing mound of leathery, evergreen leaves. In late spring, shortish stems bear soft lavender-blue, shaggy daisy flowers over several weeks. This is a perfect choice for the sunny rock garden, and is also useful in an alpine troughs or gravel garden as it is drought tolerant once established. ... Learn More



    Tight heads of purple buds open into bluish-purple, spiky, globular flowers, which are held on short stems over neat rosettes of spathulate leaves. This slowly spreading plant is perfect for a gritty rock garden or pot. ... Learn More



    Neat little mounds of dark green foliage produce many globular, mid-blue flowers in late spring - early summer. A superb plant for a stone trough or tucked between stones on the rock garden, this is free-flowering, long-lived and easy to grow in good, well-drained soil or compost. About 7cm (3") high when flowering. Slow and delicate for us to propagate but thrives once established. Very tight congested mounds of tiny dark green glossy leaves from which rich dark blue flowers emerge on short 10cm stems in summer. Ideal for trough or raised bed, slow growing. A small, spreading perennial from the Alps. Has small lance like, dark green leaves which are evergreen. Bears spherical heads of lavender, daisy like flowers. Flowers June-August. Hates being wet and loves a gritty, well drained neutral soil in full sun. and similar to G. cordifolia, but more robust. Found in Southeast Alps, Mountains of Balkan Peninsula and the Apennines. ... Learn More



    This bone-hardy and slow-spreading plant opens its amazingly deep cobalt blue flowers in early spring which arise, on short stems, from a compact rosette of leathery oval leaves. It thrives best in a well-drained rock garden with occasional summer rain, and where other more vigorous plants will not encroach upon it. It also makes a perfect wall or trough plant. ... Learn More



    A winter hardy, evergreen perennial from mountain meadows and rock crevices in central Europe, making upright stalks with rich blue globular flowers above glossy leaves in a dense basal rosette. It is very easily cultivated in any rich, well drained soil in a sunny spot. ... Learn More



    Almost stemless lavender-blue powder puff flowers open on hummocks of deep green lustrous foliage made of glossy spoon-shaped leaves spreading outwards forming dense mats, giving this little beauty year round appeal. It does best in gritty, sharply drained soil, for example in a rock garden, scree bed, alpine house, or trough, as it is native to rock and scree areas in the mountains of the Mediterranean. Very few good seeds collected. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)


    Bright blue puff-ball flowers open on short stems in early summer above densely packed, shiny, evergreen leaves which spread to make an evergreen carpet. Coming from the eastern Mediterranean and Balkan Peninsula which are dry areas, this may be best suited to well-drained soil or on a rock garden. ... Learn More



    Native to the Spanish Pyrenees, this compact, cushion-forming, evergreen perennial has stiff, prostrate, spoon or lance-shaped, grey-green leaves and erect, leafy stems bearing attractive, fluffy, violet to blue flower heads in summer. One of the larger and more attractive species species, it prefers gritty well-drained soil. ... Learn More



    This beautiful climbing lily opens its waxy orange flowers over a very long period over the summer, usually growing to six feet or more. Although it is related to the more common and more showy gloriosas, this one is easier to grow and can actually be grown out doors in the UK as long as it is given adequate shelter, as one grew here on our hillside for many years before being killed by an Arctic winter. ... Learn More


    (5 seeds)


    This valuable mixture of ultra-dwarf grasses produces the most luxurious, very best and highest quality, ornate, formal or show lawn possible, producing a short, dense but fine-leaved turf, which keeps excellent colour throughout the year. It contains no creeping fescue or other inexpensive grass. Carefully prepare a flat, even seedbed before sowing thinly. Water well until at least 5 cm tall. It is slow to grow, but worth the wait. These small packets are ideal for patching and filling gaps where weeds have been removed, or where a neighbours cat has made a visit! 25 gms should cover a square meter if scattered carefully. Formula mixture: 50% ARCHIBAL certified Slender Fescue, 30% CAPRICCIO certified Chewings Fescue, 20% HIGHLAND certified Bentgrass. Also suitable for large pot of cat's grazing grass grown in good light indoors! ... Learn More


    (25 seeds)


    An unusual, pineapple-like plant from the edges of the Andes. Forms a rosette of narrow, arching leaves edged with sharp spines. Attractive clusters of rose-coloured flowers grow at the leaf bases followed by juicy, long, thin pineapple-flavoured fruits. ... Learn More


    (30 seeds)


    Bright golden shaggy flowers open on branched stems, which are leafy and upright and are generally covered in long, soft, shaggy but unmatted hairs. This rarely obtainable, late-summer blooming plant serves as an important late-season source of pollen and nectar for butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects. It grows only in Oregon, Washington and British Columbia where it thrives in wet meadows and marshlands. Its relatives in the South American Andes are equally attractive, and have white, glue-like resin covering their buds, but they prefer dry, desert-like mountainsides! ... Learn More


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    A rare form of Gunnera growing up to 3m tall. The petioles can be up to 2.5 m long and can sometimes be red. The toothed, large umbrella-like leaves can grow up to 2 m wide and grow in a rosette arrangement. The conical, red flower clusters can grow up to 1metre tall. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)


    Certainly one of the largest hardy herbaceous plants which can be grown in the U.K. producing large, puckered and lobed leaves on spiky stems above huge statuesque spikes of tiny reddish-green flowers. Near water this plant can grow enormous. ... Learn More


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