Flower Seeds

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  1. 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

    $4.62

  2. 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

    $4.00

  3. FRITILLARIA STENANTHERA

    One of the most flamboyant and spectacular of all fritillaries, this exceptional plant produces up to a dozen pale apricot-pink and white star shaped flowers with dark purple bases. Attractive and unusual, this rare and delicate gem will do of its best, and multiply up, if grown in a large pot or a protected cold frame . ... Learn More

    $4.75

  4. FRITILLARIA THESSALA

    Much taller than its close relative Fritillaria graeca, this one has 12 inch stems bearing up to three large jade green bells chequered with dark purple. Originally from a population found at over 1,500m in the Katara Pass of Northern Greece this is perfect in the garden as it is a high altitude plant well used to summer dampness. ... Learn More

    $3.06

  5. FRITILLARIA WHITTALLII

    This very attractive species is still extremely rare in cultivation and bears good-sized bells which are silvery-green overlaid with an attractive, repeating pattern of light red-brown chequering. Although it will do well in a shady, organic border, it may be better-suited to a pot in the alpine house. ... Learn More

    $4.00

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    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

    $4.31

  7. 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

    $4.56

  8. FUCHSIA MAGELLANICA VAR MOLINAE

    A superb and charming garden shrub with soft green leaves, and masses of delicate flowers throughout late summer, which have corollas of soft lavender and sepals that are almost white, with a blush of pink. When mature it also develops flaking, parchment-like bark, which is eye-catching in its own right. ... Learn More

    $3.50

  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

    $4.00

  10. FUCHSIA PROCUMBENS

    This delightful, rarely-seen, almost-hardy trailing plant from New Zealand, bears intriguing small yellow flowers with deepest purple-tipped petals which reflex strongly and are bright green where they curve, along with bright red stamens that carry the quite astonishing bright blue pollen. These are followed by equally attractive, persistent red or magenta berries. It makes a wonderful rockery plant and also an equally lovely trailing pot plant for the sun lounge. Very few seeds available. ... Learn More

    $4.81

  11. GAILLARDIA ARISTATA

    Large showy flowers have pointed yellow petals with a bright red centre. Tufts of hairs project from the seed-like fruits and the entire plant is covered with fuzzy hairs. In its native USA home some Plateau Indian tribes used blanket flowers to treat wounds and settle fevers. ... Learn More

    $3.12

  12. GAILLARDIA 'ARIZONA APRICOT'

    A spectacular dwarf Blanket Flower with a long-flowering period and superb garden performance. The golden blooms blushed with apricot sit neatly above uniform, well-branched plants throughout summer and well into autumn. Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Arizona Apricot' is undemanding, providing fabulous colour whatever the weather. Perfect for containers or filling gaps in the front of borders. ... Learn More

    $3.00

  13. 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

    $3.31

  14. 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

    $3.31

  15. GALANTHUS ELWESII

    Almost certainly the most noticeable and beautiful of all snowdrops, this very large-flowered species has that extra impact and is worth looking out for. In addition, it has honey-scented blooms, which have two delicate green marks on the petals. The giant snowdrop has much, much larger flowers and far broader, impressive, silver-grey leaves, than the more common G. nivalis, its white, nodding blooms appearing in late winter, signalling spring around the corner. Like all snowdrops, G. elwesii is most successfully transplanted whilst growing "in the green". RHS AGM winner ... Learn More

    $4.00

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