Flower Seeds

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  1. LATHYRUS AUREUS

    This a superb dwarf, clump forming plant with bright orange flowers in spring on compact domes of fine foliage. Few seeds produced. ... Learn More

    $3.45

  2. LATHYRUS HARDY SPECIES MIXED

    A collection of many climbing and shrubby species, mainly perennial, but including some lovely annuals. Species include: Lathyrus sativus albus; L. sylvestris; L. vernus; L. vernus albo rosea along with others collected from our garden in small quantities. ... Learn More

    $3.74

  3. LATHYRUS LATIFOLIUS

    Large clusters of sizeable lavender-mauve flowers which sadly are not fragrant, make excellent cut flowers and are good on dry sunny slopes. A relative of the annual Sweet Pea, this bone-hardy perennial will sprawl over the available space or form a solid clump of dark green leaves smothered in flowers. Can be clipped back hard after flowering to prevent spread through self-seeding. ... Learn More

    $3.38

  4. LATHYRUS LAXIFLORUS

    Masses of white and mauve pea flowers over hairy grey creeping foliage. Superb over rocks in hot spot. Very long-lived and hardy. ... Learn More

    $4.16

  5. LATHYRUS NIGER

    A rare, clump forming hardy perennial carrying sprays of purple flowers in spring and early summer. 'Niger' refers to the bizarre transformation in autumn, when the perfectly preserved black skeleton of the plant remains throughout the winter. ... Learn More

    $3.31

  6. LATHYRUS NISSOLIA

    A striking annual member of the pea family with crimson-pink flowers produced on long stalks, singly or in pairs, from May to July. Can be grown amongst meadow plants such as Oxeye daisies, Red Clover, and Tufted vetch, and also grasses, the narrow leaves camouflaging the plant well when not in flower, with the angled erect stems reaching up to 90cm. ... Learn More

    $3.24

  7. LATHYRUS SATIVUS ALBUS

    This very long-blooming, vigorous and early pea produces a scrambling dome of small white flowers, that will soon cover a small shrub or climbing frame, over a very long period. The seeds of this unusual pea are rumoured to have been found in the tomb of King Tutankhamun. ... Learn More

    $2.89

  8. LATHYRUS SPHAERICUS

    Numerous, small, darker-veined, orange-red pea flowers are carried on a creeping compact dome of thin grass-like leaves and stems. This rare dwarf annual from California, also called the grass pea, makes a compact addition to a rockery or edge of border. ... Learn More

    $2.89

  9. LATHYRUS VERNUS

    Very valuable spring colour is produced by one of the most lovely dwarf perennial peas, with masses of violet blue flowers in April and May. Some L. vernus var. albus (white) are also included in here. ... Learn More

    $3.60

  10. LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA

    The most commonly-grown lavender will produce long-stemmed, bright blue flowers which are ideal for cutting, drying or to perfume linen, both the flowers and foliage being strongly-perfumed. Long-lived and easy-to-grow, it benefits from a close haircut early each spring to encourage fresh growth. ... Learn More

    $3.31

  11. LAVANDULA SPICATA 'MUFFET'S CHILDREN'

    This amazingly dwarf lavender has short-stemmed fragrant blue flowers studding a medicine ball-sized silver-grey bush. Ideal for a small rock garden or even for formal edging, the odd seedling may vary but most will be very compact indeed. ... Learn More

    $3.74

  12. LAVANDULA STOECHAS 'VAN GOGH'S BABIES'

    Seed collected from one of the newly bred and most unusual lavenders. Seedlings will all vary but will have differently coloured bracts waving from the top of each flower head ... Learn More

    $3.88

  13. LAVATERA ARBOREA

    Making an impressive evergreen shrublet, this beautiful plant bears large, soft, velvety leaves, and almost as a bonus, purple flowers smother the plant in early summer. Although it looks tender, it is frost hardy, and either in a very large pot or in the garden it is an arresting sight. ... Learn More

    $3.45

  14. LAVATERA ARBOREA VARIEGATA

    This unique plant often stands pride of place amongst the winter foliage plants, where it shines like a lantern in the garden. As a bonus, purple flowers smother the plant in early summer. Either in a very large pot or in the garden it is an arresting sight. ... Learn More

    $3.52

  15. LAVATERA BRYONIFOLIA

    This unusual Turkish plant has woolly, grey green foliage which is surrounded by pearly pink flowers that make a rustic and ornamental addition to the garden. A lovely tall and slender wild flower, it has blossoms quite similar to "Bryony", whence it takes its name. ... Learn More

    $3.74

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