Flower Seeds

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  1. KNIPHOFIA MIXED SPECIES

    A colourful selection of red, yellow, green and bicolored "pokers" of all sizes from our African garden. Includes Kniphofia brachystachya, northiae, rooperi, triangularis and uvaria. ... Learn More

    $3.66

  2. KNIPHOFIA NORTHIAE

    Probably the most impressive of all red-hot-pokers. Massive, wide, heavy leaves make a solid, agave-like rosette from which arise very thick stemmed flower-spikes of yellow and orange. A stunning plant which improves with age. ... Learn More

    $4.35

  3. KNIPHOFIA RITUALIS

    A dwarf "Red-hot Poker" from the alpine zones of South Africa. Broad, stumpy spikes of bright orange flowers on very thick stems above a rosette of short fleshy broad leaves. Very lovely here. ... Learn More

    $3.66

  4. KNIPHOFIA ROOPERI

    One the most distinctive kniphofias, this impressive landscape plant thrusts up strong, tall stems carrying large, rounded, egg-shaped, chunky-heads, opening into brilliant-red and lemon flowers, all held over clumps of thick, strong, broad arching foliage. This valuable late-flowering perennial from South Africa is really one of the highlights of the late summer to early autumn border. ... Learn More

    $4.28

  5. KNIPHOFIA TYSONII

    A rarely offered species, this late flowering beauty is a difficult one to overlook in the garden as it is a real giant, one of the very biggest of all kniphofias. Robust, vigorous clumps of wide, strappy leaves stand beneath stout, upright stems holding fat, dark orange pokers in autumn making it an unforgettable late spectacle. In the wild it is native to grasslands from the eastern Cape Province to KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa and in Swaziland. Surprisingly tough and hardy, in a severe winter it will be cut to the ground but invariably shoots up again next spring. This plant will provide massive quantities of nectar and pollen at a valuable late time of the year for bees and the many other types of pollinating insects. ... Learn More

    $4.90

  6. KOELREUTERIA PANICULATA

    The "Golden Rain Tree" or "Pride of India" is a valuable, very rarely available, highly ornamental tree. Mature specimens produce enormous numbers of yellow flowers on foot-long panicles which later produce papery "Japanese Lantern" pods. The pinnately compound leaves open pink before turning gold in autumn. ... Learn More

    $3.93

  7. LACHENALIA REFLEXA

    Unlike most lachenalias, these bright yellow urn-shaped flowers are born upright and only just push above the rosettes of strap-shaded leaves. These dwarf plants, from wet sandy flats in the south western Cape, are also ideal for pot culture, this species flowering over an extended period, stretching from the first week in June to the second week in October. ... Learn More

    $4.42

  8. LACTUCA PLUMIERI

    Lilac-blue 'dandelion' flowers are produced from June until August on strong, branching stems carrying shiny, lettuce-like leaves. Undoubtedly the most prominent of all "milk thistles", and soundly hardy and perennial. "A useful high plant in big beds". (G.S.T.) ... Learn More

    $3.38

  9. LALLEMANTIA CANESCENS

    A rarely-seen alpine or rock garden plant originally from Iran with spikes of bluish-mauve flowers in midsummer contrasting well with blue/green leaves. These tough plants prefer to grow in full sun and a well drained soil. ... Learn More

    $2.83

  10. LAPEIROUSIA ANCEPS

    This lovely cormous perennial has leaves which are narrow and ribbed and thin stems bearing slender tubed flowers with narrow petals which are cream to pink with red markings on the lower petals. Will do best in well-drained gritty loam in a sheltered spot, or a pot in the alpine house. ... Learn More

    $3.45

  11. LAPEIROUSIA SANDERSONII

    During summer, this spectacular plant opens numerous bright mauve flowers, from a distance resembling violets, on many-branched stems, bearing narrow, pleated, linear leaves. It will prefer a bulb frame or hot dry scree in the UK, as in the wild it is found in rocky grassland, mostly in hilly country, in Botswana and the north west Cape. ... Learn More

    $3.80

  12. 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

    $3.38

  13. 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

    $3.66

  14. 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

    $4.07

  15. LATHYRUS NERVOSUS

    This rare and extremely beautiful perennial plant is normally perfectly hardy and never fails to attract attention, but it excels in a sheltered position. Sizeable, slightly waxy, clear sky-blue flowers open on short strong stems above gorgeous bluish foliage, and it is a favourite of pollinating insects as demonstrated by the Marbled White butterfly in our gardens here at Plant World in Devon! For a perfect, competition-winning specimen, try one in a large pot in a bright spot indoors or in a greenhouse! It was only re-discovered and re-introduced into our gardens in recent years, but was originally discovered in the Straits of Magellan in 1774, by predictably, Lord Anson. Sorry, very few seeds available, and we regret only one packet per customer ... Learn More

    $8.21

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