Flower Seeds

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  1. HYPOXIS ROOPERI

    Rhodohypoxis come in reds, pinks and white, but we bet you've never seen a yellow one before! Thin, grassy stalks hold a long succession of distinctive bright yellow stars from spring to late summer. This little gem comes from the cold, high, wet mountains of South Africa. ... Learn More

    $3.52

  2. HYSSOPUS OFFICINALIS ALBUS

    "White Hyssop". Snow white flowers smother this popular old bushy plant which doubles as both a minty herb and a lovely garden flower, and is especially loved by bees. ... Learn More

    $2.30

  3. HYSSOPUS OFFICINALIS BLUE

    Plump spikes of bright blue flowers appear on this popular old bushy plant which doubles as both a minty herb and a lovely garden flower, and is especially loved by bees. If cut back hard each spring will make a superb specimen for many years. ... Learn More

    $2.43

  4. HYSSOPUS OFFICINALIS ROSEUS

    This is the more unusual and incredibly lovely pastel pink form of this floriferous herb which is usually blue. In addition, this is one of the most attractive flowers you can grow to fill your garden with bees and butterflies. ... Learn More

    $3.20

  5. IBERIS GIBRALTARICA

    Lavender-pink flowers, attractive to bees and butterflies, open very pale pink in late spring to summer, before darkening to pale purple with age. These quite rare and protected evergreen plants are the symbol of the Upper Rock nature reserve in Gibraltar, and after blooming can be cut back to keep them compact and bushy and also promote a second flowering. ... Learn More

    $3.14

  6. IBERIS SEMPERVIRENS 'COMPACTA'

    A dwarf evergreen shrubby plant, ideal for a sunny hot spot. Branches clad in fleshy rounded leaves hold massed racemes of palest lilac flowers all summer long. ... Learn More

    $3.14

  7. IBERIS UMBELLATA

    Domed clusters of fragrant flowers in all shades of pink, mauve or white, open all summer long. A popular and easily-grown plant, it is particularly useful for providing colourful ground cover in poor soil. This species is native to the Mediterranean region, but is also present in most of Europe, especially along the coasts, from Spain to Greece and also in northern America. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  8. IMPATIENS BALFOURII

    This new, rare and lovely plant, originating in the Himalayas and Kashmir produces a long succession of bi-coloured pink and white flowers from late June until September. Planted out early in the year in good soil it makes a magnificent solid dome absolutely smothered with blossoms. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  9. IMPATIENS CAPENSIS 'AUTUMN BEES'

    Thin dividing stems form a medium-sized mound which only buds up in late autumn, producing clouds of small, bouncing, bee-like yellow flowers, which appear on thin delicate stems. This is another 'surprise' plant, which only performs late in the year when you are beginning to give up hope of ever seeing a flower! This new-to-cultivation plant was discovered and collected recently on an Himalayan expedition. We recommend that these plants should not be allowed to spread into the countryside. ... Learn More

    $3.20

  10. IMPATIENS CAPENSIS 'AUTUMN CANARIES'

    A quite astounding new plant which grows and grows into the summer, and you think "what a waste of space, a huge leafy, shrubby bush with no buds". But then comes the surprise! Thousands of tiny buds miraculously inflate and finally open in late August. Throughout September and October the plant is a picture, smothered in wide-throated, nodding, canary-yellow throated, palest primrose flowers. And even as I write in mid November, the buds on this absolutely unique treasure are still opening daily! We recommend that these plants should not be allowed to spread into the countryside. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  11. IMPATIENS SCABRIDA

    The "Himalayan Jewel Orchid" grows on cool forest slopes where it forms a large wide solid mound completely studded with pairs of intriguing, creamy yellow, orchid-like flowers, each with two unequal lips. This new gem will add a tropical air to your garden. ... Learn More

    $3.52

  12. INCARVILLEA ARGUTA

    This new, extremely rare and superb Chinese sub-shrub comes from the Himalayas, where it grows up to an amazing 12,000 feet, cascading down rocky slopes and ledges where it displays its terminal clusters of funnel-shaped, almost penstemon-like flowers, from spring into autumn. Its most amazing characteristic is that nobody would ever believe that this gem is an incarvillea!! ... Learn More

    $3.78

  13. INCARVILLEA COMPACTA

    Huge, stemless, dark pink trumpet flowers erupt in clusters from May to July, the pinnate leaves barely rising above ground level. Possibly the choicest and one of the very dwarfest of this group of plants from high places in South West China, it is very similar to I. younghusbandii, growing best in semi-shade or direct sun, and preferring medium levels of water. ... Learn More

    $5.06

  14. INCARVILLEA DELAVAYI 'BEES PINK'

    Appropriately-named as "The Hardy Gloxinia" with large, exotic-looking, mauve-pink trumpet-shaped blooms which appear before the foliage. Despite its exotic appearance, it is bone hardy as long as it is grown in well-drained soil, such as a rock garden or raised bed. ... Learn More

    $4.61

  15. INCARVILLEA DELAVAYI SNOWTOP

    Clusters of exotic-looking, trumpet-like, yellow throated white flowers open from early to midsummer, whilst the thick, bold, divided leaves of this attractive plant form a backdrop for the large, showy blooms. This easy-to-grow gem will bloom for many weeks, beginning in late spring, if regularly deadheaded, and is ideal for adding an exotic touch to a sunny herbaceous border, and is even perfect for growing in a container on a sunny patio. ... Learn More

    $3.39

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