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  1. HYDRANGEA HIRTA

    This truly rare and unique plant is a slow-growing species of Hydrangea, native to parts of Japan. It bears fascinating, nettle-like leaves with a serrated edge, and bears flat clusters of attractive pale mauve flowers. It makes a truly most handsome shrub, and although hardy, is best planted in a position with shelter from cold winds, ideally in sun or light dappled shade. Very few good, fertile tiny seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $4.38

  2. HYDRANGEA SIKOKIANA

    This very rare plant slowly forms a large shrub with pinnately-lobed, green hairy leaves. From July, the white flower are borne in large flat-topped cymes with neutral marginal flowers. Performing best in acid-neutral soil, this Crug collection was a introduction of this slow growing species into cultivation after many years of searching. It was finally discovered on the high mountain Tawara-Yama in central Kyushu, Japan in 2006. ... Learn More

    $3.69

  3. HYOSCYAMUS ALBUS

    Also called 'Yellow Henbane'. Funnel shaped, darker-eyed, creamy white flowers appear on long leafy stalks in summer and autumn, whilst soft, floppy, hairy leaves clad the strong stems along which the rows of round seed pods later appear. This plant should be grown and handled with care, as for centuries the leaves and seeds have been the source of numerous drugs, including scopolamine and hyoscyamine, and it is said that even the perfume of the plant can induce giddiness. In ancient times it was used for many purposes including as an anaesthetic and also by witches and shamans to induce visions. Please do NOT try this. ... Learn More

    $3.06

  4. HYPERICUM ALBURY PURPLE

    These beautiful dusky-purple-leafed, semi-evergreen, bushy plants have an upright habit, bearing contrasting yellow flowers in mid-summer followed by ornamental clusters of berries that slowly change from pink to red to black. Excellent in cut-flower bouquets, it also has a superb autumn effect. It is best cut back heavily in spring as the darkest leaf colour is displayed on new growth. ... Learn More

    $3.62

  5. HYPERICUM AVICULARIIFOLIUM UNIFLORUM

    This rare species from Turkey lives in high places where makes its home in cracks in rocks, and on scree where it forms a small hard cushion, spangled with tiny yellow flowers. This will make an impressive pan for the competition bench or a dry sheltered scree. ... Learn More

    $3.69

  6. HYPERICUM CERASTOIDES

    This lovely alpine bears stemless golden saucers which stud the tight blue green cushion throughout early summer. Where hypericums are concerned this is a diamond in a bag of stones, adding form and colour to any rock garden. ... Learn More

    $3.12

  7. HYPERICUM CORIS

    This wonderful little evergreen shrublet grows to little more than a foot high and wide, bearing bright green needle-like leaves and terminal clusters of small star-shaped golden yellow flowers in summer. It loves full sun with good drainage and moderate water and makes an excellent rock garden or container plant. ... Learn More

    $3.38

  8. HYPERICUM 'GLADYS BRABAZON'

    An exciting variegating-true-from-seed, shrubby, semi-evergreen plant. Spreading branches produce cream-splashed aromatic foliage beneath shiny yellow flowers, which later produce ornamental red and black fruits. ... Learn More

    $3.31

  9. HYPERICUM PERFORATUM

    This vigorous UK native plant forms plant colonies topped with countless, five-petalled yellow flowers. Later, the attractive, pointed, red seed pods form. Hypericum is used in very many herbal remedies, but care must be taken before experimenting with any of these plants. ... Learn More

    $2.94

  10. HYPERICUM URALUM

    Grown from seed donated by a Nepalese Botanic Garden, this lovely shrub produces sizeable, bright yellow flowers from velvety red flower buds, amidst dense branches bearing shiny green leaves. A real bone hardy gem, it does well either in sun or part shade. ... Learn More

    $3.50

  11. 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

    $3.44

  12. 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

    $2.25

  13. 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

    $2.38

  14. 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

    $3.12

  15. 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

    $3.06

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