Flower Seeds

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  1. LACHENALIA PAUCIFOLIA

    Honey-scented pale to deep lilac flowers appear between lance shaped channeled leaves. Well suited to rockeries or good for display in small pots, this plant is native to the Western Cape Province in South Africa where it grows on coastal granite and limestone outcrops. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  2. LACHENALIA PUSTULATA

    With a vast array of flower colours, this is one of the most rewarding Cape winter-growing bulb to cultivate. Strong stems arising from two strap-like lanceolate leaves hold a dense array of pretty tubular flowers in all shades of purples mauves and maroon. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  3. 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

    $4.10

  4. 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

    $3.14

  5. LAKE NASSER SQUASH

    These very pretty peach-sized squashes, for strictly ornamental purposes only, and of unknown identity, were discovered growing amidst marbled leaves in a single remote location along the shoreline of Lake Nasser in Egypt. ... Learn More

    $2.62

  6. 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

    $2.62

  7. LALLEMANTIA IBERICA

    White lipped deep blue flowers protrude from the serrated leaves, which appear in pairs up the stem from July to August. This annual herb is a good attractor of wildlife and must have full sun and moist but well drained soil. It has been cultivated in southwest Asia and southeast Europe since prehistoric times mainly for the oily seeds which provide a good substitute for linseed oil. It benefits from being cut back immediately after flowering to control spread. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  8. LAMPROCAPNOS SPECTABILIS 'ALBA'

    Delicate arching fronds of white heart-shaped flowers are displayed from late Spring above intricate fern-like bright green foliage. This is an easy plant to grow so long as the soil is kept damp, and is happy in full sun or partial shade. One of the earliest perennials to flower, the foliage dies back quickly after flowering. The plants are native to the northern hemisphere and can be found at woodland edges across a large area ranging from Asia to north America. Very few seeds collected ... Learn More

    $3.71

  9. 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

    $3.20

  10. LAPEIROUSIA JACQUINII

    Proportionately large, tubular, purple-violet blossoms open above broad, grey-green grassy foliage on this gorgeous diminutive rarity from the Western Cape in South Africa. Flowers appear sequentially from winter to spring once temperatures are sufficiently warm and soil moist, before the plant dies back naturally, remaining dormant during hot dry weather. ... Learn More

    $4.67

  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

    $3.52

  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

    $3.14

  13. 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

    $3.07

  14. LATHYRUS LATIFOLIUS 'ALBUS'

    Pure white pea-like flowers open in profusion in mid summer on this perennial climber that will thrive in most soils of reasonable quality, preferring full sun or partial shade. A good climber for a border, it may also be used to cover a wall or scramble over a bank if you have an empty space or a feature that needs disguising. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  15. 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

    $3.78

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