New Seeds This Year

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    ACHILLEA MILLEFOLIUM

    This tough, spreading, UK wildflower has long, narrow, finely dissected, very aromatic green leaves, and white, umbel-like flowers floating above ribbed stems, and these easy-to-grow British natives are often tinged pink, adding to their allure. They are perfect for wilder parts of your garden and even amongst ornamental grasses to attract bees, butterflies, hoverflies and other beneficial insects. Yarrow is also good for cutting and drying, and has numerous herbal uses including making a distinctive flavour of tea! Since the times of Ancient Greece, yarrow has been used in poultices and ointments to treat wounds, and may alleviate digestive issues, may help reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety, may fight inflammation, and finally...(lots of mays!)...may aid brain health! ... Learn More

    $3.01

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    ACONITUM NAPELLUS CARNEUM

    A colour variation on the more familiar Blue Monkshood, plants forming an upright clump of deeply-cut green leaves, bearing spikes of soft-pink flowers in mid-summer. This lovely variation is not commonly seen in gardens. ... Learn More

    $3.26

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    AGAPANTHUS SPECIES MIXED

    This splendid mixture of seeds collected from all colours and sizes of our agapanthus will produce a unique spectrum of plants which will steadily improve in size over the years. They will also look very attractive as container plants on the patio. ... Learn More

    $3.51

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    AGAPANTHUS SUNFIELD

    Tall, vigorous and dazzlingly architectural, this clump-forming perennial produces massive flower heads up to 30cm/12" across of dark-veined cobalt blue flowers from mid summer. These form above the strap-shaped glossy green leaves on top of sturdy upright stems and can last for several weeks before they start to fade. This tall variety makes a big impact when planted in bold swathes or potted up into substantial pots. They will thrive in fertile, well-drained soil with plenty of sun, and are a stunning long-flowering edition to a summer border display. ... Learn More

    $3.57

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    ALLIUM ALEXEIANUM

    Short, stubby flower stems, seldom more than 7-10 cm tall carry an inverted conical to rounded umbel of broadly funnel-shaped, bright red-pink flowers. These are held above attractive, long, ovate, blue-green leaves margined with red, which protrude from small, white-coated bulbs, which in the trade are often sold for between ten and fifteen pounds each! It is not surprisingly a very rare and most decorative little species, perfect in a pot or even under alpine glass, though it is happy also outside, as long as provided with a fertile, loam-based soil, good drainage and a dryish summer rest. It is a central Asian species named by Regel as long ago as 1875 from Turkmenistan where it was said to have been found at between 3,000 and 11,000 feet altitude, although it is now known to range throughout the Pamir mountain systems. Few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $4.12

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    ALLIUM CAMPANULATUM

    Heads of unusually attractive fragrant flowers, which can vary from rose pink to dark purple, open their petals which are delicately marked deeper at the centres. Generally flowering from May to August, they live at heights usually between 2,000 to 8,500 feet. As a rule their chosen habitat is rocky, thin or sandy soils, foothills, mountains, particularly in dry areas including chaparral and woodland habitats, and on open or shaded slopes, so this is an indication of what they like. In their native USA they have been recorded from southeastern Washington and northern Oregon to southern California, and western Nevada. ... Learn More

    $3.38

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    ALLIUM CERNUUM KALEIDOSCOPE

    This popular, clump-forming allium bears open clusters of nodding flowers with protruding yellow stamens. We are supplying an attractive mixture consisting of most of the available cultivars of this lovely group of plants, including 'Leo', and 'Hidcote'. Colours vary from white to pinks to deep mauve, whilst habits are from dwarf to tall! An extremely attractive variety, it is easy to grow, and like all alliums, its blooms are attractive to bees and other pollinators. Perfect for growing in a mixed herbaceous border or in drifts as part of a prairie scheme, these long-lived plants do best in moist but well-drained soil in full sun. Divide and replant congested clumps in autumn or spring. ... Learn More

    $3.63

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    ANGELICA "HUGH JUMBLE"

    High on hot rocky hillsides on the island of Malta grow these impressive and unusual giants. When we first encountered these members of the 'umbelliferae' family, to which cow parsley, angelica, and similar plants belong, a friend remarked that compared to their relatively medium height, they had astonishingly huge umbels (or "heads") of seeds! We tried to identify them without success, and we thought they resembled an angelica, so the temporary name stuck! Angelica "Huge Umbel" (Hugh Jumble). And they also produced the most enormous seeds of any plant in this family we have ever seen, and we cultivate a very large number of the umbelliferae family here. Grown here in Devon, they make impressive plants, and amusing and intriguing dried flowers too! Please let us know if you can name them......Please note they are not edible. ... Learn More

    $3.26

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    ANGELICA SOUTHERN GIANT

    An impressive, but unidentified member of the cow parsley family, (possibly an angelica), originally collected on the Mediterranean island of Corfu. Sprays of palest creamy-yellow flowers open on very tall strong stems before producing large golden umbels of seeds. A striking plant for the back of the border, and treat as not edible! ... Learn More

    $3.26

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    ANTIRRHINUM MAJUS PUMILUM DWARF MIX

    Blooming from June until frost, this beautiful mix of delightful dwarf plants produces an abundance of sweetly scented blossoms in a wide variety of colours including reds, pinks, whites, and a host of others. This special diminutive variety is very early to flower and makes an ideal addition to any border. They are suitable for flower beds, garden pots, containers and flower boxes, as well as for the border and rock garden, and when used as small colourful islands can form a delightful looking mat of flowers. ... Learn More

    $2.40

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    APPLE 'PENN INN PIPPIN'

    A delicious late-ripening apple originally discovered as a seedling growing on the large Penn Inn roundabout at the entrance to our market town of Newton Abbot in South Devon. Even on the poor rocky substrate, this tree produced a large crop of sizeable red-blushed golden apples, and seedlings may produce different fruit.These soft, sweet-fleshed fruits should keep until December, by which time many other varieties will be well past their eat-by date. ... Learn More

    $3.38

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    ARCHONTOPHOENIX CUNNINGHAMIANA

    This stately palm has large, arching feather-like leaves, the newly emerging foliage having a coppery hue. Producing violet flowers in midsummer, the subsequent red fruits are most attractive to birds. It is tolerant of light frosts so can be also grown in an atrium or conservatory. In the wild it grows in the wet subtropics on the sides of Mt Warning Volcano in northern NSW and over the border in Queensland's Lamington National Park. In the United States, the palm is a popular plant in California from San Luis Obispo south to the Mexican border and in much of central and southern Florida. ... Learn More

    $4.74

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    ARECA VESTIARIA

    A rarely seen, spectacular and greatly desired multi-stemmed Indonesian palm, sporting red maroon emergent leaves that hold their colour for weeks before they fade to a dark, faintly mottled green. The crown shaft and the leaf midribs of this clustering, shade-loving ornamental palm are also brilliant reddish-orange. ... Learn More

    $6.03

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    ARGEMONE PLATYCERAS

    Huge, ivory-white flower heads open up to 6in across, with beautiful, prominent stamens. Much loved by bees and butterflies, the prickles are also an excellent deterrent to rabbits and browsing insects and animals! These amazing plants are absolutely perfect for those difficult, hot and dry, sunny situations. ... Learn More

    $3.38

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    ASTILBE SIMPLICIFOLIA SPRITE

    This gorgeous dwarf perennial bears divided, dark green leaves and masses of open panicles of countless pale pink flowers, followed by attractive seed-heads. Very long-lived and doing well either in full sun or part shade, it makes a superb specimen, thriving in any soil from damp to bone dry.. ... Learn More

    $3.57

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