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    AGAPANTHUS PRAECOX ALBA

    This early-flowering, evergreen, white-flowered form of the gorgeous "African Lily" is a popular garden plant around the world, especially in Mediterranean climates, although it thrives in mild gardens everywhere. In the wild it is a native of Natal and Cape of Good Hope in South Africa. A vigorous, tough plant, most of the cultivated agapanthus varieties in cultivation are hybrids or cultivars of this species. ... Learn More

    $5.49

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    AGAPANTHUS PRAECOX LARGE BLUE

    This specially selected large, early-flowering, evergreen form of the gorgeous "African Lily" is a popular garden plant around the world, especially in Mediterranean climates, although it thrives in mild gardens everywhere. In the wild it is a native of Natal and Cape of Good Hope in South Africa. A vigorous, tough plant, most of the cultivated agapanthus varieties in cultivation are hybrids or cultivars of this species. ... Learn More

    $4.80

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    ALBENA

    A round radish with white skin and flesh. Resistant to cracking and bolting. Harvest after 30-35 days. ... Learn More

    $2.50

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    ALPINE STRAWBERRY

    The perpetual fruiting alpine strawberry produces a constant supply of small, but very sweet, bright red fruits, held dangling on long erect upright stems. This plant makes a solid clump and runs barely at all. Fruiting begins in early summer and often continues in a sheltered spot until the first frost of winter! Not to be confused with Fragaria vesca the "wild strawberry", both of which are good to eat! ... Learn More

    $3.68

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    AMARANTHUS TRICOLOR

    This stately, upright, bushy annual bears foliage which is heavily splashed in crimson and gold in the late summer and autumn garden, the leaves on the upper plant often contrasting in colour from the lower ones. Usually grown not for its flowers, but for its beautifully coloured foliage, this versatile plant also makes a fantastic microsalad leaf to impress your friends who have not seen it served on a plate before. A famous and quite stunning specimen, it is usually called Joseph's coat after the Biblical figure, who is said to have worn a coat of many colours! ... Learn More

    $3.96

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    ARCHONTOPHOENIX CUNNINGHAMIANA 'ILLAWARRA'

    This attractive palm originates from Australia, where it grows up to ten meters tall in time, although it still looks good when much shorter. It has a stunningly beautiful green crown shaft under the leaves, and despite its tropical appearance it can handle light frost. Indeed, this attractive variety grows better than many at low temperatures and is slightly more tolerant of frost. ... Learn More

    $5.49

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    ARCTIUM LAPPA BURDOCK

    In the first year, large, floppy dark green leaves make a strong rosette. The following spring, strong stems arise bearing clusters of attractive purple "thistle" flowers, which open from mid Summer to Autumn. They then produce branches decorated with cherry-sized hooked burrs, or seed capsules, which are often used by children to throw onto woolly jumpers causing much distress to their parents! This plant was supposedly the source of the idea for developing Velcro! The roots are black on the outside, and usually like a very long carrot, and can be roasted like parsnip, sliced finely and stir fried or made into a puree.The black skin needs to be peeled off first revealing the thin vegetable that can be treated like asparagus or used raw in salads. Burdock is a traditional medicinal herb used by herbalists for many ailments. The root, leaf, and seed are used for skin problems, stomach problems, joint swelling, and other conditions, Burdock root oil extract, also called burr oil, is used in Europe as a scalp treatment. If you are camping, the leaves can be used to wrap and protect food when cooking in a ground or clay oven or in campfires. In America, burdock leaves have been simmered in milk to counteract venom from rattlesnake bites, but we definitely do not recommend trying this! Nonetheless, it is freely available as a natural remedy in many health food stores and pharmacies, and is often used to treat migraines and hay fever and has a number of other potential uses. And finally of course, who has never heard of dandelion and burdock cordial! ... Learn More

    $3.41

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    ARENGA CAUDATA

    This rarely grown, dwarf, clustering Thai palm really does make a nice potted plant or smaller plant, where it will do well in a shady spot in the tropical or warm subtropical garden. Native to Thailand and other parts of South-East Asia, it is an understorey palm, with densely clustering, thin, canelike stems and small leaves that are dark green above and silvery white below. The attractive leaflets are roughly fishtail-shaped and have jaggedly toothed margins. ... Learn More

    $4.52

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    ARISTOLOCHIA GIGANTEA

    This vigorous climber has remarkable, huge flowers which are less smelly than those of Aristolochia grandiflora. It can rapidly cover a wall or fence, and in fact can actually be used as an annual outside. On more mature plants the bark is cork-like and deeply grooved. The beautiful leaves are egg or heart-shaped and densely covered with white hairs on the underside. The outstanding dark red flowers have creamy-pink veins and netting with a bright orange throat, and resemble a Dutchman's pipe and can measure up to 30 cm long and 15 cm wide. They produce a distinctly unusual and rather unpleasant odour to attract pollinating flies. It thrives best in a sunny spot with summer shade and is frost hardy to just below freezing point, or use in a cool conservatory. ... Learn More

    $6.60

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    ARTICHOKE VIOLET DE PROVENCE

    This striking edible is a purple globe variety, similar to Green Globe in habit, but with a finer flavour, and attractive large purple thistle-like flower heads. It has many culinary purposes aswell as offering a striking architectural presence in any garden. ... Learn More

    $3.68

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    ASTELIA BANKSII

    From attractive clumps of silvery-green, hairy, sword-like leaves, arise panicles of white flowers in summer, followed by purple-pink fruits in autumn. Forming dramatic foliage, this superb, hardy, evergreen architectural plant from New Zealand, is perfect for coastal gardens, or anywhere there is some shelter, and especially adding a tropical feel to the garden, particularly in areas of partial shade. ... Learn More

    $4.80

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    ATILLIO F1

    A very high yielding mainscrop Nantes variety. Delivers a high level of uniform roots, giving an excellent yield. Smooth texture with a very nice deep orange colour. Features a high resistance to breakage and silvering. ... Learn More

    $2.71

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    BEGONIA AEQUATORIALIS

    Sizeable, golden-eyed, ivory-white flowers open on tall stems above fleshy leaves. Resembling an anemone rather than a typical begonia, this extremely rare plant is endemic to the high tropical or subtropical montane forests of Equador, where it is threatened by habitat loss and classified as vulnerable by IUCN. (The International Union for Conservation of Nature). In colder areas the plant may be cut to the ground, but the tuber invariably sprouts again the following spring. ... Learn More

    $4.93

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    BEGONIA FERRUGINEA

    Large stunning clusters of bright red flowers are displayed on this scrambling shrub which is rare in cultivation, and will make a magnificent and easily grown ornamental for warm temperate climates. One of the world's largest begonias, it can grow up to 3 m tall in its native haunts in the cloud and montane rainforests in Colombia and northwestern Venezuela, where it is happy at between 1700 and 4000 m. ... Learn More

    $4.66

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    BEGONIA HERACLEIFOLIA

    Begonias are usually prized for their unusually attractive leaves and this one is at the top of the league! Its leaves resemble those of a maple tree, however, they are enormous, up to 30cm across, and much more spectacular, with serrated edging and bright green centres that contrast dramatically with the deep purple of the rest of the leaf. The solid rhizomatous clump is composed of giant leaves surrounded by a contrasting wide black-green border, all being held at the end of red-speckled leaf petioles. Growers have reported that this variety has proved reliably hardy to 15 degrees F making it a stunning garden specimen! This wonderful begonia was first discovered in Mexico in the 1830s, the name referring to the leaves of heracleum, or "Giant Hogweed" to which it is obviously unrelated. Very rare fertile seeds. ... Learn More

    $4.93

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