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  1. Allium winklerianum
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    ALLIUM WINKLERIANUM

    Large, chalice-shaped, deep pink-violet-purple blooms are packed together, and open in dense umbels in June and July. The large spherical heads of flowers, all with pointed petals, produce the famed ‘exploding firework’ effect. In the wild these plants grow in Xinjiang, also in Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan..... gosh what a lot of stans!! ... Learn More

    $3.08

  2. Red and white antihirrinum
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    ANTIRRHINUM 'ANGEL TOWERS'

    We have crossed a tall, hardy, wild, perennial antirrhinum with a modern cultivar to produce these long-lived, spectacular new plants. Making tall, dividing, densely-shrubby branches, they have survived for several years here, some of them growing strong trunks. The flower colours vary from palest pink to reddish-purple, and are produced over an extremely long period from early summer into late autumn. They can also self seed producing even more interesting variations! ... Learn More

    $3.47

  3. Arisaema ciliatum liubaense
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    ARISAEMA CILIATUM LIUBAENSE

    This truly spectacular plant rears its glossy spathe hood, which is startlingly striped in purple-brown to maroon and vanilla-cream. From the Sichuan and Yunnan Provinces in China this magnificent plant has an equally-attractive leaf made up of many narrow leaflets that radiate out from a central axis, the effect being much like the spokes of an umbrella! ... Learn More

    $4.65

  4. Aristolochia macrophylla
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    ARISTOLOCHIA MACROPHYLLA

    Aristolochia macrophylla belongs to the Aristolochiaceae family of plants and is found primarily along the Cumberland Mountains and Blue Ridge Mountains in the eastern portion of the United States, as well as Ontario, Canada. The reason why Aristolochia macrophylla is often referred to as "Dutchman’s pipe" is because of the 2 inches yellowish-green flowers they produce. Each flower also sprouts from the calyx mouth to further produce 3 brownish-purple lobes. It is this complex of the flowers and lobes that gives the species a close resemblance to Dutch smoking pipes. The flowers start to open up in May and June, the fragrant flowers attract local insects. Once an insect has arrived to the flower, the insect is trapped inside a tube, which forces the insect to carry out pollination. Once pollination has been completed and time has passed since pollination, a fruit resembling a cucumber, between 6-10 cm in height, and 3 cm in diameter is produced. The fruit then ripens, usually around September, turns brown and splits into six fragments to disperse its small, triangular seeds. ... Learn More

    $3.86

  5. Arum hygrophilum
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    ARUM HYGROPHILUM

    Pale green spathes are brightly edged in red-purple, whilst in the centre arises a deepest purple slender spadix. It is found in Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Cyprus and also Morocco where it is increasingly threatened by agricultural development and urbanization. In the UK it has been found to be exceedingly hardy ... Learn More

    $3.54

  6. Aurelio f1
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    AURELIO F1

    This gorgeous , early Lamuyo-type-fruiting green pepper, quickly turns to shiny red, with an impressive fruit length of around 15 – 18 cm and average weight of approximately 400 gms. Specially bred for growing in open field conditions as well as greenhouses in summer, it has a high yield potential and is easy to pick thanks to the long petiole. Finally it has a high tolerance to heat, sun scald, skin cracking and blossom end rot. ... Learn More

    $3.21

  7. Beschonaria rigida
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    BESCHORNERIA RIGIDA

    This rare dwarf species stands out as a plant worthy of a prominent spot in any garden with its impressive stature and mid-green, sword-shaped leaves, one inch wide by two feet long. It is the most floriferous member of the genus, the inflorescence being truly spectacular, with arching flower stalks ranging from three to five feet tall, and with both the stalks and flower stems magenta. The two-inch-long, pendent, tubular flowers bear magenta sepals and chartreuse green petals. The flowers generally open in late spring to early summer and can last for several weeks, the dramatic seed pods being a bonus, also being being magenta, streaked with chartreuse or cream. They persist on the flower stalks for several months into late autumn, eventually opening to reveal black shiny seeds. Beschornerias are not monocarpic, (which means dying after flowering) as the same rosette will bloom year after year, and more rosettes develop around the mother plant. Each of the ten Beschorneria species originate in Mexico, this one being naturally found in the understory of highland oak and pine forests from 6,000 to 8,000 feet elevation in the states of Guanajuato, San Luis Potosi, and Tamaulipas in central Mexico, where they attract, and are pollinated by, hummingbirds. Few fertile seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $7.66

  8. Iochroma australe 1
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    BRUGMANSIA IOCHROMA AUSTRALE 'BLUE TRUMPETS'

    A blue Brugmansia!?? Well this near relative is the closest thing to it! Intensely blue trumpet-flowers hang in their hundreds from trees which mature to around 5m, but smaller specimens will still produce an abundance of flowers. It is evergreen in warmer climates or if grown indoors, and as with Brugmansias, these plants prefer a moist position with plenty of food, making unbeatable conservatory plants with that rarest of colours, deepest blue! This new and rarely-offered Brugmansia relative comes from southern Bolivia to north western Argentina. ... Learn More

    $5.70

  9. Calochortus catalinae
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    CALOCHORTUS CATALINAE

    In early spring, this rarely-offered plant opens its large white to lilac flowers which have a purple spot at the base of each petal. Seed for this plant was originally collected in The USA on Figueroa Mountain in Santa Barbara county. It is also found in grassy places near the coast from southern California to Baja. ... Learn More

    $3.86

  10. Camassia alba
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    CAMASSIA ALBA

    The pure white form of the more commonly seen blue one resembles an absolutely giant, fragrant bluebell. A large, bone-hardy, reliably perennial lily relative, it has dense, erect spikes of six-petalled, star-shaped white flowers. An easy and valuable hardy treasure. ... Learn More

    $2.88

  11. Camassia leichtlinii sacajawea
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    CAMASSIA LEICHTLINII SACAJAWEA

    Sacajawea is a variegated-leaf-edged form of C.leichlinii alba, the name honouring a native American Indian woman who acted as an interpreter to the explorers Lewis and Clark. Their expedition crossed America east to west (and back, for the first time) in 1805. They found "quamash " bulbs to eat once they had crossed the Rocky Mountains, but we positively DO NOT recommend doing this now. These seeds may produce variable seedlings. ... Learn More

    $3.73

  12. Cercis chinensis
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    CERCIS CHINENSIS

    This deciduous shrub or small tree has abundant, fragrant, densely-clustered, dark purple-pink flowers, which open in late spring before the leaves appear. When they finally unfurl, the large heart-shaped leaves are tinted red-purple. ... Learn More

    $3.54

  13. Cicerbita alpina
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    CICERBITA ALPINA

    Native to upland and mountainous parts of Europe, including the UK, this attractive plant makes tall, unbranched stems bearing numerous blue-violet "dandelion" flowers. The stems hold several triangular leave. Although a very rare British native, it makes an excellent garden plant! ... Learn More

    $3.86

  14. Cistus albidus
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    CISTUS ALBIDUS

    Large, frilly-petalled, golden-eyed, purple-pink flowers open in early summer on this superb, easy-to-grow plant which is perfect for a really hot border or shrubbery. Native to south-western Europe and western north Africa, it is often grown solely for its attractive, greyish-white oblong leaves. ... Learn More

    $3.86

  15. Cobaea scandens
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    COBAEA SCANDENS

    A quite stunning Mexican climber which has all the assets, being quick-growing and vigorous (up to 6m!) with absolutely enormous, spectacular, pale violet or purple, "cup-and-saucer" flowers. Although it is usually grown as a half-hardy annual, it is actually a half-hardy perennial and often survives the winter outside in milder areas. ... Learn More

    $3.80

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