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  1. New

    PEPPER CAROLINA REAPER

    Looking for the hottest pepper in the world? Well here it is, the Carolina Reaper. These violent red pods pack the ultimate punch.!! SERIOUS WARNING! These seeds and peppers really are extraordinarily hot. Please take care when handling the fruits, even when planting these seeds yourself. Coming in at an average of 1,569,000 Scoville Heat Units or SHU for short, these pointy-tailed masterpieces will impress. Do you think you have what it takes to grow your very own Carolina Reaper seeds? Very few valuable and scarce seeds available! ... Learn More

    $6.10

    (5 seeds)

  2. New

    PEPPER HOT LOLLY

    ‘Hot Lolly’ is 40cm tall producing 7-10cm long fruits that ripen from creamy green to orange then red, giving a multicoloured effect and can be eaten at any colour stage. The fruits are hot 50,000 SHU with red being the hottest. ... Learn More

    $3.68

    (20 seeds)

  3. New

    PHLOX DRUMMONDII 'SUGAR STARS'

    An easy to grow summer bedding plant, its spreading habit makes it perfect for filling gaps at the front of a border or as part of a summer container display. Slightly taller than some varieties (so perfect for cut flowers) with outstanding weather tolerance and the added bonus of a lovely fragrance. For best results, grow in full sun and keep well-watered ... Learn More

    $3.95

    (80 seeds)

  4. New

    PLATYCODON GRANDIFLORUS 'MARIESII'

    Dusty buds swell into a "balloon" and then burst open into deep blue, bell shaped blossoms above compact, deep green foliage. 'Mariesii' is a very reliable bloomer that is pest and disease free, slow to emerge in spring but worth the wait. If your plants get too tall, try pinching the stems once in mid-spring for more compact branching growth. ... Learn More

    $3.82

    (100 seeds)

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    POLLIA THYRSIFLORA

    An interesting plant in the spiderwort family from the rainforests of Asia with attractive, broad foliage and small fruits that look like a cluster of shiny metallic blue pearls. It has potential as a shade-loving border plant, a showy pot plant or for use in floral arrangements. ... Learn More

    $3.28

    (40 seeds)

  6. New

    PUMPKIN CINNAMON GIRL

    A pumpkin variety that does not take up too much space in the garden and produces the most perfect miniature pumpkins, full of flavour as well as being ornamental. They are great for Halloween carving, and, as the name suggests, Cinnamon Girl can be combined with the favourite spice of winter in any pumpkin recipe. But the flesh is not sweet, so be sure to use plenty of sugar. ... Learn More

    $3.08

    (5 seeds)

  7. New

    PUMPKIN GOOSEBUMPS

    Medium sized, unusual-looking pumpkin, very decorative and popular for the Halloween season. The 'Goosebumps' make it even more creepy when carved into a Jack-o'-Lantern! Please note the quantity of warts can vary depending on conditions. ... Learn More

    $3.22

    (5 seeds)

  8. New

    PUMPKIN KNUCKLE HEAD F1

    A versatile, hybrid pumpkin that can be used for decoration, carving or eating and will reach full maturity in the late summer/autumn just in time for Halloween. Matures from dark green to deep orange, developing dark green warts and scabs along the way, making it a more unusual looking addition to your garden. Ideal for eating, turning soft and sweet when roasted. Medium vigour vine. Fruit size 5-7Kg; typically 30cm tall by 25cm wide. ... Learn More

    $4.62

    (5 seeds)

  9. New

    PUMPKIN POLAR BEAR F1

    An extra-large white pumpkin, with fruit typically growing to over 15kg in size. Good white colour that is retained well after harvest making it suitable for carving and a real Halloween talking point! The deep orange flesh is delicious roasted. Pumpkins are hungry and thirsty plants. Water freely and frequently especially during dry spells. Once fruits swell in earnest feed plants regularly with a liquid fertiliser. Best grown with one fruit per plant. ... Learn More

    $4.89

    (5 seeds)

  10. New

    PUYA COERULEA var. VIOLACEA

    A bromeliad from central Chile that forms large groups of rosettes with slender greyish green leaves that are viciously spiny along the margins. The inflorescence is a tall, upright, branched, reddish stalk with bluish-purple flowers. A very easy plant in cultivation, suitable for temperate climates. May need protection in winter. ... Learn More

    $4.15

    (30 seeds)

  11. New

    RADISH FRENCH BREAKFAST

    A vigorous, fast maturing variety that produces long, oval shaped roots with a white tip. The roots are crisp with a mild flavour, perfect for adding to summer salads. Sow regularly for a tasty supply of fresh picked radishes all summer long. ... Learn More

    $2.41

    (200 seeds)

  12. New

    RADISH MALAGA VIOLET

    The deep violet skin of this radish contrasts beautifully with the snow-white flesh. The roots are particularly crisp with a mild, peppery taste and will stay firm over a long growing season. Easy to grow and quick to mature, they make an interesting addition to the salad bowl. ... Learn More

    $2.41

    (80+ seeds)

  13. New

    RAVENALA MADAGASCARIENSIS

    This famous Banana relative is not a palm at all, despite its common name, and is a popular ornamental in tropical regions. The leaf arrangement gives the entire plant the appearance of a huge fan. The Madagascan Travelers Palm derives its name from its capacity to hold water in the leafbases for long periods of time after a rainfall, allegedly providing water for weary travellers, even during a drought. Once germinated, the resulting plant is VERY fast growing. The waxy, blue seed cover should be removed just prior to sowing for better results. High daytime temperatures may help to trigger faster and more uniform germination, and a hot water treatment before sowing and soaking may also improve results. ... Learn More

    $5.63

    (10 seeds)

  14. New

    RUDBECKIA FULGIDA var SULLIVANTII 'GOLDSTURM'

    A hardy, long flowering perennial bearing large, black-eyed, single, yellow daisy flowers with cone-shaped, black-brown centres from August to October. Adding welcome colour to borders later in the season, it's ideal in partially shaded areas and works well in prairie-style schemes with ornamental grasses. It’s short enough not to need staking, and doesn’t spread so fast that frequent division is necessary, making it a very easy-care plant. ... Learn More

    $3.68

    (150 seeds)

  15. New

    RUELLIA TUBEROSA

    A perennial herb with several erect stems growing to 30 cm tall. With small, entire leaves and attractive, purplish blue flowers, it is a popular, easily grown ornamental. ... Learn More

    $3.95

    (50 seeds)

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