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  1. New

    BORLOTTO TINTORETTO

    An improved Supremo Nano type, this dwarf Borlotto variety produces a heavy crop of colourful beans. Good vigour even in unfavourable conditions; early to mature. Pods typically 16-18cm long and predominantly red in colour, with 8-9 beans per pod. Resistant to BCMV. ... Learn More

    $2.92

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    BRAHEA DULCIS

    This tough palm has large, unusually attractive, bluish-green, very finely-divided fan-shaped leaves, which are rounder and wider than those of Brahea armata. A medium-height palm, it can reach 3 metres or more, and is thus well adapted to small gardens. Endemic to Mexico, it will thrive in sandy, well-drained soil, in the sun or partial shade, and can withstand frost and drought well, and is happy down to 23°F (-3°C). A slow growing palm, It makes a perfect, easy-to-grow specimen for temperate and subtropical climates. ... Learn More

    $5.00

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    BRAHEA SP 'SUPER SILVER'

    Possibly completely new to science, this astonishing plant is possibly the silverest palm ever discovered, and is currently the hottest new plant in the hardy palm world. A silver-leaved feather palm unlike anything ever seen previously! Unlike the previous silver-fronded palms, such as Brahea armata, this one is missing the sharp, wicked leaf edge spines, the stalks being totally thornless. Although the leaves have been describes as intensely bright silvery white, no description does justice to it. Researchers recently discovered it around 6,000' elevation in the high desert valleys of Central Mexico, and are confident it represents a new unnamed species. ... Learn More

    $6.46

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    BRUGMANSIA SANGUINEA

    Enormous, slightly fragrant, pendulous, yellow-veined orange trumpet flowers hang in substantial numbers from branches clad in large, soft, slightly hairy leaves. Easy to care for, it is a robust flowering shrub, native to the Andes mountains in South America. In cultivation it makes a truly impressive specimen either in the garden in warmer climes, or in a very large pot elsewhere. For centuries, South American shamans have used the Angel Trumpet plant for various rituals and healing techniques....we do not advocate this though.. ... Learn More

    $6.05

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    CALAMUS VIMINALIS

    The attractive osier-like Rattan palm, a climbing palm, has pale yellow fruits, about 0.5 cm across, resembling small, pointed cones, arranged in a raceme. These are often known as “canella berries” in the potpourri trade. It is alsothe source of “palm spirals,” either as a tubular spiral or pyramidal spiral, the individual stems 0.5-1 cm wide, the entire spirals 5-10 cm high. It is widely cultivated In India and Australia but in the wild is native to Indonesia, Java and Bali in Indonesia; Peninsular Malaysia; all parts of Thailand; Cambodia; Cochinchina and Central Annam in Vietnam; all parts of Laos; Myanmar; Bangladesh; and Andaman. ... Learn More

    $4.66

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    CANARINA CANARIENSIS

    Purple shoots extend and grow into branching stems covered with toothy lance shaped leaves which will scramble along the ground or through other plants, or even can be tied to a fence or trellis. Huge and quite tremendous three inch long, gorgeously-marked orange-red bells then open, which are followed by walnut-sized orange fruits! This awesome and very rarely offered campanula relative, is endemic to the cloud forests of the Canary Islands. It needs a hot, well-drained, frost-free position in the garden, or even better, a large container indoors in colder countries. ... Learn More

    $5.35

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    CAPITANO

    A yellow, flat podded Romano type bean. Vigorous plant with even pod set. Pods typically 15cm in length, by 2cm wide. Pod colour develops at early stage. Plant typically 50cm in height. ... Learn More

    $2.85

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    CASPERITA F1

    A hybrid 'Munchkin' type producing small, white pumpkins, typically 750 grams in size. Fruits feature excellent skin finish and strong handles. Fruit diameter 12-14cm in size. Recommended cropping of 5-10 fruits per plant. ... Learn More

    $3.41

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    CHAMAEDOREA ELEGANS

    This universally popular, relatively dwarf palm, most often grown as a houseplant, produces masses of attractive light green fronds on slender, arching stems. An elegant plant, easy to look after, with excellent air purifying qualities, it is undemanding in terms of light, water, temperature, humidity and feed, making it perfect for those of us that like low-maintenance room-mates. On NASA’s list of 50 Indoor plants that clean the air, it is perfect for filtering and purifying stagnant air, and is a popular choice for growing in the work place, and indeed is one of the most heavily sold houseplant palms in the world. Small yellow flowers occasionally appear from spring to autumn, followed by small black fruit. Of course, it also makes a gorgeous garden specimen in warmer climes, and is found growing in the wild in Mexico and Guatemala. ... Learn More

    $4.80

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    CHAMAEDOREA MICROSPADIX

    Also known as the Hardy Bamboo Palm, this elegant evergreen clustering/clumping palm produces stout stands of upright, slender, bamboo-like stems, which are ringed with leaf scars making it resemble bamboo. Its beautiful matt green feathery leaves give a fantastic exotic and tropical look to any garden ort sunlounge. Originating from high forests in Eastern and Central Mexico at altitudes between 2,600 to 4,900ft (800 and 1500m), it is incredibly hardy, down to minus 8 C has been stated. In dappled shade, with dry winters and wet summers, it forms lush, dense stands, and although from limestone mountains it is not fussy about soil provided it has reasonable drainage. ... Learn More

    $5.21

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    CHAMAEDOREA SEIFRIZII

    Potted bamboo palms bring color and warmth to any room in the house. There are many to choose from, but most need bright indirect light in order to thrive. However, this unusual palm is an exception to this rule and will grow in low light conditions, although they will grow taller with more light. Indeed it is also remarkably tolerant of dry air as well as low light levels. It grows as a clustering clump of stems, each ringed similarly to bamboo, and from which the common name Bamboo Palm arises, each stem being topped by an open crown of delicate feathery leaves, usually to 50cm long. ... Learn More

    $5.42

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    CHAMAEROPS HUMILIS

    This incredible plant looks tropical, but is in fact perfectly ok with non-tropical conditions. Indeed, It is one of only two palms native to Europe and copes happily with British weather. Cold temperatures, wind and drought won’t phase it. One has thrived, unprotected on a north facing hillside in our gardens in Southern England for more than 30 years, and we have had minus 12C at times. It is one of the most cold-hardy palms and is used frequently in landscaping in colder countries. In the wild, it grows mainly in southwestern Europe, especially in Spain and Portugal. It provides an exotic focal point in the garden with its evergreen fan-shaped leaves, and is naturally slow growing and rarely exceeds head height. Although it is very hardy indeed, it will do best in moist but well-drained soil in a warm, sheltered position such as in a sunny border. ... Learn More

    $5.35

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    COCCOTHRINAX ACUMINATA

    A slender, solitary trunk, clothed in its upper part in coarse leafsheath fibres, supports a small crown of beautiful, rigid, circular leaves, green above and silvery white below. It is best suited for the drier tropics and withstands light frost and coastal exposure. This rare, choice and highly desirable palm is native to coastal areas in western Cuba. ... Learn More

    $5.28

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    CORDYLINE INDIVISA

    This rarely-seen plant is a magnificent species for the connoisseur, with wide, thick bronze/green leaves with orange midribs and glaucous, blue-grey undersides. When mature these broad blades can grow up to 4ft long and 5-6in wide. These beautiful native New Zealanders grows high in the mountains on deep organic soil in forest clearings, and are perfect for cool, moist conditions, where you might also grow tree ferns. They are able to withstand lower temperatures than the closely related and much easier Cordyline australis, although they appreciate some protection in very hard winters when they are young. However, even in a rare arctic winter they will re-shoot from the base if cut down by severe cold. ... Learn More

    $5.21

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    CORDYLINE OBTECTA 'THREE KINGS'

    One of the more compact and stout members of the cordyline family, this rare and unusual member has multiple branches of wide, strappy leaves diverging from the trunk. The large panicles of flowers, followed by white seed capsules, are held stiffly erect above the foliage unlike other species which are pendulous. In New Zealand, it is quite common on the main islands of the Three Kings which are now protected as Nature Reserves. It is very localised and possibly at some risk on Norfolk Island, and is less common south of there, but still rather widespread, especially on remote Murimotu and the Poor Knights Islands which are also Nature Reserves. ... Learn More

    $5.28

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