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    A rare medium-sized tree with prolific white blossom in spring followed by yellow haws. Practically thornless. Thrives in any soil other than waterlogged, in a sunny position. Dotted hawthorn is often used in landscaping for its ornamental features, including its fragrant flowers and decorative berries. It can be employed in hedges, as a specimen plant, or in naturalized areas. The berries of Crataegus punctata are a valuable food source for birds, contributing to its ecological significance. ... Learn More


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    Alpine Daphne (Daphne alpina), a member of the Thymelaeaceae family, is a compact evergreen shrub appreciated for its simple beauty. With a typical height of 1 to 2 feet and a spread of 2 to 3 feet, this low-maintenance plant adds a touch of charm to gardens and landscapes. Known for its fragrant flowers, Alpine Daphne is a practical choice for those seeking an unassuming yet visually appealing addition to their outdoor spaces. ... Learn More


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    The rarely-encountered Korean Daphne stands as a fragrant emissary, captivating the senses in earliest spring with clusters of tubular flowers, that emit a sweet and lingering perfume. These blossoms, often lilac, pale pink, or even lemon with some forms, grace the branches before the emergence of the glossy, lance-shaped leaves. The evergreen foliage, with its leathery texture, provides a verdant backdrop to the delicate floral display, creating a harmonious composition. The Korean Daphne's adaptability and tolerance make it a valuable addition to gardens seeking year-round interest. ... Learn More


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    No other blue quite measures up to the almost iridescent hues of Delphinium “Cliveden Beauty”. It belongs to a group that characteristically has branching flowering stems rather than single spires of flowers. The flowers are borne from June to August, on tall, loose, spikes at the tips of the growing stem. The many individual blooms are clear light blue, each with a white centre. They are wonderful old-fashioned flowering plants that are well worth cultivating for their magnificent hues. ... Learn More


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    Dianthus Anatolicus is a resilient alpine perennial hailing from Anatolia, Turkey. Flourishing in various climates, this captivating plant showcases vibrant pink blooms against slender gray-green foliage. Renowned for its low-maintenance appeal it is a perfect addition to rock gardens or borders, bringing enduring beauty year after year. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    Dictamnus albus var. caucasicus, the Caucasian dittany is a captivating perennial with aromatic foliage and exquisite blossoms. This sun-loving herbaceous perennial, native to the Caucasus region, adapts effortlessly to diverse soil types making it an easy to grow and tough plant. The fragrant leaves release a delightful lemon scent, enhancing its ornamental appeal. Its stunning pink to lavender flowers, attracting pollinators and contribute to its visual splendor. Explore the versatile beauty of this species, perfect for gardens and containers. ... Learn More


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    Dioscorea brachybotrya, commonly known as the Chinese yam or cinnamon vine, is a unique and versatile perennial plant with a rich botanical heritage. This climbing vine is prized for both its ornamental appeal and its culinary uses. Dioscorea brachybotrya is a vigorous climbing vine that can reach impressive heights. Its heart-shaped leaves and twining stems contribute to its aestheticS, making it a popular choice for vertical gardening and trellises. The plant showcases clusters of small, fragrant flowers, adding a delightful touch to any garden. Native to East Asia, Dioscorea brachybotrya th ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    Eryngium yuccifolium, commonly known as Rattlesnake Master, is a distinctive perennial plant that adds a unique architectural element to prairie landscapes. As a member of the Apiaceae family, this native North American species showcases linear, strap-like leaves arranged in a rosette formation, reminiscent of yucca plants. These leaves, which can reach lengths of up to 2 feet (60 cm), contribute to the plant's bold and structural presence. The foliage, tough and leathery, is an adaptation to the harsh conditions of its native prairie habitat. The flower heads of Eryngium yuccifolium are intri ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    Erythrina caffra, commonly known as the African Coral Tree, enchants with its vibrant coral-colored flowers that bloom in clusters during the spring. These tubular blossoms, ranging from intense orange-red to coral hues, create a visually stunning spectacle, attracting pollinators and adding a burst of color to any landscape. featuring large, compound leaves that intricately divide, forming a lush canopy. This foliage not only provides an attractive backdrop to the brilliant flowers but also offers shade and visual interest, enhancing the overall allure of the tree. Native to South Africa, Ery ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    Escallonia pulverulenta, commonly known as the Chilean escallonia, is a splendid evergreen shrub. This particular species belongs to the family Escalloniaceae. With a moderate growth rate, Escallonia pulverulenta typically reaches a height of 6 to 10 feet (1.8 to 3 meters) and spreads to about 6 feet (1.8 meters). Its compact and bushy form makes it an excellent choice for hedges, borders, or as a standalone specimen. The shrub boasts small, glossy, dark green leaves with a subtle serrated edge. The foliage releases a sweet fragrance when brushed against, adding a sensory delight to ... Learn More


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    Euphorbia stenoclada, commonly known as the "Thin Candelabra Tree," is an intriguing succulent renowned for its distinctive and sculptural appearance. Native to Madagascar, this Euphorbia species belongs to the Euphorbiaceae family. Euphorbia stenoclada is characterized by its upright, columnar stems that grow vertically, resembling a candelabra. The stems are thin, angular, and segmented, creating a captivating geometric silhouette. The stems of this succulent display a striking bluish-green color, providing an appealing contrast to its surroundings. The unique hue enhances the plant's visual ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    Foeniculum vulgare 'Dulce Rubrum,' commonly known as Bronze Fennel or Sweet Bronze Fennel, is a captivating herb that adds both visual interest and culinary flair to gardens. As a member of the Apiaceae family, this perennial herb exhibits feathery, bronze-colored foliage and an aromatic presence, making it a versatile and attractive addition to various garden settings. The bronze-hued, finely dissected leaves of Sweet Bronze Fennel create a lacy and delicate appearance. The foliage, which takes on a captivating reddish-bronze hue, adds a touch of warmth and elegance to the garden. The feat ... Learn More


    (50 seeds)

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    The European Ash Tree, scientifically known as Fraxinus excelsior, is a deciduous tree with a straightforward, natural appeal. It typically grows to heights ranging from 60 to 100 feet, featuring dark green compound pinnate leaves. The bark starts off smooth and gray, developing fissures and patterns as the tree matures. In spring, inconspicuous greenish flowers appear, and by late summer or early autumn, the tree produces distinctive winged seeds known as "keys" or samaras. Adaptability is a notable feature of this tree, thriving in various soil types and tolerating both full sun and parti ... Learn More


    (30+ seeds)

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    A beautiful, small, evergreen shrub with colorful branches, simple leaves and bell-shaped, pink and yellow flowers. Fuchsia sessilifolia is native to montane and cloud forests in Ecuador and Colombia between 1900 and 3200 m. In cultivation it adapts well to a range of warm temperate climates. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    The sizeable rosette of this immensely striking, tough plant is surprisingly hardy. When it reaches maturity it sprouts a rapidly growing spire. This is quickly covered with numerous branches bearing absolutely countless beautiful palest lemon flowers, which in turn produce many plum-sizes seed capsules. However, normally only a few ripen into solid seed pods, the remainder falling off. But do not despair, each place that lost a flower, soon sprouts a sizeable baby plant! These occur in some number, and they progressively fall off into winter to instantly become new plants!! From Mexico, and ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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