New Seeds This Year

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    This delightful, old-fashioned specimen of Morning Glory makes a stunning display with its large flowers splashed with inky stripes of purple/blue in varying widths and depths of colour. It will make a fine display on any trellis or pergola or can be used to mask an unsightly feature. ... Learn More


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    This extremely rare and quite fantastic Morning Glory is reported to have been recently saved from near extinction and so we are keen to encourage its resurrection. Gorgeous, impressively large lavender blooms shine out making a stunning display, but why not consider enhancing it further by growing it in combination with another climber, or a rambling rose. Prefers rich soil and prefers to keep its feet in the shade. ... Learn More


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    This superb open-pollinated variety produces flattened globe-shaped red skinned onions. The flesh is white with a sweet taste, alternating with rings of deep crimson. It works equally well in salads or for cooking and gives heavy crops which store well over long periods. ... Learn More


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    NEW! Kiwi berries, also known as Hardy Kiwis, are a recently-introduced breed of kiwi fruits that ripen while still small, and because you can eat them with the skin on, they are the sweetest, tastiest kiwi you've ever had! As well as costing a small fortune in the shops, these new, deliciously sweet, grape-sized gems are a great way to impress guests or friends at the dinner table. These diminutive fruits are also full of vitamins and antioxidants, having all of the benefits of their larger cousins, but are much easier to eat and grow, especially in colder countries. ... Learn More


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    This rare, trouble and maintenance free, and unusually attractive British native climber improves yearly, throwing out enormous numbers of sizeable, flesh pink flowers on strong stems, being even more vigorous and floriferous than Lathyrus latifolius. It is tough and totally hardy and ideal for cloaking a bank where little else will grow, and in winter it dies away to an underground tuber! One of the most garden-worthy British native plants. ... Learn More


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    This is a completely new flower we have produced at Plant World by crossing Linaria purpurea with Linaria dalmatica. The result is a strong-growing vigorous plant, taller than its parents, bearing sizeable heads of chalky, bluish-purple "snapdragon" flowers, a new colour in this genus. Additionally it has inherited the attractive rubbery grey foliage of its taller, but usually floppy-habit parent. A worthy new addition to the middle or back of the border that no one has grown before. ... Learn More


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    The "Toadflax" is an old and ever-popular, very long-flowering cottage garden plant, which usually has tall, slender flower spikes of violet-purple. We have mixed a generous quantity of a selection of seeds which will produce either icing pink, white or violet-purple flowers. (We appreciate these are not actually in red, white and blue, but this is the nearest we could manage!) These plants will continue to flower right into the frosts of autumn, after which time they will gently self-seed into places they like, but will never become a nuisance! Ideal for gently sprinkling where required! ... Learn More


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    A new hybrid 'French Breakfast' type with vigorous and uniform emergence. Roots are 4-5cm long, bright scarlet in colour with a small white tip. The erect foliage is of short-medium height. A very versatile variety suitable for early and main season production. ... Learn More


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    This absolutely unique mimulus bears masses of blue "snapdragon" flowers, a rare colour in this genus, on strong erect stems over an extended period from late spring to early autumn. Small thin pointed leaves clad the stems on this lovely hardy and reliable plant which will grow almost anywhere but excels in good moist soil or even in shallow water! ... Learn More


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    Large, luscious, pink tipped waxy petals adorn the famous "Sacred Lotus", a magnificent aquatic perennial. Amazingly, unlike other water lilies, both the flowers and leaves are able to grow upwards above the water for a considerable height, on strong stiff stems, accentuating their amazing beauty! In addition, the sizeable peltate leaves have a remarkable water repellent characteristic that serves as a self-cleaning mechanism, the whole plant making an interesting and noteworthy addition to any pond. Although it has been long-considered a close relative of the Water Lily, a noticeable difference is the large and quite bizarre ice-cream cone shaped receptacle at the centre of the plant. The terminal buds of lotus roots in pools begin to bud when the temperature rises to above 13 degrees Celsius in early April. In mid- and late May, the leaves grow above the water. In early and mid-June, blooming starts. In late June and mid-August, they reach full bloom. In early September, the last flowering period starts. And so, finally, for the botanists amongst you, recent molecular research has surprisingly shown that its closest living relatives are the plane trees and members of the protea family (Proteaceae). Indeed, their isolated phylogenetic position indicates that both Nelumbo and Platanus may be living fossils (the only survivors of an ancient and formerly much more diverse group). So you are now able to grow a Dinosaur plant in your pond! Fresh seeds rarely offered. ... Learn More


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    An almost perfectly spherical melon with gentle grooves running from end to end. This popular variety in Israel from ancient Indian/Persian stock, where its name means "anchor". The flesh is pale green with a light orange he around the seed cavity and has a rich aromatic flavour which ensures its enduring popularity. ... Learn More


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    These impressive peony poppies display large double-flowered heads in beautiful creamy white and will brighten up any gaps in your border from June until August. They are slightly shorter in stature than most opium poppies and so you might want to consider a spot nearer to the front. ... Learn More


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    A fabulous mix of colours ranging from lavender-grey to cream to palest pink, some almost double forms, and with an intriguing dark stippling of darker colour. These delightful field poppies will bring an air of sophistication to any border arrangement, flowering from June until August and happily self seeding. ... Learn More


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    Named for the Danish Flag, this cheerful poppy will proudly broadcast its presence in your borders and is one of the most popular of all opium poppies. Brightest red and white blooms with a delicately frilled edge and large stamens at the centre make it an eye-catching addition to your display. The plant will appreciate rich, well-drained soil and will repay regular dead-heading. ... Learn More


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    Very large fully double lilac flowers, whose frilly nature gives the bloom a lovely shaggy-headed appearance. This poppy will look fabulous in any cottage garden where its pastel shades will act as a foil for stronger colours or will blend well with any mauve shades. After flowering, the statuesque seed heads will continue to add interest well into the autumn months, or if you want the flowers to continue, deadhead regularly. ... Learn More


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