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    Gaura lindheimeri, commonly known as butterfly bush or wandflower, is a perennial flowering plant native to North America. The plant is valued for its graceful, arching stems and delicate, butterfly-like flowers. Gaura lindheimeri is available in various cultivars, and a mix may refer to a combination of different cultivars or varieties. The individual flowers have four petals and come in various colours, including shades of pink, white, and bi-color combinations. The flowers are usually arranged on long, slender spikes, during its long blooming period, often starting in late spring or early s ... Learn More


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    Genista radiata, or fantastic spreading broom, a deciduous shrub known for its vibrant bright yellow flowers and low-growing habit. It is adaptable to various soil types and growing conditions, thriving in full sun or partial shade. This hardy shrub requires minimal maintenance once established and is drought-tolerant. With its cascading branches, Genista radiata serves as an attractive ground cover or border plant, adding visual appeal to outdoor spaces. Its vibrant blooms attract pollinators, making it a practical and aesthetically pleasing choice for gardens. Spread 90-120cm ... Learn More


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    Lagenaria siceraria, commonly known as bottle gourd, calabash gourd, or white-flowered gourd, is a vine plant belonging to the Cucurbitaceae family. Native to Africa, it has been cultivated for thousands of years and is known for its unique bottle-shaped fruits. Lagenaria siceraria is a vigorous climbing vine with large, lobed leaves. The vines can sprawl over the ground or climb on support structures such as trellises. The plant produces large, white, and sometimes fragrant flowers. The flowers are monoecious, meaning that individual plants bear both male and female flowers. The most distinct ... Learn More


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    A shrub or small tree, rarely more than 2 m (6 ft.) tall, growing in dry deciduous forests, in Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Swaziland and South Africa. It usually develops multiple stems, covered by dark gray-brown bark, upright, elliptical leaves with toothed margins, grayish-green above and pale green below and yellow or orange flowers, followed by spherical, reddish brown, edible fruits. In Botswana, the fruits of Grewia flava are highly appreciated and are used in the preparation of traditional beer and snacks. It is best adapted to warm temperate and drier tropical climates. Seeds germina ... Learn More


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    Not much is known about Guzmania Candelabrum other than its origins of being native to equador and columbia. A tender tropical forest plant rarely offered. Seeds are also interesting and are very fine and hairy similar to some grass seeds. It may also work well as a house plant! ... Learn More


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    A beautiful, small bromeliad that forms mildly clustering rosettes of reddish mottled leaves that are spiny along the margins. Hechtia stenopetala is native to scrublands and dry forests in eastern central Mexico. It makes an attractive ground cover for the desert garden that is very hardy against drought and can take a bit of cold as well. ... Learn More


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    This gem is a recently selected, beautifully refined form of our native hogweed (NOT the poisonous "Giant Hogweed). It opens sizeable, dusky pink umbels which are stunning in a mixed border, where this gorgeous plant will be perfect for attracting bees and other pollinators. Definitely not to be confused with the invasive, non-native and phytotoxic giant hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum). ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    Probably the best of the popular Christmas hollies, despite its name, this variegated form is a female holly! Holly is dioecious, meaning plants are either male or female, therefore you need to grow several to ensure you get some of the berried females. Males are used purely to cross-pollinate them to ensure plentiful berries are produced! It makes a compact, conical, evergreen shrub that has broad, ovate, friendly and only partly spiny leaves, that are slightly shiny and variegated with dark green and a rich yellow edge. You will various forms and variegations, and it is very hardy, and tole ... Learn More


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    A full spectrum of every colour possible of this easy-to-grow old favourite. Sunnyside Cottage, deep in the Warwickshire countryside, has long been the home of one of the best Hollyhock collections in the UK. Long-established, and gently self-seeding, even along the local roadsides, they are a dazzling, reliable surprise, every summer, to all who walk or drive by. We are privileged to have sole access to these seeds and offer a very generous bulk packet of seeds which germinate best when simply scattered where required. ... Learn More


    (100+ seeds)

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    Indigofera hirsuta is a deciduous shrub that typically grows to a height of about 1 to 2 meters (3 to 6 feet). It is characterized by its slender, hairy stems and pinnately compound leaves, which are covered in fine hairs, giving the plant a somewhat fuzzy or hirsute appearance. The shrub produces clusters of pea-like flowers that can range in color from pink to purple. These inflorescences are borne at the tips of the branches and create a visually appealing display. The flowering period varies depending on the specific growing conditions and geographic location. The compound leaves consist o ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    Amongst our sizeable collection of superb, but sadly-sterile hybrid irises, we have discovered one particular beauty that occasionally produces just a very small number of fertile seeds. These produce incredibly varying flowers, and have proven to be just as vigorous, as those of their parent, with sumptuous, flamboyant, sometimes doubled petals, These come in a fabulous range of pastels, and mixed blues and pinks, and in rich or moist soil these will truly excel. We are releasing these few unique seeds for the benefit or gardeners around the world! ... Learn More


    (5 seeds)

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    Striking pinkish-purple flowers open on upright stems up to 1 metre tall bearing long, narrow leaves. As it flowers earlier than many hybrids, it helps to extend the short Iris season. Very easily grow, it quickly forms a large hardy clump that improves each year! ... Learn More


    (8 seeds)

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    Kochia scoparia, commonly known as summer cypress, burning bush, or Mexican fireweed, is an annual herbaceous plant that belongs to the Amaranthaceae family. Native to Eurasia, it has been introduced to various regions around the world and is known for its distinctive appearance and adaptability. Kochia typically grows as a bushy, rounded, or slightly conical plant. It starts with an upright growth habit, but as it matures, it can take on a more spreading and open form. The leaves of Kochia scoparia are small, linear, and alternate along the stems. During the growing season, the foliage is oft ... Learn More


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    Leonotis leonurus, commonly known as wild dagga or lion's tail, is a flowering perennial plant that belongs to the Lamiaceae family. Wild dagga is a robust and erect herbaceous plant with square stems, typical of the mint family. It can grow up to 6 feet (1.8 meters) in height, and its long, tubular flowers cluster at the top of the stems, forming dense whorls. The opposite leaves are lance-shaped and have a slightly toothed margin. The most distinctive feature of Leonotis leonurus is its striking flowers. These tubular flowers, often orange to reddish-orange, resemble the mane of a lion, givi ... Learn More


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    Leucojum vernum var. carpaticum, commonly known as the Carpathian Snowflake, is a delicate perennial bulb with nodding, bell-shaped flowers. Belonging to the Amaryllidaceae family, this charming species showcases a simple yet enchanting floral display. Unveiling its blossoms on slender, green stems, creating a gentle contrast against the backdrop of its narrow, strap-like leaves. The pendulous flowers, usually white with green-tipped tepals, dangle gracefully, resembling delicate snowflakes suspended in mid-air. This Leucojum variety typically reaches a height of 6 to 12 inches (15 to 30 ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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