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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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    This rare and lovely palest buttermilk form of Iris pseudacorus, coming relatively true from seed, has sizeable cream flowers unlike the common blue form, the large pale petals being exquisitely marked and veined in purple. Although it can grow large in a damp or wet spot, or even in water at a pond edge, it does perfectly well in a dry garden. ... Learn More


    (8 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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    This exotic vine has heart-shaped leaves and produces small yellow flowers followed by unusual looking spiky fruits which change colour from green to yellowy-orange when ripe. The seeded, lime-green jelly like interior of the fruit is rich in nutrients and has a mild flavour which is sometimes described as a cross between cucumber, courgette and kiwifruit (although as it ripens, it tastes more like a banana). It is thought to be the ancestor of all other cultivated melons, and should be grown like an ordinary cucumber but with less water and in a dryer atmosphere. ... Learn More


    (20 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


    (200+ seeds)

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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


    (20 seeds)

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    Lilium ciliatum, commonly known as the Tiger Lily or Leopard Lily, is a perennial flowering plant belonging to the Liliaceae family. The Tiger Lily is renowned for its large, showy flowers. Each stem bears a cluster of pendant or Turk's cap-shaped blossoms with recurved petals. The distinctive feature of these flowers is their striking color pattern, with orange to deep red petals adorned with dark spots, resembling the coat of a tiger or leopard. Lilium ciliatum typically grows from a bulb, producing tall, sturdy stems that can reach heights of 3 to 6 feet (about 1 to 2 meters). The lance-sha ... Learn More


    (15 seeds)

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    Lilium dauricum, commonly known as the Turquoise Lily or Siberian Lily, is a perennial flowering plant belonging to the Liliaceae family. The star attraction of Lilium dauricum is its exquisite, nodding flowers. Each stem bears a cluster of 2 to 6 turkscap-shaped blossoms with recurved petals. The unique coloration of the flowers can vary but often includes shades of turquoise, violet, or pink, with darker spots or markings. Lilium dauricum is native to various regions in Asia, including Siberia, Mongolia, China, and Korea. This lily is well-adapted to a range of habitats, from meadows to fore ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    These beautiful cottage-garden favourites have been newly bred at Plant World, using their numerous different varieties and species. Multi-branching stems produce spikes encrusted with countless delicate "snapdragon" flowers over a long period from spring to autumn. These open in a wide range of colours as illustrated. Dead-heading soon produces a repeat flush of flowers, right into late autumn! ... Learn More


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    Lychinis fulgens, also known as scarlet lychnis or Himalayan catchfly, is an enchanting herbaceous perennial that commands attention with its vivid and intense scarlet-red blooms. Lance-shaped leaves, arranged in opposing pairs along the stems, grace the plant. These leaves, adorned in a rich green hue, contribute to the overall lush appearance. The true spectacle of Lychnis fulgens lies in its captivating scarlet-red flowers. These blooms, with their tubular or bell-shaped structure, are clustered elegantly at the pinnacle of tall, upright stems Embracing a lengthy blooming period from late s ... Learn More


    (200+ seeds)

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    Lycianthes lycoidea, commonly known as the potato bush or Christmas berry, is a shrub that belongs to the Solanaceae family. One of the notable features of Lycianthes lycoidea is its small, star-shaped flowers. These flowers are usually white or pale lavender and are produced in clusters. The blooming period can vary, but it often occurs during the summer and fall seasons. The potato bush is a medium to large shrub with a dense and rounded growth habit. It typically reaches heights of 6 to 10 feet (1.8 to 3 meters) and has a similar spread. The plant is evergreen, and its dense foliage consist ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    A stunning completely new form of Meconopsis baileyii, the "Himalayan Poppy". Numerous sky blue flowers on very short stems cluster tightly around the tops of the main stems, resembling a giant kniphofia or 'red-hot poker' flower, which needs to be seen to be believed. By comparison, the common form of the plant produces just a few flowers on long stem atop the main stems. Inevitably, some plants may revert to the normal form. ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    Muhlenbergia capillaris, commonly known as pink muhly grass, is a warm-season, clump-forming grass species that adds a touch of elegance to landscapes. Muhlenbergia capillaris has a tufted, clump-forming growth habit. The grass typically forms dense, fountain-like mounds of slender foliage. The foliage consists of narrow, linear leaves that are typically green but can take on a reddish or bronze tint, especially in the autumn. The most distinctive feature of pink muhly grass is its airy and feathery pink to purplish-pink inflorescences. The flowering plumes are borne on arching stems and creat ... Learn More


    (100+ seeds)

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    Drop dead gorgeous, rich indigo-blue Iris-like blooms to 4" across, intricately veined in amber and white appear throughout Summer in waves atop tall, strong stems to 5' tall. A tough and EASY Brazilian member of the Iris family, its tall, stiff evergreenleaves form handsome clumps in a few years and provide a year-round vertical accent, as well a nice background for shorter blooms. Offsets curiously appear at the tops of spent stems and are easily detached for new plants!Not fussy and CLAY tolerant, but more blooms with compost rich soil and Summer water. Drought tolerant and deer resistant! ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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