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    STRELITZIA JUNCEA

    Rarely offered. Spectacular orange and dark blue flowers open from May to October on thick strong stems. This rare and very striking feature plant varies from the normal variety, having upright cylindrical, rush-like leaves, without a leaf blade. This species is said to be one of the most frost resistant of the five in the genus in southern Africa, (the other four being S. alba, S. nicolai, S. reginae and S. caudata). Indigenous to South Africa, this exceptionally-evolved drought resistant form of Strelitzia occurs sparingly near Uitenhage, Patensie and just north of Port Elizabeth, where it is now threatened by illegal removal for horticultural purposes! Our seeds are from cultivated plants. ... Learn More

    $6.98

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    SUTHERLANDIA FRUTESCENS

    Attractive racemes of dazzling, showy, bright red pea-like flowers, open over a long period, followed by sizeable, pink-tinged, bladdery, inflated seed capsules, which many children love to "pop" with an audible bang! This popular evergreen shrub, which in the wild comes from South Africa (Cape), produces slender stems bearing attractive pinnate, grey-green leaves with narrowly oblong leaflets. ... Learn More

    $4.86

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    SWEET PEA 'BALLERINA BLUE'

    'Ballerina Blue' is a vigorous, free-flowering cultivar growing to 1.8m, bearing usually 4 flowers on stems to 30cm. Flowers are a soft blue with purplish tinges, highly scented. Suitable for exhibition. ... Learn More

    $2.75

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    SWEET PEA 'MEMORIAL FLIGHT'

    A beautiful highly perfumed sweet pea with Ivory cream flowers edged with a hint of green when blooming. A great choice! ... Learn More

    $2.75

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    TABEBUIA AUREA

    These beautiful blooming trees put on a brilliant display of a multitude of two to three-inch-long, fragrant, golden yellow, trumpet-shaped blooms borne in terminal flower clusters. The gorgeous silvery leaves often drop just before the flowers appear making the spectable even more amazing. Deeply-furrowed silvery bark on picturesque, contorted branches and trunk adds even more to its grandeur. Although it thrives only in warmer climates, it can be also be grown in containers, especially small ones, which eventually can turn the tree into a large bonsai specimen. It is native to South America in Suriname, Brazil, eastern Bolivia, Peru, Paraguay, and northern Argentina. The common English name Caribbean trumpet tree is actually misleading, as it is not native to the Caribbean! ... Learn More

    $4.86

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    THRINAX RADIATA

    This very pretty palm has glossy, dark green, circular fan leaves that have drooping leaf tips. An unusually slender-stemmed palm, the trunks can grow to more than 20 feet high or more, but rarely grow more than five inches inches thick. It is distributed over much of the northern Caribbean and is a reliable and easy-to-grow ornamental for tropical and warm subtropical areas, and a perfect palm for coastal regions. In the wild it grows on the extreme southern mainland coast of Florida, the Florida Keys, Bahamas, western Cuba, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Hispaniola, Puerto Rico, Yucatan Peninsula, Honduras and Nicaragua. It also makes a good specimen in a very large pot. ... Learn More

    $5.57

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    TIBOUCHINA GROSSA

    Masses of goblet shaped, carmine-red flowers open amidst dark green, deeply-carved, soft fuzzy leaves on this very rare shrub, which can eventually become a compact tree. A magnet for butterflies and bees, in the wild it is actually pollinated by hummingbirds, where it thrives high in the cloud forests and paramo of the Andes, in Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador between 2400 and 3800 m. Seldom yet seen in cultivation, it will make an outstanding specimen in cool temperate climates. ... Learn More

    $4.86

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    TIBOUCHINA LEPIDOTA

    Masses of sizeable, sumptuous, beautiful royal-purple blooms open wide, amidst velvet leaves, constantly from March or April. These continue all through autumn and sometimes into early winter, or even all-year-round in warmer climates. Perfect trained as a shrub, or even allowed to grow finally into a small tree, it is one of the world's most spectacular plants. In the wild, Tibouchina lepidota is fairly widespread in montane and cloud forests of the Andes mountains between Venezuela and Peru from 800 to 3200 m, and therefore has a considerable measure of hardiness. ... Learn More

    $4.72

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    TOMATO CROKINI F1

    Tasty red fruits cascade in an abundance of delicious sweet cherry tomatoes which are full of flavour. Heavy crops of gorgeous, non-splitting tomatoes have good resistance to mildew and many diseases and are ideal either cooked, or raw for snacking. They originated in Provence in the south of France, in the small town of Saint-Rémy de Provence. ... Learn More

    $3.74

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    WATSONIA BORBONICA

    Large, vibrant rose-pink, fragrant, tubular, trumpet-shaped flowers sit upon tall stems rising to more than one metre, and these bloom from late spring to early summer. Occasionally white-flowered seedlings may appear. Foliage is attractive fans of sword-shaped, iris-like green leaves. The genus name honours Sir William Watson (1715-1787), English scientist and physician, who discovered this species on the island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean, once called Ile Bourbon in honor of the Bourbon kings of France. ... Learn More

    $4.09

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    WATSONIA PILLANSII

    In early summer strong erect stems display heads of stunning, brilliant orange flowers which bloom for many weeks, making it a constantly-producing amazing cut flower. A protected location such as close to a south or west facing wall is preferable, where it is capable of freezing to the ground in extreme cold, and then re-growing vigorously, and still blooming in late spring to early summer! Rich, well-drained soil with regular summer moisture will ensure constant flowering, but if allowed to go completely dry in summer, just as with other watsonias, it will die back, returning with the first rains in autumn. This is one of the very hardiest species of watsonias, finally forming long-lived, evergreen clumps. ... Learn More

    $4.58

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    ZLATA

    A round radish with distinctive yellow skin and white flesh. Resistant to cracking and bolting. Harvest after 35-40 days. ... Learn More

    $2.75

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