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    Malva sylvestris ssp. mauritanica, commonly known as Mauritanian Mallow or Musk Mallow, is a charming herbaceous perennial that graces gardens with its delicate blooms and attractive foliage. As a member of the Malvaceae family, this subspecies of Common Mallow showcases distinctive features that contribute to its ornamental appeal. The lush and deeply lobed leaves of Mauritanian Mallow form a verdant basal rosette, providing an attractive foundation for the plant. The foliage, velvety to the touch, adds a tactile element to the garden and enhances the overall visual interest. The leaves ar ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    Meconopsis Lingholm "Himalayan Velvet" is our brand new exclusive introduction. At last we are able to reveal this absolutely spectacular form of Royal Purple Meconopsis Lingholm. Sizeable, flared, silky velvet bowls open on numerous strong stems in early spring. Bone hardy and easily divided in early spring, it thrives best in organic moist soil, preferably in shade, where it will multiply up yearly. Very few seeds have been collected so availability is limited. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    Cucumis melo, commonly known as Cantaloupe, is a delicious and popular melon variety appreciated for its sweet and juicy orange flesh. Belonging to the Cucurbitaceae family, Cantaloupe is a warm-season fruit that thrives in well-drained, sandy soils with plenty of sunlight. The Cantaloupe fruit is round to oval in shape and typically weighs several pounds when mature. Its thick, netted rind is beige to tan, and the prominent netting or webbing on the skin distinguishes it from other melon varieties. The fruit's interior is where its true allure lies. The flesh is juicy, aromatic, and ranges in ... Learn More


    (15 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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    In our gardens in Devon we grow numerous of the choicest daffodil and narcissus varieties that are available, many of them with famous names. They have varying flowering times and a multitude of shapes and colours, and most are gently fragrant. Many of these do not produce viable seeds and some that do are very frugal. We carefully collect every single seed pod of the finest forms, some having only 2 or 3 fertile seeds, and offer them here, where you will receive a choice selection. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    We grow several varieties of the earliest-flowering, overwhelmingly fragrant narcissus. The perfume hits you when you inspect our beds of these gorgeous varieties, many of them double-flowered or multicoloured. They spread their flowering over an extended period from early March, and sometimes into May, more than a dozen of the best commercial varieties performing making a stunning sight. Most produce no fertile seeds, but we collect any ripe capsules carefully from the ones that do, even if only a few hard black seeds per plant. Every sparingly produced seed is carefully collected before bein ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    New to cultivation. Collected on the recent Alpine Garden Society China Expedition. (A.C.E.1611). Disproportionately large flowerheads with prominent lipped blue and white flowers, with rough fragrant leaves. A little (actually a medium sized) beauty! Also known as Stewart's Catmint, this rare and exotic perennial herb is the perfect addition for those seeking a distinctive touch to their outdoor space. This uncommon plant adds an elegant touch to your garden, setting it apart from the usual varieties. Suitable for gardeners of all levels, grow this plant effortlessly and enjoy its graceful bl ... Learn More


    (15+ seeds)

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    Paeonia daurica, a member of the Paeoniaceae family, showcases resplendent blooms that captivate with their intricate beauty. The large, showy flowers come in various hues, including shades of pink, magenta, and white. The layered petals create a lush and alluring floral display. This herbaceous perennial typically reaches a height of 60 to 90 centimeters, forming a robust and elegant presence in gardens. Its attractive, deeply lobed foliage complements the striking flowers. Originating from the Caucasus and parts of Turkey, Paeonia daurica thrives in well-drained soils and temperate climates. ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    A robust, woody vine common in the Andes in South America from Colombia to Bolivia, where it is found in cloud forests at higher elevations between 1400 and 3800 m. It is popular for its lovely pink to red flowers and edible, roundish, very sweet and tangy fruit. They are both eaten fresh and made into juice. Passiflora mixta is well adapted to cool conditions and will grow in many warm temperate climates. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    Akabare Khursania is a very rare variety originating from Nepal and Sikkim in India, where it is also known as Dalle Khursani. Resembling cherries, (which can sometimes elongate), the fruits have a distinct aroma and distinctive high flavour, precisely why they are so famous. Indeed, the aroma itself should make you salivate, the name Akabare Khursani translating to 'King of chillies'! Belonging to the family of one of the hottest chilli peppers in the world, this special pepper, native to Sikkim, was rightfully awarded a GI tag. (This identifies prize-winning peppers produced in the Malabar ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    Capsicum annuum 'Bird's Eye,' commonly known as Bird's Eye Chili or Thai Chili, is a fiery and compact pepper variety celebrated for its intense heat and culinary versatility. This small chili pepper is native to Southeast Asia and has become a sought-after ingredient in global cuisines. The Bird's Eye Chili, with its conical or cylindrical shape, reaches a modest size of 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5 cm) in length. Its vibrant red hue, especially when mature, adds visual appeal to the plant, creating a striking contrast against the bright green foliage. With a heat level ranging between 50,000 t ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    This rare and beautiful heirloom plant bears long, thin, pointed pods, slightly bent, jester's shoes style, at the end. The pods begin to ripen purple before finally ripening through deepening shades of orange, and finishing, believe it or not, deep red! This long-lost fascinating rediscovery was found, totally forgotten, after years of being frozen, possibly since 1944, in the bottom of an ancient freezer in America. And still, thankfully, they germinated. A most productive plant which can reach 5 feet/1.5m in a greenhouse or warm sheltered garden. (30,000-50,000 SHU) ... Learn More


    (8 seeds)

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    A very, very high yielding, dwarf heirloom plant absolutely dripping with big clusters of small, crunchy fruits that look just like carrots but have a spicy, fiery bite! Perfect for containers or the greenhouse. (5,000-30,000 SHU) ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    Another truly dangerous fruit! Do not be fooled by the compact, beautiful shape of this rarely available, most attractive pepper, it is cousin to the explosive red one, and is one of the world's very hottest chillies! An expert described it as "having an initial fruity taste, which rapidly turns to molten lava!" Technically it is a hybrid between the "really nastily hot" La Soufriere pepper from Saint Vincent, and an "explosive" Naga pepper from Pakistan. Definitely one of the world's hottest peppers, so handle, and eat with great care! (1,600,000 SHU) ... Learn More


    (5 seeds)

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    Count Dracula displays amazing jet black foliage with equally dark fang-like peppers which suddenly finally ripen to dazzling neon red (as they bite you?) All suspended in two colours, it is surely a worthy contender for the world's most beautiful pepper! Easy to grow, disease resistant and heavy-cropping. (5,000-30,000 SHU) ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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