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  1. Scabiosa graminifolia
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    SCABIOSA GRAMINIFOLIA

    This clumping, evergreen perennial with silver-green, grass-like leaves 15cm long is covered with tufts of silvery hairs. Summer-borne flowers are solitary, light purple, up to 4cm wide, and held on strong, narrow stalks. The name pincushion perfectly fits the description of the flower, with its rounded form. Bees and butterflies love this plant, which likes dry, hot, sunny conditions and would be suitable for a dry, sheltered wall. ... Learn More

    $3.01

  2. Scabiosa lucida
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    SCABIOSA LUCIDA

    Delicate single clear-lavender flowers dance on slender, wiry stems enjoying the attentions of visiting bees and butterflies in search of their rich supply of nectar from June all the way through to September. The foliage forms a loose clump of deeply serrated leaves, making this an attractive plant for the front of an herbaceous border. Plant in a sunny position in well-drained soil, although it will tolerate some shade if you haven't got quite the right spot in full sun, and dead-head regularly to keep the flowers coming and to control self-seeding. ... Learn More

    $3.46

  3. Scilla cilicica
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    SCILLA CILICICA

    Racemes of lilac-blue flowers with slightly reflexed petals appear in early winter and will show through into the spring, suspended from narrow stems that emerge from clumps of 3-4 strap-like leaves that first show in autumn. This rarely offered plant is native to Syria and southern Turkey, where it is most at home in scrubland or in shady rocky places. Few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.14

  4. Sequoiadendron giganteum
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    SEQUOIADENDRON GIGANTEUM

    The giant of the forest - these mighty trees grow spectacularly huge in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California, and are believed to be among the oldest living organisms on the planet. An interesting challenge for any keen horticulturalist to see how a seedling could be nurtured - consider planting one for your grandchildren (or possibly great-grandchidren!). ... Learn More

    $4.42

  5. Seseli petraeum
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    SESELI PETRAEUM

    Native to the high rocky mountain slopes of Russia, Georgia and Turkey, (its name means 'of the rocks') this tough and most attractive hardy plant opens its sizeable, pure white inflorescences, atop thick, rubbery, greyish basal foliage which is most attractively lobed and divided. Rare and possibly not in cultivation, but should be. ... Learn More

    $4.35

  6. Shiraz
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    SHIRAZ

    A purple podded snow pea variety producing attractive, flat, purple pods with good flavour. Very slow seed development and are often used in stir fries. Resistant to Powdery Mildew. Can be sown from March to June (or in November if overwintering). ... Learn More

    $2.30

  7. Silene italica
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    SILENE ITALICA

    A rather unusual campion with thin dividing stems, carrying many small white flowers which open from long slim buds, the calyces being striped in red. As they age, the petals twist like small propellers! Originating in the Alps and mountains of Provence, it has spread including to a location where it is a locally naturalized alien, discovered in 2005 on a coal mining spoil heap near Charleroi (Damprémy)! ... Learn More

    $3.26

  8. Noimage
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    SILENE VISCARIA

    Bright rosy-pink flowers appear in compact whorled spikes from May to August on this easy-to-grow perennial. The common name alludes to the fact that the plant has sticky stems that really are capable of catching small flies! An uncommon British native, it is usually found on sheer cliffs near the coast ... Learn More

    $3.14

  9. Tomato sweet valentinei
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    SWEET VALENTINE F1

    As its name suggests Sweet Valentine tomatoes produce attractive heart-shaped fruit. It is a well-branched determinate patio-type tomato with a very compact self-mounding or cascading plant habit. This unique plant stays compact 30-40 cm (12-16 in.) in height and produces tasty fruits borne in abundance. Plant and fruiting habit make it an ideal variety to produce in hanging baskets or to use in combination pots as the spiller component with herbs and flowers for patio use. (Bush) ... Learn More

    $4.54

  10. Symphyandra hofmannii
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    SYMPHYANDRA HOFMANNII

    From a compact basal rosette of toothed leaves rises a dividing system of branches, heavily hung with large cream bell-shaped flowers. This pretty Bosnian campanula relative should gently self-seed, giving glorious drifts in future years. ... Learn More

    $2.94

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    TAGETES PATULA LINNAEUS

    Many-petalled flowers of a rich brown-red, each with a fine gold edge to every petal, make a real feature in your garden. Flowering all summer, if you take the faded flowers off regularly it enjoys full sun and carries a very strong musky scent that is attractive to humans but not to insects! Plant it in window boxes to keep the flies away in the summer months, or as a companion plant to protect your veg. We are sorry but we have very few seeds of this variety. ... Learn More

    $2.37

  12. Veronicastrum viginicum album
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    VERONICASTRUM VIRGINICUM 'ALBUM'

    This majestic perennial boasts slender spires of delicate white flowers above dense green foliage. Flowering from June until August, this is an eye-catching addition to the cottage garden or can be dotted through a large herbeaceous border to good effect and is happy in full sun or partial shade. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  13. Vitex agnus castus pink icing
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    VITEX AGNUS CASTUS 'PINK ICING'

    This is a rare variant of the normally blue-flowered shrub, one plant of which was discovered on the Greek island of Kos. Strong branches bear fragrant leaves, almost exactly identical to those of cannabis plants, which terminate in most attractive clusters of fragrant, pinkish-mauve flowers. It is also called Chaste Tree, Chasteberry, Abraham's Balm or Monk's Pepper, as it was once used to flavour stews in monasteries, (not recommended for honeymooners). It is a native of the Mediterranean region and although hardy here on the UK south coast in Devon, it may need shelter elsewhere. It is one of the few temperate-zone species of Vitex, which is generally a genus of tropical and sub-tropical flowering plants. ... Learn More

    $3.71

  14. Wisteria floribunda
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    WISTERIA FLORIBUNDA

    One of the most dramatic and popular climbers, the Japanese wisteria is a vigorous grower and is awash with racemes of delicate lilac to mauve pea shaped, lightly scented, flowers in early spring. A spectacular decoration for a pergola or wall, or can be trained and grown as a standard to quite stunning effect. This climber lends an air of romance to any garden. ... Learn More

    $5.06

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