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    PULSATILLA GRANDIS SSP MORAVICA

    Pulsatilla grandis ssp. moravica, commonly known as the Moravian Pasqueflower, graces early spring meadows with its exquisite and delicate blooms. As a member of the Ranunculaceae family, this perennial herb captivates with its finely cut foliage and bell-shaped, violet-purple flowers, symbolizing the awakening of spring, unfolding its beauty with a profusion of finely dissected, silvery-green foliage that forms a low rosette. Amidst this verdant tapestry, nodding bell-shaped flowers emerge, showcasing a captivating violet-purple hue. The blooms, which resemble delicate cups, add a jewel-like ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (10 seeds)

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    RASPBERRY AMETHYST

    Deep purple raspberries ripen in late summer, and right into late autumn, on this rare hybrid primocane plant. Summer-fruiting raspberries produce fruit on the previous year's old canes, but this variety fruits very late, and heavily, usually at the top of the new current year's green canes. After it has fruited, and all leaves have fallen off in the winter, cut canes to the ground. New ones will grow quickly the following spring, and these will again bear the heavy crop, which is produced in August, September and October. Unbelievable but true, it does NOT set the main crop of fruit until l ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (30 seeds)

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    RHODOCOMA CAPENSIS

    Rhodocoma capensis, commonly referred to as the Cape Restio, is a distinctive and ornamental perennial native to the Western Cape of South Africa. This resilient plant, a member of the Restionaceae family, showcases an architectural grace with its slender, reed-like stems that form dense clumps, reaching heights of 3 to 5 feet. The foliage consists of slender, needle-like leaves arranged alternately along the stems, contributing to its bushy and structured appearance. Come late spring to early summer, Cape Restio adorns itself with small, unassuming flowers surrounded by papery bracts, addi ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (25+ seeds)

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    ROSA FILIPES KIFTSGATE

    A healthy, tough and extremely vigorous rose with spreading growth, bearing masses of pure white flowers, with a strong sweet fragrance, which are held in beautiful, flat-topped, cascading clusters. These can sometimes be made up of hundreds of individual flowers each facing outwards, exposing a cluster of pretty yellow stamens. The heavy masses of perfumed flowers are most attractive to bees, making it a good choice for a wildlife garden, and also for growing through large trees, or to cover large unsightly buildings or walls. The Royal Horticultural Society has given it its prestigious Aw ... Learn More

    $3.55

    (10 seeds)

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    ROSA GALLICA

    Rosa gallica, commonly known as the Gallica Rose, is a historical and well-recognized species within the rose family, Rosaceae. Known for its significance in horticulture and cultural history, this species has a straightforward yet enduring presence. The Gallica Rose is characterized by its deciduous shrub habit, typically reaching a height of 3 to 4 feet (0.9 to 1.2 meters). The stems are armed with thorns, and the pinnate leaves consist of several small leaflets. The flowers of Rosa gallica are notable for their simple, five-petaled structure and appear in a range of colors, including shades ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (10 seeds)

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    RUDBECKIA MAXIMA

    Rudbeckia maxima, commonly known as Giant Coneflower or Great Coneflower, is a striking perennial that commands attention with its impressive size and distinctive features. As a member of the Asteraceae family, this native wildflower of North America showcases unique characteristics that contribute to its ornamental appeal. The most prominent feature of Rudbeckia maxima is its large, dome-shaped flower heads, which can reach a diameter of 6 to 9 inches (15 to 23 cm). The golden-yellow petals surround a prominent dark central cone, creating a bold and eye-catching contrast. The sheer size an ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (20 seeds)

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    SCABIOSA ATROPURPUREA SSP MARITIMA

    Scabiosa atropurpurea ssp. maritima, commonly known as the Maritime Pincushion Flower, is a captivating flowering plant that adds a touch of elegance to gardens and landscapes. Belonging to the Dipsacaceae family, this perennial herbaceous plant is native to coastal regions, particularly thriving in maritime climates. The Maritime Pincushion Flower boasts intricate, spherical blooms that are a rich shade of deep purple, lending a regal and sophisticated air to any garden. These flowers, resembling a pincushion, are characterized by a dense cluster of tiny florets, creating a captivating vis ... Learn More

    $3.29

    (20 seeds)

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    SCABIOSA CAUCASIA 'FAMA DEEP BLUE'

    Scabiosa fama Deep Blue is a captivating perennial, renowned for its striking deep blue blooms that bring an elegant touch to the garden. With its growth pattern forming clusters of lush basal foliage, this herbaceous beauty sends up tall, wiry stems adorned with intricate, pincushion-like flowers. These deep blue blossoms grace the garden with their captivating presence from late spring well into the heart of summer, ensuring a sustained burst of vibrancy. Reaching a moderate height of 45 to 60 centimetres, Scabiosa fama Deep Blue offers a mid-sized allure, complemented by its deeply lobed, f ... Learn More

    $4.19

    (10 seeds)

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    SCABIOSA VESTITA

    Scabiosa vestita, commonly known as the Hairy Pincushion Flower, is a captivating perennial that enchants with its unique features and graceful appearance. Belonging to the Dipsacaceae family, this plant is native to regions with diverse climates, showcasing its adaptability. The Hairy Pincushion Flower is renowned for its distinctive hairy stems and leaves, which contribute to its charming and textured aesthetic. The intricate blossoms of Scabiosa vestita are a delightful blend of lavender and lilac hues, forming intricate pincushion-like flower heads. Each bloom consists of a central dome ... Learn More

    $3.16

    (15+ seeds)

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    STENOCEREUS STELLATUS AMARILLO

    This moderately-sized, columnar cactus to 4 m tall produces a candelabra-like crown, branching from the base into several slender, ridged, moderately armed, bluish green stems to 10 cm in diameter. The scented flowers open at night and are followed by round, greenish to reddish fruits with edible flesh. Stenocereus stellatus is native to central Mexico where it grows in hot, dry tropical woodlands and thornscrub between 500 and 2100 m. In cultivation it adapts well to dry tropical and warm temperate climates in USDA Zones 9 and above. In Mexico it has a long history of cultivation and is widel ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (10 seeds)

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    STIPA CAPILLATA LACE VEIL

    Stipa capillata 'Lace Veil,' commonly known as Feather Grass 'Lace Veil,' is a graceful and ornamental grass that brings a delicate, airy quality to gardens. Belonging to the Poaceae family, this perennial grass is renowned for its feathery and finely textured inflorescences. The 'Lace Veil' variety of Stipa capillata is characterized by its elegant, arching stems that bear delicate panicles resembling a cascade of feathery plumes. The inflorescences, which appear in late spring to early summer, have a subtle, golden hue that catches the sunlight, creating a luminous and ethereal effect in ... Learn More

    $3.16

    (20 seeds)

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    STRAWBERRY PEACHBERRY

    Easy to grow, Peachberry Strawberries are yet another delicious novelty fruit! This sweet and flavoursome new strawberry variant has been selectively bred for many generations until peach flavours predominate. And you may get even more new diverse flavours from some seedlings! Plants are long-lived and will multiply readily, so that you can either expand the Peachberry bed or just give some to grateful friends! ... Learn More

    $3.68

    (20 seeds)

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    STRAWBERRY STRASBERRY

    Unique, and very very hard to find, Strasberries really are a unique type of strawberry that look and taste exactly like a cross between a strawberry and raspberry. They even have seed dimples reaching deep into the berry, giving them a bumpy raspberry-like appearance. You cannot in fact cross-breed strawberries and raspberries as they are not closely enough related. However, many years ago, German plant breeder Otto Schindler did years of laborious work by selectively crossing and selecting strawberries over numerous generations to intensify the unique raspberry flavour compounds. Finally, th ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (20 seeds)

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    STRAWBERRY WHITE SNOWBALL

    Pure white sweet fruits ripen on this new variation of the more common red strawberry. Just as sweet and tasty as the ordinary red ones, they make an excellent talking point when friends eat the unexpectedly sweet "unripe" strawberry you offer them to try! Oh, and birds do not realise either, so they leave them alone here! ... Learn More

    $3.55

    (20 seeds)

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    TABEBUIA CHRYSANTHA

    Tabebuia chrysantha, is a deciduous tree known for its stunning floral display. In late winter to early spring, before the leaves emerge, the tree produces an abundance of large, trumpet-shaped flowers. These blooms are a brilliant golden-yellow, covering the tree in a vibrant blanket of color. The tree's compound leaves, palmately divided into leaflets, add to its overall tropical aesthetic. The foliage, while not the main feature, provides an attractive backdrop to the spectacular floral show. Tabebuia chrysantha can reach heights of 20 to 30 feet (6 to 9 meters) or more, creating a relative ... Learn More

    $4.19

    (20 seeds)

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