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    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


    (20 seeds)

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    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


    (10 seeds)

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    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


    (15+ seeds)

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    This rarely encountered, fast-growing, vigorous, evergreen climbing shrub is closely related to the equally attractive holboellia. The very sweetly perfumed male and female flowers open in racemes of three to seven flowers. White tinged with mauve or violet, both male and female flower clusters look very similar, but female clusters will, if fertilised, produce walnut-sized sweet purple fruits. In Japan and Korea, where this plant grows in the wild, the fruits are regarded as a delicacy! We recommend doing further research before you try! ... Learn More


    (6 seeds)

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    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


    (10 seeds)

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    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


    (20 seeds)

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    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


    (20 seeds)

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    Cyphomandra betacea, commonly known as Tamarillo or Tamarillo White Egg, belongs to the Solanaceae family. This compact fruiting plant is recognized for its manageable size, typically reaching heights of 3 to 4 feet (90 to 120 cm), making it suitable for both garden and container cultivation. The Solanaceae family affiliation indicates its botanical features. The White Egg's fruit is distinctive, resembling a white egg in both shape and size. This cultivar is a practical choice for those seeking a compact and visually appealing addition to their garden or container planting. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    Above the fragrant leaves of this ancient, and prennial form of the ancient herb and cottage-garden flower, open attractive pom-pom daisies. They have long been used herbally to treat migraines and headaches. ... Learn More


    (120+ seeds)

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    Taraxacum officinale, commonly known as dandelion, is a well-known perennial plant belonging to the Asteraceae family. Dandelion is characterized by a basal rosette of deeply lobed leaves. The plant produces distinctive yellow flowers, each consisting of numerous tiny ray florets. The flower heads are borne on hollow stems that rise above the foliage. After flowering, dandelions form the iconic spherical seed head known as a "dandelion clock" or "parachute ball." Each seed is attached to a feathery pappus, allowing it to be carried by the wind. Dandelions typically bloom in spring and early su ... Learn More


    (400 seeds)

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    Thalictrum flavum 'Tukker Princess,' commonly known as Yellow Meadow Rue, is a graceful and elegant perennial that adds a touch of airy sophistication to garden landscapes. As a member of the Ranunculaceae family, this cultivar of Meadow Rue is characterized by its feathery foliage and clusters of delicate, yellow flowers. The finely divided, fern-like leaves of 'Tukker Princess' create a soft and lacy texture, forming an attractive mound. The foliage, which emerges in a fresh green hue, contributes to the plant's overall light and ethereal appearance. The delicate leaves sway gently in the ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    This is one of the heaviest-cropping varieties we have ever trialled, bearing heavy trusses of uncountable, unique, deepest pink cherry tomatoes with just a hint of purple. The pendulous bunches of fruits have strong flavours of other summer fruits, making it one of the varieties that staff here just could not resist, the plants nearest the walkways being suspiciously devoid of fruits.... High levels of sugar and not too much acidity make it a really strong tasting tomato, which thrives both indoors and in an outdoor sheltered position. Indeterminate (cordon) ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    Tulipa batalinii, commonly known as the Batalin tulip, graces gardens with its vibrant presence during the spring season. A member of the Liliaceae family, this tulip variety distinguishes itself with its unique blooms, adding a burst of color to the garden. Floral Elegance: The Batalin tulip boasts blooms with petals which unfold in a symphony of hues, ranging from warm yellows to striking oranges. This tulip variety brings a sense of freshness and vitality to the garden, making it a captivating choice for springtime displays. Tulipa batalinii showcases a graceful growth habit, typical ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    This amazing, quite recent introduction is a hardy raspberry/loganberry cross that looks rather like a huge raspberry in appearance and has one of the longest picking windows of any of the recent hybrids. The superb, strong, fruity flavour is similar to that of the renowned loganberry and they are particularly hardy, cropping from early July until the end of August. If possible they are best grown strung along wires to get maximum cropping potential, which can be very heavy. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    Uncinia rubra commonly known as Hook Sedge, is a striking ornamental grass with unique characteristics. This cultivar belongs to the Cyperaceae family and originates from New Zealand, where it is found naturally in wetlands and along stream margins. The 'Everflame' variety of Uncinia rubra is celebrated for its vibrant foliage, which undergoes a captivating transformation throughout the seasons. The plant's arching, copper-colored leaves emerge with fiery red tips, creating a flame-like effect that inspired its cultivar name. As the seasons progress, the foliage maintains its warm tones, pr ... Learn More


    (30+ seeds)

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