Perennial Flower Seeds

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    A long-lived attractive tuberous plant with striking, cobra head-like flowers amidst long-stemmed deeply divided leaves. Later appear the large heads of bright red berries which persist throughout the winter being especially attractive when it snows. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)


    This exciting Himalayan arum relative has most impressive, deeply-cut, hand-like leaves, from which arise the fascinating 'flowers'. A floppy yellow hood-like spathe protects the purple waxy spadix. Very long-lived and bulks up by division of the corms. ... Learn More


    (8 seeds)


    The compact variety of this lovely shade-loving plant opens its flowers in early summer on erect stems bearing most attractive, bright yellow spathes with brown throats, these are yellowish green on the outside and faintly-striped. The two palmate divided leaves are ovate to lance-shaped. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)


    The "Whipcord Cobra Lily" has a distinctive green whip-like spadix, which is of a considerable length and points skywards. It arises from the mouth of its "jack-in the-pulpit" flower, which flares at the mouth to reveal the pale green, white-striped, interior. This is one of the best in the genus, being also the largest, sometimes growing to more than 6 feet! The blooms appear later in the year than many other varieties, thus prolonging the season of interest, the initially green clustered fruits finally ripening to red. ... Learn More


    (8 seeds)


    This favourite of children is best known for its spring to early summer display of hooded, green spathes which are attractively striped with purple. It is actually a tuberous perennial producing one or two insignificant leaves, each divided into three narrow leaflets. Finally, autumn brings clusters of densely packed, showy red berries. ... Learn More


    (6 seeds)


    A fantastic iris relative from southern africa that produces spires of deep violet blue flowers, above clumps of sword shaped leaves. prefering full sun and a free draining position this plant will quickly produce a large architectural display in a border or large container. ... Learn More


    (50 seeds)


    The mountains of South Africa are home to this unusual, bright showy plant which looks like a cross between a giant sisyrinchium and an iris. Sprays of the deepest cobalt blue stars arise from compact iris-like leaves. Long-lived in a well-drained sheltered spot. ... Learn More



    The "Thrift" or " Sea Pink" is too well known to need much description other than saying it is one of the most perfect, perennial, hardy rockery or border-edge plants. Tufts of tiny leaves form the base for long stems bearing pink fragrant flowers which appear over an extremely long period in spring and summer. ... Learn More



    These elegant flowers, related to the arum lily usually produce upright flowering spathes in white, yellow, green or shades of purple, which appear on strong stems in spring. In summer and autumn, bright berries on some often provide colour until the first frost. This wide selection includes arisaemas, arums and zantedeschias. ... Learn More



    Low growing grassy native which is a mass of small white flowers in spring & summer. Ideal for well drained, sunny conditions. Excellent for coastal areas & mass plantings. Hardy to most soils & climates. Protect from heavy frost. 25cm x 20cm. Arthropodium candidum 'Rubrum' (Dwarf Rock Lily) - An easily grown bulbous perennial from New Zealand with 8 inch tall thin grass-like fleshy leaves that are bronze spotted-brown above and a grey-green below. Plants multiply rapidly from small white bulbs and through reseeding to form dense clumps. In summer months appear starry white flowers on wiry-stemmed loose panicles to about 1 foot tall that often repeat if older flower stalks are removed. The flowers are followed by the fruit containing black seed that germinates easily. Plant in full coastal sun to light or part shade in a well-drained soil or pot and water regularly. This plant is semi-deciduous in the winter and is quite hardy (To USDA zone 8). This bronze leaf plant is a naturally occurring form of Arthropodium candidum that was collected at Rough Peaks near Lake Wakatipu in the southern South Island of New Zealand and while the flora of New Zealand does not list it as a separate variety it has been designated in horticulture with the cultivar or varietal names 'Rubrum', 'Maculatum', 'Purpureum', A. candidum var. maculatum, A. candidum var. rubum and A. candidum 'Maculatum'. this is a form of the rengarenga lily but in miniature. It has lovely bronze speckled leaves and tiny white flowers. Grows about 15-20cm high. Has small tubers. so quite easy to divide, and the reference book I have says it dies down in winter and resprouts in spring, but i found that my plants kept their leaves all winter. These plants are now in full flower, and nice and bushy. They look lovely. Star lily, bronze-leaved form. Small and special, this is a deciduous clump-former happy both in the rock garden and as the understorey in light, dry shade. Starry, white flowers on wiry stems dance all summer above grassy leaves that are bronze speckled with chocolate on top and grey-green underneath. Native to New Zealand. Our plants descend from wild seeds. Hei ... Learn More


    (60+ seeds)


    This attractive lily has flower stalks which can be more than two feet in length, bearing many white six-petalled flowers, in groups of two or three, each about 2 cm across. The stamens are tricoloured - purple and white, with yellow at the curled end. The rhizomes are edible, and were used as food by the Maori people of old. ... Learn More



    Another multi-talented performer. The prettiest foliage of all aroids, arrow-shaped waxy looking leaves marbled and veined in cream and grey, are produced in winter and are much sought after by flower arrangers. In spring cream and purplish spathes ("flowers"), give way to a stunning display of large orange berries (July-Sept.) on stout stems, the effect accentuated, as all foliage has by now disappeared. ... Learn More



    An enormous spathe of deep rich purple-black surrounds a spadix of almost jet black. Large, polished, deep-green leaves lay below, and in addition, this plant allegedly does not have the bad smell associated with this group. Discovered as recently as 1987, this new and very rare species is one of the most attractive of all Arums and is found only in a small area of South West Crete. Very few good seeds collected. ... Learn More


    (4 seeds)


    In June, low clumps of fresh green leaves as finely cut as parsley, support a forest of wiry flower stems carrying tiny astilbe-like heads of small creamy-white flowers. By September they are still attractive, with barren heads tinted a light chestnut, while seed-bearing heads are dark, shining brown with foliage developing pink and reddish autumn tints. ... Learn More



    A handsome hummock forming perennial with finely cut foliage, bearing striking, branching plumes of creamy white flowers in midsummer. ... Learn More


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