Perennial Flower Seeds

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  1. CALCEOLARIA FALKLANDICA

    Inflated, pendent pouches, speckled red inside, hand from dividing thin stems, which arise from rosettes of pointed leaves, an unusual feature for this genus. Calceolaria falklandica is native not only to the Falklands but also to the Andes Mountains of Chile down to Patagonia. The genus name means "small shoe." ... Learn More

    $2.67

  2. CALCEOLARIA FILICAULIS

    Probably new to cultivation, this lovely Chilean species will thrive best in a moist, shady corner, maybe in a deep pot or even a shady bed, as in the wild it inhabits wet stream edges and damp ravines. The broad leaves open into basal rosettes of emerald green, from which arise long thin stems topped with lemon-yellow balloon-like blooms. It blooms very quickly from seed and can even be grown as an annual. ... Learn More

    $4.20

  3. CALCEOLARIA 'JOHN INNES'

    Superb in a rock garden, this true-seeding, ground-hugging, hybrid plant (C. plantaginea x C. polyrrhiza) is highly sought by collectors of rock garden plants. The bright yellow flowers are large in size, with purple spots on the pouch. It has no woody stems and being a hybrid of two species that are native to very cold parts of South America, can thus take severe cold. ... Learn More

    $3.11

  4. CALCEOLARIA MEXICANA 'GOLD PURSE'

    This very rapid-growing plant is ideal for a burst of colour when all else has failed. A sturdy mass of thin branches carries thousands of small, bright yellow pouches. It absolutely thrives in a hot Mexican-like spot! ... Learn More

    $2.23

  5. CALENDULA OFFICINALIS

    This is the true wild form of this lovely, ancient cottage garden flower. A fast growing annual or biennial, it has aromatic leaves and heads of vivid-orange daisy-like flowers which are borne in long and seemingly everlasting succession in the summer and autumn until the first hard frosts. The daisy-like flowers are excellent for cutting and can also be added to salads as an edible flower. They can even be used as a substitute for saffron when colouring rice dishes, and also can be made into tea. Finally, they are very bee-friendly! ... Learn More

    $2.13

    (25 seeds)

  6. CALTHA PALUSTRIS ALBA

    This is the very rare, white flowered form of our normally yellow native marsh marigold, which luxuriates in damp boggy soil or even as a marginal plant in a pond, but will also do well in ordinary, moist garden soil. Its golden-eyed, ivory-white blooms open in spring just before the glossy leaves are fully unfurled. A second flush of bloom is very often produced in early autumn. ... Learn More

    $3.22

    (20 seeds)

  7. CAMASSIA LEICHTLINII

    Imagine an enormous, strong-stemmed, fragrant bluebell with dense, erect spikes of six-petalled, star-shaped violet flowers. This large, bone-hardy, reliably perennial lily relative, flowers in early summer with the very occasional plant giving pure white, green-eyed flowers. ... Learn More

    $2.78

  8. CAMASSIA LEICHTLINII ALBA

    The pure white form of the more commonly seen blue one resembles an absolutely giant, fragrant bluebell. A large, bone-hardy, reliably perennial lily relative, it has dense, erect spikes of six-petalled, star-shaped white flowers. An easy and valuable hardy treasure. ... Learn More

    $2.56

    (20 seeds)

  9. CAMASSIA LEICHTLINII CREAM

    This is a cream form of the more commonly seen blue one. Resembling an absolutely giant, fragrant bluebell, it has dense, erect spikes of six-petalled, star-shaped cream flowers. A large, bone-hardy, reliably perennial lily relative. ... Learn More

    $2.23

    (25 seeds)

  10. CAMASSIA LEICHTLINII SACAJAWEA

    Sacajawea is a variegated-leaf-edged form of C.leichlinii alba, the name honouring a native American Indian woman who acted as an interpreter to the explorers Lewis and Clark. Their expedition crossed America east to west (and back, for the first time) in 1805. They found "quamash " bulbs to eat once they had crossed the Rocky Mountains, but we positively DO NOT recommend doing this now. These seeds may produce variable seedlings. ... Learn More

    $2.56

    (20+ seeds)

  11. CAMASSIA LEICHTLINII SSP LEICHTLINII WHITE

    In early spring this bulbous perennial pushes up narrow leaves, glaucous above, and tall, strong, bare stems carrying spires of creamy starry flowers which take up little space among other rounded plants or shrubs. It seeds freely making glorious swathes in time. ... Learn More

    $3.11

  12. CAMASSIA LEICHTLINII SSP SUKSDORFII

    This superb variety produces sizeable clumps of narrow strap-like leaves from which arise imposing, many-flowered spikes of star-shaped, rich violet-blue blooms. In rich, well-drained soil these valuable plants will slowly self-seed making huge drifts of flowers to impress all who see them. ... Learn More

    $2.67

    (20 seeds)

  13. CAMASSIA QUAMASH

    Tall bold flowers, vivid blue will naturalise in grass and are even happy in moist ground. One of the most tolerant and long-lived bulbs you can grow, Quamash refers to the plant's bulbs which were harvested and pit-roasted or boiled by women of the Nez Perce, Cree, and Blackfoot tribes. It also provided a valuable food source for the members of the Lewis and Clark expedition. ... Learn More

    $2.78

    (30 seeds)

  14. CAMASSIA STARBURST MIX

    A generous mix of all the forms of Camassia we grow on our trial grounds. Habits and heights will vary, with colours being between white and all shades of blue. The bulbs produced will slowly multiply making huge clumps over the years! ... Learn More

    $3.00

    (40+ seeds)

  15. CAMPANULA ALLIARIFOLIA

    From a clump of hairy, heart-shaped leaves arise many thin stems from the whole length of which, dangle shapely cream bells. "A picture of poise and beauty". (G.S.T.) ... Learn More

    $2.56

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