Perennial Flower Seeds

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  1. BUPLEURUM LONGIFOLIUM

    In summer it bears long-stalked heads of lacy, divided, buff-yellow, almost astrantia-like heads which we are sure flower arrangers will find a use for. Superb in a hot garden where it also makes an ideal cut or dried flower. ... Learn More

    $3.29

  2. BUPLEURUM LOPHOCARPUM

    Obtained from a fanatical grower of these lovely umbellifers, this extremely rare plant, with compact heads of yellow-brown flowers, is found in the wild apparently only in the mountainous region of the Turkish Taurus mountains in the region of of the Cilician Gate! In case you are curious, the Cilician Gates (or Gülek Pass) a pass through the Taurus Mountains, connects the low plains of Cilicia to the Anatolian Plateau, through the narrow gorge of the Gökoluk River, climbing to over 1000m. We have no pictures other than of the remarkably unusual and attractive seeds, which do not resemble in the slightest those of any other bupleurum we have ever seen. Very few seeds. ... Learn More

    $5.33

    (20 seeds)

  3. BUPLEURUM ROTUNDIFOLIUM

    This lovely plant is a rare UK native wild flower, bearing perfoliate leaves (speared around the stem like a kebab), and large showy umbels of tiny yellowish-green flowers surrounded by attractive, pointed, bright green bracts. ... Learn More

    $2.98

    (20 seeds)

  4. CACALIOPSIS NARDOSMIA GLABRATA

    Golden orange-yellow, ray-less flower heads with spiky anthers, radiate out in a narrow cluster atop stout stems growing from a clump of basal leaves which are hairy and woolly especially on the undersides. This is the only species in the genus Cacaliopsis, although it is sometimes included in Luina, a small genus of western North America. These shade-loving plants are often found in oak or pine forests or meadows. ... Learn More

    $3.29

    (10 seeds)

  5. CALAMINTHA CLINOPODIUM

    This lovely dwarf catmint forms a low cushion of hairy fragrant leaves, above which, from July until September, arise short spikes carrying globular clusters of bright pink flowers, rather like a candelabra. This is possibly the last of the catmints to be in flower. Wild Basil has mauve coloured flowers unlike Garden Basil which has white flowers. ... Learn More

    $2.54

  6. CALAMINTHA GRANDIFLORA

    This very valuable, fragrant-leaved plant is equally at home in the front-of-border or herb garden, being smothered with comparatively large pink flowers all summer long. ... Learn More

    $2.42

  7. CALANDRINIA DISCOLOR

    Found in the Atacama desert in Chile, this astonishing lewisia relative forms strong wide mounds of silver-grey, branching fleshy leaves, its long stems being topped by a constant succession of sizeable cerise-pink flowers with bright orange stamens. Although a perennial in its desert home it is usually grown as a very fast-growing annual in this country. ... Learn More

    $3.29

  8. CALANDRINIA GRANDIFLORA

    Appropriately named plants!! Out of large blue-green rubbery rosettes spring many sprays holding exceptionally lovely silky purple-pink large flowers. They have a long flowering season and with luck will self-seed on a scree. These delightful flowers are related to the North American lewisias, but come from Chile in South America. ... Learn More

    $3.04

  9. CALANDRINIA RANUNCULINA

    From tufts of narrow, fleshy, gray-green leaves arise green-eyed, bright yellow, starry flowers in summer. It prefers to be grown in full sun in sharply drained soil where with some protection from winter wet it is bone hardy. This rare and diminutive lewisia relative comes from the wilds of Patagonia ... Learn More

    $3.66

  10. CALCEOLARIA ANDINA

    Growing amongst dry rocks and scree in the high Andes of Chile and Argentina at between 800-2700m, this lovely sub-shrubby alpine makes compact rosettes of leathery, hairy leaves and several thin, branching stems carrying delicate, deep yellow to orange pouches. ... Learn More

    $3.53

  11. CALCEOLARIA BICOLOR 'GOLDCREST'

    A lovely border plant with masses of gaping-mouthed, inflated yellow pouch flowers above a compact clump of fleshy leaves. This ideal front of border plant will be soundly perennial in a well drained position. ... Learn More

    $3.29

  12. CALCEOLARIA BIFLORA

    Native to Chile and Argentina, this lovely alpine forms low, compact rosettes of hairy leaves from which arise wiry stems each bearing a pair of inflated golden pouch flowers marked with tiny red spots. It performs well in moist but well-drained soil, especially a rock garden alpine trough, or gravel scree. ... Learn More

    $3.29

  13. 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

    $3.04

  14. 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

    $4.77

  15. 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

    $3.53

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