Perennial Flower Seeds

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  1. GALTONIA CANDICANS

    A super value packet of this giant, hardy South African lily. In early summer opens large drooping fragrant white bells atop stout stately stems. Much resembles a giant snowdrop. ... Learn More

    $2.50

    (40 seeds)

  2. GALTONIA PRINCEPS

    Strong, erect stems carry palest lime-green waxy bells, earlier than Galtonia candicans, above handsome, broad, grey-green, strap-shaped leaves. This is an ideal plant for any freely drained soil in full sun. ... Learn More

    $2.88

    (20 seeds)

  3. GALTONIA REGALIS

    If you love green flowers this is one of your best bets! This giant has numerous fragrant, pendent, flared-open green bells, on thick, strong stems. It will spread both by bulb division and also self-seeding if you are lucky providing viewers with an unforgettable sight. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  4. GALTONIA VIRIDIFLORA

    This superb, fragrant lily relative has strap-shaped leaves from which arise strong upright stems holding racemes of pale-green, nodding, bell-shaped flowers with waxy petals in that most sought after colour amongst flowers - pure apple green. ... Learn More

    $2.88

    (20 seeds)

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    GAURA LINDHEIMERI MIX

    Gaura lindheimeri, commonly known as butterfly bush or wandflower, is a perennial flowering plant native to North America. The plant is valued for its graceful, arching stems and delicate, butterfly-like flowers. Gaura lindheimeri is available in various cultivars, and a mix may refer to a combination of different cultivars or varieties. The individual flowers have four petals and come in various colours, including shades of pink, white, and bi-color combinations. The flowers are usually arranged on long, slender spikes, during its long blooming period, often starting in late spring or early s ... Learn More

    $2.50

    (60+ seeds)

  6. GENTIANA ACAULIS

    Seed saved from the darkest blue form we have ever grown, these flowers bear large upward-facing, almost midnight blue trumpets with a piercingly contrasting white throat. Makes a slowly spreading carpet which will be quite permanent as long as it is occasionally divided in late winter. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  7. GENTIANA ANGUSTIFOLIA

    This is certainly the easiest growing member of the gentiana acaulis group, doing well in ordinary rich garden soils, tolerating lime easily, and in time forming large mats. The very large and magnificent deep blue trumpets are freely borne in May and June to the delight of our garden visitors. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  8. GENTIANA ASCLEPIADEA

    The "Willow Gentian" is one of the few plants that really does improve with time. Hundreds of upturned deep blue trumpets on arching stems through summer and into late autumn. The easiest, longest lived, latest flowering and most rewarding of the taller gentians. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  9. GENTIANA ASCLEPIADEA ALBA

    This is the rare, green-throated white form of this lovely, totally hardy, late flowering plant which will improve in size over the years. ... Learn More

    $3.01

  10. GENTIANA ASCLEPIADEA NANA

    Brilliant blue flowers open in large floppy clusters at the end of arching stems bearing willow-like leaves like its larger near namesake. This rarely-seen dwarf form is native to mountain meadows in Europe and western Asia, and is easy to grow in most garden situations as long as it has plenty of organic material added to the soil as it likes moist, rich, well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  11. GENTIANA ASCLEPIADEA 'PINK CASCADE'

    This is the rare and very beautiful pink form of this late summer flower, with heavy, arching sprays of very late trumpet-shaped flowers appearing from July to October. It is an incredibly long-lived and totally trouble-free plant that everyone should grow, although it takes 2 or 3 years to really make an impressive sight, but is well worth the wait! ... Learn More

    $3.78

  12. GENTIANA CACHEMIRICA

    In earliest spring, from a small, solid crown of buds, erupt twenty or so short, springy stems bearing pointed leaves, and bearing at their ends small bunches of dumpy blue bells. In good gritty organic soil this will improve over the years. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  13. GENTIANA CLUSII

    This is a large-flowered, short-stemmed gentian, very similar to G. acaulis, the two species differing on G. clusii in the absence of green stripes inside the corolla, and also by the shape of the corners between the petals which are more pointed. In addition, G. clusii prefers limestone areas whereas G. acaulis is usually found over silicaceous rocks. It grows mainly in the Pyrenees, Alps, Apennines, and the Carpathians. ... Learn More

    $5.06

    (12 seeds)

  14. GENTIANA CRUCIATA

    Plants form a low, bushy clump of large dark green leaves, bearing four-petalled, bright blue flowers that are held along arching stems, in late summer. These can make ideal edging plants for the border or woodland where they prefer a moist soil. Clumps may be easily divided in early spring and although many gentians are somewhat fussy plants, this species is so foolproof that any gardener will succeed with it. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  15. GENTIANA DAHURICA

    Tubular, deep purplish-blue tubular flowers with whitish throats open on low leafy foliage, very late in the year in August. This very easy-to-grow gentian works wonderfully well when tucked into crevices in stonewalls or nestled amongst other plants in the garden as it spreads wider than it is tall. ... Learn More

    $3.78

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