Perennial Flower Seeds

Offer available on all items: Buy 2 of the same item & get a 3rd free.
Displaying seeds 811 - 825 of 1716 in total
  1. HESPERANTHA BAURII

    Shell pink, 3cm wide, star-like flowers, open during the day, facing outwards from August into October. This lovely plant is a summer rainfall species from the Drakensberg Mountains, KwaZulu-Natal, Lesotho, and the Transvaal which is pollinated both by beetles and bees. As a high elevation species it is hardier than many of the Cape species. ... Learn More

    $3.81

  2. HESPERANTHA CUCULLATA

    In spring, as a rule, three to eight starry white flowers per spike, all with a brown or red reverse, open in late afternoon or evening, with a delicious perfume of jasmine or frangipani. The perfume persists right throughout the night until next morning. Very much resembling a dwarf "schizostylis", this rare and beautiful flower is found on sandy and shale slopes in the western Karoo and the northwest Cape from the BokkeveldPlateau to the Biedouw valley. In cultivation a sunny, free draining situation suits best. ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (20 seeds)

  3. HESPERANTHA FALCATA

    In spring, incredibly fragrant (jasmine to frangipani) white flowers, with a flush of red on the outside, open late in the afternoon or evening when they are pollinated by bees or moths. This beautiful dwarf plant is found growing in the wild on sandstone and shale slopes and coastal flats from the Northwest Cape to the Eastern Cape. ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (10 seeds)

  4. HESPERANTHA HUTTONII

    From the South African mountains comes this quite exquisite bulbous flower. Rarely seen in the wild or cultivation, it displays spikes of shell pink flowers in mid to late summer after which the long, strap-shaped leaves die away to a resting bulb underground. In a warm, well drained site, it will , if you are fortunate, self-seed, and will otherwise slowly increase naturally underground. In a pot though, it will be safe from the elements regardless of your location. ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (8 seeds)

  5. HESPERIS MATRONALIS

    The "Dame's Violet" is one of the indispensable cottage garden flowers. Very fragrant lilac mauve stock-like flowers open on tall branching stems, which are produced throughout spring and early summer. This superb, perennial perfumed flower, blooms from seed the first year. ... Learn More

    $3.42

  6. HESPERIS MATRONALIS MIX

    This fabulous mix of pink and white forms will produce flowers varying in colour from deep rich purple, through all the paler lilac shades to white. If you leave them to seed themselves they will maintain this diversity indefinitely, gradually naturalising over a large area. The fragrance is as sweet as a violet's, and most pronounced in the evening (the night-scented stock is a close relative). A perfect cottage garden plant, it is very attractive to wildlife being host to the caterpillars of several butterfly species, including the Orange tip and Small White butterfly. A gorgeous, hardy, lo ... Learn More

    $3.42

    (120+ seeds)

  7. HESPERIS MATRONALIS VARIEGATA

    "Dame's Violet", "Sweet Rocket", or "Damask Flower" has been a favourite cottage garden flower for hundreds of years. We now offer the first ever variegated seed strain of this perfumed old cottage garden favourite. ... Learn More

    $3.81

    (20 seeds)

  8. HEUCHERA CYLINDRICA 'GREENFINCH'

    This semi-evergreen, large clump-forming plant bears long arching stems bearing unusual fragrant green flowers along their length. Bone hardy, even in the coldest winters, these plants are extremely attractive to bees and butterflies. ... Learn More

    $2.90

    (1000 seeds)

  9. HEUCHERA 'EMPEROR'S CLOAK' (AMERICANA)

    Puckered, folded and pleated leaves, from beetroot red to deep purple and which appear to be transparent in the sun, produce a mound from which arise thin stems carrying fluffy white, superbly contrasting flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.42

  10. HEUCHERA 'METALLICA' (AMERICANA)

    These plants have been selected for the most attractive marbled and veined leaves. The colours and shades of mahogany, bronze, aluminium and silver are most distinctive on young spring foliage. Flower sprays in shades of pink and white. ... Learn More

    $3.42

    (150+ seeds)

  11. HEUCHERA 'PALACE PURPLE' (AMERICANA)

    One of the most popular introductions in recent years and ever-popular in both parks and gardens, a cascade of diminutive white flowers open on thin stems above solid clumps of beetroot coloured foliage. Bone hardy and long-lived, these plants are perfect whether for formal beds or edging. ... Learn More

    $3.81

  12. HIERACIUM AURANTIACUM

    Hieracium aurantiacum is also called Pilosella aurantiaca, with common names including Orange Hawkweed, Tawny Hawkweed, Devil's Paintbrush and Grim-the-collier! This favourite old cottage garden plant has brilliant coppery, orange-red flowers with black tips (hence its name) which appear on short stems for a long period in spring and summer. It will run slowly and is perfect for a wild garden or a rockery. ... Learn More

    $3.03

    (60+ seeds)

  13. HIERACIUM 'CHOCOLATE DIP'

    In early spring prostrate rosettes of pointed, radiating leaves appear to have been quickly dipped in chocolate. Yellow flowers later are a bonus. This amazing form of Hieracium maculatum will certainly be included in many designer gardens in the future. ... Learn More

    $2.90

    (200+ seeds)

  14. HIERACIUM LANATUM

    Very large, bright yellow daisies open on branching stems in early summer over prostrate clumps of broad, woolly, velvety, grey leaves which tempt you to stroke them. One of the very few 'choice' hawk weeds and what a little beauty! It occasionally self seeds but isn't a problem, and it does perfectly well in the poorest soil as it is found naturally in rocky high places in the Alps in France, Switzerland, and Italy. ... Learn More

    $3.42

  15. HIERACIUM VILLOSUM

    This is one of the very few dandelion relatives you should ever let in to your garden but it should be encouraged as it is a little gem. Frilly yellow flowers on dividing stems arise above attractive clumps of large, floppy, hairy leaves resembling rabbits ears. ... Learn More

    $2.90

  • Easy ordering & Global delivery
  • Need Help? Email or +44 (0)1803 872939
  • Satisfaction Guarantee
  • Buy 2 of the same item Get a 3rd Free