Perennial Flower Seeds

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    This attractive flamboyant wild flower produces flowers consisting of five vivid-pink petals marked with dark stripes. on repeatedly dividing hairy stems. It is a lovely, trouble-free plant to naturalise, or for a wild garden or even a dry bank where it will positively thrive. As with many wild food plants, the common mallow has also had a long history of medicinal use. Due to its high mucilage content, mallows make excellent soothing demulcent herbs, especially for cases of inflammation, either for the urinary, digestive or respiratory systems. ... Learn More


    (50 seeds)

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    Malva sylvestris ssp. mauritanica, commonly known as Mauritanian Mallow or Musk Mallow, is a charming herbaceous perennial that graces gardens with its delicate blooms and attractive foliage. As a member of the Malvaceae family, this subspecies of Common Mallow showcases distinctive features that contribute to its ornamental appeal. The lush and deeply lobed leaves of Mauritanian Mallow form a verdant basal rosette, providing an attractive foundation for the plant. The foliage, velvety to the touch, adds a tactile element to the garden and enhances the overall visual interest. The leaves ar ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)


    Greenish-yellow flowers open from a central bud which lies at the centre of the two diametrically opposite, broad, fleshy, leathery leaves. The pollen has a yeasty odour along with a sugary, jelly-like nectar, and in the wild this is to attract the pollinating rodents, including gerbils, which pick up pollen as they feast! This unusual species, native to dry area of the South African Cape and Namaqualand, has anthers which are longer than on other species in the Cape. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)


    Broad leaves lie flat on the ground, with their upper surfaces covered all over with little threads which are tightly packed so that they look like velvet. In between each leaf pair is a tightly compressed wispy tuft of white to cream coloured flowers, like a little shaving brush. Being dwarf, this plant is ideal for pot cultivation as it naturally makes small bulbs. Most species are winter growers and bloom early so need to be started into growth in late summer, early autumn. They are easily grown from seed, making long-lived pot plants, each year increasing in size. It is local in the Sou ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)


    This lovely, semi-woody plant can be grown as either an annual or a perennial, being in flower from May to July. The fragrant pink or white flowers which give a good summer display are most attractive to bees and butterflies. ... Learn More


    (50+ seeds)


    This rare British native plant hold sprays of beautiful, fragrant, lavender-pink flowers from early summer onwards. Grey-green, flowering stems arise from an impressive rosette of grey, scallop-edged leaves. Grown in sand or well-drained soil this will make an impressive, 'fool-the-expert' specimen! It is also found in Spain, Turkey, and north-western Africa on rocky, sandy coasts. ... Learn More



    This plant can vary in colour from pink to blue, with our plants being predominantly pink. Few good seeds are ever collected here at low level as it prefers the lofty Himalayan peaks where it sets seeds reliably and romps about happily. One of the rarer thorny species of the genus Meconopsis, it has a small geographical distribution restricted to specific areas of Pakistan and India in the west Himalayas. The species was originally described from specimens collected by Royle in 1833. Sadly, the species is highly valued as a medicinal plant, with the resulting demand for the plant placing pres ... Learn More


    (12 seeds)


    The fabulous "Himalayan Blue Poppy" forms clumps of hairy leaves from which arise strong stems carrying heads of silky, kingfisher-blue, almost transparent petals, with golden eyes. This is indisputably one of the most beautiful garden plants and in good rich moist soil makes a hardy, perennial, slowly-improving clump. ... Learn More


    (20+ seeds)


    Pure white silky petals surround a boss of golden stamens on this rarely-seen form of the "Himalayan Blue Poppy". It makes an outstanding picture in a shady damp corner, hopefully growing in rich, moist, organic soil. This seed may very occasionally produce the odd plant with blue petals ... Learn More


    (20+ seeds)

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    A stunning completely new form of Meconopsis baileyii, the "Himalayan Poppy". A substantial number of sky blue flowers on very short stems, cluster tightly around the tops of the main stems, rather resembling a giant blue kniphofia or 'red-hot poker' flower, which needs to be seen to be believed. By comparison, the common form of the plant produces just a few flowers, on long stems atop the main stems. Inevitably, some plants may revert to the normal form. ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)


    Bright violet-purple flowers, with the merest hint of red adorn this quite exquisite variant of the "Himalayan Blue Poppy". Coming quite true from seed, it surprises countless poppy-lovers who have never before seen this unusual plant. This strain of seed actually originated from Hensol Castle where Lady Henderson discovered it. ... Learn More


    (40+ seeds)


    This is indisputably one of the rarest and most gorgeous of the paler colour variants of this fabulous flower. Bright pink flowers stand out vividly from amongst the more usual blue forms. From vigorous, compact clumps of hairy leaves arise strong stems carrying heads of silky, brightest pink, almost transparent petals with golden eyes. This is an impressive variation of one of the most beautiful hardy garden plants you can grow, and in good rich, moist, preferably shady soil, can with care produce a perennial, slowly-improving clump. Occasional seedlings may revert to blue but these can be t ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)


    This selection includes both pale blue and violet shades of the famous "Himalayan Blue Poppy" as well as the normal kingfisher blue. It forms clumps of hairy leaves from which arise strong stems carrying heads of silky, almost transparent petals with golden eyes, and is one of the most beautiful garden plants you can grow. ... Learn More


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    This lovely new cultivar is quite distinctly different from normal M. baileyi and Hensol Violet plants, young specimens being much more diminutive in stature, producing multi-crowned heads of clustered flowers, an unusual feature in this family. In addition the leaves are noticeably smaller, with plants being much more perennial than the more commonly encountered forms. This quite unique new form was discovered, predictably, by a lady named Sue. ... Learn More



    It has taken years, but we've finally separated out the very desirable doubled yellow forms of this lovely plant. Fat heavy flowers which open all summer long, will self-seed very gently if you are lucky, but which will not self-seed wildly like the single yellow form. ... Learn More


    (25 seeds)

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