Perennial Flower Seeds

Displaying seeds 1036 - 1050 of 1932 in total
  1. JASIONE LAEVIS

    Although it is actually a member of the "bellflower" family, this unusual flower resembles a Scabious or Pincushion Flower. It forms a low mound of grey-green leaves, bearing balls of violet-blue flowers for weeks on end and is excellent in a rock garden, especially combined with Heaths and Heathers, but also suitable for a border or edging a pathway. ... Learn More

    $3.23

  2. JASIONE LAEVIS BLAULICHT

    An unusually striking, hardy perennial with exceptionally bright blue spiky flowers, the protruding stamens making the flowers very noticeable, and decorative and bright into late September! The rosettes of narrowly-oblong leaves look like moss mounds, and are evergreen making this plant perfect for open spots without much shade, such as in a rockery or amongst grasses. Although it superficially looks like a scabious, it is no relation, as it is in the bellflower family! ... Learn More

    $3.23

  3. JASIONE MONTANA

    Although this lovely British native plant is called a "scabious" it is in fact not at all related, but is in the campanula family as a close inspection of the flower will confirm. In the wild it grows on heaths and moors, often at high elevations, also in rocky districts, coastal cliffs and quarries, doing well in very poor soil. In cultivation it excels though, good soil permitting it to grow in all dimensions. ... Learn More

    $3.05

  4. JEFFERSONIA DIPHYLLA

    Jeffersonia has showy white flowers with eight petals, the delicate flowers resembling "Bloodroot" and appearing in April or May before producing fruit which is a green pear-shaped capsule with a hinged top. Native to eastern Asia and eastern North America these uncommon spring flowers were named for United States President Thomas Jefferson. It is protected by state laws as a threatened or endangered plant in Georgia, Iowa, New York, and New Jersey. The characteristic leaves are large and nearly divided in half, giving rise to its common name, twinleaf. As with many other deciduous forest plants, the seeds are dispersed by ants, a process known as myrmecochory. I bet you can't remember that tomorrow! ... Learn More

    $3.48

    (8 seeds)

  5. JUNCUS EFFUSUS

    This robust, rapid-growing plant produces dense clumps of erect, blue-green, needle-like leaves topped with trusses of reddish flowers. Perfect around a pond or in a large container, it survives whether wet or dry. ... Learn More

    $1.95

  6. JUNCUS ENSIFOLIUS

    A charismatic and unusual dwarf 'Rush' producing bright green clumps of iris-like foliage, which produce truly impressive dark brown, almost black seed heads perched on the top of each leaf, which with a little imagination could be a swarm of flying hedgehogs! It is astonishingly adaptable, perfect for planting in shallow water at a pond's edge, but thriving in damp or wet soil, and even putting up a brave display in ordinary moist garden soil, where it will provide interest all summer long. ... Learn More

    $2.87

    (30+ seeds)

  7. JUNCUS PINCEI

    An absolutely new and unique plant to the garden scene. Sharp, blue- green needles, with unusually large, attractive tassels of brown seed capsules near their ends, radiate from a central clump. Making quite a stunning hardy, trouble-free specimen in the garden, it is also perfect in a container, or even as a house-plant. ... Learn More

    $3.11

  8. KIRENGESHOMA PALMATA

    Arching stems clad in angled opposite leaves terminate in sprays of gorgeous, yellow, crystalline, two inch shuttlecock flowers. Grown well, this is a certain crowd-puller as it springs from the ground each spring before making an amazing display late in the year from August until October. Carol Klein says it is a "Once-seen-never-forgotten plant". And Graham Stuart Thomas also describes it thus: "There is nothing like it, a unique plant of great beauty". (RHS AGM) ... Learn More

    $3.60

    (15+ seeds)

  9. KIWI FRUIT. ACTINIDIA CHINENSIS DELICIOSA

    This vigorous climbing vine with large exotic-looking leaves is easily grown to produce hundreds of sweet fruits, or even as a screen to cover a dead tree, the new shoots produced each summer growing 10 to 15 feet or more. For a start grow several plants together, because plants are either male or female and only the females produce the fruit! It makes obvious economic sense to remove all but one male (think of a cockerel!) plant once the sex is confirmed. Stems should be cut back during the winter months, and the rooting area mulched with manure ensuring a yearly abundance of fruit. ... Learn More

    $3.05

    (25 seeds)

  10. KNIPHOFIA CAULESCENS

    In September, later than all other pokers, arise massive heads of red, later changing to greenish-lemon, above very broad grey leaves and elephant-trunk-like stems. "Very valuable and perhaps the only truly hardy large poker" (G.S.T.) ... Learn More

    $2.93

  11. KNIPHOFIA CITRINA

    With a similar habit to Kniphofia caulescens, this little treasure has lighter, almost lime green foliage which is elongated and slender. Flower heads are lemon in colour with a hint of orange on new petals, hence the name 'Citrina'. Flowers last for a long period of time from Spring through into Summer. Kniphofia in general are hardier than they look, plants in our gardens have withstood temperatures down to -5 or -10. In summer they drink water freely and are not harmed by over watering. ... Learn More

    $3.11

    (25+ seeds)

  12. New

    KNIPHOFIA CROWN HYBRIDS

    An early flowering, popular perennial with large, sword-like, grey-green leaf blades and bright red, orange and yellow blooms of 30 45cm (12-18"). These showy flowers are perfect in the front of a shrub border, in the back of flower gardens, or lining a long driveway. A great cut flower. They tolerate wind and prefer moist soil. ... Learn More

    $2.99

    (50+ seeds)

  13. KNIPHOFIA MACOWANII

    A fine sturdy new addition to our collection of pokers producing fleshy leaved clumps with numerous strong stems holding fat flower heads, deepest orange at the top brightening to pale yellow at the base. ... Learn More

    $3.11

    (20 seeds)

  14. KNIPHOFIA MIXED SPECIES

    A colourful selection of red, yellow, green and bicolored "pokers" of all sizes from our African garden. Includes Kniphofia brachystachya, northiae, rooperi, triangularis and uvaria. ... Learn More

    $3.23

    (70+ seeds)

  15. KNIPHOFIA NORTHIAE

    Probably the most impressive of all red-hot-pokers. Massive, wide, heavy leaves make a solid, agave-like rosette from which arise very thick stemmed flower-spikes of yellow and orange. A stunning plant which improves with age. ... Learn More

    $3.84

    (10+ seeds)

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