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  1. SPIRAEA 'GOLDEN PRINCESS'

    This compact flowering shrub grows into a neat slowly expanding ball of golden foliage with masses of dainty, light pink flowers in June and July. It often reblooms sporadically for the rest of the season. It is extremely hardy and also heat, cold and drought resistant once established. ... Learn More

    $3.78

    (50+ seeds)

  2. SUTHERLANDIA FRUTESCENS

    Attractive racemes of dazzling, showy, bright red pea-like flowers, open over a long period, followed by sizeable, pink-tinged, bladdery, inflated seed capsules, which many children love to "pop" with an audible bang!Probably the most beautiful of any berry.. ... Learn More

    $4.42

    (10 seeds)

  3. SWIETENIA MACROPHYLLA

    The most commercially important of the mahoganies, or 'sky fruit', this tree is found in dim areas around peninsular Malaysia and the South Pacific Solomon Islands. An evergreen tree, its big fruit has a hard shell and thin inner layer, which grows upright on the branch side. When ripe and orange-yellow in colour, the fruit splits on its own, with each valve showing two rows of seeds. It was known as the 'queen of plants', for its health benefits in the Solomon Islands for generations, where the local people have used it for more than a thousand years to treat a huge variety of diseases. It ... Learn More

    $4.16

    (5 seeds)

  4. SYMPHORICARPOS ALBUS

    During early summer, attractive clusters of green-white to pink flowers start to bloom followed by clusters of dazzling-white, conspicuous, round fruits, 1-2cm in diameter, which persist into the autumn. This bushy, rounded shrub can make a fast-growing, multi-stemmed deciduous hedge and is an important winter food source for quail, pheasant, and grouse. It is not edible, as ingesting the berries can cause mild symptoms of vomiting, dizziness, and slight sedation in children. ... Learn More

    $3.14

    (20+ seeds)

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    TABEBUIA CHRYSANTHA

    Tabebuia chrysantha, is a deciduous tree known for its stunning floral display. In late winter to early spring, before the leaves emerge, the tree produces an abundance of large, trumpet-shaped flowers. These blooms are a brilliant golden-yellow, covering the tree in a vibrant blanket of color. The tree's compound leaves, palmately divided into leaflets, add to its overall tropical aesthetic. The foliage, while not the main feature, provides an attractive backdrop to the spectacular floral show. Tabebuia chrysantha can reach heights of 20 to 30 feet (6 to 9 meters) or more, creating a relative ... Learn More

    $4.16

    (20 seeds)

  6. TAMARINDUS INDICA

    Tamarind trees are very versatile and can be grown in tropical and sub-tropical parts of the world. The pod-like fruit contain pulp which is used in cuisines all over the world often in desserts, as a jam, blended into juices, sorbets, ice creams and other snacks. In the West it is famously an integral part of the world-famous Worcester Sauce. The timber is use in woodworking and oil can extracted from its seeds. ... Learn More

    $3.01

    (8 seeds)

  7. TECTONA GRANDIS

    This large tree is native to south and southeast Asia, and is more commonly known the commercial wood product, teak, with a wide variety of uses from furniture to boat building. The leaves are used for fermenting soybeans. With clusters of small, lightly fragranced, white flowers which are pollinated by bees, flies and ants. A tree for a sunny position with moist, well-drained soil, it can however tolerate drought. ... Learn More

    $3.39

    (5 seeds)

  8. TEUCRIUM BETONICUM

    This rare and new-in-cultivation evergreen shrub from Madeira is worth growing as a foliage plant alone with its large soft, velvety-sage-green scallop-edged leaves. However, a glorious multitude of showy, six inch purple-violet-rose spikes, many to a stem, are held upright, smothering the foliage from top to bottom on a dense rounded bush from May to August. In addition, it is easy, drought tolerant, and deer proof. Gentle pruning in early spring will keep it flowering every year. Finally it will grow almost anywhere, from bone dry (as in Madeira) to a damp shady corner. A worthy introduction ... Learn More

    $3.78

    (150+ seeds)

  9. TIBOUCHINA FRATERNA

    A truly appropriate common name, this rare plant opens glorious, dazzling purple goblet-flowers, which slowly open making a five-bladed windmill! New to cultivation, this slow-growing, dwarf, evergreen shrub will make a stunning plant for a sheltered spot or even a large container indoors. The name Tibouchina is actually adapted from a Guianan indigenous name for a member of this genus. ... Learn More

    $4.42

    (20+ seeds)

  10. TIBOUCHINA GROSSA

    Masses of goblet shaped, carmine-red flowers open amidst dark green, deeply-carved, soft fuzzy leaves on this very rare shrub, which can eventually become a compact tree. A magnet for butterflies and bees, in the wild it is actually pollinated by hummingbirds, where it thrives high in the cloud forests and paramo of the Andes, in Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador between 2400 and 3800 m. Seldom yet seen in cultivation, it will make an outstanding specimen in cool temperate climates. ... Learn More

    $4.42

    (20+ seeds)

  11. TIBOUCHINA LEPIDOTA

    Masses of sizeable, sumptuous, beautiful royal-purple blooms open wide, amidst velvet leaves, constantly from March or April. These continue all through autumn and sometimes into early winter, or even all-year-round in warmer climates. Perfect trained as a shrub, or even allowed to grow finally into a small tree, it is one of the world's most spectacular plants. In the wild, Tibouchina lepidota is fairly widespread in montane and cloud forests of the Andes mountains between Venezuela and Peru from 800 to 3200 m, and therefore has a considerable measure of hardiness. ... Learn More

    $4.16

    (50+ seeds)

  12. TROCHOCARPA THYMIFOLIA

    This gorgeous and completely hardy Australian shrub grows to around 2 feet tall,with bluish-purple drupes clustered at the ends of branches which, predictably, hold thyme-like leaves. Flowers form attractive pink clusters, often appearing at the same time as ripe fruits from the previous season. Flowering period is during summer. T. thymifolia occurs on scattered mountains, mainly in the central part of Tasmania and often on dolerite bouldery ground. ... Learn More

    $3.78

    (30+ seeds)

  13. VESTIA LYCIOIDES

    A plant to puzzle and impress your friends. This handsome Chilean plant has long tubular greeny-yellow flowers throughout spring and summer followed by yellow berries. It makes a solid shrub decorated with small, evergreen, glossy, dark green, rather musty-smelling leaves. ... Learn More

    $3.39

    (30+ seeds)

  14. VIBURNUM TINUS

    Flattened heads of strongly fragrant pinkish-white flowers open above a foil of evergreen leaves from December to May. Attractive dark blue-black berries appear later, and indeed growing several in the same area will encourage a good display of these. Native to the Mediterranean area of Europe and North Africa, this lovely, long-flowering shrub is perfect for brightening partly shady areas when little else is in flower. Reliable and easy-to-grow, the dark green foliage provides a dense backdrop for ornamental or feature plants. ... Learn More

    $4.16

    (6 seeds)

  15. WEIGELA FLORIDA

    This popular shrub bears clusters of bright pink, funnel-shaped flowers in spring and is the perfect specimen for a large shrubbery or even for growing in a lawn. ... Learn More

    $3.01

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