Tree & Shrub Seeds

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  1. AZALEA EXBURY HYBRIDS

    These seeds were collected from our own twenty year old plants which were originally grown from seeds collected from the famous Exbury Gardens. Colours come in all shades from pale lemon to deepest red, and every flower is dripping with heady perfume in spring and early summer. ... Learn More

    $4.76

  2. BACCHARIS 'SEA-FOAM'

    Collected on our 1994 Chile Expedition (RB94142) and new to cultivation is this dwarf South American equivalent to a New Zealand olearia. A compact evergreen shrublet bearing neat, diminutive, toothed leathery leaves. In July countless small 'shaving-brush' flowers smother its dome, before they become 'snowballs', turning the entire plant white. No-one will guess what this is! ... Learn More

    $4.00

  3. BAUHINIA PURPUREA

    This relatively compact but quite fast-growing oriental-looking tree bears extremely beautiful, fragrant, pink, five petalled orchid-like flowers. The branches are clad with large, deeply two-lobed leaves. Native to South China and south east Asia, it thrives outdoors in such places as Hawaii, coastal California, southern Texas, and Florida. Although the tree can stand a small amount of frost it will also do well in a conservatory. Very easy to grow from seed, in traditional medicine systems it is often used to treat various disease. ... Learn More

    $4.07

  4. BERBERIS HYPOKERINA

    A rare and unusual small shrub bearing unusually large, thick, shiny, holly-like leaves and masses of yellow flowers in spring, followed later by shiny black berries. ... Learn More

    $3.24

  5. BETULA LENTA

    This attractive, medium-sized tree of low to medium elevations in the Mountains and adjacent areas in the Piedmont of North Carolina, can sometimes be misidentified as a Cherry tree. In some older tree specimens the bark can develop vertical cracks into irregular scaly plates revealing rough darkish brown bark patterns (unlike most birches). This, however, does not occur in all specimens. The twigs, when scraped, have a strong scent of oil of wintergreen. The trees can also be tapped for syrup in a similar fashion to maples. ... Learn More

    $3.66

  6. BISMARCKIA NOBILIS

    A serious contender for the world's most attractive palm, the impressive blue-silver fan-shaped leaves can reach up to 2m in width and are divided into 20 segments each. When mature it produces strong, star-shaped stems carrying just a small number of enormous seeds. A staggeringly attractive plant, when I first encountered one in the Canary Islands I simply stood in awe for two or three minutes. A monotypic palm (ie the only one of its genus) it was named for the first chancellor of the German Empire, Prince Otto von Bismarck. The plant is as statuesque and impressive as the man was himself, with a slender trunk capable of reaching over 30cm diameter in the right conditions. Any suitable garden in need of a living architectural statement could do a lot worse than grow this mighty plant. Very few seeds ever available. ... Learn More

    $10.83

  7. BRUGMANSIA ARBOREA (ALBA)

    Masses of enormous, ivory-white, delightfully fragrant trumpets, 20 to 25cm (8 to 10 in) long, adorn this fabulous plant. There is only white forms, and they can often bloom the first year from seed, and from their second year on, if they are allowed to grow, they can make large shrubs or trees, with lush foliage, and producing flowers continually. A mature plant, blooming from midsummer until frost, may display as many as 80 to 100 blooms at one time! In the cool, moist air of evening, their perfume is spellbinding. They do well either in the ground in warmer climes or large pots elsewhere, and these exotic beauties, previously native to South America, but now extinct in the wild, can transform a terrace or patio, or even a bright sunlounge, into a tropical paradise. All seven species are known only in cultivation or as escapes from cultivation, and incredibly, no wild plants have ever been confirmed. They are therefore listed as Extinct in the Wild by the IUCN Red List, although they are popular ornamental plants and still exist wild outside their native range as introduced species. It is suspected that their extinction in the wild is due to the extinction of some animal which previously dispersed the seeds, with human cultivation having ensured the genus's continued survival! All parts of the plant are toxic! ... Learn More

    $5.00

  8. BRUGMANSIA 'ECUADOR PINK'

    With some of the deepest colours of all "Angel's Trumpets", this rare form has spectacular pastel pink blooms which begin in the spring and continue throughout autumn, the long trumpets turning their fluted edges up after dark, whilst exuding a deep and potent fragrance. These lovely flowers are native to Central and South America from Honduras to Peru. ... Learn More

    $5.41

  9. BRUGMANSIA SANGUINEA

    Enormous, slightly fragrant, pendulous, yellow-veined orange trumpet flowers hang in substantial numbers from branches clad in large, soft, slightly hairy leaves. Easy to care for, it is a robust flowering shrub, native to the Andes mountains in South America. In cultivation it makes a truly impressive specimen either in the garden in warmer climes, or in a very large pot elsewhere. For centuries, South American shamans have used the Angel Trumpet plant for various rituals and healing techniques....we do not advocate this though.. ... Learn More

    $5.96

  10. BRUGMANSIA SUAVEOLENS 'BRAZILIAN WHITE'

    Known as the Brazilian white variety of these impressive plants, this form is slightly bushier than many with a shorter-growing but very floriferous habit. The huge, very fragrant, brilliant white flowers are also often held at an angle rather than being pendulous, showing off the flared throat. They also make superb conservatory specimens to fill the house with perfume every evening. ... Learn More

    $5.00

  11. BRUGMANSIA SUAVEOLENS 'ORANGE GLORY'

    Multiple, vibrant, deepest orange trumpet shaped flowers up to 30cm in length bloom simultaneously and repeatedly throughout the growing season. Each flower emits a gorgeous perfumed scent especially in the evening making this an idea patio/conservatory plant. Plants are shrubby in nature but tender in colder climates growing from 1 meter to 2.5m. ... Learn More

    $5.41

  12. BRUGMANSIA SUAVEOLENS YELLOW TRUMPET

    The very best yellow variety of these impressive plants, this form being slightly more bushy than many with a shorter-growing but very floriferous habit. The huge, very fragrant, bright lemon yellow flowers are also often held at an angle rather than being pendulous, showing off the flared throat. They also make superb conservatory specimens to fill the house with perfume every evening. ... Learn More

    $5.00

  13. BRUGMANSIA VERSICOLOR

    Enormous trumpet-flowers open white before ageing to pink, peach or apricot, and are often between 12 and 15 inches long, the longest of all brugmansias. These incredible specimens produce some of the largest flowers you will ever see, on one of the world's most spectacular plants and these will pour out volumes of rich daffodil perfume. They can withstand a wide range of temperatures including slightly below freezing, but a moderate frost will damage the plant in colder climates. They also make superb conservatory specimens to fill the house with fragrance every evening. ... Learn More

    $5.41

  14. BUCIDA BUCERAS

    The Black Olive Tree spiny, slow-growing evergreen tree is native to Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, and northern South America and is also found in the upper Florida Keys. It is often found in coastal swamps and wet inland forests. Despite its name it doesn't produce an edible olive but does produce a small seed capsule. The foliage is dense and the spreading crown becomes more rounded with age. The wood of the bullet tree is extremely hard and durable. It has a high resistance to insects and fungus, and is sometimes used as a building material. The bark is a useful source of tannins for tanning leather. ... Learn More

    $3.10

  15. BUDDLEJA DAVIDII

    Long arching compact sprays hold tightly packed, deeply fragrant, yellow-eyed, purple-mauve flowers. Most attractive to all pollinating insects, but especially butterflies, the wild form was only discovered in the late nineteenth century in central China where it is native to Sichuan and Hubei provinces. It makes a superb hardy shrub that will grow in the most adverse of situations and conditions. It was actually named for the Basque missionary and explorer in China, Father Armand David, who first noticed the shrub, although Jean-André Soulié, a botanist-missionary, sent seed to the French nursery Vilmorin, and Buddleja davidii entered commerce in the 1890s, ... Learn More

    $3.73

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