Tree & Shrub Seeds

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  1. 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

  2. CALLICARPA AMERICANA VAR LACTEA

    This rare and exceptionally lovely form of the usual mauve-berried form bears compact clusters of snow white berries on arching stems through the autumn months and often into winter. When in flower it is most attractive to birds and butterflies, and later it is a superb and truly eye-catching addition to your garden, providing very welcome end-of-season interest when all else has finished. ... Learn More

    $4.07

  3. CALLICARPA BODINIERI

    Spindly, much-dividing branches produce relatively insignificant starry lilac flowers in spring, but after the leaves have fallen in autumn the extremely attractive bunches of bright violet berries persist through into winter. Probably the most beautiful of any berry. ... Learn More

    $4.48

  4. CALLISTEMON RIGIDUS

    This spectacular, and unexpectedly hardy shrub, bears dense spikes of flamboyant red bottle-brush flowers that appear in late spring and early summer. Narrow, sharply pointed leaves adorn this dazzling shrub that is possibly the hardiest of all bottle brushes. ... Learn More

    $3.10

  5. CALLISTEMON SALIGNUS

    This exceptionally hardy shrub produces large furry greenish-yellow "bottlebrush" flowers in profusion in spring. An outstanding new colour in the more usually red "bottlebrush" range. ... Learn More

    $3.04

  6. CANANGA ODORATA

    One of the world's most fabulously fragrant trees, frilly yellow flowers pour out sweet perfume all summer long. Best grown in the tropics and sub tropics, this gorgeous, fast-growing plant can be successfully grown and flowered in a conservatory in cooler climates. The essential oil derived from the flowers, which last a long time after being cut, is used in aromatherapy and perfumes. When we made a visit, just one specimen of this incredible tree perfumed the whole of the Miami Botanical Gardens at Palm Beach. ... Learn More

    $4.48

  7. CARPENTERIA CALIFORNICA

    Large, gleaming, pure white scented flowers with conspicuous yellow stamens open in early summer on this lovely Californian shrub, the only one in its genus. Making a dense, bushy, evergreen shrub with glossy, dark-green, narrow foliage, it prefers a warm sheltered spot, ideally against a wall, although in mild areas it can be grown in the open garden and although it is normally evergreen, it may lose some of its leaves in a cold winter. Good fertile seed is rarely set. ... Learn More

    $4.42

  8. CARYOPTERIS INCANA

    This fragrant-leafed, deciduous shrub bears terminal clusters of tubular, violet-blue flowers from late summer to early autumn when most others have finished, and absolutely superb if trained as a standard. ... Learn More

    $2.83

  9. CASSIA FISTULA

    A show-stopping bloom of five-petaled, perfumed yellow flowers bloom in 8-18" pendulous, terminal racemes covers the tree with profuse bloom. Leaves return as the flowering progresses, although it is often considered to be semi-evergreen because of this brief loss of leaves. A second less significant bloom often occurs later in the season but without loss of leaves. It will tolerate light brief frost, but can get damaged if frost persists. It is the national flower of Thailand, its yellow flowers symbolizing Thai royalty, and is also native to India, Malaysia and Southeast Asia, and is well-known for producing a show-stopping bloom of yellow flowers in May, June and July. There are also many traditional medicinal uses known from Asia. The flesh of the fruit is used as a laxative, while the bark can be used to treat skin infections and in India the strongly scented pulp is sometimes added to tobacco and smoked! ... Learn More

    $3.93

  10. CERCIS CHINENSIS

    This deciduous shrub or small tree has abundant, fragrant, densely-clustered, dark purple-pink flowers, which open in late spring before the leaves appear. When they finally unfurl, the large heart-shaped leaves are tinted red-purple. ... Learn More

    $4.28

  11. CESTRUM PARQUI

    Amidst light green shiny leaves arise sprays of small, tubular, very fragrant, yellow-green flowers on the ends of the stems, flowering from late spring to autumn, and which produce clusters of small, black, egg-shaped berries during summer and autumn. This easy, hardy, evergreen shrub is quite possibly the hardiest and longest blooming Cestrum of them all, as it perfumes the night for many months. In cooler countries it attracts bees and butterflies, and in the Americas, hummingbirds! In 2004 this species made the Royal Horticultural Society’s list of the top 200 plants of the last 200 years. Warning, all parts of this plant are poisonous, but so are a good percentage of many garden plants! ... Learn More

    $5.45

  12. CHAMAEDOREA MICROSPADIX

    Also known as the Hardy Bamboo Palm, this elegant evergreen clustering/clumping palm produces stout stands of upright, slender, bamboo-like stems, which are ringed with leaf scars making it resemble bamboo. Its beautiful matt green feathery leaves give a fantastic exotic and tropical look to any garden ort sunlounge. Originating from high forests in Eastern and Central Mexico at altitudes between 2,600 to 4,900ft (800 and 1500m), it is incredibly hardy, down to minus 8 C has been stated. In dappled shade, with dry winters and wet summers, it forms lush, dense stands, and although from limestone mountains it is not fussy about soil provided it has reasonable drainage. ... Learn More

    $5.18

  13. CHAMAEROPS HUMILIS

    This incredible plant looks tropical, but is in fact perfectly ok with non-tropical conditions. Indeed, It is one of only two palms native to Europe and copes happily with British weather. Cold temperatures, wind and drought won’t phase it. One has thrived, unprotected on a north facing hillside in our gardens in Southern England for more than 30 years, and we have had minus 12C at times. It is one of the most cold-hardy palms and is used frequently in landscaping in colder countries. In the wild, it grows mainly in southwestern Europe, especially in Spain and Portugal. It provides an exotic focal point in the garden with its evergreen fan-shaped leaves, and is naturally slow growing and rarely exceeds head height. Although it is very hardy indeed, it will do best in moist but well-drained soil in a warm, sheltered position such as in a sunny border. ... Learn More

    $5.31

  14. CISTUS ALBIDUS

    Large, frilly-petalled, golden-eyed, purple-pink flowers open in early summer on this superb, easy-to-grow plant which is perfect for a really hot border or shrubbery. Native to south-western Europe and western north Africa, it is often grown solely for its attractive, greyish-white oblong leaves. ... Learn More

    $4.07

  15. CISTUS ALBIDUS 'PINK SILK'

    An exceptional pink hybrid seedling here years ago, possibly with some of the blood of the rare Cistus palhinhae we collected in Portugal. Huge, frilly, paler-eyed pink flowers cover this dwarf shrub in spring and early summer. Will thrive in a baking hot position. ... Learn More

    $3.52

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