Tree & Shrub Seeds

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  1. 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

    $2.81

  2. CALLICARPA BODINIERI 'WHITE BEAUTY'

    A rare and exciting snow-white berried variant of the fruiting shrub Callicarpa bodonieri which produces compact sprays of beautiful fruits in early Autumn. This exotic shrub, which normally bears deepest violet-blue berries, is suitable for cutting and displaying as it initially holds its leaves well. Finally, in late autumn, the leaves fall, leaving the naked branches festooned with bright berries. ... Learn More

    $3.69

  3. CALLICARPA AMERICANA

    This seldom-offered, graceful shrub boasts arching stems adorned in autumn, and usually into winter, with clusters of spectacularly coloured berries. Perfect for bringing some strong colour interest to your garden through the duller months. ... Learn More

    $3.56

  4. 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

    $3.69

  5. 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

    $4.06

  6. 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

    $2.81

  7. 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

    $2.75

  8. CALYCANTHUS FLORIDUS

    A rare and extremely beautiful shrub, opening doubled, carmine-red flowers, that rather resemble those of double magnolias, but are somewhat smaller! The blooms have a spicy scent of apple, and are held over soft green foliage that inclines to yellow in the autumn months. An exquisite and rarely-offered plant, it is cold tolerant and relatively hardy in most UK sites, but may need protection in exposed northern locations. Very few seeds available. ... Learn More

    $4.44

  9. 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

    $4.06

  10. CAPPARIS SPINOSA

    Too seldom seen, this scrambling, slightly spiny shrub, which can also be trained to climb, bears sizeable, attractive white flowers, some 2-3 inches across, with delicate, most attractive, pale purple stamens, which are continuously replaced in profusion, making a constant dazzling display from May onwards. And to further intrigue you, and we never knew this until now.......the unopened flower buds picked when tight and preserved in brine or vinegar are culinary capers! ... Learn More

    $4.19

  11. 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

    $4.00

  12. 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

    $2.56

  13. CASSIA GLAUCA

    In the dry season this tall shrub or small tree produces long racemes of massed clusters of bright golden flowers, which appear on almost every branch, all of which are clad in attractive alternately arranged leaves, consisting of pairs of feathery, deep green ovate leaflets. Later appear the pea-like seed pods. It does best in a hot spot and full sun and well-drained soil. ... Learn More

    $3.31

  14. CASSIA MARGINATA

    This outstandingly beautiful, medium-sized tree bears bright deep-pink flowers with shades of orange and red. Originating in Eastern India, it produces large-seeded long pods containing a black cathartic pulp which has been used as a horse medicine. ... Learn More

    $3.56

  15. CERATONIA SILIQUA (CAROB)

    These long-lived evergreen trees, native to the Mediterranean areas and into the Middle East, have dense foliage which is shiny, green, round and leathery, new growth being bronze coloured. In summer, male and female flowers open on different trees (dioecious), and as a rule planting at least five trees will usually guarantee at least one of each sex, for pod production as it is widely cultivated for its edible pods, and also as an ornamental tree in gardens. The ripe, dried pod is often ground to carob powder which is used as a substitute for cocoa powder. The word Carat, a unit of purity for gold alloys, was derived from the word carob, due to the uniformity of the seed size. ... Learn More

    $3.69

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