Tree & Shrub Seeds

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  1. 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

    $5.31

    (10 seeds)

  2. BRUGMANSIA SANGUINEA 'AUREA'

    A large, fast growing shrub with soft branches, large and soft furry leaves, long, trumpet-shaped, golden yellow flowers. Originally native to high altitudes in the Andes between 2000 and 3000 m (6600 and 9800 ft.) from Colombia to Bolivia, it is a popular ornamental that adapts to a range of warm-temperate climates. Prefers full sun. ... Learn More

    $5.00

    (10 seeds)

  3. 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

    $4.45

    (10 seeds)

  4. 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

    $4.82

    (10 seeds)

  5. 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

    $4.45

    (10 seeds)

  6. 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

    $4.82

    (10 seeds)

  7. 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

    $2.74

    (20 seeds)

  8. 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

    $3.29

  9. BUTEA MONOSPERMA

    This gorgeous, slow-growing South East Asian native tree opens its bright orange-red flowers, produced in clusters up to 15 cm long, from January to March, when it becomes a tree of flame, an absolute riot of orange and vermilion flowers, which cover the entire crown, massed along the ends of the stalks. Each flower consists of five petals comprising a standard, two smaller wings, and a curved beak-shaped keel, hence the name of "Parrot Tree". Traditionally the flowers were used to make the bright colour for the festival of Holi. In Manipur, when a member of the Meitei community dies and his body cannot be be found, the wood of this tree is often cremated in place of the body. It is also said that the tree is a form of Agnidev, God of Fire and was a punishment given to him by Goddess Parvati, for disturbing Her and Lord Shiva's privacy. And finally, the gum from the tree called "kamarkas" in Hindi is used in certain food dishes ... Learn More

    $3.60

    (3 seeds)

  10. 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

    $3.96

    (130+ seeds)

  11. 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

    $2.74

  12. 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

    $2.68

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    CAMELLIA JAPONICA

    An attractive shrub grown both for its attractive evergreen glossy leaves and for its flowers, which come in a multitude of beautiful colours and forms. It is one of the first signs of colour in the garden, and a valuable plant for pollinators early in the season. It is suitable for growing in both pots and containers, as well as beds and borders, and requires very little maintenance. ... Learn More

    $4.58

    (10 seeds)

  14. CAMELLIA SINENSIS 'DARJEELING'

    This rarely seen or offered hardy evergreen plant boasts glossy green, pointed and, predictably, fragrant leaves which are smaller than other camelias. The appearance of delicate pure white flowers, with an enormous central boss of golden anthers, means that this shrub has more to offer than just a refreshing cuppa. If you can grow other varieties of Camellia in your garden chances are you’ll be able to grow this fabulous hardy evergreen shrub. It is the exclusive source of the highly-valued, genuine Darjeeling tea, which is an aromatic black tea, grown in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal, India. Darjeeling is grown for the leaves of the Chinese variety of Camellia sinesis var. sinesis, and is known as the champagne of teas for its delicate taste and flavours such as muscatel and is one of the most expensive teas due to its unique taste and very limited production. It is available in black, green, white and oolong, and when properly brewed yields a thin-bodied, light-coloured infusion with a floral aroma, and the flavour can include a tinge of musky spiciness sometimes described as "muscatel", although Darjeeling teas are marketed commercially as "black teas". Tea is the most important non-alcoholic beverage in the world, and over three million tonnes are grown annually, so grow your own if you are adventurous! Genuine true seeds! ... Learn More

    $4.21

    (5 seeds)

  15. 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

    $3.96

    (8 seeds)

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