African Daisy (Osteospermum ecklonis white) 20 seeds (#1771) -25%
Perfect for adding banks of color to gardens or naturalistic settings, Osteospermum has substantial ..
1.25€ 0.94€
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Basil (Ocimum Basilicum Aroma) 250 seeds (#1656) -32% SOLD OUT
BASIL AROMA 2 F1 - Delightfully aromatic, glossy leaves with a traditional sweet flavour.Plants ..
1.39€ 0.94€
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Basil Lemon (Ocimum Basilicum Minette) 300 seeds (#1718) -30%
A dwarf, small leaved basil with lots of flavour.The traditional ingredient in pizzas, but just ..
1.35€ 0.94€
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Bears Breeches (Acanthus Mollis) 10 seeds (#1418) -26%
This interesting Old World perennial has a coarse upright habit that adds texture to sunny garde..
1.99€ 1.48€
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Beefsteak Plant (Perilla Frutescens) 60 seeds (#1472) -25%
Approximately 60 seeds in 0,2g packet.Grown for its attractive, aromatic, edible leaves, this an..
0.95€ 0.71€
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Black Berried Elder (Sambucus Racemosa Melanocarpa) 50 seeds (#395) -59%
Sambucus melanocarpa is a deciduous Shrub growing to 4 m (13ft 1in). It is hardy to zone 6. It i..
0.69€ 0.28€
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Butter Daisy (Melampodium Paludosum) 25 seeds (#1921) -25% SOLD OUT
Melampodium is a bright and carefree annual flower that is not used nearly enough. Originated in..
1.75€ 1.31€
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Coastal Tidytips (Layia Platyglossa) 120 seeds (#1778) -25%
Tidytips was formerly found throughout low-elevation dry habitats in California including the Mojave..
0.95€ 0.71€
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Mexican Paintbrush (Ageratum Houstonianum) 300 seeds (#1157) -25%
Approximately 300 seeds in 0.3g packet.A very ornamental plan, the flowers are very attractive t..
0.89€ 0.67€
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Morning Glory (Ipomoea Tricolor Seta) 20 seeds (#1924) -25%
Very decorative, early flowering creeper plant growing up to 3 m tall. Flowers white with intere..
2.09€ 1.57€
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Norway Maple (Acer Platanoides) 15 seeds (#392) New
Norway Maple was introduced from Scandinavia in the seventeenth century, and has since enriched ..
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American Pokeweed (Phytolacca Americana) 20 seeds (#627) New
Pokeberry (Phytolacca Americana) occurs naturally in the fields and woodlands of the eastern Uni..
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Plume Poppy (Macleaya Cordata) 50 seeds (#509) New
Very rapid spreading, very tall perennial native to China and Japan.Plume-poppy is cultivated as..
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Wayfaring Tree (Viburnum Lantana) 25 seeds (#474) New
Renowned for its toughness, its tolerance of alkaline soils, and its colorful summer fruits, thi..
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European Barberry (Berberis Vulgaris) 30 seeds (#631) New
Berberis vulgaris is also known as common barberry, European barberry or simply barberry, is a s..
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Night Phlox (Zaluzianskya Capensis Midnight Candy) 250 seeds (#1876) New
Rear south African annual easy to grow flower.The little red-backed white flowers open fully at ..
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Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga Menziesii) 10 seeds (#471) New
Pseudotsuga menziesii, commonly called Douglas fir, is a medium to very large conifer. Unique fo..
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European Hornbeam (Carpinus Betulus) 20 seeds (#81) New
A stately tree with muscular gray branches and trunk, the European hornbeam has glossy green fol..
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Blue Elderberry (Sambucus Caerulea) 25 seeds (#198) New
Blue elderberry is usually a large multi stemmed spreading shrub with many branches, although oc..
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Scarlet Firethorn (Pyracantha Coccinea) 30 seeds (#114) New
Clean and floated seedsThe showy, colorful fall fruits of scarlet firethorn can’t be beat. This ..
0.79€
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Black Mulberry (Morus Nigra) 30 seeds (#276) New
Black mulberry is a fast-growing, rounded deciduous tree with inconspicuous flowers and edible f..
0.79€
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Tibetian Poppy (Meconopsis Betonicifolia) 100 seeds (#1321) New
Well known hardy perennial for its piercing blue flowers but surprisingly rarely seen.It has a r..
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Basil Lemon (Ocimum Basilicum Minette) 300 seeds (#1718) -30%
A dwarf, small leaved basil with lots of flavour.The traditional ingredient in pizzas, but just ..
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Sweet basil is commonly grown as an aromatic culinary and medicinal herb in warm temperate and t..
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Approximately 100 seeds in 0,5g packet.A mixture of several varieties of basil differing in colo..
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