Bitter Melon (Momordica Charantia) 6 seeds (#963) -15%
Approximately 6-8 seeds in 2 g packet.This herbaceous, tendril-bearing vine grows to 5 m. It bea..
0.89€ 0.76€
Ex Tax: 0.76€
Black Locust (Robinia Pseudoacacia) 20 seeds (#32) -28%
Though pretty and fast-growing, black locust is weak-wooded, short-lived and generally weedy. It..
0.89€ 0.64€
Ex Tax: 0.64€
Black Millet (Sorghum Nigrum) 60 seeds (#1074) -27%
Fast growing ornamental grass for drying with loose, decorative heads. Use as dot plant or at th..
0.79€ 0.58€
Ex Tax: 0.58€
Candytuft (Iberis Umbellata mixture) 100 seeds (#1218) -20%
This decorative plant grows to a height of 30 cm. Mix of pink, rose, white flowers. Candytuft ma..
0.89€ 0.71€
Ex Tax: 0.71€
Cosmos (Cosmos Sulphureus Ladybird mixed) 30 seeds (#913) -16%
A mixture of striking semi-double vivid blooms over bushy plants with fine attractive foliage. T..
1.39€ 1.17€
Ex Tax: 1.17€
Date Plum Persimmon (Diospyros Lotus) 5 seeds (#59) -47%
General aspect and origins - Diospyros lotus, also known as date plum, is a decidious tree that ..
0.79€ 0.42€
Ex Tax: 0.42€
Flowering Tobacco (Nicotiana Sanderae Roulette Mixed F2) 200 seeds (#997) -20%
Dwarf plants in a wide range of colours with a well branched, bushy habit and a long flowering s..
1.09€ 0.87€
Ex Tax: 0.87€
French Marigold (Tagetes Patula nana Cupido) 60 seeds (#987) -20%
Popular annual plant for bedding and in groups. It is long flowering in bowls and containers on ..
0.79€ 0.63€
Ex Tax: 0.63€
Hollyhock (Alcea Rosea Chaters Salmon) 50 seeds (#1997) -10%
Large, spectacular paeony-like double blooms on tall, impressive plants. The refined colour adds..
1.75€ 1.58€
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Japanese Quince (Chaenomeles Japonica) 20 seeds (#21) New -20%
Admired for its beautiful spring blooms, Japanese flowering quince is a spiny, compact to medium..
0.85€ 0.68€
Ex Tax: 0.68€

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Crested Cockscomb (Celosia Cristata Amigo Rot) 60 seeds (#2074) New
Compact growth and tightly closed combs in bright colors. Annual. Grows up to 15 cm.Plant in a s..
2.39€
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Scot's Heather (Calluna Vulgaris Heidekraut) 500 seeds (#2039) New
Heather is a small, evergreen shrub most associated with the open, acidic moorlands of northern ..
1.75€
Ex Tax: 1.75€
European Globe Flower (Trollius Europaeus) 50 seeds (#1940) New
The lacy rounded leaves of this European native beautifully complement the rich yellow spring fl..
1.75€
Ex Tax: 1.75€
Japanese Thornless Quince (Chaenomeles Japonica) 20 seeds (#618) New
Admired for its beautiful spring blooms, Japanese flowering quince is a spiny, compact to medium..
0.99€
Ex Tax: 0.99€
Japanese Quince (Chaenomeles Japonica) 20 seeds (#21) New -20%
Admired for its beautiful spring blooms, Japanese flowering quince is a spiny, compact to medium..
0.85€ 0.68€
Ex Tax: 0.68€
Cosmos (Cosmos Bipinnatus Fizzy Pink) 30 seeds (#1671) New
Splendidly flamboyant, ruffled semi-double blooms in delicate shades of pink.These tall plants m..
1.59€
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Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga Menziesii) 10 seeds (#471) New SOLD OUT
Pseudotsuga menziesii, commonly called Douglas fir, is a medium to very large conifer. Unique fo..
0.95€
Ex Tax: 0.95€
Western Red Cedar (Thuja Plicata) 30 seeds (#475) New
Native to northwestern North America, western red cedar is a broadly pyramidal evergreen tree wi..
0.95€
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Japanese Cornelian Cherry (Cornus Officinalis) 10 seeds (#810) New
Japanese cornelian cherry is a late winter flowering shrub that produces tiny clusters of sunny ..
1.19€
Ex Tax: 1.19€
Hollyhock (Alcea Rosea salmon orange) 50 seeds (#1330) New
Hollyhock is a tall, short-lived, herbaceous perennial or biennial native to western Asia. In su..
0.99€
Ex Tax: 0.99€
Hollyhock (Alcea Rosea Yellow) 50 seeds (#1504) New
Hollyhock is a tall, short-lived, herbaceous perennial or biennial native to western Asia. In su..
0.99€
Ex Tax: 0.99€
Whitebarked Himalayan Birch (Betula Utilis Jacquemontii) 30 seeds (#310) New
Whitebarked Himalayan birch is a pyramidal, deciduous tree native from the Himalayas into southe..
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A dwarf, small leaved basil with lots of flavour.The traditional ingredient in pizzas, but just ..
1.35€
Ex Tax: 1.35€
Sweet basil is commonly grown as an aromatic culinary and medicinal herb in warm temperate and t..
1.39€
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American holly is an elegant evergreen tree that's ideal for home landscapes. Its dense branchin..
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1.19€
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