Alderleaf Birch (Betula Alnoides Acuminata) 200 seeds (#691) -39%
Ornamental tree. The bark is reddish-brown and exfoliating. New twigs are purple-red in color.Be..
0.69€ 0.42€
Ex Tax: 0.42€
American Angelica Tree (Aralia Spinosa) 50 seeds (#151) -41%
The textural quality of this eastern native's stems and foliage is superb. During winter, a circ..
0.69€ 0.41€
Ex Tax: 0.41€
American Bladdernut (Staphylea Trifoliate) 5 seeds (#694) -38% SOLD OUT
American bladdernut is admirable because of its glossy, attractive, three-part leaves and curiou..
1.19€ 0.74€
Ex Tax: 0.74€
American Elderberry (Sambucus Canadensis) 50 seeds (#150) -39%
This eastern North American cousin of black elderberry is a medium to large, fast-growing, decid..
0.69€ 0.42€
Ex Tax: 0.42€
American Sweet Gum (Liquidambar Styraciflua) 30 seeds (#94) -21%
The spiny fruits, palmate foliage and stark appearance of the American sweetgum are all unmistak..
0.75€ 0.59€
Ex Tax: 0.59€
Amur Chokecherry (Prunus Maackii) 20 seeds (#489) -35%
One of the best small deciduous trees for year-round display, this native of Northeast Asia is p..
0.79€ 0.51€
Ex Tax: 0.51€
Autumn Olive (Elaeagnus Umbellata) 20 seeds (#157) -30%
Though native to China, Korea and Japan, autumn olive has become naturalized across all of easte..
0.69€ 0.48€
Ex Tax: 0.48€
Bailey Acacia (Acacia Baileyana) 15 seeds (#678) -36%
Acacia baileyana or Cootamundra wattle, is a shrub or tree in the genus Acacia. The scientific n..
0.85€ 0.54€
Ex Tax: 0.54€
Black Cherry (Prunus Serotina) 30 seeds (#98) -32%
The largest of the cherries, this fast-growing, medium to large deciduous tree is valued not onl..
0.75€ 0.51€
Ex Tax: 0.51€
Black Locust (Robinia Pseudoacacia) 20 seeds (#32) -31%
Though pretty and fast-growing, black locust is weak-wooded, short-lived and generally weedy. It..
0.89€ 0.61€
Ex Tax: 0.61€

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Geranium (Pelargonium Zonale Special Mop Head Mix) 10 seeds (#2100) New
F1 hybrid. A great value mixture of large, brightly colored "mop head" flowers.Usually grown as ..
1.69€
Ex Tax: 1.69€
Geranium (Pelargonium Zonale Special Multiflora mixed) 10 seeds (#2099) New
F1 hybrid. Producing multiple stems of bright blooms on compact plants.A high quality mix for be..
1.55€
Ex Tax: 1.55€
Ivy Leaf Geranium (Pelargonium Peltatum Fuchsia) 5 seeds (#2098) New
Pelargonium peltatum Fuchsia F1 - Ivy Leaf Geranium with big, informal flower heads and ivy leav..
2.75€
Ex Tax: 2.75€
Bistort (Persicaria Bistorta Superba) 10 seeds (#1432) New
Bistort is a vigorous perennial with green decorative leaves with prominent white veins and shor..
1.75€
Ex Tax: 1.75€
Giant Hyssop (Agastache Foeniculum Blue&White Mix) 200 seeds (#885) New
Lovely flower spikes with aromatic foliageAn attractive mix of blue and white flower spikes nest..
1.35€
Ex Tax: 1.35€
Dwarf Mugho Pine (Pinus Mugo Pumilio) 15 seeds (#526) New
Spreading its dark green foliage into low, billowy mounds, the Pumilio Group of mugho pine provi..
1.29€
Ex Tax: 1.29€
Japanese Zelkova (Zelkova Serrata) 20 seeds (#82) New
Casting dense shade with its spreading, vase-shaped canopy, Japanese zelkova has handsome bark a..
0.79€
Ex Tax: 0.79€
Calabrian Pine (Pinus Brutia) 10 seeds (#827) New
This medium-sized evergreen tree comes from the eastern Mediterranean region.The long, stiff, br..
1.19€
Ex Tax: 1.19€
Balsam Fir (Abies Balsamea) 20 seeds (#317) New
Balsam fir is a tall coniferous evergreen tree native to the northeastern fifth of the United St..
0.89€
Ex Tax: 0.89€
Korean Nut Pine Cedar (Pinus Koraiensis) 5 seeds (#74) New
This handsome but under-utilized pine from eastern Asia slowly forms a dense, somewhat conical, ..
1.65€
Ex Tax: 1.65€
Japanese Maple (Acer Palmatum) 15 seeds (#83) New
The beautiful and ubiquitous Japanese maple is a garden staple. A native of eastern Asia, this m..
0.99€
Ex Tax: 0.99€
Red Maple (Acer Rubrum) 20 seeds (#254) New
Red maple is a tall, deciduous tree that is native to south-eastern North America.Widely planted..
0.85€
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It’s that time of year when self-starting gardeners have sown their seeds indoors and are contemplating the next steps. Those tiny little sprouts have shown up and need the best care before their planting out into the world. Care for seedlings once sprouted amounts to more than just giving them water. Healthy, robust plants produce faster with higher yields, which is a winning situation for the gardener. A few tips on how to take care of seedlings should help ensure you bumper crops your neighbors will envy.Things That Can Kill Your Seedlings Growing plants from seed is a rewarding endeavor that reaps big rewards. Caring for seedlings after germination isn’t hard but attention to such things...
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American Angelica Tree (Aralia Spinosa) 50 seeds (#151) -41%
The textural quality of this eastern native's stems and foliage is superb. During winter, a circ..
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Ex Tax: 0.41€
A dwarf, small leaved basil with lots of flavour.The traditional ingredient in pizzas, but just ..
1.09€
Ex Tax: 1.09€
Sweet basil is commonly grown as an aromatic culinary and medicinal herb in warm temperate and t..
1.39€
Ex Tax: 1.39€
Approximately 100 seeds in 0,5g packet.A mixture of several varieties of basil differing in colo..
1.19€
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1.25€
Ex Tax: 1.25€