FINAL SALE! Garden Chives (Allium Schoenoprasum Middleman) 150 seeds (#1731) -70%
Most know only know chives as a chopped herb sprinkled on salads or added to cream cheese for mi..
0.79€ 0.24€
Ex Tax: 0.24€
FINAL SALE! Parsley (Petroselinum Crispum Festival) 350 seeds (#1138) -70%
Approximately 300-400 seeds for 7-8 square meters bed.Flat-leaf type with long stems and large p..
0.89€ 0.27€
Ex Tax: 0.27€
FINAL SALE! Swan River Daisy (Brachycome Iberidifolia) 40 seeds (#1154) -70%
Swan River daisy is an herbaceous, bushy and spreading annual that is native to western and sout..
1.09€ 0.33€
Ex Tax: 0.33€
FINAL SALE! Sweet Pea (Lathyrus Odoratus Biijou Mix) 20 seeds (#1221) -70%
Very dwarf, bushy, early flowering type.Multipurpose use in borders and colourful beds. Also sui..
0.89€ 0.27€
Ex Tax: 0.27€
FINAL SALE! Watercress (Nasturtium Officinale Large Leaved) 300 seeds (#1135) -70%
Green, succulent, oval to broadly elliptical leaves.Should be grown as a water plant. It needs c..
0.99€ 0.30€
Ex Tax: 0.30€

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Shasta Daisy (Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum Maximum Crazy Daisy) 100 seeds (#1888) New
No sunny border would seem complete without the familiar presence of Shasta Daisies. This is a u..
0.99€
Ex Tax: 0.99€
Evening Primrose (Oenothera mix) 40 seeds (#1333) New
Mildly fragrant, 6-8 cm wide flowers are produced in great numbers over dark green, lanceolate l..
0.95€
Ex Tax: 0.95€
Clustered Bellflower mix (Campanula Glomerata) 200 seeds (#1094) New
Charming and eye-catching flower. Grows up to 60 cm tall and 30 cm wide.Clustered Bellflower is ..
0.95€
Ex Tax: 0.95€
Chinese Redbud (Cercis Chinensis) 15 seeds (#429) New
Larger in leaf and flower than eastern redbud (Cercis canadensis), this Chinese native makes a b..
0.79€
Ex Tax: 0.79€
Dahurian Larch (Larix Gmelinii) 30 seeds (#44) New
Dahurian larch is a deciduous conifer that is native to northeastern Siberia. Bright green needl..
0.69€
Ex Tax: 0.69€
River Birch (Betula Nigra) 50 seeds (#116) New
River birch is a handsome, often multi-stemmed, fast growing tree that is native to the central ..
0.79€
Ex Tax: 0.79€
Golden Clematis (Clematis Tangutica) 40 seeds (#1794) New
Gardeners usually think first of the large-flowered hybrid Clematis, but there are other types a..
1.29€
Ex Tax: 1.29€
Pansy (Viola x wittrockiana Yellow Red Eye) 150 seeds (#1362) New
One of the earliest annual flowers to bloom in spring and blooms till the early autumn., These p..
0.89€
Ex Tax: 0.89€
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Zilvinas 09/09/2016 0
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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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Ex Tax: 1.39€
The textural quality of this eastern native's stems and foliage is superb. During winter, a circ..
0.69€
Ex Tax: 0.69€
A dwarf, small leaved basil with lots of flavour.The traditional ingredient in pizzas, but just ..
1.35€
Ex Tax: 1.35€
This plant is easy to grow and drought-tolerant. Its swollen base stores water, so occasional lack o..
1.29€
Ex Tax: 1.29€
American holly is an elegant evergreen tree that's ideal for home landscapes. Its dense branchin..
0.85€
Ex Tax: 0.85€