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Cosmos (Cosmos Bipinnatus Double Click) 30 seeds (#2037)

1.89€

A remarkably pretty flower with double or semi double flowers. Very easy to grow. Very interesting and award winning plant for beds, borders and for cutting. Genus - Cosmos Species - Bipinnatus Variety - Double Click Common name - Cosmos Pre-Treatment - Not-required Hardiness zones - 3 - 10 Height - 0,90 - 1,20 m Spread - 0,30 - 0,45 ..

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Cosmos (Cosmos Bipinnatus Fizzy Pink) 30 seeds (#1671)

1.59€

Splendidly flamboyant, ruffled semi-double blooms in delicate shades of pink.These tall plants make an ideal addition to colorful summer borders.Will flower over a long season (June - October). Remove dead heads to prolong flowering. Ideal for borders.Will grow well even in relatively poor soils, synny position and average moisture. Genus - ..

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Cosmos (Cosmos Bipinnatus Gazebo Red) 50 seeds (#941)

1.25€

Daisy-like cosmos flowers are easy-to-grow and versatile annuals. They can be used to plug gaps in borders, grown as a feature in their own right or in the cuttings patch. Cosmos can also be used in container displays. The flowers attract a variety of bees, butterflies and hover flies, and also make a good cut flower.Cosmos 'Gazebo Red' is a medium..

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Cosmos (Cosmos Bipinnatus Psyche White) 60 seeds (#931)

1.99€

Elegant, cool semi-double white flowers nestle on top of the ferny foliage, creating a cool fresh look to summer beds and borders. Great for cutting too. Genus - Cosmos Species - Bipinnatus Variety - Psyche White Common name - Cosmos Pre-Treatment - Not-required Hardiness zones - 3 - 9 Height - 0.90 - 1 m Spread - 0.40 m Plant type -..

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Cosmos (Cosmos Bipinnatus Rosetta) 20 seeds (#2090)

1.99€

Large flamboyant blooms with beautifully stripped petals, some with an inner collarette, over light airy foliage.Great for borders, especially planted in drifts. Genus - Cosmos Species - Bipinnatus Variety - Rosetta Common name - Cosmos Pre-Treatment - Not-required Hardiness zones - 3 - 10 Height - 0,75 m Spread - 0.30 - 0.45 m Plant ..

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Cosmos (Cosmos Sulphureus Ladybird mixed) 30 seeds (#913)

1.35€

A mixture of striking semi-double vivid blooms over bushy plants with fine attractive foliage. The long flowering season makes them ideal for borders and patio tubs.This dwarf, free-flowering cosmos mixture adds brilliancy to the summer garden with its jewel-like flowers of orange, red and yellow. Ladybird Series cosmos are more compact and offer a..

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Cranberry (Vaccinium Macrocarpon) 30 seeds (#269)

1.09€

Grown commercially for its tart red berries, this creeping broadleaf evergreen shrub from eastern North America also makes an excellent plant for the culinary or ornamental garden. The prostrate stems root at the nodes to eventually form large mats of narrow dark-green leaves which turn bronze or red in winter. Clusters of pinkish urn-shaped flower..

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Creeping Thyme (Thymus Serpyllum) 200 seeds (#1743)

1.05€

Thymus serpyllum, commonly called wild thyme, creeping thyme or mother-of-thyme, is a hairy, prostrate, creeping, woody-based perennial which is primarily grown as an ornamental ground cover. It is rarely used in cooking (Thymus vulgaris is the culinary thyme most commonly used in cooking). plant's blooms can be enjoyed as an ornamental addition to..

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Creeping Zinnia (Sanvitalia Procumbens) 200 seeds (#1500)

0.95€

This wonderful little heat-loving annual is an underused bedding or container ornamental. The creeping zinnia creates a mounded carpet of fine, green foliage that becomes covered with tiny, golden yellow daisies with large black centers. The blooms of this Mexican native appear non-stop from early summer to frost. It is an easy annual that is even ..

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Cress (Lepidium Sativum large leaved) 1300 seeds (#1121)

1.09€

Approximately 1300-1400 seeds for 6-8 meters bed.Garden cress is a fast-growing, edible herb. Can be sown year long every 2 weeks in the pots inside.A very easy and fast crop, it can be ready within 7 days from sowing the seedIt is genetically related to watercress and mustard, sharing their peppery, tangy flavor and aroma. In some regions, garden ..

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Crested Cockscomb (Celosia Argentea Cristata Toreador) 300 seeds (#878)

1.49€

Approximately 250-300 seeds in 0.3 g packet.Celosia cristata (Celosia in Greek means burning) is a member of the genus Celosia, and is commonly known as cockscomb, since the flower looks like the head on a rooster (cock). It is called Chi Kuan in China. The plants are hardy and resistant to most diseases, and grow equally well indoors or out, thoug..

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Crested Cockscomb (Celosia Cristata Amigo Rot) 60 seeds (#2074)

2.39€

Compact growth and tightly closed combs in bright colors. Annual. Grows up to 15 cm.Plant in a sunny, sheltered location from the end of May (after last frost).Grows well it sunny and hot locations. Good for beds, pots. Genus - Celosia Species - Cristata Variety - Amigo Rot Common name - Crested Cockscomb Pre-Treatment - Not-required Ha..

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Dahlia (Dahlia Hortensis Bishops Children) 40 seeds (#934)

1.49€

Rich, simple flowers over tall bronzed foliage. Loved by butterflies and bees. Developed from the ever popular 'Bishop of Llandaff'. Dahlias bloom best in full sun and are tolerant of most soils but perform best in soils that are sandy and well draining with a soil with a pH of 6.2- 6.5 . Heavy clay soils produce smaller and weaker plants. These ar..

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Dahlia (Dahlia Hortensis Mignon Mixed) 40 seeds (#1984)

1.35€

Delightful simple single flowers on compact plants which are loved by butterflies and will attract them to the garden. Great for beds and borders. Usually grown as an annual.Dahlias bloom best in full sun and are tolerant of most soils but perform best in soils that are sandy and well draining with a soil with a pH of 6.2- 6.5 . Heavy clay soils pr..

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Dawn Redwood (Metasequoia Glyptostroboides) 30 seeds (#477)

1.19€

This deciduous conifer is a fast-growing, imposing relative of the redwood. Native to China, it was known only from the fossil record until a few trees were discovered in 1944 and identified in 1948. Today it is grown and loved the world over for its feathery foliage, muscular trunk and magnificent, narrow, pyramidal habit. The bark is shredded and..

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