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Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia Reginae) 10 seeds (#1342)

2.59€

Hardy for zones 10-14 (growing outside) or can be cultivated as indoor plant in other zones only.This is perhaps the ultimate flowering showpiece for frost-free landscapes or a sunny interior room. Bird-of-paradise is a clump-forming, evergreen, subtropical perennial native to South Africa. Its large, bold dark gray-green leaves contrast nicely wit..

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Bishops Flower (Ammi Majus) 250 seeds (#1549)

0.95€

There is no better cutflower for airy, wildflower looks. The large, white, parasol-shaped flower clusters of Ammi majus look just like larger versions of Queen Anne's lace blooms, but the plant is not as weedy. This fast-growing annual originates from regions along the Mediterranean, so it can withstand drought and warmth once established.Fine, lan..

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Bistort (Persicaria Bistorta Superba) 10 seeds (#1432)

1.65€

Bistort is a vigorous perennial with green decorative leaves with prominent white veins and short, dense, pink to white flowerspikes from summer to fall. Native to Europe and northwestern areas of Asia, it is a clump-forming plant that is semi-evergreen depending on severity of winters. The broadly oval, but pointed green leaves have obvious veins ..

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Bitter Melon (Momordica Charantia) 6 seeds (#963)

0.89€

Approximately 6-8 seeds in 2 g packet.This herbaceous, tendril-bearing vine grows to 5 m. It bears simple, alternate leaves 4–12 cm across, with three to seven deeply separated lobes. Each plant bears separate yellow male and female flowers. In the Northern Hemisphere, flowering occurs during June to July and fruiting during September to November.T..

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Black Berried Elder (Sambucus Racemosa Melanocarpa) 50 seeds (#395)

0.69€

Sambucus melanocarpa is a deciduous Shrub growing to 4 m (13ft 1in). It is hardy to zone 6. It is in flower from Jun to July, and the seeds ripen from Aug to September. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects.The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and can grow in..

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Black Cherry (Prunus Serotina) 30 seeds (#98)

0.36€ 0.75€

The largest of the cherries, this fast-growing, medium to large deciduous tree is valued not only for its ornamental attributes but also as a timber tree. It is native from central and eastern North America to Guatemala.The tapered, oval, saw-edged leaves are glossy dark green above and paler underneath. New leaves are often bronze-tinged, and fall..

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Black Chokeberry (Aronia Melanocarpa) 50 seeds (#170)

0.85€

Small, pretty white blossoms in spring, orangey fall color and dark purplish-black berries make black chokeberry a great shrub for naturalistic massed plantings. An upright deciduous shrub that suckers to form a thicket of twigs and leaves, it is native to the moist soils of the eastern United States and a thin sliver of southeastern Canada. Indivi..

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Black Eyed Susan Vine (Thunbergia Alata Sunset Shades) 15 seeds (#2094)

2.15€

A compact climber producing flowers in a range of warm "sunset" colours.Ideal for patios and as a conservatory plant.Usually grown as an annual. Genus - Thunbergia Species - Alata Variety - Sunset Shades Common name - Black Eyed Susan Vine Pre-Treatment - Not-required Hardiness zones - 3 - 10 Height - 1,20 m Plant type - Annual flower..

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Black Eyed Susan Vine (Thunbergia Alata Susie mixed) 25 seeds (#1645)

1.29€

Thunbergia alata, or Black-eyed Susan vine, is a frequent sight in hanging baskets. As common as they are, most people not only don't know what they are, they don't think to grow them. That's a shame, because Black-eyed Susan vine is as easy care as it is charming. The flowers have an almost pop art look to them, with a solid center surrounded by a..

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Black Locust (Robinia Pseudoacacia) 20 seeds (#32)

0.89€

Though pretty and fast-growing, black locust is weak-wooded, short-lived and generally weedy. It is hardy, deciduous and forms a broad, upright canopy when mature. Some are more shrub-like. Natural populations are believed to have originated from the eastern United States, particularly along the Appalachians and Ozark Mountains, but have spread acr..

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Black Mulberry (Morus Nigra) 30 seeds (#276)

0.79€

Black mulberry is a fast-growing, rounded deciduous tree with inconspicuous flowers and edible fruits. The flowers are pale green and tiny and appear in clusters that produce bead-like fruits attached to a fleshy core in an oblong cluster. The clusters go from red to black as they mature, and resemble blackberries, but are only mildly sweet and fla..

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Black Pepper (Piper Nigrum) 15 seeds (#2075)

2.39€

Piper nigrum is a tropical plant that produces the popular black pepper of commerce that have been used for many years as culinary spices or seasonings. This species is native to southern India and Sri Lanka. It has been used in Indian cooking since at least 2000 B. C. Today, it is commercially grown in a number of additional tropical areas includi..

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Blackeyed Daisy (Rudbeckia Hirta Gloriosa Daisy) 500 seeds (#2056)

1.25€

Easy to grow, long flowering border plant. Great for cutting.Brilliant daisy-like blooms with wonderful complementary colours. Excellent for cut flowers and the perfect to lift mixed borders. Usually grown as an annual.Blooming from July to October. The flowers are superb for cutting and attract many pollinators, such as bees and butterflies.Grow R..

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Blackeyed Daisy (Rudbeckia Hirta Irish Spring) 50 seeds (#1003)

1.29€

Rich golden blooms are highlighted by prominent green central cones. Beautiful in borders and as cut flowers. Usually grown as an annual.Native to much of North America. It is a warm season wildflower that can be found growing in old-fields, thickets, rocky prairies, meadows and roadsides. Wonderfully easy to grow and long-blooming.The rich green l..

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Blackwood Acacia (Acacia Melanoxylon) 20 seeds (#228)

0.46€ 0.85€

One of the largest and most cold-hardy acacias in cultivation, this vigorous, medium-sized tree is valued for its toughness, attractive evergreen foliage, and fragrant spring flowers. Native to cool, moist locations in eastern Australia and Tasmania, it rapidly forms an upright tree whose brittle branches are furnished with finely textured, pinnate..

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