MISCELLANEOUS available all year

This page will let you choose through seeds of herbs, bulbous plants, annuals etc...

Agapanthus africanus (Liliaceae) 'Blue African lily' summer blooming plant with funnel-shaped flowers porcelain blue. Grow it in sandy but rich soil. (20 seeds/2,5€)

Agapanthus africanus 'alba' Same as A. africanus, but white flowered. (20 s/2,5€)

Alpinia purpurata (Zingiberaceae) Red up-right inflorescences. (rhizome/5€)

Alpinia zerumbet (Zingiberaceae) A very tropical looking one... (rhizome 7,5€)

A. zerumbet 'Variegata' The variegated form of the preceding one. (rhizome 7,5€ )

Argemone mexicana (Papaveraceae) 'Prickly poppy' coming from Mexico, this poppy has bluish spiny leaves and bright yellow flowers with red center. For dry areas. (30 seeds/2,5€)

Asclepias curassavica (Asclepiadaceae) This nice little bush will produce masses of bright orange and yellow flowers, enjoys sun and heat. (15 seeds/2,5€)

Asclepias curassavica 'aurea' A yellow-flowered form of the preceding one, a rare item. (10 seeds/2,5€)

Asclepias physocarpa (Asclepiadaceae) Milkweed with decorative fruits (15 seeds/2,50€)

Barleria cristata (Acanthaceae) Nice shrubs with masses of purple flowers. (15s/2,5)

Cajanus cajan (Leguminosae) A small bush producing edible beans, for sunny areas (15 s/2,5€)

Canna indica (Cannaceae) Botanical red flowered canna. (15 seeds/2,5€)

Cyathea cooperi (Cyatheaceae) A nice tree-fern from Australia (1 packet with many spores/2,5€)

Cymbopogon citratus (Poaceae) Perennial grass with lemon smell, rapidly grows to big clumps. Leaves make a great herbal tea. (Stock fragment, 4€)

Coix lacryma-jobi (Poaceae) 'Job's tears' grass for wet areas, the white-bluish seeds can be used as beads for collars. (20 seeds/2,5€)

Colocasia esculenta (Araceae) Ornamental perennial with big leaves. (2 rhizomes/5€)

Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora (Iridaceae) The 'Montbretia' nice red-orange flowering cormous hybrid of South African parentage. (3 bulbs 4€)

Crotalaria retusa (Fabaceae)'Rattle-box' shrub to 1-2 m, yellow flowers in erect inflorescences. Enjoys dry areas, in full sun. Caution, poisonous plant. (20 seeds/2,5€)

Furcraea foetida 'Medio-Picta' Same but variegated(3 aerial bulblets/4€)

Heliconia stricta'Dwarf Jamaican' A short growing heliconia (rhizome/5€)

Hedychium coccineum (Zing.) 'Scarlet ginger-lily' robust perrenial herb, leaves to 50 cm, stout spikes of scarlet red flowers with pink filaments. Tropical requirements. (rhizome/7,5€)

Hedychium coronarium (Zingiberaceae) Perennial with fragrant white flowers. (rhizome/10€)

Hedychium x 'Elizabeth' Pink flowers (rhizome/10€)

Hedychium flavescens (Zingiberaceae) Very perfumed flowers (rhizome/7,5€)

Heliconia bihai (Heliconiaceae) Erect inflorescences (rhizome/7,5€)

Heliconia x 'Golden Torch' Yellow inflorescence. (rhizome/5€)

Heliconia psittacorum (Musaceae) Nice upright flowers. (rhizome/5€)

Heliconia rostrata (Musaceae)A very exotic flowered species. (rhizome 7,50€)

Hibiscus acetosella (Malvaceae) Annual erect herb, the whole plant is marroon, flowers are pink with deep red heart. Grows in poor soils. (15 seeds/2,5€)

Hibiscus diversifolius (Malvaceae) Nice creeping hibiscus with yellow flowers. (15s/2,5€)

Leonotis nepetifolia (Labiaceae) Annual erect herb, orange flowers in dense showy whorls.Tolerates dry areas very well. Highly decorative once dry. (20 seeds/2,5€)

Ludwigia octovalvis (Oenotheraceae) Erect perennial herb, yellow flowers. Wet soils. (40 s/2,5€)

Malvastrum coromandelianum (Malvaceae) Subshrub, pale yellow flowers. (20 seeds/2,5€)

Mimosa pudica (Mimosaceae) 'Sensitive plant', the leaves curl when touched. Easy to grow and funny, also a good medicinal plants for the nerves. (15 seeds/2,5€)

Musa velutina (Musaceae) An ornamental banana tree with pink fruits. (15s/2,5€)

Nicandra physaloides (Solanaceae) A vigorous annual bearing bell-shaped pale blue flowersfollowed by decorative pods, like chinese lanterns. (40 seeds/2,5€)

Pennisetum setaceum 'Cupreum' (Poaceae) Perennial grass with red leaves. (Stock fragment, 5€)

Perilla ocymoides (Labiaceae) An aromatic plant from far-east. (10s/2,5€)

Physalis angulata (Solanaceae) A small 'Japanese lanterne' (15s/2,5€)

Physalis peruviana 'Peruvian cherry' a fruits producing shrub. (25s/2,5€)

Ravenala madagascariensis (Strelitziaceae) The traveler's tree, endemic to Madagascar (15 seeds/2,50€)

Ruellia brittoniana (Acanthaceae) Delicious purplish pink flowers. (15s/2,5€)

Ruellia sp. Related to the above species, blue to purple flowers. (15s/2,5€)

Senna occidentalis (Caesalp.) Erect herb to 2m, racemes of yellow flowers, roasted seeds may be used as a substitute for coffee. Easy to grow. (20 seeds/2,5€)

Stachytarpheta speciosa (Verbenaceae) Subshrub with erect spikes of bright pink small flowers, large pale green leaves. Enjoys full sun. Very effective. (15 seeds/2,5€)

Tillandsia usneoides (Bromeliaceae) Epiphytic species, sold as young plant (2,5€)

Urena lobata (Malvaceae) Subshrub, young parts downy, small pink flowers. (20 seeds/2,5€)

Vetiveria zizanoides (Poaceae) The vetiver, essential oil from the roots (rootstock chip/2,5€)


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