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Novelties of heirloom seeds for the Third week of December 2018

The assortment of goods of our store has been replenished, - novelties of heirloom seeds. All the seeds before packaging are tested for germination and variety, so you can be sure that the plant that is mentioned in the description will grow.
This classic flower is, unfortunately, not as well-known as it should be. Not only is it beautiful, but it is very easy to grow from seed. Dame’s Rocket is also very resilient and can be successfully planted in both sun and shade.
This classic flower is, unfortunately, not as well-known as it should be. Not only is it beautiful, but it is very easy to grow from seed. Dame’s Rocket is also very resilient and can be successfully planted in both sun and shade.
Easy-to-grow from flower seed, Campanula carpatica or White Bellflower is easy to establish and always dependable. These lovely white-flowered little plants are gardeners' favorites. Very attractive to hummingbirds!
A very old favourite for the rock garden, or even the front of the border or in a container, this plant produces a succession of wide-open, upwards-facing, blue and white cup-shaped flowers from July to September.
Grown from Bellflower seeds, this perennial has a mat-forming characteristic that makes it an ideal ground cover for edging the flower border. The deep green foliage makes a lovely backdrop for these gorgeous sky blue flowers.
"Large Yellow Loosestrife" has been a cottage garden favourite since ancient times. Perennial roots produce stiff spikes of funnel-shaped golden flowers which appear throughout the summer and early autumn.
Fragrant, fringed double and semi-double blooms in a range of pinks, reds and white, are wonderful reminders of old-fashioned English "cottage pinks or grass pinks". Dianthus Cottage Pinks establish well from flower seeds.
If you have a wildlife garden and enjoy attracting bees, butterflies and birds, start this Cornflower seed for this tall, showy, yellow perennial. This yellow Cornflower is commonly known as Armenian Basket Flower or Giant Knapweed.
Gardeners fall in love with Thunbergia vine. Easily established from Thunbergia seeds, this annual is commonly called Black-Eyed Susan Vine. This Black Eyed Susan vine is very quick to bloom, offers a super-long season of color.
Beardtongue is a very attractive annual plant that grows 50 to 60 centimetres in height. This mix features various plants in this outstanding family with multi-coloured flowers, including white, creamy, red and pink.
This evergreen flowering plant produces a mixture of flower colors that include white, pink, rose, red and yellow. With the right conditions, the Rock Rose can be a prolific bloomer, and the entire bush may end up covered in the colorful one-inch flowers.
Start Candytuft seeds to grow this hardy perennial ground cover. Iberis Sempervirens Candytuft is a low, semi-woody, densely growing, upright-stemmed, spreading ground cover plant that reaches 10 inches tall.
This is a specially selected mixture of short perennials for landing on stony hills and rock gardens, on the edge of borders and rockeries. Plant height 10-25 cm It is recommended in April-May to plant on seedlings.
Vinca Rosea Periwinkle begins blooming extra-early with big flowers in dazzling colors, and it continues right up until fall frosts. This Vinca Rosea Little Mix has blooms that are 2 inches across and the colors range from white to deep rose.
Sold by the millions as cute miniature indoor plants in supermarkets and garden centers all over the world, this palm has probably been the quintessential indoor palm since Victorian times.
An adaptable and easy-to-grow tree, flowering ash is dazzling with the fluffy white fragrant clusters of tiny blossoms in late spring or early summer and yellow and purple fall foliage. A round-canopy deciduous tree.
This apple occurs in the mountains of Russian Central Asia and bordering parts of China. It is recognised as a species in Fl. SSSR, near to M. sieversii, of which it may only be a colour variant.
The young leaves of this tree or shrub peony are flushed burgundy and in late spring, lustrous, single, white flowers appear among the handsome dark green foliage. This magnificent tree peony is ideal for a sunny border.
Today, Empress Tree is primarily grown as an ornamental tree for its large leaves and beautiful purple blooms that show in spring and early summer.
The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Insects. It is noted for attracting wildlife. The bark is pale grey-brown and irregularly ridged, with characteristic large burrs and leaf shoots at the base of the tree.
Perennial woody vine. Native to Manchuria, northeastern China and Japan. The odoriferous pink or white flowers give way to bright red fruit which droops down in clusters from the vine. This is known as the many-flavored berry.
It is a large deciduous tree , growing up to 35 meters tall (exceptionally to 47 m), with a trunk up to 1 m diameter. The leaves are 15-30 cm long, pinnate, with 7-11 leaflets, each leaflet lanceolate, 7-13 cm long.
Carya laciniosa (Kingnut Hickory / Shellbark Hickory) is a slow-growing tree from the Walnut Family. Shellbark Hickory enjoys partial to full sun and moist conditions in deep loam or silt soils.
Hickories are related to walnuts and have similar growing requirements. They prefer full sun to partial shade and grow best in soil that is deep, fertile, and moist but well-drained. Shagbark hickories produce a long taproot.
Native to the eastern and central regions of North America. Bur oak is a long-lived, large deciduous tree with a massive trunk and furrowed bark. It is an attractive and resilient ornamental tree which grows well in cities.
The Butternut tree is really something special! Not only is it a striking shade tree, it's also a wonderful food source. Similar in appearance to Black Walnut, Butternut is sometimes called White Walnut because of the light colour of the bark and wood.
The Heart Nut tree is named for the shape of the nut - a flattened heart-shaped nut that easily splits into two halves, like two sides of a locket. Native to Japan, it is also known as Japanese Walnut, but it is well suited to our Northern climates.
Noble fir is native to a limited area on the Pacific Coast region of North America, growing in the Cascades from the northern border of the state of Washington south to the border between Oregon and California.
Tree to 15 m tall, with trunk to 0.6 m in diameter. Bark light gray, becoming scaly with age and ultimately slightly furrowed at the base. Branchlets without hairs, slightly grooved between the leaf bases. Buds 4-5(-9) mm long, not prominently resinous.
Manchurian Fir (Abies holophylla) The Manchurian Fir tree is native to mountain regions of Russia, Northern Korea and China. It grows in elevations up to 5,000 feet. The Manchurian Fir tree grows in pyramidal form up to 100 feet tall.
Balsam fir is a native tree of Canada and grows to be a medium sized tree typically ranging from 15-20 m (50-66') in height. It makes a nice specimen for larger landscapes and is of considerable importance in the Christmas tree trade.
The Nordmann Fir has very dark green needles and dark bark. It has horizontal branching and a dense habit. It is often used as a Christmas tree in Europe and can be grown in a container for several years.
A beautiful evergreen tree, the Cilician fir produces a pointy top and dense foliage and branches that grow on upward-growing branches that persist on the lowest parts of the trunk. This slow-growing conifer is native to highland pockets from Lebanon.
The highlands of Greece reveal stands of this tall evergreen conifer, appropriately known as the Grecian fir. It grows on calcareous and alkaline soils at elevations between 1,800 and 7,000 feet. When mature, the tree's silhouette is tall.
A much-loved fan palm that has been popular since Victorian times and makes a superb potted palm for the home or terrace. In warmer climates and over a period of years, it grows into a handsome, medium-sized tree with a slender trunk.
Growing from flower seeds can be very rewarding! Cyclamen Persicum plants are often seen for sale throughout the fall and winter as a house plant. This variety of Cyclamen is often referred to as the Florist's Cyclamen.
One of the most popular landscape palms, the stout form of the Canary Island Date Palm is a familiar sight in most warm temperate and subtropical countries of the world.
Thespesia populnea, otherwise known as Portia Tree, Eden Apple, Pacific Rosewood, or Indian Tulip Tree, is a flowering species belonging in the Malvaceae family. It is a small tree or shrub reaching a height of about 10m and up to 60cm in trunk diameter.
Musa velutina is a very slender species from North East India, very fast growing. This ornamental banana grows to about 6 feet tall. The plant will stay smaller if grown as a container specimen for cooler climates.
Starting Begonia seeds is a wonderful way to grow these compact Begonia plants. Tuberous Begonias are known for their brilliant color display. The best thing about these plants is that they offer an all-season display of color in the shady areas.
Indeterminate mid-season variety (111-120 days) of tomato for greenhouses and open ground. Plant tall, requires a garter. The variety has a high yield and large-fruited, one of the most beautiful varieties in the collection.
This is a mid-season variety. The plant is medium tall, 1.2 m high. The fruits are round-flat, smooth, golden in color, weighing 200 grams, very beautiful, of exceptional yield and disease resistance. Fruits are sweet, dense, fleshy.
This is a mid-season variety. The vegetation period from germination to maturity 110 days. The plant is short, 50 cm high. Fruits are round, smooth, red in color.
Grow this lovely Pink Jewel from flower seed! This Erigeron Speciosus Pink Jewel is a must-have for the perennial flower garden. Erigeron, also known as Showy Fleabane Daisy, is a perennial flowering daisy which grows to approximately 28 inches tall.
Campanula seeds are so rewarding to grow, and the addition of Campanula Canterbury Bells to your spring and summer garden will be most welcome! This popular and beautiful biennial was introduced to this country from southern Spain in 1596.
Canterbury Bells seed was some of the first imported flower seeds grown in colonial American gardens. In fact, they date back to medieval times and are native to southern Europe. Campanula Canterbury Bells have always been valued for their showy.
Start these old-fashioned favorites from Canterbury Bells seed and enjoy the familiar bell-shaped flowers, held upright in long, loose clusters. Campanula Canterbury Bells are wonderful for garden color in late spring and early summer.
Rare, hard to find variety! Rose Quartz Multiflora produce numerous bunches of delicious pink cherry tomatoes. Large clusters of 100-150 tomatoes each mature in 75 days. Like the standard Rose Quartz fruits have the same nice deep pink, iridescent color.
This is a mid-season, indeterminate, large-fruited, new original variety of tomatoes with large, flat-rounded, tasty fruits weighing 800 to 1500 grams. The yield of the variety reaches 5-7 kg per plant.
This is an early ripe variety. The plant is short, 0.7m high. The fruits are pear-shaped, smooth, variegated, weighing 100 grams, very beautiful, of exceptional yield and disease resistance. Fruits are sweet, dense, fleshy.

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