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List by Plants' Species A - Z

Here you will find all species listed in alphabetical order. Please refer to the regular category concerning quantity of seeds per package and detailed sowing and cultivation recommendations for each plant species
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 Aeonium Collection "Canariensae"

Aeonium Collection "Canariensae"

Special offer
Seven separate packages with a min. of 50 seeds each from:
=> Aeonium canariense
=> Aeonium cuneatum
=> Aeonium glandulosum
=> Aeonium longithyrsum
=> Aeonium palmense
=> Aeonium subplanum
=> Aeonium tabuliforme
=> Aeonium virgineum
The regular price for all eight species is € 46.92 - you save more than 45% on single packages!

Abelmoschus esculentus (Red Okra)

Abelmoschus esculentus (Red Okra)

150 (200)cm, Red Okra or Red Lady Finger is an annual to short-lived perennial with utmost beautiful, large pale lemon-yellow flowers above deeply lobed reddish leaves and up to 20cm long, deep red, finger-like seed capsules. These are taken unripe, watered for several hours, cooked and added to various traditional dishes from Africa to the Middle East and India as a vegetable. For any rich, well drained substrate in full sun and sufficient watering in summer at a minimum of some 20°C. Best cultivated as an annual vegetable at a constantly rather high temperature in a greenhouse or wintergarden. Not only for the edible fruits, but for the color as well, this is a splendid ornamental plantl. VII-IX.

Abelmoschus manihot (Aibika)

Abelmoschus manihot (Aibika)

150 (200)cm, Aibika, Sunset Muskmallow, Sunset Hibiscus, or Hibiscus Manihot is an annual to short-lived perennial with extremely showy and beautiful, large pale lemon-yellow flowers with a small dark center and pointed-oval, densely pubescent seed capsules above broadly lobed leaves. In Asia and Australia very young leaves and still smoothly pubescent seed capsules are used as vegetables, the semi-woody stem is used for being rich in fiber. For any rich, well drained substrate in full sun and sufficient watering in summer at a minimum of some 20°C. Best cultivated as an annual at a constantly rather high temperature in a greenhouse or wintergarden. VII-IX.

Abelmoschus moschatus (Musk Mallow)

Abelmoschus moschatus (Musk Mallow)

150 (200)cm, Musk Mallow oder Ambrette Seeds is an annual to short-lived perennial native of India with very showy and large, pale lemon-yellow flowers with a small dark center and flattened oval, densely pubescent seed capsules above broadly lobed leaves and musk fragrant seeds. In India and Asia very young leaves, still smoothly pubescent seed capsules and young flower buds are cooked as vegetables. Several plant parts are used in traditional medicine. The seed oil was used as a plant substitute for animal musk. For any rich, well drained substrate in full sun and sufficient watering in summer at a minimum of some 20°C. Best cultivated as an annual at a constantly rather high temperature in a greenhouse or wintergarden. VII-IX.

Abrus precatorius (Coral Jequirity Bean)

Abrus precatorius (Coral Jequirity Bean)

300 (700)cm, Coral Jequirity Bean is a climbing, woody perennial with feathered leaves, white to pale bluish-pink flowers followed by brownish seedpods with most ornamental brilliant scarlet seeds with a black spot. VII-VIII.

Abutilon grandifolium (Large-leafed Indian Mallow)

Abutilon grandifolium (Large-leafed Indian Mallow)

50 (120)cm, Large-leafed Indian Mallow is a biannual to perennial species with large, densely pubescent, heart shaped leaves and numerous slightly nodding, orange flower cups over a very long period. After flowering it makes some typical, upright hold seed pods. For any rich, well drained soil in a sunny spot throughout the year, reduce watering in winter and keep plants at a minimum of some 15°C. VI-XI.

Abutilon pycnocodon

Abutilon pycnocodon

80 (180)cm, makes a woody perennial shrub with showy pale pink flowers with a dark pink throat. For any rich, well drained substrate in a sunny spot throughout the year. In winter keep drier at a minimum of some 10°C. VII-IX.

Abutilon sonneratianum

Abutilon sonneratianum

40 (70)cm, makes a semi-woody perennial, low subshrub with nice orange-yellow flowers. For any rich, well drained substrate in a sunny spot throughout the year. In winter keep drier at a minimum of some 10°C. VII-IX.

Abutilon theophrasti (Indian Velvet-leaf Mallow)

Abutilon theophrasti (Indian Velvet-leaf Mallow)

120 (180)cm, Indian Velvet-leaf Mallow is a fast growing annual from South Asia with branching stems and showy yellowish- orange flowers above serrated, heart-shaped, pubescent leaves. Easily cultivated in any rich, well drained, rather rocky soil in full sun. Sow directly to the ground after the last freezing nights in late spring to early summer. VII-IX.

Abutilon vitifolium (Vine-leafed Abutilon)

Abutilon vitifolium (Vine-leafed Abutilon)

200 (400)cm, Vine-leafed Abutilon is a perennial, woody shrub with numerous, most ornamental bluish-mauve flower saucers above vine shaped, pubescent leaves. It is native of open spots in temperate forests in Chile. A fast growing species for any rich, well drained soil in a sunny (winter) to partial shaded (summer) spot. In winter keep drier at a winter low of some 7°C. VI-VIII.

Acacia acinacea

Acacia acinacea

2,50 (5) m, Gold-dust Wattle or Round-leaved Wattle has ornamental bluish green, oblong-elliptic to broad-ovate pseudo-leaves and lose golden ball-like flowers on long pedicles. Native of south-eastern Australia growing in sandy soils in open woodlands. VII-IX.

Acacia acradenia

Acacia acradenia

4 (7)m, has ornamental bluish green, elliptic to ovate pseudo-leaves and dense cylindrical spikes of bright yellow flowers. Native of arid areas in sandy, stony soils throughout N Australia. VII-IX.

Acacia ancistrocarpa

Acacia ancistrocarpa

2 (4)m, decorative bluish green narrow leaves and axillary cylindrical, dense inflorescences with rich yellow flowers. Native of tropical areas of Australia (Western Australia, New Territory, and Queensland), occurring in sandy soils. IV-VII.

Acacia auriculiformis

Acacia auriculiformis

7 (30)m, Northern Black Wattle or Ear-pod Wattle is a tall tree with linear to narrowly elliptic, falcate pseudo-leaves and numerous long inflorescences of bright yellow flowers. Native of Cape York Peninsula in Queensland and New Territory, Australia, as well as Indonesia. Prefers a sandy-loamy soil. IV-VIII.

Acacia baileyana

Acacia baileyana

3 (10)m, Cootamundra Wattle makes a fast-growing tall woody shrub to medium sized tree with ornamental, bluish-grey feathered-leaves and numerous, terminal and axillary bright yellow flower-balls. From the Temora, Cootamundra, and Stockinbingal district in New South Wales (Australia), where it grows in stony soils in open woodlands. VI-VIII.

Acacia bivenosa

Acacia bivenosa

1 (3)m, Two Nerved Wattle is a small woody shrub with beautifully colored bluish green, oblong-elliptic to ovate pseudo-leaves and several deep golden flower-balls on long pedicles. Native of arid regions throughout Western Australia, New Territories and Queensland, where it prefers sandy to rocky soils in shrub lands and open woodlands. VI-VIII.

Acacia brachybotrya

Acacia brachybotrya

1 (3)m, Grey Mulga or Grey Wattle makes a small, dense shrub with grayish green, asymmetrically oblong-elliptic to ovate pseudo-leaves and a terminal raceme of bright yellow flower-balls. From semi-arid regions in south-eastern Australia growing in rich, well drained soils. VI-VIII.

Acacia brunioides

Acacia brunioides

2m, Brown Wattle is a medium sized shrub with densely packed small, narrow pseudo-leaves and beautiful pale lemon yellow terminally arranged flower buds. Naturally occurring in mountainous areas in New South Wales and Queensland. VI-VIII.

Acacia calamifolia

Acacia calamifolia

2 (4)m, Wallowa or Reed-leaf Wattle medium sized shrub narrowly linear pseudo-leaves and several golden yellow flowers loosely arranged in terminal racemes. From South Australia (Flinders Ranges, Mt. Hack to Tothill Ranges) and New South Wales. Grows easily in any rich, well drained sandy to slightly loamy soil. VI-VIII.

Acacia conferta

Acacia conferta

2 (4)m, Crowded-leaf Wattle makes a medium sized shrub with quite short, narrowly oblong-elliptic pseudo-leaves and a dense terminal raceme of rich yellow flower-balls. Occurs in New South Wales to Queensland preferring dry sandy or loamy soils. V-VIII.

Acacia cretata

Acacia cretata

4 (7)m, tall single-stemmed shrub to medium sized tree with grayish green, falcate foliage and long axillarily born, rich golden yellow inflorescences. Native of Queensland (Great Dividing Range) in sandy to stony soils in open Eucalyptus woods. VII-IX.

Acacia cultriformis

Acacia cultriformis

2 (4)m, Knife-leaf Wattle or Half-moon Wattle grows a medium sized shrub with ornamental bluish green, short pseudo-leaves and densely packed, bright yellow, axillarily born flower racemes. From New South Wales (Narrundera) to Queensland (Stanthorpe and Inglewood area), where I occurs in sandy to loamy soils. V-VIII.

Acacia cyanophylla (Blue-Leaf Wattle)

Acacia cyanophylla (Blue-Leaf Wattle)

3 (5)m, Blue-Leaf Wattle is a tall woody shrub to small tree with richly bluish-green colored leaves and numerous, axillary bright yellow flowers. For any rich, well drained substrate in full sun throughout the year, keep drier in winter at a minimum of some 5°C. IV-V.

Acacia cyclops

Acacia cyclops

1 (4)m, Western Coastal Wattle is a medium sized shrub with grayish green narrowly oblong to elliptic or ovate pseudo-leaves and dense terminal racemes of bright yellow flowers. Native of sandy soils in coastal areas throughout Western Australia. V-VIII.

Acacia dealbata

Acacia dealbata

10 (25)m, Silver Wattle tree with smooth, grayish brown bark, bluish green to silvery green feathered leaves and numerous racemes densely packed with bright yellow flower-balls. Form rich sandy to stony soils in subalpine slopes and tablelands of New South Wales (Guyra, Tom Groggin, and Mudgee to Albury), Victoria and Tasmania. VI-VIII.