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  1. Ylang-Ylang which means 'flowers of flowers', and is among the most celebrated flowering trees in the world.

    Cananga odorata 'Ylang-Ylang'

    The Perfume Tree, Alangilang, Ilang Ilang.
    £2.15

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    These rare seeds are for the world famous Cananga odorata tree. 'Ylang-Ylang' which means 'flowers of flowers', and is among the most celebrated flowering trees in the world. The blossoms are distilled to obtain 'cananga oil' which is used to manufacture the world famous Chanel No. 5.

  2. Canna indica is a superb tall strain with gorgeous foliage and bright vermillion blooms.

    Canna indica

    Canna Lily
    £1.75

    Canna indica is a superb tall strain with gorgeous foliage and bright vermilion red blooms. Growing to around 150cm tall, the wide banana-like leaves add a tropical feel to the garden. They are ideal to plant at the back of a border where they are in full sun, or to add colour to a partly shady area.

  3. With their lush tropical foliage and showy flowers, Canna make borders and beds come alive with their bright colours all summer long until first frosts.
    £2.95

    Canna 'Large Flowered Hybrids' create an undeniably tropical look, producing large flowers in hot colours in yellow, gold, fiery orange and red. With their lush tropical foliage and showy flowers they make borders and beds come alive with their bright colours all summer long until first frosts.

  4. Cardiocrinum giganteum, 'Giant Yunnan Lily'

    Cardiocrinum giganteum, 'Giant Yunnan Lily'

    Syn: Lilium giganteum var. yunnanense
    £2.50

    Cardiocrinum giganteum is a truly spectacular plant, which produces glorious vanilla scented, trumpet-like flowers on stems up two to three metres tall. Most gardeners agree growing this rare beauty is well worth the wait. I suppose you do have to be patient to be a gardener. We all know the longer we must wait for a beauty, the more we treasure it.

  5. Showing the best qualities of its parents, Echium 'Pink Fountain' is undeniably an eye stopper.

    Echium hybrid 'Pink Fountain'

    E. wildpretii x E. pininana. Tower of Jewels
    £2.25

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    This tall skyscraper of a plant is surely something that we could only believe could come from a boldly imaginative architect such as Norman Foster....but no, the hybrid Echium 'Pink Fountain' was bred in Devon. The result is a gorgeous 38cm (15in) wide, tapering tower of delicate pink flowers.

  6. Echium pininana is undeniably an eye stopper, a magnificent inflorescence with dense panicles of deep blue flowers
    £1.95

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    Echium pininana is undeniably an eye stopper, a magnificent inflorescence with dense panicles of deep blue flowers borne above branches of dusty linear leaves. The rosettes of large leaves are attractive even as a non-flowering plant and the flower spire can reach over 4m when grown in mild areas.
  7. Echium 'Snow Tower' is a rare white form of Echium is produced from June to September.
    £1.95

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    Originating from Guernsey, Echium pininana alba, also known as Echium 'Snow Tower' is a rare white form of the Tree Echium. A hardy biennial that grows a large rosette of silver-grey leaves in the first year, and a tall white flower spike up to 15ft high in the second year.
  8. Echium russicum is a remarkable species from Russia it has a unique flower colour for its genus.
    £1.75

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    For anyone who wants something different for the border next year, I should like to introduce Echium russicum. A remarkable hardy species that has a unique flower colour for its genus. In July to August multiple throngs of striking upright spires, bearing crimson flowers emerge from a basal rosette of hairy leaves.

  9. Climate change is partly responsible for this plant's popularity, but just as significant is our increasing sense of adventure as gardeners.
    £2.95

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    The lush growth, coupled with the large, glaucous leaves of Melianthus major has made it as fashionable as tree ferns. If you don't want to mimic the rain forest, try growing it amongst slender-leaved grasses and perennials. The plants add texture and provide a good background to bright colours in the garden.
  10. Ricinus communis 'Carmencita'
    £2.10

    Ricinus communis 'Carmencita' is an outstanding new variety with shiny dark brown foliage. The palmate leaves have deeply incised lobes and grow 30 to 75cm (12 to 30in) across. The plants have red stems and in late summer clusters of bright red blooms are followed by stunning scarlet seeds pods.

  11. Ricinus communis 'Zanzibarensis'
    £1.85

    This is a new and rather spectacular version of the Castor Oil Plant. Ricinus communis 'Zanzibarensis' is a fast growing, palm tree-like plant, it sports large green leaves and would be a splendid specimen for the back of the border. Be warned ... this remarkably architectural plant can grow up to 12 ft tall.

  12. Ricinus communis var. gibsonii is a compact variety with gorgeous dark red, metallic foliage.

    Ricinus communis is one of the best ways to quickly create a tropical effect in the garden. This remarkably architectural, fast growing plant. The huge leaves and interesting flower spikes add drama to borders and beds. The variety, gibsonii grows to around 150cm with gorgeous dark red, metallic foliage.

  13. Ricinus communis Impala grows to a reasonable garden height of around 90 to 120cm (3 to 4ft).

    Ricinus communis is fast growing, tall and dramatic with huge leaves and interesting flower spikes that add drama to borders and beds. 'Impala' grows to a reasonable garden height of around 90 to 120cm with gorgeous copper-red palmate leaves with vibrant red veins.

  14. Strelitzia reginae

    Strelitzia reginae

    Orange Bird of Paradise
    £2.25

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    The unusually beautiful shape and brilliant colors of Birds of Paradise have made these flowers not just a designer's favorite, but also a popular symbol of paradise. Strelitzia are not difficult to grow from seed – they just take time but once they flower, you will have to agree, they are well worth the wait!.

  15. Tacca chantrieri

    Tacca chantrieri

    Black Bat Flower, Bat Head Lily, Bat Plant
    £2.25

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    Tacca chantrieri was the first of the species to make a splash in the horticultural world. The cluster of luridly coloured flowers are the deepest maroon, almost black. They are also known as 'Cats Whiskers' after the long bracts that emanate from the flower scape.

  16. Tacca integrifolia

    Tacca integrifolia

    White Bat Flower, White Bat Head Lily, Bat Plant
    £2.30

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    This species of Bat Flower is similar to Tacca Chantrieri with two main botanical differences: The plants are taller, reaching about 120cm in height and have white bracts hovering over the deep maroon nodding flowers. The bracts are also beautifully veined with purple.

  17. The rare white form of the ever popular “Bat Flower” offers magnificent white, green veined blooms with long tentacles.

    Tacca nivea

    White Bat Flower, White Bat Head Lily, Bat Plant
    £2.40

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    Tacca nivea is the rare white form of the ever popular 'Bat Flower' offers magnificent white, green veined blooms with long tentacles. These marvellous tropical plants are also known as 'Cats Whiskers' after the long bracts that emanate from the flower scape.

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