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  1. Tetra Flowered “State Fair” is a lovely old series, a time tested winner that performs well in the garden and in the vase

    Zinnia elegans 'State Fair'

    Giant Tetra Zinnia

    Zinnias are back in fashion with a vengeance. 'State Fair' is a lovely old series of giant dahlia-flowered zinnias. A time tested winner that performs well both in the garden and in the vase. Sow successively from March to July for flowering until autumn.

  2. Zinnia elegans 'Scarlet Flame' feature large 10 to 12cm scarlet-red blooms.

    Zinnia elegans 'Scarlet Flame'

    Dahlia Flowered Zinnia

    Zinnia elegans 'Scarlet Flame' feature large 10 to 12cm scarlet-red blooms. They'll keep blooming all through a hot season. Growing 75cm tall, with thick straight stems that are less likely to bend when being cut. They make wonderful cut flowers and have a long vase life.

  3. Zinnia elegans 'Purple Prince' feature large 10 to 12cm (4 to 5in) purple blooms.

    Zinnia elegans 'Purple Prince'

    Dahlia Flowered Zinnia

    A favourite of gardeners and florists around the world, Zinnias are extremely easy to grow from seed and are the perfect flower for beginners. Zinnia elegans 'Purple Prince' feature large 10 to 12cm purple blooms. They provide colour from mid-summer to autumn and make wonderful cut flowers.

  4. Zinnia elegans 'Polar Bear' feature large 10 to 12cm white blooms.

    Zinnia elegans 'Polar Bear'

    Dahlia Flowered Zinnia

    Years of breeding have brought striking new colours, shapes, sizes, and to the humble zinnia. Zinnia elegans 'Polar Bear' feature large 10 to 12cm white blooms. Once popularly called 'youth and old age' because old blooms stay fresh as new blooms open, they grow to 75cm tall with thick straight stems.

  5. Zinnia elegans 'Illumination'

    Zinnia elegans 'Illumination'

    Dahlia Flowered Zinnia

    Zinnia are back in fashion with a vengeance. They are extremely easy to grow from seed and provide colour from mid-summer to autumn. They are the perfect flower for beginners and are a favourite flower of gardeners and florists around the world. 'Illumination' feature large 10 to 12cm (4 to 5in) pink blooms.

  6. Zinnia elegans 'Golden State' feature large 10 to 12cm (4 to 5in) golden yellow blooms.

    Zinnia elegans 'Golden State'

    Dahlia Flowered Zinnia

    Years of breeding have brought striking new colours, shapes, sizes, and growing habits to the humble zinnia. Zinnia elegans produces large golden yellow blooms, atop thick straight stems that are less likely to bend when cut. They make wonderful cut flowers and have a long vase life.

  7. Zinnia elegans 'Giant Cactus Flowered Mix'

    So named for their unique spiky appearance, Cactus Flowered Zinnias have semi double, large blooms each with re-curved, quilled and twisted petals, they bloom in a wide range of colours and form interesting textures in the garden or the vase.

  8. This mixture of many attractive low-growing sedum varieties represents a wide range of foliage types and flower colours.

    A mixture of many attractive low-growing sedum varieties representing a wide range of foliage types and flower colours. Low maintenance, durable and interesting, grow them on walls or banks, as a ground cover or as a green roof. Sedum strut their stuff where many other plants dare not venture!

  9. Sedum spurium coccineum is the most robust sedum for creeping spread and for floriferousness.

    Sedum spurium 'Coccineum'

    Dragon's Blood, Crimson or Two-row Stonecrop,

    Sedum spurium coccineum is the most robust sedum, with deep crimson blooms and bronze-green leaves. Low maintenance, durable and interesting, they enhance the appearance of green roofs, rockeries and containers. In July, dense clusters of showy crimson blooms smother the evergreen plants.

  10. Sedum reflexum typically grows up to 10cm (4in) high, the foliage resembling mini spruce branches.

    Sedum reflexum (rupestre)

    Reflexed Stonecrop, Love Links
    $1.75

    If you’re looking for a beautiful plant that thrives with virtual neglect, Sedum reflexum just might fit the bill. The small bushes spread over the ground and the foliage resembles mini spruce branches. They are at their loveliest spilling over edges of walls and rocks to create the illusion of a living waterfall.

  11. Developed for cutting 'Issac House Hybrids' bloom in a lovely mix of blue, white and lavender.

    Scabiosa caucasica 'Isaac House Hybrids'

    Pin Cushion, Caucasian scabious.
    Aka 'House's hybrids'
    $2.73

    Developed for cutting by James House 'Isaac House Hybrids' are well stemmed with large flat flower heads. They bloom in a lovely mix of blue, white and lavender and will flower the first year if started early. Their delicate presence is valued for the contribution they make in the garden as well as the vase.

  12. Delicate white petals surround a domed, central cushion, and the tiny white stamens emerge adding yet another beautiful detail.

    This clump-forming plant produces pleasantly fragrant pincushion flowers when newly opened. Delicate white petals surround a domed, central cushion, and as the flowers mature, tiny white stamens emerge adding yet another beautiful detail. The flowers have the most delicious sweet perfume reminiscent of honey and marshmallows.

  13. Scabiosa atropurpurea booms consistently throughout the growing season, from early summer and right through to late autumn.

    A prodigious bloomer and a tough, hardy garden performer Scabiosa atropurpurea grows quickly and is fast to flower. Rose-pink petals surround a domed, dark centred cushion, this invaluable plant will attract many butterflies and bees to the garden and would look as happy in a wildflower meadow as in a manicured border.

  14. Scabiosa atropurpurea is one of the longest-flowering and most glamorous of hardy annual flowers that you can grow from seed.

    Scabiosa atropurpurea is one of the longest-flowering and most glamorous of flowers that you can grow from seed. Easy to grow and fast to flower, this invaluable plant will attract many butterflies and bees to the garden and the long, straight stems will supply you with cut flowers throughout the season.

  15. Scabiosa atropurpurea is one of the longest-flowering and most glamorous of hardy annual flowers that you can grow from seed.

    A prodigious bloomer and a tough, hardy garden performer Scabiosa atropurpurea 'Tall Double Purple' grows quickly and is fast to flower. Large purple petals surround a domed, dark centered cushion with contrasting white 'pins'. The flowers have a sweet perfume and bloom consistently throughout the growing season, right through to late autumn.

  16. Scabiosa atropurpurea is one of the longest-flowering and most glamorous of hardy annual flowers that you can grow from seed.

    Scabiosa atropurpurea is one of the longest-flowering and most glamorous of flowers. A prodigious bloomer and a tough, hardy garden performer it is fast to flower and blooms consistently throughout the growing season. Perfect for cutting, the flowers have the most delicious sweet perfume.

  17. Scabiosa atropurpurea is one of the longest-flowering and most glamorous of hardy annual flowers that you can grow from seed.

    Scabiosa 'Dwarf Double Mix' forms a low mound of ferny green foliage. The short stocky plants grow 50 to 60cm tall and almost as wide. Large pincushion flowers, in a multitude of colours begin to appear in early summer and continue blooming non-stop into late autumn. Terrific for mass planting, edging the border, and especially in mixed containers.

  18. Saponaria is a superb flowering, pretty little plant that makes a low carpet for ground cover or for rock features.

    Saponaria ocymoides

    Tumbling Ted, Trailing Rock Soapwort
    Saponaria is a pretty little plant that forms a mound of bright-green leaves, smothered by starry bright-pink clusters of flowers. Use as a ground cover, in paving or rock features or allow it to trail over the sides of raised beds and low walls. RHS Award of Garden Merit.
  19. 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.

  20. 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.

  21. Pennyroyal has attractive whorls of lilac-blue flowers appear in mid to late summer, held above the foliage on stout stems.

    Pennyroyal, Mentha pulegium

    Pudding Grass, Pulegium
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland, Ancient Crop

    Pennyroyal is a cottage garden plant of old. This highly aromatic herb has a strong peppermint scent to its dark green leaves, even more so than other mints.With attractive whorls of lilac-blue flowers, it can be used to carpet a shady corner or make a 'lawn' smelling deliciously of peppermint.

  22. 'Pepperbox' poppies are one of the easiest ways to add a bit of architecture, and a lot of colour to your garden.

    Papaver somniferum 'Pepperbox'

    Florist Pod Poppy. Syn 'The Giant'

    With their impressive variety, spectacular blooms and strange seed pods, 'Pepperbox' poppies are one of the easiest ways to add a bit of architecture and a lot of colour to your garden. The glorious, papery-textured flowers bloom in a multitude of colours, rich purples, deep reds to pale lilac-pinks.

  23. This ancient form of cultivated poppy produces the most unusual seed pod of all poppies.

    This ancient form of cultivated poppy produces the most unusual seed pod of all poppies. The main pod is surrounded by masses of smaller pods. Primarily grown for their curious seed pods which are extremely decorative, they are much in demand for cut and dried flower arrangements.

  24. The Shirley Poppy was originally raised in the 1880's by the Rev. W. Wilks in his garden in Shirley near Croydon in Surrey.

    Papaver rhoeas 'Shirley Poppy'

    The True Shirley Single Poppy

    Originally raised in the 1880's by the Rev. Wilks in his garden in Shirley near Croydon in Surrey. The flowers are often likened to tissue paper, in colours from the brightest scarlet to pure white, with all shades of pink in between and all varieties of flaked and edged flowers.

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