Flavoured Nut Oil Tea seed oil (also known as tea oil camellia or oil-seed camellia) is an edible, pale amber-green fixed (nonvolatile) oil with a sweet, herbal aroma.It is cold-pressed mainly from the seeds of Camellia oleifera Tea seed oil (also known as tea oil camellia or oil-seed camellia) is an edible, pale amber-green fixed (nonvolatile) oil with
Dahlia Plants – Delight Mix Create an impressive display of colour with this superb double-flowered dahlia mixture. Produces bushy, mid green foliage and large flowers in a great range of colours. Height 30cm (12); spacing 30cm (12). Dahlia Plants – Delight Mix Create an impressive display of colour with this superb double-flowered dahlia mixture. Produces bushy, mid green foliage and
Early-flowering, densely-branching semi-dwarf 27 inch plants are easy to grow from seed and pay a summerlong dividend of gorgeous blooms. ‘Capriola’ draws admiration in flowerbeds, borders, and large patio containers. Amazing cut flowers for your favorite vase.
Cosmos Plants – Capriola A stunning new colour in this popular species: white flowers up to 8cm (3”) in diameter, with light red picotee and dark red centres. Ideal for borders or containers, it.
Cosmos, the flower, not cocktail, is a cure-all for cabin fever – A European garden award-winner, “Xanthos” offers 2-1/2 inch blooms on a compact, well-branching dark green plant that grows from 10 to 24 inches tall. The flower shape is classic cosmos, and the plant.
The flowers continue for months, and then they drop their seeds into the soil for another year of beauty! Capriola is super easy to grow and quick to bloom. Unlike the older varieties, it’s pretty compact, reaching just 2 feet high and about 18 inches wide.
Spring Symphony Bulbs – Mix Spring Symphony Bulbs – Mix A fresh mix of yellows and blues: narcissus tete-a-tete, muscari armenicum and iris reticulata blue to fill beds and borders and containers too. Flowers March-April. Value Plant Collection – Lucky Dip Dahlia Tubers – Kelvin Floodlight Kelvin Floodlight Dinnerplate Dahlia Click an image to see it above: Dinnerplate Dahlia ‘Kelvin