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BIRDHOUSE GOURDS BIRDHOUSE GOURDS

Curcubita - These easy to grow vines will produce decorative hard-shelled gourds that can be hollowed out and used as a birdhouse. Hormally 20 cm in diameter, they can be grown grown larger by allowing only a few to grow per vine and pinchi... [ more ]

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BLACK EYED SUSAN VINE BLACK EYED SUSAN VINE

Thunbergia alata - Introduced to gardeners from Africa in 1827, this lover of cool temperatures and moist conditions will brighten up a window box or hanging basket with its perfectly formed orange or white blossoms and dark throats. Give... [ more ]

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CANARY CREEPER VINE CANARY CREEPER VINE

Tropaeolum canariense - (t. peregrinum) A very pretty, easy to grow climbing vine in the nasturtium family with bright yellow orchidlike flowers and showy 5-lobed leaves. This Victorian favourite was said to look like canaries in flight. D... [ more ]

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CHILEAN GLORY FLOWER CHILEAN GLORY FLOWER

eccremocarpus - A fast growing climber with green to grey tinted leaves that will grow 2m plus. The tubular 2.5 cm orange-red flower grows in racemes 10 - 15 cm long. They will flower well into Autumn. TYPE: Tender Perennial - Treat as a... [ more ]

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CLEMATIS VIRGIN’S BOWER CLEMATIS VIRGIN’S BOWER

Tangutica - A vigorous native climber that will grow 2 – 3 m in two years. The flush of nodding yellow flowers in late summer are followed by fluffy seed pods. Perennial.

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CREEPING GLOXINIA CREEPING GLOXINIA

Asarina scandens - Hummingbirds love this 2 - 3 m. vine that boasts rosy pink 7 cm long trumpet-shaped flowers that resemble snapdragons. Native to Mexico where it is called Hummingbird Vine, it can also be grown as a houseplant. Makes a... [ more ]

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CUP AND SAUCER VINE CUP AND SAUCER VINE

Cobaea scandens - Named after a Spanish Jesuit missionary who lived in Mexico in the 1700’s and collected botanical specimens; ‘scandens’ refers to the plant’s climbing habit. Branched tendrils at the end of each leaf allow this fast grow... [ more ]

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CYPRESS VINE CYPRESS VINE

Ipomoea quamoclit - Introduced to Northern gardens in 1629, this vine sports exotic feathery foliage and will climb 6 m if given well-drained soil and full sun. Hummingbirds love the same intensely red tubular flowers that bloom from mid... [ more ]

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EXOTIC LOVE EXOTIC LOVE

Mina lobata - Introduced in the 1930’s this annual climber has showy flowers, ranging from scarlet-crimson upon opening to yellow and cream in full bloom. The dark green three-lobed leaves are borne on vigorous climbing stems that entwine... [ more ]

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HOPS HOPS

Cumulus Lupulus - The rampant climber with deeply lobed foliage will quickly cover unsightly structures. It bears light green flower clusters which can be used in making beer. TYPE: Perennial ZONE: 3 - 9 LIGHT: Sun to light shade SOI... [ more ]

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HYACINTH BEAN HYACINTH BEAN

Dolichos lablab - White or purple 2 cm sweetly fragrant flowers reminiscent of wisteria cluster along this vigorous annual vine that can reach 6 m in one growing season. An added bonus are the dark purple pods that decorate the vine after... [ more ]

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LOVE-IN-A-PUFF LOVE-IN-A-PUFF

Cardiospermum - Also known as heart-seed or balloon vine. A perfect white heart can be found on the seeds inside the green capsules which appear to have been inflated like a balloon. Truly an unusual annual vine, the lacy, shiny green fol... [ more ]

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MORNING GLORY - Chocolate MORNING GLORY - Chocolate

Ipomoea tricolor - Growing to 2.5 m., this vigorous growing variety has 10 cm. soft chocolate coloured flowers. Very unusual. Not to be confused with their pesky cousin, bindweed, these annual morning glories are a nostalgic symbol... [ more ]

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MORNING GLORY - Crimson Rambler MORNING GLORY - Crimson Rambler

Ipomoea purpurea - Since the 1940’s this rare variety boasts trumpets of deep wine red that herald the dawn by unfurling their petals and thrusting skyward. Not to be confused with their pesky cousin, bindweed, these annual morning glori... [ more ]

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MORNING GLORY - Early Call MORNING GLORY - Early Call

Ipomoea purpurea - Large and early flowering, these plants blossom 3-4 weeks earlier than most and sport a mix of colours. Planted in full sun, they will grow up to 150 cm Not to be confused with their pesky cousin, bindweed, these annua... [ more ]

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MORNING GLORY - Flying Saucer MORNING GLORY - Flying Saucer

Ipomoea purpurea - Large white funnels with sky blue veins whirl open every morning to reveal a pale yellow centre. Introduced in 1960. Not to be confused with their pesky cousin, bindweed, these annual morning glories are a nostalgic sy... [ more ]

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MORNING GLORY - Grandpa Ott's MORNING GLORY - Grandpa Ott's

Ipomoea purpurea ‘Grandpa Ott’s’ - A treasured heirloom brought to Iowa from Bavaria and saved by the Whealey family of Iowa, this carefree beauty boasts a profusion of small deep-purple flowers with a red star and a glowing pearly red th... [ more ]

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MORNING GLORY - Heavenly Blue MORNING GLORY - Heavenly Blue

Ipomoea tricolor - Truly iridescent sky-blue 7 cm trumpets with white-yellow throats. The colour becomes mesmerizing in the twilight hours when whites and bright blues are at their most radiant. Introduced in the 1930’s. Ht. 3 m. Not to... [ more ]

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MORNING GLORY - Imperial Scarlet O'Hara MORNING GLORY - Imperial Scarlet O'Hara

Ipomoea nil - Not to be confused with their pesky cousin, bindweed, these annual morning glories are a nostalgic symbol of the cottage gardens of the “new world”. For twining up a porch, mailbox, fence, etc. these heat-loving beauties are... [ more ]

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MORNING GLORY - Moonflower MORNING GLORY - Moonflower

Ipomoea noctiflora - Another twiner, this variety of morning glory, introduced in the late 1800’s begins to flourish just before dusk, when the other varieties have begun to nod for the evening. Moonflowers present large, silky-white platte... [ more ]

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MORNING GLORY - Pearly Gates MORNING GLORY - Pearly Gates

Ipomoea purpurea - Perfect white fluted cones grow 12 cm wide and can reach over 3 m high. Stunning grown beside Crimson Rambler. Introduced in 1942. Not to be confused with their pesky cousin, bindweed, these annual morning glories are... [ more ]

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MORNING GLORY - Red Ensign MORNING GLORY - Red Ensign

Convolvulus tricolour minor - This is the red version of the old favourite ‘Royal Ensign’. Not to be confused with their pesky cousin, bindweed, these annual morning glories are a nostalgic symbol of the cottage gardens of the “new world... [ more ]

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MORNING GLORY - Royal Ensign MORNING GLORY - Royal Ensign

Convolvulus tricolour minor - Startling deep blue trumpets with a white star encircled by a yellow throat. A dwarf 'twiner', this variety will grow up to 2 feet long. Makes an excellent container plant. Annual. Not to be confused with th... [ more ]

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MORNING GLORY - White Ensign MORNING GLORY - White Ensign

Convolvulus tricolour minor - Pure white with a yellow throat. Not to be confused with their pesky cousin, bindweed, these annual morning glories are a nostalgic symbol of the cottage gardens of the “new world”. For twining up a porch,... [ more ]

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PASSION FLOWER VINE PASSION FLOWER VINE

Pasiflora coerulea - Native to tropical America, the Pasiflora was taken to Rome in the early 1600s. Papal scholars interpreted the 10 petals to represent the 10 apostles at the crucifixion of Jesus. The filaments represented the crown of... [ more ]

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SCARLET RUNNER BEANS SCARLET RUNNER BEANS

Phaseolus coccineus - Here’s a terrific dual purpose plant. Not only does it provide oodles of edible green beans that burst with flavour, this skyward climber will be covered in brilliant red flowers that the hummingbirds can’t get enough... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - Black Knight SWEET PEA - Black Knight

Lathyrus odoratus - First introduced in 1898, this vareity has extremely fragrant maroon and violet bi-colour blooms. A flower with a mystique exhaulted to almost angelic proportions is the heavenly sweet pea. The gardener’s love affair... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - Capri SWEET PEA - Capri

Lathyrus odoratus - An old Spencer variety with large, fragrant light blue flowers. A flower with a mystique exhaulted to almost angelic proportions is the heavenly sweet pea. The gardener’s love affair with Sweet Peas goes back to... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - Dwarf Villa Roma SWEET PEA - Dwarf Villa Roma

Scarlett Lathyrus odoratus - The descendant of a plant that dates back centuries, this scarlet-red dwarf sweet pea is great for pots, baskets or borders. It is a prolific bloomer that will give you a splash of colour and fragrance. A beauti... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - Everlasting Pea SWEET PEA - Everlasting Pea

Everlasting Pea Lathyrus odoratus - A cottage garden favourite, this perennial variety will climb its way up to 3m sporting 30 cm wide flowers of rose and purple. A hardy player, climbing along a fence, wall or just allowed to ramble in a... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - Flagship SWEET PEA - Flagship

Lathyrus odoratus - Dark blue flowers bloom from summer late into the autumn. A flower with a mystique exhaulted to almost angelic proportions is the heavenly sweet pea. The gardener’s love affair with the Sweet Pea goes back to 1699 to... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - Janet Scott SWEET PEA - Janet Scott

Lathyrus odoratus - From 1903, these with highly intoxicating perfume and pastel pink blossoms. 200 cm. A flower with a mystique exhaulted to almost angelic proportions is the heavenly sweet pea. The gardener’s love affair with the Swee... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - King Edward VII SWEET PEA - King Edward VII

Lathyrus odoratus - The year 1903 brought this sweetly scented, crimson addition. A flower with a mystique exhaulted to almost angelic proportions is the heavenly sweet pea. The gardener’s love affair with the Sweet Pea goes back to 169... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - Knee High Mix SWEET PEA - Knee High Mix

Lathyrus ordoratus - If you need a robust sweet pea that stays short, this is the one. This prolific bloomer that grows to 90cm ad bears a multitude of pink, purple, scarlet, rose and cream fragrant flowers. These sweet peas will bloom all... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - Lady Grisel Hamilton SWEET PEA - Lady Grisel Hamilton

Lathyrus odoratus - “Do I imagine or is it fact that lavender and mauve and purple Sweet Peas have the sweetest fragrance? There is an old variety called Lady Grisel Hamilton that is delightful.” writes L.B. Wilder in The Fragrant Path. Bre... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - Leamington SWEET PEA - Leamington

Lathyrus odoratus - From the Spencer Family of sweet peas, this variety has medium-sized, fragrant, lilac lavender blooms. A flower with a mystique exhaulted to almost angelic proportions is the heavenly sweet pea. The gardener’s love a... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - Mamouth Mix SWEET PEA - Mamouth Mix

Lathyrus odoratus - This “newer” version of the sweet pea was propagated in the early 1900s. It has similar growth habits to the old antique varieties but has larger flowers and is less fragrant. There is a rainbow of colours in the mix. ... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - Old Spice mix SWEET PEA - Old Spice mix

Lathyrus odoratus - An heirloom mix of flowers ranging in colour from bi-colour purple, pink, scarlet; rose to cream and renowned for its potent fragrance and exceptional heat tolerance. A flower with a mystique exhaulted to almost ange... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - Painted Lady SWEET PEA - Painted Lady

Lathyrus odoratus - Introduced in 1737, this intensely fragrant vareity is a carmine pink-white bi-colour. L.B. Wilder in The Fragrant Path writes “to pick them when the dew is still upon them. It is then when they are the sweetest and most... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - Prince of Orange SWEET PEA - Prince of Orange

Lathyrus odoratus - A pure orange version of this popular sweet pea. Some older horticultural books suggest that it was named in honour of the Dutch Royal Family – the House of Orange. A flower with a mystique exhaulted to almost angeli... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - Queen Alexandra SWEET PEA - Queen Alexandra

Lathyrus odoratus - in 1906, this deep scarlet shade quickly became a favourite. A flower with a mystique exhaulted to almost angelic proportions is the heavenly sweet pea. The gardener’s love affair with the Sweet Pea goes back to 1699... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - Unwin's Striped (Butterfly) Mix SWEET PEA - Unwin's Striped (Butterfly) Mix

Lathyrus odoratus - From 1887, these unusual heirlooms feature various coloured blooms that are striped on a white or cream background. A flower with a mystique exhaulted to almost angelic proportions is the heavenly sweet pea. The gard... [ more ]

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SWEET PEA - White Ensign SWEET PEA - White Ensign

Lathyrus odoratus - Developed in England in 1901. White Ensign boasts large, wavy, ruffled white petals. A flower with a mystique exhaulted to almost angelic proportions is the heavenly sweet pea. The gardener’s love affair with the Swe... [ more ]

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VEGETABLE SPONGE VEGETABLE SPONGE

Luffa cylindrica - This annual climber bears cucumber-like fruits that, when dried, becomes an organic bathing sponge. Grow them up an arbour or on a fence. Over the season they will grow 250 cm or larger. Harvest in the autumn andfinish dr... [ more ]

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