Perennial and tropical plants that I would not quite call hardy. Many may survive outside given a warm area of the country but for most these are best kept under cover over winter.
This new scarlet flower on deep red/bronze foliage of Canna Tropicana is a real stunner! The leaves are almost as uniform and deep red as Australia and the flower, a deep scarlet contrasts spectacularly with the foliage. A new member of this superb strain of seed raised Cannas. In the first year they start flowering from June, given an early sowing in Jan to Feb. Plus they are quickly clump forming to 8 or 10 flowering shoots by the end of the first season! Semi dwarf to 3ft and ideal for borders or pots. The big attraction is that they are Canna virus free and the colour range is excellent. Easy germination.
Hardiest Pitcher Plant 10 seeds ■☻
Sarracenia purpurea is the hardiest of all pitcher plants, it is found in boggy areas of North America and can tolerate very low temperatures and can be grown outdoors in all parts of the UK. The purple pitcher makes a great outdoor container plant; they do best when placed in bright sunlight with wet summer and dry winter positions.
Germination -- Easy ■ Moderate ■ and Challenging ■
Backlog for Fresh Seed ♦ Flavour ♪
Hardiness - To -5°C җ To -10°C җҗ Fully Hardy җҗҗ
Needs Shady Position ☻ Sunny Position ☻ Water Loving ♥