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Here you can find all seeds in alphabetical order. There are filters on the right you can use to easily find species that match your requirements. 

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Here is a full overview of our product range in Latin and common English names.  




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Gray Nickernut (Caesalpinia bonduc)

The grey, graceful seeds are used for jewellery and various mancala board games. The seeds grow in spinose pods on a tropical climber.

€ 4,50 p/5 seeds
Dutchman's Pipe (Aristolochia macrophylla)

The large, heart-shaped leaves give this species a high ornamental value. The large-leaved pipe flower is fully hardy and grows very nicely against e.g. a fence or wall.  

€ 4,00 p/10 seeds
Giant Carrion Flower (Stapelia grandiflora)

The red-purple flowers can grow up to 15 cm and grow on an easy-to-keep succulent.

€ 4,00 p/5 seeds
Giant Honey Flower (Melianthus major)

The large trusses produce sticky nectar to attract birds for pollination. The plant warns for its toxicit by producing a peanutbutter-like smell.  

€ 4,00 p/10 seeds
Gymea Lily (Doryanthes excelsa)

An Australian plant with clusters of bright red flowers on a long stem. Easily kept species at a minimum of 7 degrees Celsius.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
Golden Lotus Banana (Musella lasiocarpa)

The inflorescence of this species is overwhelming, with a big yellow flower that can bloom for a whole year and spreads a delicious smell.

€ 3,50 p/5 seeds
Helens Banana (Musa sp. 'Helens Hybrid')

This variety produces sweet edible banana fruits and can withstand low temperatures when kept at a sheltered place and packed with isolating materials.  

€ 3,50 p/5 seeds
Henna (Lawsonia inermis)

The red pigment henna has been used for thousands of years for colouring nails, hands and hair. With this plant, you could make your own henna paste!

€ 3,00 p/50 seeds
Hong Kong Rose (Rhodoleia championii)

A rare, winterhardy species from China with beautiful pink flowers that are naturally pollinated by birds.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
Dodder (Cuscuta lupuliformis)

An interesting, parasitic plant from Eastern Europe. The species climbs in host plants, takes some nutrients and forms an elegant chaos of red stalks. 

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Cape Gooseberry (Physalis peruviana)

An annual plant from the Andes with healthy vitamin-rich orange fruits. They can be eaten fresh from the plant, or can be processed in jams or salads.

€ 3,00 p/portion of seeds
Indian Thorny Bamboo (Bambusa bambos)

A large bamboo from the tropical forests of India, with sharp thorns and stems that fade from black to green. Suitable as a houseplant. 

€ 3,00 p/30 seeds
Indian Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera)

Beautiful water lily with large leaves and pinky white flowers. The plant can be kept outside, as long as the water around the roots doesn’t freeze.

€ 3,50 p/5 seeds
Injo Passionflower (Passiflora ambigua)

This species has even been grown by the Maya’s for their 5 cm large, orange-yellow edible fruits. The plants can still be found on old Maya temples.

€ 4,00 p/10 seeds
Jack Bean (Canavalia ensiformis)

Possibly the bean from the famous fairy tale of Jack and the Beanstalk. The stark white beans can be eaten. Annual plant.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
Jackal Food (Hydnora africana)

Bizarre, parasitic plant from South Africa which only appears above ground with its flowers. The flowers occur with sharp teeth in the video games of Super Mario, but aren’t...

€ 5,00 p/10 seeds
Japanese Pepper (Zanthoxylum piperitum)

Hardy plant from Japan. Fruits and seeds can be used as spice and pepper. For example with Japanse dishes. 

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Javan Cucumber (Alsomitra macrocarpa)

World’s largest winged seeds which can spread themselves over a long distance by floating. 

€ 8,00 p/seed
Job's Tears (Coix lacryma-jobi)

In Asia, the seeds are applied as grain and are sometimes used for tea or processed into liquor. It’s an annual plant with grey, pearl-like seeds. 

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Carob Tree (Ceratonia siliqua)

The seeds all exactly weigh 0.2 grams (or 1 carat). Formerly, they were widely used for weighing diamonds and gold. Container plant which can withstand light frost.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Candlebark Gum (Eucalyptus rubida)

Bark lasts long on the coloured trunk, causing the strain after a while to start looking like a candle. Originally grew in the southeast of Tasmania.

€ 3,50 p/portion of seeds
Kaki Persimmon (Diospyros kaki)

The orange-red persimmons ripen in autumn and originate from the Himalayas. The species is hardy and has been cultivated for centuries.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Calabash Tree (Crescentia cujete)

The large, round fruits are green and contain black pulp. Because of the hard, thick skin, they are used for wood carvings. Can withstand light frost. 

€ 5,00 p/5 seeds
Calabash Nutmeg (Monodora myristica)

The peculiar flowers are spotted red and yellow, and resemble the flowers of an orchid. This species originates in Africa and is very rare.

€ 8,00 p/5 seeds
Kalkora Silk Tree (Albizia kalkora)

A rare sleep tree/silk tree with white flowers which is hardy in a sheltered, sunny spot. At night, the leaves of this species fold over and close.

€ 3,50 p/10 seeds
Cinnamon Tree (Cinnamomum zeylanicum)

Cinnamon is the dried interior bark of the cinnamon tree and is used for all kinds of dishes and teas. 

€ 6,00 p/5 seeds
Welwitschia (Welwitschia mirabilis)

Very rare and bizarre plant from the desert of Namibia with two leaves that can grow for more than a thousand years.

€ 8,00 p/5 seeds
Cannonball Tree (Couroupita guianensis)

The large, round fruits are heavy and fall like a cannon ball of the tree when they’re ripe. Branches and trunk can be completely covered with red-yellow flowers.

€ 7,00 p/5 seeds
Kapok Tree (Ceiba pentandra)

Kapok is like cotton, but it’s the seed fluff of the kapok tree. A tall, topical tree that performs well as a houseplant.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Caper Bush (Capparis spinosa)

Capers are the unopened flower buds of the caper plant. A small container plant which may even bloom in the first year (min. temperature -5 degrees Celsius).

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Kukui (Aleurites moluccana)

The kukui or candlenut is used in the Malaysian and Indonesian cuisine. The nuts are very oily, so they can burn like a candle.

€ 4,00 p/2 seeds
Kentia Palm (Howea forsteriana)

The Kentia Palm has been popular as a houseplant since the 19th century, but only occurs naturally on 1 island east of Australia: Lord Howe Island.

€ 4,00 p/5 seeds
Curry Tree (Murraya koenigii)

The leaves of the curry tree are used in the Indian kitchen to make curries. The leaves can best be eaten fresh, and the plant can be grown as an indoor plant.

€ 5,00 p/5 seeds
Fever Tree (Cinchona officinalis)

The cinchona tree has been used as a medicine for fever for centuries and is best known to treat and prevent malaria. The species originates from the humid mountain forests of...

€ 3,50 p/10 seeds
Butterfly Pea (Clitoria ternatea)

The beautiful, deep blue flowers are used in Asia to colour tea and certain rice dishes blue. An easy climber for indoors or a greenhouse.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Kiwano (Cucumis metuliferus)

The flesh of the spiny fruits is green and tastes like a blend of banana, cucumber and lemon. They can be freshly eaten with some sugar.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Kluay Pa Banana (Ensete sp. 'Kluay Pa')

A rare species from north-western Thailand with rather short, broad leaves and a coloured midrib. Overwintering is possible at a temperature of at least 5 degrees Celsius.

€ 4,00 p/5 seeds
Cow's Horn Euphorbia (Euphorbia grandicornis)

This bizarre succulent makes angular, zigzagging stems with big spines that look similar to cow’s horns.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Cucumber Magnolia (Magnolia acuminata)

The green, unripe fruits resemble a small cucumber, and become dark red when they ripen. The yellow/greenish flowers smell delicious.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
Kona Coffee (Coffea arabica 'Kona')

Coffee from the Kona district on Hawaii, where fertile volcanic ground provides excellent soil for growing great coffee. It’s one of the most expensive coffee species in the world.

€ 4,00 p/5 seeds
Coral Tree (Erythrina arborescens)

A species from the Himalayas with beautiful orange-red flower clusters. Can be overwintered at a minimum of 5 degrees Celsius.

€ 3,50 p/5 seeds
Cockspur Coral Tree (Erythrina crista-galli)

The coral red flowers grow in clusters of up to 30 cm large. The plant originates from Brazil and grows well as a compact container plant, at a minimum of five degrees Celsius.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
Korean Perilla (Perilla frutescens)

An annual plant with very aromatic leaves that taste like a combination of mint and apple. The leaves can be used as a vegetable in a variety of Korean dishes.

€ 3,00 p/20 seeds
Red Lucky Seed (Adenanthera pavonina)

A species from India with beautiful, bright red seeds which are used in Asia for all kinds of jewellery.

€ 3,50 p/10 seeds
Black Hamburger Bean (Mucuna holtonii)

A tropical climber with creamy white flowers that hang from long stems, and are pollinated by bats. The seeds can float and are dispersed by the ocean all over the world.

€ 4,00 p/2 seeds
Touch-me-not Plant (Mimosa pudica)

An interesting plant to grow indoors, with small leaves that fold inward when touched or shaken. The movement is so fast that it scares away herbivores.

€ 3,00 p/20 seeds
Corkscrew Vine (Cochliasanthus caracalla)

A tropical vine with unusual asymmetric curled flowers that produce a good fragrance. Minimum temperature of 10 degC.  

€ 6,00 p/5 seeds
Coastal Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens)

The tallest living tree on earth, with the highest individual reaching up to 115,5 m in height.

€ 3,00 p/20 seeds
Lion's Tail (Leonotis leonurus)

This South African species produces orange flowers and can very well be kept as a container plant. A calming tea can be made of the leaves.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum)

Cotton has been cultivated for thousands of years for the seed fluff which is used for making textile. It’s an easily kept annual plant.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Lipstick Palm (Cyrtostachys renda)

This species is seen by many as the most beautiful palm species in the world. This is not only because of its unusual bright red trunk and leaf stem, but the leaves are also...

€ 4,00 p/10 seeds
Date Plum (Diospyros lotus)

Date plums are mainly produced in Central Asia and grow on a hardy tree. It is one of the oldest known plants in cultivation.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
Maca (Lepidium meyenii)

A biannual plant from the Andes of Peru with thickened belowground parts different kinds of medical implications.

€ 3,00 p/portion of seeds
Macadamia (Macadamia integrifolia)

Macadamia nuts are rich in healthy fatty acids and grow on an Australian tree that can be kept as a container plant in temperate climates.

€ 4,50 p/3 seeds
Madagascar Baobab (Adansonia madagascariensis)

This baobab from Madagascar comes with a smooth, brown-grey trunk and remarkable, bright red flowers. 

€ 5,00 p/5 seeds
Giant Redwood (Sequoiadendron giganteum)

The most massive tree on earth, with a thick red/brown bark to protect them from forest fires. The heaviest individual currently weighs around 2000 tons.

€ 3,00 p/20 seeds
Manila Palm (Veitchia merrillii)

A beautiful palm from the Philippines with a special trunk and naturally bright red fruits around the end of December. Hence also called Christmas palm. Well suited as a...

Maqui (Aristotelia chilensis)

The maqui is from Chile and has been cultivated for centuries by the Mapuche Indians. The berries are healthy and similar in taste to the blackberry.

€ 4,00 p/10 seeds
Marble Berry (Pollia condensata)

These wonderful blue berries reflect the most of all organisms in the world. Therefore they call them the juwels of the forest too. Small plant that can be cultivated as...

€ 8,00 p/3 seeds
Marula (Sclerocarya birrea ssp. caffra)

Well known from the South African liquor Amarula. The fruits can also be eaten fresh and contain 8 x more vitamin C than an orange. Animals love the fruits as well, and...

€ 4,50 p/5 seeds
Maypop Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata)

A hardy passionflower, with flowers in varying in color from pale white to pink and purple. The passionfruits are edible and very delicious.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
Medusa's Head (Euphorbia caput-medusae)

The meandering leaves make the plant look like the head of Medusa. It is the host plant of the parasitic plant Hydnora africana in South Africa.

€ 5,00 p/5 seeds
Mini Kiwi (Actinidia arguta 'Issai')

A self-pollinating, compact, delicious kiwi with high yields in a temperate garden. The smooth skin of the kiwi can be eaten, directly from the plant. 

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Miracle Fruit (Synsepalum dulcificum)

After eating these fruits, sour and bitter things taste wonderfully sweet. Lemon juice, for example, tastes like sweet lemonade.

€ 6,00 p/3 seeds
Swamp Clivia (Clivia robusta)

The swamp clivia produces special orange flowers with green tips and also does this quite easily as a houseplant.

€ 3,50 p/5 seeds
Mountain Swamp Gum (Eucalyptus camphora)

Hardy eucalypt which originates from swamps and floodplains and therefore can grow in moist soil.

€ 3,50 p/portion of seeds
Moringa Tree (Moringa oleifera)

The leaves and fruits contain many vitamins and minerals, and have medical applications. The seeds purify water and contain a high content of oil.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Morrisby's Gum (Eucalyptus morrisbyi)

A very rare and endangered species from the southeast of Tasmania. In a sheltered, sunny spot , the species is hardy up to -15 degrees Celsius.

€ 4,50 p/portion of seeds
Moso Bamboo (Phyllostachys edulis)

The biggest bamboo outside the tropics, which can grow up to a height of 28 meters. The bamboo is hardy and can be grown in the garden.

€ 3,00 p/20 seeds
Mudgee acacia (Acacia spectabilis)

This decorative Acacia species flowers extravagantly with bright yellow flowers. Sometimes the inflorescence is so heavy with flowers that the branches bend down.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans)

The seeds of the nutmeg tree are the source of two popular spices: nutmeg and mace.

€ 6,00 p/seed
Naranjilla (Solanum quitoense)

The yellow fruits taste like citrus and can be eaten fresh or can be processed into a refreshing juice.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Giant White Bird of Paradise Flower (Strelitzia nicolai)

A beautiful species from South Africa to grow in a tub, at a minimum temperature of 0 degC. The species produces white flowers with a light blue bract.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
Nepal Trumpet Flower (Beaumontia grandiflora)

A climbing container plant from the mountains of Nepal, with large, white trumpet flowers. Can be kept outside at a minimum temperature of -3 degrees Celsius.

€ 3,50 p/5 seeds
Noni (Morinda citrifolia)

The peculiar yellowish white noni fruits are famous for the healthy juice that can be made of the fruits. It is an easy plant to grow indoors.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Norfolk Tree Fern (Cyathea brownii)

The largest tree fern in the world, which can reach a height up to 20 meters in Norfolk. Can withstand light frost. 

€ 5,00 p/portion of spores
Ocotillo (Fouquieria splendens)

Desert plant with spiny stems and striking red flowers. Can be kept in a large pot at a minimum temperature of -15 degC.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus)

Okra is a well-known vegetable in African and Asian cuisine and gives a pleasant, spicy flavor to all kinds of dishes. Plant can be grown as an annual.

€ 3,00 p/20 seeds
Elephant Yam (Amorphophallus paeoniifolius)

Overwhelmingly beautiful flower that looks like the famous giant arum in botanical gardens, but can easily be grown.

€ 6,00 p/5 seeds
Elephant-ear Tree (Enterolobium cyclocarpum)

The national tree of Costa Rica produces brown, coiled pods with ornate seeds. The seeds are often used for jewellery and the natural way it spreads is as of today still unknown.

€ 4,00 p/5 seeds
Omea Gum (Eucalyptus neglecta)

The leaves of this eucalyptus are quite large and spread a wonderful fragrance. The species is hardy.

€ 3,50 p/portion of seeds
Annatto (Bixa orellana)

The bright red dye annatto is in the bristly fruit of this tropical plant from the Amazon and is used for lipstick and soap.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Hamburger Bean (Mucuna sloanei)

The seeds of this climbing plant have a hard seed wall, to protect them on their journey overseas. The decorative seeds are often used for jewelry.

€ 3,50 p/3 seeds
Purple Apple-berry (Billardiera longiflora)

Purple fruits taste like apple and can be eaten fresh or processed in salads. It’s a climber that stays small. 

€ 3,00 p/20 seeds
Purple Magnolia (Magnolia liliiflora)

A small variety of magnolia with purple flowers. The flowers disperse a delicious smell.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
Kaka Beak (Clianthus puniceus)

The remarkable red flowers look like the beak of the New Zealand Kaka, a parrot species. Performs well as a container plant. 

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Papyrus (Cyperus papyrus)

Besides paper, the stems were also used for the construction of boats, roofing and rope during the times of ancient Egypt. Papyrus likes to stand in a layer of water as a...

€ 3,50 p/portion of seeds
Bird of Paradise Flower (Strelitzia reginae)

The most well-known bird of paradise flower with beautiful orange flowers and banana-like leaves. Minimum temperature is 5 degC.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Desert Bird of Paradise (Caesalpinia gilliesii)

A very graceful species with pinnate leaves that close in the evening and that has red-yellow flowers which are followed by pods with red hairs. Minimum temperature -5 degrees.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
Passionflower (Passiflora actinia)

A passionflower with purplish white flowers and orange, sweet passion fruits. The species grows originally in Brazil and can endure lower temperatures to a minimum of 4 degC.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
Passionflower (Passiflora capsularis)

A small passionflower white flowers and red, ribbed fruits that burst open upon ripening. Can be grown as an indoor or container plant.

€ 3,50 p/10 seeds
Patawa (Oenocarpus bataua)

A tropical Amazonian palm with purple fruits that taste like sweet chocolate and contain an oil that resembles olive oil.

€ 4,00 p/3 seeds
Pawpaw (Asimina triloba)

Hardy species with fruits that can weigh up to 500 grams and are rich in protein and vitamins. The pulp is white and tastes like banana or mango. 

€ 3,50 p/5 seeds
Peronia (Ormosia krugii)

A tropical species with beautiful, red-black colored seeds that are used for all kinds of jewelry in the Amazon.

€ 3,50 p/5 seeds
Persian Carpet Flower (Edithcolea grandis)

The individual flowers of this species resemble the pattern of a Persian carpet. It is an easy plant that can tolerate drought well.

€ 4,00 p/5 seeds
Persian Silk Tree (Albizia julibrissin 'E.H. Wilson')

The most winter hardy Persian silk tree (sometimes referred to as Persian sleep tree) with pink-white flowers and leaves that close at night.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Peanut (Arachis hypogaea)

Grows quite pretty in a glass jar on the windowsill. Peanuts grow underground on stalks that grow from the flowers. 

€ 2,00 p/10 seeds
Peanut Butter Tree (Bunchosia argentea)

The red-orange fruits taste like peanut butter and can be eaten fresh or processed into jam or milkshakes.

€ 9,00 p/5 seeds
Pistachio (Pistacia vera)

Cultivate your own pistachio nuts, which are rich in vitamins and minerals! It is a container plant from central Asia.

€ 3,50 p/5 seeds
Plantain Banana (Musa x paradisiaca)

All bananas in the store come from hybrids of this banana. This is also a hybrid, however, this is a natural one between M. acuminata and M. balbisiana.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
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