Catalogue 2012
Amateur & Consumer Market

ACANTHUS mollis
(Bear's Breeches)
Acanthaceae
AC-3250 white flowers tinged with pink on stout spikes, highly ornamental foliage, excellent for landscaping

ACHILLEA millefolium
Asteraceae
AC-4986'Flowerburst Lilac Shades F2' (SAHIN 2008) a pleasant cool blend of lilac, rose and pink shaded blooms

ACHILLEA ptarmica
Asteraceae
AC-5066'Double Diamond' (SAHIN 2010) mostly double, first year flowering, height 80 cms in second year

AGAPANTHUS praecox
(Lily of the Nile)
Alliaceae
AG-1130'Snowwhite' (SAHIN 2005) dwarf, pure white form, flowering in one year from seed, for pots and landscape. CS

AGAPANTHUS
(Lily of the Nile)
Alliaceae
AG-1030'Headbourne Hybrids' shades of blue or white flowers, hardiest of all, deciduous

AGASTACHE aurantiaca
Lamiaceae
AG-2005'Kiowa Sunset' (SAHIN 2012) butter yellow flowers, scented leaves
AG-2010'Navajo Sunset' (SAHIN 2000) abundant sprays of orange flowers, leaves scented
AG-2020'Sunset Yellow' (SAHIN 2011) wonderful, soft yellow colour, leaves scented
AG-2040'Fragrant Carpet' (SAHIN 2011) compact and uniform mixture including pink, rose, lilac, orange and yellow

AGASTACHE cana
(Mosquito Plant)
Lamiaceae
AG-2060'Heather Queen' (SAHIN 1989) fashionable heather-lilac colour, very showy, aromatic

Agastache foeniculum
see Agastache rugosa

AGASTACHE mexicana
Lamiaceae
AG-2122'Champagne' (SAHIN 1993) warm, champagne-colour flower spikes with a delightful scent

AGASTACHE pallidiflora subsp. neomexican
Scrophulariaceae
AG-2177'Rose Mint' (SAHIN 2008) freely branching, bright lavender-rose, scented flowers produced continuously

AGASTACHE rugosa
(Anise Hyssop)
Lamiaceae
Syn. Agastache foeniculum
Miscellaneous varieties
AG-2075'Golden Jubilee' (SAHIN 2002) AAS-2003, FS-Q 2002, bright golden foliage, blue flowers

AGASTACHE rupestris
(Sunset Hyssop)
Lamiaceae
AG-2090'Apache Sunset' (SAHIN 2000) deep orange flowers over aromatic grey foliage

AGERATUM houstonianum
Asteraceae
Miscellaneous tall varieties and mixtures
AG-4300'Timeless Mixture' (SAHIN 2003) long stems bear large flowers in purple, pink, blue and white

AGROSTIS nebulosa
(Cloud Grass)
Poaceae
AG-8050 creates an airy look to arrangements and in landscaping, hard to capture on picture

ALCEA ficifolia
(Antwerp Hollyhock)
Malvaceae
Syn. Althaea ficifolia
AL-7350'Antwerp Hollyhock' single flowers in various colours, rust tolerant, outstanding

ALCEA rosea
(Hollyhock)
Malvaceae
Syn. Althaea rosea
Annual hollyhocks
AL-8553'Blackcurrant Whirl' (SAHIN 2003) blackcurrant, double to semi-double flowers, fading with age
Single-flowered biennial hollyhocks
AL-8850'Jet Black' this is the traditional 'Nigra' with almost black flowers, very ornamental

ALCHEMILLA mollis
(Lady's Mantle)
Rosaceae
AL-1890'Robustica' (SAHIN 1983) best commercial cut flower form, green-yellow flowers CS

ALLIUM senescens ssp. glaucum
(German Garlic)
Liliaceae
Syn. Allium spiralis
AL-3360 ornamental onion with unusual swirling, glaucous leaves. showy, mildly fragrant flowers

Allium spiralis
see Allium senescens ssp. glaucum

ALONSOA warscewiczii
(Mask Flower)
Scrophulariaceae
AL-4925'Salmon Beauty' (SAHIN 2008) floriferous, elegant stems with salmon-pink flowers with yellow centre

Althaea ficifolia
see Alcea ficifolia

Althaea rosea
see Alcea rosea

Alyssum saxatile
see Aurinia saxatilis

AMARANTHUS caudatus
(Love Lies Bleeding)
Amaranthaceae
AM-0870'Green Cascade' AGM, pendulous, fashionable green-flowered panicles
AM-1515'Coral Fountain' (SAHIN 2004) unusual coral-pink flower heads, superb filler

AMARANTHUS cruentus
(Prince's Feather)
Amaranthaceae
Syn. Amaranthus paniculatus
AM-1212'Autumn's Touch' (SAHIN 2001) erect spikes of pistachio-green tipped with bronze, autumn cut flower
AM-1218'Autumn Pallet' (SAHIN 2007) blend of 'Autumn's Touch' and 'Hot Biscuits', excellent for autumn cut flower
AM-1520'Velvet Curtains' (SAHIN 2004) intense crimson foliage and inflorescence

AMARANTHUS gangeticus
(Chinese Spinach)
Amaranthaceae
Syn. Amaranthus tricolor
AM-1000'Illumination' bronze foliage with glowing scarlet with yellow coloured bracts
AM-1020'Molten Fire' colourful foliage plant of glowing crimson
AM-1040'Splendens Perfecta' splendid tricolour foliage, yellow, green and red coloured bracts

Amaranthus paniculatus
see Amaranthus cruentus

Amaranthus tricolor
see Amaranthus gangeticus

AMMI majus
(Queen Anne's Lace)
Apiaceae
AM-5750'Snowflake' (SAHIN 1992) classic filler, select, robust strain with large white heads

ANAGALLIS monellii ssp. linifolia
(Blue Pimpernel)
Primulaceae
AN-0420'Gentian Blue' (SAHIN 1990) AGM, superb brilliant blue selection

ANTIRRHINUM braun-blanquetii
Scrophulariaceae
AN-4310'Lemon Sherbet' (SAHIN 1999) pretty, white and yellow snapdragon, spreading habit, hardy

ANTIRRHINUM majus nanum
(Snapdragon)
Scrophulariaceae
Intermediate varieties
AN-6993'Circus Clowns' (SAHIN 1997) jolly mixture of all bicoloured varieties

ANTIRRHINUM majus pumilum
(Snapdragon)
Scrophulariaceae
'Mini Snap' series
AN-7670'Mixed Colours' (SAHIN 2001) compact bushy plants, very wide colour range, uniform

APIUM graveolens
Apiaceae
AP-3600'Zwolsche Krul' a celery that looks like curly parsley, ornamental and culinary herb

AQUILEGIA canadensis var. nana
Ranunculaceae
AQ-1440'Hummingbird' (SAHIN 2004) attractive dwarf form with red and yellow flowers

AQUILEGIA chrysantha
(Golden Columbine)
Ranunculaceae
AQ-1480'Denver Gold' (SAHIN 2005) golden yellow flowers, long spurs curving inwards towards the corolla

AQUILEGIA longissima
Ranunculaceae
AQ-6290'Yellow Bonnet' (SAHIN 2002) yellow flowers with straight, long spurs

AQUILEGIA skinneri
Ranunculaceae
AQ-6660'Tequila Sunrise' (SAHIN 1996) long-spurred, orange to coral flowers with yellow corolla tips

AQUILEGIA viridiflora
Ranunculaceae
AQ-7500'Chocolate Soldier' (SAHIN 1993) sweetly chocolate scented, green sepals, brown corollas

AQUILEGIA vulgaris
(Columbine)
Ranunculaceae
AQ-8208'Aline Fairweather' Nora Barlow type with rose flowers
AQ-8246'Miss M.I. Huish' dark violet double spurless flowers, excellent contrast in borders
AQ-8250'Nora Barlow' double spurless flowers, reddish with greenish tips
AQ-8300'Nora Barlow Mixture' superb mixture of all Nora Barlow type flowers
AQ-8420'Lime Sorbet' (SAHIN 2004) striking lime-green, double spurless flowers, most fashionable
AQ-8480'William Guinness' (SAHIN 1992) sepals almost black, contrasting white corollas
AQ-8590'Sunburst Ruby' wonderful brass-coloured rosettes and deep ruby-red double flowers
AQ-8650'Pink Petticoat' (SAHIN 2008) delightful pink and white double flowers

Arctotis fastuosa
see Venidium fastuosum

ASARINA antirrhiniflora
(Twining Snapdragon)
Scrophulariaceae
Syn. Maurandella antirrhiniflora
AS-0600'Coccinea' (SAHIN 1989) easily grown climber, masses of small red flowers
AS-0620'Violacea' (SAHIN 1989) small violet-blue flowers, attractive

ASARINA purpusii
Scrophulariaceae
Syn. Maurandya purpusii
AS-0700'Victoria Falls' (SAHIN 1990) salmon-pink flowers on pendulous strong stems, suitable for baskets

ASARINA scandens
(Twining Snapdragon)
Scrophulariaceae
Syn. Lophospermum scandens
AS-0710'Joan Loraine' (SAHIN 1990) deep violet-blue, showy and useful, easy climber
AS-0720'Mystic Rose' (SAHIN 1992) medium sized leaves, large bright rose flowers
AS-0735'Sky Blue' (SAHIN 1989) a charming sky-blue, large flowers, free flowering
AS-0740'Snowwhite' (SAHIN 1991) pure white form, fashionable and showy
AS-0750'Formula Mixture' a balanced blend of five colours

ASARINA wislizensis
Scrophulariaceae
Syn. Maurandya wislizensis
AS-0775'Red Dragon' (SAHIN 1999) impressive large crimson-red flowers on pendulous shoots, superb for baskets DW

ASARINA
Scrophulariaceae
AS-0800'Species Mixture' antirrhiniflora and scandens forms with white, pink, scarlet, violet and sky-blue flowers DW

Asclepias fruticosa
see Gomphocarpus fruticosus

ASCLEPIAS tuberosa
(Butterfly Weed)
Asclepiadaceae
AS-1940 bright orange cut flower type, long lasting perennial very adaptable

ASTER alpinus
Asteraceae
'Beauty' series
AS-6480'Beauty Mixture' of well matching varieties, including pinks and intermediates

ASTER novi-belgii
(Michaelmas Daisy)
Asteraceae
AS-6850'New Hybrids' complete colour range of modern hybrids, showy and long-flowering

AURINIA saxatilis
Brassicaceae
Syn. Alyssum saxatile
AU-9450'Compactum' deep golden yellow flowers, compact and neat habit

BAPTISIA australis
(Blue False Indigo)
Papilionaceae
BA-5010 AGM, ornamental glaucous foliage, lupin-like, blue flower spikes
BA-5015'Alba' (SAHIN 2009) immaculate white, lupin-like flowers on bushy plants with trifoliate leaves

BARBAREA vulgaris
(Rockcress)
Brassicaceae
BA-5220'Variegata' (SAHIN 2003) highly ornamental, golden variegated leaves 100% true from seed, edible

BEGONIA xtuberhybrida
(Hybrid Tuberous Begonias)
Begoniaceae
'Royal' series F1 hybrids
BE-5848'Picotee Mixture F1' (SAHIN 1999) of white, cream and yellow with red or salmon edges
'Show Angels' series pendula F1 hybrids
BE-6075'Formula Mixture F1' (SAHIN 1993) of all varieties with bicoloured flowers, superb

BERGENIA cordifolia
(Elephant's Ears)
Saxifragaceae
BE-9362'Winterglow' (SAHIN 2000) glossy foliage chocolate-coloured in winter, rose-red flowers

BERLANDIERA lyrata
Asteraceae
BE-9450'Chocolate Daisy' vibrant yellow daisies with chocolate stamens and a rich chocolate scent

BETA vulgaris v. cruenta
(Beetroot)
Chenopodiaceae
BE-9555'Albino Reselected' (SAHIN 1998) round white roots, with a good beet flavour
BE-9560'Bulls Blood' (SAHIN 1986) darkest leaved, ornamental and edible beet extensively used as baby leaf
BE-9562'Burpees Golden' non-bleeding, round roots, golden orange flesh, makes good borsch, sweet flavoured leaves

BIDENS ferulifolia
Asteraceae
BI-1750'Golden Goddess' (SAHIN 1994) bushy plants with many yellow daisies over a long season

BIDENS humilis
Asteraceae
BI-1775'Gold Coins' (SAHIN 2000) prostrate habit, golden yellow flowers over ferny foliage

BORAGO officinalis
(Borage)
Boraginaceae
BO-2560'Alba' (SAHIN 1996) showy, edible, pure white flowers, cucumber-scented

BRACHYSCOME iberidifolia
(Swan River Daisy)
Asteraceae
Miscellaneous varieties
BR-1110'Blue Star' (SAHIN 1993) FS-Q 1993 inrolled petals, violet-blue flowers, very uniform

Bracteantha bracteata
see Helichrysum bracteatum

BRASSICA rapa
Brassicaceae
BR-4320'Moutarde Rouge' (NEW 2011) red mustard, leaves great in babyleaf salad mix adding spicy bite

BROWALLIA americana
(Bush Violet)
Solanaceae
BR-6520'Sky Blue' (SAHIN 2004) showy light blue flowers, heat and drought tolerant
BR-6525'Snowwhite' (SAHIN 2004) pure white form, attractive, heat and drought tolerant

BUDDLEJA davidii
(Butterfly Bush)
Loganiaceae
BU-1650'Violet Butterfly' (SAHIN 1984) best progeny-tested violet seed strain, flowers first year CS
BU-1690'Butterfly Hybrids' (SAHIN 1986) excellent all-colour progeny-tested mixture CS

BUPLEURUM rotundifolium
(Thorow Wax)
Apiaceae
BU-5700'Garibaldi' (SAHIN 1993) strong and tall stems, excellent yellow and green filler

CALANDRINIA ciliata
(Desert Rockpurslane)
Portulacaceae
CA-0130'Blanca' (SAHIN 2011) whiteflowering 'red maid', seeds enjoyed by birds, excellent rockgarden plant

CALANDRINIA umbellata
Portulacaceae
CA-0165'Amaranth' the genuine stock, dazzling magenta-crimson, brightens up the garden

CALENDULA officinalis
(Pot Marigold)
Asteraceae
'Kablouna' series tall crested varieties
CA-0600'Field Grown Mixture' of all colours GS
'Touch of Red' series tall double varieties
CA-0629'Touch of Red Buff' attractive creamy petals with buff red colouration on the reverse side GS
CA-0638'Touch of Red Orange' attractive orange petals with buff red colouration on the reverse side GS
CA-0650'Touch of Red Mixed' mix with cream, yellow and orange petals with buff red reverse side GS
'Prince' series tall double varieties
CA-0770'Golden Prince' double flowers, upright habit, good for forcing and cutting GS
CA-0776'Indian Prince' (SAHIN 1983) upright habit, rays dark orange above, mahogany beneath GS
CA-0785'Orange Prince' double, clean traditional orange, upright habit, good for forcing GS
Miscellaneous tall varieties and mixtures
CA-0972'Neon' (SAHIN 2005) ultra double flowers with densely set deep orange petals edged in burgundy GS
CA-0976'Orange Porcupine' (SAHIN 2001) closely set, quilled petals forming spiky flowers, uniform and floriferous GS
CA-0978'Pink Surprise' fully double, salmon-pink flowers with a touch of orange, flowers over a long season GS
CA-1000'Cutflower Mixture' a colourful and diverse mixture of tall varieties in many shapes and colours GS

CALENDULA officinalis nana
Asteraceae
'Daisy' series dwarf single varieties
CA-0860'Apricot Daisy' (SAHIN 2002) compact plants, covered with daisy-like apricot-orange flowers GS
CA-0865'Golden Daisy' (SAHIN 2002) compact plants, covered with daisy-like golden-yellow flowers GS
CA-0870'Orange Daisy' (SAHIN 2002) compact plants, covered with daisy-like bright orange flowers GS
CA-0875'Lemon Daisy' (SAHIN 2002) compact plants, covered with daisy-like flowers in shades of lemon-yellow GS
CA-0880'Formula Mixture' (SAHIN 2002) of separate colours, single daisy-like flowers GS
'Pygmy' series dwarf double varieties
CA-0800'Apricot Pygmy' double, uniform and early, apricot shades GS
CA-0805'Cream Pygmy' extra-double, uniform and early, desirable modern colour GS
CA-0810'Golden Pygmy' double, uniform and early, golden yellow with dark centre GS
CA-0815'Orange Pygmy' extra-double, uniform and early, classic orange marigold colour GS
CA-0825'Formula Mixture' a fine and uniform formula blend of the four colours GS
Miscellaneous dwarf varieties and mixtures
CA-0910'Candyman Orange' large, fully double, deep orange flowers, impressive garden performance GS
CA-0920'Candyman Yellow' bright yellow, large double flowers, long flowering season GS

CALLISTEPHUS chinensis
(Chinese Aster)
Asteraceae
'Starlight' series dwarf varieties
CA-1730'Blue' (Dittmar 1992) FS-Q 1992 compact, base-branching, large spider-type flowers, early
CA-1735'Light Pink' (Dittmar 2003) FS-Q 2003 compact, base-branching, large spider-type flowers, early
CA-1739'Powder Blue' light blue, compact, base-branching, large spider-type flowers, early
CA-1741'Purple' compact, base-branching, large spider-type flowers, early
CA-1743'Rose' (Dittmar 1992) FS-GM 1992 compact, base-branching, large spider-type flowers, early
CA-1745'Scarlet' (Dittmar 1993) FS-Q 1993 compact, base-branching, large spider-type flowers, early
CA-1749'Formula Mixture' a mixture of separate colours, compact, base-branching, large spider-type flowers, early
'Contraster' series dwarf varieties
CA-1680'Pink' (SAHIN 2002) chrysanthemum-type flowers with neatly striped pink and white incurved petals
CA-1685'Red' (SAHIN 2001) flowers chrysanthemum-type, dwarf plants, neatly striped petals
'Milady' series dwarf varieties
CA-1675'Field Grown Mixture' mixed colours, uniform bushy plants with large round chrysanthemum-like flowers
'Lilliput Size' series tall double varieties
CA-3078'Blue Moon' (SAHIN 1992) upright habit, fully double, small pompon flowers, white with blue centres
CA-3084'Hi-no-Maru' (SAHIN 1992) upright habit, fully double, small pompon flowers, white with red centres
CA-3097'Moonshine Mixture' (SAHIN 1992) a blend of the small pompon flowered 'Blue Moon' and 'Hi-no-Maru'
'Pompon' series tall double varieties
CA-3368'Gusford Supreme' bright red with white centres, globe-shaped flowers with quilled petals
CA-3386'Ruckley Supreme' light blue with white centres, globe-shaped flowers with quilled petals
CA-3400'Field Grown Mixture' a great mixture of globe-shaped flowers with quilled petals, one colour and bicolours
'Sahin's Matsumoto selections' tall semi double varieties
CA-2181'Red Striped' (SAHIN 2005) semi-double flowers, upright habit, red flowers with white stripes
CA-2190'Violet Striped' semi-double flowers, upright habit, violet blue flowers with white stripes
'King Size' series tall double varieties
CA-2977'Appleblossom' upright tall stems, fully double large flowers
CA-2979'Apricot' unusual orange-apricot colour, fully double large flowers
CA-2983'Mid Blue' medium depth, true blue, fully double large flowers
CA-2987'Pink' fully double large flowers
CA-2989'Red' fully double large flowers
CA-2991'Rose' deep rose colour, extra large double flowers, upright plant habit, superb
CA-2995'White' fully double large flowers
CA-2999'Formula Mixture' of all colours, superb strain, fully double large flowers
Miscellaneous varieties and mixtures
CA-2200'Cutflower Assortment' (SAHIN 1998) fine mixture of long-stemmed varieties from all series, lovely for picking
CA-2295'Summer Bouquet Mixed' (SAHIN 2010) early Matsumoto-type, mix of red and rose shades with cool white

CAMPANULA lactiflora
Campanulaceae
CA-5595'New Hybrids' whites, pinks and blue shades, superb show

CAMPANULA ramosissima
Campanulaceae
CA-6600'Meteora' (SAHIN 2004) bushy plants covered in star-shaped, blue flowers with white centres PL

CARYOPTERIS incana
(Bluebeard)
Verbenaceae
CA-8665'Blue Myth' (SAHIN 2005) showy clusters of vibrant blue flowers against greyish aromatic foliage

CELOSIA spicata
Amaranthaceae
CE-4295'Xantippe' (SAHIN 1994) FS-Q 1994, early flowering, erect flower heads, pink fading to silver

CENTAUREA cyanoides
Asteraceae
CE-5650'Blue Carpet' (SAHIN 2002) spreading plants with greyish leaves, covered with small blue cornflowers

CENTAUREA cyanus
(Cornflower)
Asteraceae
'Midget' series dwarf varieties
CE-5580'Blue Midget' (SAHIN 1991) dwarf, base-branching, uniform, double blue flowers
CE-5582'Lilac Midget' (SAHIN 2010) dwarf, base-branching, uniform, double lavender-lilac flowers
CE-5585'Purple Midget' (SAHIN 1996) uniform, double, rich purple flowers
CE-5590'Red Midget' (SAHIN 1993) dwarf, base-branching uniform double red
CE-5593'Snow Midget' (SAHIN 1991) uniform, pure white double flowers
CE-5600'Field Grown Mixture' (SAHIN 1994) FS-Q 1994 mixture of the separate colours and pastel shades
'Standard' series tall double varieties
CE-4977'Black Boy' extra-select stock of deep maroon, double flowers
CE-4990'Red Boy' rose carmine, good doubleness, the old-fashioned red cornflower
CE-4993'Snowman' the pure white double cornflower, very attractive and fashionable
CE-4997'Frosted Queen Mixed Colours' extra-select, very varied double bicolour mixture, unique effect

CENTRATHERUM intermedium
(Brazilian Bachelor Button)
Asteraceae
CE-7200'Pineapple Sangria' (SAHIN 2007) violet-purple button-like flowers, foliage has a scent of pineapple

CERINTHE major purpurascens
Boraginaceae
CE-9760'Kiwi Blue' (SAHIN 1998) brilliant blue-tinged bracts and stems, purple flowers
CE-9770'Pride of Gibraltar' (SAHIN 1997) blue tinged stems with pendulous purple flowers

CHENOPODIUM capitatum
(Strawberry Blite)
Chenopodiaceae
CH-4270 (SAHIN 2000) large fleshy red fruits look like strawberries, good potplant

CHENOPODIUM foliosum
Chenopodiaceae
CH-4300 small red fruits, leafy, less spectacular than C. capitatum

CHRYSANTHEMUM carinatum
(Annual Painted Daisy)
Asteraceae
Syn. Ismelia carinata
CH-6220'Cockade' white with contrasting rings of red and yellow
CH-6230'Flame Shades' warm harmonious shades of red
CH-6240'John Bright' golden-yellow with contrasting dark centre
CH-6260'Polar Star' tetraploid, pure white with yellow ring around a dark centre, large-flowered

Chrysanthemum coccineum
see Tanacetum coccineum

Chrysanthemum maximum
see Leucanthemum xsuperbum

CHRYSANTHEMUM multicaule
Asteraceae
Syn. Coleostephus myconis
CH-8187'Moonlight' (SAHIN 1994) FS-Q 1994 cool lemon-yellow flowers
CH-8190'Sunlight' (SAHIN 1990) select stock, golden yellow flowers

Chrysanthemum paludosum
see Leucanthemum paludosum

Chrysanthemum parthenium
see Tanacetum parthenium

CISANTHE grandiflora
Portulacaceae
CI-6500'Brightness' (SAHIN 2008) basal silver-green rosettes with branching stems bearing bright pink flowers

Clarkia amoena
see Godetia amoena

CLARKIA concinna
Onagraceae
Syn. Eucharidium concinnum
CL-1500'Pink Ribbons' spidery, purplish pink flowers, base branching, refined yet showy

CLARKIA pulchella
Onagraceae
CL-2440'Passion for Purple' (SAHIN 1996) charming, deeply incised lilac-purple flowers, produced in profusion
CL-2450'Snowflake' (SAHIN 1992) deeply incised petals like pure white snowflakes, produced in profusion
CL-2499'Fairy Mixture' fashionable mix of purple and white

Clarkia rubicunda
see Godetia rubicunda

CLEMATIS chiisanensis
Ranunculaceae
CL-3037'Korean Beauty' (SAHIN 2001) pale yellow, nodding bells, reddish at base, attractive silvery seed heads CS

CLEMATIS mandshurica
Ranunculaceae
Syn. Clematis recta var.mandshurica
CL-3107 upright stems with multi-flowered panicles of scented creamy-white flowers CS

Clematis recta var.mandshurica
see Clematis mandshurica

CLEMATIS
Ranunculaceae
CL-3070'Helios' (SAHIN 1990) hybrid, lantern-like yellow blooms, flowers early, abundantly and long CS

COBAEA scandens
(Cup and Saucer Vine)
Polemoniaceae
CO-0100 AGM, vigorous showy climber with many large violet flowers, easily grown vine plant
CO-0110'Alba' AGM, vigorous showy climber with many large pure white flowers, easily grown vine plant

Coleostephus myconis
see Chrysanthemum multicaule

COMMELINA coelestis
(Spiderwort Blue)
Commelinaceae
CO-3400'Blue' brilliant blue flowers with three rounded petals, almost starry shaped, pepetual flowering
CO-3415'Alba' with three rounded petals, white flowers, almost starry shaped, pepetual flowering
CO-3420'Lilac' with three rounded petals, lilac flowers, almost starry shaped, perpetual flowering
CO-3499'Formula Mixture' well balanced mixture of the above colours

CONSOLIDA regalis
(Larkspur)
Ranunculaceae
CO-3796'Bicolour Cloud' (SAHIN 2001) bushy well branched, self-cleaning filler, violet-blue and white flowers
CO-3800'Blue Cloud' (SAHIN 1983) bushy plants, bear masses of violet-blue flowers, excellent filler
CO-3810'Snow Cloud' (SAHIN 1993) self-cleaning filler, masses of pure white flowers
CO-3850'Cloudy Skies' (SAHIN 2001) attractive mixture of above and more colours, elegant as a filler

COREOPSIS xhybrida
Asteraceae
'Incredible!' series
CO-5920'Incredible! Dwarf Mix' (SAHIN 2012) dwarfest variety within 'Incredible!' series, contains wide range of colours.
CO-5930'Incredible! Mid Mix' (SAHIN 2011) as amazing as Tall Mix, just a bit shorter
CO-5950'Incredible! Tall Mix' (SAHIN 2010) intensive breeding has resulted in new colours in this seed raised variety

COREOPSIS tinctoria
(Tickseed)
Asteraceae
Dwarf varieties
CO-5785'Gold Star' (SAHIN 1989) dwarf plants covered with golden yellow flowers, good for borders
CO-5790'Mahogany Midget' (SAHIN 1989) FS-N 1989, dwarf plants covered with mahogany-red flowers, long blooming
Tall varieties
CO-5850'Mardi Gras' (SAHIN 1996) FS-Q 1996 a festive mix of ruby-red and golden flowers, star-shaped petals
CO-5870'Sea Shells Gold' (SAHIN 2001) selection with golden-yellow tubular petals, long flowering season
CO-5880'Sea Shells Red' (SAHIN 2008) selection with mahogany-red tubular petals, long flowering season
CO-5890'Sea Shells Mixed' (SAHIN 2008) mix of bicoloured, red and yellow tubular flowers, long flowering season

COSMIDIUM burridgeanum
Asteraceae
Syn. Thelesperma burridgeana
CO-8850'Brunette' attractive golden yellow daisies with mahogany ring, superbly uniform

COSMOS bipinnatus
Asteraceae
'Fizzy' series
CO-9118'Fizzy Pink' (SAHIN 2011) lovely pink addition to the series with semi-double flowers
CO-9120'Fizzy Pink Dark Centre' (SAHIN 2011) semi-double pink flower with attractive dark centre
CO-9125'Fizzy Rose Picotee' (SAHIN 2009) exciting new Cosmos with semi-double, rosy white flowers with ruby edge
CO-9135'Fizzy White Picotee' (SAHIN 2009) elegant beauty of white, semi-double flowers with a pink picotee effect
CO-9145'Fizzy White' (SAHIN 2007) wonderful, clear white, semi-double flowers
CO-9150'Fizzy Formula Mixture' (SAHIN 2010) bubbling mixture of the several separate colours
'Gazebo' series
CO-9018'Pink' (SAHIN 1996) large pink flowers on bushy plants of intermediate height
CO-9020'Red' (SAHIN 1996) large red flowers on bushy plants of intermediate height
CO-9022'White' (SAHIN 1996) large white flowers on bushy plants of intermediate height
CO-9024'Formula Mixture' (SAHIN 1996) of the above colours in a balanced blend
CO-9025'Field Grown Mixture' of all colours, bushy habit, early
'Sea Shells' series
CO-9180'Sea Shells Red' (SAHIN 2008) trumpet-shaped ruby-red rays, floriferous with excellent uniformity
CO-9200'Sea Shells Mixture' (SAHIN 1986) our unique mixture with trumpet-like rays, very attractive
'Sensation' series
CO-8977'Albatross' very early pure white selection
CO-8979'Daydream' (SAHIN 1988) attractive colour combination, palest pink with a rose central ring, very early
CO-8980'Dazzler' bright crimson-red, early
CO-8988'Picotee' (SAHIN 1987) white flowers with rose to red picotee edges and veining
CO-8989'Pinkie' AGM, rose-pink with a tinge of lilac, early
CO-9000'Field Grown Mixture' grown as a mixture, extra-early, some intermediate colours
Miscellaneous varieties and mixtures
CO-9299'All Sorts Mixture' of mostly tall varieties suitable for cutting, gives a magnificent display

COSMOS sulphureus
Asteraceae
'Brightness' series dwarf, floriferous with duplex flowers
CO-9665'Gold' (SAHIN 2009) bright golden, duplex flowers produced in profusion, suitable for pots and bedding
CO-9670'Lemon' (SAHIN 2009) bright lemon daisies, produced in profusion, suitable for pots and bedding
CO-9675'Orange' (SAHIN 2009) bright orange, duplex flowers produced in profusion, for pots and bedding
CO-9680'Red' (SAHIN 2010) bright red, duplex flowers produced in profusion, for pots and bedding
CO-9699'Formula Mixture' (SAHIN 2009) bright mixture of freely blooming, easy to grow, pot and bedding plants

CRASPEDIA globosa
(Drumsticks)
Asteraceae
CR-2000'Drumstick' (SAHIN 1983) tall stems with terminal golden spherical flower heads CT

Cucurbita lagenaria
see Lagenaria siceraria

CUCURBITA maxima
Cucurbitaceae
'Winter Squash, Edible'
CU-2880'Triamble' superb grey-blue fruits of triangular shape, long lasting
Ornamental Gourds large
CU-2180'Turk's Turban' large multicoloured turban-shaped fruits, very ornamental
Ornamental Gourds small
CU-2310'Aladdin' small striped green, yellow and red turban-shaped fruits on compact plants

Cucurbita pepo
Cucurbitaceae
'Winter Squash, Edible'
CU-2885'Vegetable Spaghetti' (NEW 2011) cook whole and scoop out the strands, dress like any regular spaghetti
Ornamental Gourds small
CU-2320'Ball Bicolor' nice striped rounded small fruits, suitable for varnishing
CU-2330'Ball Orange' round orange fruits
CU-2350'Crown of Thorns' wonderful green and creamy white fruits with five incurved horns
CU-2360'Spinning Gourd' smallest pear-shaped fruit, grey-green stripes on green, hard shell when dry
CU-2410'Pear Bicolor' green and orange-yellow pear-shaped fruits
CU-2450'Ten Commandments' mixture of striped, mottled and multicoloured horned fruits
CU-2470'Warted Mixture' mixture of warted fruits, many bicolours

CUCURBITA
Cucurbitaceae
CU-3000'Formula Mixture Gourds Small' mixture of small-fruited ornamental gourds

CYCLAMEN hederifolium
Primulaceae
CY-1120'Mixed' mixture of whites and pinks with a variety of leaf forms and patterns, autumn flowering
'Speedy' series, fast flowering
CY-1130'Rose' (SAHIN 2007) unique first year flowering strain, rose flowers
CY-1132'White' (SAHIN 2007) unique first year flowering strain, white flowers
CY-1134'Silver Rose' (SAHIN 2007) unique first year flowering strain, silver leaves, rose flowers
CY-1136'Silver White' (SAHIN 2007) unique first year flowering strain, silver leaves, white flowers

CYMBOPOGON citratus
(Lemon Grass)
Poaceae
CY-7010'Lemon Grass' lemon grass, much used in oriental cooking CS

CYNARA cardunculus
(Cardoon)
Asteraceae
CY-7150'Porto Spineless' medium size artichoke flowers with green tinged purple bracts, spineless, for cut flower

CYNOGLOSSUM amabile
(Chinese Forget-Me-Not)
Boraginaceae
CY-7410'Mystery Rose' (SAHIN 1994) FS-Q 1994 extra-tall, rose-pink flowers, suitable for cutting

CYNOGLOSSUM zeylanicum
Boraginaceae
CY-7600'Chill Out' (SAHIN 2004) a cool mixture of brilliant blue and white flowers, long flowering season

DAHLIA variabilis
Asteraceae
Dwarf double varieties
DA-0425'Bambino Improved' (SAHIN 2003) early, uniform in full colour range
DA-0550'Redskin' (Waller) AAS-1975 dark leaved, fine colour range
Semi-dwarf varieties
DA-0850'Dandy Mixed Colours' collarette-type flowers in a wide colour range
Tall varieties
DA-1200'Bishop's Children' (SAHIN 1997) single flowers in rich colours, best seed strain in 2005 BBC Trials
DA-1250'Cactus Flowered' semi-doubles and doubles, fine colour-range

DATURA metel
(Horn of Plenty)
Solanaceae
'Ballerina' series
DA-7235'Purple' (SAHIN 1998) magnificent double, upfacing, purple trumpets, fragrant, superb pot plant
DA-7240'White' (SAHIN 1998) magnificent double, upfacing, white trumpets, fragrant, superb pot plant
DA-7245'Yellow' (SAHIN 1998) magnificent double, upfacing, soft yellow trumpets, fragrant, superb pot plant
DA-7249'Formula Mixture' (SAHIN 1998) mixture of the three colours, double, upfacing trumpets, flowers fragrant

DAUCUS carota
(Carrot)
Apiaceae
DA-7800'Purple Dragon' uniquely coloured carrot, deep purple skin with orange to yellow flesh

DELOSPERMA cooperi
Aizoaceae
DE-3000'Table Mountain' (SAHIN 2005) purple-red Mesembrianthemum-like flowers on flat growing plants MP

DELOSPERMA floribunda
Aizoaceae
DE-3200'Stardust' (SAHIN 2007) mat-forming, succulent plants, masses of lilac-purple flowers, white centres MP

DELPHINIUM xbelladonna
Ranunculaceae
DE-4035'Cliveden Beauty' clear sky-blue single flowers, elegant and fashionable
DE-4050'Oriental Blue' (SAHIN 1990) own selection from 'Volkerfrieden', gentian-blue flowers, does not fade
DE-4080'Steichen Strain' mixed colours, whites, blues, lavenders and violets, butterfly-like flowers

DELPHINIUM consolida
(Larkspur)
'Fancy' series, tall cut flower varieties
DE-5070'Blue Purple' (SAHIN 2012) amazing color combination of purple and blue
DE-5080'Purple Picotee' (SAHIN 2011) wonderful double flower with fancy picotee effect
DE-5090'Rose Striped' (SAHIN 2011) pink, rose and red double flowers all showing stripes on the petals
'Giant Imperial' series
DE-4930'Frosted Skies' (SAHIN 2003) improved form of FS-Q '93 winner, white with blue flames
DE-4936'Misty Lavender' (SAHIN 2010) slate grey double flowers, closely set on the strong upright stems
DE-4999'Formula Mixture' of the separate colours some additional ones
'King Size' series
DE-5392'Scarlet' (SAHIN 2001) long strong stems, large scarlet double flowers, excellent cut flower

DELPHINIUM xcultorum
Ranunculaceae
'Centurion' series F1 hybrids
DE-7299'Formula Mixture F1' mixture of first class varieties for florists and garden use
'New Century' series hybrids
DE-7500'Dreaming Spires F2' (SAHIN 1980) mixture of all possible colours and colour combinations, superb
'Pacific Giants' series regular quality
DE-6250'Field Grown Mixture' mostly blue, white and rose shades
'Raider' series F1 hybrids
DE-7250'Raider Blue F1' (SAHIN 2010) stunning bi-colour blue with white bee
DE-7255'Raider Pink Shades F1' (SAHIN 2010) superb spikes in shades of pink, rose and lavenders with white bees
DE-7310'Mixed F1' (SAHIN 2010) Sahin's high quality, economic choice with superb garden performance

DIANTHUS amurensis
Caryophyllaceae
DI-0290'Siberian Blues' (SAHIN 1990) cushion-forming plants with the most blue flowers of all Dianthus

DIANTHUS barbatus
Caryophyllaceae
DI-0795'Kaleidoscope Mix' (SAHIN 2011) bicolour mix including pink, lilac, rose, florets change colour as flower matures
DI-0950'Electron' re-introduction of this superb mixture, all colours with a contrasting eye
'Hollandia' series annual tall Sweet Williams
DI-0420'Homeland' (SAHIN 1990) classic dark blood-red with conspicuous white centre
DI-0440'Salmon-Pink with Eye' (SAHIN 1992) salmon-pink flowers with white centres
DI-0450'Scarlet' (SAHIN 1990) brilliant scarlet flowers
DI-0470'White' (SAHIN 1990) pure white
DI-0499'Formula Mixture' of four colours
DI-0500'Complete Mixture' (SAHIN 1990) FS-Q 1991, a superb colour range of Sweet Williams, flowers first year
Annual dwarf Sweet Williams
DI-0550'Rondo' superb bedding type in extensive colour range, long blooming season, quick to flower
DI-0560'Black Adder' (SAHIN 2005) crimson flowers over dark foliage, quick to flower
Biennial tall Sweet Williams double-flowered varieties
DI-0650'Cottage Perfume' (SAHIN 2008) excellent strain, high percentage of doubles in a superb colour range

DIANTHUS barbatus x caryophyllus
Caryophyllaceae
DI-1000'Sangora Mixture' (SAHIN 1987) wide colour-range of intricately marked flowers, very floriferous

DIANTHUS barbatus x chinensis
Caryophyllaceae
Miscellaneous varieties and mixtures
DI-2800'Large Flowering Hybrids' (SAHIN 2009) compact mix of large, bicoloured flowers, good for pots and bedding
DI-2840'Kensington Mix' (SAHIN 2010) unique double, bicolour mixture, compact habit, excellent garden performance

DIANTHUS chinensis var. heddewigii
Caryophyllaceae
DI-2110'Black and White Minstrels' (SAHIN 1990) large double black and white flowers, striking combination

DIANTHUS deltoides
(Maiden Pink)
Caryophyllaceae
DI-3094'Zing Rose' dense bushy plants with bright pink flowers

DIANTHUS xhybridus
Caryophyllaceae
DI-3300'Rainbow Loveliness' (SAHIN 1994) mixed colours, heavenly fragrant, elegantly fringed flowers
DI-3325'Spooky' (SAHIN 1995) long-fringed petals, striking appearance, white, pink and rose shades

DIANTHUS plumarius
(Cottage Pink)
Caryophyllaceae
DI-3880'Romance Mixture' finest strain of single-flowered pinks with the broadest colour range in striking combinations

DIASCIA barbarae
(Twinspur)
Scrophulariaceae
DI-5000'Apricot Queen' (SAHIN 2000) FS-Q 1999, apricot-salmon
DI-5005'Pink Queen' (SAHIN 1987) abundance of long-spurred pink flowers

DIASCIA fetcaniensis
Scrophulariaceae
DI-5110'African Queen' (SAHIN 2009) creeping, long flowering, covered with rose-pink flowers, rockgarden plant

DICENTRA scandens
(Bleeding Heart)
Fumariaceae
DI-5220'Golden Tears' (SAHIN 2001) choice climber, masses of yellow flowers, leaves finely dissected

DICRANOSTIGMA franchetianum
Papaveraceae
DI-5750 (SAHIN 1993) branched stems, bear large, deep yellow, poppy-like flowers, glaucous foliage

DIDISCUS caeruleus
(Blue Lace Flower)
Apiaceae
Syn. Trachymene caerulea
DI-6350'Lace Mixture' of the three colours, creates a wonderful soft and gentle effect in the garden and in bouquets

DIGITALIS xhybrida
(Foxglove)
Scrophulariaceae
DI-7166'Pam's Split' (SAHIN 2010) unique hybrid selection from Pam's Choice with split lower petals

DIGITALIS xmertonensis
Scrophulariaceae
DI-6850 AGM, tetraploid hybrid, large impressive raspberry-rose campanulate flowers on dense spikes

DIGITALIS purpurea
(Foxglove)
Scrophulariaceae
DI-7165'Pam's Choice' white with solid dark red blotch in throat, an impressive stature
'Candy Mountain' series, upfacing flowers, biennial
DI-7228'Peach' (SAHIN 2011) upfacing, peach flowers turning lilac as flowers mature
DI-7230'Rose' (SAHIN 2005) unique, compact plants, upfacing flowers around the spike in rose shades
DI-7235'Candy Mountain White' (SAHIN 2012) white upfacing flowers around the spike, with purple spots
DI-7236'Candy M Yellow' (SAHIN 2012) upfacing cream to light yellow flowers with purple spots
DI-7237'Mixed' (SAHIN 2010) wonderful mixture, upfacing flowers around the stem, compact plants
Standard Kinds - one-sided flowering
DI-7175'Sutton's Apricot' AGM, lovely fashionable colour, excellent for cutting

DIGITALIS purpurea annua
(Foxglove Annual)
Scrophulariaceae
DI-7210'Bondana Mix' (SAHIN 2010) early flowering mix of pastels, prolong flowering by harvesting stems

DIGITALIS purpurea ssp heywoodii
Scrophulariaceae
DI-7225'Silver Fox' (SAHIN 2003) attractive silver-felted plants produce several spikes carrying white flowers
DI-7226'Silver Fox Improved' (SAHIN 2011) more compact, uniform and better branching, for potplant production

DIGITALIS thapsi
Scrophulariaceae
DI-7250'Spanish Peaks' (SAHIN 2001) elegant short stems with salmon- pink bells, good pot plant, long bloomer

DIMORPHOTHECA pluvialis
(Weather Prophet)
Asteraceae
DI-7850'Glistening White' pure white with black centres, the classic white Dimorphotheca
DI-7875'Tetra Polar Star' purest white with blue centres, large flowers, strong habit

DOLICHOS lablab
(Hyacinth Bean)
Papilionaceae
Syn. Lablab purpureus
DO-3030'Ruby Moon' (SAHIN 1993) FS-Q 1993 showy climber, purple foliage, flowers and pods, good pot plant

DOROTHEANTHUS bellidiformis
(Livingstone Daisy)
Aizoaceae
Syn. Mesembryanthemum criniflorum
DO-6020'Sparkles Mixture' (SAHIN 1992) a mixture of bright and strong colours, dazzling in the sun

DRACOCEPHALUM canescens
Lamiaceae
Syn. Lallemanyia canescens
DR-2930'Blue Bird' (SAHIN 2004) grey-blue hairy plant with several ascending stems, lavender-blue flowers

DRACOCEPHALUM moldavica
Lamiaceae
DR-2950'Blue Dragon' clear violet-blue flowers in erect spikes all summer, scented foliage
DR-2955'Snow Dragon' (SAHIN 1993) pure white flowers on erect spikes, scented foliage, superb plant
DR-2959'Dragon Mixture' (SAHIN 1999) a fresh mixture of blue and white, scented foliage, a magnet for bees

ECCREMOCARPUS scaber
(Chilean Glory Flower)
Bignoniaceae
EC-2499'Tresco Formula Mixture' elegant climber with clusters of tubular flowers in tropical shades

ECHINACEA xhybrida
Asteraceae
EC-6499'Paradiso' (SAHIN 2008) improved stock with better ratio of first year flowering colours

ECHINACEA paradoxa
(Yellow Cone Flower)
Asteraceae
EC-6248 flowers with bright yellow hanging petals, around brown cones, popular perennial

ECHINACEA purpurea
(Purple Coneflower)
Asteraceae
EC-6300'Lustre Hybrids' (SAHIN 1990) mixed colours, complete colour range, pure white through deep red

EMILIA coccinea
(Tassel Flower)
Asteraceae
Syn. Emilia flammea
EM-5975'Scarlet Magic' (SAHIN 1984) small orange-scarlet flowers, wonderful strong colour

Emilia flammea
see Emilia coccinea

ERAGROSTIS curvula
(Weeping Love Grass)
Poaceae
ER-0359'Weeping Love' (SAHIN 2005) densely tufted grass bearing nodding, open panicles

ERAGROSTIS elliottii
(Blue Love Grass)
Poaceae
ER-0370'Blue Eros' (SAHIN 2003) attractive grey-blue leaves and plumes CS

ERODIUM pelargoniiflorum
(Storksbill)
Geraniaceae
Syn. Erodium trifolium
ER-6200'Sweetheart' (SAHIN 2005) cute, rose-spotted white flowers produced over a long season SC

Erodium trifolium
see Erodium pelargoniiflorum

ERUCA sativa
(Rocket)
Brassicaceae
ER-6510'Apollo' (SAHIN 2002) rounded leaves, excellent for salads, high in vitamin C

ESCHSCHOLZIA californica
(California Poppy)
Papaveraceae
'Bush' series
ES-3960'Pink Bush' (SAHIN 1996) FS-Q 1996, AGM, flowers in shades of pink over bluish foliage
ES-4365'Fire Bush' (SAHIN 1984) fiery orange-scarlet, long-flowering season, semi-double
ES-4369'Butter Bush' (SAHIN 2009) single to semi-double, butter yellow in the centre fading to lemon at the edges
ES-4385'Rose Bush' (SAHIN 1982) bright carmine-rose, abundant bloomer, tufted habit
ES-4397'Bush Mixture' (SAHIN 2008) mixture of the separate colours
'XL' series extra large and full double flowers
ES-4450'Peach Strawberry' (SAHIN 2012) fully double and extra large flowers in peach strawberry colour
'Thai Silk' series
ES-3910'Apricot Chiffon' (SAHIN 1994) FS-Q 1994, AGM, cream-yellow base with intense coral edging
ES-4354'Appleblossom Chiffon Improved' (SAHIN 2010) extra double, beautiful silvery-pink flowers
ES-4370'Milkmaid' (SAHIN 1995) FS-Q 1995, profuse soft cream semi-double flowers
ES-4378'Pink Champagne' (SAHIN 2008) unique soft champagne-pink on a cream base, extra double flowers
ES-4388'Rose Chiffon' (SAHIN 2008) wonderful, rose-cream, semi-double flowers
ES-4396'Chiffon Mixture' (SAHIN 2008) a wonderful mixture of all the 'Chiffon' colours
ES-4398'Strawberry Fields' (SAHIN 2003) yellow base with intense red edging
ES-4399'Formula Mixture' AGM, of the separate varieties
ES-4400'Field Grown Mixture' (SAHIN 1993) complete colour range, good habit
Miscellaneous mixtures
ES-4500'Jelly Beans' (SAHIN 2008) brightest mix of large, double flowers in shades of orange, rose, salmon and gold

EUCALYPTUS
Myrtaceae
EU-0555'Baby Blue Spiral' (SAHIN 1982) standard in quality foliage, round blue leaves, coppice, mostly juvenile CS
EU-0590'Boxwood' (SAHIN 1998) AGM, green-leaved, ideal filler, superb quality cut foliage, hardy, coppice CS
EU-0700'Lemon Bush' for container growing, strong lemon fragrance, insect repellent CS
EU-0805'Silver Drop' (Mauser 1981) AGM, amongst the hardiest, one of the standards in the industry, coppice CS

Eucharidium concinnum
see Clarkia concinna

FELICIA heterophylla
(Blue Daisy)
Asteraceae
FE-4700'Blue Skies' (SAHIN 1985) sky-blue daisies all summer long, dark centres

FOENICULUM vulgare
(Fennel)
Apiaceae
FO-5000'Smokey' (SAHIN 1982) red-leaved fennel, bronze-tinged flowers, use as herb and for landscaping

FRAGARIA vesca
(Wild Strawberry)
Rosaceae
FR-0560'Red Wonder' large elongated red fruits, sweet and aromatic, long season
FR-0580'Yellow Wonder' yellow fruits, best taste of all, birds do not touch

GAURA lindheimeri
Onagraceae
GA-8500'The Bride' AGM, elegant spikes of white flowers tinged pink, easy, yet graceful in modern landscaping

GAZANIA krebsiana
Asteraceae
GA-9550'Orange Peacock' (SAHIN 1994) pure orange, compact and early, distinct RS

GERANIUM albanum
Geraniaceae
GE-4850'Pink Candy' (SAHIN 2004) bright pink flowers with darker magenta veins on trailing stems, good ground cover

GERANIUM bohemicum
Geraniaceae
GE-4950'Blue Rhapsody' (SAHIN 2003) attractive annual with good blue flowers, quick to flower

GERANIUM pratense
(Meadow Cranesbill)
Geraniaceae
GE-5100'Pastel Palette' (SAHIN 2003) beautiful pale blue, pink and white flowers all summer long, showy foliage

GERANIUM sanguineum
(Bloody Cranesbill)
Geraniaceae
GE-5250 purplish red flowers over very deeply cut leaves, a beautiful plant
GE-5252'Album' AGM, masses of pure white flowers over dark green foliage, excellent for landscaping
GE-5255'Striatum' lilac-pink flowers with darker veins over dark green foliage

GERANIUM wallichianum
Geraniaceae
GE-5350'Buxton's Variety' AGM, pink round blooms changing into blue with white centres over reddish leaves

GEUM chiloense
Rosaceae
GE-8995'Red Dragon' (SAHIN 2003) large fully double scarlet flowers, superb selection CS

GLYCINE max
(Soya Bean)
Papilionaceae
GL-7979'Fiskeby V' reintroduction of this heirloom soya, good yields in northern Europe

GODETIA amoena
(Satin Flower)
Onagraceae
Syn. Clarkia amoena
Dwarf single varieties
GO-1299'Charivari' (SAHIN 1996) full colour range including bicolours, uniform habit, early-flowering, compact
Intermediate Azalea-flowered varieties
GO-0956'Cattleya' orchid colour with bright red markings, distinct
GO-0982'Orange Glory' deep salmon-orange, very bright
GO-0988'Rembrandt' deep carmine-rose and white, stable pattern, superb uniformity
GO-0990'Sweetheart' large, clear pink flowers on compact plants
GO-1086'Orange Glow' bright salmon-orange, effective
GO-1280'Ruddigore' deep red, attractive and long blooming
Intermediate single varieties
GO-0964'Duke of York' vivid red, quite bright, with satiny sheen
Tall single varieties
GO-0610'Aurora' (SAHIN 1984) delightful and distinct salmon-orange pastel, erect stems, cut flower
GO-0620'Furora' (SAHIN 1985) bright crimson-scarlet with satin sheen, erect stems, cut flower
GO-0630'Gloria' (SAHIN 1990) clear rose flowers, particularly attractive, erect stems, cut flower
GO-0640'Memoria' (SAHIN 1990) white flowers on erect stems, cut flower and good for landscaping

GODETIA rubicunda
Onagraceae
Syn. Clarkia rubicunda
GO-1500'Mixed Colours' full colour range, upright spikes, reselected stock

GOMPHOCARPUS fruticosus
Asclepiadaceae
Syn. Asclepias fruticosa
GO-2800'Cottonbush' (SAHIN 2003) pointed inflated pods, pale green tinged with brown, shrubby plant

GOMPHRENA globosa
(Globe Amaranth)
Amaranthaceae
Dwarf varieties
GO-4158'Buddy' dwarf, compact, excellent bedding and pot plant, violet-purple flowers CS
GO-4164'Cissy' dwarf, compact plants with pure white flowers CS
GO-4168'Dolly' dwarf, compact plants with lilac-rose flowers CS
GO-4199'Dot n Dash' formula mixture of the three, excellent for warm, dry climates CS

HELIANTHUS annuus
Asteraceae
Semi-dwarf F1 varieties pollenfree
HE-2104'Buttercream F1' (SAHIN 2008) new colour in spray-type pollenfree, sunflower, very early GS
HE-2134'Little Dorrit F1' (SAHIN 1998) sizeable golden flowers on short single stemmed plant, good for landscaping GS
HE-2138'Mezzulah F1' (SAHIN 1999) semi-dwarf, single stemmed, flowers with yellow petals and brown discs GS
Tall F1 cut flower varieties pollenfree
HE-2149'Summer Breeze F1' (SAHIN 2009) early, single stem, flowers golden-yellow with green discs GS
Tall F1 branching varieties pollenfree
HE-2112'Claret F1' (SAHIN 1998) AGM, dark wine-red flowers, produced over a long season GS
HE-2145'Orange Mahogany Bicolour F1' (SAHIN 2001) striking bicolour in orange-yellow with dark central ring GS
HE-2148'Solar Power F1' (SAHIN 2004) maroon discs at the base of orange tipped mahogany petals, sharp contrast GS
HE-2175'Ruby F1' (SAHIN 2001) abundant deep ruby flowers, very attractive for the border or cutting GS
Tall F1 mixtures pollenfree
HE-2136'Magic Roundabout F1' (SAHIN 2000) delightful pastel mixture of small multicoloured flowers, branched GS
HE-2400'Summertime Mixture F1' of all colours and forms, pollenfree, single stemmed and branched
HE-2425'Calypso F1' (SAHIN 2008) branched reds and bicolours in cream, gold and lemon with red, long flowering
HE-2450'Harlequin F1' (SAHIN 2005) unique mixture of all pollenfree bicolours, branched, long flowering
Dwarf varieties
HE-1945'Garden Statement' (SAHIN 2008) large, lemon-yellow duplex flowers with dark discs, top branching
HE-1950'Irish Eyes' (SAHIN 1998) branched stems, small leaves, yellow petals with green heart, good for pots
HE-1970'Sunspot' (SAHIN 1989) PVP golden yellow single giant flowers, yellow centres, good foliage
Tall single cut flower varieties
HE-2335'Lemon Queen' (SAHIN 1988) wonderful fashionable lemon-yellow, most sought after
HE-2367'Sunshine' golden yellow flowers with dark centres on tall branched stems, unique uniformity
HE-2375'Taiyo' special single stem cut flower strain, golden yellow with black centres, superb
HE-2385'Velvet Queen' (SAHIN 1988) dark velvety crimson, distinct and attractive
Tall double cut flower varieties
HE-2345'Orange Sun' (SAHIN 1987) high percentage of double golden-orange flowers, single stem
Extra-tall varieties
HE-2310'Mongolian Giant' (SAHIN 2008) extra tall sunflower for competition growing, longest seed of all
HE-2377'Titan' (SAHIN 1996) uniform and much improved 'Uniflorus Giganteus', largest seed of all

HELIANTHUS argophyllus
Asteraceae
HE-2610'Gold & Silver' (SAHIN 1989) unique silvery felted leaves, small yellow flowers on branched stems

HELIANTHUS debilis
Asteraceae
HE-2820'Sunny Babe' (SAHIN 2008) masses of small yellow flowers with black centres on branched plants

HELIANTHUS debilis ssp. cucumerifolius
Asteraceae
HE-2765'Italian White' (SAHIN 1984) creamy white flowers with black centres, superb quality
HE-2767'Italian Green Heart' (SAHIN 2005) creamy white flowers with contrasting green centres
HE-2800'New Hybrids' improved colour range, whites to golden and bronze to crimson

HELICHRYSUM bracteatum
(Everlasting Flower)
Asteraceae
Syn. Bracteantha bracteata
'King Size' series
HE-3245'Golden' deep golden yellow, large flowers, good doubleness
HE-3255'Orange' clear bronzy-orange, bright and strong colour of popular use
HE-3260'Red' deep crimson-red
HE-3265'Rose' bright clear rose colour, very popular and useful
HE-3280'Silvery Rose' (SAHIN 1979) pink tinged rose, overlaid silvery white
HE-3285'Silvery White' (SAHIN 1987) most popular of all, excellent white
HE-3299'Formula Mixture' of separate colours, good doubleness

HELIOPSIS helianthoides scabra
Asteraceae
HE-5010'Sunburst' (SAHIN 2010) floriferous perennial, golden-yellow blooms, luminous against the variegated foliage

HEUCHERA micrantha
Saxifragaceae
HE-9780'Palace Purple' (SAHIN 1984) AGM, creamy flowers, purple foliage, superb uniformity

HIBISCUS acetosella
Malvaceae
Syn. Hibiscus eetveldeanus
HI-2975'Red Shield' (SAHIN 2002) red leaved, feature plant for summer bedding, burgundy flowers, warm climates

Hibiscus eetveldeanus
see Hibiscus acetosella

HIBISCUS sabdariffa
Malvaceae
'Jamaican Cocktail' series
HI-3350'Purple Cocktail' (SAHIN 2002) tall straight stems carry the well-spaced deep purple-red, inflated fruits
HI-3360'Red Cocktail' (SAHIN 2002) tall straight stems carry the well spaced light red, inflated fruits

IPOMOEA x imperialis
Convolvulaceae
IP-6000'Sunrise Serenade' (SAHIN 2003) beautiful double ruby-red flowers, strong growth, striking climber

IPOMOEA x multifida
(Cardinal Climber)
Convolvulaceae
Syn. Ipomoea sloteri
IP-4900'Cardinal Climber' red flowers, divided leaves, very attractive climber, suitable for pots

IPOMOEA nil
(Morning Glory)
Convolvulaceae
IP-4730'Grandpa Ott' heirloom variety, flowers blue-purple with darker purple bands, elegant
IP-4760'Milky Way' (SAHIN 1999) white flowers with delicate purple star
IP-4800'Zeeland Hybrids Mix' extensive colour range in this field grown mixture

IPOMOEA purpurea
(Morning Glory)
Convolvulaceae
IP-4715'Crimson Rambler' vigorous climber with large red flowers

IPOMOEA quamoclit
(Cypress Vine)
Convolvulaceae
Syn. Quamoclit pennata
'Feather' series
IP-4820'Red Feather' (SAHIN 2001) fine cut leaves, tubular five-lobed red flowers, climber for sunny sites or pots
IP-4830'Rose Feather' (SAHIN 2001) fine cut leaves, tubular five-lobed pink flowers
IP-4840'White Feather' (SAHIN 2001) fine cut leaves, tubular five-lobed white flowers
IP-4850'Mixed Feathers' (SAHIN 2001) mixture of three colours, excellent veining pot plant

Ipomoea rubro-caerulea
see Ipomoea tricolor

IPOMOEA tricolor
(Morning Glory)
Convolvulaceae
Syn. Ipomoea rubro-caerulea
IP-4915'Candy Pink' (SAHIN 2005) attractive, large pink flower, veining pot plant
IP-4920'Clarke's Heavenly Blue' AGM, the unique sky-blue morning glory, a classic, select stock
IP-4935'Flying Saucers' sky-blue with white stripes, unique, select stock
IP-4980'Pearly Gates' (Ferry Morse) AAS-1942, pure white flowers, beautiful, select stock

Ipomoea xsloteri
see Ipomoea x multifida

Ismelia carinata
see Chrysanthemum carinatum

ISOTOMA axillaris
Campanulaceae
Syn. Laurentia axillaris
IS-5910'Blue Star' (SAHIN 1997) star-shaped blue flowers produced in abundance, uniform, excellent for baskets
IS-5925'White Star' (SAHIN 1997) star-shaped white flowers on uniform compact plants, the earliest to bloom
IS-5935'Rose Star' (SAHIN 1998) star-shaped soft pink flowers, compact plants, later than the other two colours

KNAUTIA macedonica
Dipsacaceae
KN-2975'Red Cherries' (SAHIN 2003) showy deep red-purple, a classic border plant, flowers throughout Summer
KN-2990'Watercolours' (SAHIN 2002) mixture of soft purple, mauve red and pinks, long flowering period to frost

Lablab purpureus
see Dolichos lablab

LAGENARIA siceraria
Cucurbitaceae
Ornamental Gourds large
LA-1917'Dinosaur' green fruits with wing-link projections, curved necks, swan-like appearance
LA-1920'Dipper' a dipper strain with a slender neck, smooth surface

LAGERSTROEMIA indica
(Crape Myrtle)
lythraceae
'Little Chief' series
LA-2280'Purple' (SAHIN 2002) dwarf crape myrtle, flowers in four months from seed, purple flowers
LA-2285'Red' (SAHIN 2002) dwarf crape myrtle, flowers in four months from seed, red flowers

LAGURUS ovatus
(Hare's Tail)
Poaceae
LA-2900'Bunny Tails' (SAHIN 1993) FS-Q 1993, the shortest selection, good for pots, tactile CS

Lallemanyia canescens
see Dracocephalum canescens

LATHYRUS odoratus
Papilionaceae
'Cupid' series, flat, spreading habit, ideal for pots and baskets
LA-7730'Cupid Cherry' cherry-red flowers, bushy habit, suitable as ground cover
LA-7735'Cupid Pink' AGM, bicoloured pink and white flowers, scented, bushy habit
LA-7736'Cupid Purple' purple flowers, bushy habit, suitable as ground cover
LA-7738'Cupid Rose' rose flowers, bushy habit, suitable as ground cover
LA-7739'Cupid White' white flowers, bushy habit, suitable as ground cover
LA-7740'Cupid Mixed Colours' mixture of the above colours and shades, scented, bushy habit
'Heirloom Grandiflora'varieties
LA-6503'America' sparkling red flake, white with vermilion streaks, scented
LA-6521'Cupani' the original sweet pea, deep maroon standard, white at the base, wings mauve, very fragrant
LA-6551'Matucana' deep purple standard with bluish-mauve wings, very fragrant
LA-6571'Queen Alexandria' carmine-vermilion standard with deep carmine rose wings, scented
'Spencer' series
LA-6887'Arthur Hellyer' lavender-blue, frilly blooms, strong stems, very fragrant
LA-6929'Blue Ripple' frilly flowers, white with blue flecks
LA-7067'Frolic' pretty rose picotee on cream base, flowers open cream, slightly ruffled
LA-7200'Mars' brilliant scarlet speckles and wired on a white background
LA-7211'Midnight' dark chocolate with a bright purple flash at the base, wonderful deep dark colour
LA-7255'Nimbus' greyish white flowers with streaks of inky blue-black
LA-7271'Old Times' wonderful lime-cream flowers with a blue tinge and veins, strongly scented
LA-7329'Pulsar' lilac speckled and wired on a cream background
LA-7465'Wiltshire Ripple' burgundy coloured swirls on a cream background
LA-7497'Unwin's Stripes' field grown mixture of striped and mottled varieties
LA-7498'Ripple Formula Mixture' a superb blend of striped, mottled, veined flake-type Spencer varieties

Laurentia axillaris
see Isotoma axillaris

LAVANDULA lanata
Lamiaceae
LA-8140'Woolly Lavender' (NEW 2011) attractive foliage covered with fine silvery hairs during 1st year, flowers 2nd year

LAVANDULA multifida
(Fern Leaf Lavender)
Lamiaceae
LA-8150'Origano' (SAHIN 2004) flowers with showy purple corollas with 'Origano' scented foliage, long season

LAVANDULA stoechas
(French Lavender)
Lamiaceae
LA-8250'Sancho Panza' (SAHIN 2002) PBR/PVP, uniform purple French lavender, long flowering SC

LAVATERA trimestris
(Annual mallow)
Malvaceae
LA-8410'New Dwarf Pink Blush' (SAHIN 2010) unique dwarf variety, large white flowers with pink striations

LEUCANTHEMUM paludosum
(Snow Daisy)
Asteraceae
Syn. Chrysanthemum paludosum
LE-8307'Select' bushy plants with many white daisy-like flowers, uniform

LEUCANTHEMUM xsuperbum
(Shasta Daisy)
Asteraceae
Syn. Chrysanthemum maximum
LE-8135'Crazy Daisy' interesting mixture of semi-double to double, cream to white flowers with curious petals
LE-8150'Silver Princess' semi-dwarf strain, single white daisies, popular

LEWISIA cotyledon
Portulacaceae
LE-9000'Soranda Hybrids' (SAHIN 1990) evergreen succulent with widest range of flower colours found in Lewisia

LIMNANTHES douglasii
(Meadow Foam)
Limnanthaceae
LI-3200 AGM, masses of white, yellow-centred flowers, easy and desirable
LI-3299'Scrambled Egg Mixture' (SAHIN 2002) well-whisked blend of all colours

LIMNANTHES douglasii ssp. nivea
Limnanthaceae
LI-3225'Meringue' (SAHIN 2002) masses of pure white flowers, easy cultivation

LIMNANTHES douglasii ssp. sulphurea
Limnanthaceae
LI-3275'Sunny Side Up' (SAHIN 2000) flowers are rich yellow throughout

LIMONIUM sinuatum
(Statice)
Plumbaginaceae
'Forever' series
LI-3655'Blue' (SAHIN 1993) large flower heads, deepest blue, finest quality CS
LI-3665'Gold' (SAHIN 1993) FS-GM 1993, AGM, large flower heads, brightest yellow, best quality CS
LI-3686'Rose' (SAHIN 1993) large flower heads, clear carmine-rose CS
LI-3692'Silver' (SAHIN 1993) FS-Q 1993, AGM, large flower heads, pure white, finest quality CS
LI-3699'Formula Mixture' (SAHIN 1993) of separate colours, outstanding quality CS

LIMONIUM suworowii
(Russian Statice)
Plumbaginaceae
LI-4012'Pink Pokers' (SAHIN 2002) upright spikes covered with tiny salmon-pink flowers, unique colour CS

LINARIA maroccana
Scrophulariaceae
LI-5001'Pretty in Pink' (SAHIN 2010) dwarf, bushy selection in shades of rose, pink and cream
LI-5002'Sweeties' (SAHIN 2005) tall, floriferous plants in a wide range of sweet colours, early and most elegant

LOBULARIA maritima
(Sweet Alyssum)
Brassicaceae
'Aphrodite' series extra compact varieties
LO-2801'Dark Mixture' a superb formula blend of the darker and more contrasting colours
LO-2805'Pastel Mixture' a pleasant blend of pastel colours
'Professional' series
LO-2710'Avalanche' (SAHIN 1983) early, pure white, long season, standard variety for packs

Lophospermum scandens
see Asarina scandens

Lotus tetragonolobus
see Tetragonolobus purpureus

LUPINUS elegans
(Lupin)
Papilionaceae
LU-4800'Pink Fairy' (SAHIN 2000) erect spikes of fragrant soft pink flowers changing to rose with age

LUPINUS mutabilis var. cruckshankii
Papilionaceae
'Javelin' series
LU-4580'Blue Javelin' (SAHIN 1996) elegant long spikes of blue scented flowers with white and yellow keels
LU-4590'Pink Javelin' (SAHIN 1996) pink, scented flowers changing to rose with white and yellow keels
LU-4600'Formula Mixture' (SAHIN 2002) of blue and pink, highly scented

LUPINUS nanus
(Dwarf Lupin)
Papilionaceae
LU-5180'Blue Pixie' (SAHIN 1995) nice royal blue selection from 'Pixie Delight', good border filler
LU-5200'Pixie Delight Mixed Colours' short, branched spikes of white, pink or blue flowers, scented

LUPINUS polyphyllus
Papilionaceae
LU-6000'New Millennium Mixed' (SAHIN 1999) exhibition quality lupins in rich colours and many striking bicolours SC

LYCHNIS x haageana
Caryophyllaceae
LY-1500'Molten Lava' (SAHIN 1992) FS-Q 1992, bright orange-scarlet flowers over bronze foliage

LYCHNIS chalcedonica
(Maltese Cross)
Caryophyllaceae
LY-1120'Burning Love' (SAHIN 2005) FS-N 2004 dwarf, bright scarlet flower heads good cutflower quality in 2nd year

LYCHNIS coronaria
(Rose Campion)
Caryophyllaceae
LY-1230'Angel's Blush' (SAHIN 1988) delicate colour, white changing to pink over silvery foliage

LYCOPERSICUM esculentum
(Tomato)
Solanaceae
Container tomatoes
LY-2015'Tiny Tommy' tiny plants with an abundance of small red fruits above the leaves
LY-2020'Micro Cherry' (SAHIN 2008) unique ground cover tomato with an abundance of small red fruits
Determinate 'Roma' Tomatoes
LY-3115'Cream Sausage' elongated, creamy white sausage-like fruits, productive
Indeterminate beefsteak tomatoes
LY-3535'Pink Brandywine Improved' large deep pink beefsteak, good flavour, healthy potato-leaved plants
LY-3565'Vintage Wine' (SAHIN 1998) unique pale pink fruits with golden stripes, potato-leaved
Indeterminate cherry tomatoes
LY-3710'Brown Berry' (SAHIN 2001) unusual brownish cherry-fruits, good flavour
LY-3725'Christmas Grapes' bunches of grape-like fruit, turning bright scarlet, superb taste, very productive
LY-3765'Orange Berry' (SAHIN 1999) pale green cherries on long trusses turn bright orange
LY-3775'Red Berry' (SAHIN 1999) exceptionally long trusses bear up to 50 bright red fruits
LY-3785'Snow Berry' creamy-yellow on the outside, and white inside, delightful sweet fruity flavour
Indeterminate round tomatoes
LY-3910'Bloody Butcher' medium round red tomato, dark red inside, with strong flavour, early
LY-3965'Red Zebra Improved' (SAHIN 1999) fire engine red fruits overlaid with golden yellow stripes
Miscellaneous indeterminate varieties
LY-3875'Striped Stuffer' bell-pepper-like with golden orange striped red fruits, suitable for stuffing, unique

LYTHRUM salicaria
Lythraceae
LY-9000'Red Beauties' (SAHIN 1986) red shades, extra long flowering season

MALOPE trifida
Malvaceae
Miscellaneous varieties
MA-3675'Vulcan' the deep purple-flowered form with dark veining, large-flowered, tetraploid

MALVA moschata
(Musk Mallow)
Malvaceae
MA-4485'Pink Perfection' (SAHIN 1985) abundant pink flowers, short spikes, good for containers
MA-4495'White Perfection' (SAHIN 1986) abundant pure white flowers with contrasting pink anthers

MALVA sylvestris
(Mallow)
Malvaceae
MA-4520'Braveheart' mauve-pink flowers, darker purple eyes and deep purple veins
MA-4525'Zebrina' striking bicolour, white with narrow violet stripes, uniform, very popular

Matthiola bicornis
see Matthiola longipetala ssp. bicornis

MATTHIOLA longipetala ssp. bicornis
(Night-Scented Stock)
Brassicaceae
Syn. Matthiola bicornis
MA-9425'Starlight Scentsation' (SAHIN 1996) exciting mixture of pastel colours, sweet evening fragrance

Maurandella antirrhiniflora
see Asarina antirrhiniflora

Maurandya purpusii
see Asarina purpusii

Maurandya wislizensis
see Asarina wislizensis

MELOTHRIA scabra
Cucurbitaceae
ME-6600 (SAHIN 2004) large vines produce an abundance of small, oblong, green striped fruits

Mesembryanthemum criniflorum
see Dorotheanthus bellidiformis

MILIUM effusum
(Golden Millet)
Poaceae
MI-2020'Aureum' (SAHIN 2006) AGM, elegant, arching, bright golden yellow leaves for semishade

MIMOSA pudica
(Sensitive Plant)
Mimosaceae
MI-4000 fluffy pink flowers, ornamental pinnate leaves close at touch, good for children

MIMOSA
Mimosaceae
MI-4040'Pink Sparkles' (SAHIN 2009) hardy strain of the sensitive plant with fluffy pink flowers, prostrate habit

MINA lobata
(Spanish Flag)
Convolvulaceae
MI-6015'Citronella' (SAHIN 1996) FS-N '96 lemon flowers to white, good in pots, short-day plant
MI-6025'Jungle Queen' (SAHIN 1998) robust selection, crimson-orange to yellow flowers, short-day plant

MIRABILIS jalapa
(Four O'Clock)
Nyctaginaceae
MI-6814'Custard and Cream' (SAHIN 2001) yellow and white flowers on the same plant, unusual
MI-6815'Fireworks' (SAHIN 2000) cerise-red flowers, fragrant, very floriferous
MI-6820'Limelight' (SAHIN 2000) luminous yellow-green foliage, rose flowers, excellent in containers
MI-6898'Broken Colours' (SAHIN 1998) flowers multicoloured with splashes and stripes of different shades
MI-6900'Complete Mixture' a balanced mixture of selfs and bicolours

NEMESIA cheiranthus
Scrophulariaceae
NE-1525'Masquerade' (SAHIN 2003) extraordinary flowers with long petals and intricate markings, coconut scent

NEMESIA strumosa
Scrophulariaceae
NE-1800'Carnival Mixture' tetraploid mixture, large-flowered, bright colours, reselected CS
NE-2100'Blaze of Glory' (SAHIN 2002) robust plants with enormous flowers in brilliant vibrant colours CS

NEMESIA strumosa suttonii
Scrophulariaceae
'Triumph' series
NE-1950'National Ensign' (SAHIN 1987) our original red and white bicolour, very attractive CS
NE-1970'Prince of Orange' large flowers in shades of orange, attractive and useful, fine in packs CS
NE-2000'Choice Mixture' very vibrant mixture of mostly yellows, reds and oranges CS

NEMESIA versicolor
Scrophulariaceae
NE-2255'Aegean Sea' (SAHIN 2000) distinct and original bicoloured flowers, white with large blue margins CS
NE-2260'Blue Bird' wonderful true blue with white centre, good in packs CS

NEMOPHILA atomaria
Hydrophyllaceae
NE-2800'Snowstorm' (SAHIN 1994) pure white, heavily dotted with tiny black speckles

NEMOPHILA discoidalis
Hydrophyllaceae
NE-2850'Penny Black' (SAHIN 1992) nearly black flowers with narrow white edge, useful pot plant

NEPETA nervosa
Lamiaceae
NE-5850'Blue Carpet' (SAHIN 1985) superb carpet-forming plants, dense blue spikes, flowers all summer

NIGELLA damascena
(Love-in-a-Mist)
Ranunculacea
NI-6410'Albion Black Pod' (SAHIN 1996) long-stemmed selection for cutting, white flowers, uniform dark pods
NI-6415'Albion Green Pod' (SAHIN 1998) long-stemmed selection for cutting, white flowers, large green pods
NI-6420'Blue Midget' (SAHIN 1983) our dwarf double sky-blue, suitable for packs and edging
NI-6600'Mulberry Rose' double flowers that change from white to rose
NI-6692'Moody Blues' (SAHIN 2008) shades of violet, deep and light blue on the same plant

Nigella hispanica
see Nigella papillosa

NIGELLA orientalis
Ranunculaceae
NI-7500'Transformer' (SAHIN 1987) yellow flowers, attractive green reversible seed pods, a Sahin classic

NIGELLA papillosa
Ranunculaceae
NI-7050'African Bride' (SAHIN 2004) FS-Q 2004, large pure white flowers with contrasting almost black seed pods
NI-7100'Curiosity' (SAHIN 1985) violet-blue flowers, deep purple spider-like seed pods
NI-7125'Midnight' (SAHIN 2002) velvety dark purple flowers and deep purple pods
NI-7199'Ebony & Ivory' (SAHIN 2002) mixture of the 'African Bride' and 'Midnight'

NOLANA paradoxa
Nolanaceae
NO-1000'Blue Bird' (SAHIN 1981) blue, white-centred flowers for hanging baskets, spreading habit
NO-1050'Purple Bird' (SAHIN 2003) light purple flowers with white centre, spreading habit
NO-1100'Snow Bird' (SAHIN 1993) snow white flowers, spreading habit
NO-1199'Bird Mixture' (SAHIN 2003) of the blue, purple and white bird

OCIMUM americanum
Lamiaceae
OC-6000'Lemon Basil' bushy plants with pale green leaves, smells of lemon

OCIMUM basilicum
(Sweet Basil)
Lamiaceae
'Spice Boys' collection
OC-6010'Ararat' (SAHIN 1999) metallic grey-purple foliage, darker purple at flowering, liquorice taste
OC-6020'Queen of Sheba' (SAHIN 2005) intense purple flowers over nice green foliage, strong scent
OC-6030'Cinnamon' green leaves with contrasting red flowering branches, spicy cinnamon scent
OC-6280'Greek' short bushy plant, fine green leaves, excellent pot-herb
OC-6550'Purple Delight' broad purple leaves, strongly scented, attractive in pots and in bedding use
OC-6670'Yiotis' (SAHIN 2001) dense plants with small thick green leaves, very fragrant, late-flowering
OC-6700'Spicy Globe' very small-leaved, bright green, compact, hardly flowers, excellent selection
OC-6800'Spice Boys Mixture' (SAHIN 1998) attractive mixture of all separate types we offer, very fragrant

ORIGANUM rotundifolia
Lamiaceae
OR-2050 (AGM) herbaceous perennial, rounded pale green leaves, small pink flowers, aromatic foliage

ORLAYA grandiflora
Apiaceae
OR-2450'White Lace' (SAHIN 1999) beautiful umbels of large white, lace-like flowers, good new filler CS

OSTEOSPERMUM ecklonis
(Sailor Boy Daisy)
Asteraceae
OS-6000'Sky and Ice' (SAHIN 1991) white daisies with deep purple and blue eyes, glossy green foliage, long flowering

Oxypetalum caeruleum
see Tweedia coerulea

PANICUM miliaceum
(Millet)
Poaceae
PA-1800'Violaceum' purplish green pendulous flower heads, attractive for floral art work, fresh or dry

PAPAVER commutatum
Papaveraceae
PA-1995'Ladybird' AGM, bright fire-engine red with conspicuous black blotches, most attractive

Papaver heterophyllum
see Stylomecon heterophyllum

PAPAVER laciniatum
PA-3111'Pink Bicolor' (SAHIN 2009) elegant pink laciniate petals with white centres

PAPAVER nudicaule
(Iceland Poppy)
Papaveraceae
PA-2200'Ballerina Mixture' good colour range, masses of medium sized flowers, upright and compact habit
PA-2430'Red Sails' (SAHIN 1992) largest red 'Iceland Poppy', strong stems, superb
PA-2475'San Remo F2 Mixed Colours' large-flowered, good colour range, good stems

PAPAVER rhoeas
(Cor Poppy)
Papaveraceae
PA-2770'Dawn Chorus' (SAHIN 2000) double and semi-double form of 'Angel Wings', mostly pastel shades and picotees
PA-2780'Falling in Love' (SAHIN 2005) semi-double to double mix of picotees and bicolours, rose, salmon to coral

PAPAVER rupifragum
(Spanish Poppy)
Papaveraceae
PA-2850'Tangerine Parfait' (SAHIN 2006) tangerine, semi-double flowers over dusky grey-green foliage

PAPAVER somniferum
(Opium Poppy)
Papaveraceae
PA-3225'Danish Dwarf' (SAHIN 2005) shorter selection of the 'Danebrog', scarlet with white central markings
Peony-flowered varieties
PA-2920'Black Peony' (SAHIN 1983) deepest purple, special effect, fully double, true stock
PA-2938'Flemish Antique' (SAHIN 1996) fully double flowers in shades of red and rose, striped creamy white
PA-2940'Frosted Salmon' (SAHIN 1993) salmon-rose, edges fading with age, wonderful effect
PA-2965'Purple Peony' (SAHIN 1983) violet-purple, good contrast with the lighter colours, reselected
PA-2975'Rose Peony' (SAHIN 1983) deep rose, strong and attractive colour, reselected
PA-2980'Scarlet Peony' (SAHIN 1983) bright scarlet, vivid colour, much in demand, reselected
PA-2990'Yellow Peony' (SAHIN 1983) cream fully double flowers, good in mixed plantings
PA-2999'Peony Formula Mixture' (SAHIN 1993) of the separate double varieties

PAPAVER somniferum laciniatum
Papaveraceae
PA-3183'Swansdown' (SAHIN 1992) fluffy balls of deeply laciniated snow-white petals

PENSTEMON barbatus
(Penstemon Beardlip)
Scrophulariaceae
PE-3210'Humming Bells' (SAHIN 2010) compact, base branching habit, extensive colour range, for pots and borders
PE-3225'Petite Bouquet' dwarf bushy, floriferous plants with dense flower spikes in a delightful colour range

PENSTEMON xmexicali
Scrophulariaceae
PE-4350'Mixed Hybrids' (SAHIN 2009) bushy plants covered in bell-shaped flowers in a wide colour range

Phaseolus caracalla
see Vigna caracalla

PHASEOLUS coccineus
(Runner Bean)
Papilionaceae
PH-1138'Painted Lady Improved' abundant ornamental red and white flowers, mottled brown seeds
PH-1162'Sunset' unique salmon-pink flowers, seeds pink with black saddle, productive

PHASEOLUS vulgaris
(Bush Dry Bean)
Papilionaceae
PH-1380'Yin Yang' remarkable black and white beans from compact productive plants, good taste

PHLOX drummondii
Polemoniaceae
'Beauty' series dwarf varieties
PH-3557'Cranberry & Cream' (SAHIN 2011) delicious cranberry & cream shades with darker eye
PH-3572'Moody Blues' (SAHIN 2011) remarkable mixture of different shades of blue and some white
PH-3576'Rosie Dawn' (SAHIN 2010) bright cherry-rose colour, with or without red eye
PH-3600'Field Grown Mixture' of many colours
PH-3800'Coral Reef' (SAHIN 1995) AGM, mixture of unique pastel colours, soft, yet clear and long-lasting, a beauty
PH-3810'Unique Mixture' (SAHIN 1997) a mixture of corals, creamy-pinks with a dash of blue
'Grandiflora' series
PH-3296'Stars and Stripes' (SAHIN 2005) a new blend of pastels with red stripes and stars
PH-3297'Tapestry Mixture' (SAHIN 1995) FS-Q 1996, unique combination of colours with contrasting, darker eyes
PH-3298'Starry Eyes' (SAHIN 2000) a rich blend of colours with starry eyes, scented
PH-3300'Field Grown Mixture' the most complete mixture of all exciting colours, long blooming

PHYSALIS alkekengi var. franchetii
(Chinese Lantern)
Solanaceae
Syn. Physalis franchetii
PH-8110'Gigantea' robust growth, orange paper-lantern fruits, excellent for autumn decorations
PH-8120'Miniature' (SAHIN 1983) dwarf growth, orange paper-lantern fruits, suitable for pots

Physalis franchetii
see Physalis alkekengi var. franchetii

PHYSALIS pruinosa
(Strawberry Tomato)
Solanaceae
PH-8400 (SAHIN 2004) excellent sweet but clear, citrus-like flavour, suitable for preserves and fresh

PLATYCODON grandiflorum
(Balloon Flower)
Campanulaceae
'Florist' series
PL-4180'Blue' extra-tall, upright habit, early, deep violet-blue 'Balloon Flower'
PL-4185'Rose' wonderful pink 'Balloon Flower' early, upright and tall
PL-4190'Snow' pure white 'Balloon Flower', upright and tall
PL-4199'Formula Mixture' a mixture of the above three in equal portions

PRIMULA auricula
Primulaceae
PR-1440'Viennese Waltz' (SAHIN 2006) superb mixture of large flowered exhibition types, very showy

PUNICA granatum
(Pomegranate)
Punicaceae
PU-7000'Orange Master' (SAHIN 1982) dwarf, uniform, early flowering pomegranate, excellent container plant

Quamoclit pennata
see Ipomoea quamoclit

RAPHANUS caudatus
(Rat-tail Radish)
Brassicaceae
RA-5700'Rat-tail' whitish flowers followed by long, succulent edible pods of radish taste to accompany salads

RHODOCHITON atrosanguineum
(Purple Bells)
Scrophulariaceae
RH-5000'Purple Bells' (SAHIN 1983) AGM, maroon flowers hanging from reddish purple calyces, vining pot plant DW

RICINUS communis
(Castor Oil Plant)
Euphorbiaceae
RI-5630'Impala' copper-red foliage, scarlet seed heads, superb architectural plant, remains nice until frost
RI-5660'Red Giant' best red available, stems,leaves and flowers deep red

RIDOLFIA segetum
Apiaceae
RI-8000'Goldspray' (SAHIN 1997) FS-N 1997 bright yellow dill-like flowers on branched stems, odourless, elegant

RUDBECKIA fulgida
(Orange Coneflower)
Asteraceae
RU-1300'Goldsturm' AGM, golden yellow flowers with dark centres, adaptable, long flowering

RUDBECKIA hirta
(Black-eyed Susan)
Asteraceae
Medium varieties
RU-2125'Goldilocks' semi-double and double golden yellow flowers produced in abundance, good upright habit
Tall diploid varieties
RU-1930'Irish Eyes' large-flowered, golden yellow single daisies with conspicuous green centres
RU-1970'Sputnik' medium-sized flowers, pointed petals, golden yellow with mahogany base, dark centres

RUDBECKIA occidentalis
Asteraceae
RU-2600'Green Wizard' green sepals radiating around the shiny, long black cones, good in floral compositions

RUMEX sanguineus ssp. sanguineus
(Red-veined dock)
Polygonaceae
RU-6025'Bloody Dock' long green leaves with brilliant red veining, superb contrast, for containers and gardens

SALPIGLOSSIS sinuata
(Painted Tongue)
Solanaceae
SA-1145'Kew Blue' (SAHIN 1985) deep blue flowers with dark central blotches, stunning effect
SA-1150'Little Friends' (SAHIN 2001) mixture of short bushy plants with stunning colours, good for bedding

SALVIA argentea
(Silver Sage)
Lamiaceae
SA-1540'Artemis' (SAHIN 2004) pink-white flowers in branched inflorescences arising from fleshy, silvery lanate rosettes

SALVIA coccinea
(Red Texas Sage)
Lamiaceae
'Hummingbird' series
SA-1699'Hummingbird Sage Mixture' a balanced formula blend of separate varieties

SALVIA jurisicii
(Cutleaf Sage)
Lamiaceae
SA-2120'Silky Feathers' (SAHIN 2005) mounds of silky silver foliage with terminal racemes of hairy lavender-blue flowers

SALVIA lyrata
(Cancer Weed)
Lamiaceae
SA-2390'Purple Prince' (SAHIN 2002) distinct, deep purple rosettes, effective contrast in spring and autumn bedding

SALVIA patens
Lamiaceae
SA-2670'Cambridge Blue' (NEW 2011) large hooded flowers of vivid, light blue colour
SA-2675'Oxford Blue' AGM, large flowers of pure gentianblue colour, of great beauty and distinction

SALVIA sclarea
(Clary Sage)
Lamiaceae
SA-2985'Alba' (SAHIN 2001) impressive plant with handsome white floral bracts tinged with pink, scented

SALVIA taraxacifolia
Lamiaceae
SA-4955'Touch of Scent' (SAHIN 2008) scented rosettes producing several flower stems with pinkish tubular flowers

SANVITALIA procumbens
(Creeping Zinnia)
Asteraceae
SA-6260'Irish Eyes' (SAHIN 1994) FS-Q 1994 pastel buff orange, contrasting green centres, good for packs
SA-6280'Mandarin Orange' (SAHIN 1987) AAS-1987 unique single orange flowers, good in packs

SCABIOSA atropurpurea
(Sweet Scabious)
Dipsacaceae
SC-0377'Black Knight' (SAHIN 1992) reselected, deepest maroon, nearly black flowers with contrasting white stigmas
SC-0379'Blue Cockade' (SAHIN 1986) very large clear blue flowers on long strong stems, superb
SC-0381'Fata Morgana' (SAHIN 1995) unusual yellowish pink colour
SC-0383'Fire King' (SAHIN 1990) our reselected stock, bright red medium-sized flowers, long strong stems
SC-0387'Oxford Blue' (SAHIN 1990) reselected, deep blue medium-sized flowers
SC-0392'Salmon Queen' (SAHIN 1990) reselected, salmon-rose medium-sized flowers, long strong stems
SC-0394'Snowmaiden' (SAHIN 1990) reselected stock, pure white medium-sized flowers, long strong stems
SC-0398'Summer Fruits' (SAHIN 2008) fruity colours combined into a great mixture
SC-0399'Formula Mixture' of the above colours, finest and brightest mixture

SCABIOSA caucasica
(Scabious)
Dipsacaceae
SC-0675'Perfection Blue' powder-blue flowers, productive over a long season, adaptable CS
SC-0678'Deep Waters' (SAHIN 2004) deep blue flowers, productive over a long season, adaptable CS
SC-0680'Perfection White' pure white flowers, superb strain, productive over a long season, adaptable CS

SCABIOSA japonica var. alpina
Dipsacaceae
SC-0855'Blue Star' (SAHIN 2005) rich lavender, pin cushion-like flowers on dwarf, compact plants CS

SCABIOSA speciosa
Dipsacaceae
SC-0945'Maharajah' (SAHIN 2004) large, soft mauve blue flowers, most elegant CS

SCHIZANTHUS pinnatus
(Butterfly Flower)
Solanaceae
SC-2400'Tinkerbell Mixed' (SAHIN 2011) wide colour range, all flowers with contrasting orchidlike markings

SCORPIURUS muricatus
Papilionaceae
SC-9060'Prickly Caterpillar' curious coiled pods which look like caterpillars, to enliven salads CS

SETARIA italica
(Italian Millet)
Poaceae
SE-9365'Hylander' tall grass with long flower heads, very popular for cutting and landscaping
SE-9370'Lowlander' (SAHIN 1996) FS-Q 1996, the compact selection of 'Hylander'

SILENE colorata
Caryophyllaceae
SI-2910'Pink Star' (SAHIN 2000) attractive, quick-flowering annual with starry, deep pink flowers, floriferous

SILENE
Caryophyllaceae
SI-4818'Shocking Pink' (SAHIN 2008) early, floriferous, compact plants with masses of luminous pink flowers

SPILANTHES oleraceae
(Toothache Plant)
Asteraceae
SP-8250 yellow flowerheads, glossy leaves used in salads, weird, electric taste

STACHYS byzantina
(Lamb's Ears)
Lamiaceae
ST-0225'Pure Cotton' (SAHIN 2004) improved 'Olympica' more uniform with taller stems in second year
ST-0250'Olympica' highly ornamental grey-felted foliage, important edging plant, in mixed borders

STACHYS coccinea
Lamiaceae
ST-0150'Pow-wow' (SAHIN 2002) bushy plants with spikes of brick-red flowers, surprisingly hardy, quick to flower

Stachys lanata
see Stachys byzantina

STIPA tenuissima var. oreophila
Poaceae
ST-2830'Wind Whispers' (SAHIN 2006) taller and more elegant leaf form than 'Angel Hair' CS

STREPTOCARPUS hybridus
Gesneriaceae
ST-6000'Wiesmoor Hybrids' complete colour range, large flowers, reselected for compact foliage

STYLOMECON heterophyllum
(Flaming Poppy)
Papaveraceae
Syn. Papaver heterophyllum
ST-9000'Copper Queen' (SAHIN 2005) coppery orange poppy-like flowers, sweetly scented of lily-of-the-valley MP

Tagetes anisata
see Tagetes lucida

TAGETES erecta
(African Marigold)
Asteraceae
Tall double cut flower varieties
TA-2705'All-Double Lemon' bright lemon-yellow flowers, fully double and uniform
TA-2715'All-Double Orange' the deep orange counterpart of the above, uniform and full double
TA-2740'Kees' Orange' (SAHIN 2011) Kees Sahin's selection for deepest orange marigold
TA-5399'Kiku Mixture' (SAHIN 2010) Sahin's reselection of the original mum types, excellent doubleness
Dwarf double-flowered varieties
TA-1984'Golden Hedger' large double flowers, golden-orange, odourless, excellent uniformity
TA-1988'Lemon Hedger' large double flowers, clear yellow, excellent uniformity

TAGETES lucida
Asteraceae
Syn. Tagetes anisata
TA-0750'Sweet Mace' (SAHIN 2000) glossy leaves with small orange flowers, the whole plants strongly anise-scented

TAGETES patula
Asteraceae
TA-5520'Chasca' (SAHIN 2009) compact, free blooming plants, covered with golden-yellow crested blooms
'Boy' series crested double-flowered
TA-4399'Boy O'Boy' formula mixture of the separate colours
'Goldie' series double-flowered
TA-4686'Queen Sophia' (Gaboriau) AAS-1979, AGM, orange flowers with red markings, bright and showy
TA-4690'Scarlet Sophia' mahogany-red flowers changing to orange
Tall single varieties
TA-3939'Jolly Jester' brightly striped single flowers in red and orange, creates a jolly effect

TAGETES patula x erecta
Asteraceae
TA-5630'Athos' double mahogany flowers with golden tips, floriferous

TAGETES tenuifolia
(Signet Marigold)
Asteraceae
TA-7420'Golden Gem' bushy plants with fine leaves, covered in masses of small, golden daisies
TA-7430'Lemon Gem' bushy plants with fine leaves, covered in masses of small,lemon-yellow daisies
TA-7460'Paprika' bushy plants with fine leaves, covered in masses of small maroon daisies with a golden edge
TA-7480'Tangerine Gem' small bright orange daisy-like flowers, cover the bushy plants with ferny sweet-scented foliage
TA-7500'Starfire Mixture' mixture of separate colours, bushy plants with fine leaves, covered in masses of flowers

TAGETES tenuifolia x erecta
Asteraceae
TA-7650'Tessy Gold' (SAHIN 1993) FS-Q 1993 masses of golden-yellow medium-sized single flowers, uniform

TANACETUM coccineum
(Pyrethrum)
Asteraceae
Syn. Chrysanthemum coccineum
'Robinson's Giant'
TA-8240'Crimson' (SAHIN 2010) dark red selection with contrasting yellow discs
TA-8245'Rose' (SAHIN 2010) selection of rose to pink shades with contrasting yellow discs
TA-8250'Giant Mixture' a great mixture of soft pinks, shades of rose to dark red, duplex flowers

TANACETUM parthenium
(Feverfew)
Asteraceae
Syn. Chrysanthemum parthenium
Tall varieties
TA-8640'Goldball Improved' (SAHIN 2001) pompon-shaped pure yellow flowers, good length for cutting

TELOXYS aristata
Chenopodiaceae
TE-5000'Seafoam' (SAHIN 1982) tumble-weed, outstanding as everlasting and filler, good autumn colour

TETRAGONOLOBUS purpureus
(Asparagus Pea)
Papilionaceae
Syn. Lotus tetragonolobus
TE-7500 mostly trifoliate leaves, maroon-red flowers followed by winged pods edible when young

Thelesperma burridgeana
see Cosmidium burridgeanum

THUNBERGIA alata
(Black-eyed Susan)
Acanthaceae
TH-7420'Alba Oculata' pure white flowers, with conspicuous and contrasting black centres
TH-7425'Aurantiaca' golden orange, self-coloured flowers
TH-7430'Aurantiaca Oculata' golden orange flowers with contrasting black centres, very bright
TH-7440'Aurea' yellow, self-coloured flowers
TH-7450'Aurea Oculata' yellow flowers with contrasting black centres
'African Sunset' series
TH-7800'African Sunset Mixed' (SAHIN 2001) unique sunset shades of red, apricot, buff with dark burgundy eyes GS
Miscellaneous varieties
TH-7630'Superstar Orange' FS-Q 2000, large and impressive bright orange flowers with a larger black eye GS

Trachymene caerulea
see Didiscus caeruleus

TRIFOLIUM repens
(White Clover)
Papilionaceae
TR-4425'Minus' small three-leaved shamrock for growing in pots for St. Patrick's Day

TROPAEOLUM majus
(Nasturtium)
Tropaeolaceae
'Gleam' series semi-trailing, semi-double
TR-8300'Field Grown Mixture' of the separate colours, fewer doubles CS
Trailing single varieties
TR-7915'Crimson Emperor' re-selected for deep vivid crimson, darkest of all colours CS
TR-7946'Milkmaid' (SAHIN 2002) nearest to white, unique within the genus CS
TR-8100'Variegated Queen Mixed Colours' (SAHIN 1996) superb new colours, variegated leaves CS
TR-MIX0'Sahin's Mambo' (SAHIN 2012) trailing mix with high contrast CS

TROPAEOLUM minus
(Nasturtium)
Tropaeolaceae
'Jewel' series compact, double to semi-double
TR-8560'Cherry Rose Jewel' reselected, compact, early, uniform, colour is a strong cherry-rose CS
TR-8565'Golden Jewel' brightest golden-yellow, very strong colour, compact CS
TR-8570'Mahogany Jewel' deep mahogany-red, attractive colour in contrast to the brighter ones CS
TR-8575'Peach Melba' reselected, sought-after colour combination of primrose-cream with pearly-red spots CS
TR-8580'Primrose Jewel' reselected, superb uniformity, virtually all double, fashionable primrose-yellow CS
TR-8590'Scarlet Jewel' most vivid vermilion-scarlet flowers in sharp contrast to bright green foliage CS
TR-8599'Formula Mixture' of matching varieties, varied and of general interest CS
TR-8600'Field Grown Mixture' what is usually offered, mostly shades of yellow and reds CS
'Tip Top Alaska' series compact, variegated, top-flowering
TR-8965'Gold' (SAHIN 1996) variegated foliage, golden yellow flowers CS
TR-8970'Rose' (SAHIN 2012) intense rose flower colour on top of variegated foliage
TR-8975'Salmon' (SAHIN 1997) soft salmon flowers above variegated leaves CS
TR-8985'Scarlet' (SAHIN 1998) scarlet flowers, excellent contrast over the variegated foliage CS
TR-8999'Mixture' (SAHIN 1990) AGM, reselected strain, full colour range, variegated leaves CS
'Tip Top' series compact, top-flowering
TR-8755'Apricot' (SAHIN 1991) FS-Q 1992, fashionable apricot flowers with deeper markings CS
TR-8765'Gold' (SAHIN 1991) deep golden orange flowers, bright and showy CS
TR-8775'Mahogany' (SAHIN 1991) deep mahogany-red flowers over golden green foliage, distinct CS
TR-8785'Scarlet' (SAHIN 1991) early, brightest orange-scarlet flowers, very vivid CS
TR-8799'Formula Mixture' (SAHIN 1990) of five separate colours CS
TR-8800'Mixed Colours' mixture including all colours CS
'Whirlybird' series
TR-8315'Cream' propeller-like, semi-double cream flowers, bushy plants CS
TR-8330'Deep Red' propeller-like, semi-double deep red flowers, bushy plants CS
TR-8340'Gold' propeller-like, semi-double golden yellow flowers, bushy plants CS
TR-8350'Mahogany' propeller-like, semi-double reddish brown flowers, bushy plants CS
TR-8365'Rose' propeller-like, semi-double rosy red flowers, bushy plants CS
TR-8370'Scarlet' propeller-like, semi-double scarlet flowers, bushy plants CS
TR-8380'Tangerine' propeller-like, semi-double reddish orange flowers, bushy plants CS
TR-8399'Formula Mixture' of six separate colours, superb CS
TR-8400'Field Grown Mixture' rounded spurless flowers in full range of colours, outstanding CS
'Ladybird' series
TR-8769'Mix' (SAHIN 2010) mix of the separate Ladybird colours CS
TR-8770'Ladybird' (SAHIN 1998) eye catching orange-yellow flowers with bright red markings CS
TR-8771'Cream Purple Spot' (SAHIN 2009) eye catching flowers, cream with purple spots, compact plants CS
Miscellaneous compact varieties
TR-8585'Salmon Baby' reselected dark-leaved variety with bright salmon-rose flowers, a good contrast CS
TR-9110'Black Velvet' (SAHIN 2002) velvety-black flowers, unique colour in Nasturtium CS
TR-9115'Empress of India' a classic, dark foliage, brilliant crimson-scarlet flowers of outstanding quality, reselected CS
TR-9210'Banana Cream' (SAHIN 2010) topflowering with golden yellow flowers fading to a creamy yellow CS
TR-9240'Princess of India' (SAHIN 2007) superb compact plants with dark foliage, brilliant scarlet flowers CS
TR-MIX0'Sahin's Rumba' (SAHIN 2012) mix of darkleaved, compact varieties CS
TR-MIX0'Sahin's Paso Doble' (SAHIN 2012) great colour combination of topflowering varieties CS
TR-MIX0'Sahin's Bolero' (SAHIN 2012) fruity combination of spurless varieties CS
TR-MIX0'Sahin's Tango' (SAHIN 2012) sweet colour mixture of spurless varieties CS

TWEEDIA coerulea
Apocynaceae
Syn. Oxypetalum caeruleum
TW-5000'Heavenly Blue' (SAHIN 1986) improved form with aquamarine flowers, long flowering season

URSINIA anethoides
(Star of the Veld)
Asteraceae
UR-2100 bright orange flowers with conspicuous black blotches at the base of the petals, compact CS

VENIDIUM fastuosum
(Monarch of the Veld)
Asteraceae
Syn. Arctotis fastuosa
VE-1990'Orange Prince' (Bodger) AAS-1933, silky foliage, bright orange flowers, black central ring, easy to grow
VE-2000'Zulu Prince' (SAHIN 1987) silky foliage, silvery-white flowers with black central ring

VERBASCUM phoeniceum
VE-3760'Antique Rose' (SAHIN 2005) soft purplish rose, quick to flower, long blooming perennial
VE-3775'White Bride' pure white selection, quick to flower, long blooming perennial

VERBENA hastata
Verbenaceae
VE-6300'Pink Spires' (SAHIN 2004) deep pink flowers borne on well branched spikes flower over long period

VERBENA xhybrida
(Florist's Verbena)
Verbenaceae
VE-5550'Peaches & Cream' (SAHIN 1992) AAS, FS-GM 1992, AGM, unique, orange to peach flowers.

VERBENA rigida
Verbenaceae
VE-6450'Touch of Style' (SAHIN 2006) intense violet-blue flowers on branching plants, heat tolerant, long flowering

VERBENA tenuisecta
Verbenaceae
'Desert Jewels' series
VE-6500'Mixed' (SAHIN 2011) widest colour range in the market incl. reds, purples, roses, blues and white

VIGNA caracalla
(Snail Flower)
Papilionaceae
Syn. Phaseolus caracalla
VI-0500 dark green leaves, curiously spiralled white and mauve flowers look like snails, limited supplies

VIOLA cornuta
Violaceae
'Sahin's' small-flowered varieties
VI-8246'Chicky Chicks' (SAHIN 2008) mix of all xwill. hybrids incl. bicolours and unusual colours, striking contrasts
VI-8250'Sweeties' (SAHIN 2005) unique mixture of small, bicoloured flowers on compact plants
'Floral Power' series, early upright, compact, daylight-neutral
VI-8399'Formula Mixture F1' (SAHIN 2008) early, compact and upright, very floriferous
VI-8481'Stone Washed Denim F1' (SAHIN 2008) jeans-like blue shades
'Four Seasons' series F1 hybrids pendula-types
VI-1799'Formula Mixture F1' (SAHIN 2002) good mixture of all the robust, long-flowering varieties
'Carpet' series F1 hybrids, mat forming varieties
VI-1607'Bright Yellow F1' (SAHIN 2003) flowers bright yellow with paler wings
VI-1608'Gold F1' (SAHIN 2004) bright golden flowers
VI-1609'Gold Eye Cream F1' (SAHIN 2003) pale cream flowers with rich yellow centres
VI-1611'Lemon Wing Yellow F1' (SAHIN 2003) flowers yellow with lemon-yellow wings
VI-1612'Lilac Wing Yellow F1' (SAHIN 1999) yellow with lilac wings the prototype of the carpet-forming habit
VI-1613'Purple Wing Blue F1' (SAHIN 2003) blue with purple wings
VI-1675'Indigo Wing Blue 2006 F1' (SAHIN 2006) early, floriferous, lavender-blue flowers with indigo-blue wings
VI-1676'Purple Wing Yellow 2006 F1' (SAHIN 2006) early, floriferous, flowers yellow with contrasting purple wings
VI-1677'Blue Purple Wing 2008 F1' (SAHIN 2008) early, floriferous, blue flowers with purple wing
VI-1679'Yellow Mahogany Wing 2008 F1' (SAHIN 2008) early, floriferous, yellow with mahogany wing
VI-1680'White Yellow Eye 2008 F1' (SAHIN 2008) early, floriferous, white with a yellow eye, excellent for spring
'Hobbit' series F1 hybrids
VI-1903'Antique Rose Golden Eye F1' (SAHIN 2005) FS-Q 2005, antique rose with golden centre
VI-1905'Bilbo F1' (SAHIN 2003) grape-coloured wings with yellow centre and dark blotch
VI-1910'Frodo F1' (SAHIN 2003) light blue with yellow centre, strong blotch, becoming greenish
VI-1915'Pippin F1' (SAHIN 2003) charming bronzy green with blotch, turning bronzy blue
VI-1920'Sam F1' (SAHIN 2003) excellent deep blue with blotch, retains colour with age, excellent variety
VI-1928'Cream Yellow Lip F1' (SAHIN 2003) bright cream with golden eye, stands out
VI-1931'Ice Blue F1' (SAHIN 2004) a unique cool colour, attractive
VI-1941'Pure White F1' (SAHIN 2005) immaculate white blooms cover the plants
VI-1942'Yellow F1' (SAHIN 2003) bright yellow flowers, excellent winter performance
VI-1949'Formula Mixture F1' (SAHIN 2003) a blend of unique separate colours of mound forming habit, for containers
Large-flowered varieties
VI-2078'Brush Strokes' (SAHIN 2006) mix of historic pansies each with distinct face overlaid with multicoloured stripes
VI-2080'Historic Florist Pansies Mixed' (SAHIN 2002) flowers with distinct faces, unique blend

VIOLA corsica
(Corsican Pansy)
Violaceae
VI-1280'Bastian Blue' (SAHIN 2005) compact plants with deep green foliage produce bright blue flowers in abundance

VIOLA mandshurica
Violaceae
VI-1370'Fuji Dawn' (SAHIN 2000) pink and white variegated leaves in spring, purple Violet-type flowers, unique

VIOLA xwittrockiana
(Pansy)
Violaceae
'Spring Parade' series large sized flowers
VI-5860'Black Devil' (SAHIN 1986) coal-black flowers, true stock, reselected
VI-5962'Romeo & Juliet' (SAHIN 1994) unique mixture of a wide range of pastels, a favourite
'Summer Paradise' series large flowered pansies, early
VI-3566'Campfire' (SAHIN 2010) mixture of burning reds, golden yellows to warm brown shades
VI-3572'Summer Berries' (SAHIN 2011) a mixture of bicolours and picotees in cream, soft yellow, pinks and purples
VI-3574'Stormy Skies' (SAHIN 2011) mixture of bicolours in blue and yellow shades
'Swiss Giant' series large flowered, mid-season
VI-5205'Alpenglow' mahogany to scarlet-red colours with dark blotches
VI-5225'Coronation Gold' (S&G) AAS-1938, pure golden yellow
VI-5235'Laura' raspberry-rose with dark blotches
VI-5270'Silverbride' white with violet-purple blotches
VI-5280'Ullswater' gentian-blue with dark blotches
VI-5300'Field Grown Mixture' of all colours
Miscellaneous varieties and mixtures
VI-5232'Gemmi' (SAHIN 2002) flowers of rich dark purple surrounded by a neat and narrow white edge, unique
VI-6299'Clear Crystal Formula Mixture' complete range of clear colours without blotches

VISCARIA oculata
Caryophyllaceae
Dwarf varieties
VI-9410'Blue Angel' (SAHIN 1983) tufted upright habit, masses of clear blue flowers, uniform, showy
VI-9435'Rose Angel' (SAHIN 1983) similar to the above, bright rose flowers with dark eyes
VI-9445'Patio Mixture' (SAHIN 1999) a flamboyant mixture of heavenly colours, unique
VI-9450'Angel Mixed' (SAHIN 2010) clean and fresh mix of blue, rose and white

ZALUZIANSKYA capensis
(Night Phlox)
Scrophulariaceae
ZA-1000'Midnight Candy' (SAHIN 1990) white flowers, powerfully fragrant at night, charming along paths

ZEA mays
(Corn)
Poaceae
ZE-0675'Baby Fingers Blue' (SAHIN 1993) unique blue-seeded miniature corn
ZE-0685'Baby Fingers Pink' (SAHIN 1994) miniature corn with pink seeds
ZE-1100'Japonica' (SAHIN 1992) select stock of variegated foliage corn, excellent as accent plants for bedding
ZE-1500'Golden Berries' rounded cobs of hard golden-yellow seeds, suitable for drying
ZE-1525'Indian Berries' (SAHIN 1997) multicoloured rounded cobs, unique new selection, fresh or dry

ZINNIA elegans
(Zinnia)
Asteraceae
'California Giants' series
ZI-4100'Field Grown Mixture' of all colours
Dahlia-flowered series
ZI-4215'Canary Bird' canary-yellow, vigorous plants with large rounded fully double flowers
ZI-4217'Coral Beauty' coral-rose, vigorous plants with large rounded fully double flowers
ZI-4225'Envy' unusual green colour, vigorous plants with large rounded fully double flowers
ZI-4230'Exquisite' light rose with deeper rose centre, vigorous plants with large rounded fully double flowers
ZI-4235'Golden State' golden orange in bud, changing to deep orange, large rounded fully double flowers
ZI-4245'Illumination' deep rose, vigorous plants with large rounded fully double flowers
ZI-4250'Isabellina' creamy-yellow, vigorous plants with large rounded fully double flowers
ZI-4255'Luminosa' bright pink, vigorous plants with large rounded fully double flowers
ZI-4260'Meteor' rich deep red, darkest of all reds, vigorous plants with large rounded fully double flowers
ZI-4270'Oriole' orange and gold bicolour, vigorous plants with large rounded fully double flowers
ZI-4275'Purple Prince' deep purple, vigorous plants with large rounded fully double flowers
ZI-4285'Scarlet Flame' bright scarlet, vigorous plants with large rounded fully double flowers
ZI-4300'Field Grown Mixure' of all colours
Miscellaneous varieties and mixtures
ZI-5099'Candy Cane Reselected Mixture' good colour range, high percentage of striped and mottled flowers
ZI-6600'Pulcino Field Grown Mixture' of all separate colours, full colour range
ZI-6800'Thumbelina Mixture' (Bodger) AAS-1963, field grown mixture of lilliput-type flowers
ZI-9000'All Sorts Mixture' (SAHIN 1996) a comprehensive assortment of different types, forms and colours

ZINNIA haageana
Asteraceae
ZI-8525'Chippendale' mahogany and orange shades with golden markings, single blooms
ZI-8550'Old Mexico' (Ferry Morse) AAS-1962, mahogany red with golden tips
ZI-8585'Jazzy Mixture' (SAHIN 2009) bright blooms with closely set attractive bicolour petals long flowering

ZINNIA tenuiflora
Asteraceae
ZI-8980'Red Spider' (SAHIN 1993) upright habit, single spider-like, bright red flowers, long flowering season

MIXTURES

ATTRACTIONS Series
ZZ-0420'Bird Garden' (SAHIN 1992) selected flowering plants which provide bird food
ZZ-0520'Butterfly Garden' (SAHIN 1992) of flowering plants that are particularly attracting insects
ZZ-0720'Edible Flower Garden' (SAHIN 1992) a mixture of carefully selected plants with edible flowers
ZZ-0920'Fragrant Garden' (SAHIN 1992) a wide range of the most fragrant flowers and foliage in your garden

COLOUR COORDINATED GARDEN Series
ZZ-2220'Pastel Garden' (SAHIN 1990) a blend of cream, yellow, apricot, peach and salmon summer flowers

FLOWERS OF THE WORLD Series
ZZ-4051'Eastern Mysteries Mixture' most tranquil colours, getting brighter with age, bright reds, salmons and violets
ZZ-4052'European Short Mixture' fragrances, shapes and colours of the Mediterranean interest for night and day
ZZ-4057'North American Mixture' a selection of North American plants, bright and colourful
ZZ-8065'Californian Wildflowers' a mixture of Californian wildflowers for direct sowing

MISCELLANEOUS MIXTURES
ZZ-4054'Fairy Mixture' (SAHIN 2007) dwarf mixture flowering within eight weeks from seed
ZZ-8110'Instant Perennial Mixture' a broad assortment of first year flowering perennials