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Acaena affinis
New Zealand burr, Bidi-Bidi
From Southern Chile, this mat forming evergreen has pinnate leaves, lightly glaucous on the topside, more so on the underside. Heads of striking red anthers in May followed by rusty red burrs. Good understorey under shrubs. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (4-5) 10cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Acaena buchananii
New Zealand Burr
Creeping, evergreen mats of soft pale grey-green, toothed leaves. Small, insignificant flowers followed by spikey, red-flushed seed heads. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 15x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Acaena microphylla 'Kupferteppich'
New Zealand Burr
syn.Copper Carpet'. Gently creeping evergreen ground cover, with pinnate bronze leaves, rooting as they run. Small rounded insignificant flowers are followed by large showy bright red burrs in late summer. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 2cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Acaena saccaticupula
A neat, semi evergreen, mat forming perennial with red flushed, trailing stems having mats of very finely pinnate, silvery-grey leaves with finely cut lobes. Short stems with ball like heads of white flowers, followed by reddish burr-like fruit. Good ground cover for sun or part shade. (4-5) 5x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
10.00
Acaena saccaticupula 'Blue Haze'
New Zealand Burr
(syn.A.Pewter') Vigorous creeping evergreen ground cover with long blue-grey pinnate toothed leaves flushed bronze. Showy dark red burrs in late summer. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 10x75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Acanthus dioscoridis perringii
Bear's Breeches.
An elegant bear's breeches with deeply toothed, glossy leaves. Short spikes of pale-pink flowers in early summer. Needs excellent drainage in gritty, well drained soil in sun. (5-6) 60cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
2.00
Acanthus 'Hollande Du Nort'
Bear's Breeches
Attractive Dutch hybrid, very floriferous with shorter spikes of large rose pink & white bicoloured flowers in profusion. Rosettes of divided, spiny, glossy leaves. Well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 80cm.
 2Lt
£6.55
2.00
Acanthus hungaricus
Bear's Breeches
(syn.A.longifolius) Statuesque perennial with deeply lobed, dull green leaves. Spikes of widely spaced, mauve-pink flowers in late summer. Slow to establish then vigorous. Ordinary, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
10.00
Acanthus hungaricus 'Hot Lips'
Bears Breeches
Spikes of silvery-green bracts with dusky-purple protruding flowers, having a frilly, prominent white lower lip. Very long flowering throughout summer. Basal clumps of very finely cut, glossy green leaves. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 70cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
2.00
Acanthus mollis
Bears Breeches
Clump forming perennial with deeply lobed, glossy, dark green leaves. Dense spikes of white flowers held in purple bracts; late summer. Rich, fertile well drained soil in sun or part shade. 120x90cm.
 1.4Lt
£3.95
20.00
Acanthus mollis
Bears Breeches
 2Lt
£5.65
4.00
Acanthus mollis 'Hollard's Gold'
Bear's Breeches
Mounds of toothed, dark-green leaves with the new growths a burnished golden-yellow. Spikes of white flowers from purple shaded bracts on purple flushed stems in late summer. Deep, fertile well drained soil in sun or light shade. 120cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
9.00
Acanthus mollis 'Hollard's Gold'
Bear's Breeches
 1.4Lt
£5.65
2.00
Acanthus mollis 'Niger'
A strong growing, clump forming perennial with basal, strongly spiny, glossy, deep-green leaves. Erect spikes of tubular white flowers, held in darker purple-black bracts, from mid to late summer. Free draining soil in sun. 90x50cm. (6-8)
 2Lt
£6.75
6.00
Acanthus spinosus Ferguson's form
Bears Breeches
Shorter, more free flowering clone of spinosus with the basal leaves much divided & spiny. Compact spikes of white flowers from prominent purple bracts, from July to September. Light, free draining soil in sun. (7-9) 65cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
8.00
Acanthus spinosus Ferguson's form
Bears Breeches
 2Lt
£5.65
6.00
Acanthus spinosus spinosissimus group
Bears Breeches
Superb foliage plant, with arching more or less evergreen finely dissected leaves. The leaves are almost cut to the veins, with are highlighted creamy-white. Less free flowering than the type. Well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 120cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
8.00
Achillea 'Alabaster'
Yarrow, Milfoil
Dense, flattened heads pearly white flowers, opening from palest yellow buds, during early summer. Basal clumps of silver flushed, fresh green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Achillea 'Alabaster'
Yarrow, Milfoil
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Achillea 'Anthea'
Yarrow, Milfoil
Flattened heads of BRIGHT CANARY-YELLOW flowers all summer. Mounds of aromatic, evergreen, feathery, silver grey-green foliage. Retentive soil in sun. 60x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
12.00
Achillea 'Apfelblute'
Yarrow, Milfoil
(Apple Blossom') Flat heads of long-lasting APPLEBLOSSOM-PINK FLOWERS over a mound of feathery foliage. Any well drained soil. Best in full sun. 90cms. Flowers: June-August.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Achillea 'Apricot Delight'
Yarrow, Milfoil
(Tutti Frutti Series) Constantly changing variety with the flattened heads initially emerging almost red, becoming apricot-pink & finally ending the palest apricot, all at the same time. More compact strain. Any soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 35cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Achillea 'Deser Eve Terracotta'
Yarrow, Milfoil
(Desert Eve Series) A new strain bred also for pots. Mounds of fresh green, finely cut basal leaves. Flattened heads of warm rusty terracotta flowers with a yellow eye & fine edges to the petals, throughout summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Achillea 'Desert Eve Deep Rose'
(Desert Eve Series) Seed strain, breeding totally true, giving much shorter plants than normal. Flattened plates of closely packed deep rose flowers with a cream eye;- June to September. Basal rosettes of feathery, finely pinnate, grey-green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Achillea 'Desert Eve Red'
Yarrow, Milfoil
Very short form with mounds of finely pinnate, fresh green leaves. Flattened heads of rich red-flowers with a golden-orange eye, eventually fading dull dusky-pink. Flowers midsummer. retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 25cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Achillea filipendulina 'Cloth Of Gold' (AGM)
Yarrow, Milfoil
Tall, late flowering yarrow with aromatic, much divided silver-grey basal leaves. Large, flattened plates of golden-yellow flowers from midsummer into autumn. Ideal for the back of the border. more tolerant of moist soils. Well drained soil in sun is best. (7-9) 150cm.
 2Lt
£5.95
5.00
Achillea filipendulina 'Gold Plate' (AGM)
Yarrow, Milfoil
Large flattened heads of GOLDEN-YELLOW flowers; early summer to early autumn. Good for drying & cutting. Grey-green pinnate leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun. 129x75cm.
 2Lt
£6.25
2.00
Achillea filipendulina 'Parker's Variety' (AGM)
Yarrow or Milfoil
Tall, back of the border variety, with large, flattened heads of rich burnished gold flowers on varying length stems during summer. basal clumps of silver-grey, deeply cut leaves. retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 140cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Achillea filipendulina 'Parker's Variety' (AGM)
Yarrow or Milfoil
 2Lt
£6.35
6.00
Achillea 'Hella Glashoff' (AGM)
Milfoil Yarrow
Similar to Credo' but shorter & paler. Flattened heads of palest cream-lemon flowers. mounds of grey pinnate leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 75cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Achillea 'Lachsschonheit'
yarrow or Milfoil
(Salmon Beauty') Strong, wiry stems topped with flat-heads of LIGHT SALMON-RED flowers; June-October. Makes a clump of delicate, ferny, aromatic green foliage. Full sun in well drained, yet moisture retentive soil. 75x60cms.
 2Lt
£5.65
2.00
Achillea 'Lucky Break' (AGM)
Yarrow, Milfoil
From Great Dixter, this award winning variety is a sport of 'Taygetea' & much more growable. Flattened plates of soft creamy-lemon flowers, over mounds of very finely cut, aromatic silver leaves. Needs a more sharply drained soil than most in sun. (6-9) 100cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Achillea millefolium 'Pretty Woman'
Yarrow, Milfoil
Flattened heads of the brightest reddish-pink, unfading flowers on well branched stems during midsummer. Each flowers has a small white eye. Finely cut clumps of fine green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 55cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Achillea millefolium 'Red Beauty'
Yarrow, Milfoil
Attractive species with flattened heads of true-red flowers with a small yellow eye;- midsummer, held on well branched stems. Creeping mats of fern like rich green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Achillea millefolium 'Sammetriese'
Yarrow, Milfoil
Spreading clump former with mounds of finely cut, fresh green, fern like leaves. Flattened heads of small, dark rich magenta-red flowers with a tiny white eye;- June to September. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 75cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
5.00
Achillea millefolium 'Summer Fruits Salmon' (Summer Fruits
Yarrow, Milfoil
Strong growing mat former with finely cut, fresh green leaves. Flattened heads of warm salmon-pink flowers with a deeper eye, continually through summer. Best in a retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Achillea 'Paprika'
Yarrow
Upright stems topped with flat heads of DARK CHERRY-RED flowers with a small yellow eye; June to September. Basal clumps of finely-cut, ferny, aromatic, green-grey foliage. Any reasonable soil in sun. Ht: 60-90cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Achillea 'Petra'
Yarrow, Milfoil
Shorter form with flattened heads of richest cherry-red flowers with a large, frosted white eye, from June to August. Basal mounds of aromatic, finely cut filigree leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Achillea 'Pink Grapefruit' (Tutti Frutti Series)
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Achillea 'Safran'
Yarrow, Milfoil
French hybrid with flattened heads of rich saffron orange flowers with a yellow eye, almost unfading over a long period through summer. Basal clumps of finely cut, aromatic, steely grey leaves. Easily grown in a retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Achillea sibirica camtschatica 'Love Parade'
Yarrow
Flattened heads of soft pale-pink flowers with a slightly deeper eye. Erect stems with dark, finely cut, fresh-green leaves. Needs a moist soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Achillea 'Terracotta'
Yarrow, Milfoil
Aptly named hybrid. Large flat heads of RICH TERRACOTTA-ORANGE flowers all summer fade to a soft yellow in autumn. Basal clumps of aromatic, evergreen, mid-green foliage. Retentive well drained soil in sun. 75 x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
10.00
Aconitum anthora
Pyrenean Monkshood
The true form, rare in cultivation. Basl mouds of much divided leaves, tinged bronze on the new growth. Lateral branches carry spikes of fat, hooded, pale yellow flowewrs during mid to late summer. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. Retentive soil in sun or shade 60c
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Aconitum 'Blue Lagoon'
Monkshood
One of the shortest hybrid with densely packed spikes of high hooded, rich-blue flowers with the whole spike opening simultaneously. Flowers from mid to late summer. Basal clumps of dark-green, very finely cut leaves. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (7-8) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
3.00
Aconitum 'Blue Sparrow'
Looking like having wolfsbane in it's breeding, this bushy, clump former has slender, upright spikes of narrowly tubular, rich dusky purple-blue flowers, with a white mouth, opening from yellow buds & held on purple-black stems from May to July. Clumps of much divided leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 60x60cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
11.00
Aconitum carmichaelii (Arendsii Group) 'Arendsii'
Monkshood
Noble, erect perennial with tall spikes of large, hooded, mid-blue flowers; freely produced in early autumn. Rich-green, divided leaves. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. Most soils in sun or part shade. 120x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
3.00
Aconitum carmichaelii 'Moody Blues'
Monkshood
This is one of deepest blue forms of carmichaelii we have seen. From John Tuite, this has spikes of moody, intense inky purple-blue high hooded flowers during late summer & autumn. Much divided, fleshy leaves. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. Retentive,w ell drained soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
9.00
Aconitum carmichaelii 'Moody Blues'
Monkshood
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Aconitum carmichaelii 'Royal Flush'
Monkshood
Shorter form of carmichaelii with the new spring leaves emerging from the ground a rich red, turning green at flowering. Dense spikes of high hooded, rich violet-blue flowers, held in branched panicles during mid to late autumn. ALL PARTS TOXIC. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Aconitum chasmanthum
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Aconitum Cloudy'
Monkshood
Very subtle, erect spikes of helmet shaped, palest soft grey-blue flowers with a paler keel. Very subtle & excellent colour for midsummer. Mounds of divided basal leaves. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 75cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Aconitum ferox
Monk's Hood
Rare in cultivation. Terminal clusters of hooded, DEEP BLUE flowers, rarely branched; August to October. Easily grown species with deeply cut, wedge shaped leaves. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 90x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Aconitum fischeri
Monkshood
Thought to be a synonym for carmichaelii, this is a short species even if it is not a true one! Thick textured, glossy, divided leaves & short spikes of hooded bright blue flowers during summer. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. Retentive soil in sun/shade. (6-8) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
9.00
Aconitum 'Ivorine'
Monkshood
Upright spikes of hooded, tubular, IVORY-WHITE flowers; May to July. Glossy, heavily cut leaves. Grows best in retentive soil in sun or part shade. 90cms. TUBEROUS ROOTS ARE VERY POISONOUS.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Aconitum japonicum napiforme BSWJ943
Monkshood
Dwarfer species, collected in the Odaesan region of S.Korea. Congested spikes of hooded, dusky purple-blue flowers from mid to late summer. Basal leaves are toothed & rounded. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
6.00
Aconitum lycoctonum vulparia
Monkshood
(A.orientale of gardens) Branching stems of soft yellow flowers mid to late summer. Deep- green, divided leaves. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. Moist, fertile soil in sun or shade. 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
9.00
Aconitum nagarum KR 7589
Monkshood
Strange species with very large, deeply cut, leathery green leaves. Well spaced spikes of high hooded rich blue flowers from July to September. Needs a sheltered spot as the leaves can be rather brittle. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 65cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
4.00
Aconitum napellus 'Blue Valley'
Helmet Flower
A new selection of the common Monkshood'. Spikes of large, hooded, DEEP BLUE flowers freely produced; late summer. Clumps of glossy, dark green, finely cut leaves. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 90x45cms.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Aconitum napellus 'Gletschereis'
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Aconitum napellus 'Kleine Ritter'
Monkshood
syn. 'Little Knight'. Attractive dwarf form of our native species with condensed spikes of inky violet-blue flowers from late summer into autumn. Basal clumps of much divided, glossy green leaves. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
7.00
Aconitum napellus vulgare 'Carneum'
Monkshood
Rather an unusual hybrid, with spikes of hooded, pale dusky-pink flowers in late summer. Basal mounds of dark-green deeply cut leaves. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. Humus rich, retentive soil in sun or shade. (7-8) 120cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
5.00
Aconitum 'Newry Blue'
Monkshood
Heavily branched spikes of hooded MID-BLUE flowers; mid to late summer. Rounded, lobed dark green leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. 120x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Aconitum piepunense
Monkshood
Tall perennial species from China with open spikes of dark eyed sky blue flowers in branched spikes;- mid to late summer. Divided leaves up the stems. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 150cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
5.00
Aconitum piepunense
Monkshood
 2Lt
£6.75
7.00
Aconitum sachalinense yezoense
Sakhalin Monkshood
Tall Japanese species, sometimes grown as a small climber. Scandent stems with glossy green, deeply cut leaves. Pyramidal panicles of high hooded rich-blue flowers, relatively late from August through September. Best in a cool, moist, retentive soil in part shade but adaptable. (8-9) 1.8mtrs.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
9.00
Aconitum seoulense
Korean Monkshood
Terminal racemes of high hooded bright blue flowers, held on bristly stems during late summer & autumn. Delicate, leaves on nearly twining stems, attaining up to 2mtrs in cultivation. A woodland species from Chollipo' S.Korea. Retentive soil in part shade. (7-9) 160cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
6.00
Aconitum sp. CC 15-51
A shorter hybrid, collected by Chris Chadwell in the Himalayas. Will need growing on to determine the species.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
7.00
Aconitum sp. from Kath Dryden
Monks Hood
Shorter form found growing in Nepal but not identified. Strong stems with divided glossy green leaves. Pyramidal panicles of high hooded violet-blue flowers, paler grey-blue inside;- mid to late summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (7-10) 65cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
5.00
Aconitum 'Stainless Steel'
Monkshood
Wondrous new hybrid, with stately spikes of subtle, sky-blue, silver & dove grey blended, hooded flowers, giving a soft, dusky feel. A new introduction worthy of cultivation. Mounds of deeply divided leaves. Retentive, rich soil in sun or shade. (7-8) 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
10.00
Aconitum variegatum
Monkshood
Spikes of hooded, bicolured violet-blue & white flowers; late summer. Rounded, lobed, basal leaves. Moist yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm. Very rare in cultivation. ALL PARTS POISONOUS.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
5.00
Aconitum volubile
Climbing Monkshood
When established, this is a strong growing, twining climber. Short spikes of high hooded, soft mauve flowers during late summer & autumn. Much divided, thick textured, veined leaves. Best in a cool, moist, retentive soil in part or full shade. (8-10) Ht to 2.5mtrs.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
2.00
Aconitum x cammarum 'Bicolor' (AGM)
Monkshood
Erect spikes of hooded bicoloured flowers of violet & white; June-August. Glossy, deep, finger-like leavers. Retentive soil in a sunny site. 120x45cm. ALL PARTS ESPECIALLY ROOTS, ARE POISONOUS.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
5.00
Acorus gramineus 'Licorice'
Small, tufted evergreen clump former with leathery, iris like, dark-green leaves smelling strongly of licorice when touched. Unusual spikes of flowers in some springs. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. 20x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Actaea arizonica
Arizona Bugbane
was CIMICIFUGA. Rarley seen species from S.W.USA with rather lax, narrow wands of off-white flowers in late summer & early autumn. Basal clumps of toothed, deep-green, divided leaves. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (8-10) 150cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
5.00
Actaea 'Chocoholic'
Bugbane
Shorter form of simplex with rosettes of airy, finely divided rich chocolate-brown leaves, reddish in autumn. Erect spikes of white flowers from purple-pink buds;- late summer & autumn. Retentive soil in part shade is best to retain colour. (8-9) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Actaea matsumurae 'White Pearl' (AGM)
Bugbane
Elegant tall perennial with mounds of fresh green, finely cut leaves. Arching, scented spikes of white bottlebrush like flowers on well branched stems during autumn. Likes good living in a rich, retentive soil in part or full shade. (8-10) 120cm
 2Lt
£9.75
3.00
Actaea pachypoda Misty Blue'
Doll's Eye
Attractive woodlander with erect stems having finely cut, ash grey leaves. Short, fluffy spikes of white flowers in May followed by spikes of white fruit, held on bright red stalks;- late summer. Best a rich, retentive, woodsy soil in part shade. (5-6) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
7.00
Actaea podocarpa
American Bugbane
syn. americana. Rarely seen species from the Eastern States, with rounded, rather gently lobed basal lvs. Long, slender racemes of creamy-white flws on unbranched stems inlate summer. Retentive, humus rich soil in part shade. 180cm. (8-10)
 1.4Lt
£5.35
7.00
Actaea racemosa (AGM)
Black Snake Root
Slender, branched stems bearing long (to 60cm) bottlebrushes of white flowers; midsummer. Forms clumps of attractive, divided, fresh green leaves. Best in moist, fertile, humus-rich soil in part shade. From: 1.0 to 2.0m x 60cms.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
10.00
Actaea simplex Atropurpurea Group
Cimicifuga
(formerly Cimicifuga) Unusual hybrid with erect spikes of starry WHITE flowers with long anthers, flushed deep pink in bud & held on bronze stems;- autumn. Mounds of deeply cut, bronze purple leaves. Rich, tretentive soil in sun or shade. 150cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
6.00
Actaea simplex Atropurpurea Grp 'Brunette'
Bugbane
(syn.Cimicifuga) The most spectacular hybrid. Compact wands of pink tinted, white flowers from purple buds; early & mid autumn. Basal clumps of dark purplish-bronze leaves. Moist, fertile, humus rich soil in part shade. 90x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Actaea simplex 'Black Negligee' (Atropurpurea Group)
Bugbane
syn. Cimicifuga. Probably the darkest leaved selection to date with mounds of cut, rich purple-black leaves holding their colour well through summer. Arching wands of white flowers from purple tinted buds during autumn. Retentive soil in shade. Ht2.5mtrs.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
12.00
Actaea simplex 'Black Negligee' (Atropurpurea Group)
Bugbane
 2Lt
£9.75
5.00
Actaea simplex 'Black Negligee' (Atropurpurea Group)
Bugbane
 3Lt
£7.25
2.00
Actaea simplex 'Hillside Black Beauty' (Atropurpurea Group)
Bugbane
was cimicifuga. Mounds of deeply cut, richest plum purple, almost black leaves, a great improvement on all other purple leaved forms. Erect spikes of white flowers from pink flushed buds. Rich, retentive soil in part shade. (9-10) 125cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
4.00
Actaea simplex 'James Compton' (Atropurpurea Group)
Bugbane
(WAS CIMICIFUGA) Mounds of finely cut, serrated basal leaves flushed purple-bronze, giving a two-tone effect. Arching spikes of scented white bottlebrush-like flowers in late summer & autumn. Retentive, humus-rich soil in part or full shade. (7-9) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
5.00
Actaea simplex 'Pink Spike'
Bugbane
Showy, autumn flowering species for the woodland garden with erectly held spikes of soft-pink flowers, consisting mainly of stamens on long, wand like stems;- late summer & autumn. Basal mounds of cut, smokey purple-brown leaves.Humus soil in pt/sh.150cm
 1.4Lt
£5.35
3.00
Actaea simplex 'Pink Spike'
Bugbane
 3Lt
£6.35
2.00
Adenophora khasiana
Ladybells
One of the most spectacular varieties for a sheltered site. Large, jagged, flared, VIOLET bells in loose sprays on arching stems; late summer. Large rounded deeply serrated leaves. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Adenophora liliifolia
(Ladybell) Close campanula relative from Japan. Quickly forms a clump of basal leaves. Tall branching spires of large powder blue bells. Well drained soil in sun. 75cm
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Adenophora potaninii
Ladybells
Campanula relative with short spikes of widely flared violet flowers held on rather lax stems in late summer & autumn. Rosettes of toothed leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Adenophora stricta confusa
Ladybells
(syn.A.farreri) Widely spaced, DEEP BLUISH-PURPLE bells on erect spikes; late summer. Often confused with A.bulleyana. Much like a Campanula. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Adenophora stricta sessilifolia
Ladybells
Found growing on forest margins through Western China, this attractive, non running species has hairy reddish stems with narrow, pointed leaves. Arching stems with sprays of hanging, bell-shaped rich blue flowers throughout early summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Adenophora takedae
Ladybells
Slender, arching stems to about 60cm in length. Leaves narrowly ovate to linear, 7-15cm long, with incurved teeth. Bell shaped, long violet-blue flowers along the stems during midsummer. Light, free draining soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Adenophora uehatae
Many forms of Adenophora in cultivation are wrong, so we will wait & see on these seed raised plants. A small, mat forming perennial with clumps of heart-shaped, toothed leaves. Short stems carry nodding, bell-shaped mid-blue flowers during early summer, often repeating. Free draining soil in sun. 30x40cm. (6-7)
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Adoxa moschatellina
Town Hall Clock
(Town Hall Clock) rare native forming spreading mats of very finely cut, fresh green leaves. Rather small yellowish-green flowers spin & track the sun as it moves around the sky, hance the strange common name & also the square flower head. Cool, moist woodland soil in part shade. 10cm.
 1Lt
£3.95
7.00
Agapanthus 'African Skies'
African Blue Lily
Striking evergreen for a warm, sheltered spot. Rounded heads of rich blue flowers with rather rounded petals are held rather upright. Broad, strap like leaves. May need cold greenhouse protection in cold areas. (7-8) 120cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Agapanthus africanus 'Twister'
Needing a very sheltered spot, this semi-evergreen has basal clumps of strap-like, broad green leaves. Large, dense, packed, rounded heads of narrowly tubular white flowers, stained bright-blue on the tube during mid to late summer. Free draining soil in sun. (7-8) 60x45cm.
 2Lt
£8.55
7.00
Agapanthus 'Barnfield Blue'
African Blue Lily
Striking form of praecox with large, rounded umbels of heads jam packed with flared, rich-blue flowers on dark stalks during late summer. All the flowers are slightly drooping. Big, bold, strap like evergreen leaves. Needs a very warm, sheltered spot in sun or cold greenhouse. 120cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Agapanthus 'Blue Globe'
Blue African Lily
Very showy hybrid with large, rounded heads of intense rich-blue trumpet-shaped flowers; mid to late Summer. Deciduous strap-shaped leaves. Retentive well drained soil in full sun. 75x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
5.00
Agapanthus 'Blue Magic'
African Blue Lily
Striking hybrid, noticeable for it's rounded umbels of very rich-blue flowers, held on dark flushed stems during midsummer. strap like deciduous leaves. Reasonably hardy in a retentive, warm, sheltered spot in sun. (8-9) 75cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
11.00
Agapanthus 'Blue Moon'
African Lily
Choice deciduous hybrid, with rounded umbels of sky-blue flowers on stout stems. Narrow, dark-green strap-like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-9) 60cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
12.00
Agapanthus 'Bressingham Blue'
Blue African Lily
Clump former with medium sized umbels of trumpet shaped mid blue flowers; mid to late Summer. Narrow strap like deciduous leaves. Retentive yet well drained soil in full sun. 90x60cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Agapanthus 'Bressingham Bounty'
African Blue Lily
Rarely offered variety with rounded, densely packed heads of narrow soft blue flowers with a deeper central stripe; June & July. Broad, semi evergreen grey green leaves. Reasonably hardy in a retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 120cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
4.00
Agapanthus campanulatus 'Wedgewood Blue'
African Blue Lily
Old hybrid with intermediate, open umbels of narrowly tubular pale wedgewood blue flowers on stout stems;- late summer & early autumn. Narrow, strap like deciduous leaves. one of the hardier hybrids. Well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Agapanthus 'Castle Of Mey'
African Blue Lily
Small deciduous form with umbels of soft grey-blue flowers with a deeper central vein. Narrow grassy leaves. One of the hardiest forms in a retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 30cm.
 2Lt
£7.95
3.00
Agapanthus 'Charlotte'
African Blue Lily
French hybrid with intermediate umbels of widely flared, sky-blue flowers with a darker stripe down the centre of each petal, amazingly from spring into autumn. Broad, semi-evergreen, strap-like leaves. On the borderlines of hardiness in the open garden. 100x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Agapanthus comptonii longitubus
African Blue Lily
Evergreen species, needing the shelter of a very warm position. Loose, open umbels of pale-blue flowers with each having a very long tube;- mid to late summer. Narrow, strap-like leaves. Well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 50cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Agapanthus 'Crystal Drop'
African Blue Lily
Tall, inapertus hybrid, bred in New Zealand with nodding heads of narrowly tubular white flowers, gently suffused lilac-pink at the tips. Flowers late summer, one of the last to do so. The strap like leaves are deciduous. Needs the most sheltered of spots in a sunny spot. (8-9) 120cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
14.00
Agapanthus 'Dnjepr'
African Blue Lily
Very tall, upright, late flowering deciduous hybrid with rounded umbels of dusky sky-blue flowers which are stumpy & open wide. The stems are always held very erect. Strap like deciduous leaves make it hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (8-10) 130cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
6.00
Agapanthus 'Double Diamond'
Lily of the Nile
Dwarf hybrid, excellent in pots & bred in South Africa so it should be good. Unusual, fully double pure white flowers with long, pointed petals;- July & August. Semi evergreen in mild winters. Free draining soil in sun. (7-8) 20cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
6.00
Agapanthus 'Dutch Seaside'
A strong growing, semi-evergreen, clump forming perennial with arching, broad, strap-like, deep-green leaves. Rounded heads composed of myriads of small, widely flared, mid-blue flowers with a central navy stripe, from mid to late summer. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-9) 90x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Agapanthus 'Enigma'
African Lily
Big, bold evergreen for a warm, sheltered spot. Dense, rounded umbels of tubular white flowers, stained rich blue on the tube giving a two tone effect. Large, strap like leaves. Needs a very warm, sheltered spot in sun. (7-9) 90cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Agapanthus 'Enigma Variations'
African Blue Lily
Our sport on 'Enigma'. Rounded heads of densely packed, small flared white flowers heavily flushed blue on the tube & outside of the flower. Flowers ;- July To September. Broad, strap like leaves are stained purple at the base. Hardiness untried as of yet. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 80cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
7.00
Agapanthus 'Ethel's Joy'
African Blue Lily
Compact, semi evergreen hybrid with clumps of broad, strap-shaped leaves. Rounded heads of flared, softest grey-blue flowers with a light mauve central stripe, freely borne during mid to late summer. Dark blue buds. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-9) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
4.00
Agapanthus 'Ethel's Joy'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Agapanthus 'Flower of Love'
A medium, sized, rather hardy, semi-evergreen perennial with clumps of strap-shaped leaves. Domed, slightly nodding heads of narrowly tubular, rich indigo-blue flowers, freely borne from mid to late summer. Sheltered, well drained soil in sun. 60x45cm. (7-8) 
 3Lt
£9.50
5.00
Agapanthus 'Graphite Blue'
A tall, strong growing, more or less evergreen perennial with basal clumps of very wide, leathery & glossy, deep green leaves. very tall, black flushed stems are topped by intermediate umbels of rich-blue flowers, from mid to late summer. One of the hardier, taller varieties, but will still need s sheltered, sunny garden. 120x60cm.(6-8) 
 3Lt
£8.95
2.00
Agapanthus 'Greenfield'
African Blue Lily
Medium sized, clump forming deciduous perennial with narrow, strap-like leaves. Intermediate umbels of narrowly tubular but widely flared, rich-blue flowers, flushed violet-blue on the tube, during July & August. Dark flushed stems & stalks. Well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 70cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
7.00
Agapanthus 'Hole Park Blue'
A variety grown at Hole Park gardens for 100 years & now named for it. A robust evergreen with broad, strap shaped leaves. Rounded umbels of bright, rich-blue flowers from darker buds, relatively late, during mid-autumn. In need a very warm, sheltered spot or cold greenhouse. (7-9) 100x60cm.
 2Lt
£7.45
3.00
Agapanthus inapertus 'Ice Cascade'
African Lily
A more tender hybrid with nodding umbels of narrowly tubular pure white flowers from jade green buds;- late summer & early autumn. Broad, strap like leathery evergreen leaves. Plant in a very warm, sheltered spot or cold greenhouse in winter. (7-9) 80cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Agapanthus 'Indigo Dreams'
African Blue Lily
One of the darkest varieties available, a small, slower growing short form with intermediate umbels of flared violet-blue flowers with a deeper central vein from midsummer in to autumn. Narrow, strap like deciduous leaves. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-9) 70cm.
 2Lt
£6.95
2.00
Agapanthus 'Intermedius'
African Blue lily
Showy new European hybrid with large umbels of bell shaped powder blue tubular flowers from midsummer through Autumn. Narrow clumps of grassy strap like leaves. Fertile moist yet well drained soil in full sun. 75x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
10.00
Agapanthus 'Jolanda'
African Blue Lily
Rarely seen deciduous cultivar with intermediate umbels of mid-blue flowers, paler on the inside with darker blue striping on the outside;- mid to late summer. The strap like leaves disappear in winter. Well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 90cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
4.00
Agapanthus 'Loch Hope' (AGM)
African Blue Lily
Clump former, with rounded umbels of broad, trumpet shaped deep blue flowers; late summer & early autumn. Deciduous strap like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 150x60cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Agapanthus 'Luna'
African Blue Lily
Strong growing, more or less evergreen hybrid with broad, strap like leathery leaves. Dense, rounded umbels of closely packed sky blue flowers on olive stems; late summer. Needs a warm, sheltered spot in sun. (7-8) 60cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
6.00
Agapanthus 'Marcus'
African Blue Lily
Strong growing deciduous hybrid with intermediate umbels of pale violet-blue flowers with a deeper violet midrib, emerging from violet-blue buds during midsummer into autumn. Strap like, slightly glaucous leaves. Reasonably hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-9) 70cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Agapanthus 'Maureen'
African Blue Lily
Rather unusual hybrid with an almost conical head of flared warm lavender flowers, emerging from long, pointed slatey purple buds & held on dark stalks, during midsummer. More or less evergreen, leathery, glossy green leaves, stained purple. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 80cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Agapanthus 'Mi Casa'
Strong growing, compact & hardy deciduous perennial with basal clumps of deciduous, arching, strap-like, deep-green leaves. Stout stems carry intermediate umbels of narrowly trumpet-shaped, clean white flowers, from June to September. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-10) 80x40cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
5.00
Agapanthus 'Misty Dawn'
African Blue Lily
Smaller, slower growing deciduous hybrid with the leaves emerging in spring entirely pure white. At flowering they become streaky. Loose umbels of small, rich-blue flowers during midsummer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 45cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Agapanthus 'Molly Howick'
African Blue Lily
One of the original Lewis Palmer hybrids with rounded heads of slightly nodding, many petalled, rich-blue flowers during mid to late summer. The individual heads of are rather small but are especially profuse. Narrow, deciduous strap like leaves. well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 80cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
10.00
Agapanthus 'Mooreanus'
African Blue Lily
Introduced from Orange Free State in 1954, this is probably a short form of campanulatus ssp. patens. Small tough form with narrow deciduous leaves. Loose open umbels of trumpet shaped palest blue flowers during July & August. Should be relaibly hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-8) 70cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Agapanthus 'Phantom'
African Blue Lily
Huge, evergreen praecox hybrid with umbels of very large, reflexing white flowers becoming more suffused blue at the tips. Flowers late summer. slow to multiply with very broad, glossy green leaves. will need cold greenhouse protection in winter, but worth it. 150cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.75
2.00
Agapanthus 'Phantom'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
£6.75
5.00
Agapanthus 'Polar Ice'
Lily of the Nile
Large umbels of PURE WHITE flowers; summer. Narrow, grassy, strap-like leaves. May need a winter mulch when young. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. 75x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Agapanthus 'Purple Cloud'
African Lily
Showy heads of tubular violet-purple flowers on erect stems; mid to late summer. Strap like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in full sun. 75x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Agapanthus 'Sarah'
African Lily
One of the hardier evergreen varieties with broad, strap like leaves. Domed head of flared, upward facing pale icy-blue flowers with a slightly deeper central vein & frilled edges from midsummer into autumn. Retentive, well drained soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (7-9) 60cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
5.00
Agapanthus 'Sea Spray'
Lily of the Nile.
Large, rounded umbels of pale slate-white flowers, which reflects the name. Mounds of broad, evergreen strap-like leaves. Good in pots. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 75cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
12.00
Agapanthus 'Sky'
African Lily
Spectacular species with dense, nodding umbels of narrowly bell shaped sky blue flowers, held on long stalks;- late summer & early autumn. Deciduous leaves. Will need a very warm, sheltered spot in sun with a winter mulch. (8-10) 120cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
16.00
Agapanthus 'Snow Pixie'
African Lily
Choice dwarf species, ideally suited to tubs. Dense, packed, rounded umbels of narrowly tubular, pure white flowers in late summer & autumn. Arching, glossy deciduous leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (8-9) 40cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Agapanthus 'Snowdrops'
Lily of the Nile
Rounded heads of very small starry white flowers with narrow petals in an exploding heads from July to September, therefor much earlier than most hybrids. Narrow, grassy leaves. One of the hardier varieties for a retentive, well drained sunny spot. (6-9)30cm
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Agapanthus 'Southern Cross'
African Blue Lily
Rather unusual deciduous hybrid with intermediate umbels of flared soft mauve flowers, deeper at the base, becoming paler as they age. Broad, strap like deciduous leaves. Should be fairly hardy. Retentive, well drained soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. 75cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Agapanthus 'Stockholm'
African Lily
Good sized, semi-rounded heads of soft lilac-blue, flared flowers with a deeper midvein & buds, late summer & early autumn. on stout stems;- mid to late summer. Broad, deciduous strap like leaves. Best in a sheltered, well drained soil in sun. Reasonably hardy. (7-8) 110cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Agapanthus 'Streamline'
Blue African Lily
A beautiful bi-coloured variety with narrow, grassy, strap-like foliage. Umbels of tubular SOFTEST BLUE flowers have a slightly darker stripe down the centre of each petal. Best mulched in the first winter. Well drained soil in sun. 75 x 45cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
4.00
Agapanthus 'Summer Days'
African Blue Lily
Large deciduous selection from Dick Fulcher with very rounded umbels of narrow, slightly reflexing petals of a clear, luminous sky-blue, with a deeper central vein ;- midsummer. Strap like deciduous leaves make it reasonably hardy in a warm, sheltered, retentive soil in sun. (8-9) 110cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
7.00
Agapanthus 'Tarka'
African Lily
Tall, strong growing semi-evergreen with broad, lush-green leaves. Densely packed, rounded heads of soft lilac flowers from violet buds during July and August. Good in pots. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 110cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Agapanthus 'Thumbelina'
African Lily
Dwarf, evergreen hybrid with loose, open heads of long, narrow, pure white flowers with widely flared mouths;- late summer & autumn. Narrow, strap like leaves. Tough little form for retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 20x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
5.00
Agapanthus 'Timaru'
African Lily
New Zealand hybrid, so very cold hardy. Dense floriferous heads of rich-blue flowers with deeper central stripes on many stems in midsummer through autumn. Narrow grassy leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun. (7-10) 75cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Agapanthus 'Twilight Zone'
African Blue Lily
Tall, upright, clump forming deciduous perennial with rounded umbels of narrowly tubular, widely flared, almost white flowers with a mauve central vein & soft purple-blue suffusion on the exterior. Navy buds. Flowers early from June to September. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-9) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
7.00
Agapanthus 'Twilight Zone'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Agapanthus 'Wembworthy'
African Blue Lily
Strong growing deciduous hybrid from Dick Fulcher with intermediate umbels of narrow, widely flared pale china-blue flowers, stained deeper on the exterior, during midsummer. Very wide, handsome, glossy green, strap like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (8-10) 80cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
6.00
Agapanthus 'White Dwarf'
Open heads of white, trumpet-shaped flowers; mid to late summer. Short, narrow, strap-like leaves. A charming dwarf variety - may need winter protection. Fertile, retentive yet well drained soil in sun. 45x45cms.
 2Lt
£6.35
5.00
Agastache 'Ayala'
A mexicana x anisata hybrid, introduced by Christian Kress. Tall, branching stems, have narrow, open spikes of small, narrowly tubular, light-blue flowers, from midsummer to the frosts. Nettle-like, aromatic leaves. Loved by bees. Poor, free draining soil in sun. 120x60cm. (6-10)
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Agastache 'Blue Boa'
Hummingbird MInt
Stunning form selected at Terra Nova nurseries. Nettle like, aromatic darkest green leaves, topped by incredibly fat, whorled spikes of rich violet-blue flowers from persistent burgundy-purple flowers from June to September. Light, rather poor, free draining soil in a sunny spot. (6-9) 85cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
7.00
Agastache 'Blue Fortune'
Mexican Hyssop
A new hybrid much loved by bees. Densely packed spikes of small, hooded, POWDER BLUE flowers in darker calyces; all summer. Basal clumps of nettle-like, aromatic leaves. Well drained soil in sun. 75x45cm.
 3Lt
£6.75
2.00
Agastache 'Blue Fortune'
Mexican Hyssop
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Agastache 'Cotton Candy'
Mexican Hyssop
Very floriferous new hybrid with whorled spikes of softest pink flowers from persisitent antique red buds;- June to the frosts. Loved by bees. Nettle like aromatic leaves. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-10) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
13.00
Agastache foeniculum
Giany Hyssop
A bushy perennial with fragrant, mint-like leaves. Spikes of dusky indigo-violet flowers; May-September. Loved by bees. Fertile well drained soil in sun. 90x30cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Agastache mexicana 'Red Fortune'
Anise Hyssop
Erect, deciduous perennial with cana in it's breeding. Spikes of darkest-pink red flowers from darker buds throughout summer. Nettle-like aromatic leaves. Loved by insects. Well drained soil in a sunny sheltered site. (6-10) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Agastache 'Raspberry Summer'
Hummingbird Mint
Tall spikes of narrowly tubular, two-lipped, aromatic raspberry-red flowers, over a long period through summer to the frosts. Woody stems with small, grey-green, aromatic, nettle-like leaves. Best planted in a very warm, sheltered spot in sun. (6-10) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
12.00
Agastache rugosa 'Golden Jubilee'
Mexican Hyssop
Spectacular foliage plant, breeding more or less true from seed. Aromatic, nettle-like, burnished, golden-yellow leaves topped by narrow spikes of mid-blue, tubular flowers from smokey buds, throughout summer. Sharply drained, sheltered spot in sun. (5-8) 45cm.
 3Lt
£6.35
4.00
Agastache 'Serpentine'
Mexican Hyssop
Tall, erect catmint like stems with highly aromatic, toothed, grey-green leaves.Whorled spikes of small, tubular rich-blue flowers during mid to late summer. Sheltered, frelly drained spot in sun. (6-9) 90cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
7.00
Agrimonia grandiflora
Agrimony
Good choice for the wild or woodland garden. Clusters of small golden-yellow flowers in early summer followed by prickly seed like burrs. Toothed grey-green leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Agrimonia pilosa
Agrimony
Tall, easily grown plant for sun or deep shade. Branching, densely packed spike-like panicles of golden-yellow flowers. Bold stems with toothed, slightly hairy leaves. Any reasonable soil. (6-7) 150cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Ajania trilobata
A tiny & delicate, mat forming perennial with slender stems having small, narrowly linear, grey-green, hairy leaves. The mat is studded with tiny yellow rayless daisies, during May & June. From the Tien Shan mountains in China. Will need excellent drainage. (5-7) 5x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Ajuga incisa 'Blue Enigma'
Bugle
A more different Ajuga you could not imagine. Deciduous perennial with large, toothed, heart-shaped leaves. Spikes of deep-blue, large, tubular flowers in March before the leaves fully develop. Introduced by Roy Lancaster. Woodland soil in shade. (3-4)30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.90
8.00
Ajuga reptans 'Braunherz'
Bugle
Prostrate mats of evergreen, purple-bronze, glossy leaves. Deep blue flower spikes; April-June.. Any reasonable, not too dry soil in sun or shade. 15x75cms.
 2Lt
£5.65
5.00
Ajuga reptans 'Evening Glow'
Bugle
One of the most intense coloured forms of this trailing ground covering evergreens. Rosettes of broad, intense beetroot purple leaves. Short whorled spikes of hooded rich blue flowers in spring. Ideal for pots & tubs Moist soil in part shade. (4-5) 15cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
9.00
Albuca glauca
African Snowdrop
From high summer rainfall areas around Port Elizabeth, this bulbous perennial has glaucous, strap like leaves. Snowdrop like spikes of white flowers with a green-buff stripe down the centre of each petal; summer. Needs a very sheltered spot in sun. 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
6.00
Albuca nelsonii
Nelson's Slime Lily
Large, semi evergreen bulbous species from the Eastern Cape. Leathery strap like leaves & large, pyramidal panicles of snowdrop like silvery-white flowers with a green stripe down each petal;- summer. Needs at the shelter of a warm wall in a sunny spot. (7-8) 90cm.
 2Lt
£5.95
8.00
Alcea rosea 'Double Purple'
Hollyhock
Cottage garden favourite, with long, elegant spikes of fully double, rich-purple flowers throughout summer. Basal rosettes of large rounded leaves. Dry, poor soil in sun. (6-7) 180cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Alcea rosea 'Double Scarlet'
Double Hollyhock
Stately spikes of double, dark scarlet-red flowers, held on strong stems throughout summer. The large basal leaves can be prone to rust & need spraying. Good cootage garden plant for a well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 180cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.60
2.00
Alcea rosea 'Double Yellow'
Hollyhock
Large, fully double, soft yellow flowers on tall spikes; all summer. Short lived perennial or biennial but self seeds freely. Fertile well drained soil in sun. 180x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£3.95
4.00
Alcea rosea 'Nigra'
Hollyhock
Impressive spikes lined with open, saucer-shaped flowers of a unique DARK RICH-BURGUNDY ALMOST BLACK AT THE CENTRE. May be susceptible to rust. Requires well drained soil in full sun. 1.5m. Flowers: Summer.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Alcea rosea 'Polarstar'
Hollyhock
Strong growing, upright, single flowered hollyhock with closely set spikes of single, silky, cup-shaped white flowers with a stained yellow centre, borne on leafy stems from midsummer into autumn. Best in a poor dry, impoverished soil in sun. (6-9) 150x50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Alcea rosea 'Polarstar'
Hollyhock
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Alcea rosea 'Radiant Rose'
Hollyhock
Breeding true to type, this stately perennial has spikes of single, silky, cup-shaped bright-pink flowers with contrasting boss of yellow stamens, freely borne throughout summer. Basal clumps of large, coarse leaves. Poor, free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 180cm.
 2Lt
£6.45
2.00
Alcea rosea 'Scarlet O'Hara'
Hollyhock
Tall, stately, erect perennial with densely packed spikes of fully double, glowing scarlet-red flowers with tightly scrolled centres, borne on leafy stems during mid to late summer. Basal clumps of large leaves. Light, poor, free draining soil in sun. (6-9) 180cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.30
2.00
Alcea rosea 'Spring Celebrities Pink'
Hollyhock
A new strain of anemone flowered hollyhocks with bold spikes of silky, strongly frilled, pure white flowers with a small central boss of crinkled petals, freely borne on leafy stems from July to September. Gritty, poor soil in sun. (6-9) 160x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.30
2.00
Alcea rosea 'Sunshine' (Spotlight Series)
Single Hollyhock
New series, much overdue of single hollyhocks. Bold spikes of silky, cup-shaped clear yellow flowers over a long period through summer. Basal rosettes of coarse, rounded basal leaves, smaller up the stems. Dry, poor soil in sun. (7-9) 160cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Alcea rugosa
Hollyhock
A tall back of the border plant. From a woody rootstock arise purple spotted stems. Hairy large lobed leaves are topped by spikes of sulphur yellow cup shaped flowers. For a well drained dry soil in full sun. 200x45cm. (6-8)
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Alchemilla epipsila
Ladys Mantle
A tidy, compact form, with mounds of sage-green leaves. Sprays of small, lime-green flowers in midsummer. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. Balkan peninsula. (5-9) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Alchemilla erythropoda (AGM)
Ladys Mantle
Clump forming perennial, with rounded, lobed sharply toothed, blue-green leaves. Cymes of yellow-green flowers are freely produced from late spring through summer. Retentive, rich soil in sun or part shade. 20cm. (5-8)
1.5lt
£5.95
2.00
Alchemilla faeroensis pumila
Lady's Mantle
Tiny, creeping ground-cover with condensed habit. Toothed, incised, deep green leaves, silky grey beneath. Densely packed yellow-green tiny flowers in summer. Well drained soil in sun 10x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Alchemilla lapeyrousei
Lady's Mantle
Smaller alpine form with neat semi evergreen mats of pleated grey-green leaves. Small heads of starry yellow persistent flowers from May to the frosts. Neat edger or rockery for any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (5-9) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Alchemilla mollis (AGM)
Lady's Mantle
A beautiful combination of pendant sprays of green-yellow flowers over a mound of serrated, oval grey-green leaves which hold droplets of water at the edges after rain. Good ground cover. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. 45x45cms. Flowers: June-July.
 1.4Lt
£3.95
16.00
Alchemilla peristerica
Lady's Mantle
Small alpine species from around Macedonia forming a tight rosettes of small, grey-green, deciduous leaves. Small sprays of yellowish-green flowers in autumn. Ideal for sinks & troughs. Light, free draining soil in sun or part shade. (4-7) 10cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
9.00
Alchemilla saxatilis
Lady's Mantle
Tiny alpine species from the Pyrenees forming mounds of palmate, silky haired smooth green leaves with a fine encrusted white margin. Small sprays of greenish-yellow flowers throughout summer. Beautiful edger for a well drained soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 10cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Alchemilla sericata 'Gold Strike'
Lady's Mantle
A smaller form with more deeply cut, scallop shaped grey leaves forming slow spreading mats. Airy sprays of tiny, bead like yellow-green flowers from late spring into autumn. a good edger for even the poorest of soils in sun or shade. (4-9) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Alchemilla valdehirsuta
Lady's Mantle
Rarely seen in cultivation, this small very neat species from the Caucasus proved to be an excellent edger. Mounds of round lobed, softly grey-green leaves. Sprays of tiny yellow flowers on well branched stems during summer. Easy in any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Alchemilla vetteri
Lady's Mantle
Semi-evergreen clumps of rounded, glabrous, silky hairy leaves. Sprays of small sulphur-yellow flowers are persistent all summer. Ordinary soil in a sunny site. 20x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Allium aflatunense
Ornamental Onion
The rarely seen true form. Central Asian species, with rounded umbels of violet flowers with deeper central veins. Broad leaves wither at flowering. Needs drier conditions than most. Sunny spot. (5-6) 90cm
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Allium 'Akbulak'
Ornamental Onion
Thought to be a form of jesdianum, this drumstick onion has good sized, rounded heads of rich mauve-purple flowers on shorter, stouter stems;- May & June. Hairy strap like leaves wither at flowering. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-6)50cm
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Allium 'Akbulak'
Ornamental Onion
 2Lt
£6.35
5.00
Allium altissimum
Ornamental Onion
Densely packed umbels of VIOLET tubular flowers with a dark central vein down each petal. A large, bold, bulbous perennial forming clumps of grassy leaves. Fertile well drained soil in sun or part shade. 120x45cm. Flowers: Midsummer.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Allium altissimum 'Goliath'
Ornamental Onion
Rounded umbels of violet flowers with a deeper mid-vein; early summer. Strap-like, linear leaves which die back quickly after flowering. Large, bulbous onion for reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cm.
 2Lt
£5.35
10.00
Allium 'Ambassador'
Drumstick Onion
Big, bold onion, an improvement on giganteum. Large, rounded heads of starry, soft violet-blue flowers on stout stems during May & June. The broad leaves wither at flowering. Light, well drained soil in sun. (5-7)120cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
6.00
Allium amethystinum 'Red Mohican'
Ornamental Onion
Very unusual bulb forming an oval head of bordeaux russet-red flowers, tipped cream. Unusual as at the top it has a few flowers held on long stalks. Flowers May & June. The strap like leaves wither at flowering. Needs a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (5-6) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Allium amphibolum
Ornamental Onion
Small rockery firm, with compact clumps of fine grassy leaves. Loose umbels of bell-shaped rose-purple flowers on nodding stalks in late spring & early summer. Gritty, well drained soil in sun. (5-6) 15cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Allium amplectens 'Graceful Beauty'
Selected form of this N.American species. Rounded heads of densely packed white flowers with contrasting lilac stamens ;- June & July. Basal clumps of broad, strap like leaves, withering at flowering. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-7) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Allium atropurpureum
Oriental onion
Bulbous perennial, with rounded umbels of deep violet-purple starry flowers. Narrow, grassy leaves. Good front of the border clump former. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-6) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Allium auctum
Much confused Turkish bulb, often muddled & also sold as cyrillii. Tall stems carry densely packed, rounded heads of lavender-flowers with violet anthers, lightly scented & held during early summer. The long, keeled leaves do not wither at flowering. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-6) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Allium beesianum
Ornamental onion
Pendent heads of bell shaped true blue flowers with short protruding stamens; late summer into autumn. Linear grey-green basal leaves. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 20x20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Allium caeruleum (AGM)
Ornamental Onion
(syn.A.azureum) Dense heads of BLUE-PURPLE flowers on naked stems; May to July. Clump-forming bulb with rosettes of narrow leaves which have withered before the flowers appear. Ordinary, well drained soil in sun. 20x30cms.
 1.4Lt
£6.75
5.00
Allium caeruleum (AGM)
Ornamental Onion
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Allium 'Cameleon'
Ornamental Onion
Not sure of the breeding of this small but quick multiplying little onion, possibly neapolitanum. Heads of scented, upward starry white flowers in a flattened head. They develop pink veins with age with the outside flowers turning a raspberry red. Flowers June & July. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-7) 35cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.75
5.00
Allium cernuum (AGM)
Lady's Leek
coll; Olympic mtns, Clallam Co, Washington. Drooping heads of AMETHYST-PINK flowers turning upward when pollinated; summer. Showy seed heads. Narrow grassy leaves. Fertile, well drained soil in sun. 45x30cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Allium cristophii (AGM)
Ornamental Onion
Spectacular plant producing 25cms (10in) spherical heads of AMETHYST-BLUE on stout, fleshy stems followed by long lasting, very attractive seed heads which dry well. Well drained, sun. 60x45cm. June.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Allium drummondii
Drummonds Onion
Easy to grow, non bulbous onion used often for culinary purposes. Semi evergreen, flattened leaves are topped by rounded umbels of soft lilav pink flowers over a long time from May. Well drained soil in sun . (5-7) 35cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Allium 'Early Emperor'
Ornamental Onion
Unusual medium sized onion with dense, rounded heads of violet-purple, starry white flowers with the tips of each petal dipped in white;- late spring & early summer. The strap like grey-green leaves wither at flowering. Free draining soil in sun. (5-6) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Allium 'Firmament'
Ornamental Onion
Spectacular large onion with rounded heads of starry, deep wine-burgundy flowers with a metallic sheen, a little later than most, flowering in June. Broad, strap like leaves wither at flowering. well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Allium 'Forelock'
Ornamental Onion
Tall allium, most likely a hybrid of atropurpurpureum. Flattened oval heads of sombre maroon flowers opening to show the white stamens with a curious tuft on the top. Flowers early summer. light, free draining soil in sun. 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Allium giganteum (AGM)
Ornamental Onion
Striking, stately plant with a rosette of large, lance-shaped, glaucous-grey leaves from which emerge stout stems topped with orange-size heads of RICH WARM-LILAC flowers; June-July. Any reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun. 130x30cms.
 2Lt
£5.65
6.00
Allium 'Globus'
Ornamental Onion
Large, dense, rounded heads of starry, dark-rose flowers on shorter stems. The strap-like leaves wither at flowering. Free draining soil in sun. (7-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Allium heldreichii
Ornamental Onion
Dense spherical heads of bell-shaped, long, narrow, PURPLE PINK flowers summer. Attractive front of border, bulbous perennial forming clumps of grassy, tubular, fresh green leaves; seems almost evergreen. Fertile, retentive soil in sun or part shade. 45x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Allium hirtifolium album
Ornamental Onion
Umbels of white flowers on stout stems in early summer. Fleshy, grey-green leaves almost wither at flowering. Gritty, well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Allium 'His Excellency'
Ornamental Onion
One of the larger hybrids with rounded, densely packed heads of rich purple flowers with a blue tinge, a little later than most. The broad, strap like leaves wither at flowering. Like a light, free draining soil in a sunny spot. (6-7)120cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
8.00
Allium huber-morathii
Small, alpine bulb, restricted to a very small area of the Pontus Alps in Turkey. Close to carinatum pulchellum with exploding heads of bell-shaped dusky-pink flowers, upturning as they age. Very fine, grassy leaves. Needs a sharply drained soil in full sun with a summer baking. (4-5) 15cm.
 1Lt
£4.95
2.00
Allium 'In Orbit'
Obviously with some senescens in it's breeding, this small, rhizomatous, evergreen perennial has clumps of flattened, twisted & contorted, grey-green leaves. Nodding buds open to small, well packed, rounded heads of small, lavender-pink flowers, held over a long period through summer. Free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 40x40cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Allium 'Jackpot'
Ornamental Onion
Very large, rounded heads of starry, narrow petalled lilac-purple flowers, held on long stalks ;- May & June. The broad, glaucous strap like leaves wither at flowering. easy in a light, free draining soil in sun. (5-6) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
6.00
Allium karataviense (AGM)
Ornamental Onion
Lovely species the stiff stems topped with a globular flower head of PINKY-BEIGE, the size of an orange, cradled within dark, purplish-grey, wide curving leaves. Excellent seed heads. Reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun. May-June. 20cms.
 2Lt
£5.35
7.00
Allium karataviense 'Ivory Queen'
Ornamental Onion
Compact showy onion. Large, rounded heads of starry, off-white flowers held in the crowns of the broad, strap-like, glaucous-blue leaves; early summer. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
 2Lt
£5.35
5.00
Allium lenkoranicum
Ornamental Onion
Very rarely seen small alpine species, with umbels of narrow buff bells emerging from a long arching, sheathing spathe. Narrow, thread like leaves. Autumn flowering. Well drained soil in sun. (8-9) 15cm.
 1Lt
£4.35
4.00
Allium loratum
Much confused in cultivation, this rare species from Northern Pakistan is much like a shorter drumstick giganteum. Dense, rounded umbels of soft lilac flowers, on stout bare stems, during May & June. The broad, strap like leaves wither at flowering. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. (5-6) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Allium macranthum
Ornamental Onion
Chinese species, a little similar to cernuum with nodding heads of bell-shaped, lilac-pink flowers on long stalks which upturn on pollination. Narrow, grassy leaves. Easy to grown in retentive soil in sun. (6-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Allium 'Magic'
Ornamental Onion
schubertii x atropurpureum. Attractive hybrid with domed heads of vibrant, burgundy, starry flowers with a small green eye, held on uneven length stalks, during May & June. The broad, strap-shaped leaves partially wither at flowering. Gritty, free draining soil in sun. (5-6) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
7.00
Allium 'Mercurius'
Drumstick Onion
Probably the closest to blue yet bred in the tall onions. Large, rounded heads of starry, purple-blue flowers on bare stems during late spring & early summer. The grey-green leaves wither at flowering. Light, well drained soil in sun. (5-7090cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Allium 'Miami'
Ornamental Onion
Superb form with domed heads of small, starry rich wine-purple flowers during during May & June. The strap like basal leaves wither at flowering time. A very distinct colour break. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-6) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Allium 'Miami'
Ornamental Onion
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Allium moly 'Jeannine' (AGM)
Yellow Onion
Rounded heads of bowl-shaped, bright yellow flowers with a lovely sweet scent; summer. Lance-shaped, glaucous leaves. Excellent variety for naturalising. Best in well drained soil with some shade but tolerates sun. 30x60cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Allium 'Mont Blanc'
Ornamental Onion
Large, globular onion with rounded heads of small, starry white flowers, just tinged green, held on stout stems during late spring & early summer. Broad, strap-like, glaucous leaves wither at flowering. Well drained, light soil in sun. (6-7) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
7.00
Allium myrianthum KM-T-19-04
Ornamental Onion
Unusual summer flowering species found near Pammukkale in central Turkey with oval heads of starry white flowers, held on reddish purple stalks; July & August. Looks like a white sphaerocephalon but different. Slow. Free draining soil in sun. (6-7) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
2.00
Allium nevskianum
Ornamental Onion
Small, distinct Allium from Tajikistan. 2', rounded heads of starry, dusky pink flowers on long stems in late spring. Pairs of broad, glaucous grey leaves with a fine red edge. Needs a light, sharply drained soil in sun. (5-6) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Allium nutans
Ornamental Onion
Rare little Siberian onion with clumps of wide strap-like leaves up to 30cms (1ft) long. Spherical umbels of PURPLISH-RED flowers with long, protruding, nodding stamens; summer. Well drained soil in sun. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Allium 'Pink Jewel'
Ornamental Onion
Maybe a selection from nigrum, this has 3", starry mid-pink flowers with a green eye, held in a domed head on metre long stems during May & June. Keeled, fleshy leaves partly wither at flowering. Good, tough garden variety. Well drained soil in sun. (5-6) 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Allium plummerae
Tanners Canyon Onion
Domed, upturned umbels of waxy white flowers with a central pink midrib, held in a papery spathe;- early summer. Easy & hardy in well drained soil in sun. A narrow endemic of the Mtns of Arizona & New Mexico. (5-6) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
13.00
Allium prattii
Ornamental Onion
Strange little Chinese Onion, much misrepresented in cultivation. This has pairs of prostrate, glossy green, broad leaves. Open umbels of small, bell-shaped rich burgundy-red flowers during June & July. Best in a humus rich, well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 20cm.
 1Lt
£4.65
4.00
Allium przewalskianum
Alpine Onion
Diminutive alpine species with tufts if very fine, thread like leaves. Small but dense round heads of bell shaped rose-purple flowers in late spring & early summer. The base of the leaves are stained orange. From East Asia & China. Light soil in sun. (4-5) 10cm.
 1Lt
£4.65
6.00
Allium 'Purple Rain'
Ornamental Onion
A large flowered form on a slightly shorter stem. Rounded heads packed with violet-purple flowers throughout May & June. the strap like grey-green leaves wither at flowering. Well drained, light soil in sun. (5-6) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Allium ramosum
Fragrant Flowered Onion
Rare species from Central Asia with long, narrow hollow leaves. Umbels of bell shaped, rather drooping heads of white flowers with dark red midrib during early summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (5-6) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Allium 'Round And Purple'
Ornamental Onion
Spectacular new hybrid with very large, ball like umbels of rich purple flowers on stout stems in late spring & early summer. Leaves wither at flowering. Well drained soil in full sun. (5-6) 90cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
9.00
Allium schoenoprasum 'Black Isle Blush'
Chives
Unusual form from Scotland where the flowers start the normal dusky-pink, but with age the whole head turns an attractive pale blush-pink. Flowers April to May. edible, hollow erect leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or light shade. (4-6) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Allium schoenoprasum 'Cha Cha'
Selected for it's top flavour as a herb & also for it's attractiveness as a border plant. A compact form of chives with erect, hollow, grey-green, edible leaves & stems. Oval heads of starry, lavender-pink flowers are borne from late spring to midsummer. Free draining soil in sun. (5-7) 35x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
12.00
Allium schoenoprasum 'Colesbourne Giant'
Giant Chives
Found by John Grimshaw at his Colesbourne garden, this is a very tall form of common chives. Erect leaves with many culinary uses. Round heads of dusky-pink flowers, fading almost white, during late spring & early summer. easy to 2ft in well drained soil in sun. (5-6) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Allium schoenoprasum 'Corsican White'
A very small, condensed form of edible chives, collected on Corsica. Small, loose, sometimes almost prostrate tufts of semi-evergreen, hollow, fine, thread-like, grey-green leaves. Short stems carry dainty heads of starry white flowers during May & June. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-7) 10x20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
12.00
Allium Schoenoprasum 'Curly Mauve'
A very tall form of chives, selected by 'Mr. Onion' Mark McDonough. Much taller than conventional forms, to 50cm tall, with slender stems topped by oval heads of lilac-pink flowers, from late spring to midsummer. The basal, hollow leaves are twisted & contorted, straightening after flowering. Can be used as edible chives. (5-7) 50x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
12.00
Allium schubertii
Ornamental Onion
Rosettes of wide, strap-shaped leaves & umbels of large star-shaped, pinky-purple flowers on stalks of varying length; summer. Good for drying. Large, bulbous species for a gritty, well drained, sheltered site in sun. 45x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Allium scorodoprasum 'Passion'
Sand Leek
A curious, architectural Allium with stem clasping, alternate, linear grey-green leaves. Strange, oval flowerheads with small purple pink flowers on long stalks, mixed amongst bulbils. Flowers early summer. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-7) 80cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Allium senescens
Ornamental Onion
Very variable European species with fans of slightly twisted, often grey flushed leaves. Rounded umbels of usually soft pink flowers during early summer. easy in well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Allium 'Spider'
Ornamental Onion
atropurpureum x schubertii. rather a dramatic bulb, much like a darker form of schubertii. Forms a very large, rounded, exploding head with reddish-purple flowers held on varying length pedicels, during early to midsummer. The broad, strap like leaves wither at flowering. Light, free draining soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (6-7) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Allium stipitatum 'Mars'
Ornamental Onion
Large drumstick onion with rounded umbels of soft lilac-purple flowers on stout stems;- May & June. The broad strap like like leaves wither at flowering. Light, free draining soil in sun. Do not crowd. (5-6)120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Allium 'Stratos'
Ornamental Onion
Very showy drumstick Allium bred from Gladiator' with 4' rounded heads of rich purple flowers a shade lighter than it's parent;- May & June. The grey green leaves wither at flowering. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-6) 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Allium victorialis 'Cantabria' AMH.7827
Spherical umbels of starry, pale greenish-yellow, silver flushed flowers; June-July. Broad, elliptic leaves, alternate up the stems. Very uusual & special. Reasonably drained soil in sun. 60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
5.00
Alstroemeria 'Inca Coral'
A dwarf hybrid with terminal heads of whorls, trumpet-shaped, soft coral-salmon flowers, with green thumbprints. The three smaller petals are flushed cream, with burgundy speckling. Erect stems with fleshy, glaucous leaves. Light, free draining soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (6-10) 45x50cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
9.00
Alstroemeria 'Inca Devotion'
 2Lt
£6.75
8.00
Alstroemeria 'Inca Smile'
A short, bushy form with heads of disproportionately large, flared, trumpet-shaped white flowers with a gold throat, striped burgundy. There are faint blush-pink cheek marks.Flowers June to the frosts. Light, free draining soil in a sunny spot. (6-10) 35x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
12.00
Alstroemeria 'Inca Vito'
Lily of the Incas
Inca Series. Dwarf lily with good sized, rich red flowers with a small gold throat, strongly streaked black. They flower over a long period from June to the frosts. Fleshy-grey-green leaves. Hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-10) 35cm.
 2Lt
£7.85
3.00
Alstroemeria 'Inca Yuko'
Peruvian Lily
Semi dwarf variety with heads of very exotic, rich magenta-pink flowers with a small apricot halo & just a few sparse black guidelines. Flowers from May to the frosts. Glaucous flushed leaves. Light, free draining, sunny spot in a sheltered garden. (6-10) 45cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
9.00
Alstroemeria 'Princess Camilla'
Very free flowering, dwarf variety the creamy-white flowers speckled brown at the throat. Ideal for pots or borders. Requires a fertile, free draining, protected site in sun. Ht: 40cms.
 2Lt
£5.65
4.00
Alstroemeria 'Princess Eliane'
Lily of the Incas
Dwarf, very free flowering lily with clusters of funnel shaped, zingy, raspberry pink flowers with a yellow throat, strongly streaked purple, freely borne just above the leaves during summer to the frosts. Fleshy, glaucous, slightly twisted leaves. Well drained soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (6-10) 40cm.
 2Lt
£11.25
2.00
Alstroemeria psittacina 'Mona Lisa'
Lily of the Incas
Very unusual flowers with a whorl of flared cherry red flowers with a narrow mouth, white inside & streaked purple & green. red throat. fleshy leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in a sheltered sunny spot. good for cutting. (6-10) 75cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
9.00
Alstroemeria 'Sweet Laura'
Unusual in being a strong fragrant lily, this has heads of narrow petalled, bright golden-yellow flowers, with red stains on the outer petals & a light speckling in the throat. Flowers early summer to the frosts. Free draining soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (6-10) 45x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.95
5.00
Amianthium muscitoxicum
ALL PARTS POISONOUS. A small, clump forming perennial, previously included in Zigadenus. Cluymps of grassy, strap-like, fresh-green leaves. Erect spikes with whorls of small, star-shaped, creamy-white flowers, borne from early to midsummer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 45x30cm. (6-7)
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Amsonia 'Blue Ice'
Blue Star
Attractive hybrid with heads of starry, periwinkle like palest sky-blue flowers from inky blue buds, held in domed heads;- mid to late summer. Willowy, erect stems with narrow leaves. Easy in well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 45
 1.4Lt
£4.95
12.00
Amsonia ciliata ten. 'Georgia Pancake'
A short, bushy, often spreading clump former with very slender, linear, deep-green leaves with rich gold autumn colour. Terminal heads of tubular, five lobed white flowers, tinged blue at the tips of the petals, during May to July. Needs a sharply drained soil in sun. (5-7) 30x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
10.00
Amsonia elliptica
Blue Star
This geographically disjunct population of a normally American genus forms slow clumps of willow stems with narrow leaves, turning rich golden-orange in autumn. Heads of periwinkle like flowers during midsummer. Seed raised so variable in their blue colour. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Amsonia 'Ernst Pagels'
Looks like a tabernaemontana x illustris hybrid. Erect clump former with unbranched stems having lance-shaped, leaves, superb yellow during autumn. Terminal clusters of tubular, five lobed, soft-blue flowers, opening from slatey buds during late spring to midsummer. Easy in any soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cm. (6-8)
 1.4Lt
£5.35
12.00
Amsonia hubrichtii
Blue Star
Rarely seen N.American native for a sunny well drained border. From a woody rootstock, erect stems are topped by starry, periwinkle- like, powdery blue flowers in summer. 60x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Amsonia illustris
Blue Star
Coll;-Rockton, Illinois. Rarely seen U.S native making bushy clumps of thick textured, willowy, elliptic leaves. Drooping heads of periwinkle-blue, starry flowers in midsummer. CARE! Stems exude a milky sap. Fertile soil in sun. 90x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
12.00
Amsonia illustris
Blue Star
 2Lt
£6.35
5.00
Amsonia orientalis (AGM)
Blue Star
(syn.Rhazya) Forms a clump of wiry stems clothed with grey-green willowy leaves. Clusters of small, starry, soft-blue flowers, June-August. Well drained soil in sun. 45x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Amsonia tabernaemontana salicifolia
Blue Star
Drooping clusters of small, tubular, PALE BLUE flowers freely borne; all summer. Slow growing, clump forming perennial with upright, willowy stems clothed in narrow leaves. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Amsonia tabernaemontana 'Stella Azul'
Blue Stars
This form of the popular US prairie plant is more woody with broader, willow like leaves. Domed heads of periwinkle like mid-blue flowers during summer. easily grown in any well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
11.00
Anacyclus pyrethrum depressus
Small, rockery daisy forming rosettes of very finely cut, pinnate, feathery leaves. Short stemmed clusters of white daisies over a long period in spring, closing at night & showing their bright red backs. Well drained soil in sun. Atlas mtns of Morocco. (3-5) 15cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Anaphalis alpicola
Pearly Everlasting
Evergreen creeping mat former from the Himalayas making prostrate mats of very small, intensely silver leaves. Short spikes with chaffy white flowers over a long period through summer. Excellent edger or rockery for a well drained, sunny site. (5-8) 5cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Anchusa azurea
Alkanet
Bristly, stout perennial with large spikes of small, piercing sky-blue, white eyed flowers, held on branching stems during early to midsummer. Basal rosettes of coarse, bristle haired leaves. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 80x40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.30
2.00
Anchusa azurea 'Dropmore'
Alkanet
Heavily arching branched spikes of small, DEEP GENTIAN-BLUE, forget-me-not flowers; early summer. Reliable old hybrid with large, coarse, bristly, deep green leaves. Best in full sun in well drained soil. 90x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Anchusa azurea 'Loddon Royalist' (AGM)
Alkanet
Heavily branching spikes carry large forget-me-not' BRIGHT GENTIAN-BLUE flowers; June -July. Bold, borage-like plant with coarse, hairy leaves. Well drained soil in sun. 90x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
7.00
Androsace geraniifolia
Rock Jasmine
Loose mat-former with divided, lobed leaves. Umbels of fragrant PINKY-WHITE flowers on short stems in late spring & early summer. Curious woodlander for leafy soil part or full shade. 20x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
4.00
Anemone apennina 'Petrovac' CE&H538
Wood Anemone
Solitary blue daisies over creeping mats of toothed dark green leaves in spring. Much like our native wood anemone. Totally dormant in summer. 20x30cm. Well drained fertile humus rich soil in sun or part shade.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Anemone barbulata
Windflower
Chinese species rather like a more delicate levellei. Very well branched stems with small white flowers, often with blue backs, occasionally pink;- late spring through summer. Flowers finish with a faint pink flush. Divided basal leaves. Needs at least a retentive soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
13.00
Anemone blanda 'Charmer'
A small, cormous perennial with basal clumps of finely pinnate, toothed, deep-green leaves. Slender stems carry large, solitary, narrow petalled, bright-pink daisies with a white centre & gold stamens, from February to April. Quickly summer dormant. Good for naturalising in sun or part shade. (2-4) 5x20cm.
 1Lt
£3.95
10.00
Anemone 'Dreaming Swan'
Windflower
Selected from 'Wild Swan' this is more vigorous & upright, closer to x hybrida. Cup-shaped pure white flowers are initially single, becoming semi-double as the season progresses with a steely, metallic-blue back. Flowers June to October. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-10) 50x50cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
6.00
Anemone filisecta
From Southern Yunnan. Basal clumps of very finely cut, almost feathery, fresh green leaves. Large, exploding heads of small white flowers, held on 15cm stalks from June to August. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 35cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
3.00
Anemone flaccida
Windflower
Rare, delicate little Japanese woodlander for a peaty, loamy soil in part or full shade. The leaves emerge in spring, bronze flushed. Buttercup-like CREAMY-WHITE flowers in spring. Summer dormant. 10x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Anemone hupehensis japonica 'Bressingham Glow' (AGM)
Japanese Anemone
Branched, upright stems topped with large, almost FULLY DOUBLE, RICH DEEP-PINK flowers. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 75x60cms. Flowers: August-October.
 2Lt
£6.75
18.00
Anemone hupehensis japonica 'Pamina' (agm)
Windflower
Cup-shaped, semi-double, VERY DEEP PINK, ALMOST RED flowers, with yellow stamens, on well branched stems. Three-lobed pointed dark green leaves. Fertile not too dry soil in sun or shade. 60x45cm. Flowers: Early autumn.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Anemone hupehensis japonica 'Splendens'
Windflower
Deep pinkish-red flowers with distinct yellow stamens; September & October. Well branched, upright stems. Spreading clumps of finely cut, dark greem leaves. Humus-rich well drained soil in sun or part shade. 80x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Anemone hupehensis japonica 'Splendens'
Windflower
 2Lt
£6.75
6.00
Anemone multifida 'Rubra'
Windflower
Clusters of small, cup-shaped, pinky red flowers; June & July. A tufted perennial for the front of the border or rockery. Clumps of narrow toothed leaves are slightly hairy. Well drained soil in sun. 30x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Anemone narcissiflora SDR 5496
From the mountains of Southern & C. Europe, this is considered tricky to cultivate & is often represented by imposters. Mounds of large, soft green, divided leaves. Sprays of rather large, single white flowers, flushed pink on the reverses, during early summer. Best in a moist yet well drained soil in part shade. (6-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
10.00
Anemone nemorosa 'Blue Beauty'
Wood Anemone
Delicate wood anemone with medium sized, soft blue flowers as the bronze tinted leaves unfurl in spring. Dormant by midsummer. Cool, moist, humus rich, woodland soil in part shade. (3-5) 10cm.
 1Lt
£3.95
2.00
Anemone nemorosa 'Celestial'
Wood Anemone
There appears to be as many forms of this plant in circulation as their are plants. An old cultivar with blue flowers over mats of bronze tinted, finely cut leaves. Humus rich, woodland soil in part or full shade. (2-4) 10cm.
 1Lt
£4.35
5.00
Anemone nemorosa 'Fruhlingsfest'
Wood Anemone
Dainty spring woodlander with creeping mats of finely cut, fresh green leaves. medium sized, bowl-shaped soft-pink flowers, almost white at the eye, during mid spring, fading deeper pink as they age. A german selection for a retentive, woodland soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 10cm.
 1Lt
£4.65
2.00
Anemone nemorosa 'Green Fingers'
Choicer, slow growing form, with simple, small, pure-white flowers with a central boss of sage-green petaloids. Compact. Mats of small, divided leaves are dormant by summer. Retentive, hus rich, woodland soil in part or full shade. (2-4) 5cm.
 1Lt
£4.65
4.00
Anemone nemorosa 'Hilda'
Wood Anemone'
Gently creeping ground cover for part or full shade with generous, bowl shaped semi-double white flowers, increasing quite well. Mats of divided leaves on a creeping root. Light, humus rich, woodland soil. (3-4) 10cm.
 1Lt
£4.35
3.00
Anemone nemorosa 'Lismore Blue'
Wood Anemone
Quite large, single sky-blue flowers, lavender-grey on the outside. Mats of much divided fresh-green leaves. Goes dormant in summer. Leafy, humus rich, retentive soil in part or full shade. Needs a more sheltered spot than most. (2-4) 1ocm.
 1Lt
£4.35
8.00
Anemone nemorosa 'Royal Blue'
Wood Anemone
Slow rhizomatous clump former with delicate, deeply cut, basal leaves which appear in spring with the star-like ROYAL BLUE flowers. Summer dormant. Leafy, woodland soil in dappled shade. 10x45cm.
 1Lt
£4.35
3.00
Anemone nemorosa 'Virescens'
Wood Anemone
Unusual form, with large, lacy modified bracts looking like spidery green flowers in spring. Quickly forms clumps of deeply cut, dark-green leaves. Dormant by midsummer. Humus rich, woodland soil in part or full shade. (2-4) 10cm.
 1Lt
£3.95
12.00
Anemone polyanthes
Windflower
Umbels of cup shaped white flowers on branched stems; late spring to early summer. Rounded hairy dark green basal leaves. Well drained rich soil in light shade. 45x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
6.00
Anemone rivularis
Windflower
Heavily branched stems with WHITE flowers having metallic backs & blue anthers; late spring & early summer. Divided dark green leaves. Humus rich, moist soil in sun or part shade. 60x30cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Anemone rivularis 'Glacier'
Selected form of this Himalayan species with long stalked, trilobed leaves. Heads of small white flowers with violet anthers & steely metallic-blue backs, during late spring. Best in a rich, retentive soil in sun or part shade. (4-6) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Anemone 'Ruffled Swan'
Anemone
Bushy, clump forming perennial with large, semi-double white flowers, flushed slatey purple-blue on the reverses & in bud. Flowers over a long period through summer. Basal clumps of divided, dark green leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
4.00
Anemone stolonifera double-flowered
Woodland Anemone
Creeping ground cover for humus rich, woodland soil, forming mats of three lobed, smokey flushed green leaves. Small, button like, double creamy white flowers stud the mat during spring. Needs part or full shade. (3-5) 10cm.
 1.4Lt
£1.80
20.00
Anemone stolonifera double-flowered
Woodland Anemone
 1Lt
£4.95
12.00
Anemone sylvestris
Snowdrop Windflower
A beautiful variety with fragrant, nodding, satiny, PURE WHITE flowers with a central boss of yellow stamens; May to July. White, woolly seed heads. Grows best in a shady position in moist soil. 45x30cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Anemone sylvestris 'Elise Fellmann'
Windflower
Small, slow, rare & miffy! Rosettes of dark-green, toothed divided leaves. Large, double, upward facing white flowers like buttons in late spring & early summer. Needs rich, retentive yet moist soil in sun or part shade. Needs skill. (5-6) 25cm.
 1.4Lt
£7.25
10.00
Anemone tomentosa 'Albadura'
Windflower
Lovely old European hybrid, with simple cup-shaped white flowers, with a pink flush on the exterior. Basal clumps of much divided, hairy basal leaves. Long flowering. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-10) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Anemone tomentosa 'September Glanz'
Japanese Anemone
Late summer perennial with single, cup-shaped soft-pink flowers from purple flushed buds, held on black flushed stems. Basal mounds of divided, slightly hairy leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (8-10) 80cm
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Anemone virginiana
Thimbleweed
A woodland plant of modest charm but excellent for cutting. Heavily branched stems carry myriads of cup-shaped creamy-green flowers in late summer. Fresh-green finely cut leaves. 90x45cm. Any not too dry soil in sun or part shade.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Anemone 'Wild Swan'
A hit at the 2011 Chelsea Flower Show. Much like a Japanese anemone with a leveillei leaf. Generous bowl shaped white flowers with steely metallic blue reverses from midsummer through autumn. Best in a retentive soil in sun or part shade. (6-10) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
4.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Andrea Atkinson'
Japanese Anemone
Terminal heads of SEMI-DOUBLE PURE WHITE blooms on upright stems late summer. Best in open position in retentive soil. Superb border or cut flower. 75cms. Flowers: August-October.
 2Lt
£6.95
4.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Andrea Atkinson'
Japanese Anemone
 2Lt
£6.75
13.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Carmen'
A strong growing, perennial anemone with semi-double, wavy petalled flowers, almost white around the eye, becoming very deeply suffused towards the edges of the petals. Big boss of gold stamens. Basal clumps of divided, palmate leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (8-10) 75x50cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Honorine Jobert' (AGM)
Japanese Anemone
(syn. A.h.Alba') Branched heads of LARGE, SINGLE WHITE flowers over clumps of 3-lobed dark green leaves. Any well drained soil in sun or part shade. Ht:90cms. Flowers: August-October.
 2Lt
£6.75
7.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Loreley'
Windflower
Large form, with sprays of semi-double, intense rosy-pink flowers with a small boss of gold stamens on much branched stems in autumn. Clumps of deeply cut, hairy basal leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (8-9) 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Montrose'
Windflower
syn. 'Lady Gilmour' of hort. Large, FULLY DOUBLE rich-pink flowers on branched stems; late summer to mid autumn. Mid-green basal leaves are hairy beneath. Moist, fertile, rich soil in sun or part shade. 100x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Pretty Lady Emily'
Wind flower
Very pretty, pale rose-pink, semi-double blooms petal edges and tips suffused darker; mid summer to late autumn. Shorter and more prolific than the type. Robust, hardy plants with a mass of maple-like leaves. Fertile soil in sun or part shade. To: 60x60cms. Japanese introduction.
 2Lt
£6.85
6.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Pretty Lady Susan'
Japanese Anemone
Bred in Japan, these small forms give excellent autumn colour. deeply cup-shaped pale pink flowers, deepening to rich pink at the edge of the petals ;- mid to late autumn. Mounds of hairy, much divided basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (8-10) 60cm.
 2Lt
£6.85
2.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Robustissima'
Tibetan Anemone
Flowering a little earlier than the Japanese Anemones. Terminal clusters of open flowers with rounded petals, PALE PINK WITH A DARKER REVERSE. Deeply divided, large leaves. Best in sun; any reasonable soil. 90x60cms+.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Rosenschale'
Japanese Anemone
Pink Shell'. Large, single, rose pink flowers, on much branched stems during autumn. Very vigorous, with hairy, deeply cut, basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (8-11) 75
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Anemone x hybrida 'September Charm' (AGM)
Japanese Anemone
Single, slightly cupped flowers of CLEAR SILVERY-PINK WITH A DARKER REVERSE; August & September. Attractive, almost evergreen, deeply divided foliage. Upright, well branched stems. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 45cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Serenade'
Windflower
Striking, semi-double, rich-pink flowers, held on well branched stems during late summer & early autumn. Basal clumps of ternate, fresh-green leaves. Spreads gently in a retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
20.00
Anemone x lipsiensis 'Vindobonensis'
Wood Anemone
nemorosa x ranunculoides. Gently creeping, woodland ground cover. Mats of much divided, dark-green leaves, flushed dark-red on the new growth. Simple, soft creamy-yellow flowers with yellow stamens, during April & May. Summer dormant. Humus rich, woodland soil in part shade. (4-5) 10cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Anemonella thalictroides 'Betty Blake'
Double Rue Anemone
Tiny little woodlander, so dainty it may be best in a pot. Erupts in spring with delicate, thalictrum like leaves. Wiry stems carry fully double soft creamy jade-green flowers during mid to late spring. Summer dormant. Likes a cool, leafy woodland soil in part shade. (4-5) 10cm.
 1Lt
£7.85
5.00
Anemonella thalictroides 'Dark Pink'
A beautiful selection of this tiny woodlander. Basal clumps of thalictrum like, round lobed leaves. Heads of simple, cup-shaped rich-pink flowers on wiry stems during mid spring. Quickly summer dormant. Tiny so needs attention. Cool, moist woodland soil in part shade. (4-5) 10cm.
 1Lt
£5.35
10.00
Anemonopsis macrophylla
Waxy', cup-shaped, LAVENDER flowers with a violet exterior. A lovely perennial with delicate, ferny, divided leaves. Cool, shady, humus-rich soil. Not easy to grow well. 45x45cm
 1.4Lt
£5.65
3.00
Angelica dahurica
Angelica
Tall, imposing Russian species with stout stems & large, divided, fresh green leaves. Compound umbels of lacy white flowers in individually small heads during summer. A soundly perennial species. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade.(5-8)200cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Angelica pachycarpa
syn. hispanica. Unusual umbellifer with intensely glossy, divided basal leaves. Flattened heads of greeny-yellow flowers on thick, branched stems; midsummer. Showy, compact variety. Deep, rich, retentive soil in part shade but tolerates sun. 45x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Angelica pachycarpa
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Angelica sylvestris 'Vicar's Mead'
Purple Cow Parsley
Striking foliage umbellifer with mounds of divided, deeply cut, purple-brown leaves. Flattened umbels of pink tinged white flowers over a long period in summer. Needs a moist soil in part shade. 60x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.90
12.00
Angelica sylvestris 'Vicar's Mead'
Purple Cow Parsley
 3Lt
£6.75
3.00
Angelica ursina
Bears Angelica
Huge clump forming perennial originally collected in Sakhalin in Siberia. Huge, hollow stems with large, deeply cut, dark-green divided leaves. Huge terminal, flattened umbels of creamy-white flowers during late summer & autumn. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (7-8) 1.0x2.5mtrs.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Anthemis 'Grallach Gold'
Golden Marguerite
Spreading clumps of finely cut ferny foliage. Clusters of VIVID YELLOW daisies over a long period throughout summer. Cut back hard after flowering for a repeat show. Well drained soil in full sun. 90x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£0.00
30.00
Anthemis 'Grallach Gold'
Golden Marguerite
 2Lt
£5.95
2.00
Anthemis 'Susanna Mitchell'
(A.tinctoria x A.punctata) Clump forming perennial massed with heads of creamy-lemon, yellow-eyed daisies over a long period; May-August. Forms a spreading dome of silver-grey, cut leaves. Reasonably drained soil in sun. Ht: 45cms.
 2Lt
£6.35
4.00
Anthemis tinctoria 'E.C.Buxton'
Dog Daisy
Continuous show of COOL LEMON-YELLOW daisies on thin, stiff stems from from a mound of ferny foliage. Invaluable for borders or picking. Any reasonably drained soil in a sunny position. 50x50cms. Flowers: June until frosts.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Anthemis tinctoria 'Kelwayi'
Dog Daisy
Long, wiry stems topped with an impressive show of upturned GOLDEN-YELLOW daisies over many weeks. Basal clumps of ferny leaves. Best if cut down after flowering. Well drained soil in full sun. 75-90cms. Flowers: July-August.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Anthemis tinctoria 'Kelwayi'
Dog Daisy
 2Lt
£5.65
7.00
Anthemis triumfettii
Dyers Chamomile
Raised originally from seed from the Chelsea Physic Garden, this lower growing Turkish species has a profusion of simple white daisies on dark flushed stems from late spring. Lightly grey flushed fine leaves. Poor, dry soil in full sun. 60cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
10.00
Anthericum ramosum
St.Bernard's Lily
White, starry flowers are produced in much branched, airy spikes - similar to Gypsophila. Easy, perennial, clump-former with tufts of grassy leaves. Any fertile soil in sun. 90x30cm. Flowers: July-August.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
7.00
Anthericum ramosum
St.Bernard's Lily
 2Lt
£6.35
6.00
Anthriscus sylvestris 'Ravenswing'
Queen Anne's Lace
Attractive, large, purple-brown, lacy, cow parsley-like leaves & stiff stems topped with umbels of white flowers with pink bracts. Clump forming perennial self seeding mildly. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 1.0m.
 2Lt
£7.35
3.00
Anthyllis vulneraria coccinea
Kidney Vetch
Umbels of bright red pea-like flowers;summer. Spreading mats of silky pinnate leaves. Unusual British native. Well drained soil in sun. Trim after flowering to keep tidy. 20x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
12.00
Antirrhinum 'Pretty in Pink'
Hardy to -4c, this erect snapdragon has spikes of narrowly tubular, five lobed, bright rich-pink flowers, marked yellow & purple in the throat, freely borne from May to The frosts. Take cuttings to protect in winter. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-10) 60x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Apocynaceae sp. SDR5135
This unusual, possibly shrubby or herbaceous perennial, wild collected in China has not been identified even to genus level yet.To date is has formed, erect, unbranched stems with pairs of leathery leaves, turning a stunning gold in autumn. Yet to flower. 1.0x1.0mtrs. 
 2Lt
£6.95
5.00
Aquilegia 'Crimson Star'
Granny's Bonnets
Upright, wiry stems topped with large, creamy-white trumpets with crimson-red spurs; April-June. Basal clumps of ferny, green-blue leaves. Comes true from seed. Fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. Ht: 60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Aquilegia karelinii
 1.4Lt
£4.95
5.00
Aquilegia 'Leprechaun Gold'
An Aquilegia, selected especially for it's foliage, breeding more or less true from seed. Basal clumps of round lobed, deep-green leaves, strongly & randomly mottled gold. Branching stems carry small, deep indigo-violet bonnets, from May to June. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 80x40cm. (5-6)
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Aquilegia vulgaris alba
White Columbine
Breeding almost perfectly true from seed this has long spurred, very showy pure white flowers on well branched stems;- May & June. Glaucous, lobed basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (5-7) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Aquilegia vulgaris alba
White Columbine
 2Lt
£5.95
5.00
Aquilegia vulgaris stellata 'Black Barlow'
Columbine
Fully double, spurless, deep purple almost black, quilted petals; late spring & early summer. Glaucous leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Aquilegia vulgaris stellata 'Blue Barlow'
Columbine
Spurless double purple-blue flowers like small pompoms on well branched stems;- May & June. Basal mounds of round lobed grey-green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade, (5-6) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Aquilegia vulgaris stellata 'Nora Barlow' (AGM)
Columbine
Unusual form with upward facing, double, spurless flowers in a suffusion of red, pink and green on stiff stems. Any reasonable soil with humus in sun or part shade. 70cms. Flowers: May to July
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Aquilegia vulgaris stellata 'Rose Barlow'
Columbine
Branched stems, with nodding, fully double, dusky rose flowers in late spring. Lobed, green leaves. Breeds reasonably true from seed, but there could be some variation. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (4-6) 70cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Aquilegia 'White Star' (Star Series)
Granny's Bonnets
The large WHITE flowers have long, swept-back, reflexed petals; freely produced early summer. Mounds of divided, grey-green leaves. Ordinary, retentive soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Aquilegia x maruyamana
Granny's Bonnets
A naturally occurring Japanese hybrid, a little variable from seed but reasonably true. Branched stems with nodding, maroon-purple flowers with backswept straight spurs & a soft yellow trumpet, borne during May & June. Round lobed, grey-green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 60x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
5.00
Aquilegia yabeana
Granny's Bonnet
Rare in cultivation. Delicate clumps of finely lobed leaves. Tall branching stems have pinkish-purple flowers with small reflexed petals. Cool leafy soil in part or full shade. 60x30cm. Flowers: May & June.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Aralia californica
Elk Clover
Branching, woody based, herbaceous perennial, slow to maturity. Large, divided, toothed, compound leaves, yellow in autumn. Domed heads of creamish-green flowers in summer folowed by black fruit. Cool, humus rich, woodland soil in shade. 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Aralia cordata 'Sun King'
Bred in Japan, this imposing herbaceous perennial has mounds of much divided, rich burnished gold leaves. Compound heads of white flowers from dark buds, held on dark stems;- late summer & autumn. Best in a retentive soil in shade or sun. (8-10) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
11.00
Aralia cordata 'Sun King'
 3Lt
£8.45
3.00
Arctanthemum arcticum 'Polarstern'
Formerly included in Chrysanthemum. Creeping stems with round lobed, fresh green leaves. Large chalky white daisies with a yolk yellow eye in late autumn. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (8-10) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Arctanthemum arcticum 'Roseum'
Low growing chrysanthemum relative with short stems having glossy green lobed leaves. Good sized palest pink, almost flowers with a yellow eye from mid summer into autumn. good edger for retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Arctotheca calendula
Cape Marigold
Evergreen, rosette forming perennial with thick textured pinnate grey-green leaves, intensely silver on the reverses. Cheery yellow daisies with narrow ray petals;- spring to the frosts. Best in a warm, sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (3-10) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
20.00
Arisaema ciliatum liubaense
Cobra Lily
Stoloniferous clump former, with showy brown spathes heavily striped white. Brown hood with a long wispy tail. Brown spadix. Single, much divided dark green leaf. Humus rich rich, retentive shady spot. (5-6) 45cm.
 1Lt
£5.35
2.00
Arisaema costatum
Cobra Lily
A recent Himalayan introduction, with showy pairs of trifoliate leaves, with a showy ribbing on the undersides. Beautiful, almost translucent white spathes, heavily striped purple. Woodsy, humus-rich, well drained soil in part or full shade. 60cm. (5-6)
 2Lt
£6.95
3.00
Arisaema flavum
Cobra Lily
One of the easier varieties with squat yellow spathes nestling amongst the trifoliate leaves during summer. Very late into growth in spring. Best in humus rich, not too dry soil in light shade. (6-7) 30cm.
 1Lt
£5.65
8.00
Arisaema ringens
Cobra Lily
Has a very unusual spathe. The spathe is green, with the mouth & lips lurid black, the whole thing looking contorted. Pairs of glossy, trifoliate leaves, with long, tapering stems. Woodland conditions in part or full shade. (6-7) 75cm
 1.4Lt
£5.30
5.00
Arisaema ringens
Cobra Lily
 2Lt
£7.45
5.00
Arisarum proboscideum
Mouse Plant
Quick spreading, bulbous ground cover for difficult sites. DEEP MAROON, long tailed spathes lie amongst the arrow-shaped leaves looking like hiding mice. Flowers spring. Ordinary soil in shade. Fascinating for children's gardens. 20x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Arisarum proboscideum
Mouse Plant
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Aristea ecklonii
Dense clumps of Iris like evergreen foliage & a succession of beautiful blue six segmented flowers for months. Very well drained sheltered position in sun. Protect in winter. South african Iris relative. (4-6) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Artemisia abrotanum 'Coca Cola'
Southernwood
Woody based sub-shrub with very fine, needle like intensely silver grey leaves with a strong Artemisia scent & strangely reminiscent of coca-cola. Airy silver flowerheads in summer add little. Best in a light, rather poor soil in sun. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Artemisia lactiflora Guizhou Group
Wonderful foliage perennial with aromatic, deeply cut, blackish-green leaves and mahogany-brown stems. Sprays of creamy-white flowers; midsummer on. Reasonably drained soil in sun or light shade. 1.5m.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Artemisia lactiflora 'Jim Russell'
Similar to Guizhou' but the white flowers are in arching panicles; July-August. Purple-flushed, finely cut leaves. Has a more open, graceful habit. Retentive, well drained soi in sun or part shade. 150cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Artemisia lactiflora 'Weisses Wunder'
Wormwodd
Huge herbaceous species with airy, much branched plumes of pure white flowers on green stems. Basal clumps of deeply cut, dark green leaves. Back of the border in fertile, well drained soil in sun or part shade.(7-9) 160cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Artemisia michauxiana
Sage Brush
Coll; Canada. Wonderfuly aromatic ground cover. Spreading, evergreen clumps of silvery green leaves. Insignificant flower panicles. Any reasonable soil in sun. 30x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Artemisia 'Powis Castle' (AGM)
Wormwood
Beautiful semi-woody perennial making a low mound of finely cut, silvery, aromatic foliage. Good contrast plant; also useful in summer containers. Requires hot, dry conditions in full sun. Suffers in cold, wet winters. 60x45cms.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Artemisia princeps
Japanese Mugwort
A vigorous, spreading aromatic herb with creeping, erect white stems with finely cut, silver leaves. Arching stems with small buff flowers add little. Loved by insects & probably best for the wild garden. 120x120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
9.00
Artemisia schmidtiana 'Nana' (AGM)
Semi-evergreen, prostrate perennial with beautiful, fern-like, very finely & deeply cut silver foliage. Insignificant yellow flowers. Ideal banks, rockeries etc. Spreads via creeping stems. Very well drained soil in sun. 10x15cms.
 2Lt
£6.35
10.00
Artemisia stelleriana 'Boughton Silver'
(syn.A.s.Mori' et al) One of the most attractive forms making spreading mats of intense silvery-white, lobed leaves. Very small yellow flowers are produced late in the season. For a fertile, drained soil in sun or part shade. 10x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Artemisia vulgaris 'Oriental Limelight'
Mugwort
Spectacular new showy variegated form of our native species. The divided leaves are irregularly splashed & variegated creamy yellow. Insignificant flower spikes. Ordinary well drained soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Arum dioscoridis
Lords & ladies
Variable tuberous perennial with large, deep purple & green bicoloured spathes heavily spotted purple & unpleasantly scented; spring. Narrow, dark green, spear-shaped leaves. Needs well drained soil in full sun. 30x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Arum italicum italicum 'Marmoratum' (AGM)
Lords & Ladies
(syn. A.italicum pictum) Glossy spear-shaped leaves are marbled grey & cream. Greenish-white spathes in spring are followed by orange berries. Fertile moist soil in light shade. 45x30cms.
 2Lt
£6.25
4.00
Aruncus aethusifolius
Goat's Beard
Low dense clumps of finely-cut, fresh green leaves on reddish stems. Feathery heads of Astilbe-like, small, fluffy, creamy-white flowers in June & July fading chestnut in autumn. Foliage turns red in winter. Moist soil in sun or shade. 30x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.50
4.00
Aruncus aethusifolius 'Filigran'
Small, low growing, edging perennial or alpine with basal clumps of very finely divided, almost fern like, fresh, light green leaves with stunning burgundy-red & russet autumn colour. Short, erect, branching spikes of small, fluffy white flowers, ageing rusty brown, during late summer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 20x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
10.00
Aruncus aethusifolius 'Porzellan'
Small, bushy, clump forming perennial with spreading mats of very finely cut, almost fern like, fresh green leaves with rich red & purple autumn colour. Short, airy, branching spikes of small, fluffy, off white flowers, borne during midsummer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 30x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Aruncus 'Johannifest'
Goat's Beard
Selected from aethusifolius but more vigorous & larger, Clumps of very finely cut leaves with the new growth flushed copper orange & taking on spectacular autumn colour. Narrow bottlebrush like white plumes age rusty in early summer. Retentive soil. (5-7) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
12.00
Aruncus 'Misty Lace'
Goats Beard
Bushy, mound forming perennial with finely dissevted soft green leaves turning rich coppery bronze in autumn with ref flashes. Finger like, radiating spikes of frothy creamy white flowers during late summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 85cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Asarum arifolium
Wild Ginger
Creeping woodlander, with rounded, triangular light green leaves, with silver marking between the veins. Small, tubular, fleshy, cup-shaped purple-brown flowers, with spreading lobes, nestle amongst the leaves in spring. Humus rich soil in shade. (3-4) 10cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
7.00
Asarum arifolium album
Jug Plant
Semi evergreen American species with good sized. heart-shaped leaves, variably mottled silver. Clusters of small. upward facing white flowers like little birds, nestle in the crown during mid spring. Best in a retentive, woodland soil in part shade. Beware of slugs! (2-3) 5cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
6.00
Asarum caudatum
Wild Ginger
A prostrate evergreen perennial with heart shaped glossy leathery leaves concealing beautiful small pitcher-shaped brown flowers with tail-like lobes produced at the crown. Humus rich moist yet well drained soil in part shade. Spreads via rhizomes. 20x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Asarum delavayi -giant
Selected larger leaved form of this Chinese species, found at Edgecombe Gardens in the USA. Semi-evergreen , large, heart-shaped leathery leaves, attractively mottled silver. The new growth in spring is a pale green. Pitcher shaped brown flowers nestle at the base of the stems in spring. Woodland soil in shade. Beware slugs. (2-4) 15cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
9.00
Asarum epigynum
Small, gently creeping woodland species from Taiwan. Semi-evergreen mats of small, heart-shaped, narrowly pointed, intensely glossy leaves covered in a gold network of veins. Small brownish flowers at the base of the stems during late spring. Humus rich, woodland soil in part shade. (3-4) 15cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
9.00
Asarum splendens
Woodland Ginger
Gently creeping woodlander, with rounded, pointed dark leathery-green leaves with a heavy silver overlay, much like a Cyclamen coum. Small purple-brown flowers nestle amongst the leaves in spring. BEWARE OF SLUGS. Leafy, woodland soil in part shade. (3-5) 15cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
19.00
Asclepias hallii
 1.4Lt
£5.95
5.00
Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet'
Swamp Milkweed
Rarely grown upright border plant with broad leaves up the stems. Branching heads carry MYRIADS OF STARRY WHITE FLOWERS in drooping clusters in midsummer. Stems exude a milky sap. Well drained soil in sun. Hates root disturbance. 75x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
12.00
Asclepias speciosa
Showy Milkweed
Coll; Wells Co.North Dakota. Large, flattened umbels of DEEP PINK flowers in late summer. Erect stems covered in white down as are the leaves. Perfect drainage in gritty soil in full sun required. 60x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Asclepias syriaca
Silkweed
One of the hardiest species. Dense umbels of fragrant, purple, reflexed flowers; July & August. Stout stems with broad leaves. A wonderful choice for bees. Sandy, well drained soil in full sun. 120x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Asclepias tuberosa 'Hello Yellow'
Butterfly Weed
Flattened umbels of bright yellow flowers; midsummer to early autumn. Unbranched stems with lance-shaped leaves. Fertile, well drained soil in full sun. 90x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Asparagus pseudoscaber 'Spitzenschleier'
Lace Veil
The best hardy asparagus fern, much sought after by flower arrangers. Erect waving stems with delicately laced foliage. Red fruits amongst the yellowing foliage in autumn. Well drained soil in full sun. 90x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Asparagus virgatus
A showy foliage plant, needing protection in a cold greenhouse during winter. Upright stems with fine, thread like, frothy leaves in a billowing mound. Insignificant flowers are followed by small orange fruit. Free draining soil in sun or shade. 100x60cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
5.00
Asperula taurina
A small, strongly rhizomatous perennial for ground cover in a moist woodland. Running stems with small, finely linear, glossy, mid-green leaves. Terminal clusters of petalless flowers, with just long white stamens are held from April to June. Easy ground cover for sun or shade. (4-7) 15x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
11.00
Asphodeline lutea
King's Spear
Used in British gardens since 1648, this comes from SE Europe & N.Africa. Basal rosettes of channelled, ash grey basal leaves. Erect spikes of starry golden-yellow flowers from midsummer into early autumn. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Asphodelus aestivus
Asphodel
syn..MICROCARPUS. Grassy clumps of broad, grey-green leaves topped by much branched spikes of white, starry flowers with a soft orange reverse, salmon filaments & orange anthers. Decorative perennial from the Mediterranean. Sunny well drained site. 120x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
5.00
Asphodelus albus
Jacob's Rod
Closely related to Asphodeline. Spikes of starry, white flowers with mushroom-coloured veining & brown flush on the exterior; early summer. Clump forming perennial with grassy leaves. Well drained soil in sun. 90x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
22.00
Asphodelus fistulosus
Onion weed
Slender, erect perennial with basal rosettes of channelled, strap like leaves. Erect, pyramidal spikes of starry white flowers with a central brown vein & orange anthers, emerging from pink flushed buds during early summer. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-7) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Aspidistra elatior (AGM))
Cast Iron Plant
Grown for years as a houseplant, this Chinese woodland species is amzingly hardy in cool, sheltered woodland. Spreading rhizomes with long, narrow, glossy evergreen leaves. Small cream flowers nestle at soil surface in spring on mature plants. 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
4.00
Aspidistra elatior 'Milky Way'
Bar Room pLANT
Excellent ground cover even in the deepest shade. Leathery strap-like evergreen leaves are regularly spotted white. Clusters of starry cream flowers heavily spotted pink appear at ground level in August to October. Loved by slugs. (8-10) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
9.00
Aspidistra zongbayi 'Uan Fat Lady'
Small, gently creeping woodland perennial with short, 15cm stems having large, 20cm, oval, glossy green leaves with a central band of paler yellow green & variable speckling. Insignificant flowers. Surprisingly hardy but dislikes excessive winter wet. 15x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
4.00
Asplenium ebenoides (AGM)
Dragon tail Fern
Thought to be a hybrid of the Walking stick fern, this semi-evergreen rhizomatous fern with long narrow, tapering, glossy green fronds with saw toothed pinnate, making it very distinct. Forms a small clump to 30cm tall in a retentive soil in part or full shade. From Eastern USA. 30x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.75
14.00
Aster 'Anja's Choice'
aSTER
A series of strong uprigt stems with much branching form a spire of small yellow eyed white daisies with a pink flush late in the season. Fine leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Aster ciliolatus
Lindley's Aster
Widespread species across North America but rare in cultivation. Dense heads of small pale lilac-blue daisies in autumn. The cream centres age pinkish with age. Basal clumps of lightly hairy, heart shaped leaves. Easy in any retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-10) 80cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Aster 'Climax'
Large, billowing clouds of reasonably large, LILAC-BLUE flowers on much branched stems; October & November. Unusual scent. Choice end of season finale! Gives good height at the back of the border. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 150x90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
5.00
Aster 'Coombe Fishacre' (AGM)
(x lateriflorus) Large, lilac-pink daisies with a rosy-brown eye; held on lateral branches early autumn. Tall, upright stems. Mildew free. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Aster ericoides 'Blue Star' (AGM)
Heath leaved Aster
Attractive, mildew free variety with clouds of very small, powder-blue daises with a creamy-yellow in autumn which smother the bush. Fine, needle like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Aster ericoides 'Pink Cloud' (AGM)
A twiggy, wiry stemmed perennial forming wide sprays densly set with small, starry PINK flowers in late summer & autumn. Easy to maintain in any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 90cms. Flowers: September-October
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Aster ericoides 'Pink Cloud' (AGM)
 2Lt
£5.95
2.00
Aster greatae KM-K-186-02
Aster
A form we collected in Kanab, Utah, this has erect stems with elliptic leaves topped by heads of attractive sky blue flowers around a creamy yellow eye during late summer & autumn. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-10) 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Aster 'Kylie' (AGM)
Strong stems with clouds of small, yellow eyed, candy pink flowers; early autumn. One of the last hybrids to flower. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
11.00
Aster laevis
Smooth Aster
Showy upright species, with heads of showy sky-blue flowers with a yellow eye on much-branched stems. Narrow glaucous grey leaves adorn the stems. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 150cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
6.00
Aster lateriflorus 'Lovely'
Aster
A more compact form, with branched horizontal stems carrying clouds of small yellow eyed pink-mauve daisies in autumn. Erect stems with elliptic leaves. Fertile, retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Aster 'Little Carlow' (AGM) (cordifolius x)
Cordifolius hybrid
A good, mildew-free variety with erect stems carrying CLOUDS OF SMALL RICH-BLUE DAISIES that smother the bush from September to November. Tiny dark green leaves. Fertile, retentive soil in sun or part shade. 90x75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Aster 'Little Carlow' (AGM) (cordifolius x)
Cordifolius hybrid
 3Lt
£6.75
2.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Barr's Blue'
New England Aster
One of the earlier flowering New England Asters with sprays of good sized rich violet-blue flowers with a gold eye;- Late summer into autumn. The stems have reasonable mildew resistance. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (8-11) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
10.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Barr's Pink'
New England Aster
Excellent back of the border, late autumn flowerer with strong, well branched heads of large, lilac-pink flowers with a prominent yellow eye. Good mildew resistance. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (9-10) 150cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Constanze'
New England Aster
Not often seen French hybrid with heads of single, rich royal-blue, purple flushed flowers with a gold eye, from August to october. Good, back of the border late season Aster for a retentive soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Herbstschnee'
New England Aster
Stout stems with clusters of semi-double white flowers with a yellow eye late in the season. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 150cm. (8-10)
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Purple Dome'
New England Aster
A very dwarf compact form, with heads of intense violet-blue daisies with a golden-yellow eye. Forms a neat compact mound & is relatively mildew resistant. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-9) 45cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Violetta'
New England Aster
Striking hybrid, with heads of rather small single intense deep violet-purple flowers with a gold eye late in the season. Reasonably good mildew resistance. Good back of the border plant for retentive soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 135cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Aspatio Purple'
Michaelmas Daisy
Bred specifically for the pot plant trade, this dwarf form has striking, semi-double, intense violet-blue, gold eyed daisies, over a long period from late summer into autumn. Relatively mildew free in retentive soil. Best in sun or part shade. (8-10) 40cm.
 2Lt
£6.45
4.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Climax'
New York Aster
Not the same plant as 'Climax', This is a relatively mildew free variety with clouds of single, sky-blue daisies, very late in the year, often late autumn. Looks like it may have some laevis in it's blood. Vigorous form for a retentive soil in sun or part shade. (9-11) 75cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Crimson Brocade'
Michaelmas Daisy
Choice autumn flowering perennial with clusters of almost single, intense, cerise-pink flowers with a pale yellow eye;- autumn. Needs a retentive soil to prevent mildew although this form has good resistance. Sun or part shade. 90x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Lady In Blue'
Dwarf Michaelmas Daisy
Compact, bushy perennial massed in heads of SEMI-DOUBLE RICH BLUE flowers late summer. Retentive soil in full sun. 25x25cms. Flowers: September-October
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Aster 'Pixie Dark Eye' (x ericoides)
ericoides hybrid
(ericoides hybrid) Very profuse, free flowering hybrid with execllent mildew resistance. Clouds of small deep purple-red flowers with a small yellow eye in autumn. Excellent for cutting. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (8-10) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
6.00
Aster pyrenaeus 'Lutetia'
Semi-arching stems with SINGLE, WIDE-RAYED, PALEST LIGHT LILAC-BLUE daisies with a plae yellow eye; August-Spetember. Sound basal clumps of grey-green leaves. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. 75cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Aster radula 'August Sky'
Very early flowering aster with well branched, almost black stems carrying clouds of starry lavender-purple daisies over a long period from July to September. A tough, easy, mildew free variety for a retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Aster schreberi
Aster
Anm excellent choice for dry shade. Mounds of clump forming, heart shaped leaves. Large, starry white flowers with a small yellow eye from midsummer into autumn. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
12.00
Aster sericeus
A small, bushy, slender stemmed, prairie perennial with wiry dark stems having small, almost wedge-shaped, bright silver, sparse leaves. Small, terminal heads of daisy like, lilac-pink flowers with a cream disc, from mid to late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. 60x45cm. (7-8) 
 1.4Lt
£4.65
11.00
Aster souliei
Large, semi-double, pale lilac-blue, golden-eyed daisies on short stems; late spring. Carpets of dark, evergreen leaves. A rarely seen species from Western China. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 15x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Aster thomsonii 'Nanus'
Thomson's Aster
Clouds of small, PALEST LAVENDER-BLUE daisies on a bush with the habit of A.frikartii. A sought after plant - the market appears to be full of imposters being sold under this name! Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
12.00
Aster tongolensis 'Wartburgstern'
Stout stems of large, single, deep blue daisies with vivid orange centres; throughout summer. Dwarfer, disease-free hybrid making mats of hairy, dark green leaves. Benefits from regular division. Well drained fertile soil in sun. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Aster trifoliatus ageratoides 'Starshine'
Bred in Holland, this is a totally mildew free variety. Erect stems with small, lobed, mid-green leaves. The whole plant is covered in a profusion of small white, yellow eyed daisies from August to October. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-10) 70cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
14.00
Aster x frikartii 'Monch' (AGM)
Abundance of broad petalled, RICH LAVENDER-BLUE daisy-like flowers; August to October. Mildew free. Excellent hybrid of upright, well branched habit. Reasonably drained soil in sun. 75x45cms.
 2Lt
£7.25
2.00
Aster x versicolor 'Altweibersommer
Strong growing, late summer aster with heavily branched stems carrying clouds of small narrow petalled, single, sky-blue daisies with a cream eye which ages reddish-pink.Slender stems with narrow, elliptic l;eaves. Relatively mildew free. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (8-10) 90x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Astilbe 'Beauty Of Ernst' (x arendsii)
False Spiraea
Superb foliage plant forming large mounds of glossy green, deeply cut leaves heavily stained burgundy at the tips. Open, airy plumes of blush pink flowers ;- late summer. Spectacular bonfire autumn colour. Best in a retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. (7-8) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Astilbe 'Ceres' (x arendsii)
False Spiraea
Old hybrid, rarely seen nowadays but easy nonetheless. Mounds of red flushed, finely cut, glossy green leaves. Airy, widely spaced pyramidal plumes of pleasing light pink flowers, during mid to late summer followed by ruddy seed heads. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
5.00
Astilbe chinensis taquetii 'Purpurlanze'
Spiraea
Long, tapering upright narrow spikes of glowing, intense lilac-pink flowers. Mounds of deeply cut purple-flushed dark-green leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun. (7-8) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Astilbe chinensis 'Vision in Red'
Small, bushy, clump former with divided mounds of bright, glossy green leaves, emerging red, more bronze-purple at flowering. Dark stems have fat, reddish-purple plumes, borne during midsummer. Retentive, even wet soil colouring best with some sun. 45x45cm. (7-8)
 1.4Lt
£4.65
9.00
Astilbe 'Chocolate Shogun'
Spiraea
Bred in Japan, this is a stunning foliage plant. Divided leaves are a rich chocolate-brown with purple overtones, holding their colour throughout the season. Short spikes of airy soft pink flowers during midsummer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
6.00
Astilbe 'Deutschland' (japonica x)
( x japonica)
Dense spikes of intensely white, bold plumes. Ruddy-brown seed heads through winter. Basal clumps of ferny foliage. Moist, even boggy, rich soil in sun or part shade. 60cms. Flowers: June-July
 2Lt
£5.95
4.00
Astilbe 'Dusseldorf' (japonica hybrid)
False Spiraea
Not often seen now, this old hybrid has erect plumes of good sized intense salmon-red flowers during June & July. Basal clumps of mid-green leaves, flushed red on the new growth. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
13.00
Astilbe 'Elizabeth Bloom' (x xrendsii)
False Spiraea
Erect plumes of showy, salmon-pink flowers fading to a dusky rust-flushed salmon in late summer. The newly emerging leaves are heavily flushed burgundy, greener by midsummer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. 90cm. (7-8)
 2Lt
£5.95
2.00
Astilbe 'Fanal' (x arendsii) (AGM)
Spiraea
Dwarfer variety with dense, compact spikes of intense deep-red plumes. Basal clumps of ferny foliage mahogany tinted when young. Ruddy-brown seed heads through winter. Best in rich, moist soil in sun or partial shade. 40x40cms. Flowers: June-August
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Astilbe 'Look At Me' (x arendsii)
A small, neat, elegant clump former with mounds of very finely cut, deep green leaves. Red stems carry pyramidal spikes of bubblegum-pink flowers over a long period through summer, followed by ruddy seed heads. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. 45x45cm. (6-8)
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Astilbe 'Maggie Daley'
Spiraea
An unusual combination of large, feathery plumes of RICH-PURPLE flowers & dark smokey foliage; June to August. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. 75x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Astilbe mixed
 2Lt
£7.95
6.00
Astilbe rivularis myriantha BWJ 8076a
Divided, greyish thick textured basal leaves with large, oval leaflets. Huge, rather lax, arching panicles of white flowers from July-September. A huge, imposing species from Baoxing, China. Best in a soil that does not dry out in sun to part shade. (7-9) 2.0mtrs.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
6.00
Astilbe 'Salland'
False Spiraea
Rarely seen, very tall x arendsii hybrid with erectly held, fluffy plumes of carmine red flowers. A midseason variety flowering June to August. Deeply cut, fresh green leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 180cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Astilbe thunbergii hachijoensis
False Spiraea
Rare species from Japan, with long, narrow, arching plumes of small white flopwers during midsummer. basal clumps of deeply cut, fresh green leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Astilbe 'W.E. Gladstone' (japonica x)
(japonica x)
Tapering spikes of creamy-white plumes maturing to ruddy-brown seed heads through winter. Basal clumps of ferny, fresh-green foliage. Moist, even boggy, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 50x45cm. Flowers: June-August.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Astilbe 'Weisse Gloria' (x arendsii)
(syn. A.White Gloria') A compact variety with finely cut, fresh green leaves topped by LARGE, PURE WHITE TRUSSES. Ruddy-brown seed heads through winter. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 60x45cm. Flowers: June-August.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Astilboides tabularis
Closely related to Rodgersia. Large, almost rounded light green leaves to 90cms across. Heavily drooping clusters of small, star-shaped CREAMY-WHITE flowers on tall stems. Cool, moist, rich soil in part or full shade. 75x60cms. Flowers: Late summer.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Astrantia bavarica
Masterwort
Rarely seen in cultivation. Large, papery, white flowers are flushed green & purple, with a prominent ruff; early to midsummer. Humus rich, retentive soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
4.00
Astrantia 'Burgundy Manor'
Selected for it's repeat flowering, this strong growing form has large, posy-like, rich burgundy-red flowers, held on near black stems from late spring, to late summer. The divided, basal leaves are stained black, Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 65x50cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
5.00
Astrantia major 'Berdien'
Masterwort
Dutch hybrid with good sized silvery-white flowers, lightly tipped jade-green, turning more silvery-pink as they age. They are held on well branched stems from May to August. Basal mounds of divided leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Astrantia major 'Gill Richardson'
Masterwort
One of the most vigorous crimson flowered forms. Basal clumps of large, divided, dark-green leaves. Well branched stems with small, pincushion like, dusky crimson flowers throughout summer. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (5-7) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
5.00
Astrantia major 'Gill Richardson'
Masterwort
 2Lt
£7.45
2.00
Astrantia major 'Gracilis'
Masterwort
Compact hybrid with rather large, soft rose-pink flowers having a larger silvery-pink ruff. They age almost silver with jade green tips. Very early flowerer. Mounds of divided basal leaves. Easily grown in retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Astrantia major involucrata 'Canneman'
Masterwort
A tall vigorous seed raised strain, breeding more or less true. Rather large, creamy-white flowers are tipped green, with a fine magenta picotee. Much divided leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Astrantia major involucrata 'Jumble Hole'
Masterwort
Bred by Richard Easton, this showy hybrid has good sized white flowers. The ruff is made up of narrow petals, all tipped in green. White central part with a light pink stain. Very long flowering from May to October. Basal clumps of divided leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
2.00
Astrantia major involucrata 'Shaggy' (AGM)
Greater Masterwort
Gently spreading, easily grown perennial the wiry stems topped with papery, white posies with a large shaggy' collar; summer persisting through autumn. Divided basal leaves. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cm. THE REAL THING!!!!!!
 1.4Lt
£4.95
6.00
Astrantia major 'Lola'
Masterwort
One of the best of the pink forms with good sized soft silver pink flowers in profusion from early summer for several months. The leaves are a little prone to rust & rather pale but nonetheless a good plant. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Astrantia major 'Pink Crush'
Masterwort
Shorter form, selected at Bressingham Gardens with good sized, shining silver-pink flowers with a deeper centre over a long period;- May to July. Very floriferous. Any retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-7) 40cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
5.00
Astrantia major 'Pink Pride'
Masterwort
Compact form with pincushion like, silvery-white, pink flushed flowers, the red filaments giving an overall pinker hue. Flowers all summer. Divided leaves. Cooler, moist, soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 3Lt
£6.45
5.00
Astrantia major 'Primadonna'
Greater Masterwort
Papery, dark purple flowers with a large, deeper ruff; July to September. Upright branched stems. Excellent for drying. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Astrantia major 'Red Joyce'
Bushy, clump forming perennial with branching stems carrying posy-like, dark crimson-red flowers, opening from black flushed buds from early to late summer. Clumps of divided leaves are strongly flushed maroon-black. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
11.00
Astrantia major 'Rosensinfonie'
Masterwort
Wiry stems with large, RICH-PINK collared flowers on wiry stems; June to September. The colour can be variable as this is a seed strain. Retentive yet well drained soil. 45cm
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Astrantia major 'Ruby Giant'
Masterwort
Slow growing, clump forming masterwort with divided, glossy leaves & dark stems carry deep crimson-red large flowers with matching spikey bracts, borne from late spring, well into summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. The largest of the reds. 60x50cm. (5-8)
 1.4Lt
£5.35
6.00
Astrantia major 'Ruby Wedding'
Masterwort
Spectacular new hybrid with pincushion-like intense burgundy-red posies of great poise all summer. Mounds of divided leaves. Much sought after. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 60cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Astrantia major 'Silver Glow'
Masterwort
Elegant new hybrid with rather small, silvery white flowers, with a greenish-pink flush, held on well branched stems over a long period in summer. Divided leaves. Best in a retentive soil in part shade but adaptable. (5-8) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
12.00
Astrantia major 'Star Of Billion'
Masterwort
Very profuse flowerer with good sized silvery white blooms with the merest pink tinge & fine green tips. Small silvery centre stained green at the base. Divided fresh green leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. ((6-9) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Astrantia major 'Star Of Treasure'
Masterwort
A robust, shorter red flowered form with large, divided thick green leaves, tipped burgundy when cold. Branched sprays of profuse dark burgundy red flowers with a similar pincushion centre ;- all summer. Adaptable but best ina retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
3.00
Astrantia major 'Sunningdale Variegated' (AGM)
Masterwort
Well branched wiry stems with heads of papery posies' of greenish-white flowers with a pale green collar. Clumps of divided leaves elegantly marked yellow & cream especially in spring. Reasonably drained soil in sun. 60x45cm. Flowers: August-September.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
7.00
Astrantia major 'Venice'
Masterwort
Compact red selection with dark purple red pincushions on black flushed stems during early to midsummer. Divided basal leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
5.00
Astrantia 'Sparkling Stars Pink'
A clump forming perennial with branching stems topped by pincushion-like, soft pink flowers, stained red at the base of the petals, freely borne from early to midsummer. The leaves are deep green & deeply divided. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 60x45cm. (5-8)
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Astrantia 'Superstar'
Masterwort
syn. White Giant'. Much confusion surrounds this very showy large white flowered form. Pincushion like, silvery-white flowers with large, narrow bracts, tipped in jade green. Flowers June to September. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Astrantia 'Warren Hills'
Masterwort
Named for the garden of the national collection, this has very nice silver-pink flowers with prominently green tipped bracts;- May to August. basal mounds of divided, fresh green leaves. Good ground cover for retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
3.00
Athyrium 'Ocean's Fury'
Lady Fern
This Japanese painted fern hybrid forms a rosette of lacy-textured, silver-green fronds, each ending with an attractive forked crest. Burgundy red flushed stems. Very popular in the USA. Retentive soil in part or full shade. 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
2.00
Ballota pseudodictamnus dwarf B&M8119
A dwarf form of this small sub-shrub, collected on Crete by Chris Brickell. Erect, white felted stems have opposite pairs of green very woolly leaves. Terminal whorls of green inflated bracts from which peep small lilac flowers, during summer. Gritty, free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 20x60cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Baptisia australis (AGM)
A plant reminiscent of a Lupin with grey-green leaves on bluish stems. Spikes of INDIGO-BLUE flowers followed by black seed pods. Any not too chalky soil in sun. 120x60cm. Flowers: June-July.
 2Lt
£6.75
15.00
Beesia calthifolia
Choice, moisture loving perennial recently introduced from China. Like a marsh marigold, the intensely glossy leaves are stained a rich-brown at the margins. Spikes of starry white flowers through summer to the frosts. Can be caught by the late frosts. Sheltered, moist shady spot. (5-9) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
2.00
Begonia emeiensis DJHC98479
Hardy Begonia
Collected by Dan Hinkley on Mt.Emei in Sichuan province. Creeping rhizome with rather rounded, fleshy green leaves with toothed margins. Clusters of pink flowers during August & September. On the borderlines of hardiness with a good mulch in a woodland soil in part shade. (8-9) 25cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
8.00
Begonia grandis evansiana alba
Hardy Begonia
Clusters of scented, SOFT WHITE flowers; summer. Amazingly hardy tuberous species with thick fleshy stems & pale olive green leaves flushed pink beneath. Well drained soil in dappled shade. 45x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
6.00
Begonia grandis evansiana 'Simsii'
Hardy Begonia
Surprising;y hardy Begonis with fleshy stems & pale green leaves. Clusters of softest blush-pink flowers in late summer followed by bulbils which drop to the soil. Best in a sheltered woodland spot in part shade. (8-10) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
6.00
Begonia grandis 'Sapporo'
Hardy Begonia
Strong growing, hardy Begonia for a cool, woodland position. Fleshy red stems with sage green, metallic leaves with burgundy red reverses. Clusters of cup-shaped, deep-pinkish red, four petalled flowers in late summer & autumn. (7-9) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
9.00
Begonia sutherlandii (AGM)
Iwozya
Tuberous rooted half hardy perennial, proving tougher than expected for a plant from Natal. After the clusters of soft apricot flowers which last all summer small bulbils drop off which generally regrow the following year. arching fleshy stems with pale green leaves. Best in shelter & dappled shade. (5-10) 35cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
10.00
Bergenia 'Abendglut'
(syn.Evening Glow') VIVID ROSE-RED flowers; April-May. Large, leathery evergreen leaves turn an attractive plum-red in winter. Good ground cover. Any reasonable soil; any aspect. 30cms. Flowers: April-May.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Bergenia 'Abendglut'
 2Lt
£5.65
4.00
Bergenia 'Bach'
Elephant's Ears
One of the most beautiful white forms with erect spikes of palest icing sugar-pink flowers, quickly ageing white, held in persistent red calyces on red stems; March & April. Neat small to medium leaves remaining green all winter. Slow but worth the effort. Unaccountably rare. Any soil in sun or shade. (3-5) 25cm.
 2Lt
£6.85
17.00
Bergenia 'Bressingham Ruby'
Elephant's Ears
One of the most spectacular for winter colour. The medium sized glossy green leaves turn a fiery burgundy & scarlet when subjected to cold. Heads of bell shaped rich pink flowers intermittently;- November to March. Easy in any soil in sun or shade. (11-3) 30cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Bergenia 'Bressingham Salmon'
Short spikes of rich salmon-pink flowers April-May. Bold, glossy leaves all year. Good ground cover. Suitable for most situations including shade. 25cms.
 2Lt
£5.65
8.00
Bergenia 'Bressingham White' (AGM)
A good white form the large, pure white flowers freely produced from mid to late spring. Robust, rich green leaves. Clump forming perennial for and reasonably drained soil in sun or shade. 40x50cms+.
 2Lt
£5.65
5.00
Bergenia cordifolia 'Jelle'
Elephant's Ears
Short, compact form with smaller, oval green leaves, taking on red tinges in winter. Clusters of white flowers on green stems during mild spells in winter & spring. Good ground cover even for dry shade. (1-4) 15cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
3.00
Bergenia cordifolia 'Purpurea' (AGM)
Sprays of pink flowers April-May. Free flowering. Large, purplish, fleshy, evergreen leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. 20cms.
 2Lt
£5.65
8.00
Bergenia 'David'
Elephant's Ears
Rather distinct form with oval, rich olive-green leaves held erectly. They turn rich burgundy & red throughout autumn & winter. Nodding heads of bell-shaped deep pink flowers from late winter through spring. Any soil & site even in dry shade. (2-5) 40cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
2.00
Bergenia 'Eroica' (AGM)
Pig Squeak
Large, shining, thick-green leaves maturing dark-green & finally dark-copper in autumn & winter. Large deep cerise-purple flowers with a red eye on stout burgundy stems. Good ground cover for sun or shade in any reasonable soil. (2-4) 30cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
9.00
Bergenia 'Godfrey Owen'
Elephant's Ears
Quite a strong growing Bergenia, much like a smaller leaved purpurascens. The winter colour in a strange reddish-brown. Good sized purple-pink flowers well above the leaves during early to mid spring. Good even in dry shade. but adaptable. (2-4) 30cm.
 2Lt
£5.95
2.00
Bergenia ''Herbstblute'
Translates as 'Autumn Glow'. A cordifolia hybrid with basal clumps of very large, thick & leathery, glossy, deep-green leaves, turning burnished purple-red during the autumn. Very tall, 60cm stems carry heads of cup-shaped soft-pink flowers during April & May. Good ground cover even for dry shade. 60x60cm. (4-5) 
 2Lt
£5.95
10.00
Bergenia 'Ice Queen'
A very unusual form, a symphony of green. Basal clumps of leathery, oval, soft green leaves, take on little autumn colour. Short stems have fattened spikes of bell-shaped, jade-green flowers, from January to April. Good ground cover even in dry shade. (1-4) 35x40cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
6.00
Bergenia 'Opal'
Elephant's Ears
Small, old form, slow of growth now with small, densely packed heads of small lilac flowers on bright red stalks;- mid spring. the leathery, oval are just tinted red in winter. Best in dappled shade & not too dry a spot. (3-4) 20cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
4.00
Bergenia 'Overture'
Elephant's Ears
Large leaverd hybrid with glossy, dark-green leaves in summer turning a wonderful rich burgundy-red in winter. Heads of large glowing cerise flowers with a red eye in early spring. Good ground cover for any soi, in sun or shade. (2-4) 30cm.
 2Lt
£6.95
2.00
Bergenia pacumbis CC 3616
Elephants Ears
Deciduous species offering a bare red stem with white flowers in a dense whorl. They are followed by very large, slightly downy. fleshy leaves, which will melt in frosts. Needs a very warm, sheltered spot in part or full shade or cold greenhouse. (1-3)
 1.4Lt
£5.30
6.00
Bergenia pacumbis CC 3616
Elephants Ears
 2Lt
£6.75
11.00
Bergenia 'Pinneberg'
Elephant's Ears
Old German hybrid, a good selection of cordifolia. Oval, medium sized, smooth green leaves turn a rich reddish-crimson in autumn & winter. Tall stems, well clear of the leaves, carry nodding rich crimson-pink. bell-shaped flowers from red calyces, during late winter & spring. Good ground cover even for dry shade. (2-5) 50cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
6.00
Bergenia purpurascens (AGM)
Elephant's Ears
syn.B.beesiana. Clump forming perennial, with oval, deep-green leaves, purple-red beneath, turning beetroot-red in winter. Nodding, pendent, deep pink-red flowers on rusty brown stems in late winter. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (2-4) 45cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
18.00
Bergenia purpurascens delavayi (AGM)
Elephant's Ears
An old favourite, now rarely seen with good sized leathery leaves turning rich wine red in autumn & winter. Good sized heads of rich pink flowers in winter & spring. Evergreen ground cover for any soil in sun or shade. (4-5) 45cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
6.00
Bergenia 'Purpurglocken'
Elephant's Ears
cordifolia hybrid with rounded, smooth green leaves turning rich reddish-purple in winter. Stout red stems topped by large, bell-shaped rich reddish-purple flowers in spring. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (2-4) 40cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
4.00
Bergenia 'Rietheim'
Elephant's Ears
Originating from the Grafin von Zeppelin nursery in Germany, this has very large, rounded leaves, turning rich burgundy in winter. Very large, slightly nodding, packed heads of narrowly trumpet shaped warm-pink flowers in late winter, through spring. Easy in any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (2-4) 30cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
3.00
Bergenia 'Rosenkristall'
A small, neat, edging evergreen perennial with large, leathery, rounded, rich glossy green leaves, to 20cm across, flushed burgundy red when cold in winter. Short stems carry heads of individually large, rich rose-pink flowers, from February to March. Tolerates dry soil in shade. 35x40cm. (2-3)
 2Lt
£7.20
2.00
Bergenia 'Rosi Ruffles'
Elephant's Ears
Compact sport from 'Rosi Klose' with rounded, glossy leaves with distict large teeth. Turns purple-red in winter. Red flushed stems with nodding, rosy-pink flowers all winter. Any reasonabl;e soil in sun or shade. (4-5)30cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
5.00
Bergenia 'Silberlicht' (AGM)
Elephants Ears
(Silver Light') flowers: Large heads of white fading to soft pink; early to mid-spring. Clump-forming evergreen perennial with large, scallop-edged, rich green leaves. Humus rich fertile soil in sun or part shade. 30x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Bergenia 'Wintermarchen' (AGM)
Elephants Ears
(Winter Fairy Tale') flowers: Heads of DARK ROSE-RED; April-May. Evergreen clump-former with deep green, shiny leaves red-purple beneath; red tinged in winter. Humus-rich, moist yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 40x45cms+.
 2Lt
£5.65
2.00
Berkheya cirsiifolia
Viciously spiny thistle like plant from the Drakensberg's proving reliably hardy. Very large, white daisy like flowers with a burgundy ring around the gold eye, from July to September. Needs a light, free draining soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Besseya wyomingensis
A small, tufted, very difficult to grow small perennial with sparse basal rosettes of narrow, toothed, grey-green leaves. Spreading stems with whorled, bottlebrush-like spikes of purple-pink petalless flowers with long stamens, during early summer. Needs a very moist, acid soil in shade. (6-7) 15x15cm.
 1Lt
£5.95
9.00
Bidens aurea -white flowered
Tickseed
Unusual colour break for this usually yellow species. Very tall, willowy stems topped by heads of small creamy-white daisies with a rusty gold eye, during late summer, through autumn. Finely cut, sparse leaves. Retentive soil in a sunny sheltered spot. (8-10) 180cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
4.00
Bletilla striata 'Albostriata'
A showy not too difficult to grow Orchid with pairs of lance shaped rich green leaves with a narrow silver edge. Spikes of narrow bell shaped white flowers flushed pink are freely produced in late spring & early summer. Humus rich sheltered site in part shade. 30x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
9.00
Bletilla striata 'Variegata'
This selected form the Japanese Ground Orchid has erect stems with alternate, elliptic, pleated leaves, variegated creamy-gold. Spikes of exotic, rich magenta-pink flowers from mid to late summer. Best in a cool, moist, humus rich, well drained soil in part shade. (7-9) 40cm.
 1Lt
£5.35
6.00
Boehmeria sieboldiana
Tall, strong growing nettle relative from China & Korea, ideal for the back of the border. Tidy, upright clumps of handsome, deeply veined leaves. Arching sprays of dangling tan flowers from mid to late summer. Best in a moist soil with some shade. (7-9) 150cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Boltonia asteroides latisquama 'Jim Crockett'
Much like, an early flowering aster, this mid sized perennial has billowing mounds of small, starry, sky-blue daisies with a small yellow disc, borne during midsummer into autumn. The linear leaves are mildew free. Easily grown in retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 65x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
11.00
Boltonia asteroides latisquama 'Jim Crockett'
 3Lt
£6.45
3.00
Bomarea acutifolia
On the borderlines of hardiness, this climbing, deciduous Alstroemeria has twining stems with fleshy, elliptic, grey-green leaves. Terminal clusters of nodding, narrowly tubular orange flowers with a yellow throat are held sporadically all year. Best in a cold greenhouse in winter. Ht. to 3.0mtrs. 
 4Lt
£10.80
10.00
Bouvardia ternifolia
Firecracker Flower
High altitude Mexican shrublet. Willowy stems topped by upward facing heads of narrowly tubular glowing scarlet-red flowers virtually all summer. rather untried in cultivation but so far seems promising in mild winters. (3-9) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Brodiaea californica
very rarely seen native of N.California with large large umbels of widely flared, trumpet-shaped, large lilac-violet flowers from silver striped buds, held on long stalks Linear blue-green basal leaves. Light, free draining soil in sun. (4-5) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Emerald Mist'
Brunnera
Sport from 'Langtrees' with the heart shaped soft green leaves having a band of large silver blotches. Sprading stems with sprays of small sky blue flowers in spring. Retentive, woodland soil in part or full shade. (4-6) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
5.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost' (AGM)
Brunnera
Slow growing woodlander, with large, heart shaped green leaves covered in a silver white speckling, leaving just a dark green edge. Sprays of small, forget me not intense blue flowers in spring. Humus rich, woodland soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 40cm.
1.5lt
£6.75
3.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack's Gold'
A small, slow growing, clump forming perennial with basal rosettes of pointed, heart-shaped, soft green leaves, covered in a strong gold wash & a silver veined overlay. Short, branching stems carry small, cup-=shaped, pale-blue flowers, during spring. Best in a woodland soil in part or full shade. 15x35cm. (3-5)
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Looking Glass'
Brunnera
New, improved 'Jack Frost' with the mounds of heart shaped leaves almost entirely silver, with just the veins highlighted in green. Airy sprays of small, piercing sky-blue flowers in spring. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Looking Glass'
Brunnera
 2Lt
£6.75
8.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Sea Heart'
Brunnera
Striking woodlander with large, heart shaped leaves, almost entirely silver, with a fine green rim. Sprays of two-tone, forget-me-not like pink & blue tiny lowers from mid to late spring. More or less evergreen in retentive soil, needing some shade. (4-5) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Sea Heart'
Brunnera
 2Lt
£7.95
2.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Silver Spear'
Rather too similar to 'Jack Frost' with rosettes of much more pointed, almost entirely silver-white with just the veins highlighted in green. Overall the effect is whiter than 'Jack Frost'. Airy sprays of small, four petalled, piercing blue, forget-me-not like flowers from from February to May. Woodland soil in part shade. (2-5) 30x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
10.00
Brunnera sibirica
Vigorous Russian species, even for dry shade. Spreading rhizomes with heart shaped leaves. Heads of small, piercing blue flowers in spring. Has medicinal uses in it's homeland. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (4-5) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Bulbinella hookeri
Fleshy rooted perennial related to Asphodeline, forming more or less evergreen rosettes of succulent, narrow, radiating stems. Spikes of starry, golden-yellow flowers, held on red flushed stems;- summer. Retentive, sheltered spot in sun. (7-8) 60cm
 1.4Lt
£5.65
8.00
Bulbinella nutans
Swartturk
Robust clumps of long, grassy, reed like leaves. Pyramidal spikes of small, starry creammy-yellow flowers in spring. Not really hardy but a good feature for a pot. S.Africa. Neutral to acid soil in sun or part shade. (2-4) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Buphthalmum salicifolium
Yellow Oxeye
A mass of narrow, dark green leaves topped with deep golden yellow daisies; June to September. Sun or part shade in any reasonable soil. 60x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Bupleurum falcatum
Sickle leaved Hare's Ear.
Graceful Euphorbia type plant of slow growth. Basal clumps of narrow leaves topped by cow parsley like small yellow heads on wiry branching stems. Self seeds in poor stony soils. Sun lover for fertile soil. 90x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Bupleurum longifolium
Thorow Wax
Euphorbia-like small yellow flowers held in large, yellow-green bracts; mid to late summer. Stem clasping, long narrow greyish-green leaves. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
5.00
Calamintha nepeta nepeta 'Blue Cloud'
Lesser Calamint
Upright, highly aromatic perennial topped with narrow, whispy spikes of dusky-blue flowers forming an airy cloud; July-August. Flowers attractive to bees. Leaves smell of mint. Reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun or dappled shade. 30cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Calamintha nepeta 'Weisse Riese'
Calamint
syn. 'White Giant'. German selection of our familiar native. Erect stems with highly aromatic, rounded, yellowish-green leaves. Tall, airy spikes of two-lipped white flowers which are much loved by bees, from midsummer to September. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. (7-9) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Calanthe discolor
A semi evergreen orchid suitable for the woodland garden. Large pairs of pleated & folded soft green leaves are topped by spikes of purple brown flowers with rose pink lips in summer. Humus rich woodland soil in a sheltered position. 45x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£12.25
5.00
Calanthe striata
Monkey Orchid
On the borderlines of hardiness, this terrestrial orchid has pairs of pleated, pale looking leaves. Rather exotic, citrus scented spidery yellow flowers during late summer. Needs a woodland soil with some shade & possibly best in a cold greenhouse in cold winters. (7-9) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£11.95
3.00
Calceolaria corymbosa
A small, clump forming perennial with a creeping rhizome & strongly toothed, softly hairy, deeply veined basal leaves. Short stems carry densely packed heads of pouch-like, golden-yellow flowers, speckled purple in the throat, during summer. May be tricky in the open garden? 40x40cm. (6-8) 
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Calceolaria filicaulis
A small, semi-evergreen mat forming Chilean perennial, new to cultivation. Mats of glossy, emerald-green leaves with crinkled margins. Wiry stems carry small, pouch-like, golden yellow flowers, speckled red, from May to July. Best in cool, moist, damp shade. Hardiness unknown. (5-7) 30x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Calceolaria prichardii
A small, mat forming perennial, untried in cultivation, so may not be hardy. This Chilean native forms mats of fleshy leaves. Short stems with clusters of pouch shaped yellow flowers, borne during summer. May be best in an alpine house. (6-7) 30x30cm.
 1Lt
£5.65
3.00
Calceolaria 'Sultan'
Pouch Flower
Not sure of this name, but a plant we were given from Logan Botanical Nursery. Evergreen mounds of light green, rough textured leaves on woody stems. Heads of large, rusty reddish-brown pouch like flowers all summer & autumn. Hardy in a very sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-9) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
5.00
Callirhoe involucrata tenuissima
Crimson Poppy Mallow
coll. 7,000' elevation in Los Lirios, Coahuila State, Mexico. Low, prostrate, mat forming semi evergreen with radiating stems clothed in mallow-shaped, deeply cut leaves. Large, silky, cup-shaped lavender-pink flowers with white edges & eye, early to midsummer. Needs excellent drainage in sun. (5-7) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
5.00
Caltha leptosepala howellii
White Marsh Marigold
Rarely seen USnative for a moist or even wet soil. Rosettes of rather Eryngium planum like leaves. Short stems carry clusters of narrow, rather ragged petalled white flowers in early to mid spring. Can be grown as a marginal in water up to 3-4' deep. Slow to multiply. (3-4) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Caltha palustris alba
Kingcup
Familiar native waterside plant with sprays of shiny, white flowers in spring. Rich, very moist soil in sun or part shade. 30x30cms. Flowers: April-May
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Caltha palustris 'Himalayan Snow'
White Marsh Marigold
Selected from a Himalayan form which is taller & bolder than the form in cultivation. Dark flushed stems with white flowers having broad, overlapping petals & flushed pink on the reverses. Large, glossy green, scallop shaped leaves/ Retentive, even wet soil in sun or shade. (3-5) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Camassia cusickii
Camosh
Choice bulbous plant from Oregon with wide strap-like greyish leaves, green beneath & wavy margined. Loose spikes of starry, pale blue flowers with one folded back petal; late spring. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x30cms.
 2Lt
£5.35
7.00
Camassia leichtlinii leichtlini (AGM)
Camass
Tall spikes of starry creamy-white flowers opening slowly from the base; late spring. Clumps of narrow grassy leaves emerge from a bulb. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 90x30cm. BULBS POISONOUS.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Camassia leichtlinii 'Sacajawea'
Camass
The first variegated leichtlinii type with broadly striped creamy-white leaves. Tall spikes of starry white flowers in May & June. Bulbous perennial for retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-6) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Camassia leichtlinii 'Semiplena'
Camass
Spikes of semi-double, CREAMY-WHITE flowers in late spring after which the leaves become spiralled & finally dormant in late summer. Choice, & rarely seen bulbous perennial. Retentive, rich, yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. BULBS POISONOUS
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Camassia leichtlinii suksdorfii 'Maybelle'
Selected as it is later flowering than the species, often two weeks later. A bulbous perennial with clumps of linear, channelled leaves. Erect spikes of starry, richer-blue flowers, opening from the base, during April & May. Summer dormant./ Retentive soil in sun or light shade. (4-6) 60cm. 
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Camassia quamash
Camass
syn. esculenta. A good bulbous plant for naturalizing. Erect stems carry spires of blue, starry flowers; May & June. Forms a cluster of small, grassy leaves. BULBS POISONOUS. Fertile soil in sun or part shade. 90x20cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Camassia quamash 'Blue Melody'
Camosh
A new hybrid with narrow, grassy leaves regularly variegated cream. Starry, RICH BLUE flowers held in loose spikes on erect stems; late spring. Petals become twisted on fading. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x30cm. BULBS POISONOUS.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Campanula 'Albert Kirkham'
Clustered bellflower
Unidentified wild collected species, much like glomerata or moesiaca but soundly perennial. Forms creeping mats of oval leaves topped by clusters of upward facing, narrow lilac-pink flowers with almost closed mouths, during late spring & early summer. Needs a species name really. Free draining soil in sun or part shade. (4-6) 35cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Campanula alliariifolia
Bellflower
(syn.C.a.White Bells') Long, wiry stems lined with IVORY-WHITE NODDING BELLS; summer. A beautiful bell-flower forming basal clumps of greyish, heart shaped leaves. Reasonably drained soil in sun or shade. 90cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Campanula 'Ambella Lilac'
(Addenda Series) A small, mat forming alpine bred for pots & twice flowering at least. Small, dark-green, scallop-shaped leaves re topped by clusters of small, thimble-shaped, soft lilac flowers, borne from April into autumn. Light, free draining soil in sun. 10x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Campanula 'Chloe'
Bellflower
Small, edging upright perennial with well branched stems carrying good sized, long, narrowly tubular mauve-blue flowers over a long period from midsummer. Much like a small 'Sarastro'. Nettle like leaves. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Campanula collina
Bellflower
Large, nodding, broadly bell-shaped dark purple-blue flowers on leafy stems during summer. Basal rosettes of broad, lance-shaped leaves with crenated margins. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-7) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Campanula 'Get Mee White'
Bred for pots & rockeries, this small, bun forming perennial has scallop shaped, small green leaves. the whole mat is studded in upward facing, small white bells over a very long period throughout summer. Best in a sharply drained, sheltered spot in sun. (5-9) 10cm.
 1Lt
£4.70
8.00
Campanula glomerata 'Emerald'
Clustered Bellflower
Good sized, rounded heads of pale-blue flowers with a dark blue edge & reverse during late spring & early summer. The pointed new leaves emerge emerald green. Light, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
13.00
Campanula grossekii
A very unusual variety with jagged leaves. Upright stems carry spires of smokey- blue saucers.Sun or part shade in any fertile well drained soil.90x60cm.(6-8)
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Campanula grossekii
 2Lt
£5.95
4.00
Campanula 'Indigo Blue'
Korean bellflower
Ringsabell Series'. A really dwarf form of the Korean bellflower with mats of pointed, toothed leaves. Very large, hanging, widely tubular inky violet-blue flowers from late spring to early summer. Much like a very short 'Sarastro'. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-8) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
15.00
Campanula kirpicznikovii
A small, rhizomatous, mat forming perennial from high altitudes in the Caucasus, ideal for a well drained rockery. Mats of pointed, toothed, mid-green leaves, thickly textured. Short stems carry tubular to funnel-shaped creamy-white, sometimes pink flowers, borne during summer. Full sun in light soil. (6-7) 15x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
5.00
Campanula lactiflora 'Alba' (AGM)
Milky Bellflower
Large conical panicles of open, bell-shaped, pure white flowers on strongly branched stems; early summer to early autumn. Erect habit. Fertile well drained soil in sun or part shade. 120x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Campanula lactiflora dwarf pink flowered
Milky Bellflower
Dwarf selection with spikes of flared, soft lilac-pink flowers during midsummer. Softly hairy leaves on non-running stems. Well drained soil in sun. (6-8)75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Campanula lactiflora 'Loddon Anna' (AGM)
Milky Bellflower
Branching heads of SOFT PINK, bell shaped flowers; June to September. Excellent, stately perennial the stout stems clothed with pointed leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 120x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Campanula lactiflora 'Loddon Anna' (AGM)
Milky Bellflower
 2Lt
£6.35
4.00
Campanula lactiflora Senior'
Bellflower
Big bold stems topped by spikes of flared, bell-shaped mid-blue flowers with a paler throat, freely produced in midsummer. Trouble free plant for well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-8) 150cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Campanula lactiflora 'White Pouffe'
Bell Flower
Long lasting display of branching heads of WHITE BELL-FLOWERS on hummocks of stiff stems. Adaptable plant for sun or part shade. 25cms. Flowers: June-September.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Campanula latifolia macrantha
Bellflower
Tall, bold, distinguished border plant with SPIKES OF LARGE VIOLET-BLUE BELLS followed by unusual seed heads. Self seeds when happy. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 120x60cms. Flowers: June-July.
 3Lt
£6.35
3.00
Campanula latiloba 'Alba' (AGM)
Bellflower
Excellent species making evergreen rosettes from which emerge stiff stems studded along their length with wide, saucer-shaped WHITE flowers. Fertile, moist yet drained soil in sun or very light shade. 75cms. Flowers: Midsummer.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
10.00
Campanula latiloba 'Alba' (AGM)
Bellflower
 2Lt
£5.75
6.00
Campanula latiloba 'Highcliffe Variety' (AGM)
Bellflower
Spreading, clump forming perennial with evergreen basal rosettes of elliptic leaves. Erect spikes with widely bell-shaped rich-blue flowers, freely borne during early to midsummer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 70x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Campanula latiloba 'Ivory Towers'
A slow growing, rosette forming perennial with basal rosettes of pointed, mid-green leaves, smaller up the stems. Slender spikes of nodding, long, bell-shaped white flowers with jagged lobes, borne during early to midsummer. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-7) 90x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
7.00
Campanula latiloba 'Splash'
Bellflower
Spikes of widely flared, cup-shaped soft-blue flowers with irregular patches of deeper blue, randomly splashed. Rosettes of more or less evergreen, narrow leaves. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Campanula Mevr. V. Vollenhove'
Broad creamy-white flowers enhanced by a reflexed corolla. Very free flowering over a very long season; June - August and maybe beyond. Neat, bushy clump former with grey-green foliage. Reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 20cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Campanula ochroleuca
Bellflower
Spikes of creamy-white bell-shaped flowers with extended stamens; late summer. Attractive perennial much like C.alliarifolia with heart-shaped grey-green leaves. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Campanula odontosepala
Bellflower
Originally sold by us as sp, coll Iran. A Paul Furse collection with running stems having toothed leaves. Large, nodding, bell shaped soft grey-blue bells with jagged mouths during summer. Free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Campanula pendula
Ring Bellflower
syn. Symphyandra. Long, loose racemes of creamy-white bell-shaped flowers in summer. Best in the rockery where it's flowers can be shown to the best effect. Bushy relative of Campanula with toothed, oval, green leaves. Dry well drained soil in sun. 30x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Campanula persicifolia 'Audrey Widdison'
Peach Leaved Bellflower
This is probably the correct name for what was sold as 'Binstead Gold'. Slow growing with creeping mats of elliptic, burnished golden-yellow leaves. Erect stems with sparse, bell-shaped white flowers during midsummer. Well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 50x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
3.00
Campanula persicifolia 'Azure Beauty'
Bellflower
Not sure if this a latiloba or persicifolia or possibly a hybrid of the two. Spikes of very large, rich blue hose-in-hose flowers with one cup sitting inside the other;- May & June. semi evergreen rosettes of leaves. Free draining soil in sun or light shade. 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Campanula persicifolia 'Cornish Mist'
Peach Leaved Bellflower
Discovered in a Cornish Garden, this has spikes of bell-shaped, soft lavender-grey flowes over a long period from early to mid summer. Basal rosettes of narrow, evergreen leaves. Divide regularly for vigour. Well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Campanula persicifolia 'La Belle'
Peach leaved Bellflower
Spikes of loose, bell-shaped double if not triple soft blue flowers like small roses, held on erect tems in early summer. Evergreen basal rosettes of long, leathery leaves. Divide regularly for vigour. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Campanula persicifolia 'La Bonne Amie'
Peach leaved Bellflower
Spikes of double, almost hose-in-hose, pure white flowers with reflexed tips to the petals;- early summer. Basal, evergreen rosettes of leaves need dividing regularly for vigour. Well drained soil in sun. (5-7) 70cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
14.00
Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty'
Bell Flower
Slender, wiry stems lined with attractive, nodding, papery, cup-shaped flowers of CHINA-BLUE; over a long period from June to August. Makes a basal rosette of evergreen leaves. Any reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 90cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Campanula portenschlagiana 'Alba'
Bellflower
Prostrate mat former with carpets of small, elliptic green leaves on trailing stems. the whole plant is smothered in a plethora of starry milky white flowers from early to late summer. Light, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 10cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Campanula poscharskyana
Bellflower
An excellent evergreen quick-spreading ground covering perennial producing an abundance of BELL-SHAPED LAVENDER-BLUE flowers over a long period; June to September. For a good soil in sun or part shade. 20x75cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
9.00
Campanula poscharskyana variegated
Bellflower
Small, slow growing edger or rockery perennial with spreading stems clothed in heart-shaped mid-green leaves with a wide, irregular white speckled margin, strong in spring, disappeared at flowering. The new growth is pink. Flared, bell-shaped sky-blue flowers during early summer. Well drained soil in sun. (5-6) 15cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Campanula punctata howozawa
Bellflower
Although this name is not found in literature, it does represent a distinct subspecies of this widespread species. Creeping mats of purple flushed, toothed leaves. Short stems carry large, bell-shaped soft dusky-pink flowers with flared mouths, during early summer. well drained soil in sun. (5-7) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Campanula punctata rubrifolia
Bell Flower
A low, spreading perennial with large, TUBULAR, CREAMY FLUSHED PURPLE BELLS SPECKLED BRIGHT RED WITHIN; July & August. Well drained, preferably sandy soil in a sunny position. 30x45cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Campanula punctata rubrifolia 'Beetroot'
Bellflower
Showy new hybrid, with the new leaves heavily flushed beetroot red. Large, hanging dark-purple bells, heavily spotted within. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
9.00
Campanula 'Purple Sensation'
Bellflower
Much like a shorter form of 'Sarastro' with large, hanging bell-shaped inky violet-blue flowers with jagged mouths from black flushed stems;- June & July. Heart shaped, jagged green leaves. Free draining soil in sun. (6-7) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Campanula pyramidalis
Chimney Bellflower
Spikes of large, MID-BLUE flowers over a long period; summer. Large, heart-shaped leaves. Can be short lived but in a light, well drained soil is soudly perennial. 150x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Campanula rotundifolia 'Olympica'
Harebell
Familiar Scottish native with wiry stems carrying cup shaped rich-blue thimble like flowers with a white throat, from early to midsummer. They emerge from dark blue buds. Tiny, elliptic glossy leaves. Light, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Campanula 'Sarastro'
Bellflower
A new Austrian hybrid very much like C.Kent Belle' but much more compact. Large, bell-shaped, deep violet blue flowers on branched stems. Clumps of jagged leaves. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Campanula 'Sarastro'
Bellflower
 2Lt
£5.95
2.00
Campanula 'Summertime Blues'
Bellflower
Bushy perennial with branching stems carrying large clusters of hanging, very long, widely bell-shaped, pale silvery-grey, purple flushed bells with jagged mouths, borne during mid to late summer. Basal clumps of stoloniferous hairy leaves. Light, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 60x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Campanula trachelium
Nettle leaved bellflower
Stout, sometimes red stems, carry shortish spikes of mid-blue to lilac, outward facing, bell-flowers held on short stalks; June-August. Upright perennial with nettle-like leaves. Grows in sun or shade in any fertile well drained soil. 90x45cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
10.00
Campanula trachelium alba
Bats in the Belfrey
Tall, elegant, narrow spikes of flared, tubular, slightly hairy, WHITE bells; summer. Basal clumps of bristly, nettle-shaped, dark green leaves. Good rich soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Campanula trachelium 'Bernice'
Nettle leaved Bellflower
Scarce old variety with large panicles of DOUBLE, VIOLET BLUE flowers in early summer. Basal clumps of hairy jagged leaves. Cut back hard after flowering for a second show. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Campanula trachelium 'Purple Break'
Selected form of this familiar species. Basal clumps of oval, toothed leaves. Erect stems with spikes of jagged rich purple flowers from June to September. Less prone to rust & can be grown even in dry shade. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Campanula zangezura
Ring Bellflower
syn.symphyandra. Short spikes of long, broad, bell-shaped lilac-blue flowers on the stems tips; late summer. Basal clumps of rounded, lobed, toothed leaves. Good for the rockery or front of the border. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 30x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Canna 'Cannova Scarlet'
A shorter, bushier, seed raised strain, breeding true from seed. Fleshy stems have paddle-shaped, darkest purple-brown leaves.They are topped by exotic clusters of orchid-like, glowing scarlet-red fruit. Selected as it flowers from young, from May to the frosts. Protect tubers in winter. Retentive soil in sun. 120x60cm.
 2Lt
£7.25
27.00
Cardamine digitata
Richardson's Bittercress
Rare species from Eastern USA with heads of simple, four petalled widely trumpet shaped, soft pink purple flowers as the leaves emerge in spring. The push through the ground with a bronze tinge & are finely pinnate. Cool, moist, woodland soil in part shade. (3-4)35cm
 1.4Lt
£5.35
22.00
Cardamine diphylla 'Eco Cut Leaf'
Delicate spring woodlander forming loose, informal mats of deeply divided fresh green leaves. Small clusters of simple four petalled white flowers just above the leaves in mid spring. Dormant through summer. Cool, humus rich soil with at least some shade.15cm
 1Lt
£4.65
10.00
Cardamine glanduligera
Bittercress
Unusual species with much divided, toothed leaves emerging with the purple-pink flowers in nearly spring. Dies down quickly after flowering. Leafy, woodland soil rich in humus in part or full shade. (3-4) 25cm. E.Europe.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
12.00
Cardamine heptaphylla 'Big White'
Taller, stronger growing variety of this spring woodlander with stems topped by divided glossy green leaves. Domed heads of simple, four petalled crisp white flowers in late spring. Often dormant by summer. Best in a retentive yet well drained woodland soil with some shade. (4-5) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
6.00
Cardamine pentaphyllos
Showy Toothwort
(syn.Dentaria digitata) Heads of PALE LILAC-PURPLE, four petalled flowers; late spring. Lance-shaped, toothed, divided leaflets. Clump former creeping gently by rhizomes. Summer dormant. Ordinary retentive soil in part or full shade. 30x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
11.00
Cardamine raphanifolia
Ladies Smock
syn. latifolia. Upright, wiry stems with attractive clusters of LILAC-PURPLE flowers; April-May. Spreading, rich-green leaves form as dense mat. Part or full shade in moist soil. 30x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Cardamine trifolia
Clusters of four-petalled WHITE flowers; April-June. Creeping rhizomes give rise to small, rounded, glossy leaves. Needs a moist soil in shade. 20x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Cardamine waldsteinii
Bittercress
Four petalled white flowers with purple anthers; late spring & early summer. Narrow divided spreading clumps of basal leaves. retentive soil in part or full shade. 20x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
5.00
Cardamine yezoense B&SWJ 4659
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Cardiocrinum giganteum (AGM)
Giant Lily
Spectacular bulbous plant with huge basal rosettes of glossy, dark green leaves. Stout stems bear large racemes of strongly scented, nodding, white trumpets striped maroon inside. Cool, rich soil in part shade but does not tolerate drought. 2.5x1.2m.
 2Lt
£8.75
6.00
Cardiocrinum giganteum yunnanense
Giant Lily
Spectacular large Lily with the big, glossy leaves emerging red-bronze. Spikes of very large, narrow petalled white flowers with a wide burgundy throat on mature, seven year old plants. Produces offsets which flower in subsequent years. Rich soil in pt.sh.(7-8)140
 2Lt
£9.95
7.00
Catananche caerulea 'Major' (AGM)
Cupid's Dart
More robust form of sun loving perennial with basal rosettes of grey-green, pinnate leaves. Well branched stems carry chaffy, powder-blue flowers with fringed petals & a dark-blue eye, freely borne during summer. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Caulophyllum thalictroides
Blue Cohosh
Rarely seen woodlander with small spikes of greenish-yellow flowers with long stamens; late spring & early summer followed by spectacular bright blue glaucous seeds. Palmate leaves. Slow to increase. Moist, humus rich acid soil in woodland soil.75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Cautleya cathcartii 'Tenzing's Gold' BSWJ2281
Hardy Ginger
Slender, upright perennial with narrowly elliptic leaves, flushed red on the undersides. Heads of narrowly tubular, golden flowers from reddish bracts, continuously through summer. Best in a humus rich, well drained soil with some shade. (5-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
2.00
Centaurea affinis
A small, neat., rockery forming perennial from Greece, forming flat, basal rosettes of pinnate, strongly silver glaucous leaves. Very short stems carry cornflower like, soft pink to purple-pink flowers, held in a swollen, brown scaled calyx during summer. Needs a light, sharply drained soil in sun. (6-7) 15x30cm.
 1Lt
£4.95
9.00
Centaurea alpestris
Knapweed
Rarely seen native of the mountains of Central Europe. Basal rosettes of elliptic, undivided leaves. Much branched stems with rich purple cornflowers held in a papery bract in early through midsummer. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Centaurea 'Amethyst on Ice'
Cornflower
Compact clump former with mounds of lance-shaped, grey felted green leaves. Heads of spidery, cornflower like, white flowers with a purple central zone, fading with a pink flush, mainly late spring but often repeating. Free draining soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 40x50cm.
 2Lt
£7.35
5.00
Centaurea 'Caramia'
Knapweed
Cornflower-like purple-pink spidery flowers on tall stems from dark buds; all summer. Narrow dark green leaves. Not sure of the breeding but may be a hybrid of C.phrygia. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Centaurea 'Caramia'
Knapweed
 3Lt
£6.35
3.00
Centaurea cf. carniolica SDR 5443
Cornflower
Not totally sure of the ID on this one. Low spreading stems with narrow grey-green leaves & medium sized multi-layered soft pink cornflowers during mid to late summer. Good for the rockery or edger. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 20x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Centaurea cheiranthifolia
Cornflower
Lovely species from the Mediterannean, forming basal clumps of felted, silver-white leaves. Large, softest primrose-yellow cornflowers with palest blue anthers;- midsummer. Well drained soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (6-8) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Centaurea cheiranthifolia
Cornflower
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Centaurea dealbata
Cornflower
Basal clumps of pale-green leaves, silver beneath. Heads of warm-pink cornflowers with a creamy-white eye during mid to late summer. Any reasonable soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Centaurea glastifolia
Knapweed
An unusual variety with basal clumps of lomg, narrow, grey-green leaves. Heavily branched stems with thistle-like soft yellow flowers from silver calyces in late summer. Best in poor limy soils in full sun. 120x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Centaurea macrocephala
Star Thistle
Stout stems with enormous, YELLOW, thistle-like flowers enclosed in papery, brown bracts; summer. Dries well. A robust, clump-forming perennial with mid-green, narrowly oval, deeply cut leaves. Well drained even poor soil in sun. 90x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
12.00
Centaurea montana 'Alba'
Mountain Knapweed
Spreading clumps of bright silver evergreen foliage. Wiry stems topped with LARGE, WHITE CORNFLOWERS; May to July. Free draining soil, especially chalk, in full sun. 45x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Centaurea montana 'Amethyst Dream'
Bluets
Compact cornflower with very large, spidery, rich purple flowers over a long period through late spring & summer. Narrow, heavily silver felted leaves form a semi-evergreen clump. Light, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (5-8) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Centaurea montana 'Amethyst in Snow'
Perennial Cornflower
Striking new hybrid with good sized white, spidery white flowers with a central amethyst blue centre, during late spring & summer. Elliptic, heavily felted silver leaves. Likes a poor, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Centaurea montana 'Black Sprite'
Cornflower
Short form with lurid, spidery darkest purple-black flowers;- May & June. Mats of elliptic, silver haired basal leaves. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-6) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
18.00
Centaurea montana 'Ochroleuca'
Knapweed
Starry pale creamy yellow knapweed flowers held on hairy stems; Late spring & early summer. Basal clumps of dark green leaves, silvery beneath. Clump former. Well drained soil in full sun. 60x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Centaurea montana 'Purple Heart'
Cornflower
Good sized spidery white flowers with a purple centre. Has short petals making it unusual. White felted leaves. Less robust then most. Flowers May to July. Dry, free draining soil in sun. (5-9) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
20.00
Centaurea montana 'Violetta'
Cornflower
Worthy cornflowers with clumps of evergreen, felted grey leaves. Good sized rich purple flowers with narrow ray petals;- late spring & early summer. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Centaurea nigra
 1.4Lt
£4.35
11.00
Centaurea rigidifolia
A strong growing, Russian meadowland species with basal clumps of very finely pinnate, silver-grey leaves. Erect, branching stems carry large, cornflower like, bright baby-pink flowers, over a long period from mid to late summer. Easy in retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 80x50cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
11.00
Centaurea simplicicaulis
Knapweed
Choice ground covering species, with carpets of much divided silver leaves, white on the reverses. Large, cornflower like, rich mauve flowers all summer. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
11.00
Centaurea triumfettii 'Hoar Frost'
Cornflower
Delicate form of this rarely seen species forming low mats of woolly, silver grey leaves. Spidery white flowers, tinged pink with a purple-pink eye;- early summer. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-7) 35cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
5.00
Centranthus ruber coccineus
Red Valerian
Well branched heads of small, deep, pink-red flowers freely produced; June to September. Fleshy blue-grey leaves & stems. Self seeds. Well drained soil in sun. 75x45cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Cephalaria alpina
Giant Scabious
Long stalked, pale yellow, scabious-like flowers in airy masses; early to midsummer. Fresh-green clumps of pinnate leaves. Tall back of the border plant. Fertile, moist yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 200x75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Cephalaria gigantea
Yellow Scabious
Like a giant scabious. Forms clumps of large, green, jagged leaves. Wiry stems carry large PRIMROSE-YELLOW pincushions; May to July. Ordinary soil in sun.180x120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
9.00
Chaerophyllum hirsutum 'Roseum'
Flat, umbrella-like heads of pink flowers; late spring to midsummer. Upright habit with large, attractive, apple-scented, ferny, mid-green leaves sometimes flushed purple. Moist, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60x30cms.
 2Lt
£6.75
7.00
Chamaenerion angustifolium 'Stahl Rose'
Rosebay Willowherb
Choice form of our native weed. Spires of clear pink flowers held in red calyces on more compact stems; late summer. Not as invasive as it's parents but needs space. Rich retentive soil in a sunny site. 90x90cm. WAS KNOWN AS EPILOBIUM
 1.4Lt
£4.35
12.00
Chasmanthe floribunda
Montbretia
Crocosmia relative with impressive spikes of two-tired, widely spaced, narrow, rich-red flowers with flared mouths;- late summer. Upright, sword like leaves. Light, well drained, very sheltered spot in sun or lift corms in winter. (7-9) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Chasmanthe floribunda duckitii 'Golden Wave'
From a wild population from Darling, S.Africa, this striking yellow form has erect spikes of Crocosmia-like, narrowly tubular, arching yellow flowers during mid to late summer. Erect fans of sword like leaves. Not reliably hardy except in a town garden. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Chasmanthe floribunda 'Saturnes'
Montbretia relative with spikes of tubular, upward facing, rich orange-red flowers on arching stems;- summer. Upright, pleated leaves on dark stems. Bulbous. Needs a very warm, sheltered spot in sun or lift bulbs in winter. (6-7) 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Chelone glabra
Turtle Head
(syn. C.obliqua alba) Upright stems clothed in pale green leaves topped with whorls of gaping', snapdragon-like, WHITE flowers; August-September. Fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun. 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Chelone lyonii
Turtle Head
Unusual short spikes of turtlehead-like tubular purple-pink flowers, with a narrow mouth & prominent yellow beard, held on square stems. Erect stems with simple leaves. Deep, retentive fertile soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Chelonopsis moschata
Penstemon-like, narrow, wine-red tubular flowers. A very unusual plant with dark green hairy leaves. Moist, shady site. 45x45cm. Flowers: July-September.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Chelonopsis yagiharana
Close to the popular moschata, this has short spikes of deep-crimson, penstemon-like flowers during mid to late summer. The leaves are pale yellow-green. humus rich, woodland soil in part shade. (7-9) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Chlorophytum graminifolium
syn. Anthericum undulatum. Widespread across Cape province in S.Africa, this is proving hardy for us. Basal rosettes of long, narrow, strap like channelled leaves. Airy spikes of starry white flowers during late summer & autumn. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-9) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
14.00
Chrysanthemum 'Angelic'
Hardy Chrysanthemum
Small, delicate hybrid with well branched stems carrying heads of small, pom-pom like white flowers, developing a peach flush at the centre ;- September & October. Erect stems with grey-green lobed leaves. Best in a light, free draining soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (9-10) 45cm
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Chrysanthemum 'Capel Manor'
Hardy Chrysanthemum
Rarely seen hybrid with double, quilled pettaled creamy-yellow flowers during late summer & autumn. Shorter form with grey lobed leaves. Easy in any well drained soil in sun or light shade. (9-11) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
8.00
Chrysanthemum 'Chelsea Physic Garden'
Rubellum Chrysanthemum
(Rubellum Group) Hardy perennial Chrysanth with heads of double orange-red flowers showing the bronze reverses;- October to to Christmas. Lobed grey-green leaves. A good, strong grower for a well drained soil in sun or light shade. (8-11) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Chrysanthemum 'Cottage Apricot'
rubellum Chrysanthemum
Soundly perennial rubellum type chrysanthemum with semi double rich salmony-oeach flowers, paler at the the centre & bronze backs;- late summer into autumn. Lobed grey-green leaves. Any reasonable, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (9-11) 65cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Chrysanthemum 'Dixter Orange'
Chrysanthemum
Selected by Christopher Lloyd, this early flowering chrysanth has fully double, pom pom like, rich orange flowers. held on well branched stems from july to September. aromatic, lobed, grey-green leaves on woody stems. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
8.00
Chrysanthemum 'Duchess Of Edinburgh'
Perennial Chrysanthemum
Extremely free flowering with single coppery-red daisies; September to October Bushy, well branched evergreen for a fertile soil in sun or part shade. 75cm.x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Chrysanthemum 'Early Yellow'
Hardy Chrysanthemum
From the 60's this hybrid has semi-double, soft sulphur moonlight-yellow flowers, ageing almost white. Deeper creamy-yellow eye. The medium sized flowers appear in September & October. Grey-green lobed leaves. Well drained soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (9-10) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
15.00
Chrysanthemum 'Hebe'
Chrysanthemum
Popular, very tough European variety with heads of small soft pink single flowers, almost white at the centre around the small yellow eye;- August & September. Excellent for cutting & the border. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (8-9) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Chrysanthemum 'Mary Stoker'
Hardy Chrysanthemum
Well branched, upright stems topped with sprays of single, rose-tinted, apricot-yellow daisies. Fertile soil in sun. 60cms. Flowers: August-October.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Chrysanthemum 'Mrs.Jessie Cooper'
Hardy Perennial Chrysanth
Forms a dense bushy evergreen plant with DUSKY-RED, SINGLE, YELLOW-EYED DAISIES; August & September. Fertile soil in sun or part shade. 75x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Chrysanthemum 'Peterkin'
Perennial Chrysanthemum
A compact evergreen with masses of small apricot pom-poms over a long period; August - October. Fertile soil in sun. 60x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
13.00
Chrysanthemum 'Uri'
Hardy Chrysanthemum
Bred by Woolman's, this unusual hybrid has semi-double watermelon coloured dusky reddish-pink flowers around a cream eye ;- September & October. Grey-green lobed leaves. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. (9-10) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Chrysogonum virginianum
Goldenstar
Easily grown edger growing well even in quite deep shade. Radiating stems with sprays of narrow petalled, rich gold flowers over a long period from May to July. Pointed, oval leaves. Best in a retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. From Eastern USA. (5-7)
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Chrysogonum virginianum 'Pierre'
Golden Star
Small, creeping, mat forming woodland perennial with semi evergreen mats of oval-elliptic, slightly hairy, dark green leaves. Short stems with solitary, narrow five petalled golden-yellow flowers, freely borne from late spring to early autumn. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (5-9) 20x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Chrysosplenium alternifolium
Golden Saxifrage
A plant of moist, wet ditches, found across much of Western Europe. Evergreen mats of densely packed, rather fleshy, hairy leaves. Small heads of Euphorbia-like, golden yellow flowers,. almost stemless from April to July. Retentive or moist soil in part shade. (4-7) 5cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Chrysosplenium davidianum
An attractive low, evergreen, spreading, ground covering plant with rounded, very hairy leaves on fleshy stems. Heads of ACID-YELLOW, small flowers stud the plant in spring. For not too dry soil in full or part shade. 10x60cm. Flowers: March to May.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Chrysosplenium macrophyllum
Vigorous spreading ground cover for a woodland soil. Evergreen rosettes of Bergenia like, bristly pale-green leaves with running stolons. In January has large heads of off-white flowers which age dusky pink. Cool, moist woodland soil in part or full shade. (1-3) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
4.00
Cicerbita macrorhiza CC 6912
Violet Dandelion
Strange little species from Nepal. From a tap root spread very narrow, roundly pinnate leaves. Spreading stems with chicory like purple- sky-blue flowers throughout late summer & early autumn. Good scrambling into surrounding plants. Easy in any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (8-9) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Cichorium intybus album
Chicory
An attractive DOUBLE WHITE form of this lovely plant the dandelion-like flowers are freely produced on open, well branched stems. Well drained soil in sun. 90x45cms. Flowers: July-October.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Cichorium intybus 'Roseum'
Chicory
Tall, open-branching stems topped with dandelion-like SOFT-PINK flowers for a lomg period through summer. Basal clumps of coarse foliage. Chalky, well drained soil in sun. 1.2x60cms. Flowers: July-August
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Circaea alpina
Enchanter's Nightshade
Spreading ground cover from moist woodlands forming mats of heart-shaped soft green leaves. Sprays of small, starry white flowers during midsummer. An unusual member of the Evening primrose family. Best in retentive or moist soil in shade. (6-7) 15cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Cirsium ciliatum
Plume Thistle
New to us & a little like a paler heterophyllum. Basal rosettes of thistle like mid-pink flowers, held in a swollen calyx, intermittently all summer. Dislikes root disturbance & a liitle prone to rotting off but worth the effort. Well drained sun. 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Cirsium 'Mount Etna'
Mount Etna Thistle
An attractive, as yet unidentified thistle collected on Mt. Etna with showy, flattened heads of creamy white flowers with protruding pink filaments, held in spiny bracts;- midsummer. Basal rosettes of spiny leaves. Well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
11.00
Cirsium oleraceum
Corn Thistle
A very showy thistle with mounds of jagged, spiny, strongly toothed, dark-green leaves. Branched stems with swollen bracts, carrying softest creamy, almost white thistle like flowers, borne throughout summer./ A very architectural plant for any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 150x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Cirsium rivulare atropurpureum
Plume Thistle
Erect branched stems with pincushion like deep crimson flowerheads; early to midsummer. Pinnate prickly, thistle like dark green leaves. Slow growing plant needing plenty of space. 120x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
5.00
Cirsium rivulare 'Frosted Magic'
The offshoot of the popular magenta form, albeit a much smaller plant, suitable for the rockery. Basal rosettes of strongly spined, mid-green leaves. Short, branching stems carry thistle like, off-white flowers, in silvery bracts, from May to July. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. 40x40cm. (5-7)
 1.4Lt
£4.65
11.00
Cistus x hybridus 'Coral Tears'
A small, dense, mound forming evergreen shrub with closely set, elliptic, sage like, deep green leaves. Solitary, papery, cup-shaped, glowing coral-pink flowers, suffused white at the centre, held during May & June. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-6) 1.0x1.0mtrs.
 3Lt
£9.65
4.00
Clematis 'Hakuree' (I)
Unusual herbaceous clematis with long, narrow, hanging bell-shaped jasmine scented white flowers with a lavender blue tinge as they age, very early for an integrifolia from June to September. The petals are narrow & attractively twisted. Hard prune. Any aspect. Name means 'White Mountain Top'. Ht to 1mtr.
 1.4Lt
£10.50
3.00
Clematis 'Hendryetta'
(integrifolia Group)
Integrifolia group. Slightly taller, herbaceous clematis needs a little support. Bred from 'Alionushka' this has flared, nodding, bell-shaped, clear-pink flowers, flushed cherry on the outside & held on black stems. July to Sept. Sun. 120cm.
 2Lt
£12.65
5.00
Clinopodium vulgare
Wild Basil
Rare native forming aromatic mounds of rounded, pale green hairy leaves on spreading stems. Whorls of tubular striking cerise flowe are held in a hairy whorl throughout summer. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-8) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Codonopsis affinis
twining bellflower
Twining scrambler, possibly to 2mtrs if happy. Cordate shaped, slightly lanate leaves. Nodding, bell-shaped creamy-green flowers with purple stained mouths, held in reflexing green calyces, during summer. Best in a retentive, well drained, rich soil in part shade. (6-8) 2mtrs
 1.4Lt
£4.95
5.00
Codonopsis cardiophylla
Bonnet bellflower
Closely related to C.clematidea with short erect stems holding the leaves with thickened white leaf margins. Nodding PALE BLUE bells with a BRIGHT ORANGE RING IN THE THROAT. Retentive soil in a cool position. 30x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Codonopsis cf. deltoidea SSSE86
Twining Bellflower
Very rarely seen species from Western Sichuan. Thin, deciduous twining stems with deltoid shaped, softly haired leaves. Narrowly bell-shaped sulphur-green flowers, heavily veined purple, during mid to late summer. Best in a light, fertile, humus rich soil in part shade. (7-8) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
4.00
Codonopsis clematidea -compact
BonnetBellflower
A small, herbaceous bellflowers with strangely scented, hairy, grey-green leaves. Small clusters of nodding, bell-shaped duck-egg blue flowers with a maroon ring & orange marked throat, borne during midsummer. Gritty, free draining soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 20x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Codonopsis grey-wilsonii
Bonnet Bellflower
Slender twining climber with small lance shaped mid-green leaves. Open bell shaped violet blue flowers in summer. Rich, moist yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 2mx1m.
 1.4Lt
£5.30
8.00
Codonopsis kawakamii
Bonnet Bellflower
Rarely seen Korean species with delicate, flared, PALE LEMON flowers in late summer. Small grey green leaves. Have never had enough plants to test for hardiness before. Retentive well drained soil.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
8.00
Codonopsis obtusa
Bonnet Bellflower
Closely allied to C.clematidea & superficially almost identical. Pendulous GREY-BLUE bells with a STARTLING ORANGE RING IN THE THROAT; late summer. Bushy, finely hairy, rounded leaves. Retentive soil which never dries out. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
9.00
Codonopsis pilosula
Bonnet Bellflower
An attractive climbing scrambling plant with pretty leaves & nodding bell-shaped BLUE-GREEN flowers; June to August. Best grown in any not too dry soil in part shade. 2.4mx0.6m.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Codonopsis pilosula modesta
Clustered Bellflower
Scrambling deciduous climber with rather foxy, scented, heart-shaped leaves. Wiry stems with nodding, fat, bell-shaped soft creamy-green flowers, heavily marked burgundy in the throat, during mid to late summer. Rich, yet well drained, woodland soil in part or full shade. (7-8) 150cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Codonopsis rotundifolia grandiflora
Twining Bellflower
Scrambling woodlander with rounded, hairy, grey-green leaves, larger than the species on delicate, thin stems. Narrow, bell-shaped cream flowers, purple inside & speckled cream, held in large green bracts;- summer. Cool, rich soil in part or full shade. Ht.2m.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Conoclinium coelestinum
Mistflower
sync. Eupatorium. Unusual species from Central & SE USA with small, flattened heads of starry blue-purple flowers on much branched stems. Pairs of oval, hairy green leaves on upright stems in late summer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Convallaria keiskei
Lily of the Valley
Rarely seen species from Japan, looking much like our familiar garden form, but with pairs of slightly narrower leaflets & glaucous flushed reverses. Arching spikes of small bell-shaped white flowers with a scent in spring. Woodland soil. (3-4) 15cm.
 1Lt
£4.95
5.00
Convallaria majalis 'Albostriata'
Lily of the Valley
Choice & very slow growing ground cover for a humus rich, leafy retentive soil in part or full shade. The elliptic dark-green leaves have long regular creamy-white striping. Small sprays of scented, bell shaped white flowers ion spring. (3-4) 15cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
8.00
Convallaria majalis 'Hardwick Hall'
Lily of the Valley
Unusual variegated form, grown chiefly for that narrow cream variegation on the large green leaves, especially strong on emergence in spring. Usual, sweetly scented, bell-shaped white flowers. Humus rich soil in part shade. (4-5) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
12.00
Convallaria majalis 'Hofheim'
Lily of the Valley
A german cultivar with very broad pairs of glossy, mid-green leaves with a wide & irregular variegation of creamy-white, sometimes with the striping extending well into the leaf. At its best with the sweetly scented, waxy white bells, borne in arching sprays during spring. Woodland soil with some shade. (4-5) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
7.00
Coreopsis 'Daybreak'
Tickseed
(Li'l Bang Series) Small, very hardy mound former with the fine thread like leaves covered in a profusion of single, glowing scarlet-red flowers with golden-orange tips, over a long period throughout autumn to the frosts. Sheltered, free draining spot in sun. (9-11) 30x40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Coreopsis 'Fool's Gold'
Tickseed
There appears to be two Coreopsis masquerading under this name. This is rather a verticillata type with fine, needle like leaves. palest creamy-white single daisies with a chocolate brown eye in profusion ;- early to midsummer. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. (5-8) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Coreopsis 'Galaxy'
Tickseed
(Big Bang Series) Low mound forming perennial with fine thread like leaves. The whole mat is studded in good sized, semi double bright canary-yellow flowers with rich golden centre from midsummer to the frosts. Best in a light, free draining soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (6-9) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Coreopsis grandiflora 'Domino'
Forms clumps of upright stems topped with large, rayed, golden-yellow flowers with a burgundy-red eye; late spring to late summer. Good cut flower. Fertile, well drained soil in sun or part shade - dislikes excessive heat. Dwarfer form to 45cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Coreopsis grandiflora 'Mayfield Giant'
Very free flowering form with LARGE DEEP-GOLDEN daisies all summer. Good upright habit. Any reasonable soil in a sunny situation. 60x45cm. Flower: June-October
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Coreopsis grandiflora 'Presto'
Tickseed
Very dwarf form of this perpetually flowering, truly perennial daisy with double golden-yellow flowers with rather ragged petals;- summer to the frosts. Compact bushy habit makes it ideal for pots & tubs. Well drained soil in sun. (5-10) 25cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Coreopsis lanceolata 'Walter'
Tickseed
Very dwarf, edging form, with large, single, golden yellow daisies, with a large, burgundy red centre. Basal clumps of toothed, dark evergreen leaves. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Coreopsis major
Whorled leaf Tickseed
A woodland plant from SE USA but seems to do best grown in full sun. Tall, willowy 1.0mtr stems have whorls of fine, needle like leaves topped by a profusion of small golden yellow flowers throughout summer. gently creeps in any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (6-9)100
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Coreopsis 'Mercury Rising'
Tickseed
(Big Bang Series) One of the hardier hybrids, forming a low, bushy, spreading mound of narrowly elliptic leaves. Clusters of simple, velvety wine-red daisies with a small gold centre, freely borne from midsummer to mid autumn. Unusually the backs of the flowers are cream. Light, free draining soil in sun. (7-10) 45x90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
6.00
Coreopsis 'Red Elf'
Tickseed
(Li'l Bang Series) Dwarf, very free flowering & hardy tickseed with mounds of thread like leaves. Large, single, rich-red, ragged petalled daisies with a small gold disc, freely borne throughout autumn. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (9-11) 30x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Coreopsis 'Redshift'
Tickseed
(Big Bang Series) Spectacular selection with flowers that start out butter yellow with deep red centres, becoming red streaked toward the outer tips. Color shifts to ruby red as the weather cools. They are held on solitary stems during autumn. Gritty, free draining oil in a sheltered spot. (7-10) 60x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Coreopsis rosea 'American Dream'
Tickseed
Dense, bushy plants clothed in delicate rayed RICH-PINK, YELLOW-EYED BLOOMS; July & August. Wiry stems with fine, narrow leaves. Reasonably drained soil in sun. 30cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Coreopsis 'Sienna Sunset'
Tickseed
Small, mound forming perennial with fine, thread like, dark green leaves. Clusters of small, starry, warm apricot-peach flowers, subtly suffused yellow at the centre, freely borne from midsummer to the frosts. Needs a sheltered, sharply drained spot in sun. (7-10) 40x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Coreopsis 'Starstruck'
Tickseed
(L'il Bang Series) Small, bushy, mound forming tickseed with fine thread like leaves. Very profuse, single, bright reddish-pink daisies, pale pink at the edges & a yellow disc, carried continuously throughout autumn. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. 30x45cm. (9-11)
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Coreopsis 'Sterntaler'
Tickseed
Clump-forming perennial massed with daisy-like, single, rich yellow flowers each petals smudged mahogany-red at the base; late spring into summer. Lance-shaped, rich green leaves. Fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun. Ht: 40cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Coreopsis tripteris
Tickseed
Rarely seen, tall species for the back of the border. Long, willowy stems with narrow, linear, divided leaves. Clusters of small soft yellow daisies in late summer & autumn. Creates an airy haze in a light, rather poor soil in sun. (8-10) 180cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Coreopsis tripteris 'Mostenveld'
Tickseed
A dramatic, strong-growing species for the back of a border. Clumps of strong, slender stems clothed in narrow leaves; sprays of yellow daisy-like flowers over several weeks in autumn. Good cut flower. Retentive soil in sun. 2.0-2.5m.
 2Lt
£6.35
4.00
Coreopsis verticillata 'Grandiflora' (AGM)
Masses of GLISTENING, WARM-YELLOW, daisy-like flowers over a long period on bushy, upright plants with fine leaves. Sunny position. 45cms. Flowers: June-September.
 2Lt
£6.75
5.00
Coreopsis verticillata 'Solar Dance'
Tickseed
Compact, soundly perennial hybrid with wiry stems topped by small, semi-double, frilled petalled, lemon-yellow flowers with a gold disc, borne during midsummer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 60x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Coreopsis verticillata 'Zagreb'
Tickseed
Masses of upright stems covered all over from with SINGLE, GOLDEN-YELLOW daisies over a long period; feathery foliage. Compact habit to 35cms. Any reasonable soil in sun. Flowers: June-September.
 2Lt
£6.45
3.00
Cortusa caucasica
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Cortusa caucasica 'Alba'
Cortusa
Small woodlanders, closely allied to Primula with basal rosettes of scalloped, hairy, round lobed pale-green leaves. Nodding, one sided spikes of hanging narrow white bells in late spring & early summer. Easily grown in a retentive, well drained soil, preferably in light shade. (4-5) 25cm.
 1Lt
£4.65
6.00
Cortusa matthioli congesta
Delicate primula relative, with congested mats of crinkled, hairy, gently lobed deep-green leaves. Pendent, bell-shaped violet-purple flowers are held in one sided umbels in late spring & early summer. Cool woodland soil in part shade. (3-5) 10cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Cortusa matthioli matthioli
Primula relative. Clusters of nodding, slightly cup-shaped purple flowers in late spring & early summer. Basal clumps of kidney shaped, gently lobed leaves with rusty hairs. Retentive soil in dappled shade. 30x30cm.
 1Lt
£4.65
6.00
Cortusa matthioli pekinensis
Choice Primula relative. Nodding, bell-shaped, rosy-magenta flowers in June & July. Basal clumps of soft, wrinkled leaves. Cool, woodland soil in a moisture retentive site. 30x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Corydalis buschii
Delicate, creeping woodlander, becoming dormant by early summer. Delicate, gently lobed grey-leaves emerge with the cigar shaped deep-pink-red flowers in spring. Likes a humusy soil with some shade. Easy.(3-5) 15cm.
 1Lt
£4.35
13.00
Corydalis cava
(syn.C.bulbosa) Dense racemes of narrow tubular purple-pink flowers with long down curving spurs; early spring. Pale green leaves with wedge shaped leaflets. fertile, humus rich, well drained soil in part shade. 20x30cm.
 1Lt
£4.35
14.00
Corydalis cheilanthifolia
Tufts of finely dissected, slightly smokey grey green leaves taking on pink & bronze autumnal hues. Short spikes of cigar-shaped,,BUTTER YELLOW, downward pointing flowers in late spring. Well drained humus rich soil in part shade. 30x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
10.00
Corydalis flexuosa 'China Blue' CD&R 528c
Beautiful plant for woodland shade. Delicate clusters of china-blue, tubular blooms; spring. Purple-flushed, feathery foliage. Requires humus-rich, retentive soil in part shade. Unusual species. 30x45cms.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Corydalis flexuosa 'Nightshade'
Corydalis
Gently spreading ground cover for sun or preferably shade, spreading by bulbils. Mounds of smokey brown flushed, grey green leaves, almost evergreen,. Spikes of tubular, purple-blue flowers in spring & summer. Retentive soil. (3-7) 25cm.
 1.4Lt
£0.00
6.00
Corydalis flexuosa 'Pere David' CD&R 528b
Dainty plants with fern-like foliage & beautiful, tubular, rich blue-purple flowers. Requires woodland-like, cool conditions. 45cms. Flowers: March-April
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Corydalis heterocarpa japonica
A strong growing, freely self seeding annual. Erect, fleshy stems with finely cut, lacy, silver-grey leaves. Slender spikes of narrowly tubular, soft yellow flowers with two brown lips, freely borne from March to August. Best in a cool, woodland soil in part or full shade. 435x45cm. 
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Corydalis 'Spinners'
One of the best flexuosa x elata hybrids. Basal mounds of slightly smokey, delicate, lacy leaves. Spikes of striking, kingfisher-blue, tubular, cigar-shaped flowers during late spring & summer. Cool, moist, humus rich soil in part shade. Ht 30cm
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Corydalis temulifolia 'Chocolate Star'
Corydalis
Amazing foliage play with fleshy moiunds of wedge shaped, chocolate-brown leaves with a spotted, pink frilled margin around eacxh leaflet. Spikes of cigar shaped, creamy white flowers;- summer. Cool, moist, humus rich soil in pt/full shade. (5-6) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
10.00
Corydalis 'Tory M.P'
Corydalis
Striking new hybrid from Nick Macer with flexuosa meeting elata. Tall red stems with electric-blue flowers ageing purple all spring & suumer. Mounds of sage-green leaves. Retentive, leafy woodland soil in part shade. (5-8) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
7.00
Corydalis 'Tory M.P'
Corydalis
 2Lt
£5.95
6.00
Crambe cordifolia (AGM)
Magnificent plant with large, lobed, wavy-margined, fleshy leaves 90cm.long. Branching panicles of honey scented, CREAMY-WHITE, AIRY FLOWERS. Well drained soil in sun. 180x120cms. Flowers: June-July. Needs space!
 2Lt
£6.95
2.00
Crambe maritima
Sea Kale
Large mounds of fleshy, fluted wavy-edged leaves on white stalks & covered in a white bloom. Clouds of small white flowers, May & June, followed by spongy seed heads. Native of U.K coasts. Sandy, very well drained soil in sun. 60x60cm.
 3Lt
£6.35
2.00
Cremanthodium arnicoides
Nodding large yellow daisies with a black eye from July to September. Elliptic coarse toothed leaves clasp the stems as they rise. Retentive or moist yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. Not always easy to please but grows well in arctic regions. 40x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
11.00
Crinum x powellii 'Bak-Madder'
Crinum
syn. 'Bad Mother'. A variety from Zimbabwe of this S.African mountain bulb. Tall stems carry a whorl of deep-pink, trumpet-shaped flowers, darker than the species, during autumn. Long, narrower, strap like leaves follow afterwards. Multiplies vegetatively much quicker. Very sheltered spot in sun. (8-10) 120cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
5.00
Crinum x powellii 'Harlemense'
This old clone dates back to Archibald & Smith & is much less coarse than the traditional hybrid. Rosettes of very narrow, chanelled fresh freen leaves, Whorls of paler mid-pink trumpet-shaped flowers, before the new leaves in autumn. Warm, dry,s sheltered spot in sun. (8-10) 90cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
23.00
Crinum x powellii 'Krelagei'
Crinum
This name is untraceable but distinct clone of powellii with arching clumps of sparse, narrower, smooth green strap like leaves. Whorl of large, flared, trumpet shaped mid-pink flowers with a white throat in autumn. Best in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. Thought to derive from the Plantsman nursery. (8-9) 120cm.
 2Lt
£5.95
13.00
Crocosmia 'Abundant Joy'
Montbretia
Strong growing, clump forming cormous perennial with erect fans of sword like leaves. Arching sprays of trumpet-shaped, flared, glowing orange flowers with a small gold throat, borne from midsummer to early autumn. Retentive, well drained soil in a sunny sheltered spot. (6-8) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
11.00
Crocosmia 'Bressingham Blaze'
Montbretia
Rather a compact form, with small sprays of striking bonfire orange-red flowers with a small yellow throat on arching stems. Fans of narrow sword-like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Crocosmia 'Ellenbank Firecrest'
Montbretia
From Scotland, this distinctive hybrid has narrowly tubular reddish-orange flowerrs with the inside almost entirely buttercup-yellowm, held in arching heads;- mid to late summer. Plaested leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Crocosmia 'Hellfire'
Montbretia
An improved form of Lucifer' with erect fans of pleated leaves. Arching sprays of richest red flowers without any yellow markings during late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-8) 120cm.
 2Lt
£6.60
3.00
Crocosmia 'Karin'
Montbretia
Said to be a bright red, but so new to the market that i have no more description other than that it is earlier flowering than 'Lucifer '. Flowers July to September. retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Crocosmia 'Lady Jane'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Crocosmia masoniorum 'Firebird'
Montbretia
Striking form with arching sprays of intense glowing orange scarlet flowers with a small gold throat;- July & August. Upright fans of sword like, lightly plaested leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Crocosmia masoniorum 'Rowallane Yellow' (AGM)
Montbretia
The first yellow to flower with arching sprays of widely flared chrome yellow flowers from orange flushed buds, during mid to late summer. Broad, sword like pleated leaves. Slow to multiply as generally it forms very large corms. Retentive, well drained soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (7-9) 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Crocosmia 'Okavango'
Montbretia
Impressive new hybrid with spikes of large, broad petalled, peachy-orange flowers during late summer. Light, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8)75cm.
 2Lt
£6.60
2.00
Crocosmia 'Orange Pekoe'
Montbretia
Striking hybrid with rather flat flowers with three petals golden-orange & the other three deep-orange. Small red ring at the eye. The reverses are very deep orange on opening. Fans of narrow leaves. Retentive,w ell drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 60x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Crocosmia paniculata 'Cally Greyleaf'
Montbretia
Very distinct form with rather large, fat, pleated glaucous grey leaves. Very long spikes of narrowly tubular orange flowers, held in two ranks on purple stems, during late summer & autumn. Needs space. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-9) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
4.00
Crocosmia pottsii 'Princess'
Montbretia
Tall, upright perennial with distinct, broad, pleated dark green leaves. Arching spikes of flared tomato-red flowers with a tiny gold throat, speckled purple. Flowers mid to late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Carmin Brilliant' (AGM)
Montbretia
Choice variety from the 19 century. Fans of sword like leaves. from rich tomato red buds emerge flowers flushed red on the outside & paler on the inside with a yellow throat. Flowers fade to carmine red. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
12.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Comet'
Montbretia
Old hybrid, rarely seen now, with arching sprays of rich orange flowers, having red staining at the eye, more prominent on every alternative petal. Flowers midsummer in to autumn. Erect fans of narrow, pleated leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (7-8) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Goldfinch'
Montbretia
Arching sprays of narrowly trumpet-shaped orange-yellow flowers, flushed red on the exterior & purple blotch like markings in the throat;- mid to late summer, held in two distinct ranks. Cormous perennial with narrow fans of sword like leaves. retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Lutea'
Montbretia
Old hybrid, a lovely starry soft apricot yellow but now rather prone to rust so needs good living to do well & judicious pruning. Flowers mid to late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Saracen'
Montbretia
Much sought after cultivar, with narrow, upright fans of smokey brown, flushed laves. Arching sprays of flared, large, tomato-red flowers with a gold throat;- July to September. Retentive, well drained oil in sun. (7-8) 55cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
9.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Twilight Fairy Gold'
Montbretia
This short form offers a very different habit. Narrow, upright multi-fans of rich olive-bronze leaves. Short, multi branched spikes of flared golden-orange flowers from June to September. The overall effect is much more dainty. Retentive, well drained soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (6-8) 55cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Voyager'
Montbretia
Dwarfer cultivar, with short, arching sprays of narrow, trumpet shaped, large yellow flowers in late summer. narrow, upright fans of leaves. retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-8) 55cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Zeal Tan'
Montbretia
From the same breeding programme as 'Lucifer' this has sprays of good sized rich intense dark red flowers with an orange flush & a small yellow eye;- mid to late summer. Light pleated leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Cynanchum ascyrifolium
Asclepias relative, closely related to Vincetoxicum. Erect stems with elliptic, deeply veined leaves. Open heads of five petalled white flowers with a small yellow eye;- Early summer. Easy in any well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 70cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Cynoglossum nervosum
Hound's Tongue
Sprays of intense blue, small, forget-me-not flowers on branching stems; early summer. Mats of narrow, grey-green leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun but the stems will flop if overfed. 60x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
9.00
Dactylicapnos sp. NJM12.042
Climbing Dicentra
Collected in the hill country of Manipur, NE India. Forming herbaceous climbing stems to perhaps 3m each year, attaching themselves with tendrils and bearing clusters of bright yellow dicentra flowers in summer. Hardiness unknown, so plant in a protected spot and mulch over in winter. Ht to 3.0mtrs.
 2Lt
£7.75
3.00
Dactylorhiza beeches hybrids
Orchid
Over the years we have grown several species & are now getting seedlings showing varying characteristics of many of the species. All appear to be stronger & better garden plants, flowering May & June. Never too dry, well drained soil in sun. (5-6) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£7.35
2.00
Dahlia cuspidata
Dahlia
Only described in 2003, this scarce species from Oaxaca & Hidalgo province in Mexico is rather like a dainty merckii. Very leafy with thick stems having very finely cut, glossy green leaves. Well branched stems carry small rich mauve-pink single flowers from July to the frosts. Hardiness not tried yet. (7-10) 160cm.
 2Lt
£7.35
8.00
Dahlia 'David Howard' (AGM)
(Decorative miniature)
Large, semi-double, fragrant, BURNT ORANGE flowers freely produced against contrasting mounds of smokey-brown foliage; July into September. Not reliably hardy - lift & store tubers in autumn. Fertile soil in sun. 90x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.25
5.00
Dahlia 'Doctor John Grainger'
Miniature Decorative
Dwarf form with tightly packed, pompom like orange flowers, much paler on the outside petals;- June to the frosts. divided green leaves. Rare in cultivation. Protect tubers in winter. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-10) 40cm.
 2Lt
£5.35
2.00
Dahlia 'Fascination' (AGM)
Dahlia
Paeony flowered form, with lilac flowers, in tight, overlapping, tiered buns. Deeply cut, purple brown leaves. May be hardy if mulched, of lifted in winter. Flowers all summer. Well drained soil in full sun. (6-10) 80cm.
 2Lt
£7.35
5.00
Dahlia 'Gallery Bellini'
(Gallery Bellini) A dwarf, compact, bushy, clump forming Dahlia with almost double, cactus-like, bright candy-pink flowers, suffused cream & yellow at the centre, held all summer to the frosts. Finely cut, deep-green leaves. Protect tubers in winter. Free draining soil in sun. (6-10) 45x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Dahlia 'Gallery Pablo' (AGM)
Dwarf Dahlia
Bred for pots & borders this shorter form has very large, quilled cactus shaped flowers of warm salmony-peach, more creamy at the centre from June to the frosts. Divided green leaves. Mulch tubers or lift in winter. Well drained sunny spot. (6-10) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.75
5.00
Dahlia 'Gallery Riviera'
Bred for pots & borders this shorter form has very large, fully double glowing rich-red flowers with a darker centre; June to the frosts. Divided green leaves. Mulch tubers or lift in winter. Well drained sunny spot. (6-10) 30cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Dahlia 'Happy Days Bicolour Yellow-Red'
(Happy Days Series) A dwarf strain, bred specifically for pots. Short stems have divided, rich chocolate-brown leaves, topped by branching stems carrying single, bowl-shaped, creamy-yellow flowers with a large red centre, borne from June to the frosts. Protect tubers in winter. Retentive soil in sun. 40x40cm. (6-10)
 2Lt
£6.25
2.00
Dahlia 'Happy Days Cream'
Dahlia
(Happy Days Series) Small, bushy compact Dahlia, bred for pots. Mounds of finely pinnate, deep chocolate-brown leaves. Short stems with single, upward facing, softest creamy-white flowers with just the merest hint of pink as they age. Yellow stamens. Flowers summer & autumn. Keep frost free in a sunny spot. (6-10) 40x50cm.
 2Lt
£6.25
4.00
Dahlia 'Honka' (AGM)
Dahlia
(Single Orchid Flowered) Very unusual, single Dahlia with six, very narrow, lemon yellow petals which are quilled & lightly scented. Large gold centre. flowers from June to the frosts. strong stems with much divided, dark green leaves. Mulch in winter or lift tubers. (6-10) 100cm.
 2Lt
£5.35
5.00
Dahlia 'Honka Surprise'
Dahlia
Sport from 'Honka' with unusual, single, windmill like rich pinkish-red flowers with the tips of the petals twisted & quilled. The centre is a rich golden-yellow. Flowers June to the frosts. Erect stems with much divided, dark green leaves. Mulch crowns in winter or lift tubers as desired. (6-10) 90cm.
 2Lt
£5.35
3.00
Dahlia 'Karma Choc'
Dahlia
Sumptuous, waterlily shaped darkest brown-red, almost black flowers with an intense silky sheen, held on well branched stems during summer to the frosts. The leaves emerge with s smokey brown flush, more green at flowering. Protect tubers or lift in winter. Well drained, sunny sheltered spot. 100cm.
 2Lt
£5.35
3.00
Dahlia merckii
Dahlia
Slender fleshy stems topped by clusters of small, single, LILAC FLOWERS with yellow stamens; all summer & autumn. Elegant parent of many of modern hybrids. Hardier than many hybrids but may need winter protection. 120x60cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
7.00
Dahlia 'Murdoch'
Dahlia
A very old recently rescued variety. VERY CLEAR-RED, semi-double flowers with conspicuous burnished-gold bracts; July until frosts. Dark green leaves. Lift tubers in winter or mulch. Humus-rich, Reasonably drained soil in full sun. 80x45cm.
 2Lt
£5.35
4.00
Dahlia 'Mystic Illusion'
Dahlia
Previously sold as 'Knockout'. Free flowering single Dahlia with good sized mid-yellow deeply ribbed flowers from July to the frosts. Finely divided, darkest mahogany-black leaves. Mulch tubers or lift in winter. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-11) 60cm.
 3Lt
£7.75
2.00
Dahlia 'Mystic Spirit'
Single Dahlia
Single. Good sized soft apricot flowers with strongly ribbed petals. Te centre is more strongly tinted peach. Basal clumps of much divided mahogany-black leaves. Flowers June to the frosts. Needs a very warm, sheltered spot in sun or lift tubers in winter. (6-10) 80cm.
 3Lt
£7.75
2.00
Dahlia 'Piper's Pink'
A dwarf, freely branching semi-cactus Dahlia with showy heads of large, spiky petalled, glowing cerise-pink flowers, stained yellow at the base, held from midsummer to the frosts. Finely cut mounds of deep-green leaves. Protect tubers in winter. Retentive, free draining soil in sun. (6-10) 45x45cm. 
 2Lt
£6.35
6.00
Dahlia 'Sarah'
Dahlia
Single flowered with a dark rather antiqued red flowers around a gold & brown centre;- June to the frosts. They are offset by the divided dark brown leaves. Keep tubers frost free. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-10) 90cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
6.00
Dalea purpurea
Prairie Clover
Rare semi woodlander from Missouri of painfully slow growth, often 4-5 years to flowering. Clumps of very finely cut leaves. Cone like heads of bright cerise-purple, opening in a band up the spike, during late summer & autumn. Important nitrogen fixing plant. Any reasonable soil. preferably in light shade. (8-10) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
16.00
Darmera peltata 'Nana'
syn.Peltiphyllum. From mountain streams in Western USA comes this creeping low rhizomatous perennial with rounded coarsely toothed leaves, turning red in autumn. Roundede heads of small pink flowers are borne with the leaves in early spring. Moist soil. (3-4) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Dasylirion miquihuanense F&M 321
coll;- La Pena, NE Mexico. Magnificent slow growing species at least cold hardy forming evergreen, symmetrical rosettes of very narrow, rapier like leaves with finely spined margins. Slim spikes of white flowers to 6mtrs on mature plants. Very dry sheltered spot.
 2Lt
£13.95
5.00
Delphinium (Belladonna Group) 'Balaton'
A bushier, branching perennial with short, erect spikes of elfin-like, mid to deep-blue flowers with a brown bee, held on branching stems during June & July. Mainly basal clumps of palmate, mid-green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 120x60cm.
 2Lt
£5.95
12.00
Delphinium (Belladonna Group) 'Casa Blanca'
Larkspur
Short spikes of pure white, yellow-eyed flowers on heavily branched stems; June to August. The result of complex crosses, making a bushy plant with clumps of finely cut fresh-green leaves. Good, rich, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 120x60cms.
 1Lt
£3.45
10.00
Delphinium (Belladonna Group) 'Casa Blanca'
Larkspur
 2Lt
£5.45
10.00
Delphinium (Belladonna Group) 'Cliveden Beauty'
One of the most delicate hybrids with the usual deeply-cut foliage & wiry branching stems carrying spires of SKY-BLUE flowers. Prefers humus-rich, retentive soil in sun or part shade. 90cms(3ft). Flowers:June-July
 1Lt
£3.45
11.00
Delphinium (Belladonna Group) 'Cliveden Beauty'
 2Lt
£5.45
11.00
Delphinium Black Knight Group
(Pacific Giant)
Magnificent spires of deep midnight blue flowers with a dark bee. Stately perennials for the back of the border. Enriched, moisture holding soil in sun or part shade. 1.8m (6-7)
 1.4Lt
£3.95
2.00
Delphinium 'Blue Lace' (New Millennium Series)
Larkspur
(millennium Series) Much improved New Zealand bred seed strain with superb spikes of double, mid-blue flowers with a white bee';- June to August. divided basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 160cm.
 1Lt
£3.45
3.00
Delphinium 'Blue Lace' (New Millennium Series)
Larkspur
 2Lt
£5.95
7.00
Delphinium 'Bolero'
(Highlander Series) A very distinct form with erect spikes of almost triple layers of pointed petalled, rich purple-violet flowers, with a cream centre, held in dense spikes during early to midsummer. Basal clumps of divided leaves. Retentive, free draining soil in sun. 100x45cm. (7-8) 
 3Lt
£6.75
5.00
Delphinium Dusky Maidens Group
Larkspur
(Millennium Series) Superior New Zealand raised seed strain with bold spikes of rich-pink flowers with a prominent brown bee' ;- June to August. Divided basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 160cm.
 1Lt
£3.45
10.00
Delphinium Dusky Maidens Group
Larkspur
 2Lt
£5.45
18.00
Delphinium elatum 'Blushing Brides' (New Mill. series)
Larkspur
(New Millennium Series) A seed strain, bred in New Zealand giving rather uniform, densely packed spikes of dusky rich rose-pink flowers with a small brown bee;- midsummer. Basal clumps of much divided leaves. Protect from slugs. Retentive, well drained soil, preferably in full sun. (6-8) 150cm.
 1Lt
£3.45
9.00
Delphinium elatum 'Blushing Brides' (New Mill. series)
Larkspur
 2Lt
£5.45
10.00
Delphinium elatum 'Morning Lights' (New Mill. series)
Larkspur
(Millennium Series) Superior New Zealand raised seed strain with impressive spikes of double mauve flowers with blue tinged edges to the petals & white bee';- June to August. Divided basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 160cm.
 1Lt
£3.45
11.00
Delphinium elatum 'Morning Lights' (New Mill. series)
Larkspur
 2Lt
£5.45
7.00
Delphinium 'Flamenco'
Larkspur
Striking member of the Highlander series with bold spikes of fully double, rich dusky purple-pink flowers with frilled, wavy petals & a slightly pare centre, borne from mid to late summer. Basal clumps of divided leaves. Retentive soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 120cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
12.00
Delphinium 'Gewitterstimmung'
A striking, cuttings raised form with large, erect spikes of almost semi double, shiny, rich royal-purple flowers with a contrasting small white bee' borne from early to midsummer. Prune hard after flowering. Retentive, free draining soil in sun. (5-7) 150x60cm.
 2Lt
£5.95
12.00
Delphinium 'Highlander Crystal Delight'
Larkspur
This series, bred by Tony Coakley in Scotland are remarkable for their spikes of double, if not triple, frilly flowers with soft lavender pink outer petals, suffused cream inside & jade-green centre petals. flowers midsummer. Basal clumps of divided leaves. Surprisingly good garden plants. (6-8) 75cm.
 3Lt
£6.35
2.00
Delphinium hotulae
Larkspur
We can find no reference for this species whatsoever. Basal clumps of glossy, finely-cut leaves. Branching stems well spaced sky-blue, elfin like flowers. Choice. Fertile well drained soil in sun. 75x30cm. Flowers: Midsummer.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
5.00
Delphinium 'Magic Fountains Pure White'
Larkspur
Bold spikes of pure white flowers, usually with a black bee but occasionally creamy white. This seed raised strain comes remarkably true from seed. Free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 120cm.
 2Lt
£5.95
4.00
Delphinium 'Misty Mauves'
Larkspur
(New Millennium Series) A New Zealand seed raised strain, breeding reasonably true from seed. Almost double, frill edges mauve flowers, ranging from pale to medium with a brown bee, borne in compact spikes Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (5-7) 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£3.95
2.00
Delphinium 'Misty Mauves'
Larkspur
 1Lt
£3.45
7.00
Delphinium 'Misty Mauves'
Larkspur
 2Lt
£5.45
4.00
Delphinium 'Morgentau'
Larkspur
CUTTINGS RAISED PLANT. Superb, erect perennial with long, fat spikes of well packed luminous lavender-blue flowers with a contrasting black bee from June to september. Clumps of divided basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 140cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
12.00
Delphinium 'Royal Aspirations'
(Millennium Series) New Zealand seed strain giving bold, impressive spikes of closely set, sapphire-blue flowers with a contrasting white bee, from early to midsummer. Basal clumps of divided leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. 150x60cm. (6-8)
 2Lt
£5.95
9.00
Desmodium canadense
Showy Tick Trefoil
One of the showiest of the herbaceous form with spikes of large, pea like lilac-pink flowers through mid to late summer. Woody based but herbaceous. A prairie denizen for a never too dry soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
6.00
Dianella caerulea
Flax Lily
Fans of more or less evergreen, softly leathery leaves on bamboo-like stems. Clusters of potato-like blue flowers with a yellow centre followed by piercing blue berries. Sheltered, not too dry spot in sun. (7-9) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Dianella caerulea 'Little Jess'
Flax
More vigorous, more or less hardy evergreen with narrow, strap like, green leaves. Sprays of reflexed, mid-blue flowers with yellow beaks in summer followed by vivid blue berries. Quickly forms a clump which is unusual in the genus. Sheltered spot in sun.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
6.00
Dianella revoluta 'Blue Stream'
Flax Lily
Erect tufts of broad, very glaucous, blue strap like leaves, forming tight, spreading clumps. Sprays of reflexed bright blue flowers with a yellow beak in summer, followed by purple fruit. Hardy to -6c. Best in a rich, fertile soil in light shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
3.00
Dianella revoluta 'Coolvista'
Dwarf Flax Lily
Erect, tufted evergreen with narrow, steely blue, pleated, folded leathery leaves, quickly forming a good clump. Airy sprays of potato like electric blue flowers with a yellow beak followed by showy purple fruit in autumn. Hardy to -6c. Best in in a rich soil in light shade. (6-8) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
3.00
Dianella revoluta 'Little Rev'
Flax
More or less hardy evergreen with fans of blue hued, strap like leaves with rolled back margins. Airy sprays of reflexed blue flowers with yellow beaks in summer followed by intense blue berries. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-7) 45cm. Good in pots.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
12.00
Dianella 'Streetscape'
Flax Lily
Tuft forming evergreen with rather broader, softly leathery, pleated fresh green leaves, spreading more slowly. Airy sprays of reflexed electric blue flowers with yellow beaks, followed by purple fruit. Hardy to -6c. Best in a rich soil in light shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Dianthus barbatus 'Darkest of All'
Sweet william
Sometimes biennial or short lived perennial with creeping mats of needle like, dark smokey-black leaves. Branching stems with dense, domed heads of darkest cherry-red, almost black flowers during spring & summer. Self seeds true to type. Well drained soil in sun. (5-7) 35x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Dianthus carthusianorum 'Rupert's Pink'
Pink
Small, tufted evergreen alpine with tight mats of long, narrow, needle like, silver-grey leaves. Clusters of simple, soft pink, scented flowers, opening from maroon buds during summer. Light, rather poor soil in sun. (5-7) 15cm.
 1Lt
£4.35
7.00
Dianthus 'Doris' (AGM)
(Pink)
Double blooms of light pink with a salmon eye; well scented. A very popular variety. Plant in groups for effect. Well drained, sunny position. Ht:30cms (12ins). (June-Oct)
 1Lt
£2.95
7.00
Dianthus 'Hereford Butter Market'
Pink
Probably an old variety, found in a Hereford market & named as such. rather small velvety marron flowers with a fine pale-pink picotte around each petal;- summer. Needle like silver-grey leaves. Propagate regularly for vigour. Free draining soil in sun. (5-8) 15cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
21.00
Dianthus 'Slap 'n' Tickle'
Pink
(Scent First Series) Compact pink somewhere between an alpine & traditional pink. Well scented, semi-double, rich rose-pink flowers with fringed petals & red eye ;- Summer. Mounds of needle like, silver leaves. Poor, sharply drained soil in sun. (5-8) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£3.99
2.00
Diascia 'Aurora Dark Pink'
Twinspur
(Aurora Series) Spreading perennial with erect stems topped by densely packed, whorled spikes of two lipped dark-pink flowers,
held continuously from early summer to the frosts. Reasonably hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-10) 40x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
11.00
Diascia barberae 'Blackthorn Apricot'
Twinspur
A low spreading, almost prostrate plant with large, two-lipped, SOFT APRICOT flowers freely produced from early summer until frosts. Ideal in tubs & borders. Marginally hardy. Well drained, not too dry soil in sun. 30x90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
9.00
Diascia fetcaniensis
Twinspur
Vigorous reasonably hardy species from the Drakensbergs. Oval toothed hairy leaves & a neat bushy habit. Slightly cup shaped rose pink flowers are held in long racemes all summer & autumn. tolerates more shade than many others. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
9.00
Diascia integerrima 'Blush'
Twinspur
Low, spreading, clump forming hardy perennial with pairs of small, toothed, mid-green leaves. Slender, wispy spikes of two-lipped, almost white, pink flushed flowers with a deeper throat, borne through summer & autumn. Well drained soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (6-9) 30x40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Diascia Towers of Flowers 'Light Pink'
Bushy, upright, not trailing perennial with decumbent stems having long spikes of closely set, two-lipped, soft-pink flowers, freely borne over a long period from May to the frosts. Surprisingly hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (5-10) 40x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
10.00
Dicentra 'Aurora'
Wild Bleeding Heart
New selection with nodding, PUREST WHITE LOCKETS TIPPED PALEST MAUVE; late spring & early summer. Intense steely blue, fern-like foliage. Retentive soil in dappled shade. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
12.00
Dicentra canadensis
Squirrel Corn
From the woodlands of Eastern USA. this is an ephemeral perennial. Bulbous form, emerging in spring with very finely cut,almost feathery, grey-green leaves. Short stems with hanging white lockets follow shortly afterwards. Dormant by summer. Humus rich, woodland soil in part shade. (3-4) 15cm.
 1Lt
£4.95
2.00
Dicentra cucullaria
Dutchman's Breeches
Racemes of white flowers with yellow tips on arching stems in early spring. Divided clumps of blue-green leaves. Dies back quickly after flowering. Gritty rich soil in part shade. 20x20cm.
 1Lt
£4.95
24.00
Dicentra cucullaria 'Pink Punk'
Stagger Corn
Small, tufted bulbous woodlander with mounds of very finely cut, feathery silver-grey leaves. Dainty blush-pink lockets hover just above the leaves in spring. Dormant by midsummer. Best in a cool, moist, woodland soil in part or full shade. (4-5) 10cm.
 1Lt
£4.95
15.00
Dicentra cucullaria 'Pittsburg'
Dutchman's Breeches
From small white bulbous clusters arise clumps of grey-green finely dissected leaves. The flowers which look like inverted trousers are a buff mushroom colour with a flush of pink in spring. Diificult plant for the plantsperson. Humus rich soil in part shade.
 1Lt
£5.65
9.00
Dicentra 'King Of Hearts'
Bleeding Hearts
Small, wooodland hybrid with creeping mats of delicate, very lacy, silver grey, fleshy leaves. Short spikes with hanging lockets of rich pink over a long period from spring, often into autumn. Well drained, woodland soil in pt/shade. (4-9) 25cm.
 1Lt
£4.95
6.00
Dicentra 'Luxuriant' (AGM)
Bleeding Heart
Pendulous clusters of RICH, GLOWING DARK PINK lockets. Forms a low, spreading clump of finely cut, ferny foliage. Needs a cool shady site in a not too dry soil. 45x60cm. Flowers: May-July.
 1.4Lt
£4.60
5.00
Dierama ambiguum
African Harebell
Rarely seen species seeming top be one of the easiest ones to flower. Arching sprays of generally bright pink bell-shaped, hanging flowers from silver calyces;- midsummer. Erect fans iof sword like leaves. Likes a dry winter & moisture at flowering. (7-9) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
2.00
Dierama argyreum
African Harebell
Elegant, taller harebell from South Africa with the arching, almost drooping stems weighed down by nodding white flowers, held in wine-red flushed bracts during early summer. Colour can be variable from seed. Retentive yet free draining soil in sun.90cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
8.00
Dierama atrum
 1.4Lt
£5.95
8.00
Dierama 'Blue Belle'
Angels Fishing Rods
Very unusual form, possibly bred from medium or floriferum. Arching sprays of hanging bell shaped soft lavender-blue flowers from silvery bracts in late spring & early summer. Narrow, upright fans of sword like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
5.00
Dierama 'Candy Stripe'
Seed raised strain with often soft pink & cream striped flowers. very variable in our opinion often giving all pink flowers in variable shades. A shorter variety which is however easier to flower. Moist yet well drained soil in sun. 75x30cm. (6-8)
 1.4Lt
£5.35
7.00
Dierama 'Cinnamon Fairy'
African Harebell
Quite erect, slightly arching spikes of fat, bell-shaped dusky-pink flowers from silver buds ;- summer. Slowly clump forming, erect fans of semi-evergreen narrow leaves. Needs moisture at flowering but dry in winter. Sunny, sheltered spot. (7-9) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
7.00
Dierama cooperi
African Harebell
Rarely seen South African species often with large, hanging, bell shaped mid-pink, occasionally white bell-shaped flowers with red guidelines in the throat;- midsummer. Glaucous flushed leaves. Needs a dry winter & moisture for flowering. (6-8) 70cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
8.00
Dierama dracomontanum
Angels Fishing Rods
Hanging, dark pink to mauve bells in papery calyces; all summer. Fans of narrow, erect, grassy leaves. Retentive yet well drained soil which never dries out in sun. 60x30cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
10.00
Dierama formosum
African Harebell
Variable, rarely seen species with pendulous, bell-shaped flowers ranging from lilac-pink to cerise-pink, held in silver calyces during midsummer. Narrow fans of leathery leaves. Multiplies well but forms open clumps. Likes moisture for flowering & dry winters.(7-9)75
 1.4Lt
£5.95
16.00
Dierama igneum
Angel's Fishing Rods
Coll;-S.Africa. Recently introduced species that seems more free flowering. Tufts of narrow, grassy leaves & arching stems ending in clusters of nodding, bell-shaped deep pink flowers in late summer & early autumn. Retentive well drained soil in sun. 60x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
10.00
Dierama 'Miranda'
Angels fishing rod
Selected in South Africa, the home of the Dierama, this strong growing selection has arching stems with good sized lilac-pink flowers from silver bracts;- summer. Narrow fans of upright leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in a sheltered spot. Ht 150cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
4.00
Dierama mossii
Angel's Fishing Rod
Medium to small form, with the bell-shaped soft-pink flowers held on erect spikes during midsummer. Narrow, upright grassy leaves. One of the hardiest forms. Retentive, free draining soil in sun. (7-8) 45cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
10.00
Dierama pauciflorum
Angel's Fishing Rod
A dwarf species from high in the Drakensbergs. Few flowered erect spikes of very large rich pink flowers, usually marked white & red in throat;- midsummer. Multiplies reasonable well & flowers reliably. One of the easier ones to grow. (7-8) 55cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
7.00
Dierama 'Puck'
Angel's Fishing Rod
Bulbous with stiff narrow grassy clumps of leaves. This dwarf form has arching stems topped by silvery pink bell shaped flowers in papery calyces in august which rustle in the breeze. Retentive soil that does not dry out in sun. 60x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
3.00
Dierama pulcherrimum
Fairies Wand
Long, graceful, arching stems topped with rows of beautiful ROSE-LILAC bells; late summer. Long, wiry, arching evergreen leaves. Moisture holding soil in sun. 1.2m.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
7.00
Dierama pulcherrimum 'Blackbird'
Angel's Fishing rod.
Very rarely available is this wonderful deep plummy-maroon form, almost black. These are from division & not seed as is usually offered. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
8.00
Dierama pulcherrimum 'Blackbird'
Angel's Fishing rod.
 2Lt
£8.75
5.00
Dierama 'Spring Dancer'
Angels Fishing Rod
Although a seed strain, this breeds reasonably true. A shorter hybrid with arching wands carrying rich-pink flowers from silvery bracts, during midsummer. Slow spreading fans of narrow, leathery leaves. Needs a dry winter & moist spring to induce flowering. (5-7) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
17.00
Dierama 'Tiny Bells'
Angels Fishing Rods
One of the smallest but most free flowering forms with tiny tufts of leaves. Short, gently arching sprays of mid-pink flared flowers from silvery bracts during early summer. Never dry but free draining soil in sun. (6-7) 40cm. from Cally gardens.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
19.00
Dietes bicolor
Although only on the borderlines of hardiness, these long flowering Iris relatives are excellent for a pot. Erect, evergreen fans of narrow, sword like leaves. Beautiful moonlight yellow flat flowers with three burgundy blotches, intermittently through summer. Loves sun. (6-9) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
10.00
Digitalis 'Glory Of Roundway'
Perennial Foxglove
Long, upright spikes of small, creamy-pink, tubular flowers; May-June. Soundly perennial, sterile hybrid. Reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. Ht: 90cms.
 2Lt
£6.75
5.00
Digitalis grandiflora 'Carillon'
Foxglove
A selected dwarfer form with shorter spikes of soft creamy yellow unmarked flowers during midsummer. Basal rosettes of grey haired leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Digitalis 'Illumination Pink'
Foxglove
(Illumination Series) One of those Isoplexis hybrids with rosettes of coarse, evergreen leaves. Impressive spikes of rich sunset pink flowers with apricot throats, during June & July. Not always long lived. Light, free draining soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (6-7) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
19.00
Digitalis lutea
Straw foxglove
(syn.D.eriostachya) An uncommon small foxglove forming rosettes of glossy leaves. Strong upright stems carry small, narrow, tubular, YELLOW flowers crowded down one side of the spike. For a well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x30cm. Flowers: June-August.
 2Lt
£6.35
9.00
Digitalis parviflora
Foxglove
Long cylindrical spikes of small BROWNISH-PURPLE, narrow, tubular flowers on leafy stems; early summer. Basal rosettes of rich green leaves. Sun lover for a well drained soil. 75x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Digitalis 'Polkadot Pippa'
Foxglove
(Polkadot Series) Seed strain with dense spikes of narrowly tubular, flat, crushed strawberry flowers with a wide peachy-apricot throat, lightly speckled purple. Flowers early to late summer. Short lived or biennial for a retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 80x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Digitalis purpurea
Foxglove
Our native biennial foxglove. Bold spikes ogf tubular flowers in a range of colours from white through to deep-pink, often with spotted throats. Self seeds when happy. retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Digitalis purpurea 'Camelot Lavender'
Foxglove
Impressive foxglove with bold spikes of large, tubular, lilac-pink flowers with a white throat, speckled burgundy. Flowers summer to the frosts if deadheaded. Self seeds true to type. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 90cm.
 3Lt
£6.35
2.00
Digitalis purpurea 'Camelot Rose'
Foxglove
Seed raised strain with bold spikes of darkest rose-pink flowers with spotting in the throat;- summer. Basal rosettes of grey-green leaves. can be biennial or a short lived perennial but self seeds true. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. 120cm.
 3Lt
£6.35
5.00
Digitalis purpurea 'Camelot White'
Foxglove
Upright perennial, breedingtrue from seed. Bold spikes of trumpey-shaped, pure white flowers with fine red flecking in the throat;- summer. Basal rosettes of coarse leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 90cm.
 3Lt
£6.35
7.00
Digitalis purpurea 'Dalmatian Peach'
Dalmatian Foxglove
Striking foxglove with whorled, fat spikes of large, bell-shaped soft pinky-peach flowers, slightly speckled rusty bronze in the throat. Flowers through summer. A short lived perennial capable of self seeding. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Digitalis purpurea 'Dalmatian Peach'
Dalmatian Foxglove
 3Lt
£6.35
4.00
Digitalis purpurea 'Dalmatian Purple'
Dalmatian Foxglove
Striking foxglove with whorled, fat spikes of large, bell-shaped rich purple-pink flowers, slightly speckled white & purple in the throat. Flowers through summer. A short lived perennial capable of self seeding. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 3Lt
£6.35
4.00
Digitalis purpurea 'Dalmation White'
Foxglove
Striking foxglove with whorled, fat spikes of large, bell-shaped pure-white flowers with rich plum speckling in the throat. Flowers through summer. A short lived perennial capable of self seeding. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 1Lt
£3.90
5.00
Digitalis purpurea 'Lavender Carousel'
Erect biennial or short lived perennial with spikes of large, nodding, bell-shaped, lavender-pink flowers with a purple speckled white throat, borne from early to late summer. Will self seed true to type. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 100x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Digitalis purpurea 'Pam's Choice'
Foxglove
Short lived perennial seeding itself true to type. Spikes of large, trumpet-shaped white flowers with the whole troat purple-red. Basal rosettes of coarse, grey-green leaves. Any soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Digitalis purpurea 'Purple Carousel'
Selected for it's densely packed spikes of tubular, rich purple-pink flowers, strongly speckled white in the throat, surrounded by a dark purple ring. A short lived perennial or biennial, seeding true to type. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 75x50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
10.00
Digitalis purpurea 'Sutton's Apricot' (AGM)
Foxglove
Long upright stems with spires of SOFT APRICOT, tubular flowers; basal rosette of large, hairy leaves. Self seeds. Best in dappled shade in fertile soil. 1.0m+(3ft+)
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Digitalis purpurea 'White Carousel'
Upright, short lived perennial or biennial, with bold spikes of tubular, pristine white flowers with fine purple speckles in the throat, extending across the lips, from early to late summer. Self seeds true to type. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 75x50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Digitalis 'Spice Island'
Foxglove
Much like a rusty golden brown flowered form of ferruginea, making it soundly perennial, but painfully slow to propagate, hence the price. Narrow spikes of baggy flowers with a white lower lip in summer. Deeply veined leaves. Well drained soil in sun. 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Disporopsis undulata
Small, low growing, creeping woodlander, spreading by stolons. Arching evergreen stems with light-green, leathery leaves. Small clusters of narrowly bell-shaped white flowers with green mouths & speckling, borne during May & June. Best in a retentive, neutral woodland soil in part or full shade. (5-6) 30x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
10.00
Disporum leucanthum
A small, rhizomatous, woodland perennial with erect, zigzagging stems having alternate, oval, veined, deep-green leaves. Small clusters of flared, bell-shaped white flowers, tipped green are held in the leaf axils in spring, followed by black fruit. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (4-5) 45x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
6.00
Disporum megalanthum CD&R 2412b
Fairy Bells
Very strong growing form, introduced by Compton, D'Arcy & Rix. Unusual in being more or less evergreen, the well branched arching stems have thick textured leaves. Hanging cream bells like a solomon's seal from March to May. Cool, humus rich, shady spot. 40cm
 1.4Lt
£5.35
12.00
Disporum sessile 'Variegatum'
Attractive woodland perennial similar to a Solomon's Seal'. Lance-shaped leaves are regularly variegated white. Creamy-white, bell-shaped, feathery flowers; spring. Spreads freely in cool, moist, humus-rich soil in part or full shade. 60x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.90
5.00
Disporum trabeculatum 'Nakafu'
Slow, creeping deciduous woodlander with stems having, elliptic, pointed, glossy green leaves with slightly wavy margins. In spring they emerge with a central gold splash which disappears at flowering, reappearing later. Small, yellowish-green flowers during late spring. Humus rich, woodland soil in part shade. (4-5) 25cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.95
4.00
Disporum uniflorum
Previously sold as flavens. Easily grown woodland plant much like Solomon's seal. Glossy leaves up the stout stems & clear yellow nodding bell shaped flowers amongst the upper leaves in spring followed by black berries. Cool woodland conditions in humus rich soil. 60x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.90
7.00
Disporum uniflorum
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Disporum viridescens
Fairy Lanterns
Delicate Asian species with arching stems having nodding, narrowly bell-shaped white flowers with a gren tinge in late pring followed by blue fruit which age black. Retentive, well drained soil in part or full shade. (5-6) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Dodecatheon jeffreyi pygmaeum
A very small, condensed form of this variable species. Basal rosettes of smooth, wavy margined, light-green leaves, Slender stems with nodding, strongly reflexed flowers in various shades of pink, with a yellow & black beak, during April & May. Cool, moist, well drained soil in part shade. (4-5) 15x15cm.
 1Lt
£4.65
4.00
Dodecatheon pauciflorum
Shooting Star
In the UK this is considered synonymous with meadia but in the US, where it grows, it retains it's status. Small woodlander with rosettes of dark green, smooth leaves. Strongly reflexed purple-pink flowers with a yellow & black beak; May & June. Summer dormant. Best with some shade. (4-5) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Doronicum x excelsum 'Harpur Crewe'
Leopard's Bane
Branched stems with large golden yellow daisies up to 4-ins across; spring. Heart shaped pointed softly hairy leaves. Moist humus rich soil in part or dappled shade. 60x60cm.
 2Lt
£5.95
2.00
Dracocephalum rupestre
Dragon's Head
Variable perennial in cultivation making low mounds of crinkled, rich green, aromatic leaves. Short spikes of large, nepeta-like, VIOLET-BLUE HOODED FLOWERS; late summer. Ordinary well drained soil in a sunny site. 45x45cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
12.00
Dracunculus canariensis
Dragon Arum
Rarely seen, tender species from Madeira & the Canary Islands. Stout spotted, snakeskin stems, with pairs of large, divided leaves. The white spathe, flushed green on the exterior, with a yellow spadix in early summer. Keep frost free. (6-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
9.00
Dryopteris pacifica
A rarely seen, more or less evergreen, spreading fern from China, Japan & Korea, Arching, glossy, deep-green fronds are finely pinnate & divided into toothed leaflets. Easy in a retentive soil in sun or shade. 45x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.95
4.00
Dystaenia takesimana
Wild Korean Celery, Korean Pig Plant
Attractive umbellifer from Ullong island of Korea with finely cut pinnate leaves, the young ones which taste of celery. Branching stems with large heads of compound white flowers during summer. Seems soundly perennial in a retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 80x120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Echinacea 'Cinnamon Cupcake'
Small, anemone flowered coneflower with dark, well branched stems with bright cinnamon-orange flowers with a central matching cone. Flowers midsummer into autumn. Best in a sheltered, free draining soil in sun. (7-9) 50x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Echinacea 'Cleopatra'
Coneflower
Bushy, shorter form with well branched stems carrying good sized rich yellow, well scented flowers over a long period through late summer & autumn. Golden-copper central cone. Light, free draining soil in sun. (7-10) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
4.00
Echinacea 'Daydream'
Coneflower
Lightly scented, free flowering herbaceous perennial with good sized, slightly reflexing, butter yellow daisies with a raised, deep gold cone, borne from late summer through autumn. Light, free draining soil in sun in a sheltered spot. (7-10) 55x40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
10.00
Echinacea 'Delicious Candy'
Coneflower
Well branched stems carry anemone flowered intense fuchsia-pink flowers with a central raised, double cone of pinkish-bronze.
Flowers freely during late summer & autumn. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-9) 55x45cm.
 2Lt
£8.40
3.00
Echinacea 'Evening Glow'
Sneezeweed
A very distinct colour break with golden-orange flowers having a red-orange suffusion around the dark brown eye. they are held on dark stems during late summer & autumn. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (7-10) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
3.00
Echinacea 'Glowing Dream'
(Dream Series) A compact, bushy perennial with large, rich watermelon-pink daisies with slightly drooping ray petals, around a raised brown-bronze cone. Flowers from midsummer into autumn. Needs a light, free draining soil in sun. 60x45cm. (7-9)
 1.4Lt
£5.35
4.00
Echinacea 'Green Jewel'
Coneflower
Very unusual, semi double soft jade green flowers with horizontally held ray petals;- Late summer into autumn. Distinct colour break in these en-vogue perennials. Needs a retentive yet sharply drained soil in sun. (7-10) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
3.00
Echinacea 'Greenline'
Coneflower
Surprisingly strong growing double form with a small row of drooping, green tinged white petals. Very large, anemone like cone of soft lime green, short quilled petals;- Late summer & autumn. Best in a retentive, sharply drained soil in sun. (7-9) 65cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
10.00
Echinacea 'Hot Summer'
Coneflower
Constantly changing form with the flowers initially opening golden-orange, becoming flame & finally almost red;- July to September. Like most it has a very light scent. Prairie plant demanding a sharply drained soil in sun.Besp planted in spring to get established. (7-9) 65cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
3.00
Echinacea 'Moodz Cozy'
Very bushy variety well covered in large, many petalled, single, rich magenta-pink flowers with a rich purple brown 'cone' over a long period from June on. Coarse, elliptic, rich green leaves. Requires a very free draining soil in sun. To: 60cms.
 2Lt
£7.95
2.00
Echinacea pallida
Coneflower
(Coll;-Rockton, Illinois). A strangely neglected species with basal clumps of narrow, toothed leaves. Upward-facing pale pink daisies have spidery, almost drooping, reflexed petals in late summer. 90x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Echinacea pallida 'Hula Dancer'
White coneflower
Unusual, white flowered form of this prairie native with unbranched stems carrying, drooping petalled, white flowers with a pink tinge, around a bronze cone;- midsummmer into autumn. Narrow, hairy leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-9)90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
12.00
Echinacea 'Pineapple Sundae'
Coneflower
The first anemone flowered gold form with a large cone of rich, golden pineapple yellow with a small ring of narrow, drooping ray petals, borne during late summer & autumn. Needs a sharply drained soil in sun in a sheltered spot. (7-10) 70x40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Alba'
Coneflower
Erect perennial with clusters of horizontally held, pure white daisies around a large, raised, golden-bronze central cone;- late summer into autumn. Beware of slugs, especially in the new growth. Retentive, free draining not clay soil in sun. (7-9) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
9.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Green Eyes'
Coneflower
Easily grown medium sized hybrid with good sized purple pink, single flowers with a central coppery-gold cone, the centre of which remains green, hence the name. Flowers late summer & autumn. Strong, well branched plant. Light, free draining soil in sun. (7-10) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Leuchstern'
Coneflower
syn. 'Starlight'. Large, upward facing, RICH PURPLE-RED daisies have a distinctive bronze cone. Gives good late summer colour. Stately stems clothed in dark green leaves. A new German clone. Good, rich well drained soil in sun or part shade. 80x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Little Magnus'
Coneflower
The dwarfest form but with one of the largest flowers. Slightly reflexing purple-pink flowers with a bronze purple cone; July to September. Needs a sharply drained soil in sun to thrive. (7-9) 40cm.
 2Lt
£7.95
12.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus' (AGM)
Purple Coneflower
Huge, bright magenta-pink, wide rayed daisies with a prominent black central cone; June to September. A new hybrid with large, basal leaves. Rich soil in sun. 90x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
6.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus' (AGM)
Purple Coneflower
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Milkshake'
Coneflower
One of the strongest growers of these conical forms with a dense bun of modified creamy white petals around an egg yolk yellow centre & dparse, long drooping ray petals;- mid to late summer. Likes a retentive, free draining soil in sun. (7-9) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
9.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Primadonna Deep Pink'
A seed raised, strain, breeding reasonably true from seed. A clump forming perennial with erect stems topped by heads of single, rich rose-pink daisies, with an orange-bronze cone, freely borne from late summer, into autumn. Light, free draining soil in sun. (7-9) 90x40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Primadonna White'
Clump forming perennial, breeding true from seed. Branching stems are topped by slightly reflexing, creamy-white flowers with a large, raised, golden-bronze cone, borne from late summer into autumn. Light, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (8-10) 90x40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Rubinstern' (AGM)
Cone flower
Rather a vibrant mid border perennial with horizontally held, intense purple petals & a flat golden-brown central eye. Good late summer colour. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Echinacea purpurea 'White Swan'
Coneflower
Large, single, wide rayed, daisy flowers of PURE WHITE with a pronounced central cone; June to September. Stately, upright perennial with well branched stems. Any reasonable soil; best in sun. 60x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Echinacea 'Secret Romance'
Conflower
(Secret Series) Unusual anemone flowered Coneflower with well branched stems carrying soft pink flowers with drooping ray petals & a slightly deeper, raised central cone. Clumps of narrow, rough hairy leaves. Sharply drained, light soil in sun. (7-10) 60x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
3.00
Echinacea simulata
Wavy Leaf Coneflower
Rarely seen species from Eastern USA, rather similar to pallida with drooping dark rosy pink ray petals around a yellowish raised cone;- late summer into autumn. Narrow grey green leaves. Well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
13.00
Echinacea 'Summer Breeze'
Coneflower
Impressive heads of slightly drooping rich golden flowers around a raised brown cone during late summer & autumn. The flowers open initially with a green tinge. Needs a light, free draining soil in sun. A marco van Noort hybrid. (7-9) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
10.00
Echinacea 'Summer Cloud'
Coneflower
Marco van Noort hybrid with simple, single rich cerise-pink flowers with horizontal petals around a dark bronze-black cone ;- late summer into autumn. Striking black stems. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 4.80
 1.4Lt
£5.35
5.00
Echinacea 'Summer Salsa'
Coneflower
Amazing, anemone centred form with starts out as a rich orange, almost single flowers, forming a large cone of deep vermilion orange-red, with small drooping ray petals, from July to October. Lightly scented. Needs a sharply drained soil in sun. (7-10) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
12.00
Echinacea 'SunSeekers Orange'
Coneflower
(SunSeekers Series) A dwarf strain with well branched stems carry non fading, glowing tangerine-orange daisies, paler at the tips, around a rusty bronze cone, freely borne from late summer into autumn. Needs a sharply drained soil in sun. (8-10) 45cm.
 2Lt
£8.40
5.00
Echinacea 'SunSeekers Yellow'
Coneflower
Small, bushy, clump forming Coneflower with well branched stems having small, piercing, vibrant yellow daisies with slightly drooping ray petals around a golden-brown cone, freely borne from late summer into autumn. Demands a sharply drained soil in sun. (8-10) 45cm.
 2Lt
£6.45
5.00
Echinacea 'White Meditation'
Clump forming perennial the stiff, upright stems topped with large (to 4cm) daisy-like flowers with a large, yellow dome and swept back white petals; late June until autumn in dead headed. Requires a free draining soil in full sun. Hardy to -10C but winter waterlogging can cause root rot. To: 60cms.
 2Lt
£8.40
4.00
Echinops bannaticus (AGM)
Globe Thistle
(syn.E.ritro) An imposing clump former with bold, jagged, green leaves grey beneath. Large DEEP STEEL-BLUE round heads are borne on grey stems. The flowers turn a deeper colour as they open from the base. Free draining soil in sun. 120x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Echinops ritro (AGM)
Globe Thistle
Clump forming perennial the upright stems clothed with elliptic, heavily cut, stiff, spiny leaves (to 20cm long) dark green above & downy white beneath. Heads of globe-shaped metallic blue flowers; summer. Poor, well drained soil in sun. Ht: 60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Echinops tjanschanicus
Globe Thistle
Rather tall, back of the border Chinese species, especially the Tien Shan mountains. Well branched stems carry imposing, tennis-ball sized silvery-blue flowers on stout stems, over a long period throughout summer. Adored by bees. Thistle like leaves. Light, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (6-9) 200cm.
 2Lt
£6.85
4.00
Epimedium 'Alabaster'
Bishop's Mitre
American hybrid offering the combination of very large, pure-white flowers, hivering over fresh mats of light green leaves, never really colouring. A hybrid of Chinese species, needng a retentive soil in part shade. (4-5) 35x45cm
 1.4Lt
£5.35
10.00
Epimedium 'Buckland Buzz'
Bishop's Mitre
Tall, upright evergreen hybrid, bred at Buckland Monachorum with a lot of franchetii in it's breeding. Long, leathery, spiny leaves which are rich burgundy red on the new growth in spring. Airy sprays of golden yellow flowers with long, forward pointing spurs, from April to June. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (4-6) 50x50cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
7.00
Epimedium 'Buttered Popcorn'
Bishop's Mitre
A small setosum x davidii hybrid with evergreen, leathery, soft green leaves, flushed bronze-brown on the spring & autumn growth. Clouds of small but profuse, golden yellow flowers with short spurs, held on dark stems from April to June. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (4-6) 20x50cm.
 3Lt
£6.35
9.00
Epimedium chlorandrum
Bishop's Mitre
Rhizomatous, deciduous Chinese species with large, spidery, yellow-green flowers, emerging in spring with showy, heavily brown mottled leaves. The leaves are leathery & spiny toothed. One of the trickier species to please. Cool, moist, humus rich soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
7.00
Epimedium chlorandrum hybrid
Bishop's Mitre
Deciduous, Chinese species with the large, spidery, pale yellow-green flowers emerging with the showy, chocolate mottled leaves in spring. Needs a good, humus rich, never dry soil out of cold winds in part shade. (4-5) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
11.00
Epimedium Creeping Yellow
Bishops Mitre
Small creeping deciduous species with the new growth in spring soft golden yellow, with a broad burgundy rim & speckling. Clusters of nodding white flowers in spring with the new leaves. Cool, retentive woodland soil in part or full shade. (2-5) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
8.00
Epimedium 'Darrell's Pink'
Bishop's Mitre
Not sure where this name came from. Mounds of oval, spiny green leaves with a little copper new spring growth. Branched stems with narrow. soft pink spidery, wavy petals. Short orangey-red sepals with gold stamens. Flowers late spring. Humus rich, woodland soil in part shade. (4-6) 35cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
2.00
Epimedium fargesii 'Pink Constellation'
Bishop's Mitre
Large, wide spidery pink flowers with purple petals, hover like hawks on long, airy, well branched stems during late spring. Saw toothed, arrow-shaped leathery, glossy green leaves, with a copper patchwork during spring. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (4-5) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.75
8.00
Epimedium 'Fire Dragon'
Barrenwort
davidii x leptorrhizum hybrid bred by Robin White. Creeping perennial with spiny edged, pointed leaves, heavily mottled brown in spring. Nodding, reflexed yellow flowers with pink sepals, during spring. Needs a rich, retentive soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 35cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
3.00
Epimedium 'Fire Dragon'
Barrenwort
 2Lt
£6.95
4.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'Elfenkonigin'
Bishop's Mitre
(Elf Queen'). A compact form of this deciduous species, with the new growth flushed purple in spring. Relatively large cream flowers held on wiry stems in ;late spring & early summer. Good ground cover for fertile, rich soil in shade.(4-6) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
20.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'French Braid'
Mitrewort
Distinct deciduous variety, grown chiefly for its leaves. They are rather oned sided & emerge luminous yellow in spring with a broad brown margin. Good sized creamy white flowers become hidden by the expanding spring leaves. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 40x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
9.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'Red Beauty'
Bishop's Mitre
Selected form of this deciduous species with dark crimson-red, short spurred flowers in spring. The yellow-green leaves have a red flushed new growth & good autumnal colour. humus rich, well drained soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
11.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'White Queen' (AGM)
Bishop's Mitre
Very tall form, with the deciduous pointed leaves flushed red in spring. Large, small spurred white flowers are freely produced in spring. a not often seen hybrid & slow to colonise. (4-5) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Epimedium leptorrhizum
Bishop's Mitre
Delicate low growing showy species from Central China spreading gently by rhizomes. Evergreen leaflets are divided into 3 with wide pale pinkish white flowers with long spurs in early spring. Best in cool shade but adaptable. 30x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
3.00
Epimedium 'Mandarin Star'
Bishops Mitre
Close to 'Wudang Star' this evergreen clump former has cordate, heavily brown flushed, finely spined leaves, especially on the new new growth. Heavily branched stems carry large nodding white flowers with golden-orange sepals, borne during late spring & early summer. retentive soil in part shade. (5-6) 40x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
4.00
Epimedium membranaceum
Bishop's Mitre
Probably the longest flowering species, from Western China with Evergreen, glossy clumps of toothed leaves. Large, 2' spidery yellow flowers continuing into early summer. Never dry soil in part shade. (3-6) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
10.00
Epimedium pauciflorum
Bishop's Mitre
Rarely seen Chinese woodlander, with two toned, spidery pink flowers in spring. The shapely toothed, spined leaves emerge in spring with a heavy brown mottling, glossy in summer. Never let it dry out in woodland soil in part shade. (2-5) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
5.00
Epimedium pinnatum colchicum 'Thunderbolt'
Collected in Georgia, the leaves emerge olive green with a cinnamon border, and later at the onset of cold weather they darken to charcoal black with contrasting green veins which form a "thunderbolt" pattern. Airy spikes of yellow flowers during April & May. (4-5) 40x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
4.00
Epimedium platypetalum Og 93.085
Bishop's Mitre
Chinese species, with semi-evergreen toothed leaves, mottled purple when young. Small, spurless yellow flowers in long spikes, often into summer. Humus rich, never too dry soil in part shade. (3-6) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
6.00
Epimedium pubescens
Hairy Mitrewort
Chinese evergreen with attractive, spiny winter foliage, the new leaves in spring are mottled brown. Airy sprays of the tiniest white flowers with a yellow eye in spring are surprisingly effective. never dry soil in part shade. (3-5) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
9.00
Epimedium 'Shiho'
Bishop's Mitre
Creeping deciduous ground cover with heart-shaped pale leaves, flushed copper on the new growth. Spidery bright cherry-pink flowers with the new growth during early spring. Good autumn colour. Any reasonable soil in part or full shade. (4-5) 25cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
2.00
Epimedium stellulatum 'Wudang Star' L1193
Bishop's Mitre
A species colected by Roy Lancaster in 1983. The toothed evergreen leaves have spectacular red marbled leaves especially in spring when the leaves are flushed chocolate. Nodding heads of small white flowers. Humus rich, retentive soil in part shade. (3-4)
 1.4Lt
£5.65
3.00
Epimedium x perralchicum 'Frohnleiten'
Barrenwort
CLEAR GOLDEN-YELLOW flowers in airy spikes. Semi-evergreen, fresh green, heart-shaped foliage is edged & mottled red. Good ground cover in sun or part shade in not too dry soil. 30x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Epimedium x rubrum 'Galadriel'
Deciduous perennial with the new spring growth, golden-yellow with a broad brown rim. Branching stems carry glowering red flowers with just the tiniest yellow markings, borne with the new leaves during spring. Good ground cover even for dryish shade.40x50cm. (4-5)
 1.4Lt
£5.35
5.00
Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum' (AGM)
Bishop's Hat
A very delicate, dainty form the small leaves having beautiful tinting when young. Sprays of PALE YELLOW flowers; March to May. Sun or shade in not too dry soil. 30x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Epimedium x youngianum 'Fairy Dust'
Barrenwort
Small, slow spreading deciduous hybrid with the new leaves emerging a light chocolate. Each flower is composed of a white cup, small white inner spurs, and larger mauvy-lavender sepals. Flowers May & June. Darrel Probst hybrid for a retentive soil in part or full shade. (4-5) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
8.00
Epimedium x youngianum 'Grape Fizz'
Barrenwort
Darrel Probst deciduous hybrid with the new leaves emerging bronzey-copper in spring & again in autumn. Dainty, nodding, wide bell-shaped softest mauvey-lavender flowers with short spurs, during late spring. Retentive, woodland soil in part shade. (4-5) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
8.00
Epimedium x youngianum 'Marchacos Sprite'
Bishop's Mitre
Usually deciduous hybrid with attractive spring & autumn growth which is attractively flushed bronze-purple. Airy sprays of small rose-pink flowers with white highlighted tepals & long, forward pointing spurs, borne during April & May. Tolerates drier soils in part or full shade. (4-5) 35x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
4.00
Epipactis gigantea
Giant Marsh Orchid
(Giant Marsh Orchid) A plant of subtle charm. The rhizomes creep slowly forming a cover of basal leaves that get smaller up the stems. Spires of small greenish brown flowers. Needs well drained yet moist humus rich soil in part shade. 60x45cm. June to July.
 1Lt
£7.25
7.00
Eremurus x isabellinus 'Obelisk'
Foxtail Lily
Tall, bold spikes of PURE WHITE flowers opening from the base; early summer. Unusual seed pods. Narrow basal rosette dies away at flowering. A choice selection for retentive yet well drained, gritty soil in full sun out of cold winds. 160x45cm.
 3Lt
£6.75
4.00
Erigeron aurantiacus
Orange Daisy
Mat forming perennial from Turkmenistan, with velvety, spathe-shaped leaves. Vibrant, solitary, orange flowers are held on short stems in summer. Well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Erigeron 'Azurfee'
(Fleabane) A reliable easy border plant forming dense ground cover.Sky-blue semi double daisies freely produced.Fertile well drained soil in sun.60x60cm.(6-8)
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Erigeron coulteri
Coulter's Fleabane
collected Mineral Co., CO, 11300ft, 3445m. Front of border daisy with a profusion of chalky white daisies, held on short stems during late spring & early summer. Tufts of oval, basal leaves. retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Erigeron 'Dominator'
Fleabane
One of the best selections of this summer flowering daisy with rich purple, narrow petalled flowers with a rich golden-yellow eye;- June to September. Easily grown in any well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-9) 65cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Erigeron glaucus 'Sea Breeze'
Beach Aster
A lovely pink flowered form of this Californian native. Dense mats of spathe shaped leaves. Short stems carry good sized, yellow eyed pink daisies throughout summer. Ideal trailing over walls. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. (5-10) 10cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Erigeron karvinskianus (AGM)
Fleabane
(syn.E.mucronatus) Slow spreader creeping by rhizomes in dry conditions. Slender stems with narrow, elliptic leaves & SMALL, DAISY-LIKE WHITE FLOWERS WITH PURPLE REVERSES; all summer. Self seeds freely. Well drained soil in sun. 30x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Erigeron 'Rosa Juwel'
Fleabane
Bushy, daisy like perennial with good sized, rich dusky-pink flowers with a yellow eye, during midsummer. attractive cottage garden perennial, easily grown in any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
10.00
Erigeron 'Schneewittchen'
Fleabane
(syn Snow White') A good, semi lax, clump forming, front of border plant carrying WHITE, RAYED FLOWERS over a long period; June-August. Any reasonably drained soil in sun. 60x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Erigeron 'Sommerneuschnee'
Fleabane
syn.New Summer Snow'. Cottage garden plant with a myriad of stems carrying narrow rayed white daisies which age blush pink as the flower matures;- midsummer. A little floppy so may need support. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
9.00
Eriogonum fasciculatum
Californian Buckwheat
Woody based Californian sub-shrub with needle, like inrolled leaves, hairy beneath, on spreading stems. Small, rounded heads of blush-pink or white flowers with a pink stained eye, held at the nodes during summer. Needs a sheltered, well drained spot in full sun. (7-8) 60x90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Erodium chrysanthum
Storksbill
Showy rockery or front of the border species, forming tight evergreen mats of finely cut, intensely silver leaves. Sprays of small, cup-shaped palest creamy yellow flowers in late spring & summer. Gritty, well drained soil in sun. (4-7) 15cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Erodium pelargoniiflorum
Stork's Bill
Spreading stems with geranium-like WHITE flowers with a dark blotch & veining on the lower petal. Basal mounds of softly crenated, grey leaves. Sheltered well drained position in full sun. 30x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Eryngium agavifolium
Sea Holly
Statuesque plant forming a rosette of sharply toothed, sword-like leaves. Big, GREEN, thimble-like flowerheads; late summer. Well drained fertile soil in sun. 1.5x1.2m.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
9.00
Eryngium alpinum 'Blue Star'
Sea Holly, Eryngo
One of the most beautiful forms with almost triangular toothed leaves. Oval, INCREDIBLY STEEL-BLUE, cone-like flowers with a metallic, prickly calyx of frills; late summer. Dries well. Well drained fertile soil in sun. 75x45cmS.
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Eryngium bourgatii
Sea Holly
Upright, wiry stems with deeply cut, holly-like leaves of grey green with white veins. BLUE-GREEN THISTLE-LIKE HEADS; July & August. Any well drained soil; best in full sun. 45x30cms.
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Eryngium bourgatii Graham Stuart Thomas' form
Sea Holly
A good selected form from Graham Stuart Thomas. Bold basal leaves of spiny silver veined dark green leaves. Cylindrical umbels of translucent violet-blue flowerheads; late summer. Gritty well drained soil in sun. 50x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Eryngium bourgatii 'Picos Amethyst'
Sea Holly
Showy form, collected in the Picos de Europa mountains of Northern Spain. Basal rosettes of spiny, deeply cut, silver-grey leaves with a central white splash. Branched, intense, stelly blue stem with large ruffed, steely-blue flowers. Sunny spot. (6-8) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Eryngium bourgatii 'Picos Amethyst'
Sea Holly
 2Lt
£7.35
5.00
Eryngium deppeanum NJM05.031
Sea Holly
Unusual Mexican species with basal rosettes of rapier like, spiny margined smooth green leaves with a central silver vein. Spiny stems with a small metallic steel-blue cone surrounded by a jade green ruff, during mid to late summer. Can be short lived. Light, free draining soil in sun. (7-8) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
3.00
Eryngium ebracteatum poterioides
Tall, airy perennial with erect, basal rosettes of sword-like, toothed & leathery, sheathing, grey-green leaves. Heavily branching stems carry tiny, spiny, cone-like, reddish-brown flowers in an airy haze, during summer & autumn. Poor, dry soil in sun. 150x60cm. (7-9)
 1.4Lt
£4.95
20.00
Eryngium eburneum
Sea Holly
(syn.E.paniculatum. of hort.) Clump former with long narrow spiny toothed arching leaves. Airy umbels of small whitish-green thimbles on pale stems; late summer. Moist, well drained fertile soil in sun. 150x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
9.00
Eryngium 'Neptune's Gold'
Golden Sea Holly
Most likely a form of zabelii, this forms basal rosettes of divided leaves, richly burnished gold throughout the year. Golden stems with large, thistle like silvery-gold flowers, developing a steely blue cone & centre with age. Flowers midsummer. Light, free draining soil in a sunny spot. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
6.00
Eryngium 'Pen Blue'
Sea Holly
Very showy hybrid with rather large, intense gentian-blue flowers with a wide, frilled ruff. They are held on inky violet-blue stems throughout summer. Basal clumps of cut, leathery, spiny leaves. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. (6-9) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Eryngium planum 'Blauer Zwerg'
Sea Holly
Blue Dwarf'. This dwarfer, compact form has spherical umbels of intense, steely-blue flowers held in spiny blue-green bracts. Basal rosettes of leathery toothed leaves. Well drained soil in a sunny site. (6-8) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Eryngium planum 'Blue Hobbit'
Sea Holly
Dwarf, compact form with well branched stems having lots of small ruffed rich blue flowers, initially opening silver; midsummer. Basal rosettes of oval glossy green leaves with silver veins. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Eryngium planum 'Jade Frost'
Sea Holly
vert attractive new hybrid with the glossy green leaves having a broad creamy white margin & a pink flush on th new growth. Airy spikes of small ruffed metallic blue flowers on dark stems, initially emerging silver;- late summer. Well drained soil in sun. 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
7.00
Eryngium planum 'White Glitter'
Sea Holly
Bred specifically for cutting, this has thimble like silvery-white flowers surrounded by a small silver ruff. They are held on silver flushed stems during midsummer. Basal rosettes of glossy leaves. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. (6-9) 70cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
6.00
Eryngium tricuspidatum
Sea Holly, Eryngo
Basal clumps of rounded three-lobed leaves with toothed edges. GREEN, ROUNDED, THIMBLE-LIKE FLOWERS are held in spiny bractr. Rarely seen easy border plant for a gritty soil in sun. 75x45cm. Flowers: Summer.
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Eryngium variifolium
Sea Holly
Beautiful evergreen with rosettes of small, spiny, rounded leaves with conspicuous white veins. Erect stems carry GREY-BLUE prickly flower heads; good for drying. Well drained, sunny position. 45x25cms. Flowers: May-September.
 2Lt
£6.55
4.00
Eryngium x tripartitum (AGM)
Sea Holly
Wiry stems from a basal rosette of leaves producing many branches ending in METALLIC-BLUE CONES surrounded by DARK BLUE, SPIKY BRACTS; July & August. Well drained soil in full sun. 90cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
12.00
Eryngium x zabelii 'Big Blue'
Sea Holly
Very strong, robust hybrid much like a very large bourgatii. basal rosettes of divided, silver-grey veined leaves. well branched steely blue stems with good sized inky blue flowers, held in a large spiny ruff;- Summer. Light, poor, free draining soil in sun. (6-9) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
7.00
Eryngium x zabelii 'Big Blue'
Sea Holly
 2Lt
£7.25
14.00
Eryngium x zabelii 'Violetta'
Sea Holly
One of the gems of the genus, with striking, violet blue cones, held in a large, metallic, silver blue ruff, on blue stems throughout summer. Slow to propagate, hence the price. Basal rosettes of deeply cut, silver veined leaves. Sharply drianed soil in sun. (6-7) 80
 1.4Lt
£5.35
12.00
Erysimum 'Bowles's Mauve' (AGM)
Perennial Wallflower
Forms a handsome bush furnished to the ground with rosettes of evergreen, bluish grey-green leaves. Stems to 30cms. closely set with vibrant, light-purple flowers from dark purple buds over a long period. Well drained soil in sun. 90x75cms. Flowers: March-October
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Erysimum 'Bowles's Mauve' (AGM)
Perennial Wallflower
 1Lt
£4.45
10.00
Erysimum linifolium 'Variegatum'
Perennial Wallflower
Slow growing woody evergreen which is reasonably hardy but made need protection in severe winters. Narrow yellow & green regularly variegated leaves are topped by spikes of rich-purple flowers in summer. Gritty, well drained soil in sun. 45x45cm.
 1Lt
£4.45
2.00
Erysimum linifolium 'Variegatum'
Perennial Wallflower
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Erysimum pulchellum 'Variegatum'
(Perennial Wallflower) Spectacular cream & green variegated evergreen foliage, topped by deep purple flowers. Well drained soil in sun. 60x60cm. (6-9)
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Erysimum 'Walberton's Fragrant Sunshine'
Perennial Wallflower
Bushy, medium sized evergreen sub-shrub with conical heads of sweetly scented, golden-yellow flowers from mid spring, into summer. Woody stems with narrow green leaves. Expect maybe 3-4 years in a light, rather poor, free draining soil in sun. (3-6) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.45
2.00
Erythronium californicum 'White Beauty' (AGM)
Dog's Tooth Violet
Wiry stems carry 6-petalled SNOW-WHITE flowers with red centres. Summer dormant. Clump former with large, waxy, mottled leaves. Humus rich, peaty soil in full or part shade. 30x45cm. Flowers: March-April.
 1Lt
£4.65
6.00
Erythronium dens canis (AGM)
Trout Lily
Reflexed pinkish flowers have bands of brown purple & yellow in the centre; April & May. Large, basal leaves heavily mottled brown. Summer dormant. Tuberous perennial for part shade in humus rich well drained soil. 20x30cm.
 1Lt
£4.35
9.00
Erythronium dens-canis 'Pink Perfection'
Dog's Tooth Violet
Lovely woodlander with pairs of spotted & marbled leaves. Delicate pastel pink flowers become reflexed with age & are freely produced in spring. Retentive well drained humus rich soil in part shade. 30x30cm.
 1Lt
£4.65
3.00
Erythronium dens-canis 'Rose Queen'
Dogs Tooth Violet
Nodding reflexed ROSE-PINK flowers with a deeper eye; Spring. Pairs of long glossy deep green leaves marbled purple-brown. Summer dormant. Fertile humus rich well drained soil in part shade. 20x20cm.
 1Lt
£4.65
4.00
Erythronium grandiflorum
Avalanche Lily
Spectacular species from the Olympic Mountains near Seattle. Pairs of plain, smooth, dark-green leaves topped by reflexed, nodding, creamy-yellow flowers with a darker stained centre;- spring. Humus rich, woodland soil in part shade. (4-5) 20cm.
 1Lt
£5.95
10.00
Erythronium 'Kinfaun's Pink'
Trout Lily
Hybrid raised in Scotland between revolutum x 'White Beauty'. Pairs of glossy leaves well mottled brown. Reflexing, soft pink flowers during mid to late spring. Multiplies well. Best in a cool, moist, woodland soil in part or full shade. (4-5) 20cm.
 1Lt
£5.65
9.00
Erythronium Kondo'
Dogs Tooth Violet
(E.tuolumnense x White Beauty') Large bright lemon-yellow flowers suffused green with red throat in spring. Primrose scented. Bulbous, woodland perennial with wavy-edged leaves marbled when young. Peaty, rich, well drained soil in part or full shade. 30cm.
 1Lt
£4.35
5.00
Erythronium multiscapoideum
Trout Lily
Small, gently spreading woodlander with basal clumps of long, glossy, bright green leaves, heavily mottled brown. Erect stems with small clusters of nodding, widely bell-shaped white flowers, stained yellow at the base, borne during mid spring. Cool, moist, well drained woodland soil in part shade. (4-5) 20x20cm.
 1Lt
£5.65
2.00
Erythronium oregonum
Fawn Lily
Variable with leaves showing some mottling. Reflexed white flowers have a yellow throat surrounded by a rusty red ring in early spring. One of the easiest to grow. Humus rich woodland soil in dappled shade. 30x30cm.
 1Lt
£5.65
8.00
Erythronium 'Pagoda' (AGM)
Trout Lily
Woodlander making clumps of leathery, wide, green leaves. Large reflexed PALE-YELLOW flowers. Dies down by midsummer. Peaty, humus-rich, well drained soil in part or full shade. 30x30cms. Flowers: April-May.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Erythronium 'Pagoda' (AGM)
Trout Lily
 1Lt
£2.35
15.00
Erythronium tuolumnense (AGM)
Trout Lily
Showy species native to central California. Large pairs of plain green leaves are wavy edged & glossy. large pure yellow flowers with darker stamens in spring. Humus rich well drained soil in part shade. 30x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
10.00
Eucomis autumnalis (AGM)
Pineapple Lily
Long lasting spikes of white flowers topped by a tuft - the whole spike resembling a pineapple. Attractive late summer flowering bulb with waxy clumps of narrow, green leaves. Mulch or lift & dry in winter. Well drained soil in sun. 45x45cm
 2Lt
£5.65
3.00
Eucomis bicolor (AGM)
Pineapple Lily
Spotted brown stems carry a spike of STARRY PALE-GREEN FLOWERS EDGED MAROON. Large, glossy, overlapping leaves forming a rosette. Bulbous & marginally hardy. Any reasonable soil in sun.
 2Lt
£5.65
2.00
Eucomis comosa
Pineapple lily
(syn. E.punctata) Stout stems topped with PALE CREAMY-GREEN flowers with LILAC anthers topped by a green pineapple like tuft; late summer. Rosettes of limp, strap-like, green leaves. Sunny, sheltered, well drained soil or winter protection.
 2Lt
£5.65
3.00
Eucomis comosa 'Johannesburg'
Pineapple Lily
Fleshy, rosette forming bulb with semi-erect, wavy-margined light green leaves. spikes of starry white flowers with a candy pink eye, during late summer. The spike is topped with a pineapple like crown. Needs a sheltered spot in sharply drained soil in sun. (7-9) 60cm.
 2Lt
£5.95
6.00
Eucomis comosa 'Lotte'
Pineapple Flower
Very short white flowered form with the stumpy spike topped by a pineapple like rosette. Broad, very fleshy leaves. Flowers late summer & autumn. Sheltered spot in light, free draining soil in sun. (8-9) 30cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
2.00
Eucomis comosa 'Sparkling Burgundy'
Pineapple Lily
Rosettes of broad, fleshy smokey-purple leaves. Spikes of purple-flushed green-white flowers topped by a pineapple-like crown in late summer. Bulbous plant for gritty, well drained very sheltered spot. (8-9) 45cm.
 2Lt
£5.95
10.00
Eucomis comosa striata
Selected for it's fantastic leaves when unfurling. The reverses are a series of burgundy spots which form long stripes. Whorled spikes of creamy-green flowers with a pink tinge during late summer & autumn. Light, free draining soil in sun. (7-9) 50cm.
 2Lt
£5.65
8.00
Eupatorium cannabinum
Joe Pye Weed
Big, bold, back of the border perennial with stout stems carrying large, toothed, nettle-like leaves. Large, flattened umbels of dusky, purple-pink, tassel like flowers in autumn. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 175cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Eupatorium capillifolium (AGM)
Boneset
syn. 'Elegant Plume'. Back of the border variety from Mexico. Each season it sends up erect stems clothed in feathery finely cut Artemisia like foliage. Purple pink flowers in november are usually aborted by the frosts. Retentive well drained soil in sun. 150x60cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
5.00
Eupatorium cyclophyllum
Joe Pye Weed
A name of little botanical standing which grows in Blooms Gardens. Erect stems with nettle like leaves emerging, browny-red, usually green at flowering. Domed heads of fluffy white flowers during late summer. Needs a retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 90cm.
 2Lt
£5.95
2.00
Eupatorium fistulosum albidum 'Bartered Bride'
Joe Pye Weed
Tall, back of the border perennial with slightly drooping, narrow whorls of dark green leaves. Flattened, large heads of slightly off white flowers in late summer into autumn. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (8-9) 180cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
8.00
Eupatorium fortunei 'Pink Elegance'
Joe Pye Weed
Japanese hybrid with the leaves having a regular creamy-white margin, just flushed pink on the new growth. Domed heads of fuzzy soft pink flowers in late summer & autumn. Retentive or damp soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Eupatorium fortunei 'Pink Frost'
Jow Pye Weed
A real butterfly plant with erect stems clothed in narrow, dark-green leaves, irregularly & widely variegated creamy-white, held on dark stems. They are topped by flattened, fluffy heads of soft pink flowers from midsummer into autumn. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 85x50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Eupatorium maculatum 'Album'
Boneset, Joe Pye weed
Large, flattened heads of fluffy creamy-white flowers, held on well branched stems during late summer & autumn. Dark flushed stems carry whorls of corrugated, thick textured coarse green leaves. Very hardy in a retentive soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Eupatorium maculatum 'Ankum August'
Joe Pye Weed
Selected by Coen Jansen, this bold, back of the border plant has flattened heads of dusky-pink flowers, held on dark flushed stems during August & September. Smokey flushed nettle like leaves. Never too dry soil in sun or part shade. (8-9) 160cm.
 2Lt
£6.55
9.00
Eupatorium maculatum Atropurp. Group 'Gateway'
Joe Pye Weed
Big, bold form with black stems & smokey flushed coarse green leaves. Domed heads of dusky pink flowers in autumn. Yellow autumn colour. Good wildlife plant. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. (7-9)200cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
6.00
Eupatorium maculatum Atropurp. Group 'Glutball'
Joe Pye Weed
Imposing back of the border perennial with domed heads of rich, dusky purple flowers, held on black burnished stems during autumn. The large, toothed leaves have a slightly smokey flush. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 220cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Eupatorium maculatum Atropurp. Group 'Glutball'
Joe Pye Weed
 2Lt
£6.35
12.00
Eupatorium maculatum Atropurp. Group 'Riesenschirm' (AGM)
Trumpet Weed
A particularly good selection with large panicles of small, rich-purple flowers held on almost black stems; early autumn. Whorls of smokey flushed foliage. Good back of the border plant. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 150x90cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
9.00
Eupatorium maculatum 'Phantom' (Atropurp. Group)
Joe Pye Weed
One of the shortest forms with loose, open heads opf soft lavender-pink flowers, held on burnished mahogany stems; late summer & autumn. Large, coarse, dark-green leaves. Loved by insects. Retentive soil in sun or light shade. (8-10) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Eupatorium maculatum 'Phantom' (Atropurp. Group)
Joe Pye Weed
 2Lt
£5.95
3.00
Euphorbia amygdaloides 'Purpurea'
Spurge
Bushy evergreen with whorls of narrow, rich wine-purple flowers, taking on blackish overtones in winter. Heads of burnished acid-yellow flowers, held on red stalks, during mid spring, into early summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (4-7) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Euphorbia amygdaloides 'Purpurea'
Spurge
 1Lt
£3.75
2.00
Euphorbia amygdaloides robbiae (AGM)
Spurge
Slowly running' perennial with handsome, tall rosettes of dark, evergreen foliage. Showy heads of LONG LASTING YELLOW-GREEN FLOWERS. Prefers reasonably drained soil in shade making excellent ground cover. 60x60cms. Flowers: April-August.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
14.00
Euphorbia characias 'Black Pearl'
Spurge
A new, selected shorter hybrid, with short spikes of green-yellow flowers, with a black eye. Whorls of glaucous, grey-green leaves on upright stems. Well drained soil in sun. (4-5) 50cm.
 3Lt
£6.35
2.00
Euphorbia characias characias 'Humpty Dumpty'
Spurge
A dwarf selection of this attractive evergreen. Cylindrical heads of apple-green bracts; spring into early summer. Whorls of grey-green leaves. SAP IS AN IRRITANT. Well drained soil in sun. 75x60cm.
 3Lt
£6.35
7.00
Euphorbia characias 'Silver Edge'
A small, bushy, evergreen shrub with erect stems having whorls of narrow, silver-grey leaves, with a wide, cream margin. Terminal, cylindrical spikes of yellow-green flowers, again edged cream, borne during early spring to early summer. Sheltered, light, free draining soil in sun. 65x45cm. (3-6)
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Euphorbia characias wulfenii (AGM)
Spurge
Wonderful feature plant with long stiff stems covered in evergreen blue-grey foliage & carrying HUGE CLUB-LIKE HEADS OF LIME-GREEN flowers in spring. Prefers well drained, sunny position sheltered from strong winds. 90x90cms. Flowers: March-May
 2Lt
£6.75
12.00
Euphorbia characias wulfenii 'Silver Shadow'
Spurge
Bred by John Fielding. Shorter form with whorls of almost entirely evergreen, silver-grey leaves with just the finest white margin. Narrow, open spikes of small whitish flowers with red nectaries from February to May. A handsome foliage plant. Light, free draining soil in sun. (2-5) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
6.00
Euphorbia cognata
Spurge
A striking plant from the Himalayas with whorled foliage on bright red stems. Lime-yellow flowers. Well drained fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60x60cm. Flowers: May-July.
 1.4Lt
£7.65
3.00
Euphorbia cognata
Spurge
 2Lt
£11.95
4.00
Euphorbia corallioides
Spurge
Very long flowering, semi evergreen species with simple, narrow leaves topped by small umbels of lime-yellow flowers from late spring, often continuing unti christmas. Can be cut back hard if required. Light, well drained soil in sun. (4-11) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Euphorbia cornigera of hort.
Spurge
Much confused with E.longifolia. An erect clump-former has bright red shoots & a pale yellow midrib on the red-tinged, whorled leaves. Dense heads of SULPHUR-YELLOW flowers in early summer. Ordinary soil in sun. 90x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Euphorbia cornigera of hort.
Spurge
 2Lt
£6.75
5.00
Euphorbia cyparissias 'Fen's Ruby'
Cypress Spurge
A lovely form found in Ann Lunn's garden. Running habit with narrow leaves that emerge bright purple-red before turning grey green with age. GREENY-YELLOW FLOWERS TURN ORANGE-RED in early summer. Low growing. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 20x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
9.00
Euphorbia cyparissias 'Tall Boy'
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Euphorbia epithymoides (AGM)
Spurge
syn. polychroma. Full, rounded, neat growing variety massed in round, flat heads of SULPHUR-YELLOW bracts; April-May. Any reasonable soil in sun/part shade. 45x45cms. SAP CAN IRRITATE SKIN
 1.4Lt
£4.35
9.00
Euphorbia griffithii 'Fireglow'
Spurge
Heads of VIVID BRICK-RED over a mass of good foliage; early summer. Striking plant with upright, wiry stems. Spreading roots thrive in good, reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 75cms.
 2Lt
£6.75
10.00
Euphorbia mellifera (AGM)
Honey Spurge
A bold feature plant needing a sheltered wall in order to thrive. Whorls of smooth, green leaves have a silver central vein. Heads of gnarled, brown flowers in midsummer are heavily honey-scented. Well drained fertile soil in sun. 140x75cm.
 3Lt
£6.75
2.00
Euphorbia myrsinites (AGM)
Spurge
Evergreen perennial with prostrate, radiating stems clothed in narrow, silvery grey leaves. Umbels of bright yellowish green heads at the tips; spring. Well drained, light soil in full sun. 10x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Euphorbia myrsinites (AGM)
Spurge
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Euphorbia palustris (AGM)
Water Spurge
Bushy perennial with lance-shaped yellowish-green leaves up erect stems. Clusters of yellow-green flowers are held in cup shaped bracts. Grows in any soil, including wet in sun or part shade. 90x90cm. Flowers: Spring. SAP CAN IRRITATE.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Euphorbia palustris (AGM)
Water Spurge
 2Lt
£5.95
2.00
Euphorbia 'Roundway Titan'
Spurge
Much like a more showy, spectacular form of mellifera, probably with some stygiana thrown in. Large shrubby hybrid with whorls of velvety-green leaves with a silver vein. large heads honey scented brownish-green flowers through summer. Very sheltered spot in poor soil. (5-8) 180x180cm.
 3Lt
£9.95
8.00
Euphorbia schillingii (AGM)
Spurge
Collected by Tony Schilling in Nepal in 1977. Tall erect stems with long leaves having a central silver vein. Posies of superb, sulphur yellow-green bracts; July to September. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cm.
 2Lt
£6.25
4.00
Euphorbia sikkimensis (AGM)
Spurge
Gently creeping by rhizomes. In spring the young shoots are attractively flushed red. Glabrous stems have soft green leaves veined white. Compact flattened lime green flowerheads in summer. Requires a moister soil in sun or part shade. 120x60cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Euphorbia stygiana santamariae
Azores Spurge
Found on the Azores, this is a larger form. if differs in having whorls of more leathery, blue flushed leaves with a slight bloom, held at the tips of strong, spreading stems. Large heads of small, rusty yellow-brown, honey scented flowers in May & June. Best with the shelter of a warm wall in sun. 2.0x2.0mtrs. (5-6)
 1.4Lt
£6.35
19.00
Euphorbia stygiana santamariae
Azores Spurge
 4Lt
£7.95
4.00
Euphorbia 'Whistleberry Garnet'
Spurge
Medium sized, semi-evergreen Euphorbia with whorls of rather large, fleshy leaves, tinged red in summer but turning rich burgundy in winter. Spikes of yellow-green flowers with a pronounced red eye in spring. Well drained, light soil in sun. 75x75cm.
 3Lt
£8.65
4.00
Euphorbia x gayeri 'Betten'
Spurge
Rather unusual, light, airy Euphorbia, almost continuously in flower from April to the frosts. Running root with willowy, erect stems with whorls of fine, fresh green leaves. Flattened heads of yellowish-green flowers. Retentive,w ell drained soil in sun or light shade. (3-10) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
9.00
Euphorbia x martini (AGM)
Spurge
Compact evergreen perennial with bronzing foliage in winter & lime-green flower bracts; March to May. Useful feature plant & for flower arranging. Any reasonable soil; best in sun. 60x45cms. SAP CAN CAUSE IRRITATION TO SKIN & EYES!
 2Lt
£7.25
5.00
Euphorbia x martini 'Ascot Rainbow'
Spurge
A variegated x martinii with whorls of blue-green leaves, broadly edged gold, a central silver vein & rich red-purple new growth. Even the flowers are variegated green & gold;- late spring. Light, free draining soil in sun. (4-7)45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Euphorbia x martinii 'Tiny Tim'
Spurge
Small, rounded, bushy evergreen with whorls of narrow, grey-green leaves. Domed heads of acid yellow-green, red eyed flowers during spring & early summer. A small form for a light, free draining soil in sun. (3-6) 45x50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Euphorbia x pasteurii
Spurge
stygiana x mellifera. Spectacular cross between these two species. Huge, shrubby species with long, velvet green leaves, turning red, but remaining evergreen in winter. panicles of scented, buff brown flowers in spring. Shelter. (4-5) 1.5x1.5m
 2Lt
£7.50
2.00
Euphorbia x pasteurii 'John Phillips'
mellifera x stygiana. A very robust form of pasteurii looking more like stygiana than mellifera. Huge strong stems with whorls of leaves topped by large heads of honey scented honey-brown flowers during spring & summer. Needs a sheltered spot in sun. (5-7) 2.5x2.5m
 5Lt
£8.95
3.00
Ewartia nubigena
A low, dense, mat forming, evergreen alpine from the Australia Alps, making tight carpets of tiny, bright silver leaves, closely adpressed to the stems. Tiny flowers are surrounded by white or pink bracts during summer. Light, free draining soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. 5x60cm.
 2Lt
£9.95
7.00
Farfugium japonicum 'Argenteum'
Large, rounded, shiny, leathery leaves, irregularly edged creamy- white, emerge straight from the ground. Loose clusters of yellow daisies in favourable autumns. Not reliably hardy but proven to withstand -8c in Luton! Superb for overwintered pots. Retentive soil in cool, dappled shade. 30cm.
 2Lt
£9.95
2.00
Farfugium 'Last Dance'
japonicum x hiberniflorum. One of the most prolific flowering Farfugiums with huge heads of bright yellow daisies from October & November. large, angular, rather rounded leaves, grey felted on the undersides. Only hardy in sheltered gardens but ideal for the cold greenhouse in shade. (10-11) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
4.00
Fascicularia bicolor
Amazing Bromeliad from Chile foirming evergreen rosettes of narrow, leathery, spiny leaves with the centre becoming intense scarlet crimson with blue flowers held in white bracts. Best planted on theior side in a sheltered spot or cold green house. 45cm.
 2Lt
£7.95
5.00
Felicia petiolata
Felicia
A hardy form with clear pink daisies that first appear in late Spring but have a second flush in late season.Sunny site in well drained soil. Amazingly hardy in a sheltered spot in the south. 75x60cm.(5-6)
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Ferula communis glauca
Giant Fennel
(syn.F.chiliantha) Giant airy plant often taking several years to flower. Large airy heads of small yellow flowers; early to midsummer on rigid stems. Basal mounds of glaucous pinnate leaves. Ordinary soil in an open sunny site. 2.5mx90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
8.00
Ficaria verna 'Brambling'
Lesser Celandine
was Ranunculus ficaria. Small, gently creeping ground cover with rosettes of glossy, leathery leaves purple shaded with silver & jade green markings on purple brown leaves. usual golden yellow flowers during mid spring. Summer dormant. Retentive, well drained soil in dappled shade. (3-4) 5cm.
 1Lt
£3.95
5.00
Ficaria verna 'Brazen Hussy'
Celandine
An unusual plant found by chance in a wood, with yellow buttercup like flowers and deep brown glossy leaves. Summer dormant. Retentive soil in sun/part shade. 7x45cms. (3-5)
 1.4Lt
£4.35
17.00
Ficaria verna chrysocephala
Lesser Celandine
was Ranunculus ficaria chrysocephala. This very large form of lesser celandine could easily be mistaken for a Caltha. In spring it produces rosettes of thick, fleshy leaves. Sprays of large golden-yellow buttercups from February to May. Summer dormant. Naturalises in retentive soil in sun or shade. (2-4) 30cm.
 1Lt
£4.35
12.00
Ficaria verna 'Collarette'
Lesser Celandine
Slow spreading form of the lesser celandine with shield shaped leaves with black mottling. Short stems with brassy, golden-yellow anemone centred flowers with gappy petals;- spring. Summer dormant. (2-4) 5cm.
 1Lt
£4.35
5.00
Filipendula kiraishiensis BSWJ1571
Meadowsweet
Very dwarf form collected by Crug Farm. Flattened umbels of white flowers held on short stems in late summer. Basal rosettes of tootthed, pinnate leaves. Leafy, moist yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Filipendula koreana
Meadowsweet
Rarely seen in cultivation is this strong, clump forming herbaceous perennial with erect stems clothed in large, glossy, deeply veined, five palmate leaves. Delicate, airy plumes of pinkish ivory flowers are borne during early summer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. (6-7) 90x60cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
9.00
Filipendula multijuga
Meadosweet
syn. palmata 'Nana'. From moist Japanese mountain meadows, this shorter form has flattened, fluffy heads of bright pink flowers on red flushed stems during mid to late summer. Basal mounds of pale-yellow green, red edged leaves. Good autumn colour. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. (7-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Filipendula palmata 'Goteborg'
Dwarf form collected by Gothenburg Botanical garden. Mounds of very finely cut, glossy green leaves, turning rusty in autumn. Glowing red stems topped by clouds of frothy, candy-pink flowers during late summer. Retentive, even moist soil in sun or shade. (7-8) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Filipendula purpurea (AGM)
Meadowsweet
Moisture lover forming rosettes of maple like, deeply cut pale green leaves, turning red in autumn. Fluffy plumes of purple pink flowers on reddish stems;- late summer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Filipendula rubra 'Venusta' (AGM)
Meadow Sweet
A vigorous plant forming clumps of fresh green, deeply cut foliage. Flat, feathery heads of DEEP PINK up to 30cm(1ft) across. Damp soil in sun or shade. 1.5m. Flowers: Midsummer
 2Lt
£6.75
5.00
Fragaria 'Lipstick'
Strawberry
Showy decorative strawberry making a good border plant or for tubs. Gives a continuous show of rich, deep, lipstick-pink flowers from May through 'till frosts. Good rich soil in sun or part shade. 30x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Francoa ramosa
Bridal Wreath
Hairy-leaved perennial from Chile forming basal rosettes of evergreen, gently lobed leaves. Wand-like erect stems have spikes of long lasting WHITE FLOWERS often spotted; summer. Needs a good fertile soil in a sunny sheltered site. 75x45cms.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Francoa sonchifolia 'Culm View Lilac'
Tall, strong growing, very vigorous, evergreen perennial with basal rosettes of round lobed, light-green leaves. Slender, unbranching stems carry narrow, well packed, slender spikes of cup-shaped lilac-pink flowers with a red central vein, borne during midsummer. Flowers midsummer. Needs a well drained soil in a sunny sheltered spot. 80x45cm. (6-8) 
 3Lt
£7.95
5.00
Fritillaria meleagris
Snake's Head Fritillary
Beautiful, easy to grow U.K native with broad, bell-shaped, purplish-pink, pendent flowers, heavily tesselated & occasional white sports; late spring & early summer. Linear, alternate leaves. Naturalises in dappled shade or sun. 30x30cm.
 1Lt
£3.50
16.00
Furcraea sp... coll Mexico
This may be a new species. Typical rosettes of fleshy, stem clasping grey-green leaves with arching tips. Arching plumes of bell-shaped creamy-white flowers during late summer on red flushed stems. Hardiness unknown. Light soil in shelter & sun. 150cm.
 3Lt
£16.75
2.00
Gaillardia 'Arizona Sun'
Blanket Flower
Remarkably free flowering daisy with showy, rich scarlet red flowers with a the petals dipped in yellow at the tip. Gold central cone. Flowers continuously all summer in a poor, dry soil in sun. (5-9) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Tokajer'
Blanket Flower
The choicest of these popular cottage garden plants. The large daisies are a warm marmalade orange, darkening towards the eye. Flowers profically all summer in a dry, gritty, well drained soil in sun. 60x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Galanthus S.Arnott (AGM)
A vigorous, clump forming variety of our common snowdrop, flowering late in the season. Each bulb is topped by solitary, nodding, pristine white flowers with a green v mark, exuding a honey scent, borne during late winter. Humus rich soil in dappled shade. 10x10cm.
 1Lt
£3.50
9.00
Galega officinalis
Meadow Rue
Vigorous, clump forming perennial with lax, pinnate, soft green leaves with pointed leaflets. Heads of pale mauve, sometimes white bicoloured flowers in racemes from late summer to early autumn. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 120cm.
 3Lt
£6.95
2.00
Galega orientalis
Goat's Rue
Short spikes of beautiful clear blue, violet tinted pea like flowers; early summer. Hairy stems & mounds of pinnate pale green foliage. Like a giant vetch. Any reasonable soil in a sunny site. 120x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
20.00
Galium odoratum
Sweet Woodruff
Spreading clumps of whorled, glossy green leaves that smell of new mown hay. Small star-like, WHITE flowers; March to May. Any reasonable soil in part or full shade. 15x90cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Galium verum
Lady's Bedstraw
A native of arable land across the Northern Hemisphere & the only yellow flowered native form. Spreading, square stems with whorls of narrow, glossy green leaves. Erect, airy plumes of soft yellow tiny flowers through summer, smelling of new mown hay.Likes a poor soil in sun or part shade, (7-8)
 1.4Lt
£3.95
6.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Butterfly Pink'
A small, compact bushy form with slender stems having red flushed, narrow, deep-green leaves, Slender spikes of small starry, narrow petalled, rich-pink flowers with long white stamens, borne from May to September. Light, free draining soil in a sunny spot. ((5-9) 40x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Butterfly Rose'
A compact, bushy form with slender stems carrying spikes of starry, bright candy-pink flowers, opening up the stems over a long period throughout summer. The linear leaves are strongly stained crimson-red. Light, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (6-9) 60x45cm. 
 1.4Lt
£4.35
14.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Corrie's Gold'
Willow-like stems clothed in pale green leaves edged yellow giving an overall pale effect. The starry, PALE PINKISH-WHITE flowers give a never ending display from June until September. For a well drained soil in a sunny site. 80x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Crimson Butterflies'
Gaura
Compact form with short spikes of deep pink-red flowers in succession all summer. Clumps of evergreen deep burgundy-red leaves. Hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (5-10) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Geyser White'
Gaura
medium sized, whippy upright perennial with red spotted basal leaves. Airy wandas with starry white flowers, emerging from buds with just the merest touch of pink, over a long period through summer. easily grown in well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-10) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Ice Cool Rosy'
Gaura
Tall, upright perennial with open, loose spikes of starry white flowers, ageing pink, emerging from bright red buds over a long period through summer & autumn. Likes a light, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (6-9) 80x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Siskiyou Pink'
Willowy stems with showy RASPBERRY-PINK flowers with a deeper eye; all summer & autumn. Good in pots & tubs - protect in winter. Needs a warm sheltered position in full sun & a well drained soil. 50x45cm. PROTECTED BY PLANT BREEDERS RIGHTS.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Gazania rigens
Large daisies which open in the sun on compact, evergreen, bushy plants. Excellent for summer bedding, containers. Well drained soil in sun.30x30
10cm
£2.25
2.00
Gentiana angustifolia
One of the easiest grow acaulis forms, making, small, tight, evergreen mats of glossy, small, lance-shaped, deep-green leaves. Short stems carry solitary, trumpet-shaped, upward facing, rich gentian-blue flowers during May & June. Retentive soil in sun. (5-6) 10x20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
12.00
Gentiana asclepiadea (AGM)
Willow Gentian
Slender, slow growing, graceful perennial with willow-like leaves on arching stems. RICH BLUE, trumpet-shaped flowers in the upperleaf axils; early autumn. Moist, rich deep soil, but chalk tolerant, in part or full shade. 90x60cm.
 1Lt
£7.25
4.00
Gentiana asclepiadea 'Alba'
Willow Gentian
Slow to mature & difficult to propagate. Arching stems with narrow, willow-like leaves. Clusters of WHITE flowers at the tips of the branches. Best in woodland soil in part shade. (7-8) 45cm. can be variable as they are seed raised.
 1Lt
£5.95
4.00
Gentiana asclepiadea 'Nana'
Dwarf Willow Gentian
A condensed form of this much loved woodland plant. Short, willow-likw tems are topped by narrow, trumpet-shaped, rich, gentian-blue flower, held in the upper leaf axils during late summer & autumn. Humus rich, retentive soil in part or full shade. (8-10) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
5.00
Gentiana asclepiadea 'Phyllis'
Willow Gentian
Can be little variable from seed. Arching stems with narrow, willow like leaves. Clusters of narrowly tubular, powdery-blue flowers, often with a white throat; summer. Slow to maturity. Cool, moist, well drained woodland soil in part shade. (6-8)60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
7.00
Gentiana 'Blue Heart'
Gentian
Small, compact, mound forming perennial with pairs of wedge-shaped, mid-green leaves. Terminal, upward facing clusters of widely trumpet-shaped, purple-blue electric flowers with a purple striped white throat, during late summer & autumn. Retentive, not too chalky soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 15x20cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.75
4.00
Gentiana dahurica
Dahurian Gentian
A choice lime tolerant variety with basal rosettes of rich green leaves ascending up the stems. Trumpet shaped rich deep blue flowers have a paler throat & flower in late summer. Fertile not too dry soil in sun. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
12.00
Gentiana lutea
Great Yellow Gentian
Quite unlike most people's concept of a gentian. Whorls of pale yellow, tubular flowers held in green bracts on unbranched stems; summer. Large tufts of aspidistra-like leaves. Deep, rich, ferile soil in sun or part shade. 120x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
14.00
Gentiana pneumonanthe
Calathian Violet
Known as the Marsh Gentian, this erect, herbaceus species has clusters of narrowly trumpet-shaped, upward facing, intense gentian-blue flowers with green striping in the throat during summer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. 40x40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.75
3.00
Gentiana robusta CC7494
A small, woodland herbaceous perennial with basal rosettes of leathery, narrowly oval, glossy & smooth, arching mid green leaves. Short stems carry clusters of funnel-shaped, upward facing, creamy-green flowers with flared lobes, speckled in the throat, during midsummer. Retentive soil. A Chris Chadwell collection. 20x309cm. (6-8) 
 1.4Lt
£5.65
10.00
Gentiana 'Sapphire Blue'
Gentian
A seed strain breeding reasonably true to type. Creeping, spreading mats with fine, linear, fresh green leaves on rooting stems. Solitary, upward facing, trumpet-shaped, electric, sky-blue flowers with a white marked throat during autumn. Cool, moist, acid soil in part shade. (9-10) 10cm.
£4.35
8.00
Gentiana straminea
Gentian
Rosettes of broad, glossy, deeply veined leaves. Clusters of trumpet-shaped cream flowers with spreading lobes. Any rtentive, well drained soil, even with lime. (7-8) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
10.00
Geranium (Cinereum group) 'Lizabeth'
Cranesbill
Small rockery or front of the border hybrid forming a tight mound of scallop shaped grey-green leaves. Good sized white flowers with fine red veining during late spring & early summer. Needs excellent drainage in full sun. (5-6) 10x20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geranium 'Alan Mayes'
Cranesbill
One of the best new hybrids available, with umbels of intensely blue flowers, brighter than Johnson's Blue' & veined deeper. Probably magnificum x. Scallop-shaped leaves are covered in fine white hairs. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Geranium 'Alan's Blue'
Cranesbill
New hybrid from Alan Bremner with a lot of pratense in it's breeding. Finely cut leaves & a profusion of silky, cup-shaped soft blue flowers with finely feathered veining over a long period through summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 35cm
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Geranium 'Ann Folkard' (AGM)
Hardy Border Geranium
STRIKING RICH-MAGENTA-PURPLE FLOWERS WITH A BLACK CENTRE & radiating veins; June-September. A large spreading plant, leaves yellowish early season. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 45cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Geranium 'Anne Thomson' (AGM)
Cranesbill
A new, much more compact plant like a smaller G.psilostemon. Large, cup-shaped, DEEP PURPLE flowers with a black eye; early summer. Deeply divided foliage takes on superb autumnal colour. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geranium 'Antchilly'
A gracile x renardii hybrid, bred by Josh Venderweijer in Belgium. An improvement on 'Chantilly'. Mats of coarse, light-green, hairy, basal leaves. Branching stems with cup-shaped, lilac-pink flowers, deeply veined purple in the throat, from May to July. well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 35x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
23.00
Geranium 'Black and Blue'
 1.4Lt
£5.65
7.00
Geranium 'Blue Sunrise'
Clump-forming perennial the leaves attractively gold-tinted in spring turning greener in summer. Heads of violet-blue flowers veined a rich-violet; summer into late autumn. Prefers a fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun. 40x60cms.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Geranium cinereum cinereum
Cranesbill
Small, mound forming Turkish species, excellent for edging, with small, scallop shaped grey-green leaves in tight mounds. Cup-shaped magenta pink flowers, often with a deeper eye during early summer. Well drained soil in sun. (5-7) 15cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
12.00
Geranium cinereum 'Jolly Jewel Hot Pink'
A small, rosette forming perennial with tight, basal rosettes of scalloped, grey-green leaves. Short, spreading stems have cup-shaped, silky, bright-pink flowers, veined deeper with a white eye & black stamens, during spring. very sharply drained soil in sun. (4-6) 10x20cm.
 1Lt
£4.65
8.00
Geranium cinereum 'Jolly Jewel Lilac'
 1Lt
£4.65
7.00
Geranium cinereum 'Jolly Jewel Night'
A small, rosette forming perennial with tight, basal rosettes of scalloped, grey-green leaves. Short, spreading stems have cup-shaped, silky, glowing magenta-pink flowers with a red eye & black stamens, during spring. very sharply drained soil in sun. (4-6) 10x20cm.
 1Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geranium cinereum 'Jolly Jewel Salmon'
A small, rosette forming perennial with tight, basal rosettes of scalloped, grey-green leaves. Short, spreading stems have cup-shaped, silky, rich salmon pink flowers & black stamens, during spring. very sharply drained soil in sun. (4-6) 10x20cm.
 1Lt
£4.95
5.00
Geranium 'Danny Boy' (AGM)
Cranesbill
Rarely seen hybrid with narrow petalled, rich purple-pink flowers with burgundy veining & blue filaments, over a long period throughout summer. Mounds of divided, basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
10.00
Geranium 'Deep Purple'
A hybrid from Josh Vandeweyer in Belgium. Forms slow spreading clumps of very finely cut, dark-green leaves, cut into very fine, almost thread like segments. Branching stems with bowl-shaped, shiny, rich purple flowers from early to midsummer. Slow to propagate. Sun or part shade. (6-7) 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
10.00
Geranium 'Dusky Rose'
Cranesbill
Small ground covering perennial with mounds of chocolate brown leaves. Short stems with simple, cup shaped softest pink flowers throughout summer. Needs excellent drainage in a sunny, sheltered spot. (5-8) 10cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
4.00
Geranium gracile
Cranesbill
A good ground covering form with pink flowers veined red; June to August. Native of N.Iran & Caucasus. Soft green, slighlty felted leaves. Any reasonable soil in part shade. 45x75cm.
 2Lt
£5.95
3.00
Geranium gymnocaulon
Cranesbill
A species from NE Turkey & the Caucasus. Rich violet-blue flowers with a darker veining and notched petal; July-August. Divided leaves. Reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. Ht: 40cms.
 2Lt
£6.35
9.00
Geranium 'Harmony'
Cranesbill
Rarely seen hybrid, very slow to multiply hence it's scarcity. Very finely cut, divided leaves. Good sized soft sky-blue flowers with slightly deeper veining;- early to midsummer. Needs good living as it can be miffy. (5-7) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
3.00
Geranium 'Hexham Spook'
 1.4Lt
£5.35
9.00
Geranium himalayense 'Baby Blue'
Cranesbill
Dwarf, condensed form of this gently spreading Geranium, with generous, bowl-shaped soft-blue flowers with deeper veining, fluhed pink at the eye;- late spring & early summer. Finely cut leaves. Well drained soil in sun or part shade.(5-7) 30cm
 2Lt
£6.35
4.00
Geranium himalayense 'Derrick Cooke'
Himalayan Cranesbill
Very distinct form with huge white flowers with a strong purple veining during late spring & early summer. Finely divided leaves with a running root. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
5.00
Geranium himalayense 'Gravetye' (AGM)
Cranesbill
Spreading deciduous ground cover. large cup-shaped violet-blue flowers with a red central zone & white eye. The much dissected leaves are smaller than the species. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Geranium ibericum
Cranesbill
Handsome deeply cut, hairy, rounded leaves with sticky stems richly tinted in Autumn. Many cup-shaped violet-blue flowers with darker veining; May & June. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 60x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geranium ibericum 'Black & Blue'
Bred by Josh Vandeweyer, this selection of ibericum has mounds of coarse, grey-green leaves, strongly hairy. Branching stems with darkest, inky, violet-blue flowers, covered in a network of dense, almost black veins, during late spring & early summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x60cm. (5-7) 
 1.4Lt
£4.95
28.00
Geranium ibericum x libani
Cranesbill
Seedling from Bill Baker with a lot more ibericum than libani in it. Basal mounds of softly haired light green leaves. Cup-shaped intense, inky violet-blue flowers, slightly with age, during early & midsummer. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (5-6) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.85
2.00
Geranium 'Ivan' (AGM)
Cranesbill
Rich cerise-pink flowers with a black eye; summer. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. A hybrid of psilostemon. 45x45cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Geranium 'Jean Armour'
Cranesbill
endressii x traversii elegans. riversleianum hybrid. Mats of scallop-shaped, divided, silver green leaves. Long stems with pale, silver-pink flowers from May to the frosts. Needs a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (5-9) 30x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Geranium 'Johnson's Blue' (AGM)
Hardy Border Geranium
Lovely variety with abundant BRIGHT BLUE cup-shaped flowers for a long period; mid-summer. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 40cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Geranium 'Kashmir Green'
Cranesbill
At last a good white flowered form selected by Piet Oudolf in Holland. A little slow initially, this has mid sized pure white flowers with green veining at the eye during late spring into summer. Finely cut, delicate leaves. Any soil in sun or pt.sh. (5-7)30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
11.00
Geranium 'Kirsty'
Cranesbill
Very slow to multiply & much sought after. Pristine white flowers with red veins during summer. Very finely cut, fresh green leaves. Retentive,w ell drained soil in sun or light shade. 95-8) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Geranium koraiense BSWJ 878
Cranesbill
Recently collected by Crug farm in Korea. PALE PINK, white eyed flowers with a darker veining, held on stiff stems. Basal clumps of mottled leaves. Well drained soil in a sunny site. 90x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geranium 'Lakwijk Star'
Cranesbill
A selected larger flowered form with good sized, cup-shaped violet purple flowers with deeper veining during midsummer. The large, softly hairy leaves turn vibrant red in winter. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Geranium 'Little Gem'
Cranesbill
(oxonianum x traversii) Sprays of small, intense magenta, funnel shaped flowers over a long period in summer. Radiating stems with bronze-green divided leaves. A recent Alan Bremner hybrid. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 20x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Ingwersen's Variety' (AGM)
Cranesbill
Soft lilac-pink, reflexed flowers freely produced; May & June. Excellent quick spreading ground cover forming a fragrant, green carpet. Red autumnal tints. 30x60cm. Flowers: May-June.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Prionia'
Cranesbill
Collected by Franz Praskac on Mount Olympos, this aromatic, loose mat forming evergreen has glossy, divided leaves on woody stems. Heads of intense, glowing magenta-pink flowers from May to July. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (5-7) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Spessart'
Cranesbill
White flowers with a pink flush; freely produced late spring. A dense evergreen ground cover with rounded, light green, sticky, aromatic leaves that take on autumnal colour. Any reasonable soil in even the deepest shade. 30x60cm.
 2Lt
£7.25
3.00
Geranium macrorrhizum 'White Ness' (AGM)
Cranesbill
Superb condensed form, with snow white flowers, not showing any flush of pink, held in a reddish calyx; early summer. Good, almost evergreen, aromatic ground cover for any conditions, even dry shade. 30x60cm.
 2Lt
£7.35
2.00
Geranium maculatum albiflorum
Cranesbill
The rarely seen white form of this popular, early flowering plant. Bold clumps of deeply cut leaves turn rich red in autumn. Cup shaped, pure white flowers in May & June. Needs a slightly more retentive soil than most in sun or part shade. (5-7) 60cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
4.00
Geranium maculatum 'Beth Chatto'
Cranesbill
Clouds of cup shaped, pale lilac flowers, fading white; May & June. Handsome fingered leaves form a spreading clump. Best in a retentive soil with some shade. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Geranium maculatum 'Espresso'
Cranesbill
Mounds of divided, smokey, chocolate-brown leaves, topped by clusters of five petalled, dusky-pink flowers with a large white eye;- late spring & early summer. Any soil, especially retentive in sun or light shade. (5-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geranium maculatum 'Putnam County'
Cranesbill
Form selected from wild populations in Putnam county in USA. Clusters of soft lavender-pink, white eyed flowers over mats of divided, soft green leaves;- late spring & early summer. Easily grown in any retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
11.00
Geranium maculatum 'Shameface'
Cranesbill
Umbels of saucer-shaped, PALE PINK flowers with a white eye: May & June. Glossy, mid green basal leaves. Retentive or moist soil in part or full shade. 75x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Geranium maculatum 'Shameface'
Cranesbill
 2Lt
£6.35
7.00
Geranium maculatum 'Silver Buttons'
Meadow Cranesbill
Small, rather slow growing form, not easy to keep but worth the considerable effort. Small rosettes of fresh green divided leaves. Small semi double purpe white flowers in late spring & early summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (4-5) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
9.00
Geranium maculatum 'Vickie Lynn'
Wood Cranesbill
Very floriferous form with generous sized soft silvery-pink flowers emerging shortly after the divided fresh-green leaves in late spring & early summer. Yellow autumn colour. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. Good upright habit. (5-6) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Geranium magniflorum
Cranesbill
Rarely seen, small rockery species from the Drakensbergs with small mats of very finely cut, glaucous flushed leaves. In late spring & early summer, short stems have large violet-blue flowers. Likely to need a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (4-6) 10cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
8.00
Geranium 'Mavis Simpson' (AGM)
Cranesbill
x riversleianum hybrid. (G.endressii x G.traversii) Prostrate trailing stems with a continuous show of CLEAR PINK flowers; June to September. Clumps of grey leaves from woody rootstocks. A lovely form originating from Kew. 45x90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Geranium 'Maxwelton'
Cranesbill
From John Ross in Scotland, this is thought to be psilostemon x 'Wargrave Pink'. Basal clumps of initially yellowish-green leaves. Good sized soft cerise-pink flowers with a small black eye & tiny black eye ;- June & August. Retentive,w ell drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Geranium 'Midnight Star'
Cranesbill
Another of those x oxonianum x psilostemon crosses. Basal clumps of large, lobed leaves, heavily blotched brownish-black. Branched stems with small, narrow intense cerise-purple flowers during May & June. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
18.00
Geranium 'Nimbus' (AGM)
Cranesbill
(g.collinum x G.Kashmir Purple') Purple-pink flowers with darker veining & a small white eye - widely spaced petals; early summer. Finely cut, feathery leaves are gold when young. Ordinary well drained soil in sun or part shade.
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Geranium nodosum 'Hexham Big Eyes'
Cranesbill
Excellent ground cover even for difficult spots. Spreading stems with unusal glossy three lobed leaves. Small silver-pink flowers with a pale centre & edges, all veined deep pink;- midsummer. Retentive well drained soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
19.00
geranium nodosum 'Hexham Face Paint'
 1.4Lt
£5.35
14.00
Geranium nodosum 'Hexham Freckles'
Shade loving geranium forming spreading mats of glossy, three pointed leaves. Unusual lilac-pink flowers with strong purple veins. The central zone is also flushed a light purple. Flowers over a long period from June to August. easy in any soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Geranium nodosum 'Hexham Whitethroat'
 1.4Lt
£4.95
9.00
Geranium nodosum 'Tony's Talisman'
 1.4Lt
£5.35
6.00
Geranium 'Nunwood Purple'
Cranesbill
Scarce in cultivation, this has mounds of divided leaves on upright stems. Sprays of rich purple flowers in late spring & early summer. Slow to multiply at the crown, hence it's scarcity. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
5.00
Geranium orientalitibeticum
Cranesbill
Broad, finely cut leaves are attractively marbled. Large cup-shaped PINKY-PURPLE flowers flared white towards the eye; summer. A low, quite invasive variety spreading via tubers. Ordinary well drained soil in sun or part shade. 30x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Geranium 'Orion' (AGM)
Cranesbill
Rather tall, slightly floppy form, but with amazingly large rich blue flowers almost double the size of himalayense. Flowers all summer. Much divided leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Geranium 'Orkney Flame'
Cranesbill
An Alan Bremner psilostemon x x oxonianum hybrid, this time, closer to psilostemon. Bold rosettes of large, very dark green, wrinkled leaves, reminiscent of crocodile skin. Very large, intense cerise-purple flowers with a black eye, during midsummer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 110cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Geranium palustre
Cranesbill
A stiffly hairy perennial with lobed, pinnate basal leaves. Almost trumpet-shaped flowers are a bright dark magenta with a white base & feathered deep purple veining. Distinctive creamy-white anthers on the flowers in midsummer. Retentive soil. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
15.00
Geranium phaeum 'Ann Logan'
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Geranium phaeum 'Basket Of Lavender'
Mourning Widow
Well branched stems carry good sized, reflexed, soft lavender flowers with a white suffused eye, during late spring & early summer. Basal clumps of pale-green, softly hairy leaves. Good ground cover even for dry shade. (4-6) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
12.00
Geranium phaeum 'Chocolate Biscuit'
 1.4Lt
£4.95
8.00
Geranium phaeum 'Lady In Mourning'
Mourning Widow
A sombre looking plant even for dry shade. Well branched stems carry reflexed, darkest marron, almost black flowers with a white centre, from April to June. Basal clumps of lightly blotched, soft green leaves. Adaptable to any soil in shade or sun. (4-6) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Geranium phaeum 'Lily Lovell'
Cranesbill
An adaptable plant for most conditions with the branching stems having large REFLEXED WARM LAVENDER-MAUVE flowers in late spring. Basal clumps of finely-cut soft green leaves. Any ordinary soil in sun or shade. 60x45cm. Flowers: Late spring.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Geranium phaeum lividum 'Joan Baker'
Mourning Widow
Tall elegant plant with large reflexed palest lavender flowers becoming deeper towards the eye; late Spring. Basal clumps of soft green leaves. Excellent clump former even in deep dry shade. 90x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geranium phaeum 'Mierhausen'
Cranesbill
German selection with unusual, lightly spotted leaves held on strangely angled stems Dainty, rounded, rosy-mauve flowers on well branched stems during early summer. Prefers shade but tolerates sun if moist enough. (5-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
10.00
Geranium phaeum 'Night Time'
Mourning Widow
Excellent ground cover even for dry shade. Nodding, reflexed darkest brownish-purple flowers with a white stained beak during late spring & early summer. Almost unmarked mid green leaves. Easy in any soil in sun or shade. (4-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Geranium phaeum 'Nightshade'
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Geranium phaeum 'Ploeger de Bilt'
Mourning Widow
Unnamed form from Ploeger, this has unusual, refexed burgundy flowers, without the usual pale centre. Flowering in late spring, it continues long after others have ceased flowering. Purple marked leaves. Any soil in sun or shade. (5-6) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Geranium phaeum 'Rise Top Lilac'
Cranesbill
Strong growing clump former for sun or shade. Basal mounds of cut leaves, lightly blotched brown. Reflexed, palest lilac flowers with a darker central ring;- summer. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geranium phaeum 'Rothbury Ruby'
Mourning Widow
From Cyril Foster, this phaeum has rather uniform, reflexing rich ruby-purple flowers, unusually with no white eye ;- April to June. Light brown blotched, hairy basal leaves. Easily grown in any soil in shade or sun, even dry shade. (4-6) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
13.00
Geranium phaeum 'Stillingfleet Ghost'
Cranesbill
Good ground cover even in dry shade, this form has haunting pale grey-blue slightly reflexed flowers on branched stems. Pale green basal leaves. Any soil in sun or shade. (5-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Geranium phaeum 'Tyne Mist'
Mourning Widow
Selected by Robin Moss, this has basal clumps of softly hairy green leaves, heavily blotched black-brown. Branched stems carry small, reflexing pink-lilac flowers with a purple picotee edging the petals, during May & June. Easy ground cover, even for dry shade. (5-6) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
18.00
Geranium phaeum 'Variegatum'
Mourning Widow
Attractive form, with the divided basal leaves irregularly splashed & mottled creamy white with a red flush on the new growth. Nodding, refelexed, deep slatey-purple flowers on bare stems; Early summer. Good ground cover for sun or shade. 60x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Geranium phaeum 'Walkure'
Mourning Widow
Bred By Christian Kress in Austria, this has clusters of flat, large lavender-blue flowers, a liitle later than other cultivars;- late spring & early summer. Softly hairy leaves. Prefers a good soil in shade but tolerates sun. (4-6) 65cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Geranium 'Philippe Vapelle'
Cranesbill
(renardii x platypetalum) Large, purplish-blue, cup-shaped flowers with darker veining & notched petals; flowers over a long period in summer. Mounds of soft, hairy, bluish-grey leaves. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
5.00
Geranium platypetalum
Hardy Border Geraniu
Open, cup-shaped purple-blue flowers with darker raised veins; June & July. Clumps of rounded, lobed leaves from underground rhizomes. Sun or part shade in any reasonable soil. 45x60cms.
 2Lt
£6.35
10.00
Geranium platypetalum 'Dark Side Of The Moon'
Cranesbill
A Robin Moss selection of this rarely seen species. Good sized, darkest inky blue flowers with deep navy veining, from May to July. Basal mounds of rather rounded, deeply veined, softly hairy leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
3.00
Geranium platypetalum 'Genyell'
Cranesbill
A fine cranesbill has flat, saucer-shaped rich violet-blue flowers with deeper veining during midsummer. Wrinkled, hairy basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geranium platypetalum 'Turco'
Cranesbill
Basal mounds of hairy, rough textured leaves. Intense dark inky purple-blue flowers with darker veining;- Early to midsummer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
13.00
Geranium pratense albiflorum 'Laura'
Meadow Cranesbill
Far superior to other double forms, this has good sized double white flowers with a green eye;- June to August. Basal mounds of very finely divided fresh green leaves. Likes a retentive soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
8.00
Geranium pratense 'Algera Double'
Meadow Cranesbill
Compact form of meadow cranesbill with double, narrow petalled white flowers with a purple-pink centre;- May & June. Finely divided basal leaves. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geranium pratense 'Cloud Nine'
Described by the Geranium society as the finest Geranium ever produced, this fully double form has beautiful, soft blue-blue flowers held over a long period from May to September. Basal clumps of divided leaves. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
3.00
Geranium pratense 'Cluden Sapphire'
Meadow Cranesbill
Clusters of single, saucer-shaped, sapphire-blue flowers; early to midsummer. Clump-forming, weed-smothering perennial with handsome, large, parasol-like lobed & deeply divided leaves. Reasonably fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
12.00
Geranium pratense 'Marshmallow'
Meadow Cranesbill
Found by Jan Bates, this erect cranesbill has soft, pale-pink cup-shaped flowers, finely veined dark pink & coral stamens, held on red stems. Flowers June to August. The foliage is brownish-rose & much divided. Good mildew resistance. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Geranium pratense 'Mrs Kendall Clark' (AGM)
Cranesbill
Clusters of large, CLEAR BLUE, open blooms above a vigorous clump of deeply divided foliage usually with good autumn colour. Excellent ground cover. Easy to grow in any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm. Flowers: Early & mid summer.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
9.00
Geranium pratense 'Purple Ghost'
Low, mound forming variety the clear white flowers having light purple veining over a long period from May through to late summer. Very striking serrated dark purple making a lovely contrast to the flowers. Any reasonable, fertile soil in sun or part shade. To: 20cm.
 2Lt
£6.45
4.00
Geranium pratense 'Robin's Grey Beard'
Meadow Cranesbill
Robin Moss seedling with rather unusual, pale, pearly grey-blue flowers with fine reddish veining, over a long period from May to July. Tight, neat mounds of very finely cut, fresh green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
12.00
Geranium 'Prelude'
Cranesbill
sylvaticum hybrid. Upright, branched stems with clusters of small lilac-blue flowers, with deeper veining in early summer, with pronounced red veining. Basal mounds of deeply cut, fresh-green leaves. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Geranium psilostemon (AGM)
Cranesbill
Masses of BRIGHT MAGENTA-PINK flowers with an indigo eye; June. Makes large clumps of handsome, deeply cut foliage. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 90cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Geranium psilostemon 'Jason Bloom'
Cranesbill
Very vigorous, recent introduction from Blooms of Bressingham. Very large, luminous magenta-pink flowers with a black eye, held on well branched stems during early to midsummer. Mounds of fresh green, deeply cut leaves.Needs a well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 120cm.
 2Lt
£6.25
3.00
Geranium 'Red Admiral'
Cranesbill
Unusual psilostemon hybrid, probably the closest yet to red that has been bred. Cup-shaped, bright cerise-red flowers with a white centre around a small black eye;- early summer. Mounds of finely cut leaves. Retentive, well drained soil. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Geranium regelii
Cranesbill
Much like a condensed version of G.pratense but much rarer in cultivation. A dwarf alpine species from central Asia. Clusters of DEEP BLUE flowers in summer. Slowly spreading perennial with deeply divided & toothed leaves. Well drained soil in sun. 30x45cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Geranium renardii 'Zetterlund'
Cranesbill
A newly named clone from Gothenberg Botanical garden. Starry, PALE BLUISH-WHITE, strongly veined purple, flowers; early summer. Domes of soft sage-green, rounded, deeply veined leaves. Ordinary well drained soil in sun. 30x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geranium 'Richard Nutt'
Cranesbill
pratense x sylvaticum. Rarely seen old hybrid, named for the famous plantsman. Mounds of divided basal leaves & good sized white flowers with a prominent lilac vein;- late spring & early summer. Slow but easy in a well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
6.00
Geranium richardsonii
Cranesbill
Flat, white flowers occasionally flushed pink with mauve-grey anthers; midsummer. Deeply lobed, glossy, bright green leaves. Needs a very moist soil which never dries out; sun or part shade. 45x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
6.00
Geranium 'Rozanne' (AGM)
Cranesbill
himalayense x wallichianum. Bloom's introduction with spreading stems holding clusters of deep blue, white flowers, deeply veined red, throughout summer & autumn. Lightly marbled leaves. Retentive, rich soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Geranium 'Rozanne' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 2Lt
£7.35
5.00
Geranium sanguineum 'Bloody Graham'
Bloody Cranesbill
A more vigorous form, discovered by Graham Stuart Thomas of more upright habit. Finely divided, dark green leaves & generous, bowl shaped mid magenta flowers all summer. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Geranium sanguineum 'Elsbeth'
Bloody Cranesbill
Excellent ground cover for the front of the border or rockery. Large, cup-shaped, BRIGHT PURPLE flowers fom hairy buds; early summer. Radiating stems are clothed in divided, dark green leaves. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 20x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Geranium sanguineum 'Feu d'Automne'
Bloody Cranesbill
syn Fire of Autumn'. Low, spreading ground cover with small but striking deepest purple-pink flowers throughout early to mid summer. Most noticeable for it's striking red leaves in autumn. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-7) 20x40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Geranium sanguineum 'Holden'
Bloody Cranesbill
Rarely seen form of our native Bloddy Cranesbill, forming lower, creeping mats of very finely but leaves. Cup-shaped pale mauve-pink flowers during late spring & early summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Geranium sanguineum 'Max Frei'
Bloody Cranesbill
Abundant cup-shaped DARK MAGENTA flowers over neat hummocks of deeply divided leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or light shade. Good ground cover 20cms. Flowers: June-August
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Geranium sanguineum 'Pink Summer'
Bloody Cranesbill
Similar to striatum, this spreading ground cover has bowl-shaped, round petalled, clear baby-pink flowers with salmon stamens & fine light violet veining, during early summer. Mats of hairy, finely dissected, dark green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 15cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
8.00
Geranium sanguineum 'Vision Violet'
Bloody Cranesbill
Prostrate, mat forming alpine or edger. Clusters of bowl shaped, PURPLE flowers over a long period during late spring & early summer. Finely divide,d fresh green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 15x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
18.00
Geranium saxatile 'Snowstar'
Vojtech Holubec collection, collected as saxatile candicans, an invalid name. Very distinct white form with good sized, gappy petalled, pure-white flowers during midsummer. Light green, round lobed leaves. Retentive, gritty soil in sun. Rare. (6-8) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
2.00
Geranium 'Simonside'
Cranesbill
Selected by Cyril Foster, this short form has mounds of very finely dissected, fresh green leaves. Narrow petalled, intense purple-blue flowers with red veins, during midsummer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
15.00
Geranium 'Sirak' (AGM)
Cranesbill
Large, upright, bushy & vigorous hybrid, with extremely large pink-purple flowers all summer. Bold, divided leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Geranium soboliferum Cally strain
Collected by Michael Wickenden in Russia, this forms mounds of finely divided leaves, turning copper-orange in autumn. Sprays of unmarked intense cerise-pink flowers during midsummer. Likes a more retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Geranium soboliferum 'Rothbury Star'
Cranesbill
Enjoying a moister soil, this forms mounds of very finely cut leaves, turning rich burgundy red at flowering. Cup-shaped rich pink flowers with a star pattern of red veining at the eye, during late summer & early autumn. Easy in any soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Geranium 'Spinners'
Cranesbill
New leaves emerge with golden-bronze flush. This has almost disappeared when the large, bright blue flowers smother the plant in summer. Showy hybrid bred in Hampshire. Ordinary soil in sun. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Geranium 'Sweet Heidy'
Cranesbill
Spreading Geranium with cup-shaped pinky-blue flowers having almost blue tips. The white throat is veined purple which bleeds into the flower. Lightly yellow mottled leaves. Late to emerge in spring. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-9) 35cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
5.00
Geranium sylvaticum 'Amanda'
Wood Cranesbill
very unsual form of the wood Cranesbill with very small, piercing rich purple flowers on heavily branched stems creating an airy, hazy effect. Flower may to July. Divide dleaves with good auitumn colour. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. 95-70 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
11.00
Geranium sylvaticum 'Jonah P'
Wood Cranesbill
Upright, clump forming perennial with mounds of large, much divided, fresh green leaves.Branched stems carry small but profuse, dark purplish-red flowers with a prominent white eye, during May & June. Robin Moss seedling from a red sylvaticum collected in Greece. (5-6) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
3.00
Geranium sylvaticum 'Maylower' (AGM)
Wood Cranesbill
A good plant for May flowering' with good, RICH VIOLET-BLUE flowers over a long period from late spring. Delicate, finely cut foliage. Any reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cms
 2Lt
£6.35
8.00
Geranium sylvaticum 'Miss Connie Wilson'
Wood Cranesbill
Bred by Robin Moss & named for his granddaughter. A lower form of the wood cranesbill with soft, cup-shaped lilac-blue flowers, lightly veined, from May to July. Basal clumps of divided leaves. Retentive,w ell drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Geranium 'Tiny Monster'
Cranesbill
sanguineum x psilostemon. An unusual hybrid, forming spreading mats of finely cut, fresh green leaves. Bowl shaped, intense cerise purple flowers during early summer. Good edger for retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Geranium wallichianum 'Sylvia's Surprise'
Himalayan Cranesbill
Found by Sylvia Morrow in the Himalayas. Much like a pink 'Rozanne' this has cup-shaped deep-pink flowers with a bold white eye;- late summer through autumn. The leaves are lightly mottled yellow. Needs a more retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-10) 40cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Geranium wlassovianum
Cranesbill
Clusters of single, DARK VIOLET flowers with purple veins, over dark velvet leaves & stems. Charming species from Siberia. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 60x60cm. Flowers: May-July.
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Geranium wlassovianum 'Blue Star'
Cranesbill
Low, spreading mat former with downy leaves stained purple at the centre. Sprays of slightly reflexed, violet-blue flowers with deeper veining during early summer. The new growth in spring is a rich burgundy. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 35cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Geranium x cantabrigiense
Beautiful new hybrid from Cambridge Botanic Garden. Superb ground cover with lovely, delicately-cut foliage and an abundance of short stemmed SOFT-ROSE FLOWERS. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 20cms. Flowers: May-June.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
10.00
Geranium x cantabrigiense 'Crystal Rose'
Cranesbill
Small, creeping more or less evergreen mat former with small, divided aromatic leaves. Small but very intense brightest magenta-pink flowers held just over the leaves, over a long period through early summer. Good edger for a well drained soil in sun or even dry shade. (5-7) 15cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Geranium x cantabrigiense 'Hanne'
Cranesbill
macrorrhizum x dalmaticum. Danish hybrid forming low mats of aromatic, glossy green leaves, tinted red in autumn. Cup-shaped pale-pink flowers gently suffusing white at the dges from late spring, often well into summer. Excellent ground cover for any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 15cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geranium x cantabrigiense 'Hilary Rendall'
Short form, bred by Alan Bremner. Creeping mats of aromatic, more or less evergreen, glossy, divided leaves. Short stems carry small, palest icy-pink flowers, from April to early July. Foliage tints orange-red in autumn. Good ground cover even for shade. (4-7) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Geranium x magnificum 'Blue Blood' (AGM)
Cranesbill
Very showy form with good sized intense rich violet-blue flowers with deeper veining;- early summer. basal rosettes of hairy scallop shaped leaves turn rich red in autumn. Well drained sunny spot. (5-6) 50cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Geranium x magnificum 'Hylander'
Cranesbill
ibericum ibericum x platypetalum. Old peter yeo hybrid with good sized rich violet-blue flowers with darker violet veins;- Late spring & early summer. Basal rosettes of hairy sage green leaves. Very slow to multiply. Well drained sunny site.(5-6) 40cm
 1.4Lt
£5.65
4.00
Geranium x magnificum 'Rosemoor'
Cranesbill
A much more compact form than the species. The large flowers are a deeper purple-blue, with even darker veining, often reblooming in late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) & (8-9). 35cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
11.00
Geranium x magnificum 'Vital'
Cranesbill
One of the richest violet forms of ibericum available. Good sized rich violet-purple flowers with even darker veining during June & July. Basal rosettes of hairy, scallop shaped leaves. Likes a well drained soil in sun. 96-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
12.00
Geranium x monacense
Hardy Border Geranium
DEEP MAUVE, reflexed, cyclamen-like flowers; April-June. The large leaves have black blotches. Sun or part shade in any reasonably drained soil. 45x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Geranium x monacense 'Anne Stevens'
Cranesbill
Excellent ground cover even for dry shade with the new spring growth irregularly blotched creamy white. phaeum like, reflexed lilac-pink flowers on branched stems;- late spring & early summer. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (5-7) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Geranium x monacense 'Jackie'
Cranesbill
A seedling of reflexum 'Katara Pass' x phaeum 'Our Pat'. Basal clumps of divided, softly hairy, basal leaves. The strongly reflexing flowers are a very deep, intense purple, almost black. Flowers late spring & early summer. Good ground cover even for dry shade. (5-6) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Ankum's White'
Cranesbill
From a family of vigorous spreaders this is oh so slow. Small mats of pale green leaves. Glistening white flowers as the plant matures but seems a labour of love to me. Rarely available. (5-7) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Beholder's Eye'
Cranesbill
Quite one of the most vibrantly coloured hybrids imaginable. Clusters of cup-shaped intense cerise-pink flowers with a glowing resonance on branched stems, over carpets of divided fresh-green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 30cm
 1.4Lt
£4.35
10.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Frilly Gilly'
Selected by Robin Moss this is unusual in that the first flush of salmon-pink flowers are semi-double with a second ring of petaloides. Subsequent flowers through summer are single. Basal clumps of divided leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
19.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Hexham Pink'
Cranesbill
(endressii x versicolor) Tidy clump former, introduced by Robin Moss with cup-shaped, glossy rose-pink flowers during early summer. Mid green leaves form dense, suppressing weed cover. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Hexham White'
Bred by Robin Moss, this is one of the best whites, albeit rather slow to multiply, like many white forms. Mats of finely divided, mid-green leaves. Small clusters of cup-shaped white flowers, lightly veined, during late spring & early summer. Needs good living in retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 30x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
2.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Iced Green Tea'
Cranesbill
Tidy, mound forming deciduous cranesbill with much divided, light apple-green leaves. Sprays of cup-shaped white flowers with a soft greyish-pink veining, during early summer. A new hybrid from Robin Moss. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
geranium x oxonianum 'Maurice Moka'
Cranesbill
Forms basal mounds of strongly chocolate blotched, divided leaves. Clusters of funnel shaped palest blush-pink flowers during early summer. if cut back will reliably repeat. easy in retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Miss Heidi'
A small, clump forming, spreading, evergreen perennial with mounds of divided, mid green leaves, strongly marked brown, especially during spring. Branching stems carry five petalled, mid-pink flowers, strongly veined dark-pink, during May & June. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 40x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Red Sceptre'
Probably a thurstonianum hybrid & an improvement on 'Coronet'. Mounds of divided, fresh green leaves, lightly marked brown. Branching stems carrying cup-shaped, narrow petalled dark-pinkish red flowers from May to July. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Robin's Ginger Nut'
Cranesbill
Selected by Robin Moss, this shorter form has lower mats of mid green leaves often lightly blotched chocolate. Sprays of small, narrow petalled rich salmon-pink flowers with just a tinge of ginger as the flower finishes;- late spring & early summer. Sun or part shade.30
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Rosenlicht'
Cranesbill
Cup-shaped DARK PINK TO MAGENTA flowers are freely produced; May to August. Excellent new cultivar with basal clumps of finely divided leaves. Ordinary well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
16.00
Geranium x oxonianum thurstonianum 'Breckland Brownie'
Cranesbill
Dwarfer, more compact form with divided leaves heavily blotched purple brown, showing this colour more than the green background. Reddish violet flowers with white edges to the petals;- early summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 30cm
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Geranium x oxonianum thurstonianum 'Southcombe Double'
Cranesbill
Clusters of rather small, coral-pink flowers with a second smaller row of petals giving a distinct double effect. Much divided leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Trevor's White'
Cranesbill
Clusters of cup-shaped white flowers, with just the faintest touch of pink, possibly the nearest to white yet. Mounds of cut, toothed leaves. Good ground cover for retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
6.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Tyne Salmon'
Cranesbill
Robin Moss seedling forming spreading mats of much divided, fresh green leaves. Branched stems with cup-shaped soft, pale salmon-pink flowers from late spring into early summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Wageningen'
Cranesbill
Cup-shaped flowers of a lovely WARM SALMON-PINK, much like an improved Wargrave Pink'; early summer. If cut back hard will give a second show. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Wageningen'
Cranesbill
 2Lt
£6.25
3.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Wargrave Pink' (AGM)
Massed with small, BRIGHT SALMON-PINK blooms over a long period from June to September. Pretty, evergreen ground coverer making dense mounds of elegantly divided foliage. Any reasonably drained soil in sun or shade. 40x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
5.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Waystrode'
Cranesbill
A large cultivar with large pale-pink flowers strongly veined magenta on rather weak stems. usual oxonianum habit. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) & (8-9). 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Whiter Shade Of Pale'
Cranesbill
Much like a larger, stronger growing form of Rebecca Moss'. Strong growing mounds of divided leaves. Sprays of good sized, cup-shaped pale softest blush-pink flowers in profusion;- May to July. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Geum 'Banana Daiquiri'
Avens
Well branched stems carry semi-double, clear lemon flowers with wide, overlapping petals ;- May & June. Basal rosettes of hairy, toothed basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 35cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Geum 'Bell Bank'
Avens
Scottish hybrid with large, fully double, almost hose-in-hose soft pink & red suffused flowers in late spring & early summert. Strong basal rosettes of pinnate, toothed dark green leaves. Well drained soil in sun oir part shade. (4-6) 45cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Geum 'Blazing Sunset'
Avens
Striking form, with very large, bright scarlet-red, almost fully double flowers on dark stems in late spring. Strong, vigorous growth.Ffor a retentive, well drained soil in sun. (5-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geum bulgaricum of hort.
Avens
The true form of this plant is probably not in cultivation but this easy to grow plant, probably a hybrid is a reliable performer in the garden. Slightly cup-shaped rich golden-orange flowers are held on branched stems over pinnate leaves. Any reasonable site.(5-8)44
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Geum camschatica
Avens
An unresolved name but a distinct plant. Spreading by rhizomes, this has small rosettes of finely cut, fresh green leaves with a fine red rim. Spreading stems with small yellow flowers in May & June. One for the collector. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Geum 'Cosmopolitan' (Cocktail Series)
Avens
Beautiful, fully double sterile cream flowers with the outer petals progressively more pink, deeper on the reverses. Reddish stems. Basal rosettes of fresh green, deeply cut leaves. Best in a retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Geum elatum CC7164
Avens
Rarely seen Himalayan species, with rosettes of thick textured, pinnate leaves which lay flat to the ground. Clusters of golden yellow flowers held on maroon flushed tubes in late spring. Needs a more retentive soil in sun or part shade. (4-7) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Geum 'Farmer John Cross'
Avens
Delicate, nodding, pale yellow flowers held in brown calyces & stems; early summer. Kidney-shaped, evergreen basal leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. 60x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Geum 'Flames Of Passion'
Avens
Semi-double, upward facing, bright cherry-red flowers, with gold stamens, held on deep black flushed stems, nodding at the tips; June-September. Rosettes of pinnate, rough textured leaves. Moist, yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Geum 'Lady Stratheden' (AGM)
Avens
Intense, RICH GOLDEN-YELLOW flowers above rosettes of hairy foliage; May to August. Popular & easy perennial with branching stems. Fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Geum 'Lemon Drops'
Avens
flowers: Drooping, cup-shaped, greenish-yellow with red calyces & orange stamens; midsummer. Chance seedling which occurred in Beth Chatto's garden. Clumps of rounded rich green leaves. Fertile soil in sun or part shade. 30x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
19.00
Geum 'Lemon Drops'
Avens
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Geum 'Lisanne'
Avens
Unusual variety with rather nodding, slightly gappy petalled, pale primrose flowers over a long period in early summer, looking like a rivale x coccineum. Rosettes of hairy, broadly pinnate leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade.(3-5) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
9.00
Geum 'Mai Tai'
Avens
Nodding heads of soft apricot-pink flowers, held on burgundy red stems during during late spring & early summer. the flowers initially emerge a dusky pink before changing slowly. Basal rosettes of hairy, pinnate leaves. Retentive,w ell drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 35cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
5.00
Geum 'Mango'
Avens
Short, bushy hybrid forming a very leafy clump. Branched stems carry rather pale watermelon-pink, semi double flowers, generally a little later here than most varieties. Spreads rather rivale like so likely to need a more retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Geum montanum (AGM)
Alpine Avens
Very small, alpine species from C&S Europe, with pinnate, dark-green leaves, forming dense mats. Cup-shaped golden-yellow flowers nestle amongst the leaves intermittently all summer. Retentive soil in sun or light shade. (5-8) 10cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Geum 'Moonlight Serenade'
Avens
Selection by Roger Proud this has very attractive, intensely silver haired buds. rather gappy petalled, soft creamy-yellow flowers with a big boss of gold stamens, tipped red ;- April to June. Basal rosettes of hairy, pinnate leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (4-6) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geum 'Mrs.J.Bradshaw' (AGM)
Avens
A long display of RICH SCARLET flowers above hairy foliage; May to August. Popular & easy perennial with spreading stems. Fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Geum 'Poco'
Avens
Good sized soft yellow flowers with tints of orange. Large boss of stamens. Purple flushed stems. Large toothed leaves. Fertile, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
9.00
Geum 'Present'
Avens
Small clusters of large, warm apricot cup-shaped flowers; early & midsummer. Evergreen clumps of large, hairy, lobed, basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geum 'Primrose Cottage'
Avens
Bred here, this is a very free flowering hybrid with slightly bell-shaped soft primrose-yellow flowers, emerging from red buds & held on red stalks, from April to June. Basal rosettes of hairy, fresh green leaves. Easy in a retentive,w ell drained soil in sun or part shade. (4-6) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Geum rivale
Avens
Our native form with nodding,dusky-pink bell-shaped flowers with long stamens on barched stems in late spring & early summer. Rosetes of pinnate fresh-green leaves. Retentive soil in sun or part shade./ 45x45cm (5-7)
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Geum rivale 'Album'
Water Avens
Beautiful bell-shaped nodding heads of SOFT-WHITE on short red stalks over soft, spreading leaves. Likes a cool, moist spot. 30cms. Flowers: April-June.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Geum rivale 'Marika'
Avens
Rivale hybrid, with softest peachy-pink, nodding flowers, held in red flushed calyces during early summer. Rosettes of pinnate leaves with good autumnal colour. Not too dry soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Geum rivale 'Marmalade'
Avens
rivale type, with nodding, pendent clusters of warm marmalade orange flowers, held in prominent red bracts during late spring. Large, gently lobed leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (4-6) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Geum 'Rusty Young'
 1.4Lt
£4.65
15.00
Geum 'Savanna Sunset'
 1.4Lt
£4.65
21.00
Geum 'Scarlet Tempest'
Raised by Elizabeth MacGregor, this strong growing, upright form has basal rosettes of pinnate, hairy, dark-green leaves. Erect held, branching stems carry very large, 5cm, rich scarlet flowers with peach overtones, from late spring to midsummer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 65x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
8.00
Geum 'Stacey's Sunrise'
Clump forming, evergreen perennial with mounds of hairy, deeply veined leaves. Branching stems carry slightly nodding, large, creamy-yellow flowers, with apricot overtones, from April to May. Good edger for retentive soil in sun or part shade. 30x40cm. (4-5)
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Geum 'Tequila Sunrise'
Avens
Well branched stems carry good sized, semi-double soft orangey-yellow flowers, subtly blended apricot & pink at the tips. They emerge from burgundy buds in May & June. Basal rosettes of hairy, toothed leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Geum 'Totally Tangerine'
Avens
Tall, sterile hybrid with an enormously long flowering period. Tall stems with good sized, unusual soft tangerine coloured flowers in April & May, often repeating throughout summer. Basal rosettes of round lobed, hairy pinnate leaves. Easy in any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (3-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Geum 'Totally Tangerine'
Avens
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Geum 'Two Tone Pearl'
(Censation Series) Unusual in being a double rivale type. Red hairy stems having nodding, narrowly bell-shaped, soft buff-yellow flowers, suffused red around the margins, held in red bracts from May to July. Basal clumps of hairy, pinnate leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-7) 40x40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
11.00
Geum x tirolense
Avens
(montanum x rivale) flowers: Clusters of nodding, YELLOW from brown calyces; early summer. A naturally occurring hybrid with characteristics of both parents. Spreading basal rosettes of rounded, pinnate, slightly hairy leaves. Retentive soil in sun. 60x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
12.00
Gillenia trifoliata (AGM)
Bowman's Root
Dainty N.American perennial forming clumps of fresh-green, divided leaves on bright red stems. Starry, WHITE FLOWERS emerge from red calyces; these persist after flower drop. Slow to establish. Retentive soil in dappled shade. 90x60cm. Flowers: Summer.
 2Lt
£6.35
15.00
Gomphostigma virgatum
Fully hardy S, African almost shrub-like, with erecr stems clothed in narrow, grey rosemary-like leaves. Small, fragrant white flowers in clusters at the tips all summer. Cut back hard in spring. Retentive, preferably sandy soil in sun. (5-9) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Goniolimon tataricum
Perennial Statice
(syn. Limonium dumosum) A very unusual plant forming low rosettes of leathery leaves topped by branching stems clothed in papery, WHITE flowers that are excellent for drying. For a well drained soil in a sunny site. 90x45cm. Flowers: July to September.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
20.00
Grindelia integrifolia
Gum Plant
As yet unidentified species collected on Camano Island in the Puget Sound north of Seattle. Tall stems with sticky, leathery, deeply toothed leaves with a milky sap. Heads of golden-yellow daisies, held in large, scaly green bracts; summer. Easy. (5-8) 60cm
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Gunnera magellanica
A completely different plant to the pondside monster' you could possibly imagine. Forms a tight dense ground covering carpet of small scallop shaped crinkle edged leaves. Usually evergreen except in hard winters. Small reddish flowers. Cool moist site. 15x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Gunnera magellanica 'Osorno'
Gunnera
From the Osorno region of Chile, this makes mats of glossy, scallop shaped leaves. Insignificant flowers followed by short spikes of apricot orange flowers in autumn. Excellent ground cover for a retentive or moist soil in a sheltered spot. 15cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
9.00
Gunnera manicata (AGM)
A giant of a plant with coarse, hairy root crowns throwing up prickly stalks with harsh, bristly leaves to 1.6m(6ft) across. Huge, besom like spikes of dull green flowers. Protect crowns by folding over leaves in winter. Requires moist soil & sun. 1.8x2.4m+
 7.5lt
£17.95
2.00
Gunnera perpensa
River Pumpkin
Small, creeping South african species with rounded, grey-sage green leaves with a fine maroon rim. Small cones of burgundy-red flowers nestle amongst the leaves during early summer. Marginally hardy in a sheltered, moist soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 45x120cm.
 2Lt
£6.85
9.00
Gypsophila 'Festival Pink' (Festival Series)
Baby's Breath
Compact & free flowering hybrid. Large, semi-double, highly scented blush-pink flowers in heavy clouds smother the plant all summer. Shorter stems with narrow grey leaves. Gritty, well drained poor soil in a sunnny spot. (5-8) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Gypsophila paniculata 'Pacific Pink'
Babies Breath
A taller, open form of Gypsophila with Clouds of small, pom pom like rich pink flowers creating a frothy haze;- summer into autumn. Wiry stems with narrow grey leaves. rather porr, free draining soil in sun, short lived in clay. (6-9) 90x90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Gypsophila repens 'Dorothy Teacher'
A low growing, mound forming perennial with slender, trailing stems clothed in small, needle-like, grey-green leaves. Clouds of small, starry, palest pink to white flowers, turning mid-pink with age, freely borne during spring & early summer. Light, free draining, poor soil in sun. 10x60cm. (4-6) 
 2Lt
£6.55
5.00
Gypsophila repens 'Rosea'
Baby's Breath
Prostrate, mat forming evergreen with airy sprays of small, baby-pink flowers, almost continuous ly all summer. Mats of narrow leaves make it a good edger or for trailing over a wall. poor, dry soil in sun. 10x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Gypsophila 'Rosenschleier' (AGM)
Baby's Breath
(Rosy Veil') Low growing, well branched form making a cloud of SMALL, DOUBLE, ROSY-PINK flowers against attractive, grey-green foliage. Lovely on the rock garden or front of border. Any reasonable soil in sun or light shade. 25x45cms. Flowers: June-August.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
11.00
Gypsophila 'White Festival' (Festival Series)
Baby's Breath
Although a hybrid of fastigiata, this forms rather lax mounds of narrow, linear, grey-green leaves. Airy sprays of small, button-like, double white flowers from late spring through summer. Likes a poor, dry soil in sun. (5-8) 45x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Hedychium aurantiacum
Ginger Lily
One of the hardier species with erect stems topped by spikes of rich golden-yellow flowers with deeper filaments in late autumn & early winter. Only hardy in sheltered, well drained mild spots in sun. (9-11) 120cm.
 2Lt
£6.50
3.00
Hedychium coronarium
Garland Flower
Upright perennial, with pointed dark-green leaves, downy beneath. Veryt fragrant butterfly like white flowers with a yellow base are borne in cylindrical spikes in mid to late summer. hardy only in a very sheltered well drained spot in sun. (8-9) 300cm
 1.4Lt
£6.75
6.00
Hedychium densiflorum 'Stephen'
Ginger Lily
Densely packed, compact cylindrical spikes of pale orange-yellow flowers, with striking orange anthers. Well scented. Pointed leaves on upright stems. Flowers during late summer in a very sheltered, well drained spot in sun. Marginally hardy. (8-9) 180cm.
 2Lt
£6.95
2.00
Hedychium ellipticum
Ginger Lily
Dense spikes of pale yellow-white flowers, with two-lobed lower lips & unusual purple filaments. Flowers late summer & autumn. Upright stems, with broad dark-green leaves. Marginally hardy in a sheltered well drained spot in sun. (8-9) 200cm.
 2Lt
£6.95
3.00
Hedychium flavescens
Yellow Ginger
A more tender but showy species from Bengal, with dense spikes of pale-yellow flowers, with green lobes. The lip has a red stain, with protruding yellow filaments. Upright stems with broad fleshy leaves. Almost certainly will need lifting in winter. (7-10) 270cm.
 2Lt
£6.95
15.00
Hedychium gardnerianum (AGM)
Kahili ginger
Spikes of well scented, CREAMY-WHITE flowers with red filaments; midsummer. Thick, oval, glaucous leaves. Although not reliably hardy this tropical looking plant can be grown outside in a sheltered, favourable position. 120x60cm.
 2Lt
£6.95
2.00
Hedychium spicatum Himalayan Lipstick'
Hardy Ginger
Distinct form of spicatum with the narrow, glossy green leaves having a distinct red flush to the reverses. Rather spidery white flowers with a pink flush with rich pink filaments;- late summer & autumn. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (8-10) 120cm.
 2Lt
£6.95
2.00
Hedysarum coronarium
French Honeysuckle
Erect, angular stems carry racemes of pea-like, very FRAGRANT, DEEP RED flowers; late summer. Upright, bushy perennial with pinnate, pea-like leaves. Well drained, preferably stony soil in full sun. 90x60cms.
 2Lt
£6.95
6.00
Helenium 'Can Can'
Heads of good sized, rusty orange-red flowers with the tips of the petals dipped in gold. They are held on well branched stems during late summer into autumn. Woody stems with linear leaves. Retentive,w ell drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-10) 80cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
9.00
Helenium 'El Dorado'
Sneezeweed
Thought of by the national collection holder as one of the best varieties, this short form has good sized, rich yellow flowers around a deep brown cone from late summer into autumn. Very long flowering. Retentive,w ell drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-10) 85cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Helenium 'Feuersiegel' (AGM)
Sneezeweed
Golden ray florets with a brown flush. Has a dark brown, central cone. Good for the prairie border, giving good colour in late summer. Prefers of free draining, sandy soil in sun. (7-9) 120cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Helenium 'Kanaria'
Sneezeweed
Canary-yellow, slightly reflexed petals, with a large central cone of deep golden-yellow. Strong, upright stems. Well drained, light soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 90cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Helenium 'Karneol' (AGM)
Sneezeweed
Large dark orange-red flowers with darker reverses. the flowers age a brick orange. Noticeably larger, almost serrated leaves. Flowers late summer into autumn. An old German hybrid for a retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 80cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
5.00
Helenium 'Loysder Wieck'
Sneezeweed
Unusual with narrow scrolled petals, rusty orange brown on the reverses, yellow on the top but almost not showing. Rusty orange cone. Flowers mid to late summer. Retentive, free draining soil in sun. (7-9) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Helenium 'Mardi Gras'
Sneezeweed
Good late summer perennial with the upward facing flowers emerging a soft buff-gold, becoming heavily mottled & splashed orange red, the colour intensifying as they mature;- June to August. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Helenium 'Moerheim Beauty' (AGM)
Sneezewort
Upright, much branched stems covered in large, BROWN-RED, daisy-like flowers with a velvety central dome; flowers over along period. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 90cms. Flowers: July-September
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Helenium 'Moerheim Beauty' (AGM)
Sneezewort
 2Lt
£6.35
10.00
Helenium 'Rubinzwerg' (AGM)
Sneezeflower
Very showy, burnt-red flowers, with slightly reflexed, frilled petals. The bold cone is golden-yellow, tipped brown. Strong, upright habit. Well drained, light soil in sun. (7-8) 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Helenium 'Ruby Thuesday'
Sneezeweed
Dwarf, compact form & an excellent doer in the open garden. Tidy, slightly reflexing, small dark-red flowers around a raised golden cone, eventually ageing brown;- late summer. Retentive, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 50cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
13.00
Helenium Sahin's Early Flowerer' (AGM)
Sneezeweed
Very large flowered form, with a rich gold on emergence quickly ageing soft apricot orange with an orange central flush & streaking. Compact & long flowering. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-10) 90cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
5.00
Helenium 'Short 'n' Sassy'
Sneezeweed
A short, very free flowering sneezeweed with well branched stems carrying rich orange flowers, lightly streaked gold, around a dark brown cone. Flowers midsummer into autumn. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 40x50cm.
 2Lt
£6.65
2.00
Helenium 'Siesta'
Sneezeweed
(Mariachi Series) Fiery, single, upward facing, scarlet-red flowers with a bluish hue. Has a dark maroon & yellow bicoloured cone. Free branching & flowering from June to September. A shorter form for mid-border. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7--10) 55cm.
 2Lt
£6.65
2.00
Helenium 'Wyndley'
Helen's Flower
Golden-yellow flowers, with a light overlay of orange, with a central cone of orange-brown. flowers midsummer to early autumn. Fertile, moist, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Helianthella quinquenervis
Imposing back of the border perennial with stout stems topped by nodding, YELLOW, single daisies; late summer & autumn. Bold, basal clumps of leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 150x90cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
4.00
Helianthus 'Gullick's Variety' (AGM)
Sunflower
Vigorous clump former with large, yellow daisies & a brownish-purple eye; late summer to mid autumn. Narrow pointed leaves. Fertile humus rich well drained soil in sun. 150x90cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
10.00
Helianthus microcephalus 'J.S.Straffe Prairie Gast'
Small Headed Sunflower
Tall, back fo the border daisy like plant with stout stems having narrow, fine green leaves. open heads of small citron yellow sunflowers during late summer & autumn. retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 150cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Helianthus 'Miss Mellish' (AGM)
Sunflower
Impossibly running but beautiful sunflower with good sized intense golden-yellow flowers with twisted petals around a dark cone;- late summer into autumn. Shallow rooting so can be removed easily. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. Ht to 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
11.00
Helianthus pauciflorus
Prairie Sunflower
syn. Helianthus rigidus. Shorter form from Minnesota with erect, unbranched stems topped by good sized, single golden-yellow daisies, over a long period during mid to late summer. The leaves are rough sandpaper textured & rather sparse. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
9.00
Helianthus salicifolius 'Table Mountain'
Sunflower
One of the dwarfest sunflowers with large, semi-double, golden-yellow flowers with a small dark eye during late summer & autumn. Very floriferous with flowers in dense heads. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-9) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Helianthus x kellermanii
Sunflower
Huge, imposing back of the border perennial, with strong, often woody stems topped by rather small, single, golden yellow daisies throughout late summer into autumn. Whorlos of long, narrow arching leaves. Fertile, humus rich, retentive soil. (9-10) 300
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Helianthus x multiflorus 'Meteor'
Sunflower
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Helichrysum 'Schweffellicht'
(Sulphur Light') Low, spreading, semi-evergreen with narrow, intensely woolly, aromatic white leaves. Button-like sulphur-yellow flowers in late summer. For a hot dry garden in well drained sunny site. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Heliopsis helianthoides 'Loraine Sunshine'
Variegated Sunflower
One of the first yellow daisies to flower with single golden yellow flowers;- mid to late summer. Striking leaves completely covered in a network of silver white veining. Needs good living to thrive. Good for cutting. Fertile, rich, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Heliopsis helianthoides scabra 'Goldgrunherz'
Ox-eye
Golden Green Heart'. Large, fully double, lemon-yellow flowers, with a large central green zone, becoming more yellow with age. Good border perennial for retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Heliopsis helianthoides scabra 'Patula'
Orange Sunflower
Bold, back of the border perennial, with large, single, orange gold daisies on tall stems during late summer & early autumn. Coarse leaves. Retentive, wqell drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Heliopsis helianthoides scabra 'Sommersonne'
Ox-eye
Single, bright golden-yellow daisies sometimes flushed orange on long, straight stems; July to September. Ideal cut flowers. Any reasonable soil in a sunny position. 90cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
10.00
Heliopsis helianthoides scabra 'Summer Nights'
Ox eye
Tall perennial with rich golden yellow flowers with a burgundy eye on dark purple stems;- late summer & autumn. The leaves have a smokey bronze flush. Rich, retentive yet well drained soil in sun. (6-9) 120cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Helleborus 'Angel Glow'
Hellebore
Spectacular in both leaf and flower. Basal clumps of silver-grey flushed leaves with a fine silver veining. The cup-shaped pale-pink flowers open shortly after christmas, turning deep pink with age. Very long flowering. Best in a retentive soil in part shade. (1-4) 40cm.
 2Lt
£11.95
3.00
Helleborus argutifolius (AGM)
Corsican Hellebore
(syn. H.corsicus) Bushy stout-stemmed plants with striking evergreen leaves. Clusters of beautiful pale-green pendant cup-like flowers. Humus-rich retentive soil in sun or part shade. 60cms. Flowers: Jan-May
 1.4Lt
£5.35
11.00
Helleborus argutifolius 'Silver Lace'
Corsican Hellebore
Striking evergreen perennial, with stiff, leathery, sharply toothed intensely silver-white leaves, with a veined lacy pattern. Clusters of cup-shaped creamy-white flowers in spring. Best in a rich soil in sunor light shade. (2-4) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£7.25
12.00
Helleborus 'Christmas Star'
(H. niger type) Mound forming, very hardy perennial producing an abundance of outward facing, saucer shaped, white flowers with a green centre & boss of yellow stamens over a long period from late autumn. Leathery, rich green, semi to evergreen foliage. Prefers rich, retentive soil in dappled shade. 30cms
 1.4Lt
£6.95
2.00
Helleborus foetidus (AGM)
Stinking Hellebore
Handsome, clump-forming, architectural evergreen with deeply divided, dark green leaves. Stems topped with open clusters of beautiful apple-green bells edged maroon. Humus-rich soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cms. Flowers: Jan-April. POISONOUS.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
10.00
Helleborus 'HGC Cinnamon Snow'
Hellebore
x ballardiae hybrid. (Hellebore Gold Collection) Attractive hybrid with dark green, lightly veined leaves with red stalks. Upward facing pink buds open to creamy yellow flowers before fading white & finishing with a cinnamon blush. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (2-5) 30cm.
 2Lt
£11.95
2.00
Helleborus niger (AGM)
Christmas Rose
Beautiful, nodding, cup-shaped white, tinged pink blooms. Dark green leathery leaves. Best in humus-rich retentive soil in dappled shade. 25cms. Flowers: Jan-March.
10cm
£3.95
13.00
Helleborus niger 'HGC Jacob Royal'
Christmas Rose
From micropropagation so breeding exactly true to type. Basal clumps of much divided, leathery, glossy, dark green leaves on red stems. Large, bowl-shaped pure-white flowers with yellow stamens are held well clear of the leaves from November to April. Prefers a drier soil in a more sunny spot. (11-4) 30cm.
 2Lt
£11.95
6.00
Helleborus 'Silver Dollar'
Hellebore
One of the most outstanding forms, probably close to sternii with three lobed, intensely silver, jagged leaves. Short stems with clusters of apple-green flowers gently suffused dusky purple-pink on the exterior;- late winter & spring. Sheltered spot. 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£7.25
18.00
Helleborus x ballardiae 'Merlin'
Hellebore
Clusters of outward facing light pink flowers, during February to May, eventually ageing a rich cranberry. Most noticeable are the very dark, intensely shiny, lightly mottled leaves. Best in a retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (2-5) 40cm.
 2Lt
£11.95
3.00
Helleborus x ericsmithii 'Winter Moonbeam'
Hellebore
Profuse soft creamy white flowers age a dark dusky pink with age, held on red stems;- Late winter & spring. The much divided olive green leaves are strongly marbled pewter-grey. Rich, well drained soil in sun or light shade. Vigorous. (1-4) 30cm.
 2Lt
£11.95
6.00
Helleborus x ericsmithii 'Winter Sunshine'
Hellebore
Low mounds of evergreen, steely green leaves with a silvery sheen. Upward facing creamy-white flowers with a green stain age dusky pink on fading, held on burgundy stems. Long flowering from February to May. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (2-5) 40cm.
 2Lt
£11.95
7.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Ashwood 'Peach Cocktail'
Single white edged and gently suffused peachy pink and a dark magenta centre. Flowers over a long period from January on. Glossy, fresh green, evergreen foliage. Fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 40cms.
 2Lt
£11.95
6.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Circe'
An old variety deriving from the gardens of Helen & long presumed extinct. However thanks to Timothy Clark at Netherhall Manor, he has kept stock & after a process of slow division we now have enough to sell. Not showy like many of todays hybrids it is an important timepiece. (1-3) 40cm.
 2Lt
£19.95
4.00
Helleborus x hybridus Helen Ballard's best white
Lenten Rose
An old variety from the garden of Helen Ballard, maintained in cultivation by Timothy Clark who has kindly shared some stock with us. After a slow process of division we now have enough to sell. Rather small white flowers from green tinged buds during spring. Retentive soil in part shade. (1-3) 35cm.
 2Lt
£17.95
5.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'John Hopkins'
Lenten Rose
From micropropagation, so totally true to type! Stunning, good sized, rich plum-red, cup-shaped flowers with contrasting creamy-white stamens, held over a long period through late winter & spring. Leathery, divided leaves. Humus rich, woodland soil in part shade, (2-5) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£11.40
3.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Lily'
Lenten Rose
Grown from micropropagation so breeding true to type! Stunning hybrid with fully double, pointed petalled white flowers with a burgundy picotee, central vein & fine feathery veining. The reverses are heavily flushed burgundy. Flowers late winter through spring. Humus rich soil in part shade. (2-5) 35cm
 2Lt
£11.95
2.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Loren'
Beautiful variety the semi double, pale pink flowers with a violet flush & boss of yellow stamens. Heads of slightly upturned flowers from January over a long period. Leathery, rich green, evergreen foliage. Fertile retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 40cms.
 2Lt
£11.95
6.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Metallic Blue Lady'
Lenten Rose
Seed raised plants with impeccable slatey, metalic blue parentage. Like all Hellbores they are very promiscuous so colour may vary. Either buy in flower or ask. Whatever, they will give excellent value. Rich soil in sun or shade. (1-3) 45cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
20.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Painted Bunting'
Blush white, single blooms the veins and edges outlined in burgundy and blotched at the centre. Heads of slightly upturned flowers from January on - one of the earliest to flower. Leathery, evergreen, rich green foliage. Fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 40cms.
 2Lt
£11.95
6.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Phoebe'
Lenten Rose
Winter Dreams series. Bred in Japan, this tissue cultivar plant breeds exactly true to type. Fully double, outward facing, not nodding, lilac-pink flowers with fine red spotting at the base of each petal, borne during late winter into spring. Humus rich, retentive soil in part shade. (2-5) 35cm.
 2Lt
£11.95
5.00
Helleborus x hybridus SP 'Rachel'
Lovely, burgundy red single with darker 'freckles' and rich mahogany centre and a large boss of yellow stamens. Heads of slightly upturned heads from January over a long period. Leathery, rich green, evergreen foliage. Fertile retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 40cms.
 2Lt
£11.95
4.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'White Tutu'
Clump former with dancing heads of white, single flowers, spotted burgundy, floating over lush green, shiny, evergreen foliage. Fertile retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 40cms.
 2Lt
£11.95
4.00
Helleborus x nigercors 'Winter Passion'
Abundant heads of single white flowers fading to a lovely soft yellow from January until March. Leathery, glossy, evergreen foliage. Fertile retentive yet drained soil in part shade. 40cms.
 2Lt
£11.95
6.00
Helleborus x sternii
A hybrid with grey-green toothed leaves with a purple reverse. Beautiful clusters of pendant, saucer-shaped flowers are a blend of green & pink. Any reasonably drained soil; best in full sun. 45x45cm. Flowers: December-March
 1.4Lt
£5.35
10.00
Heloniopsis umbellata B&SWJ3732a
Wild collected by the Wynn Jones's in Taiwan, this distinct form has rosettes of broad, strap like, leathery smooth green leaves. Nodding heads of spidery, lilac white flowers with exerted stamens during mid spring. DISLIKES ANY ARTIFICIAL FEED. Likes a moist, yet well drained soil in part shade. 25cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
9.00
Hemerocallis 'Arctic Snow'
Day Lily
Large, ivory-white flowers, with just a hint of peach overlay. The lemon & lime throat bleeds slowly into the flower. Unusual black stamens provided a contrast. Upright, strap-like leaves. Retentive soil in sun. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Hemerocallis 'Astolat'
Day Lily
Seedling of Catherine Woodbery with flared, good sized near white flowers, just taking on the merest tinge of pink as the flowers mature. Sulphur green small eye. Mid to Late season variety flowering June & July. Distinct, two ranked leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
12.00
Hemerocallis 'Black Stockings'
Day Lily
Very showy new form with darkest burgundy, almost black flowers with a small gold throat;- June & July. Arching clumps of strap like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 60cm
 1.4Lt
£5.35
3.00
Hemerocallis 'Cara Mia'
Day Lily
A dwarf variety for the front of the border. Flared trumpet-shaped OLD ROSE-MADDER flowers have an antique feel'. Deciduous arching grassy green leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm. Flowers: Midsummer.
 3Lt
£5.95
3.00
Hemerocallis 'Carrick Wildon'
Day Lily
Rather blowsy, big red late flowering spider daylily with gappy petalled richest orange-red petals, more orange at the tips, reflexing with age to show the wide gold throat. July & August. strong strap like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 80cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
9.00
Hemerocallis 'Country Club'
Day Lily
Large, soft pastel-pink trumpets with cream streaks in the heavily ruffled petals & a large peach throat; July to September. Normal grassy leaves. Fertile retentive soil in sun. 90x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Hemerocallis 'Cypriana'
Day Lily
A selected form of fulva. A very important form for breeding as the seedlings offer fantastic forms. Very large, narrow petalled rich rusty orange flowers with red central staining;- June & July. A very strong clump former. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. ((6-8) 100cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
7.00
Hemerocallis 'Exploded Pumpkin'
Day Lily
An unusual American re-blooming variety with small, double soft pumpkin orange, peach flushed flowers. Each petal has a central magenta-red splash & broad picotee. Has a very high bud count on each stem. Best in a retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 65cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
9.00
Hemerocallis 'Eye On America'
Day Lily
Good sized creamy yellow flower with rounded petals. Large plum-black eye zone & broad ruffled braiding. Flowers June & July. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-7) 65cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Hemerocallis 'Finders Keepers'
Day Lily
Rather large, blowsy cream flowers with a wide rich gold braid around the edge of each petal. Soft lime edge. Fans of arching, strap like leaves. retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 65cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Hemerocallis 'Frosted Vintage Ruffles'
Day Lily
Good sized palest blush pink flowers, stained cream at the eye, with wide central veins down each petal. Slight piecrust edge;- June to August. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
10.00
Hemerocallis 'Frozen Jade'
Day Lily
Tetraploid. Heads of narrowly trumpet shaped, then strongly reflexing soft lemon flowers with a white central midvein. Large, lime green throat. Flowers early to midsummer. Narrow leaves. Has a pleasing scent. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 70cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
5.00
Hemerocallis 'Golden Chimes' (AGM)
Day Lily
Heads of small, lily-like, DEEP YELLOW flowers over a long period; June to August. Makes a clump of arching, grassy leaves. Any reasonable, not too dry soil in sun or part shade. Ht:60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Hemerocallis 'Green Mystique'
Day Lily
Very unusual triploid form with slightly recurving soft creamy-white flowers with a broad, ruffled green-cream edge & eye. Flowers June to August. Arching strap like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Hemerocallis 'Greenland'
Day Lily
Said to re-blooming, this medium sized flower is soft cream gently suffusing more yellow towards the throat. The tips of the petals recurve with age. Clumps of deciduous, strap-like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 85cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Hemerocallis 'Just My Size'
Daylily
Semi-dwarf variety. Very unusual, fully double, soft salmon-pink flowers with a small red eye hidden amongst the ruffled central petals. Fine gold braiding. Early to midseason variety, June & July. Best in a retentive soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Hemerocallis 'Lady Betty Fretz'
Day Lily
Rather blowsy, frilly cream flowers with a pleated purple picotee & eye. Small lime throat. Flowers June to August. Arching strap like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 60cm
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Hemerocallis 'Lemon Bells' (AGM)
Day Lily
Well covered in smallish, narrow, cool-lemon flowers flushed bronze on the outside; June-July. Forms clumps of lance-shaped, upright leaves. Retentive yet drained soil in sun. Taller variety to 120cms.
 2Lt
£5.65
3.00
Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus (AGM)
Day Lily
Dainty early flowering species with narrow, wonderfully scented, bright yellow flowers; April-May. Clumps of grass-like leaves. Retentive yet drained soil in sun. Native from E.Siberia to Japan. Ht: to 90cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
11.00
Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus (AGM)
Day Lily
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Hemerocallis 'Living In Amsterdam'
Spider Daylily
Very strong growing spider day lily with very long, narrow, slightly twisted golden yellow flowers. Flowers June & July. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-7) 65cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Hemerocallis 'Loth Lorien'
Day Lily
Diploid. Unusual form with narrow mauve petals with the edges folding back. They almost reflex as the age showing the gold eye with a darker mauve halo around it. Flowers midsummer. Fine, grassy leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 70cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Hemerocallis 'Lotus Position'
Day Lily
Very distinct species with the flowers almost entirely cream, the tips are initially pinched & dipped in soft burgundy. As they expand it shows the braided yellow edge. Flowers June & July. Has a good bud count. Retentive, well drained soil in sun . (6-7) 85cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Hemerocallis 'Luxury Lace'
Day Lily
Star-shaped, PINK, TINTED LAVENDER flowers with a LIME-GREEN THROAT & rounded, ruffled petals. Free flowering through midsummer. Evergreen, narrow leaves. Fertile retentive soil in sun. 75x75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
3.00
Hemerocallis 'Madeleine Nettle Eyes'
Day Lily
Rather unusual, small & delicate hybrid with umbels of small, slightly reflexed darkest mustard-brown flowers with a deep brown eye;- June and July. Very fine, almost grassy glossy green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
8.00
Hemerocallis 'Mary Todd'
Day Lily
Showy hybrid with large, flared mid-yellow flowers with flaring tips during early summer. Clumps of narrow, upright deep-green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
4.00
Hemerocallis 'Mauna Loa'
Day Lily
Incredibly intense tangerine flushed copper-gold flowers with red highlights. Small deep-gold throat. Get the sunglasses out! Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 45cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
5.00
Hemerocallis minor
Day Lily
The first day lily to flower with good sized, narrowly trumpet shaped yellow flowers, stained purple on the exterior;- May & June. Fine, upright grassy deciduous leaves. Not often seen in cultivation. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (5-6) 70cm.
 2Lt
£6.25
3.00
Hemerocallis 'Pink Damask' (AGM)
Day Lily
Large, flared trumpets of soft pink; July & August. Glossy strap-like foliage. Sun or part shade in any not too dry soil. 60x45cm.
 3Lt
£6.35
2.00
Hemerocallis 'Schnickel Fritz'
Day Lily
One of the first white doubles. Almost hose in hose creamy white flowers with just the merest apricot tint;- June to August. Arching strap like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Hemerocallis 'Seal Of Approval'
Day Lily
Attractive form with white flowers, heavily frilled & braided pink. Small lime eye. Arching strap like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
Hemerocallis 'Stella de Oro'
Day Lily
Lovely dwarf variety. Sprays of lily-like. CANARY-YELLOW flowers with an orange throat over a long period; June to October. Clumps of shiny grassy' foliage. Any reasonable, not too dry soil, in sun or part shade. 55cms.
 2Lt
£5.65
5.00
Hemerocallis 'Stella de Oro'
Day Lily
1.5lt
£5.95
2.00
Hemerocallis 'Think Pink'
Daylily
Very good sized semi-double, rather blowsy rich pink & peach suffused flowers around a small greenish-yellow throat ;- June & July. Broad, strap like leaves. Flowers can be up to 6' across when mature. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 65cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Hemerocallis 'Veins of Truth'
Day Lily
Bicoloured soft rose & cream flowers with a white stripe down the centre of each petal. Lightly braided. Small lime throat. large flowers up t0 15cm across. Flowers June & July. Retentive soil in sun or light shade. (6-7) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Hemerocallis 'Whichford' (AGM)
Day Lily
Stunning, wide-flared, PALEST CREAMY-YELLOW trumpets in constant succession; July & August. Broad strap-like foliage. Retentive well drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm.
 2Lt
£5.75
10.00
Hemerocallis 'White Temptation'
Day Lily
Pure white flowers with wide, flat petals giving a good rounded shape; June-July. Diploid. Clump forming perennial with sheaves of grassy leaves. Retentive yet drained, fertile soil in sun. 80cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Heracleum dulce
Large, spectacular cow-parley relatives with huge, trifoliate fleshy hairy leaves. Umbels of white flowers on stout stems during midsummer. Loved by brown bears! SAP MAY IRRITATE SKIN. sLOW TO MATURITY. Retentive well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 200cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Hesperantha coccinea 'Jennifer' (AGM)
Kaffir Lily
A spreading bulbous plant giving good late autumn colour. Grassy tufts of long narrow leaves & spikes of large, shallow, cup-shaped, CLEAR PINK flowers. Fertile, retentive soil in sun. 75x45cm. Flowers: October-December.
 2Lt
£6.35
8.00
Hesperantha coccinea 'Professor Barnard'
Kaffir Lily
Spikes of shallow, cup-shaped, DEEP DUSKY-PINK flowers are produced late in the season; September to November. Vigorous clump-former with tufts of grass-like, mid-green foliage. For a fertile, moist soil in sun. 60x45cms.
 2Lt
£6.75
12.00
Hesperis matronalis
Sweet Rocket
A joy for the scented garden. Cup-shaped, lilac, purple or even white, stock-like flowers on tall, lanky stems; all summer. May need staking. Biennial which seeds freely. Retentive well drained soil in sun. 120x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
7.00
Hesperis matronalis albiflora 'Alba Plena'
Double Sweet Rocket
The rarely seen double white form of this old cottage favourite. Button-like fully double white pompoms on branched stems over mats of toothed dark green leaves. Difficult to propagate. Well drained soil in sun. (5-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
4.00
Heuchera 'Black Pearl'
Spectacular foliage plant with dense, evergreen mounds of intensely glossy & polished, darkest purple-brown, almost black leaves. Slender stems with pink calyces carry small, bell-shaped white flowers during midsummer. Colours best with some sun at least. 45x45cm. (7-8)
 2Lt
£6.85
5.00
Heuchera 'Boysenberry'
Alum Root
Constantly changing in colour, this mounds of ruffled leaves which emerge coppery-red , turning rusty orange & finally amber. The whole plant in winter if more suffused red. Insignificant spikes of cream flowers. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 50cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Heuchera 'Caramel'
Alum Root
Probably the best of the golden Heucheras as it's main parent is villosa which tolerates drier conditions. Mats of scallop shaped, soft caramel leaves with a more burnished gold colouration in spring. Pinky-white flowers in autumn. Any soil. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
7.00
Heuchera 'Caramel'
Alum Root
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Heuchera 'Carnival Coffee Bean'
Alum Root
This villosa hybrid has very large leaves in colours ranging from amber, tan, orange to soft brown. They have a silver overlay & flushed red on the new growth. Airy sprays of small cream bell-shaped flowers. Best in light shade in a retentive soil. (6-8) 50x40cm.
 3Lt
£6.35
3.00
Heuchera 'Carnival Coffee Bean'
Mound forming, evergreen, villosa hybrid with round lobed, warm copper leaves with pink & tan highlights at various times of the year. The reverses are magenta-red. Spikes of small, bell-shaped, soft creams flowers are borne during early summer. Best grown in a retentive soil in light shade to stop leaf scorch. 45x45cm.(6-8)
 1.4Lt
£5.35
8.00
Heuchera 'Carnival Limeade'
Bushy, clump forming, evergreen perennial with mounds of maple-shaped, bright yellow-green leaves, holding their colour well all year, taking on a silver venation in winter. Airy sprays of tiny cream flowers during summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
12.00
Heuchera 'Carnival Limeade'
 2Lt
£6.35
10.00
Heuchera 'Carnival Silver Streak'
Evergreen, mound former with maple=-shaped, round lobed, purple-brown leaves with a strong silver overlay between the veins. The reverses are magenta-red. Insignificant spikes of tiny cream flowers during early summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 40x45cm. (6-8)
 1.4Lt
£5.35
7.00
Heuchera 'Carnival Silver Streak'
 2Lt
£6.35
5.00
Heuchera 'Cassis'
Alum Root
A variety bred as much for it's showy flowers as well as leaves. Large, deep purple-black, matt leaves are overlaid with a purple-pink suffusion at various times of the year. Large, well packed spikes of pink, bell-shaped flowers during summer. Sun or shade. (6-8) 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.85
2.00
Heuchera 'Cassis'
Alum Root
 2Lt
£6.95
3.00
Heuchera 'Cherry Cola'
Alum Root
(Soda Series) Mounds of golden hued soft orange-red leaves with round lobes. Spikes of very showy cherry-red flowers during early summer. Best in a retentive,w ell drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
3.00
Heuchera 'Coralberry'
Alum Root
Large leaved hybrids with round lobed, rich raspberry pink leaves, suffused peach. The whole thing has a silver overlay. The reverses are a dark purple-pink. Dark stems carry tiny, bell-shaped soft pink flowers during late spring. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-6) 40cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
5.00
Heuchera 'Fire Chief'
Alum Root
Mounds of intense glowing wine red leaves turn a darker shade in winter showing burgundy veining. Short spikes of white flowers from red bracts & stems;- early summer. A smaller growing form for a well drained soil in sun or part shade. 30cm.
1.5lt
£6.85
5.00
Heuchera 'Forever Purple'
Alum Root
Incredibly purple leaved for with ruffled, rich plum-purple leaves heavily overlaid silver. Leaves turn a light red shade through the winter. short spikes of small, bell-shaped purple-pink flowers, held on purple stems from May to September. (5-9) 45cm.
 2Lt
£6.85
3.00
Heuchera 'Glitter'
Alum Root
Superb in both leaf & flower, this makes mounds of almost entirely silver leaves with burgundy-black veining. The reverses of the leaves are violet. Airy spikes of small, bell-shaped fuchsia-pink flowers throughout summer. Flowers June to September. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 30cm.
1.5lt
£6.85
2.00
Heuchera 'Green Spice'
Alum Root
Superb foliage plant with large, maple-shaped fresh green leaves with rounded lobes. The centre has a large purple splash surrounded by silver staining. The backs of the leaves are rich purple-red. Spikes of buff flowers. Any reasonable soil in sun/pt.sh. 45cm.
 2Lt
£6.85
10.00
Heuchera 'Lime Marmalade'
Alum Root
Selected from 'Marmalade', this attractive foliage form has medium sized, heavily ruffled & crinkled bright lime-yellow leaves, more green when grown in shade. Short spikes of bell-shaped white flowers. One of the better yellow forms for winter. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 25cm.
 2Lt
£5.95
18.00
Heuchera 'Marmalade'
Alum Root
One of the better golds being a villosa hybrid. Divided, maple like marmalade orange flowers with reddish new growth & on the undersides of the leave which gently ruffle. Rediish flowers & stems. Does well even in sun. (5-7) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.85
5.00
Heuchera 'Obsidian'
Alum Root
Choice, evergreen ground cover, forming flat, rosettes of scallop-shaped, richest chocolate-brown, almost black flushed leaves. Short, airy sprays of small, bell-shaped soft buff flowers in summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 45cm
 1.4Lt
£5.35
4.00
Heuchera 'Obsidian'
Alum Root
 2Lt
£6.75
5.00
Heuchera 'Shangai'
Alum Root
Neat, compact form with rich purple leaves covered in a heavy silver overlay. The colour stays consistent all year. sprays of pink tinged white bells on purple stems through summer. Good in pots. retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 25cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
5.00
Heuchera 'Silver Heart'
Alum Root
Rather large, soft coppery golden-orange leaves with a silver overlay, flushed rusty red on the reverse. The winter colour is a much darker rusty red. Airy sprays of small creamy white flowers during summer. Easy in any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
5.00
Heuchera 'Silver Heart'
Alum Root
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Heuchera 'Southern Comfort'
Alum Root
One of the largest leaves Heucheras available, bred from villosa so should be tough. Leaves to 9' across are soft dusky gold, turning amber & reddish brown especially on the new growth in winter. Bold creamy white flowers. Sun/pt.sh. (6-7) 80cm.
1.5lt
£6.85
3.00
Heuchera 'Southern Comfort'
Alum Root
 2Lt
£6.85
3.00
Heuchera 'Sugar Plum'
Alum Root, Coral Be
villosa hybrid giving the larger leaves & increased hardiness. Soft plum-purple leaves with a heavy silver overlay, most pronounced in Autumn & winter. Airy spikes of small silver-pink bells;- often repeating. Good in any soil in sun or shade. (5-7) 60cm.
 2Lt
£6.85
3.00
Heuchera 'Tayberry'
1.5lt
£6.85
4.00
Heuchera 'Venus'
Alum Root
Choice foliage form with large, deeply divided, almost entirely silver leaves with just the veins picked out in brownish-green. Small, bell shaped flowers;- early summer. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 40cm.
 2Lt
£5.95
5.00
Heuchera 'Vienna' (City Series)
Mounds of round lobed, evergreen, soft rose-apricot leaves have deep peach veins, all covered in a strong silver overlay. Winter colour is rose-red. Short stems carry sprays of dainty rose-pink bells during summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 30x40cm. (6-8)
 1.4Lt
£5.35
8.00
Heuchera 'Vienna' (City Series)
 2Lt
£6.35
8.00
Heuchera villosa 'Autumn Bride'
Alum Root
Excellent, cool plant for shade, forming mounds of large, hairy, pale-green leaves, larger than most hybrids. Delicate spikes of small, bell-shaped, greenish-white flowers on tall stems;- midsummer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 75cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Heuchera villosa 'Autumn Bride'
Alum Root
 2Lt
£6.35
5.00
Heuchera villosa 'Palace Purple'
Alum Root
Excellent evergreen herbaceous perennial making a dense mound of large, heart-shaped leaves dark bronze-red on the surface & light magenta-pink on the reverse. Sprays of small white flowers on wiry stems in summer. Reasonably drained, sunny position. 60x45cms
 2Lt
£5.95
5.00
Heuchera 'Walnut'
Alum Root
(Fox Series) Very large mound former with big chocolate-brown leaves with a velvet sheen through summer. They turn a burnt orange-brown when exposed to summer sun. Huge plumes of tiny pink-white flowers on dark stems throughout summer. retentive soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 75x75cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Hibiscus palustris
Swamp Hollyhock
Tall, moisture loving species from the wetlands of Ohio to Indiana. Stout stems with softly downy, maple-shaped leaves. Very large, 15cm, silky, cup-shaped flowers in shades of pink, from July to September. Moist or wet soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 150cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Hosta 'Aristocrat' (tardiana group)
Plantain Lily
Strong growing sport of 'Hadspen Blue' with medium sized, pointed glaucous blue leaves, broadly emerging golden-yellow edged, becoming creamy-white by summer. Spikes of trumpet shaped lavender flowers. Multiplies well. Retentive soil but best in part shade but adaptable. 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Hosta 'Big Daddy' (sieboldiana x)
(Sieboldiana x )
Bold plant making clumps of large, blue-grey, round & puckered leaves. Slender stems with lily-like pale lavender flowers held above the foliage; early summer. Moisture retentive soil in light shade. 90cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Hosta 'Blue Mouse Ears'
Plantain Lily
Very small, attractive Hosta with almost rounded, slightly puckered, glaucous blue-grey leaves looking like the ears of a mouse. Short spikes of pale lilac flowers. Excellent pot or edger. Retentive soil in sun or shade. HOSTA OF THE YEAR 2008. 5cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
2.00
Hosta 'Bressingham Blue'
Plantain Lily
Medium sized Hosta with shapely, pointed, chalky steel blue leaves. Spikes of narrow, trumpet shaped, highly scented white flowers in late summer. Protect from slugs. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (8-9) 90cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Hosta 'Carnival'
Plantain Lily
Medium to large leaved Hosta with deeply veined, glaucous grey-green leaves with a wide, irregular gold margin. Bold spikes of trumpet-shaped lavender flowers during mid to late summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. Good in pots.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
5.00
Hosta 'Firn Line'
Plantain Lily
Small to medium leaves Hosta with narrowly heart-shaped, pointed, blue-green, glaucous leaves with a very wide, regular startling white margin. Short spikes of flared, trumpet shaped lavender flowers during late summer. Retentive soil & best in part shade to prevent scorching. 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
2.00
Hosta 'Fragrant Bouquet'
Hosta
Strong growing, medium to large leaves Hosta with heart-shaped, mid-green leaves with a wide, irregular, creamy-yellow margin. Superb spikes of strongly fragrant, tubular, lavender- flowers during early autumn. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 60x60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Hosta 'Francee' (fortunei) (AGM)
(Fortunei)
Large clumps of forest-green leaves with bright white margins. Elegant stems of pendulous lavender flowers. Fine specimen plant for moist shade. 75cms. Flowers: Midsummer.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
9.00
Hosta 'Ghost Spirit'
Plantain Lily
A sport from 'Valentine Lace'. Medium sized, pointed, heart-shaped, dark-green leaves with a broad central splash of creamy-white, surrounded by an irregular fresh-green halo. Lilac flowers on dark-purple stems. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (7-8) 40cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
12.00
Hosta 'Gold Medallion'
A medium leaves hosta with rosettes of broadly oval, almost rounded & puckered, deeply veined, soft golden-yellow leaves with a glaucous overlay. Its thick texture protects against slug damage. Spikes of trumpet-shaped, near white flowers during late summer. Retentive soil, best in shade. 
 2Lt
£6.75
5.00
Hosta 'Great Expectations' (sieboldiana)
(sieboldiana)
Huge, deep golden yellow leaves with an irregular, wide blue margin. Spikes of lily-like, white flowers; summer. For a cool, retentive soil in dappled shade. Ht: 60cms.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
12.00
Hosta 'Guacamole'
Plantain Lily
Medium-leafed hosta, with soft chartreuse-green leaves with very wide green margins. Large fragrant white flowers in midsummer. A sport of Fragrant Bouquet'. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-7) 70cm
 1.4Lt
£4.95
10.00
Hosta 'Island Charm' (AGM)
Plantain Lily
Compact, medium leaved Hosta with rosettes of pointed, heart-shaped leaves which in spring are intially almost yellow with a wide, irregular dark green margin. By summer the centre is almost pure white. Short spikes of trumpet-shaped lavender flowers during late summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 40cm.
 2Lt
£6.35
5.00
Hosta 'Ivory Coast'
A sport of 'Sagae' but smaller with medium., leathery, soft grey-green, heart-shaped, pointed leaves with a wide, irregular, cream margin, initially emerging more yellow. Forms a bold, long stalked rosette of deeply veined leaves. Spikes of lavender flowers during late summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 
 3Lt
£6.75
5.00
Hosta 'Little White Lines'
Thumbnail Hosta
A real miniature, thumbnail Hosta with rosettes of tiny, soft green leaves with an irregular cream edge. Short stems carry spikes of large, trumpet-shaped lavender flowers during late summer & autumn. Ideal in a trough or sink. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Hosta 'Lunar Eclipse'
A medium leaved Hosta with heart-shaped, blue-green leaves with an irregular yellow margin, becoming clearer as the season progresses. Long spikes of white, trumpet-shaped flowers are held during late summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 
 1.4Lt
£4.95
12.00
Hosta 'Miss Saigon'
A medium leaves Hosta with narrowly heart-shaped, deep-green leaves, with a wide, irregular, almost pure white margin. Slender stems carry fragrant spikes of fragrant, pale lavender flowers during late summer & autumn. retentive soil, best in light shade. 
 2Lt
£6.75
8.00
Hosta 'Orange Marmalade'
Plantain Lily
Large leaves, Rounded pointed leaves almost entirely gold, becoming cream in full sun. Broad, irregular jagged blue-green edge. Spikes of soft lavender flowers;- late summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 60cm. Sport of 'Paul's Glory'.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Hosta 'Paradise Joyce'
Plantain Lily
Medium leaved form, with oval, creamy-yellow leaves with a broad, jagged dark-green margin. Heavy spikes of lilac-purple flowers. A sport of Halcyon'. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Hosta 'Patriot'
Plantain Lily
Vigorous clump former with oval, heart-shaped slightly cup-shaped & puckered olive green leaves with a wide white margin & irregular grey-green splashes. Funnel-shaped lavender-blue flowers on glaucous stems. Fertile retentive soil. 60x60cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Hosta 'Pilgrim'
Plantain Lily
Small to medium, thick textured, leaved Hosta, with blue-green leaves, having a broad, golden yellow margin, fading to cream. Spikes of tubular, lavender flowers. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 60cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
3.00
Hosta plantaginea
lantain Lily
(Plantain Lily) A Japanese species with large glossy heart shaped leaves. Lily scented fragrant white trumpets. Sheltered position in part shade. 60x60cm. Flowers: August-September.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
3.00
Hosta 'Purple Heart'
Plantain Lily
Medium leaved Hosta with pointed, rather glossy jade green leaves, held on striking burgundy red' almost black stalks which bleed into the leaf. One sided spikes of flared lavender flowers in autumn. Best in a retentive, rich soil in sun or shade.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
11.00
Hosta 'Purple Heart'
Plantain Lily
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Hosta 'Rainbow's End'
Plantain Lily
A sport from 'Obsession' selected especially for it's incredibly polished, thick textured bright golden-lime leaves with a wide, jagged, irregular green margin. Short stems carry spikes of reddish-purple flowers. Good in pots. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (7-8)
 1.4Lt
£5.35
2.00
Hosta sieboldiana elegans (AGM)
Forms magnificent clumps of large, glaucous blue-green leaves, up to 30cms. wide, with deep veining & crinkled edges. Racemes of OFF-WHITE, trumpet shaped flowers; midsummer. Grows best in moist soil in part or full shade. 60x60cms.
 1.4Lt
£5.95
2.00
Hosta 'So Sweet'
Plantain Lily
HOSTA OF THE YEAR 1996. Small leaved hosta with the lance-shaped medium-green leaves having a creamy-white margin & held on long stalks. Spikes of widely spaced flared white flowers with a lilac flush & a heavenly scent. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Hosta 'Sum & Substance' (AGM)
Plantain Lily
One of the choicest hybrids. Huge, heart-shaped, strong golden chartreuse-yellow leaves - become more green if not grown with some sun. Thick textured & tough making them more slug resistant. Lavender flowers. Bred in 1980. Retentive soil. 75x75cm.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Hosta tokudama
Heart-shaped to rounded, puckered, vividly glaucous, deep blue-green leaves to 30cms long. Widely bell-shaped, grey-white flowers; early to late summer. Clump forming perennial for a fertile, retentive soil in full or part shade. 35x90cms.
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Hosta 'Twilight' (fortunei)
Plantain Lily
Large, heart-shaped leaves, initially emerge with yellow margins, ageing cream. Spikes of flared, trumpet-shaped, lavender flowers in late summer. Humus rich, retentive soil in sun or shade. (7-8) 50cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
7.00
Hosta 'Verna Jean'
A small, neat. clump forming deciduous hosta with narrowly elliptic, soft lime-green leaves with a regular creamy-ivory margin, holding their colour well all year. Short stems carry flared spikes of lavender flowers during mid to late summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 
 2Lt
£6.25
4.00
Hosta 'Veronica Lake'
A small, quickly spreading, mat forming Hosta with almost rounded, blue flushed, mid-green leaves with a regular gold margin, more creamy-white by summer. Erect stems with spikes of flared, trumpet-shaped drooping lavender flowers during late summer. 
 2Lt
£6.35
4.00
Houttuynia cordata 'Flame'
Vigorous, spreading ground cover for moist, even wet soils. Heart shaped, orange scented leaves, some entirely gold, some flashed with green, others variegated or edged red. It's always different from season to season. Nice white flowers through summer. colours best with some sun. Can be useful in pots.(6-8) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
6.00
Hylomecon japonica
Wood Poppy
Delicate, gently creeping, woodland poppy with dainty, clear yellow flowers over a carpet of fresh green, divided leaves; April & May. Leafy, humus-rich soil in part or full shade. 30x30cm.
 1Lt
£5.30
2.00
Hylomecon japonica
Wood Poppy
 1.4Lt
£5.30
12.00
Hymenoxys hoopesii
Sneezeweed
syn,Helenium. Large 10cm (4in) GOLDEN-YELLOW daisies on tall stems. Large, broad, grey-green leaves forming a big rosette. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cms. Flowers: June-August.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
12.00
Hyssopus officinalis aristatus
Hyssop
A highly ornamental herb with narrow spikes of tubular, GENTIAN-BLUE flowers over mounds of small, narrow, aromatic leaves. Flowers late summer & early autumn. Well drained soil in full sun. 45x45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.35
15.00
Impatiens insignis
There are several plants masquerading under this name, but this is probably the true thing. Erect, gently running stems with zebra striped stems & small, leathery leaves. Top hinged soft pink flowers during late summer & autumn but always a little shy. Seems hardy in a sheltered, woodland garden in shade. (7-9) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
13.00
Impatiens omeiana 'Pink Nerves'
Selected form of this woodlander with red stems & reverses to the leaves. As they age they take on bright pink veining. The teeth on the margins are also blood red. Usual, hinged yellow flowers during mid to late autumn. Cool, moist woodland soil in part or full shade. (8-10) 30cm.
 1.4Lt
£6.35
3.00
Impatiens puberula HWJK 2063
Busy Lizzy
Unusual Chinese species with fleshy stems having pale green leaves. Large purple flowers with a white spur during late summer into autumn. Best in a very sheltered spot in rich soil in part shade. Spreads. (7-9) 20cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
Impatiens rothii
Roth's Busy Lizzy
Introduced from the highlands of Ethiopia, this tuberous species looks much like a compact form of tinctoria. Large, fresh green almost glossy leaves topped by good sized soft pink flowers in autumn. Needs a very sheltered spot in cool moist shade. 90cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.65
11.00
Impatiens sp. DJHC 98415
Collected by Dan Jacobs in Emei Shan, Sichuan. China. Hardy species with rosettes of smooth green leaves, becoming more veined with age. Delicate pink flowers in late autumn give late colour. Cool, moist, woodland soil in part shade. (8-10) 20cm
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Impatiens stenantha
Busy Lizzy
One of the hardier species forming low mats of fleshy, hairy green leaves with a red flush on the new growth, held on burgundy red stems. Unusual, top hinged, golden-yellow flowers, flushed red on the exterior & speckled in the throat, from midsummer to autumn. (6-9) 10x30cm.
 1.4Lt
£5.35
8.00
Impatiens uniflora
Busy Lizzy
Rare, reasonably hardy species from the grasslands of Taiwan with fleshy leaves & stems. Hooded purpleish-pink flowers with yellow spots in late summer. Retentive, well drained woodsy soil in part shade. (7-9) 45cm.
 1.4Lt
£4.65
8.00
Incarvillea delavayi
Exotic-looking, tuberous perennial with strong stems topped with up to 10 handsome, ROSE-PINK, trumpet-shaped flowers; early & midsummer. Basal rosettes of lobed, glossy leaves. Fertile, moist yet well drained, sunny site; mulch crowns in winter. 45cms.
 2Lt
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