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Acaena microphylla (AGM)
Bidi-Bidi
 1.4Lt
Compact creeping evergreen with pinnate deep green leaves with a slight bronze tinge. Small spherical flowerheads are followed by bright red burrs. Fertile well drained soil in sun or part shade. 15x60cm.
£4.45
13.00
Acaena microphylla 'Kupferteppich'
New Zealand Burr
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
2.00
Acaena saccaticupula 'Blue Haze'
New Zealand Burr
 1.4Lt
(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.
£4.35
2.00
Acanthus dioscoridis perringii
Bear's Breeches.
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.25
4.00
Acanthus mollis
Bears Breeches
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
4.00
Acanthus mollis
Bears Breeches
11cm
£5.65
12.00
Acanthus mollis latifolius 'Rue Ledan'
Bear's Breeches
 2Lt
A form selected by Jean Pierre Jolivot in France. Bold spikes of white flowers are held in silver-white bracts although it soes not seem so free flowering. Shiny lobed dark-green leaves. Deep, fertile, well drained soil in sun or light shade. 120cm. (7-8)
£5.95
11.00
Acanthus sennii
African Acanthus
 2Lt
Amazing shrubby evergreen species with woody stems & glossy, intensely spiny holly like leaves. Spikes of rich red flowers during spring & often late summer & autumn. From east Africa & proving surprisingly tough, hardy with us in a cold greenhouse so far. (3-4 & 8-10) 2.0mtrs.
£5.95
4.00
Acanthus spinosus (AGM)
Bears Breeches
 2Lt
Stately perennial of architectural merit. Stiff spikes of hooded soft mauve flowers with white lips; good seed heads. Rich, glossy, deeply cut leaves to 90cms. giving good ground cover. Prefers good, well drained soil in sun or light shade. 90x90cms (7-9)
£5.65
9.00
Acanthus spinosus Ferguson's form
Bears Breeches
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
6.00
Acanthus spinosus spinosissimus group
Bears Breeches
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
6.00
Achillea 'Apfelblute'
Yarrow, Milfoil
 1.4Lt
(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.
£4.35
2.00
Achillea 'Apricot Delight'
Yarrow, Milfoil
 1Lt
(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.
£3.99
1.00
Achillea filipendulina 'Cloth Of Gold' (AGM)
Yarrow, Milfoil
 2Lt
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.
£5.95
7.00
Achillea filipendulina 'Cloth Of Gold' (AGM)
Yarrow, Milfoil
 1Lt
£3.99
8.00
Achillea filipendulina 'Parker's Variety' (AGM)
Yarrow or Milfoil
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
7.00
Achillea 'Lucky Break' (AGM)
Yarrow, Milfoil
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
4.00
Achillea millefolium 'Cerise Queen'
Yarrow, Milfoil
 2Lt
Large flattened heads of bright magenta-pink flowers with a small white eye; early summer to early autumn. Flowers fade with age. Mid-green pinnate leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in full sun. 60x60cm.
£6.35
3.00
Achillea millefolium 'Lilac Beauty'
Yarrow or Milfoil
 1.4Lt
Gently running ground cover, forming mats of finely cut, fern like, fresh green leaves. Flattened heads of small, daisy like, soft lilac-pink flowers in midsummer. Heads fade to buff with age. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 75cm.
£4.35
1.00
Achillea millefolium 'Red Beauty'
Yarrow, Milfoil
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.40
12.00
Achillea millefolium 'Wonderful Wampee'
Yarrow, Milfoil
 1.4Lt
(Tutti Frutti Series) Dwarf series with the flattened heads of deep rose-pink flowers ageing apple blossom pink with age;- June to August. Basal mounds of finely cut, fresh green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 40cm.
£3.99
1.00
Achillea 'Moonshine' (AGM)
Yarrow, Milfoil
 1.4Lt
LIGHT YELLOW flowerheads held in large flattened heads; all summer. Good for drying. Clump former with aromatic, silvery-grey, divided foliage. Retentive, yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x60cm.
£4.70
7.00
Achillea 'Petra'
Yarrow, Milfoil
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Achillea ptarmica The Pearl' (clonal selection)
Yarrow or Milfoil
 1.4Lt
This form grown at Wisley for many years is the true original clone as introduced & not the seed raised strain which has evolved today. Fully double button-like flowers & pinnate fresh green leaves on strong stems. (5-7) 60cm.
£4.70
4.00
Achillea 'Safran'
Yarrow, Milfoil
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Achillea sibirica camtschatica 'Love Parade'
Yarrow
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
13.00
Achillea 'Taygetea' (AGM)
Yarrow, Milfoil
 1.4Lt
Stiffly erect, non running form, with heads of pale creamy-yellow flowers from mid to late summer. Much divided, silver-grey leaves. Lees vigour than some. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 60cm.
£4.35
2.00
Aconitum 'Blue Lagoon'
Monkshood
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.45
3.00
Aconitum carmichaelii (Arendsii Group) 'Arendsii'
Monkshood
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
2.00
Aconitum carmichaelii (Arendsii Group) 'Arendsii'
Monkshood
 2Lt
£6.75
1.00
Aconitum chasmanthum
 1.4Lt
Found in mountainous parts of the northern hemisphere, this upright perennial has finely divided, dark-green leaves, up the stems. Terminal spikes of high hooded, dusky purple-blue & white suffused flowers, with a black eye, borne from mid to late summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 120x75cm. (8-9)
£5.45
11.00
Aconitum Cloudy'
Monkshood
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
5.00
Aconitum ferox
Monk's Hood
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
1.00
Aconitum fischeri
Monkshood
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
2.00
Aconitum fischeri
Monkshood
 2Lt
£6.45
8.00
Aconitum 'Ivorine'
Monkshood
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Aconitum 'Ivorine'
Monkshood
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Aconitum japonicum
Monkshood
 1.4Lt
Heads of hooded, LUMINOUS LAVENDER-BLUE flowers on stiff stems (though colour can be variable); over a long period late summer. Well clad in pale, divided leaves. Adapatable but prefers cool, moist, fertile soil in dappled shade. POISONOUS IF EATEN. 90x30cms.
£5.45
11.00
Aconitum japonicum napiforme BSWJ943
Monkshood
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
4.00
Aconitum nagarum KR 7589
Monkshood
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
1.00
Aconitum napellus 'Album'
White monkshood
 1.4Lt
Spikes of large, hooded, white flowers freely produced; early summer. Stiff, upright stems clothed with glossy, dark green, finely cut leaves. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 90x45cms.
£4.65
3.00
Aconitum napellus 'Rubellum'
Monkshood
 1.4Lt
A colour break for a usually blue family. Spikes of hooded deep-pink, red flushed flowers in late summer. Mounds of deeply cut, fresh-green leaves. All parts poisonous. Retentive, humus rich soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 90cm.
£5.35
6.00
Aconitum piepunense
Monkshood
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
2.00
Aconitum sachalinense yezoense
Sakhalin Monkshood
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
3.00
Aconitum seoulense
Korean Monkshood
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.65
3.00
Aconitum sp. from Kath Dryden
Monks Hood
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.45
9.00
Aconitum Spark's Variety' (AGM)
Monkshood
 1.4Lt
(syn.A.henryi) Erect stems carry closely packed spikes of INTENSE VIOLET-BLUE hooded flowers. Forms clumps of spreading, glossy, dark green, finely cut leaves. Good retentive soil in sun or part shade. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. 120x60cm. Flowers: June-August.
£5.35
3.00
Aconitum 'Stainless Steel'
Monkshood
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
10.00
Aconitum variegatum
Monkshood
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
2.00
Actaea arizonica
Arizona Bugbane
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
4.00
Actaea japonica from Cheju Do
Bugbane
 1.4Lt
Very distinct form, collected by Darrell Probst. The leaves are not very deeply cut & emerge purple white silver veining, more green at flowering. Erect, candelabra like spikes of white flowers on black stems during autumn. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (8-10) 120cm.
£5.35
8.00
Actaea podocarpa
American Bugbane
 1.4Lt
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)
£5.35
3.00
Actaea simplex Atropurpurea Group
Cimicifuga
 1.4Lt
(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.
£5.35
4.00
Actaea simplex Atropurpurea Grp 'Brunette'
Bugbane
 2Lt
(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.
£6.95
5.00
Actaea simplex 'Black Negligee' (Atropurpurea Group)
Bugbane
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
1.00
Actaea simplex 'Black Negligee' (Atropurpurea Group)
Bugbane
 3Lt
£6.95
1.00
Actaea simplex 'Carbonella' (Atrop. Grp)
Bugbane
 1.4Lt
Much like a shorter form of 'Brunette' Erectly held, wand like spikes of musky white flowers, ageing with a pink flush, from August into autumn. Mounds of much, divided, rich purple-brown leaves. Retentive, even moist soil in at least part shade. (8-10) 120cm.
£5.35
2.00
Actaea simplex 'James Compton' (Atropurpurea Group)
Bugbane
 2Lt
(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.
£6.95
1.00
Actaea simplex 'Pink Spike'
Bugbane
 2Lt
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
£6.45
4.00
Adenophora liliifolia
 1.4Lt
(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
£4.65
1.00
Adenophora potaninii
Ladybells
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Adenophora stricta confusa
Ladybells
 1.4Lt
(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.
£4.65
1.00
Adenophora stricta sessilifolia
Ladybells
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Adenophora takedae
Ladybells
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
5.00
Adenophora tashiroi
Ladybells
 1.4Lt
Spikes of pendent, bell shaped small lilac-blue flowers on unbranched stems; midsummer. Elliptic, coarsely toothed leaves. Rich, moist well drained soil in sun or part shade. 30x30cm.
£4.65
4.00
Adenophora uehatae
Gland Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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)
£4.65
3.00
Agapanthus 'African Skies'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
10.00
Agapanthus 'Black Buddhist'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
One of the darkest forms with good sized heads of individually quite small rich violet-blue flowers with purple flushed pedicels & stems;- late summer & autumn. Broad, starp like leaves. needs a warm, sheltered spot in sun. (7-9) 90cm.
£7.25
4.00
Agapanthus 'Black Pantha'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Intermediate umbels of flared, trumpet shaped, inky blue, almost black flowers, held on black flushed stems;- July to September. Narrow, deciduous leaves make it one of the hardier ones. Retentive, free draining soil in sun. 60cm.
£6.95
20.00
Agapanthus 'Blue Globe'
Blue African Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
2.00
Agapanthus 'Blue Ice'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Evergreen praecox hybrid with broad, strap like, leathery leaves. Semi-rounded umbels packed with hundreds of trumpet shaped pale icy blue flowers in late summer & autumn. Best in a very warm, sheltered spot in sun. (7-9) 100cm.
£6.95
6.00
Agapanthus 'Blue Magic'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
6.00
Agapanthus 'Bressingham Blue'
Blue African Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
6.00
Agapanthus 'Buckingham Palace'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
A slow growing selection by Lewis Palmer with large, rounded umbels of deepest blue flowers; late summer to early autumn. Strap like leaves. Very slow to propagate & hence, rare. Retentive well drained soil in sun. 140x60cm.
£6.75
1.00
Agapanthus 'Charlotte'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
8.00
Agapanthus 'Chika's Blue'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Our own selected seedling often into flower in June & much earlier than other cultivars. Intermediate umbels of striking rich blue flowers with navy central veining held on dark flushed stems. Semi evergreen leaves. More or less hardy in sun. (6-8) 60cm.
£6.75
7.00
Agapanthus 'Crystal Drop'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
2.00
Agapanthus 'Donau'
 2Lt
(syn.A.Danube') Rounded heads of a GOOD BLUE, tubular flowers which slightly droop; held on tall stems in late summer & early autumn. Strap-like deciduous leaves. Sheltered, well drained yet retentive soil in full sun. 90x60cm.
£6.75
4.00
Agapanthus 'Enigma'
African Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
14.00
Agapanthus 'Enigma Variations'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
7.00
Agapanthus 'Greenfield'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
10.00
Agapanthus inapertus 'Midnight Cascade'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Slightly tender evergreen variety for the cold greenhouse in winter. Nodding heads of narrowly tubular darkest purple-blue flowers from black buds; late summer into autumn. Long strap like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 90cm
£6.75
6.00
Agapanthus 'Indigo Dreams'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
2.00
Agapanthus 'Intermedius'
African Blue lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
3.00
Agapanthus 'Johanna'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Medium sized, deciduous clump forming perennial with narrow, strap-like leaves. Intermediate umbels of narrowly trumpet-shaped soft-blue flowers with a central navy vein, during late summer into autumn. One of the hardier hybrids for a well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 80cm.
£6.45
2.00
Agapanthus 'Lapis'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Small deciduous hybrid, bred in New Zealand. Loose, rather sparse heads of striking rich blue flowers, most noticeable for their profusion. Flowers July to September. One of the hardier forms for a retentive, well draned soil in sun. (7-9) 60cm.
£6.45
8.00
Agapanthus 'Lavender Haze'
Lily of the Nile
 3Lt
Hardy, more or less evergreen, New Zealand hybrid with large, rounded umbels of trumpet-shaped, lilac flowers, held on dark stems in late summer to the frosts. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. 60x60cm.
£9.50
2.00
Agapanthus 'Loch Hope' (AGM)
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
1.00
Agapanthus 'Lyn Valley'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
A very large, strong deciduous hardy hybrid from Dick Fulcher. Densely packed, rounded heads of clear-blue flowers with deeper veining, during midsummer. Strap like deciduous leaves. Retentive, rich, well drained soil in sun. (8-9) 120cm.
£6.75
6.00
Agapanthus 'Midnight Dream'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Tall, upright hybrid, possibly with some inapertus in it's breeding as the heads slightly droop & the flowers long & narrow. pendulous, rich violet-blue flowers on long stalks ;- late summer & autumn. Long, rather narrow, strap like leaves. Very showy for retentive, well drained soil in sun. (8-10) 80cm.
£6.45
2.00
Agapanthus 'Misty Dawn'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
12.00
Agapanthus 'Navy Blue'
 3Lt
£9.50
5.00
Agapanthus 'New Blue'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Old hybrid with large, rather open umbels of mid-blue flowers with a darker central vein, held at curious angles, during midsummer. Narrow, strap like, deciduous leaves. Seems to have gone missing so a welcome re-introduction. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 60cm.
£6.45
4.00
Agapanthus 'Phantom'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
3.00
Agapanthus 'Purple Cloud'
African Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
6.00
Agapanthus 'Queen Mum'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Huge Australian hybrid with a rounded head packed full of small, widely falred white flowers, stained blue on the tube;- late summer into autumn. Semi-evergreen, very broad, strap like leaves. Needs a very warm, sheltered spot or cold green house in winter. (7-9) 120cm.
£6.75
13.00
Agapanthus 'Sandringham'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Superb hybrid with umbels of intense dark-blue flowers on black flushed stems. Narrow, leathery leaves. Good in pots. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 60cm.
£6.45
5.00
Agapanthus 'Sea Coral'
African Lily
 2Lt
Semi-dwarf, semi-evergreen hybrid with intermediate umbels of trumpet-shaped, white flowers flushed coral-pink on the exterior, especially when fading. Clumps of arching, strap-like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in full sun. (6-8) 50cm.
£6.45
6.00
Agapanthus 'Sea Spray'
Lily of the Nile.
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
12.00
Agapanthus 'Silver Moon'
Lily of the Nile
 2Lt
A new, more vigorous variegated form with the broad leaves having a wide silver margin. Umbels of bright-blue flowers on tall stems during late summer. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. On the borderline s of hardness. (7-9) 60
£6.75
3.00
Agapanthus 'Sky'
African Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
10.00
Agapanthus 'Snow Pixie'
African Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
3.00
Agapanthus 'Tarka'
African Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
1.00
Agapanthus 'Wedding Day'
Lily of the Nile
 2Lt
Reasonably hardy hybrid with intermediate umbels of narrowly tubular, pure white flowers, held on dark stalks, during midsummer. Narrow, glossy, strap-like deciduous leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 100cm.
£6.45
4.00
Agapanthus 'Wembworthy'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
1.00
Agapanthus 'Windsor Grey'
African Lily
 2Lt
Slow, choice & rarely offered is this wonderful selection with huge dove-grey flowers on stout stems in late summmer & autumn. Broad strap-shaped leaves. On the borderlines of hardiness in a retentive well drained soil in sun. (8-9) 60cm.
£6.45
2.00
Agapanthus 'Wolga'
Blue African Lily
 2Lt
Umbels of DARK BLUE flowers on tall, erect stems; July to September. Narrow strap-like leaves. Mulch crowns in winter. Good, rich soil in a sheltered position in full sun. 100x45cm.
£6.45
8.00
Agastache 'Blackadder'
Hummimgbird Hyssop
 1.4Lt
This foeniculum x rugosa cross is one of the hardiest hybrids for the garden. Very long lasting, bold spikes of tubular light violet-blue flowers from smokey bracts all summer to the frosts. Aromatic, nettle like leaves. Well drained spot in sun. 75cm.
£4.65
1.00
Agastache 'Blue Fortune'
Mexican Hyssop
 3Lt
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.
£6.75
2.00
Agastache rugosa
Korean Mint
 1.4Lt
Narrow, densely packed spikes of PURPLE-ROSE flowers from June to September. Good for drying & loved by bees. Leaves slightly flushed purple. Well drained fertile soil in sun. 75x45cm.
£4.65
2.00
Agastache 'Serpentine'
Mexican Hyssop
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
2.00
Ageratina altissima 'Chocolate' (AGM)
White Snakeroot
 1.4Lt
syn. Eupatorium rugosum 'Chocolate'. A form especially selected for it's deep chocolate, nettle-like leaves on glossy brown stems. Flattened heads of pure white flowers in autumn. Retentive soil colouring best in a sunny site. (8-10) 90cm.
£4.65
1.00
Ageratina altissima 'Chocolate' (AGM)
White Snakeroot
 2Lt
£6.45
8.00
Ageratina altissima 'Chocolate' (AGM)
White Snakeroot
 1Lt
£3.99
1.00
Agrimonia pilosa
Agrimony
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Ajania pacifica 'Silver & Gold'
 2Lt
This compact form is much more free flowering than it's parent. Tightly packed flattened umbels of rayless mustard-yellow daisies in autumn. Chrysanth like silver leaves have a silver margin. (10-11) 45cm.
£5.95
7.00
Ajuga pyramidalis 'Metallica Crispa'
Pyramid Bugle
 1.4Lt
Tight cushions of crinkled, curled, metallic purple-green leaves are quite spectacular. Pyramidal spikes of deep violet blue flowers in spring & early summer. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. 15x45cm.
£4.35
1.00
Ajuga reptans 'Black Scallop'
Bugle
 1.4Lt
Striking, evergreen ground cover with rosettes of intensely glossy, leathery, darkest bronze-black leaves. Short spikes of narrowly tubular, bright-blue flowers, held in whorls;- late spring. Retentive soil in part or full shade. 20x60cm.
£4.45
4.00
Ajuga reptans 'Burgundy Glow'
Bugle
 1.4Lt
Creeping, quick-spreading, evergreen ground cover with silvery-green leaves suffused dark red. Dark blue flowers in spikes in late spring & early summer. Best in moist, retentive soil with some shade. 15x60cm.
£4.45
3.00
Ajuga reptans 'Catlin's Giant' (AGM)
Bugle
 1.4Lt
A large form with greenish-brown evergreen leaves. Shows its best colour in sun. Spikes of dark blue flowers; April & May. Good ground cover for any not too dry soil. 30x60cms.
£4.35
1.00
Ajuga reptans 'Chocolate Chip'
Bugle
 1.4Lt
Self rooting, spreading, evergreen perennial forming a mat of shiny, dark green leaves suffused chocolate brown in cooler months. Short spikes of showy, rich blue flowers in late spring. Prefers a retentive, humus rich soil in dappled shade. 20x30cms.
£4.35
7.00
Ajuga reptans 'Evening Glow'
Bugle
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
15.00
Albuca glauca
African Snowdrop
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
1.00
Albuca nelsonii
Nelson's Slime Lily
 2Lt
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.
£5.95
4.00
Alcea rosea 'Double Red'
Hollyhock
 1.4Lt
Popular cottage garden favourites, with bold spikes of silky cup-shaped fully double glowing red flowers all summer. Basal rosettes of rather coarse basal leaves. Well drained soil in sun. (6-9) 150cm.
£4.45
2.00
Alcea rosea 'Double Rose'
Hollyhock
 1.4Lt
Popular cottage garden plants with large coarse basal leaves & densely packed spikes of cup-shaped silky, rose-pink, double flowers all summer into autumn. Beware of rust. Gritty fertile soil in sun. 180x60cm.
£4.45
4.00
Alcea rosea 'Double White'
Hollyhock
 1.4Lt
Paeony-flowered, pure white flowers in long spikes; summer. Large basal leaves. Adaptable to most soils in sun or part shade. 150x60cm.
£4.45
2.00
Alcea rosea 'Double Yellow'
Hollyhock
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
4.00
Alcea rosea 'Polarstar'
Hollyhock
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
5.00
Alcea rosea 'Sunshine' (Spotlight Series)
Single Hollyhock
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
3.00
Alchemilla erythropoda (AGM)
Ladys Mantle
 1.4Lt
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)
£4.65
1.00
Alchemilla glabra
Lady's Mantle
 1.4Lt
The largest leaved form of our native species found mainly in Scotland & Wales & N.England. Basal clumps of grey-green leaves with crimped margins. Airy sprays of small yellow-green flowers during midsummer. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 40cm.
£4.95
11.00
Alchemilla lapeyrousei
Lady's Mantle
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
5.00
Allium 'Akbulak'
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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
£4.35
7.00
Allium altissimum
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
5.00
Allium altissimum 'Goliath'
Ornamental Onion
 2Lt
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.
£5.35
4.00
Allium 'Ambassador'
Drumstick Onion
 2Lt
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.
£5.65
1.00
Allium amethystinum 'Red Mohican'
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Allium amphibolum
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Allium atropurpureum
Oriental onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Allium caeruleum (AGM)
Ornamental Onion
 2Lt
(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.
£6.75
1.00
Allium cernuum (AGM)
Lady's Leek
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
1.00
Allium cernuum 'Hidcote'
Lady's Leek
 1.4Lt
A taller, more robust form of the Lady's leek. Flowering n June & July, this has nodding umbels of dark rosy-pink, bell-shaped flowers over more or less evergreen clumps of flat bladed, strap like leaves. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 50cm.
£4.60
1.00
Allium cristophii (AGM)
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Allium 'Early Emperor'
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
8.00
Allium 'Forelock'
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
6.00
Allium giganteum (AGM)
Ornamental Onion
 2Lt
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.
£5.65
2.00
Allium 'Globus'
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Allium hirtifolium album
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
6.00
Allium karataviense 'Ivory Queen'
Ornamental Onion
 2Lt
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.
£5.35
1.00
Allium lenkoranicum
Ornamental Onion
 1Lt
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.
£4.35
6.00
Allium litvinovii
 1.4Lt
Rare form from Kirghizstan, Chatkal Range, near Lake Sari-Chilek. It flowers in May-June with large, intensely purple-blue balls of bloom, atop 16" stems. The fine leaves wither at flowering. Close to caeruleum but slower & better. Light soil in sun. (5-6) 40cm.
£5.35
3.00
Allium loratum
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Allium macranthum
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Allium 'Magic'
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
4.00
Allium 'Mercurius'
Drumstick Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
8.00
Allium 'Miami'
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
8.00
Allium moly 'Jeannine' (AGM)
Yellow Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
8.00
Allium 'Mont Blanc'
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
9.00
Allium myrianthum KM-T-19-04
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.65
6.00
Allium nutans
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Allium plummerae
Tanners Canyon Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
5.00
Allium prattii
Ornamental Onion
 1Lt
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.
£4.65
7.00
Allium przewalskianum
Alpine Onion
 1Lt
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.
£4.65
6.00
Allium 'Purple Rain'
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
9.00
Allium ramosum
Fragrant Flowered Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
7.00
Allium 'Red Eye'
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
Needing a warm, sheltered garden this very unusual onion has domed heads of broad petalled creamy white flowers, which initially emerge a rich raspberry pink. They have a large burgundy-red ovary giving a two tone effect. the strap like leaves wither at flowering. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-7) 60cm.
£4.65
1.00
Allium 'Round And Purple'
Ornamental Onion
 2Lt
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.
£5.65
7.00
Allium schoenoprasum 'Corsican White'
White Chives
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
6.00
Allium Schoenoprasum 'Curly Mauve'
Alliaceae
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Allium scorodoprasum 'Passion'
Sand Leek
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
1.00
Allium senescens
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
6.00
Allium stipitatum 'Mars'
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
6.00
Allium 'Stratos'
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
4.00
Allium 'Summer Drummer'
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
Tall drumstick onion with 3' rounded heads of purple & white bicoloured flowers;- May & June looking very different to most Alliums. The grey-green leaves wither at flowering. Light, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (5-6) 150cm.
£4.35
1.00
Allium thunbergii (AGM)
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
A bold, bulbous perennial forming grassy clumps of fresh green leaves. Upright stems carry umbels of RICH VIOLET-PURPLE flowers with a red tint; early summer. Dies down quickly after flowering. From Japan. Well drained soil in sun. 60x45cm.
£4.65
1.00
Allium thunbergii 'Ozawa'
Japanese Onion
 1Lt
Larger flowered than the type, this forms tight evergreen clumps of narrow, cylindrical leaves. Small, rounded umbels of shallow, bowl-shaped soft purple-pink flowers in autumn. Sun or part shade. (8-10) 35cm.
£4.65
1.00
Allium tschimganicum
 1.4Lt
One of most spectacular 'Drumstick Onions' originally introduced from the Tschimgan Mountains of Uzbekistan. Tight, densely packed rounded heads of starry soft lilac-purple flowers during June. Needs a good, dry summer rest. Light free draining soil in sun. (6-7) 100cm.
£5.65
3.00
Allium victorialis 'Cantabria' AMH.7827
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
2.00
Allium zebdanense
Ornamentalk Onion
 1Lt
Umbels of large bell shaped scented white flowers in spring. Strap like leaves. Fertile well drained soil in a sunny sheltered site. Rare native of the Lebanon. 30x30cm.
£4.35
1.00
Alstroemeria 'Inca Coral'
Lily of the Incas
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
1.00
Alstroemeria 'Inca Devotion'
 2Lt
£6.75
1.00
Alstroemeria 'Inca Yuko'
Peruvian Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
2.00
Alstroemeria 'Little Miss Christina'
Lily of the Incas
 3Lt
Dwarf, compact form with softest creamy-white flowers taking on a blush pink cheek as the flower ages. Yellow throat with burgundy speckling. Flowers May to the frosts. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-10) 20cm.
£6.95
6.00
Amsonia ciliata ten. 'Georgia Pancake'
Blue Star
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
3.00
Amsonia hubrichtii
Blue Star
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
10.00
Amsonia illustris
Blue Star
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
1.00
Amsonia orientalis (AGM)
Blue Star
 1.4Lt
(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.
£4.95
9.00
Amsonia tabernaemontana 'Stella Azul'
Blue Stars
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
4.00
Anacyclus pyrethrum depressus
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
15.00
Anaphalis margaritacea 'Neuschnee'
Pearly Everlasting
 1.4Lt
Extremely free flowering, more compact form with heads of papery, button-like, everlasting white flowers with a small cream eye perpetually all summer. Good for cutting & drying. Silver grey, felted leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 45x45cm
£4.65
8.00
Anchusa azurea 'Loddon Royalist' (AGM)
Alkanet
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
1.00
Androsace geraniifolia
Rock Jasmine
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
3.00
Anemone barbulata
Windflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
7.00
Anemone blanda 'Charmer'
Winter windflower
 1Lt
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.
£3.95
1.00
Anemone 'Dainty Swan'
Windflower
 1.4Lt
A sport from 'White Swan', this time the flowers have bright pink reverses to the petals. Cup-shaped white flowers are held on well branched stems over a long period during summer & autumn. Mats of divided, deep green basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 35x60cm.
£5.45
3.00
Anemone 'Elfin Swan'
Anemone
 1.4Lt
(Swan Series) The most compact of the swan series forming a tight mound of palmate, deeply toothed leaves. Erect, branched stems carry cup-shaped white flowers with steely blue reverses & buds, from May to October. Retentive soil in dappled shade is best. (5-10) 40cm.
£5.45
4.00
Anemone filisecta
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
3.00
Anemone hupehensis 'Bowles's Pink' (AGM)
Japanese Anemone
 1.4Lt
Single, deep-pink & purple bicoloured flowers late in summer. Mounds of dark-green, deeply-cut leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (8-9) 60cm.
£4.65
3.00
Anemone hupehensis 'Crispa'
Japanese anameone
 1.4Lt
Unusual form with basal clusters of large, parsley-like curly, rich green leaves. Elegant, slender, wavy stems topped with single, rose pink blooms with yellow stamens; August - October. Clump forming perennial for any reasonably drained soilin sun or part shade. To: 75x 60cms.
£4.65
1.00
Anemone hupehensis 'Hadspen Abundance' (AGM)
Japanese Anemone
 1.4Lt
Large, single, pale-pink flowers, with dark-pink reverses from September to November. Forms a clump of divided, toothed, slightly hairy leaves. For a retentive yet well drained soil in sun or shade. 60x45cm.
£4.65
1.00
Anemone hupehensis japonica 'Bodnant Burgundy'
Japanese Anemone
 1.4Lt
Vigorous, branched perennials, with single, cup-shaped burgundy-red flowers, with gold stamens. One of the darkest cultivars available. Mounds of much divided basal leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (8-9) 100cm.
£4.65
8.00
Anemone hupehensis japonica 'Pamina' (agm)
Windflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Anemone hupehensis japonica 'Pink Saucer'
Japanese Anemone
1.5lt
Selected for it's very early flowering period. Simple, single bowl-shaped rich pink flowers, almost white at the edges, from August to the frosts. Basal clumps of hairy, divided basal leaves. easy in a retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (8-11) 75cm.
£6.95
7.00
Anemone hupehensis japonica 'Rotkappchen'
Japanese Anemone
 1.4Lt
Clusters of semi-double, deep puple-red flowers held on much branched stems in late summer & autumn. Divided basal leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (8-9) 90cm.
£4.65
4.00
Anemone hupehensis japonica 'Splendens'
Windflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Anemone hupehensis japonica 'Splendens'
Windflower
 3Lt
£6.95
2.00
Anemone leveillei
Windflower
 1.4Lt
A lovely variety with delicate, cup-shaped, pure white flowers with slatey blue backs; late summer. Stiff, well branched stems. Clumps of deeply divided dark green leaves. Humus rich well drained soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cms.
£4.65
1.00
Anemone narcissiflora SDR 5496
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
3.00
Anemone nemorosa 'Allenii' (AGM)
Wood Anemone
 2Lt
Showy deep lavender-blue flowers with deeper reverses amongst creeping mats of divided finely cut leaves; mid spring. Good in woodland soil in part shade in a humus rich soil. 10x30cm.
£6.95
2.00
Anemone nemorosa 'Blue Beauty'
Wood Anemone
 1Lt
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.
£3.95
1.00
Anemone nemorosa 'Hilda'
Wood Anemone'
 1Lt
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.
£4.45
8.00
Anemone nemorosa 'Lismore Blue'
Wood Anemone
 1Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Anemone nemorosa 'Vestal' (AGM)
Wood Anemone
 1Lt
Unusual fully double, white flowers arranged in a perfect symmetrical pattern over low creeping mats of fresh green divided basal leaves; late spring to early summer. For a woodland, humus rich retentive soil in part shade. 10x30cm.
£4.35
1.00
Anemone polyanthes
Windflower
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
5.00
Anemone ranunculoides (AGM)
Wood Anemone
 1Lt
Rhizomatous clump-former making delicate clumps of toothed, lobed leaves and RICH GOLDEN-YELLOW flowers in spring after which the plant quickly goes dormant. Best in dappled shade in humus-rich, woodland soil. 20x45cm.
£4.65
7.00
Anemone rivularis
Windflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Anemone 'Ruffled Swan'
Anemone
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
10.00
Anemone sylvestris 'Elise Fellmann'
Windflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£7.25
1.00
Anemone tomentosa
 1.4Lt
Handsome, vigorous, border perennial with cup-shaped, SOFT PINK flowers in mid-late summer - but earlier than the Japanese anemones. Large, deeply veined, divided leaves. Fertile, well drained soil in sun. 120x60cms.
£4.65
1.00
Anemone tomentosa 'September Glanz'
Japanese Anemone
 1.4Lt
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
£4.65
2.00
Anemone virginiana
Thimbleweed
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Anemone virginiana
Thimbleweed
 2Lt
£5.45
1.00
Anemone 'Wild Swan'
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
12.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Andrea Atkinson'
Japanese Anemone
1.5lt
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.
£6.95
30.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Coupe d'Argent'
Japanese Anemone
 1.4Lt
A tall hybrid, with large, semi double, silvery white flowers, with a boss of yellow stamens, held on upright stems in autumn. Basal clumps of divided, hairy leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (8-10) 120cm.
£4.70
4.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Honorine Jobert' (AGM)
Japanese Anemone
 2Lt
(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.
£7.95
10.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Konigin Charlotte' (AGM)
Japanese Anemone
 3Lt
A vigorous clone with large (up to 12cm.across), SEMI-DOUBLE, PINK flowers shaded purple on the reverse of the outer petals. Divided deep green leaves. Moist, fertile, humus-rich soil in sun or part shade. 150x90cm.
£6.95
4.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Kriemhilde'
Windflower
 1.4Lt
A selected form of the common Japanese Anemone with divided three pointed leaves. Branching stems have semi-double pale purple pink flowers with yellow stamens in early autumn. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 90x45cm.
£4.65
3.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Kriemhilde'
Windflower
 3Lt
£6.45
1.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Montrose'
Windflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Pretty Lady Diana'
Japanese Anemone
 1.4Lt
(Pretty Lady Series) Compact form of Japanese Anemone with single, cup shaped rich pink bowl-shaped flowers on short stems above the leaves;- late summer & autumn. Easy in any retentive soil in sun or some shade. (8-10) 80cm.
£4.65
5.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Pretty Lady Emily'
Wind flower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Pretty Lady Susan'
Japanese Anemone
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
8.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Pretty Lady Susan'
Japanese Anemone
 2Lt
£6.85
1.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Robustissima'
Tibetan Anemone
 1.4Lt
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+.
£4.35
2.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Rosenschale'
Japanese Anemone
 1.4Lt
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
£4.65
1.00
Anemone x hybrida 'September Charm' (AGM)
Japanese Anemone
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Anemonopsis macrophylla
 1.4Lt
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
£5.95
9.00
Angelica gigas
 1.4Lt
Architectural plant with bold clumps of finely cut, dark green leaves on thick branching stems. Enormous DEEP BEETROOT heads like a cow parsley; mid to late summer. Short lived but self seeds freely. Not too dry soil in sun or part shade. 120x90cm.
£4.95
3.00
Angelica pachycarpa
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
14.00
Angelica pachycarpa
 2Lt
£6.35
4.00
Angelica sylvestris 'Vicar's Mead'
Purple Cow Parsley
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
12.00
Angelica ursina
Bears Angelica
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
7.00
Anthemis 'Grallach Gold'
Golden Marguerite
 2Lt
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.
£5.95
1.00
Anthemis tinctoria 'E.C.Buxton'
Dog Daisy
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Anthemis tinctoria 'Kelwayi'
Dog Daisy
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
4.00
Anthemis tinctoria 'Kelwayi'
Dog Daisy
 2Lt
£5.65
1.00
Anthemis tinctoria 'Kelwayi'
Dog Daisy
 1Lt
£3.99
7.00
Anthemis tinctoria 'Lemon Ice'
 1.4Lt
Bushy, mound forming perennial with woody stems clothed in fine, pinnate, fresh green, aromatic leaves. Good sized soft creamy-lemon daisies with a gold eye, over a long period through summer into autumn. Light, rather poor soil in sun or light shade. (6-9) 85cm.
£4.65
1.00
Anthemis tinctoria 'Sauce Hollandaise'
 1Lt
Reliable, clump forming perennial massed with pale sulphur yellow, daisy like flowers with a yellow centre over a long period from early summer. Remove old flowers to extend season. Mounds of ferny, aromatic, evergreen foliage. For a reasonably drained, fertile soil in suin or part shade. To: 70x45cms.
£3.99
2.00
Anthemis tinctoria 'Sauce Hollandaise'
 1.4Lt
£4.70
6.00
Anthemis tinctoria 'Wargrave Variety'
Golden Marguerite
 1.4Lt
A popular cottage garden perennial forming frothy mounds of very finely cut leaves. Upright branching stems carry upward facing CREAMY-YELLOW daisies that are excellent for cutting. Full sun in a well drained soil. 90x90cm. Flowers: June-August.
£4.65
2.00
Anthemis triumfettii
Dyers Chamomile
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
1.00
Anthriscus sylvestris 'Ravenswing'
Queen Anne's Lace
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
2.00
Anthyllis vulneraria coccinea
Kidney Vetch
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
12.00
Antirrhinum molle
 1.4Lt
A lovely evergreen ground cover that is reliably hardy in very well drained soil in a sunny site. The woody stems are covered in rounded hairy leaves. Large soft pink snapdragons are produced all summer. 15x60cm. (5-9)
£4.70
4.00
Apocynaceae sp. SDR5135
 2Lt
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. 
£6.95
3.00
Aquilegia 'Crimson Star'
Granny's Bonnets
 1Lt
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.
£3.99
1.00
Aquilegia 'Dragonfly'
Columbine
 1.4Lt
A dwarfer form with very long spurred flowers in a very colourful range. An easily grown cottage plant forming rounded clumps of attractive foliage. Needs a free draining site in full sun. 45x35cm. Flowers: May-June
£4.45
2.00
Aquilegia oxysepala kansuensis
Columbine
 1.4Lt
A Chinese species, not often seen in cultivation. Basal rosettes of mid-green,ternate leaves. Branching stems with long spurred, slightly nodding, dusky purple-pink flowers with a small creamy yellow corolla, freely borne during May & June. Retnetive, well drained soil in part shade. 65x45cm. (5-6)
£4.35
5.00
Aquilegia vulgaris stellata 'Blue Barlow'
Columbine
 1Lt
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.
£3.99
12.00
Aquilegia 'White Star' (Star Series)
Granny's Bonnets
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
2.00
Aquilegia x maruyamana
Granny's Bonnets
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Aralia californica
Elk Clover
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Arctanthemum arcticum 'Polarstern'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
7.00
Arctanthemum arcticum 'Roseum'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Arctotheca calendula
Cape Marigold
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
9.00
Arisaema consanguineum
Cobra Lily
 1.4Lt
Produces one single leaf, much divided into up to 20 narrow leaflets, with tapering, narrow tips. This wild collection has almost a uniform green spathe during early summer. never to dry, well drained soil in part shade. (6-7) 90cm.
£5.95
5.00
Arisaema costatum
Cobra Lily
 1.4Lt
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)
£5.95
14.00
Arisaema costatum
Cobra Lily
 2Lt
£8.70
7.00
Arisaema flavum
Cobra Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.65
2.00
Arisaema flavum
Cobra Lily
 1Lt
£5.65
7.00
Arisaema franchetianum
 1.4Lt
syn.Purpureogaleatum'. Medium to small Chinese species with attractive, rich reddish-brown & white striped spathes with a tightly curving hood almost covering the mouth. Late emerging & flowering in June. Well drained woodland soil in part shade.
£4.70
1.00
Arisaema intermedium
Cobra Lily
 1.4Lt
A small species, recently introduced from the Himalayas, with a single, trifoliate leaf. A short stem carries a green spathe, striped paler, with a wispy tip. Long, narrow, wispy, thread-like spadix. Woodland soil in part of full shade. (6-7) 45cm
£5.95
9.00
Arisaema propinquum
Cobra Lily
 1.4Lt
Much confused already, as it is very variable in the wild. Mottled purple-brown stems with pairs of trifoliate leaves. Large, purple-green spathes are heavily striped white. Wispy spadix. Leafy, woodland conditions in part or full shade. (6-7) 45cm
£5.95
5.00
Arisaema ringens
Cobra Lily
 1.4Lt
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
£5.45
10.00
Arisaema ringens
Cobra Lily
 2Lt
£8.40
13.00
Arisaema speciosum magnificum
Cobra Plant
 3Lt
Tuberous perennial with a large reddish-brown spathe, striped white with a tapering hood. Large, red rimmed leaves. For a humus-rich, moist yet drained, neutral to acid soil in a cool, partially shaded site. Ht: 45cms.
£7.45
7.00
Artemisia lactiflora Guizhou Group
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Artemisia lactiflora 'Jim Russell'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
12.00
Artemisia michauxiana
Sage Brush
 1.4Lt
Coll; Canada. Wonderfuly aromatic ground cover. Spreading, evergreen clumps of silvery green leaves. Insignificant flower panicles. Any reasonable soil in sun. 30x45cm.
£4.65
6.00
Artemisia 'Powis Castle' (AGM)
Wormwood
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
3.00
Artemisia 'Powis Castle' (AGM)
Wormwood
 2Lt
£5.95
5.00
Artemisia princeps
Japanese Mugwort
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
7.00
Artemisia schmidtiana 'Nana' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
1.00
Artemisia vulgaris 'Oriental Limelight'
Mugwort
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Arum dioscoridis
Lords & ladies
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Aruncus aethusifolius 'Filigran'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
15.00
Aruncus aethusifolius 'Porzellan'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
10.00
Asarum caudatum
Wild Ginger
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
10.00
Asarum europaeum (AGM)
Asarabacca
 1.4Lt
Good ground cover for deep shade. Clumps of kidney-shaped, evergreen leaves. Lurid GREENISH-PURPLE flowers amongst the foliage in spring. Leaves are more lustrous in deep shade. 15x60cms.
£4.65
1.00
Asarum splendens
Woodland Ginger
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
17.00
Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet'
Swamp Milkweed
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
8.00
Asclepias tuberosa 'Hello Yellow'
Butterfly Weed
 1.4Lt
Flattened umbels of bright yellow flowers; midsummer to early autumn. Unbranched stems with lance-shaped leaves. Fertile, well drained soil in full sun. 90x45cm.
£4.95
1.00
Asparagus virgatus
African Broom Fern
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
5.00
Asperula taurina
Pink Woodruff
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
9.00
Asphodeline lutea
King's Spear
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
9.00
Asphodelus albus
Jacob's Rod
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
7.00
Asphodelus fistulosus
Onion weed
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Aspidistra elatior 'Milky Way'
Bar Room pLANT
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
5.00
Aster 'Afternoon Delight'
 2Lt
£5.95
15.00
Aster alpinus 'Goliath'
Alpine Aster
 1.4Lt
Early flowering semi evergreen for the edge of the border. Mats of spoon shaped leaves topped by clusters of large, starry, soft-blue daisies with yellow centre over a long period in spring. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. )4-6) 10x45cm.
£4.45
1.00
Aster alpinus 'Pinkie'
Alpine Aster
 1.4Lt
Edger or rockery plant with surprisingly large, single, deep-pink daises with a golden-yellow eye;- late spring & early summer. Well drained soil in sun. (5-6) 15cm.
£4.45
2.00
Aster amellus 'Brilliant'
 1.4Lt
Clusters of large, rayed, BRIGHT PINK daisy-like flowers on upright, branched stems; August to October. Easy, trouble-free. Similar to Michaelmas Daisy. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 75cms.
£4.80
1.00
Aster amellus 'Rosa Erfullung'
Pink Zenith'
 1.4Lt
syn, 'Pink Zenith'. Stiff, upright, branched stems topped with heads of BROAD-PETALLED, CLEAR PINK daisy-like flowers late summer. Easy, trouble-free perennials similar to Michaelmas Daisies. Reasonably drained soil in sun. 60x40cms. Flowers; August-October.
£4.80
3.00
Aster amellus 'Rudolf Goethe'
Aster
 1.4Lt
Loose heads of sky-blue daisies, with a yellow eye, produced in profusion in late summer. Grey-green leaves are mildew free. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 60cm.
£4.70
5.00
Aster amellus 'Veilchenkonigin' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
(Violet Queen') Loose sprays of RICH-VIOLET daisies with yellow centres; late summer & autumn. Clump-forming ,hairy perennial with lance-shaped mid-green leaves. Fertile well drained soil in sun. 60x45cm.
£4.80
2.00
Aster ciliolatus
Lindley's Aster
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
5.00
Aster ericoides 'Blue Star' (AGM)
Heath leaved Aster
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
10.00
Aster ericoides 'Golden Spray' (AGM)
 2Lt
A very unusual variety forming low basal clumps of tufted foliage. Branching stems are clothed in clusters of small, STARRY, GOGOLDEN-YELLOW daisies that en-masses create a haze; August-October. For a fertile retentive soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cm.
£5.95
5.00
Aster ericoides 'Pink Cloud' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
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
£4.35
1.00
Aster ericoides 'Pink Cloud' (AGM)
 2Lt
£5.95
2.00
Aster greatae KM-K-186-02
Aster
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
6.00
Aster laevis
Smooth Aster
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
1.00
Aster laevis 'Calliope'
 1.4Lt
A beautiful, very tall, erect border perennial with the stems & leaves a wonderful shining dark purple. Airy sprays of small PALE PURPLE flowers in autumn. Easily grown in any reasonable soil in sun. 120x60cm.
£4.65
11.00
Aster laevis 'Calliope'
 2Lt
£6.35
4.00
Aster lateriflorus horizontalis (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Unique as the tiny foliage becomes copper-purple by September making a good foil for the tiny, red-eyed LILAC flowers held on horizontal branches. Any reasonable soil and aspect. 60x30cms.
£4.80
2.00
Aster lateriflorus 'Lady In Black'
 1.4Lt
Elegant sprays of beige-purple flowers; midsummer to mid autumn. Tall stems clothed in linear leaves with a deep purple flush. Moist, fertile soil in part shade. 120x60cm.
£4.65
4.00
Aster lateriflorus 'Lovely'
Aster
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
4.00
Aster 'Little Carlow' (AGM) (cordifolius x)
Cordifolius hybrid
 2Lt
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.
£5.95
2.00
Aster novae angliae 'Andenken an Alma Potschke' (AGM)
New England Aster
 2Lt
A lovely border aster with large, daisy-like, SALMON TINGED BRIGHT-RED FLOWERS, with slighly curling petals, carried on stiff, leafy stems. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. 100x60cm. Flowers: August-October.
£6.35
2.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Barr's Blue'
New England Aster
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Barr's Pink'
New England Aster
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Purple Dome'
New England Aster
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Aspatio Purple'
Michaelmas Daisy
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
1.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Crimson Brocade'
Michaelmas Daisy
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Dandy'
Michaelmas Daisy - Dwarf
 2Lt
Dwarf variety massed with purple-red flowers; September-October. Any reasonable soil, best in full sun. 45x45cms.
£6.35
6.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Lady In Blue'
Dwarf Michaelmas Daisy
 1.4Lt
Compact, bushy perennial massed in heads of SEMI-DOUBLE RICH BLUE flowers late summer. Retentive soil in full sun. 25x25cms. Flowers: September-October
£4.35
5.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Schneeberg'
Michaelmas Daisy
 1.4Lt
A newish introduction forming clumps of sturdy, upright stems topped with clusters of clear white daisies with a yellow centre: late summer into autumn. Attractive to bees & butterflies. Any reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 100x60cms.
£4.65
6.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Schneekissen'
 2Lt
DWARF MICHAELMAS DAISY Hardy Perennial. flowers:Masses of compact white.Sept-Oct. Any well-drained soil.Best in full sun
£5.95
1.00
Aster radula 'August Sky'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
9.00
Aster sedifolius
 1.4Lt
(syn.A.acris) Compact perennial plant with erect stems clothed in narrow lance-shaped leaves. Densely packed heads of small lilac-blue starry flowers with spidery petals; August & September. Dry soil in full sun. 75x45cm.
£4.80
1.00
Aster sp. KM-C-28-02
Aster
 1.4Lt
coll;- Kanab, Utah, USA. A form i collected in Utah with well branched stems carrying softest lavender-blue, small daisies witjh narrow, slightly twisted petals. Cream eye ages reddish;- late summer & autumn. mildew free. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 90cm.
£4.35
1.00
Aster trifoliatus ageratoides 'Starshine'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Aster x frikartii
 1.4Lt
Free branching upright stems with long display of open, rayed, LIGHT BLUE blooms. Prefers fertile soil & sun. Good mildew resistant border plant. 90x45cms. Flowers: August-October.
£4.80
3.00
Aster x frikartii 'Flora's Delight'
Aster
 2Lt
Woody based perennial with softly hairy leaves. A profusion of softest lilac, yellow eyed daisies throughout summer. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-8) 50cm.
£6.45
2.00
Aster x frikartii 'Monch' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
1.00
Aster x frikartii 'Monch' (AGM)
 2Lt
£6.45
2.00
Aster x herveyi
 1.4Lt
Was sold as macrophyllus 'Twilight'. Naturally occurring hybrid from E.USA. Showy sprays of violet-blue daisies in late summer & autumn on dark stems. Heart-shaped leaves. Disease resistant. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm.
£4.65
8.00
Aster x versicolor 'Altweibersommer
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
4.00
Astilbe chinensis taquetii 'Purpurlanze'
Spiraea
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
2.00
Astilbe chinensis 'Vision in Red'
False Spiraea
 1.4Lt
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)
£4.65
18.00
Astilbe 'Chocolate Shogun'
Spiraea
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Astilbe 'Deutschland' (japonica x)
( x japonica)
 1.4Lt
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
£5.95
5.00
Astilbe 'Deutschland' (japonica x)
( x japonica)
 2Lt
£5.95
4.00
Astilbe 'Elizabeth Bloom' (x xrendsii)
False Spiraea
 2Lt
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)
£5.95
2.00
Astilbe 'Fanal' (x arendsii) (AGM)
Spiraea
 1.4Lt
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
£4.65
1.00
Astilbe 'Fanal' (x arendsii) (AGM)
Spiraea
 2Lt
£5.95
4.00
Astilbe 'Glut' (x arendsii)
(x arendsii)
 2Lt
Long, wiry stems with spikes of clear-red plumes - late. Ruddy-brown seed heads through winter. Attractive ferny foliage, mahogany-red when young. Moist (even boggy) humus-rich soil in sun or part shade. 80cms. Flowers: August-September
£6.35
6.00
Astilbe 'Irrlicht' (x arendsii)
 2Lt
Erect tapering panicles of PURE WHITE flowers; June to August. Basal clumps of finely cut green foliage with a purple tint. Moist, even boggy, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cms.
£6.35
11.00
Astilbe mixed
 2Lt
£7.95
6.00
Astilbe rivularis myriantha BWJ 8076a
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
2.00
Astilbe 'Salland'
False Spiraea
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Astilbe thunbergii hachijoensis
False Spiraea
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Astilbe 'Weisse Gloria' (x arendsii)
 1.4Lt
(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.
£4.35
2.00
Astilboides tabularis
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
2.00
Astrantia major 'Claret'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
Seedlings of Ruby Wedding' usually showing a resemblance to it's parent. Soft claret-red flowers in profusion; early summer. Divided basal leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade but colour is better in sun. 60x60cm.
£4.95
2.00
Astrantia major 'Gracilis'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Astrantia major 'Lola'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
9.00
Astrantia major 'Pink Pride'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
8.00
Astrantia major 'Ruby Cloud'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
One of the most popular groups of plants, this has raspberry-red flowers held on red flushed stems. Seems to prefer dappled shade in a retentive soil. (5-9) 45cm. N.B Tunnel grown plants may not show true flower colour at this stage of the season.
£5.35
1.00
Astrantia major 'Ruby Wedding'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
2.00
Astrantia major 'Star Of Beauty'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
Compact form with deepest wine-red bracts around a white pincushion like centre; early summer for several months. Basal mounds of divided, often red tinted leaves. Best in good soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 45cm.
£4.95
1.00
Astrantia major 'Star Of Beauty'
Masterwort
 3Lt
£6.95
9.00
Astrantia major 'Star Of Billion'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
2.00
Astrantia major 'Star Of Billion'
Masterwort
 3Lt
£8.55
1.00
Astrantia major 'Sunningdale Variegated' (AGM)
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
2.00
Astrantia maxima (AGM)
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
(syn. A.helleborifolia) Excellent species the upright, wiry stems topped with heads of exquisite PINKISH flowers with a pronounced COLLAR OF ROSE-PINK; summer. 3-lobed foliage. Requires good fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60x30cms.
£4.95
4.00
Astrantia 'Roma'
Masterwort
1.5lt
Heads of large, papery mid-pink flowers, tipped red over mounds of divided, toothed leaves. A popular new European cultivar, flowering long into the season. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 60cm.
£7.20
1.00
Astrantia 'Roma'
Masterwort
 3Lt
£6.95
5.00
Astrantia 'Snowstar'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
Long lasting heads of papery white pincushion flowers with green tipped petals & stamens. Basal clumps of deeply divided, dark-green leaves. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 70cm.
£5.45
1.00
Astrantia 'Superstar'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.45
18.00
Astrantia 'Warren Hills'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
2.00
Ballota pseudodictamnus (AGM)
 2Lt
Semi-woody, evergreen perennial with long, curving stems of rounded leaves clothed in a grey-white felt. A beautiful foliage plant for the driest, sunniest, reasonably protected site. 45x45cms
£5.95
5.00
Baptisia australis (AGM)
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
3.00
Baptisia australis (AGM)
 2Lt
£6.35
15.00
Baptisia 'Dutch Chocolate'
Redneck Lupine
 1.4Lt
(Decadence Series) a hybrid of minor & one of the darkest forms available. Narrow spikes of pea like, black-purple buds, opening to rich chocolate-brown flowers, just marked yellow on the keel. Flowers through summer, followed curved black seed pods. Trifoliate grey-green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-9) 85cm.
£4.95
11.00
Baptisia 'Indigo Spires'
False Indigo
 1.4Lt
Very long, impressive spikes of pea-like, darkest indigo-violet flowers with a lemon keel, throughout summer. Curved black seed pods in autumn. Clumps of trifoliate, green-grey leaves on glaucous stems. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. 96-9) 110cm.
£4.65
1.00
Baptisia 'Pink Truffles'
False Indigo
 1.4Lt
Clump forming, semi shrubby perennial forming lowish mounds of stiff stems lined, to 30cms, with aromatic, pea like soft pink fading to lavender pink flowers from yellow buds; April-June. Large seed pods an added feature. Handsome, lance shaped, grey leaves. For a reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. To: 75x75cms.
£4.65
13.00
Beesia calthifolia
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
9.00
Begonia emeiensis DJHC98479
Hardy Begonia
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.65
2.00
Begonia grandis evansiana alba
Hardy Begonia
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
8.00
Begonia sutherlandii (AGM)
Iwozya
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
6.00
Bergenia 'Bressingham Salmon'
 2Lt
Short spikes of rich salmon-pink flowers April-May. Bold, glossy leaves all year. Good ground cover. Suitable for most situations including shade. 25cms.
£5.65
8.00
Bergenia 'Bressingham White' (AGM)
 2Lt
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+.
£6.45
8.00
Bergenia 'Claire Maxine' (AGM)
 2Lt
£5.65
1.00
Bergenia cordifolia 'Jelle'
Elephant's Ears
 2Lt
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.
£5.65
2.00
Bergenia cordifolia 'Purpurea' (AGM)
 2Lt
Sprays of pink flowers April-May. Free flowering. Large, purplish, fleshy, evergreen leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. 20cms.
£5.65
2.00
Bergenia cordifolia 'Tubby Andrews'
Elephant's Ears
 2Lt
Love it or hate it, this has rounded leathery green leaves with ireegular white splashes, turning burgundy red in winter. Clusters of small bell shaped pink flowers in late winter. Any soil in sun or shade. (2-4) 20cm.
£6.35
1.00
Bergenia 'Eroica' (AGM)
Pig Squeak
 2Lt
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.
£5.65
2.00
Bergenia 'Godfrey Owen'
Elephant's Ears
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.65
18.00
Bergenia 'Godfrey Owen'
Elephant's Ears
 2Lt
£5.95
4.00
Bergenia ''Herbstblute'
Elephant's Ears
 2Lt
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) 
£5.95
4.00
Bergenia 'Ice Queen'
Elephant's Ears
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
3.00
Bergenia 'Opal'
Elephant's Ears
 2Lt
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.
£5.65
3.00
Bergenia 'Overture'
Elephant's Ears
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
5.00
Bergenia 'Overture'
Elephant's Ears
 2Lt
£6.95
14.00
Bergenia pacumbis CC 3616
Elephants Ears
 2Lt
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)
£6.75
11.00
Bergenia 'Pinneberg'
Elephant's Ears
 2Lt
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.
£5.65
6.00
Bergenia purpurascens (AGM)
Elephant's Ears
 2Lt
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.
£5.65
7.00
Bergenia purpurascens delavayi (AGM)
Elephant's Ears
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
4.00
Bergenia 'Purpurglocken'
Elephant's Ears
 2Lt
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.
£5.65
3.00
Bergenia 'Rosi Ruffles'
Elephant's Ears
 2Lt
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.
£5.65
2.00
Bergenia stracheyi
Elephant's Ears
 2Lt
Excellent ground cover for dry shade with oval, dark green leaves with very fine teeth & a hairy margin, taking on reddish tints in autumn. Clusters of small, milky white flowers finishing with a pink tinge from green calyces. (2-4) 20cm.
£5.65
1.00
Besseya wyomingensis
Pussytails
 1Lt
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.
£5.95
8.00
Bidens aurea -white flowered
Tickseed
 2Lt
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.
£5.95
23.00
Bletilla striata
 1Lt
Clusters of MAGENTA flowers; May & June. Pleated, elliptic, lance-shaped leaves. One of the easiest to grow orchids on the borderlines of hardiness.Humus rich soil in part shade.
£4.70
4.00
Bletilla striata
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Bletilla striata 'Albostriata'
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
5.00
Bletilla striata gebina
 1Lt
Terrestrial orchid, with spikes of bell-shaped tubular, white flowers. Creeping rhizomes & narrow, pleated fresh-green leaves. Best in a leafy, humus-rich woodland soil in part shade. Protect from excessive cold periods. (5-7) 30cm.
£5.95
11.00
Bletilla striata 'Variegata'
 1Lt
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.
£5.45
6.00
Boehmeria sieboldiana
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
3.00
Boltonia asteroides latisquama 'Jim Crockett'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Bomarea acutifolia
Climbing Alstroemeria
 4Lt
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. 
£10.80
2.00
Brunnera macrophylla (AGM)
Perennial Forget-Me-Not
 2Lt
Sprays of bright blue forget-me-not' like flowers April-May followed by a clump of large, robust leaves giving excellent ground cover in moisture-retentive soil in shade. 45x45cms.
£6.95
4.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Alexander's Great'
Bugloss
 3Lt
Statement perennial with lush, supersized, heart shaped, heavily silvered leaves with green veins & edging. Sprays of forget me not like blue flowers in spring. Ideal for border or containers in a retentive yet drained fertile soil in part or full shade. To: 45x60cms.
£6.95
2.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Blaukuppel'
Brunnera
 2Lt
Woodland perennial with much larger flowers than it's parent. Sprays of 1/2', cup shaped, piercing blue flowers on well branched stems; spring. Hairy, heart shaped leaves. Best in woodland soil in pt/full shade. (3-5) 30x45cm.
£6.75
3.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost' (AGM)
Brunnera
1.5lt
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.
£6.75
1.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost' (AGM)
Brunnera
 3Lt
£9.50
1.00
Brunnera sibirica
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Buglossoides purpurocaerulea
 1.4Lt
(syn.Lithospermum) Arching stems tipped by panicles of deep violet flowers which quickly fade gentian blue. Flowers late spring & early summer. Spreading ground cover for fertile well drained soil in light shade. 45x60cm.
£4.45
8.00
Bulbinella hookeri
 1.4Lt
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
£5.65
1.00
Bulbinella nutans
Swartturk
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Calamintha ascendens
Lesser Calamint
 1.4Lt
Small, creeping species with small, highly aromatic, densely hairy grey-green leaves. Short spikes of narrowly tubular pale icy-blue flowers throughout much of the summer. Loved by insects. Rare East Anglain native. Dryish soil in sun. (5-8) 10cm.
£4.65
3.00
Calamintha nepeta
Mint Bush
 1.4Lt
Charming, highly aromatic perennial the small leaves smelling of mint when crushed. Profusion of small LILAC-WHITE, sage-like flowers over a long period - beloved by bees. Lovely edging plant for well drained, protected site in sun. 30cms. flowers: Summer
£4.45
1.00
Calamintha nepeta
Mint Bush
 1Lt
£3.99
2.00
Calamintha nepeta 'Weisse Riese'
Calamint
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Calanthe discolor
 1.4Lt
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.
£12.25
3.00
Calceolaria 'Kentish Hero'
Pouch Flower
 1Lt
Needing a warm, sheltered spot, this sub-shrub has deeply veined, dark-green leaves on woody stems. Clusters of rusty orange-brown, pouch like flowers over a long period through midsummer into autumn. Take cuttings as a precaution. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-10) 60cm.
£3.99
1.00
Caltha leptosepala howellii
White Marsh Marigold
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
6.00
Caltha palustris alba
Kingcup
 1.4Lt
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
£4.35
3.00
Caltha palustris 'Flore Pleno' (AGM)
White Kingcup
 1.4Lt
Double form of our native Kingcup bearing fully double rosette' heads of glistening yellow flowers; March to May. Fleshy, lush green stems & foliage. Water's edge or bog plant in sun or part shade. 30cms. Flowers: March-May.
£5.35
8.00
Camassia cusickii
Camosh
 2Lt
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.
£5.35
4.00
Camassia cusickii 'Zwanenburg'
Camass
 2Lt
Lovely N.American bulbous plant, with starry spikes oflarge deep blue flowers opening up the spike in late spring & early summer. Clasping lush green leaves. Dormant by late summer. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm. BULBS POISONOUS.
£6.95
2.00
Camassia leichtlinii leichtlini (AGM)
Camass
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Camassia leichtlinii leichtlini (AGM)
Camass
 2Lt
£6.95
1.00
Camassia leichtlinii 'Sacajawea'
Camass
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Camassia leichtlinii 'Sacajawea'
Camass
 2Lt
£6.95
1.00
Camassia leichtlinii 'Semiplena'
Camass
 2Lt
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
£6.95
4.00
Camassia leichtlinii suksdorfii Caerulea Group
Camass
 2Lt
One of the choicest forms. Loose spikes of starry, INTENSE BLUE flowers; late spring. Bulbous perennial making clumps of narrow, grassy leaves. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x30cm.
£6.45
5.00
Camassia quamash
Camass
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Camassia quamash 'Blue Melody'
Camosh
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Camassia quamash 'Orion'
Camass
 1.4Lt
Dense erect panicles of closely packed steely dark blue flowers from deep purple buds; late spring & early summer. Clasping glaucous leaves. Dormant by late summer. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cm. BULBS POISONOUS.
£4.65
1.00
Camassia quamash 'Orion'
Camass
 2Lt
£6.75
7.00
Campanula alliariifolia
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
(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.
£4.45
2.00
Campanula 'Ambella Lilac'
bellflower
 1.4Lt
(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.
£4.35
1.00
Campanula 'Barbara Valentine'
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
Short, spreading form with well branched stems carrying long, 2" narrow soft dusky purple flowers over a long period through early to midsummer. Pointed, nettle like leaves. Good, low edger for a fertile, well drained soil in sun. (5-7) 35cm.
£4.70
22.00
Campanula 'Chloe'
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
9.00
Campanula 'Get Mee White'
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
5.00
Campanula glomerata acaulis
Clustered Bellflower
 1.4Lt
Dwarf clump former with terminal clusters of VIOLET-BLUE flowers on erect stems. Excellent for the front of the border. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 20x45cm. Flowers: June-August.
£4.70
4.00
Campanula glomerata alba
Clustered Bellflower
 1.4Lt
Erect stems are topped by a rounded cluster of white bell-shaped flowers in summer. Cut back hard after flowering for a second show. Showy, front of border perennial which spreads slowly. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
£4.80
3.00
Campanula glomerata 'Emerald'
Clustered Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
4.00
Campanula glomerata 'Joan Elliott'
Clustered Bellflower
 1.4Lt
Large clustered heads of bell-shaped RICH-VIOLET flowers in early summer. Very showy hybrid of this popular, front of border perennial. Spreads gently. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
£5.35
5.00
Campanula 'Heimerinkje'
Clustered Bellflower
 1.4Lt
Looking very much like a very small form of glomerata. Tight, evergreen mounds of linear, deep green leaves. Very short stems with small, upward facing clusters if flared, intense gentian-blue flowers borne from June to August. light, free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 30x40cm.
£4.95
1.00
Campanula 'Kent Belle' (AGM)
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
Vigorous hybrid of bushy, erect habit. Spikes of large, bell-shaped, LUSTROUS VIOLET-BLUE flowers. May need staking in exposed sites. Drained, retentive soil in sun or part shade. 100x60cms. Flowers: July-September.
£4.65
4.00
Campanula kirpicznikovii
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
4.00
Campanula lactiflora 'Loddon Anna' (AGM)
Milky Bellflower
 1Lt
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.
£3.99
2.00
Campanula lactiflora 'Loddon Anna' (AGM)
Milky Bellflower
 3Lt
£6.45
5.00
Campanula lactiflora 'White Pouffe'
Bell Flower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Campanula latifolia macrantha
Bellflower
 3Lt
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.
£6.45
2.00
Campanula latiloba 'Hidcote Amethyst' (AGM)
Belflower
 1.4Lt
Stiff stems clothed in wide, cup-shaped, LIGHT LILAC-PINK flowers; May to August.. Handsome, ground hugging, evergreen rosettes. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cms.
£4.70
23.00
Campanula latiloba 'Highcliffe Variety' (AGM)
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Campanula latiloba 'Ivory Towers'
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
9.00
Campanula Mevr. V. Vollenhove'
 1.4Lt
£4.65
1.00
Campanula odontosepala
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Campanula persicifolia
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
Slender stems lined with cup-shaped LILAC-BLUE flowers; June to August. Attractive basal rosettes of evergreen leaves. Any well drained soil in sun or part shade. 90cms.
£4.70
1.00
Campanula persicifolia 'Audrey Widdison'
Peach Leaved Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
3.00
Campanula persicifolia 'Cornish Mist'
Peach Leaved Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Campanula persicifolia 'La Bonne Amie'
Peach leaved Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
7.00
Campanula persicifolia 'Takion Blue'
(F1 Hybrid)
 1.4Lt
More compact, free branching and free flowering than the norm for this group. Uupright stems are lined with bell-shaped, blue flowers to 4cms across in May & June. Attractive fresh green foliage. Fertile soil in sun or part shade. Ht: to 60cms
£4.35
1.00
Campanula 'Pink Octopus'
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
Very unusual Campanula with each flower composed of four, very long, spidery, rich pink petals which reflex with age;- midsummer. Basal rosettes of very glossy, toothed, dark green, red edged leaves. Free draining soil in sun. (6-7) 50cm.
£4.95
8.00
Campanula portenschlagiana - in variety
Dalmatian Bellflower
10cm
Gently spreading ground cover for the rockery or edge of the border. Heavy clusters of narrowly bell shaped, flowers over a long period in early summer. Scallop shaped, toothed leaves. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 10x40cm.
£4.55
2.00
Campanula portenschlagiana (AGM)
Dalmatian Bellflower
 1Lt
Gently spreading ground cover for the rockery or edge of the border. Heavy clusters of narrowly bell shaped, purple-blue flowers over a long period in early summer. Scallop shaped, toothed leaves. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 10x40cm.
£3.99
1.00
Campanula poscharskyana 'E.H.Frost'
Bellflower
 1Lt
Not as spreading as the species, this lovely border edging plant forms tight mounds of leaves the radiating stems holding clusters of funnel-shaped, milky-lilac flowers; summer & autumn. For a well drained soil in a sunny site. 15cm. (6-8)
£3.99
4.00
Campanula poscharskyana variegated
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Campanula punctata rubrifolia
Bell Flower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Campanula punctata rubrifolia
Bell Flower
 7.5lt
£7.95
1.00
Campanula punctata rubrifolia 'Beetroot'
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
Showy 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.
£4.65
3.00
Campanula punctata rubrifolia 'Beetroot'
Bellflower
 7.5lt
£7.95
1.00
Campanula punctata rubrifolia 'Cherry Bells'
Bellflower
 2Lt
Herbaceous perennial with spreading stems carrying long, tubular, cherry-red flowers, white at the mouth & inside, which is also speckled red. Flowers summer. Toothed leaves form basal clumps. Well drained soil in sun. 60x60cm.
£5.45
2.00
Campanula 'Purple Sensation'
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Campanula pyramidalis
Chimney Bellflower
 1Lt
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.
£3.99
6.00
Campanula pyramidalis
Chimney Bellflower
 2Lt
£5.95
1.00
Campanula pyramidalis 'Alba'
Chimney Bellflower
 1Lt
The beautiful WHITE form the stiff stems clothed in huge, bell-shaped flowers. Statuesque perennial with large, heart-shaped basal leaves form a pyramid of foliage. Light well drained soil in sun. 150x60cm.
£3.99
2.00
Campanula rotundifolia 'Olympica'
Harebell
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Campanula speciosa
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
Like a dwarf Canterbury Bell. Erect, bristly spikes of bell-shaped MID-BLUE flowers; all summer. Usually monocarpic. Gritty, well drained soil in full sun. 45x45cm.
£4.65
1.00
Campanula 'Spring Bell'
Bellflower
13cm
Very hardy, bun forming perennial, smothered in a mass of upward facing electric blue bells, suffused white in the throat, continuously from April to September. Small, rounded, scallop-shaped leaves. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. Ideal for a pot. (4-9) 15cm.
£4.60
5.00
Campanula 'Summertime Blues'
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Campanula takesimana 'Elizabeth'
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
Huge, DROOPING, PURPLE-PINK BELLS smother the plant over a dense clump of large, heart-shaped, toothed leaves. Needs a sunny well drained site. 60x60cm. Flowers: July-September.
£4.70
11.00
Campanula trachelium alba
Bats in the Belfrey
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Campanula trachelium 'Bernice'
Nettle leaved Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Campanula zangezura
Ring Bellflower
 1Lt
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.
£3.99
6.00
Canna - generic
 2Lt
Cannas are tropical and subtropical flowering plants with large, banana-like leaves & showy flowers in shades of red, orange, yellows and pinks. Dramatic summer bedding plant for both containers and borders. Lift & store frost free in winter. Free draining soil in full sun.
£13.90
10.00
Canna 'Cannova Scarlet'
Indian Shot
 2Lt
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.
£7.25
1.00
Cardamine bulbifera
Coral Root Bittercress
 1.4Lt
Mid european species with a creeping, scaly rootstock with pairs of pinnate, toothed leaves having clusters of simple, four petalled, pink-purple flowers with the new leaves in spring. Bulbils are the held in the leaf axils. Humus rich, shady spot. (3-4)25cm
£4.95
7.00
Cardamine californica
Bittercress
 1.4Lt
(syn.Dentaria) Rare Californian woodlander with palmate, three-lobed leaves. Simple four-petalled, cup-shaped, palest pink to white flowers freely produced in spring. Summer dormant. Ordinary retentive soil with some shade. 30x45cm.
£4.65
11.00
Cardamine diphylla 'Eco Cut Leaf'
 1Lt
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
£4.65
8.00
Cardamine glanduligera
Bittercress
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
7.00
Cardamine heptaphylla 'Big White'
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.65
2.00
Cardamine raphanifolia
Ladies Smock
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Cardamine trifolia
 1.4Lt
Clusters of four-petalled WHITE flowers; April-June. Creeping rhizomes give rise to small, rounded, glossy leaves. Needs a moist soil in shade. 20x60cms.
£4.95
1.00
Cardamine waldsteinii
Bittercress
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
4.00
Cardamine yezoense B&SWJ 4659
 1.4Lt
£4.65
1.00
Cardiocrinum cathayanum
Giant Himalayan Lily
 1.4Lt
Huge spikes of flared, trumpet shaped green stained white flowers with a heavily purple marked throat, held on fat stems late summer. Takes 7-8 years to flowering, dies & produces offsets. Huge fleshy leaves. Cool, moist retentive soil with some shade. 150cm.
£10.80
1.00
Cardiocrinum giganteum (AGM)
Giant Lily
 2Lt
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.
£10.95
5.00
Caulophyllum thalictroides
Blue Cohosh
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
11.00
Caulophyllum thalictroides robustum
Blue Cohosh
 1.4Lt
From dry mountain woodlands in the Far East. Spreading rootstock with erect, purple flushed stems. Small spikes of greenish-brown flowers during April & May, followed by bright purple-blue berries. Woodland soil in part or full shade. (4-5) 80cm.
£4.95
1.00
Cautleya gracilis
Ginger Lily
 1.4Lt
Winter dormant, ginger relative with erect stems having stem clasping narrow leaves, red flushed on the reverses. Loose spikes of primrose yellow flowers peak out from red bracts mid to late summer. Rich, well drained soil in sun or shade & shelter. 90cm.
£4.95
9.00
Cautleya spicata
Hardy Ginger
 1.4Lt
Spikes of tubular, two-lipped yellow flowers held in reddish-maroon bracts. Broad, lance-shaped glossy-green leaves on stout stems. Moist, humus-rich soil in part shade. Mulch in winter. (8-9) 75cm.
£4.95
4.00
Centaurea atropurpurea
Cornflower
 2Lt
syn. benoistii. When grown dry this has basal clumps of finely divided, silver grey leaves. Tall stems with cornflower like darkest wine purple, slamost black flowers from midsummer. Light free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 150cm.
£5.45
10.00
Centaurea 'Caramia'
Knapweed
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
3.00
Centaurea 'Caramia'
Knapweed
 3Lt
£6.35
1.00
Centaurea 'Caramia'
Knapweed
 1Lt
£3.99
5.00
Centaurea dealbata
Cornflower
 2Lt
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.
£5.45
2.00
Centaurea 'Jordy'
Knapweed
 1.4Lt
Showy form of our native perennial, with large, spidery, darkest purple, almost black flowers;- mid to late summer over mounds of silver haired, elliptic leaves. Easy in any well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 30cm.
£4.65
2.00
Centaurea karabaghensis
Knapweed
 1.4Lt
Rarely seen species from Poland & Hungary with spreading mounds of finely divided grey-green leaves. Branched stems with good sized lilac cornflowers with a white eye;- summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 100cm.
£5.65
8.00
Centaurea macrocephala
Star Thistle
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
14.00
Centaurea montana
Mountain Knapweed
 2Lt
RICH BLUE, thistle-like heads surrounded by starry, trumpet-shaped petals; summer. Grown in gardens since 1596, this easily grown clump-former has jagged grey-green leaves. Well drained chalky soil in full sun. 45x60cms.
£6.95
3.00
Centaurea montana 'Black Sprite'
Cornflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
6.00
Centaurea montana 'Ochroleuca'
Knapweed
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Centaurea montana 'Purple Heart'
Cornflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Centaurea montana 'Violetta'
Cornflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
4.00
Centaurea nigra
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Centaurea sp. coll New York
Cornflower
 1.4Lt
Collected in New York, there are no native species found here so must be an import. Distinct perennial species with heavily branched stems topped cornflower like, mid-pink flowers throughout summer & autumn. Small clumps of basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-10) 75cm.
£4.70
4.00
Cephalaria sp.
Dipsacaceae
 1.4Lt
Grown from seed of currently unknown origin. Basal rosettes of hairy leaves from which emerge stout, upright stems topped with rounded heads composed of many flowers in summer. A very well drained soil in sun.
£4.95
8.00
Chaerophyllum hirsutum 'Roseum'
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
8.00
Chamaenerion angustifolium 'Album'
White Willowherb
 1.4Lt
SYN.EPILOBIUM. Strong growing, white counterpart of our native species. Racemes of open, saucer-shaped, white flowers held in green calyces; midsummer to early autumn. Spreading rhizomes. Rich well drained soil in sun or part shade. 150x90cm.
£4.35
8.00
Chamaenerion angustifolium 'Stahl Rose'
Rosebay Willowherb
 1.4Lt
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
£4.35
8.00
Chasmanthe floribunda
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Chasmanthe floribunda duckitii 'Golden Wave'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Chasmanthe floribunda 'Saturnes'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
8.00
Chelone glabra
Turtle Head
 2Lt
(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.
£6.35
1.00
Chelone lyonii
Turtle Head
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Chelone obliqua
Turtle's Head
 2Lt
Stiff, leafy stems with heads of WARM, DEEP LILAC-PINK hooded flowers lasting well even in bad weather. Fertile, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cms. Flowers: August-September.
£6.35
2.00
Chelone obliqua alba
Turtlehead
 2Lt
Stiff, leafy stems with heads of clear white, hooded flowers lasting well even in bad weather. Fertile, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cms. Flowers: August-September.
£6.35
4.00
Chelonopsis moschata
 1.4Lt
Penstemon-like, narrow, wine-red tubular flowers. A very unusual plant with dark green hairy leaves. Moist, shady site. 45x45cm. Flowers: July-September.
£4.65
7.00
Chromolaena arnottianum RCB-RA-L-2
Joe Pye Weed
 2Lt
Coll;- Escoipe Gorge, Salta province, Argentina. Unusual, rather lax species with somewhat trailing stems topped by small, flattened heads of Ageratum-like, powder-blue flowers;- late summer & autumn. Relatively untried in cultivation. (7-10) 90cm.
£5.95
8.00
Chrysanthemum 'Bronze Elegance
Hardy Perennial Chrysanth
 2Lt
A dense bushy plant with LIGHT BRONZE POM-POMS freely produced. Fertile soil in sun. 90x60cms. Flowers: September-October.
£6.35
2.00
Chrysanthemum 'Capel Manor'
Hardy Chrysanthemum
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
3.00
Chrysanthemum 'Clara Curtis'
Chrysanthemum.
 2Lt
Clusters of single, CLEAR PINK flowers on strong, well branched stems; August & September. Any reasonable, fertile soil; best in full sun. 60x45cms.
£6.35
4.00
Chrysanthemum 'Cottage Apricot'
rubellum Chrysanthemum
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Chrysanthemum 'Cottage Apricot'
rubellum Chrysanthemum
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Chrysanthemum 'Dixter Orange'
Chrysanthemum
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
3.00
Chrysanthemum 'Early Yellow'
Hardy Chrysanthemum
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
7.00
Chrysanthemum 'Mei-kyo'
Chrysanth
 2Lt
Dwarf, perenal chrysanth with clusters of small, fully double, pompom like, dusky pink flowers, overlaid with a copper wash;- late summer & autumn. Grey, lobed leaves. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 40x40cm.
£6.35
3.00
Chrysanthemum 'Mrs.Jessie Cooper'
Hardy Perennial Chrysanth
 1.4Lt
Forms a dense bushy evergreen plant with DUSKY-RED, SINGLE, YELLOW-EYED DAISIES; August & September. Fertile soil in sun or part shade. 75x60cms.
£4.35
1.00
Chrysanthemum 'Nantyderry Sunshine' (AGM)
Chrysanth
 2Lt
Very free flowering hybrid, with the whole bush smothered in small pom-pom-like golden yellow fully double daisies. Mounds of lobed, silver-grey leaves. Good autumnal colour. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 75cm.
£6.35
4.00
Chrysanthemum 'Peterkin'
Perennial Chrysanthemum
 1.4Lt
A compact evergreen with masses of small apricot pom-poms over a long period; August - October. Fertile soil in sun. 60x60cm.
£4.35
6.00
Chrysanthemum 'Peterkin'
Perennial Chrysanthemum
 2Lt
£6.45
9.00
Chrysosplenium davidianum
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Chrysosplenium macrophyllum
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.65
1.00
Cichorium intybus album
Chicory
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Cirsium ciliatum
Plume Thistle
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Cirsium rivulare atropurpureum
Plume Thistle
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.45
12.00
Cirsium rivulare 'Frosted Magic'
Pink Thistle
 1.4Lt
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)
£4.65
2.00
Cirsium rivulare 'Trevor's Blue Wonder'
 2Lt
This showy thistle, isn't exactly blue, but more violet-blue than the usual atropurpureum. Well branched white downy stems with bold, thistle like leaves, white on the undersides. Flowers over a long period throughout midsummer. Easy & long lived in any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 100cm.
£6.45
10.00
Clematis 'Arabella' (AGM) (I)
integrifolia Clematis
 3Lt
(Diversifolia) East European, non-clinging variety. Powder-blue flowers June- August. Prune hard late February. Cool, moist root run. Ht: to 1.5m
£11.95
2.00
Clematis 'Hakuree' (I)
 1.4Lt
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.
£10.50
3.00
Clematis integrifolia (I)
Herbaceous Clematis
 1.4Lt
Herbaceous, non climbing form with fragrant, nodding, bell-shaped, blue flowers with long recurving sepals. Suitable for growing among established shrubs etc. Prune hard late February. Any reasonable soil in sun. 2.0m. Flowers: June-September.
£0.00
1.00
Clematis integrifolia 'Alba' (I)
Clematis
 3Lt
A herbaceous clematis with nodding bell shaped white flowers which are tinged blue at the base. Flowers July to September. Prune hard in February. Rare in cultivation. Cool moist root run. Ht. to 60cm. Any aspect.
£11.95
2.00
Clematis tubulosa 'Wyevale' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
An herbaceous, non-climbing clematis with large, deeply 3-lobed, light green leaves & clusters of well scented, hyacinth-like, LIGHT TO MID BLUE flowers; August & September. Prune hard in late February. Fertile, humus-rich soil in sun. Ht. to 1m.
£7.25
5.00
Codonopsis affinis
twining bellflower
 1.4Lt
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
£4.95
2.00
Codonopsis cf. deltoidea SSSE86
Twining Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.65
1.00
Codonopsis obtusa
Bonnet Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
6.00
Codonopsis pilosula
Bonnet Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
6.00
Codonopsis pilosula modesta
Clustered Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
3.00
Codonopsis rotundifolia grandiflora
Twining Bellflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Commelina tuberosa
Widow's Tears
 1.4Lt
Erect stems topped with one sided heads of saucer-shaped, three petalled green flowers streaked with blue; in succession all summer. Glossy, rich green leaves. Hardy when established in a sheltered, well drained sunny site. 60x45cm.
£4.95
1.00
Convallaria keiskei
Lily of the Valley
 1Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Convallaria majalis (AGM)
Lily-Of-The-Valley
10cm
Popular perennial with stiff stems clothed in wonderfully fragrant, white, bell-shaped flowers; April-May. Best in moist soil in part shade. Spreads slowly. 15cms.x indefinite.
£4.50
18.00
Convallaria majalis 'Albostriata'
Lily of the Valley
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
3.00
Convallaria majalis 'Bridal Choice'
Lily of the Valley
 1.4Lt
Selected much larger form with bigger flowers & leaves. The superbly scented, bell shaped white flowers are more densely packed on the spikes. Likes a cool, moist, humus rich yet well drained soil in part or full shade. (3-4) 20cm.
£4.95
3.00
Convallaria majalis 'Geant de Fortin'
Lily of the Valley
 1.4Lt
(Lily of the Valley)A superior variety with much broader leaves and large tubby white fragrant bells in Spring.Later flowers.Ordinary soil in pt.shade.(4-5)
£4.95
5.00
Convallaria majalis 'Hofheim'
Lily of the Valley
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
4.00
Convallaria majalis 'Prolificans'
Lily-of-the Valley
 1Lt
Very floriferous form, with hanging, grape like bunches of small, bell shaped, double white flowers with an excellent scent during April & May. Pairs of ellptic, grey-green leaves. Retentive soil in part shade. (4-5)15cm.
£4.95
7.00
Convallaria majalis rosea
Lily of the Valley
 1.4Lt
Identical in habit to the well known white form but has attractive, short spikes of PINK flowers; April & May. Ordinary soil in part shade. 20x45cms.
£4.65
9.00
Convolvulus sabatius (AGM)
Convolvulus
 2Lt
syn. mauritanicus. Often seen growing in hanging baskets this trailing semi evergreen is surprisingly hardy in a warm, well drained spot. The oval leaves are finely silver haired. Flraed, trumpet-shaped sky blue flowers all summer to the frosts. (5-10)15x60
£9.95
1.00
Coreopsis 'Enchanted Eve'
Tickseed
 1Lt
(Li'l Bang Series) Small, dense, very hardy, mound forming tickseed with fine, thread like leaves covered in a profusion of single, ragged petalled, golden-yellow daisies d with an orange centre & purple strained eye, around the gold disc. Flowers all autumn. Sheltered, free draining spot in sun. (9-11) 25x45cm.
£3.99
7.00
Coreopsis 'Fool's Gold'
Tickseed
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
4.00
Coreopsis 'Galaxy'
Tickseed
 1.4Lt
(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.
£4.65
1.00
Coreopsis grandiflora 'Domino'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Coreopsis 'Hot Paprika'
 1Lt
(Sizzle & Spice series) Dwarf, very free flowering & hardy tickseed with mounds of thread like leaves. Large, single, hot paprika red, ragged petalled daisies wiith a small gold disc,freely borne; mid summer to late autumn. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. 45x45cms
£3.99
9.00
Coreopsis 'Orange Elf'
 1Lt
(Li'l Bang Series) Dwarf, very free flowering & hardy tickseed with mounds of thread like leaves. Large, single, rich orange, ragged petalled daisies with golden tips & small gold disc, freely borne mid summer to late autumn. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. 45x45cms
£3.99
10.00
Coreopsis 'Red Elf'
Tickseed
 3Lt
(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.
£6.95
4.00
Coreopsis 'Sterntaler'
Tickseed
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Coreopsis 'Stralight'
 1Lt
(Li'l Bang Series) Dwarf, very free flowering & hardy tickseed with mounds of thread like leaves. Large, single, white , ragged petalled daisies with a burgundy star & small gold disc, freely borne throughout autumn. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. 45x45cms
£3.99
7.00
Coreopsis verticillata 'Creme Brulee'
Tickseed
 2Lt
Distinct colour break a cross between 'Moonbeam' & Grandiflora'. Softest golden flowers the colour of buttermilk are held on wll branched stems in profusion during midsummer into autumn. Finely cut leaves. Well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 75cm.
£5.45
6.00
Coreopsis verticillata 'Grandiflora' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
8.00
Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam' (AGM)
Tickseed
 1.4Lt
Long lasting display of single, PRIMROSE-YELLOW daisies; April to September. A bushy, well branched perennial with small, needle-like leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun. 45x30cms.
£4.70
2.00
Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam' (AGM)
Tickseed
 3Lt
£6.45
1.00
Coreopsis verticillata 'Solar Dance'
Tickseed
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Coreopsis verticillata 'Zagreb'
Tickseed
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
24.00
Cortusa caucasica 'Alba'
Cortusa
 1Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Cortusa matthioli congesta
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Cortusa matthioli matthioli
 1Lt
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.
£4.65
4.00
Cortusa matthioli pekinensis
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Corydalis buschii
 1Lt
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.
£4.35
10.00
Corydalis cava
 1Lt
(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.
£4.35
4.00
Corydalis elata
 2Lt
A plant collected at the same time as the now familiar C.flexuosa but is proving much more tricky to grow. It slowly forms clumps of finely cut fern like leaves topped by beautiful intense blue flowers. Rich peaty well drained soil in part shade. 30x30cm.(5-6
£6.95
3.00
Corydalis flexuosa 'China Blue' CD&R 528c
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
1.00
Corydalis flexuosa 'Pere David' CD&R 528b
 1.4Lt
Dainty plants with fern-like foliage & beautiful, tubular, rich blue-purple flowers. Requires woodland-like, cool conditions. 45cms. Flowers: March-April
£4.35
1.00
Corydalis flexuosa 'Pere David' CD&R 528b
 1Lt
£3.99
5.00
Corydalis flexuosa 'Purple Leaf' CD&R 528a
 1Lt
Beautiful plant for woodland shade. Feathery foliage more purple than type. Delicate clusters of ELECTRIC-BLUE, tubular blooms in spring. Requires humus-rich, retentive soil in part shade. Unusual species. 30x45cms.
£3.99
4.00
Corydalis heterocarpa japonica
Fumewort
 1.4Lt
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. 
£4.35
5.00
Corydalis malkensis (AGM)
Corydalis
 1Lt
Slow spreading woodland perennial forming tubers. In spring a mound of delicate finely round lobed grey green leaves erupts with short spikes of narrowly cigar shaped pure white flowers;- February & March. Dormant by early summer. Woodland in shade.(2-3) 10cm.
£4.45
8.00
Corydalis 'Tory M.P'
Corydalis
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
2.00
Corydalis 'Tory M.P'
Corydalis
 2Lt
£5.95
1.00
Crambe cordifolia (AGM)
 2Lt
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!
£6.95
2.00
Crambe maritima
Sea Kale
 2Lt
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.
£9.50
6.00
Cremanthodium arnicoides
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
8.00
Crinum x powellii (AGM)
 3Lt
Hardiest variety with bulbs eventually reaching football size. Strap like leaves & stout stems topped by clusters of rich rose-pink sweetly scented trumpet shaped flowers over several weeks. Best planted at the foot of a sunny wall in rich soil.
£7.45
9.00
Crinum x powellii 'Bak-Madder'
Crinum
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
2.00
Crinum x powellii 'Harlemense'
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
8.00
Crinum x powellii 'Krelagei'
Crinum
 2Lt
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.
£5.95
8.00
Crocosmia 'Bressingham Blaze'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Crocosmia 'Golden Ballerina'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
One of the most distinct form available with huge, reflexing, erythronium like, rich golden yellow flowers from bright orange buds;- late summer. Fine, ribbed, pale green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 90cm.
£4.65
2.00
Crocosmia 'Hellfire'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
8.00
Crocosmia 'Lady Ann'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
Two ranked spikes of arching, narrowly tubular, glowing orange flowers with a ruby red ring around a gold throat, from mid to late summer. They are held on dark stems. Fans of upright, sword like leaves. Retentive,w ell drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 60cm.
£4.70
7.00
Crocosmia 'Lucifer' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Arching sprays of STUNNING FLAME-RED flowers on wiry stems; August-October. Clump forming cormous perennial with soft, sword like leaves. Humus-rich, moist yet drained soils in sun or part shade. 120x30cms.
£4.65
6.00
Crocosmia 'Ministar'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
Rather attractive form with alternate petals light & dark orange. The whole inside is a rich gold. They are held on dark brown-purple stems from mid to late summer. Erect fans of narrow, leathery green, sword like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 60cm.
£4.70
8.00
Crocosmia 'Ministar'
Montbretia
 2Lt
£6.75
2.00
Crocosmia 'Mistral'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
Arching spikes of small, narrow trumpet-shaped deepest red flowers, one of the darkest cultivars available. Fans of narrow, sword-like pale-green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-8) 75cm.
£4.35
1.00
Crocosmia paniculata 'Cally Greyleaf'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.45
8.00
Crocosmia 'Paul's Best Yellow'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
Quite outstanding introduction with large spikes of individually very large rich golden-yellow flowers. the whole head is open at the same time making it more impressive. Fans of narrow leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. 90cm.
£4.70
5.00
Crocosmia 'Prince of Orange'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
Arching spikes of widely flared, intense glowing orange flowers with a bright gold eye. Has a ring of rich burgundy markings in the throat. Contrasting cream stamens. Erect fans of fresh-green, sword-like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-9) 45cm.
£4.70
6.00
Crocosmia 'Scarlatti'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
Arching, one sided spikes of widely flared, rich scarlet-red flowers during mid to late summer. Conspicuous yellow stamens. They are held well clear of the sword like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 75cm.
£4.70
11.00
Crocosmia 'Walberton Red'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
Much like an improved 'Lucifer' with arching spikes of flared, glowing tomato-red flowers with just the tiniest gold throat. They are held on purple flushed stems during mid to late summer. Erect fans of broad, pleated, sword-like leaves. well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 90cm.
£4.95
4.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'African Glow'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
Very vigorous, fast multiplying hybrid with short sprays of trumpet shaped rich golden-yellow flowers from deeper buds;- mid to late summer. Narrow fans of sword like leaves. Best in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-8) 75cm.
£4.70
12.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Buttercup'
Montbrtia
 1.4Lt
Arching sprays of butter-yellow tubular flared flowers during midsummer. Fans of narrow fresh-green leaves. Very popular, but needs good living, as like most yellow forms can be a little prone to rust. Retentive, free draining soil in sun. (7-9) 75cm.
£4.65
4.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Buttercup'
Montbrtia
 2Lt
£6.35
1.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Carmin Brilliant' (AGM)
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
11.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Carmin Brilliant' (AGM)
Montbretia
 2Lt
£6.75
6.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Citronella'
Montbretia
 2Lt
Older, less robust variety, now a little prone to rust but still sought after. Arching sprays of narrowly tubular soft lemon yellow flowers during mid to late summer. Erect fans of narrow green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 60cm.
£6.75
1.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Comet'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
5.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Emberglow'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
An attractive iris-like bulbous plant. The narrow ribbed leaves form fans topped by arching stems carrying narrow tubular BRIGHT RED, FLARED FLOWERS. Grows in any reasonable not too dry soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cm. Flowers: July-August,
£4.65
2.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Emberglow'
Montbretia
 3Lt
£6.45
1.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Emily McKenzie'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
Arching, wiry stems topped with spectacular sprays of lily-like, DARK ORANGE FLOWERS WITH RED SPLASHES; June to September. Clumps of fan-like, lance shaped leaves. Vigorous & hardy. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 60x20cms.
£4.70
2.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Emily McKenzie'
Montbretia
 2Lt
£6.75
1.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'George Davison'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
Arching spikes of rather small, widely flared deep-yellow flowers, flushed deeper on the reverses. Upright, rust free leaves. Clump former for well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 75cm.
£4.65
1.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'George Davison'
Montbretia
 3Lt
£6.45
1.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Goldfinch'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Norwich Canary'
Montbretia
 2Lt
(syn.Lady Wilson) From sword-like fans of dark green leaves arise branched stems topped with crests of small, pale golden-yellow flared trumpets. Any not too dry soil in sun or part shade. 60x30cm. Flowers: July-August.
£6.75
2.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Saracen'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
8.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Star of The East' (AGM)
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
Arching sprays of large, apricot-yellow flowers with a paler throat & deeper flushes at the petal tips; August-September. Sheaves of lance-shaped leaves. Fertile, humus-rich, moist yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 90cms.
£4.65
2.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Voyager'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
4.00
Cynanchum ascyrifolium
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Cynara cardunculus (Scolymus Group) 'Gros Vert De Laon'
Cardoon
 3Lt
Although rather similar visually to the species, this bold architectural plant has better edible flowerheads. Big mounds of bold, pinnate, silvery-grey leaves topped by large purple thistles with large bracts. Fertile, well drained soil in full sun. 150cm
£6.95
14.00
Cynara cardunculus (Scolymus Group) 'Vert Globe'
Cardoon
 1.4Lt
A reliable heritage variety of Globe Artichoke producing fine quality globes that can be harvested small or large. If left open to large, blue thistle like flowers. Mounds of toothed, steely-grey basal leaves. Perennial in habit. Any reasonably drained soil in a sunny position. 180x90cm.
£4.45
17.00
Cynoglossum nervosum
Hound's Tongue
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
9.00
Dactylicapnos sp. NJM12.042
Climbing Dicentra
 2Lt
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.
£7.75
1.00
Dahlia 'Advance'
Dahlia
 2Lt
(Informal decorative) Large (to 20cm) Showy, fully double blooms the salmon-pink petals fading to a creamy yellow at the edges; July until frost. Attractive to bees. Good cut flower. For a fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun. Protect tubers in winter. To: 120cms
£6.45
4.00
Dahlia 'Arabian Night'
(Decorative Small)
 2Lt
Clumps of fresh green divided leaves are heavily flushed smokey-purple. Long show of double, RICH DEEP BURGUNDY-RED flowers throughout summer into autumn. Not reliably hardy; lift & store tubers in late autumn. Well cultivated soil in sun. 90x60cm.
£6.45
11.00
Dahlia australis
Dahlia
 2Lt
Mexican tree Dahlia growing off last years woody stems. Finely cut, feathery, hairy, dark-green leaves. Simple, single, lilac-purple flowers with a yellow eye;- late summer to the frosts. Needs to be kept frost free in winter.Ht to 2mtrs.
£6.95
1.00
Dahlia 'Bantling'
Dahlia
 2Lt
(Pom pom) Neat, rounded, fully double, vibrant orange blooms from July through till frosts. Attractive to bees. Good cut flower. For a fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun. Protect tubers in winter. To: 90cms.
£6.45
1.00
Dahlia 'Bishop Of Llandaff'
 2Lt
Tuberous perennial with bronze-green leaves toning well with the single, dark red flowers produced from June until frosts. Lift & store tubers in a frost-free place in early autumn. Reasonably drained soil in a sunny position. 1.0m.
£6.45
10.00
Dahlia 'Cornish Ruby'
Dahlia
 2Lt
rather a misleading name for a hybrid close to many species. Larger than the species this has single, pointed petalled dark dusky pink-purple flowers with slightly twisting petals from midsummer to the frosts. Finely divided, cut green leaves. Needs a sheltered, sunny spot or lift tubers in winter. (6-10) 120cm.
£6.45
1.00
Dahlia cuspidata
Dahlia
 2Lt
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.
£7.35
3.00
Dahlia 'Dark Butterfly'
Dahlia
 2Lt
(Orchid Grp) Semi-double flowers are a fascinating blend of pink shades overlaid with soft yellow. The reverse of the longish petals is a dark plum. Green foliage. Good cut flower attracting bees & butterflies. Plant in a moist, yet free draining, fertile soil in sun or part shade. Lift & store tubers in winter. 120x45cms.
£7.40
3.00
Dahlia 'Dazzling Magic'
Dahlia
 2Lt
(Decorative medium flowered) Large (to 20cm), fully double blooms the warm yellow petals fading to a brilliant tomato red at the centre; June until frosts. Attractive to bees. Good cut flower. For a fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun. Protect tubers in winter. To: 90cms.
£6.45
5.00
Dahlia 'Edinburgh'
Dahlia
 2Lt
(Small decorative) Neat, formal heads of rich claret tipped white flowers; June until frosts. Attractive to bees. Good cut flower. For a fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun. Protect tubers in winter. To: 100cms
£6.45
2.00
Dahlia 'Grandalia White'
Dahlia
 2Lt
Compact, rounded, semi-hardy perennial well covered in up-facing, double, white flowers flushed cream at the centre; June until frosts. Glossy green foliage. Ideal for containers or borders. Tubers require winter protection. Fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun or dappled shade. To: 45x45cms.
£6.95
3.00
Dahlia 'Happy Days Red'
Dahlia
 2Lt
Well covered in single, outward acing, rich red flowers with yellow stamens; June until frosts. Mounds of finely pinnate, deep chocolate-brown leaves. Store tubers frost free through winter. For a fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun or light shade. 30x30 cm. 
£6.95
4.00
Dahlia imperialis
Bell Tree Dahlia
 2Lt
Very imposing foliage plant, only flowering in long, hot summers, but what foliage. Huge, imposing mounds of finely cut, glaucous silver leaves like a huge Melianthus. Good sized single pink flowers if you are lucky. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (10-12) 280cm.
£6.95
10.00
Dahlia 'Karma Choc'
Dahlia
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
9.00
Dahlia 'Kordessa'
Dahlia
 2Lt
(Decorative) Impressive variety the large (to 5") double flowers the quilled pink petals suffusing to white at the centre; June until frosts. Rich green, glossy foliage. For a humus rich, fertile, retentive soil in sun or part shade. Best if tubers are lifted & stored frost free in winter. 120x60cms
£6.45
3.00
Dahlia 'Mel's Orange Marmalade'
Dahlia
 2Lt
(Fimbriated / Cactus) Eye catching, brilliant marmalade orange, double blooms with fimbriated petals; June - October. Good cut flower attractive to bees & butterflies. Green foliage. Lift & store tubers in winter. Moist yet free draining, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 100x60cms.
£7.40
5.00
Dahlia rudis
Dahlia
 2Lt
Uncommon Mexican species, growing annually to 2m on thick black-purple stems. Large, much divided dark green leaves. Fairly large purple pink single flowers with broad, overlapping, pointed petals & yellow eye during autumn. Needs a very sheltered spot or mulch or lift in winter. (6-10) Ht to 200cm.
£9.35
1.00
Dahlia 'Salmon Runner'
Dahlia - decorative
 2Lt
(Formal decorative) Abundance of lovely, neat, double, rich salmon blooms with excellent weather resistance; June until frosts. Rich green, glossy foliage. For a humus rich, fertile, retentive soil in sun or part shade. Best if tubers are lifted & stored frost free in winter. 100x60cms
£6.45
2.00
Dahlia 'Temptation Orange'
 2Lt
(Decorative) Shorter growing variety the burnt orange fading to gold double blooms contrasting well against glossy, purple-bronze foliage. Attractive to bees & butterflies. Ideal for containers or front of border. Dead head & feed regularly. Lift tubers & store frost free in winter. Reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cms.
£6.75
7.00
Dahlia 'Twyning's After Eight' (AGM)
Dahlia
 2Lt
Tall, narrowly upright Dahlia with one of the darkest brown leaves. Large single white flowers take on a slight pink flush;- June to the frosts. Mulch tubers in winter or lift. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-10) 90cm.
£7.40
1.00
Dahlia 'Witten'
Dahlia - decorative
 2Lt
(Decorative) Beautiful, large, double, brilliant white blooms with a soft lilac sheen; June until frosts. Good cut flower. Rich green, glossy foliage. For a humus rich, fertile, retentive soil in sun or part shade. Best if tubers are lifted & stored frost free in winter. 100x60cms
£6.45
4.00
Dahlia 'Wizard of Oz'
Dahlia
 2Lt
(Pom Pom) Upright stems topped with neat, pom-pom heads of pastel pale & rose pink blooms; June - October. Attractive to bees & butterflies. Good cut flower. Green foliage. Lift and store tubers in winter. moist yet free draining soil in sun or part shade.
£7.40
1.00
Dalea candida
 1.4Lt
£5.35
9.00
Dalea purpurea
Prairie Clover
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
8.00
Darmera peltata (AGM)
Umbrella Plant
 2Lt
(syn.Peltiphyllum) Striking, rounded heads of 5-petalled lilac-pink flowers held on long, stiff, upright stems; before the leaves in April-May. Large parasol-type, deeply lobed & conspicuously veined, dark green leaves turning red in autumn. Damp areas. To 1.5m.
£6.35
4.00
Darmera peltata 'Nana'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Dasylirion miquihuanense F&M 321
 2Lt
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.
£13.95
5.00
Delphinium (Belladonna Group) 'Cliveden Beauty'
 2Lt
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
£5.45
4.00
Delphinium Blue Bird Group
(Pacific Giant)
 1Lt
Magnificent spires of clear, bright blue flowers with a white eye. Stately plants for the back of border. Enriched, moisture retentive soil in sun or part shade. 1.8m (6-7)
£3.99
6.00
Delphinium Blue Bird Group
(Pacific Giant)
 2Lt
£5.45
6.00
Delphinium 'Blue Lace' (New Millennium Series)
Larkspur
 2Lt
(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.
£5.95
1.00
Delphinium elatum 'Sweethearts' (New Millen. series)
Larkspur
 1Lt
Bold, impressive New Zealand hybrid breeding reasonably true from seed. well packed spikes of double, dusky pink flowers with a white 'bee' during midsummer. Basal clumps of much divided basal leaves. Best in a well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 150cm.
£3.99
2.00
Delphinium Galahad Group
Larkspur
 2Lt
Seed raised strain offering bold spikes of semi-double, pure white flowers with a white bee, borne from early to midsummer. Basal clumps of much divided, dark-green leaves. Beware of slugs. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 150x45cm.
£5.45
9.00
Delphinium Guinevere Group
(Pacific Giant)
 1Lt
Magnificent spires of rosy lavender blooms with a white bee. Stately plants for the back of the border. Deep, enriched, retentive soil in sun or part shade. 1.8m. Flowers:June-July
£3.99
3.00
Delphinium Guinevere Group
(Pacific Giant)
 2Lt
£5.45
8.00
Delphinium hotulae
Larkspur
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
5.00
Delphinium 'Misty Mauves'
Larkspur
 2Lt
(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.
£5.45
1.00
Delphinium 'Morgentau'
Larkspur
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
1.00
Delphinium Summer Skies Group
(Pacific Giant)
 2Lt
Magnificent spires of CLEAR LIGHT BLUE WITH A WHITE BEE. Stately plants for the back of border. Enriched, moisture retentive soil in sun or part shade. 1.8m. Flowers: June-July.
£5.45
6.00
Dianella caerulea
Flax Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Dianella caerulea 'Little Jess'
Flax
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
4.00
Dianella revoluta 'Coolvista'
Dwarf Flax Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.65
2.00
Dianella revoluta 'Little Rev'
Flax
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
5.00
Dianthus 'Candy Floss'
Garden Pink
 1Lt
Compact variety the stiff, grey stems topped with clusters of candy-floss pink, frilly, very fragrant, double flowers; May - August. Dead head regularly. Clumps of evergreen, needle like, grey foliage. Free draining soil in sun or part shade. 30x30cms.
£3.99
1.00
Dianthus 'Candy Floss'
Garden Pink
1.5lt
£4.10
3.00
Dianthus carthusianorum 'Rupert's Pink'
Pink
 1Lt
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.
£4.35
7.00
Dianthus 'Constance'
(Historical Pink)
 1.4Lt
Semi-double pale pink heavily flushed & zoned reddish-pink; slightly fragrant. Makes a good edging plant; best effect in groups. Well drained, sunny position. Ht:40cms (16ins).
£4.10
8.00
Dianthus 'Hereford Butter Market'
Pink
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
8.00
Dianthus 'Tickled Pink' (Scent First Series)
Pink
 1.4Lt
Compact variety the firm, grey stems topped with clusters of spicy fragrant, double, lavender pink blloms; May - September. Dead head regularly.. Needle like, grey green, evergreen foliage. Requires a fre draining soil in sun or part shade 30x30cms.
£3.99
1.00
Diascia personata
Twinflower
 1.4Lt
Very unusal, tall upright growing Diascia with woodyish stems & toothed green leaves. Airy, billowing spikes of two lipped dusky-pink flowers from June to the frosts. Surprisingly hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-10) 90cm.
£4.45
3.00
Dicentra canadensis
Squirrel Corn
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
5.00
Dicentra cucullaria
Dutchman's Breeches
 1Lt
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.
£4.95
12.00
Dicentra cucullaria 'Pink Punk'
Stagger Corn
 1Lt
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.
£4.95
11.00
Dicentra cucullaria 'Pittsburg'
Dutchman's Breeches
 1Lt
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.
£5.65
6.00
Dicentra formosa 'Bacchanal' (AGM)
Bleeding Heart
 1.4Lt
Dangling RED lockets on short sprays over along period; May to October. Forms a low spreading mound of finely divided, slightly glaucous, fleshy foliage. Humus rich moist yet well drained soil in part shade. 30x45cm.
£4.65
2.00
Dicentra 'King Of Hearts'
Bleeding Hearts
 1Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Dicentra 'Luxuriant' (AGM)
Bleeding Heart
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
13.00
Dicentra 'Luxuriant' (AGM)
Bleeding Heart
 2Lt
£6.75
5.00
Dicentra 'Luxuriant' (AGM)
Bleeding Heart
11cm
£4.65
24.00
Dierama atrum
 1.4Lt
A striking, tall hybrid rarely seen in cultivation. Erect fans of semi evergreen, sword like leaves. Tall, strongly arching stems are laden with hanging, widely bell-shaped, flared, rich plum-black flowers, held in silver calyces during late summer. Untried outside. (7-8) 90x30cm.
£5.95
1.00
Dierama 'Blue Belle'
Angels Fishing Rods
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.65
1.00
Dierama 'Candy Stripe'
 1.4Lt
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)
£5.35
4.00
Dierama cooperi
African Harebell
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
1.00
Dierama dracomontanum
Angels Fishing Rods
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
4.00
Dierama formosum
African Harebell
 1.4Lt
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
£5.95
6.00
Dierama igneum
Angel's Fishing Rods
 1.4Lt
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.
£6.75
6.00
Dierama mossii
Angel's Fishing Rod
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
1.00
Dierama pauciflorum
Angel's Fishing Rod
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.65
2.00
Dierama pulcherrimum
Fairies Wand
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.45
7.00
Dierama 'Spring Dancer'
Angels Fishing Rod
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
2.00
Dierama trichorhizum
Angel's Fishing Rod
 1.4Lt
Rather a delicate high alpine species which should be reliably hardy. Produces a rather erect spike of flared light purple-mauve flowers on willowy stems. Slowly spreads by bulbs. Retentive, yet wel drained soil in full sun. (6-7) 40cm.
£5.45
10.00
Digitalis ferruginea 'Gigantea'
Giant Rusty Foxglove
 1.4Lt
A huge form of this perennial foxglove erect spikes of narrow, tubular, YELLOW-BROWN flowers tinged rose & gold in the throat. Rosettes of fresh green, basal leaves. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 150x45cm. Flowers: Late summer.
£4.70
2.00
Digitalis grandiflora (AGM)
Perennial Foxglove
 1.4Lt
Spikes of tubular, CREAMY-YELLOW flowers; summer. Evergreen. A pleasing, short, clump-forming, evergreen foxglove. Any reasonable fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60cms.
£4.45
7.00
Digitalis lutea
Straw foxglove
 1.4Lt
(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.
£4.80
2.00
Digitalis parviflora
Foxglove
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
6.00
Digitalis purpurea
Foxglove
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
6.00
Digitalis purpurea
Foxglove
 3Lt
£6.45
2.00
Digitalis purpurea 'Camelot Rose'
Foxglove
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
6.00
Digitalis purpurea 'Dalmatian Peach'
Dalmatian Foxglove
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Digitalis purpurea 'Dalmation Purple'
Foxglove
 1.4Lt
Striking foxglove with whorled, fat spikes of large, bell-shaped purple 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.
£4.45
4.00
Digitalis purpurea 'Dalmation White'
Foxglove
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
4.00
Digitalis purpurea Excelsior Group
Foxglove
 3Lt
Elegant, tall spikes of white, cream, pink, primrose or purple shades each flower spotted within & held horizontally evenly spaced round the stem; early summer. Basal clumps of large, ovate leaves. Self-seeds freely. Best in humus-rich soil in part shade. 1.25m.
£6.45
1.00
Digitalis purpurea Excelsior Group
Foxglove
 1Lt
£3.99
7.00
Digitalis purpurea 'White Carousel'
White Foxglove
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Digitalis x mertonensis (AGM)
Perennial Foxglove
 1.4Lt
(D.purpurea x D.grandiflora) Spikes of large foxglove flowers of unusual ROSY-MAUVE & COPPER-BUFF. Divide after flowering to maintain stock. Breeds true from seed. Any reasonable soil; best in part-shade. Ht:60cms. Flowers:June-August.
£4.45
9.00
Disporopsis pernyi
 2Lt
(syn.Polygonatum cyrtonema) Only recently introduced from China this unusual evergreen has dark mottled stems with pairs of waxy leaves. Large, WHITE, flared flowers have a wonderful citrus scent. Humus-rich soil in cool shade. 45x45cm. Flowers: May-June.
£6.95
6.00
Disporum leucanthum
Fairy Bells
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
1.00
Disporum megalanthum
Fairy Bells
 2Lt
Clump-forming perennial with broad, glossy, fleshy, bright green leaves on arching stems. Hanging, white, bell-shaped flowers appear in late spring and early summer, followed by blue-black fruit Slowly spreads via rhizomes. Prefers a cool, semi shaded site in humus rich, retentive yet drained soil. 60cm. Central China
£6.95
5.00
Disporum megalanthum CD&R 2412b
Fairy Bells
 1.4Lt
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
£5.35
1.00
Dodecatheon clevelandii insulare
Island Shooting Star
 1Lt
Small, diminutive species with nodding, soft-pink flowers, with swept back, reflexed petals & yellow mouth. Late spring. Basal rosettes of spathe-shaped, pale-green leaves. Retentive soil in part shade. (5-6) 20cm.
£4.65
1.00
Dodecatheon jeffreyi pygmaeum
Shooting Star
 1Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Dodecatheon pauciflorum
Shooting Star
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Doronicum 'Little Leo'
 1.4Lt
Compact variety well covered in 5cm, semi-double blooms of bright yellow; good early flowerer in spring. Clump forming perennial with rich-green leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 30-35cms.
£4.45
6.00
Doronicum 'Little Leo'
1.5lt
£4.45
2.00
Dracocephalum argunense 'Fuji Blue'
Dragons Head
 1Lt
Branching spikes of hooded, purple-blue flowers from June to August. Forms a clump of narrow leaves. Needs a well drained soil in sun. 30x45cm.
£3.99
3.00
Dracunculus canariensis
Dragon Arum
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
6.00
Dracunculus canariensis
Dragon Arum
 2Lt
£6.45
9.00
Dracunculus vulgaris
Dragon Arum
 2Lt
Tuberous perennial producing huge, (60cm+) cuckoo-pint-like, foul smelling, maroon purple, open spathes with an erect, almost black spike; spring or summer. Large, dark green, ovate, brown-spotted basal leaves. Humus-rich, well drained soil in sun.
£7.95
3.00
Dystaenia takesimana
Wild Korean Celery, Korean Pig Plant
 2Lt
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.
£5.95
4.00
Echeveria peacockii
 2Lt
Short stemmed succulent, with rosettes of fleshy intensely white frosted leaves with red tips & margins. One sided spikes of nodding, narrow bell-shaped red-pink flowers on red stems. KEEP FROST FREE. Good in pots. Ht 30cm.
£7.95
1.00
Echinacea 'Cleopatra'
Coneflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.45
6.00
Echinacea 'Delicious Candy'
Coneflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.45
2.00
Echinacea 'Moodz Satisfy'
Coneflower
 2Lt
Very bushy variety well covered in large, many petalled, single, rich orange 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.
£7.95
1.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Doubledecker'
Coneflower
 1.4Lt
Seed raised plants with a single lilac-pink flower with a bronze cone often having a secon row of petals on top of the crown;- mid to late summer. Often in the first season they are single. Retentive, well drained siul in sun. (8-10) 90cm.
£4.95
4.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Kim's Knee High'
Coneflower
 1.4Lt
Much shorter than the well known species. The flowers are clear-pink, with a red tipped orange cone. flowers first in early summer, often with a second flush on slightly taller stems. (6-8) 60cm.
£4.70
8.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Milkshake'
Coneflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
2.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Powwow Wild Berry'
Cone flower
 2Lt
Stiff, upright stems topped with large (10cm) rayed daisies which open a soft white pink and mature through rose to a rich magenta with a bronze, central cone; July-Sept. Highly attractive to bees & butterflies. Multi stemmed, clump former for a freely drained yet retentive soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cms.
£6.95
5.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Prairie Splendor'
Coneflower
 1.4Lt
Dwarf, compact seed raised strain, bred in America for it's late flowering & heavily branched shorter stems topped by large, slightly variable, dusky to deep pink flowers with a bronze purple cone;- September & October. Sandy soil in sun. (9-10) 45cm.
£4.95
3.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Primadonna Deep Pink'
Coneflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Rubinstern' (AGM)
Cone flower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
6.00
Echinacea simulata
Wavy Leaf Coneflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.40
10.00
Echinacea ''Starlight'
Cone Flower
 1.4Lt
Clump forming perennial the firm, upright stems topped with large (to 7cm) rayed, vibrant carmine rose flowers with a yellow bronze cone; over a long period from August on. Elliptic green leaves. Prairie plant requiring a very free draining soil in sun or part shade. To: 75-90cms.
£4.65
1.00
Echinacea ''Starlight'
Cone Flower
 1Lt
£3.99
4.00
Echinops bannaticus 'Blue Globe'
Globe Thistle
 1.4Lt
(syn.E.ritroBlue Ball'). Steel-blue, globular heads on grey stems from a base a green-grey, jagged leaves. Excellent contrast plant for reasonably drained soil in full sun. 120x60cms.
£4.45
4.00
Echinops ritro (AGM)
Globe Thistle
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
3.00
Echinops ritro 'Veitch's Blue'
Globe Thistle
 1.4Lt
A statuesque upright perennial with rounded thistle like PURPLE-BLUE HEADS of tightly packed flowers ON SILVERY STEMS. Pale sage-green leaves are deeply divided & downy beneath. Poor soil in full sun. 120x75cm. Flowers: Late summer
£4.95
1.00
Echinops sphaerocephalus 'Arctic Glow'
Globe Thistle
 1.4Lt
Showy perennial with spherical heads of pale lilac-white flowers on burgundy-red stems; late summer. Basal clumps of silver backed, thistle-like leaves. Good on even the poorest of soils in sun. 150x90cm.
£4.70
8.00
Echinops tjanschanicus
Globe Thistle
 2Lt
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.
£6.85
1.00
Epimedium 'Akebono'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
A Japanese hybrid with grandiflora in it's breeding. The large spidery flowers are subtely blended white & pink. The deciduous leaves are heavily flushed red when young. Compact clump former for retentive soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 30cm.
£5.95
3.00
Epimedium 'Alabaster'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
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
£5.35
2.00
Epimedium 'Amber Queen'
Bishops Mitre
 1.4Lt
£5.95
3.00
Epimedium 'Buckland Spider'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Deciduous hybrid derived from grandiflorum with nodding, large, spidery dusky pink flowers over mounds of rounded leaflets, rich copper bronze in spring. Tolerant of drier condition sin part or full shade. (3-5) 35cm.
£5.95
2.00
Epimedium chlorandrum
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
4.00
Epimedium Creeping Yellow
Bishops Mitre
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
2.00
Epimedium 'Darrell's Pink'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
7.00
Epimedium 'Darrell's Spiny Yellow'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
May relate to what is sold in the US as wushanense Spiny forms. Evergreen clumps of long, narrow, elliptic, spiny leaves, rich copper-brown during spring, dark green & leathery through summer. Well branched stems with good sized, two toned soft yellow flowers. Humus rich soil in part shade. (4-5) 35cm.
£5.95
12.00
Epimedium diphyllum
Bishops Mitre
 2Lt
Semi-evergreen mats of leathery pale-green leaves with spineless margins. Racemes of pendulous bell-shaped white flowers with reflexed petals in late spring & early summer. Japanese. Humus rich soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 45cm.
£6.95
1.00
Epimedium ecalcaratum Og 93.082
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Chinese species, with evergreen leaves strongly flushed purple in winter. Long spikes of spurless, bonnet-shaped yellow flowers in spring, often continuing into summer. Retentive soil which never dries out in part or full shade. (3-6) 40cm.
£5.95
4.00
Epimedium 'Fire Dragon'
Barrenwort
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
3.00
Epimedium flavum
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Robust Chinese form, with spikes of large primrose-yellow flowers through late spring, well into summer. Large, toothed leaves take on good spring & autumn colour. retentive soil which never dries out in sun. (4-7) 40cm.
£5.45
10.00
Epimedium 'Flowers Of Sulphur'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Strong growing hybrid frm Robin White, this has nodding good sized sulphure yellow flowers, almost blaeching white at the tips;- mid to late spring. Glossy pointed leaves are bronze in spring turning copper bronze in autumn, but soundly evergreen. Retentive, never dry soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 40cm.
£5.95
20.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'Elfenkonigin'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
(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.
£5.45
7.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'French Braid'
Mitrewort
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
5.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'Red Beauty'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
1.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'White Queen' (AGM)
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.45
1.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'White Queen' (AGM)
Bishop's Mitre
 2Lt
£6.95
1.00
Epimedium 'Jean O'Neill'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Selected at Spinners Nursery, this is probably an acuminatum x davidii hybrid. acuminatum like large cream flowers, suffused yellow with violet sepals, overall looking soft pink. Red flushed spiny new leaves. Retentive soil in part shade. (3-5) 50cm.
£5.45
7.00
Epimedium 'Lemon Zest'
 1.4Lt
£5.95
6.00
Epimedium leptorrhizum
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
4.00
Epimedium 'Little Shrimp'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Showy, new, dwarf hybrid which creeps slowly. Reflexed, RICH SALMON-PINK flowers marked yellow; March & April. Deciduous, small, rounded leaves on wiry stems. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 20x45cm.
£5.95
6.00
Epimedium ogisui
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Delicate reasonably quick spreading species only recently discovered. Carpets of usually deciduous leaves emerge in spring with a bronze flush. Large spurred white flowers are held on horizontal stems. Humus rich soil in part shade. (3-5) 20cm.
£5.95
5.00
Epimedium pauciflorum
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
5.00
Epimedium perralderianum
Bishop's Hat
 1.4Lt
Heads of small, bright yellow flowers with short, brown spurs; April-May. Large, evergreen, fresh green, glossy, toothed leaves. Does not like being cut back. Good, spreading perennial. Any reasonable soil in a cool shady position. 30x45cms.
£5.95
11.00
Epimedium perralderianum
Bishop's Hat
 2Lt
£6.95
4.00
Epimedium 'Pink Elf'
Bishops Mitre
 1.4Lt
pubescens x leptorrhizum. Robin Whites excellent cross with heavily brown mottled leaves in spring, turning warm coral brown in autumn. Smmall pixie like salmon-pink flowers in late spring with the new leaves. Never too dry soil in part shade. (3-5) 25cm.
£5.95
1.00
Epimedium pinnatum colchicum 'Thunderbolt'
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
4.00
Epimedium pubescens
Hairy Mitrewort
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
5.00
Epimedium pubigerum
Bishop's Hat
 1.4Lt
Tall spires of small CREAMY-YELLOW flowers; March to May. Excellent ground cover with handsome, rounded, glossy foliage. Will tolerate dry shade but best in rich soil. 45x45cms.
£5.45
16.00
Epimedium 'Red Maximum'
 1.4Lt
£5.95
6.00
Epimedium sempervirens 'Okuda's White'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
From the snowy slopes slopes of Honshu this is more or less like an evergreen form of grandiflorum. New leaves have a reddish flush with the good sized white flowers; late spring & early summer. Not easy needing an acid, rich soil in part shade. (3-50 30cm.
£5.95
14.00
Epimedium 'Spine Tingler'
Barrenwort
 1.4Lt
Amazing plant, found on a remote cliff in Sichuan. Has wiry stems with very long, narrow, very spiny leaves which attractively overlay each other. The new growth is flushed chocolate. Airy sprays of hawk like, very large soft yellow flowers from April into June. Retentive or moist soil in part or full shade. (4-6) 40cm.
£5.95
12.00
Epimedium 'Star Cloud'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Tall, erectly held spikes of small, dainty, nodding white flowers, ageing with a pink tinge. Startling orange anthers. Flowers mid to late spring on dark stems. The spiny, holly like leaves are mottled chocolate brown, especially on the new growth. Retentive, humus rich soil with some shade. (4-5) 45cm.
£5.95
3.00
Epimedium 'Sunshowers'
 1.4Lt
Masses of dainty, light yellow flowers with out facing spurs & short pink sepals held on erect wiry stems; spring & again later in the year. Young leaves speckled red. Slowly creeping, semi evergreen perennial for woodland conditions. 20cms. Introduced Cobblewood, 2008
£5.45
5.00
Epimedium 'Totnes Turbo'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
latisepalum x pinnatum colchicum. Selected by Sarah & Julian Sutton, this strong growing evergreen has good sized flowers, bicoloured pale & mid yellow. They are held on well branched stems well clear of the leaves. The almost spiny leaves have a brownish cast on the new growth. Retentive yet well drained soil with some shade. (3-5) 50cm.
£5.45
16.00
Epimedium x perralchicum 'Frohnleiten'
Barrenwort
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
6.00
Epimedium x rubrum (AGM)
Bishops Mitre
 2Lt
Mounds of large, fresh green, heart-shaped foliage lightly marbled red when young. REDDISH, starry flowers marked white; April & May. Sun or shade in not dry soil. 25x60cm.
£6.95
2.00
Epimedium x versicolor 'Cupreum'
Bishops Mitre
1.5lt
Deciduous hybrid for drier soils with small, nodding soft coppery orange & cream bicoloured flowers on wity stems;- March to May. The new leaves are soft copper in spring with good autumn colour. Any reasonable soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 40cm.
£7.35
1.00
Epimedium x versicolor 'Neosulphureum'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Mats of rounded, pale-green leaves with a copper-pink flush on the new growth. Short spurred, palest creamy-yellow flowers dance above the leaves in spring. Humus rich, retentive soil in part or full shade. (3-4) 30cm
£5.45
11.00
Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum' (AGM)
Bishop's Hat
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
10.00
Epimedium x warleyense
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Wiry stems topped with several, dancing, small, yellow flowers with orange sepals; April-May. Light green, heart-shaped, evergreen leaves tinted red in spring & late summer. Good spreading ground cover growing best in cool shade. 40x75cms.
£5.45
9.00
Epimedium x warleyense 'Orangekonigin'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Good ground cover making mounds of light green, semi-evergreen leaves on wiry stems that take on good autumnal colour. Small reflexed BRIGHT ORANGE flowers. Fertile soil in sun or shade. 30x30cms. Flowers: Early spring.
£5.45
6.00
Epimedium x youngianum 'Marchacos Sprite'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
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.
£6.45
4.00
Epimedium x youngianum 'Ruby Tuesday'
 1.4Lt
 Wiry stems topped with nodding, rich, ruby-red flowers with lighter pale rose to white spurs; late spring. The small spring leaflets have a purple cast. Deciduous perennial for woodland conditions in a fertile, retentive yet drained soil. To 30 cms when mature.
£5.95
6.00
Epipactis gigantea
Giant Marsh Orchid
 1Lt
(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.
£6.95
11.00
Equisetum variegatum
Scouring Rush
 1.4Lt
Tufted, clump forming horsetail, gently sprading but never invasive, for retentive or moist soil. Evergreen, needle like, unleaved stems, with black bands at the nodes. Insignificant flowers. 30x45cm.
£4.95
8.00
Eremurus x isabellinus 'Obelisk'
Foxtail Lily
 3Lt
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.
£8.95
4.00
Erigeron aurantiacus
Orange Daisy
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Erigeron 'Azurfee'
 1.4Lt
(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)
£4.45
2.00
Erigeron coulteri
Coulter's Fleabane
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Erigeron 'Dunkelste Aller' (AGM)
Fleabane
 1.4Lt
Lovely heads of DARK VIOLET-BLUE, daisy-like flowers; June to August. Ideal front of border / cut flowers. Any reasonable soil in sun. 60x45cms.
£4.45
12.00
Erigeron karvinskianus (AGM)
Fleabane
 2Lt
(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.
£5.95
7.00
Erigeron 'Rosa Juwel'
Fleabane
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
9.00
Erigeron 'Rotes Meer'
Fleabane
 1.4Lt
Clouds of daisy like, semi-double, deep red-pink flowers, with a yellow centre;- midsummer. Basal rosettes of narrow, elliptic leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 60cm.
£4.70
8.00
Erigeron 'Sommerneuschnee'
Fleabane
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
6.00
Eriogonum fasciculatum
Californian Buckwheat
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Erodium chrysanthum
Storksbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
8.00
Erodium manescavii
Heron's Bill
 1.4Lt
Deep, rich lilac-pink geranium-like flowers all summer. Forms a dense clump of divided, feathery, hairy leaves. Well drained soil in sun. 45x60cm.
£4.45
11.00
Erodium pelargoniiflorum
Stork's Bill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Eryngium agavifolium
Sea Holly
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
3.00
Eryngium agavifolium - giant
Rattlesnake Master
 2Lt
From a recent wild Mexican collection, this is a huge form of agavifolium, 50% bigger than the normal cultivated forms. Rosettes of strongly spined , leathery, tongue like evergreen leaves. Well branched stems carry thimble like, silver-green oval heads during midsummer. Free draining soil in sun. 180cm.
£8.20
1.00
Eryngium alpinum (AGM)
Eryngo, Sea Holly
 1.4Lt
Stout metallic-blue stems have typical frilled, cone-like, metallic blue heads; July & August. The largest flowered of the Sea Hollies. Excellent for drying. Basal clump of rounded leaves. Open, well drained site in sun. 75x45cms.
£4.70
3.00
Eryngium bourgatii Graham Stuart Thomas' form
Sea Holly
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
12.00
Eryngium giganteum (AGM)
Miss Willmott's Ghost'
 1.4Lt
A legendary plant with silvery-grey leaves & HEADS OF METALLIC SILVER-GREEN cones surrounded by a large ruff of spiny SILVER BRACTS; summer. Excellent for drying. Biennial which self-seeds freely. Well drained fertile soil in sun. 150x45cms.
£4.65
2.00
Eryngium giganteum 'Silver Ghost' (AGM)
Sea Holly
 1.4Lt
Possibly better than Miss Willmott's Ghost'. Huge, imposing mounds of spiny, silvery, divided leaves. Small white heads surrounded by large, intense steely-silver bracts; all summer. Biennial but self seeds. Well drained soil in sun .90x60cm.
£4.70
9.00
Eryngium 'Neptune's Gold'
Golden Sea Holly
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.45
7.00
Eryngium 'Pen Blue'
Sea Holly
 2Lt
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.
£5.95
1.00
Eryngium planum 'Blaukappe'
Eryngo, Sea Holly
 1.4Lt
(syn.Blue Ribbon') Large basal leaves are grey with stout branching stems carrying bright metallic-blue small flowerheads in spiny, metallic bracts. A good border plant & dried flower. Fertile well drained soil in sun. 100x45cm. Flowers: June-August.
£4.70
11.00
Eryngium planum 'Blue Hobbit'
Sea Holly
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
4.00
Eryngium tricuspidatum
Sea Holly, Eryngo
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
5.00
Eryngium variifolium
Sea Holly
 2Lt
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.
£6.55
4.00
Eryngium yuccifolium
Rattlesnake Master
 1.4Lt
Unusual architectural evergreen with large rosettes of narrow blue-grey leaves with spiny margins. Branched stems with spiny bracts holding small white flowers; Late summer. Well drained even poor soil in sun. 120x60cm.
£4.95
1.00
Erysimum linifolium 'Variegatum'
Perennial Wallflower
 1Lt
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.
£4.50
1.00
Erythronium dens canis (AGM)
Trout Lily
 1Lt
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.
£4.35
5.00
Erythronium dens canis (AGM)
Trout Lily
10cm
£2.50
11.00
Erythronium dens-canis 'Rose Queen'
Dogs Tooth Violet
 1Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Erythronium grandiflorum
Avalanche Lily
 1Lt
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.
£5.95
3.00
Erythronium oregonum
Fawn Lily
 1Lt
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.
£5.65
1.00
Erythronium 'Pagoda' (AGM)
Trout Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
6.00
Erythronium 'Pagoda' (AGM)
Trout Lily
 1Lt
£2.60
6.00
Eucomis autumnalis (AGM)
Pineapple Lily
 2Lt
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
£5.65
2.00
Eucomis bicolor (AGM)
Pineapple Lily
 2Lt
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.
£5.95
8.00
Eucomis comosa
Pineapple lily
 2Lt
(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.
£5.95
15.00
Eucomis comosa 'Sparkling Burgundy'
Pineapple Lily
 2Lt
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.
£5.95
1.00
Eucomis comosa 'Sparkling Rosy'
Pineapple Flower
 1.4Lt
Bulbous perennial with long, strap like rich burgundy brown leaves & stems. Whorled spikes of starry pale-pink flowers topped by a pineapple like cone;- late summer & autumn. Likes a summer baking. sheltered, well drained spot in sun. Mulch or lift in cold winters. (8-9) 45cm.
£5.95
3.00
Eucomis vandermerwei
Pineapple Flower
 1.4Lt
Small, South African species, rare in cultivation with fleshy rosettes of strap-like, dark-green leaves, heavily spotted burgundy-chocolate. Short spikes of cherry-burgundy flowers with a small crown. Well drained soil in sun & shelter. (7-8)30cm
£8.25
2.00
Eupatorium cannabinum
Joe Pye Weed
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
5.00
Eupatorium fistulosum albidum 'Bartered Bride'
Joe Pye Weed
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
15.00
Eupatorium fistulosum albidum 'Ivory Towers'
Joe Pye Weed
 2Lt
Stately, imposing back of the border plant, much loved by bees. Stout stems with whorls of grey tinged leaves. Huge, frothy open heads of white flowers from late summer through autumn. Retentive soil in sun or light shade. (8-10) 210cm.
£5.95
30.00
Eupatorium fortunei 'Pink Elegance'
Joe Pye Weed
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
1.00
Eupatorium fortunei 'Pink Frost'
Jow Pye Weed
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Eupatorium maculatum Atropurp. Group 'Gateway'
Joe Pye Weed
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
4.00
Eupatorium maculatum Atropurp. Group 'Purple Bush'
Joe Pye Weed
 2Lt
Selected by Coen Jansen, the strong, upright purple flushed stems carry flattened heads of small, starry rich purple-pink flowers in late summer & autumn. The dark green leaves are lightly flushed purple. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 180cm.
£6.35
1.00
Eupatorium maculatum 'Phantom' (Atropurp. Group)
Joe Pye Weed
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
3.00
Euphorbia amygdaloides 'Purpurea'
Spurge
 2Lt
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.
£7.95
7.00
Euphorbia amygdaloides 'Purpurea'
Spurge
1.5lt
£6.90
3.00
Euphorbia characias characias 'Humpty Dumpty'
Spurge
 3Lt
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.
£6.95
1.00
Euphorbia characias 'Tasmanian Tiger'
Spurge
 2Lt
Probably the most vigorous of variegated Euphorbias this can reach 3ft quickly with whorls of blue leaves having a regular creamy-white edge. Tall, cylindrical spikes chartreuse edged white flowers in late spring & early summer. Light soil in sun. 90cm.
£5.95
5.00
Euphorbia cornigera of hort.
Spurge
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
3.00
Euphorbia cyparissias 'Tall Boy'
 1.4Lt
Taller form with fine, needle-like foliage. New growth is tinged red. Acid yellow flowers which fade to pale orange in spring. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. Height to 20cms.
£4.70
8.00
Euphorbia epithymoides (AGM)
Spurge
 1.4Lt
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
£4.45
1.00
Euphorbia epithymoides 'Purpurea'
Wood Spurge
 1.4Lt
Useful herbaceous evergreen with leaves and stems of purple-mahogany and heads of yellow-green flowers. Any reasonable soil in sun or dappled shade. HARMFUL IF EATEN - SAP CAN IRRITATE EYES & SKIN. 30x30cms. Flowers: March-May
£4.95
2.00
Euphorbia 'Glacier Blue'
Spurge
 2Lt
A sport of 'Tasmanian Tiger' with rather more vigour & possibly the best variegated form to date. Whorls of grey-green leaves with a broad creamy-white margin. Cylindrical heads of cream flowers with a green eye, during April & May. Best in a sheltered, light, free draining soil in sun. (4-5) 50cm.
£5.95
16.00
Euphorbia margalidiana
Spurge
 2Lt
Native to the Balearic Islands this robust, evergreen, perennial spurge carries heads of yellow-green flowers over a long period from early summer. Stout stems with glaucous, blue green foliage. Warning: sap may cause irritation, toxic if eaten. For a free draining soil in sun or part shade.Spreads slowly. 1.2x1.2m.
£6.95
2.00
Euphorbia myrsinites (AGM)
Spurge
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
3.00
Euphorbia palustris (AGM)
Water Spurge
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Euphorbia schillingii (AGM)
Spurge
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Euphorbia schillingii (AGM)
Spurge
 2Lt
£7.75
5.00
Euphorbia stygiana santamariae
Azores Spurge
 4Lt
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)
£7.95
1.00
Euphorbia x gayeri 'Betten'
Spurge
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
9.00
Euphorbia x martinii 'Tiny Tim'
Spurge
 2Lt
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.
£7.95
6.00
Euphorbia x pasteurii 'John Phillips'
 5Lt
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
£8.95
3.00
Euryops chrysanthemoides 'Sonnenschein'
Sunshine Flower
 1.4Lt
A versatile plant for either pots or boreders, giving a continuous show of Rich, golden-yellow daisies in succession all summer to the frosts. Surprisingly hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (4-10) 60cm.
£6.95
1.00
Farfugium 'Last Dance'
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
1.00
Felicia petiolata
 1.4Lt
Surprisingly hardy, South African, woody based, sprawling sub-shrub with radiating stems carrying lobed, small leaves on rooting stems. Small, pale lilac-blue daisies, sometimes flushed pink throughout summer. Good ground cover for dry soil in sun. (5-9) 10x90cm.
£0.00
3.00
Ficaria verna 'Brambling'
Lesser Celandine
 1Lt
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.
£3.95
5.00
Ficaria verna 'Brazen Hussy'
Celandine
 1.4Lt
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)
£4.35
15.00
Ficaria verna chrysocephala
Lesser Celandine
 1Lt
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.
£4.35
10.00
Ficaria verna 'Collarette'
Lesser Celandine
 1Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Filipendula camtschatica
Meadowsweet
 2Lt
Large heads of heady-scented, white flushed pink flowers on tall, upright stems; June-August. Clump former with basal clumps of pinnate, toothed leaves. Strong grower for a moist yet drained, humus-rich soil in sun. Ht: 2m+.
£6.45
12.00
Filipendula koreana
Meadowsweet
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
9.00
Filipendula multijuga
Meadosweet
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Filipendula purpurea (AGM)
Meadowsweet
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
4.00
Filipendula purpurea 'Elegans'
Dropwort
 1.4Lt
Handsome plant for moist borders or watersides. Large, maple-like, finely cut leaves form bold clumps. Flat heads of vivid cerise-crimson flowers; midsummer. Leaves have good autumnal colour. Rich, deep, moist soil in part shade. 120x60cm.
£4.75
4.00
Filipendula 'Red Umbrellas'
Meadow Sweet
 2Lt
A form found in Sweden in 1959. Spectacular foliage with deeply cut, glossy leaves stained & veined red. Airy clouds of sweetly scented creamy white flowers;- Midsummer. Best in a retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 75cm.
£6.35
1.00
Filipendula rubra 'Venusta' (AGM)
Meadow Sweet
 2Lt
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
£6.75
2.00
Filipendula ulmaria 'Aurea'
Golden Meadowsweet'
 1.4Lt
An attractive form of our native Meadowsweet' the young foliage making a basal clump of beautifully divided, vivid golden-green turning creamy-yellow in summer. Remove flowering heads before they seed. Deep, moist soil in part shade. 90x30cms.
£4.35
1.00
Foeniculum vulgare 'Purpureum'
Bronze Fennel
 1.4Lt
Has ornamental & culinary uses. Deep mahogany purple finely cut filigree leaves. Yellow cow parsley like heads in summer. Self seeds freely so remove heads. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 2mx1m.
£4.70
4.00
Fragaria x ananassa 'Red Ruby'
 1.4Lt
Basically an ornamental strawberry relative with tri foliate, toothed, semi evergreen leaves and abundant brilliant rose red, single flowers in late spring and early summer. Small, edible fruits follow. Produces numerous, self rooting runners making it an ideal ground cover for a reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 30x45cms
£4.70
4.00
Francoa ramosa
Bridal Wreath
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
1.00
Francoa sonchifolia 'Alba'
Wand Flower
 1.4Lt
Chilean native forming evergreen basal clumps of soft green, round lobed leaves. Narrow, erect, wand like spikes of almost pure-white, flowers with a red central stripe down each petal, throughout summer. Well drained spot in sun or light shade. (6-8) 80cm.
£4.95
1.00
Gaillardia 'Dazzler' (AGM)
 2Lt
Striking heads of BRIGHT ORANGE-RED, YELLOW TIPPED petals and a maroon disc; June to August. Long, wiry stems - ideal border or cut flower. Any reasonable, well drained soil in sun. 60 to 80cms.
£5.95
2.00
Galanthus S.Arnott (AGM)
Snowdrop
 1Lt
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.
£3.95
4.00
Galega orientalis
Goat's Rue
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
9.00
Galium verum
Lady's Bedstraw
 1.4Lt
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)
£3.95
1.00
Galtonia viridiflora
Summer Hyacinth
 1.4Lt
Elegant bulbous perennial the tall stems carrying large, fragrant, waxy, open, PALE GREEN, bell-like flowers with dark stamens - similar to a huge hyacinth; September & October. Long, lax, glaucous leaves. Rich fertile soil in sun. 90x30cm.
£4.95
18.00
Gaura lindheimeri (AGM
 1.4Lt
Long, open heads of white, star-shaped flowers from pinkish-white buds; over a long period from late spring to early autumn. Clump-forming perennial with slender stems and lance-shaped leaves. Best in a fertile soil in sun. To 150x90cms.
£4.45
12.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Corrie's Gold'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
13.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Corrie's Gold'
 1Lt
£3.99
10.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Crimson Butterflies'
Gaura
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
2.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Crimson Butterflies'
Gaura
 1Lt
£3.99
6.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Geyser White'
Gaura
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
1.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Rosyjane'
Gaura
 1Lt
Erect perennial with widely spaced spikes of starry white flowers, each petal having a broad bright pink edge, becoming more suffused as the flower ages. Flowers from summer to the frosts. Light, well drained soil in sun. (6-10) 75cm.
£3.99
2.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Siskiyou Pink'
 1Lt
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.
£3.99
3.00
Gazania 'Blackberry Ripple'
Gazania
 1.4Lt
Half hardy perennial with rosettes of heavily silver-grey felted, divided leaves. Very large, palest cream daisies stained rich purple down the centre of each petal, flowering from May to the frosts & opening in sun. Needs a cold greenhouse except in the most mildest spots. well drained sunny spot. (5-10) 15cm.
£4.45
4.00
Gazania rigens
10cm
A lovely foliage plant with cream & green variegated leaves. Large orange daisies open when sunny.Keep frost free in winter.Well drained soil in sun.30x30
£2.85
16.00
Gentiana angustifolia
Narrow Leaved Gentian
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Gentiana asclepiadea (AGM)
Willow Gentian
 1Lt
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.
£7.25
4.00
Gentiana asclepiadea 'Phyllis'
Willow Gentian
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.65
2.00
Gentiana dahurica
Dahurian Gentian
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
3.00
Gentiana lutea
Great Yellow Gentian
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
9.00
Gentiana robusta CC7494
Gentian
 1.4Lt
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) 
£5.65
1.00
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
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
1.00
Geranium (Cinereum group) 'Laurence Flatman'
Alpine Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Low growing variety studded with open, saucer-shaped, pale pink flowers with a heavy network of dark purple veins; June-July. Neat grey-green leaves. Fertile soil in sun or part shade. Ht: 15cms.
£4.65
3.00
Geranium albiflorum
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Small, cup-shaped, PURE WHITE flowers delicately veined mauve; late spring & early summer. Spreading clumps of toothed, fresh green leaves. Modest but attractive ground cover. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
£4.75
15.00
Geranium 'Allendale Gem'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
(G.yeseonse x wlassovianum ?) Yet to fully pin this one down. Saucer shaped, single, violet flowers over deeply cut, golden yellow foliage turning green with age. Prefers a retentive soil . Given to us by Robin Moss ex Axletree nursery.
£4.75
5.00
Geranium 'Ann Folkard' (AGM)
Hardy Border Geranium
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
5.00
Geranium 'Antchilly'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Geranium aristatum
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Nodding, reflexed, pale lilac-pink flowers with striped veining; midsummer through autumn. Divided, grey-green basal leaves. Cut back hard to keep tidy. Ordinary soil in sun or shade. 45x45cm.
£4.75
7.00
Geranium 'Azure Rush'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Neat, low growing ground cover, this sport from 'Rozanne' forms mats of light green leaves. Good sized sky-blue flowers with a large white centre & light purple veins, from midsummer to the frosts. Being a wallichianum , prefers a more retentive soil in sun or part shade. (6-10) 30cm.
£4.95
2.00
Geranium 'Bob's Blunder'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
traversii hybrid forming more or less evergreen mats of scallop shaped smokey brown leaves, studded in soft pink flowers throughout summer, eventually fading white. Needs a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (5-8) 15cm.
£4.95
8.00
Geranium 'Buckland Spider'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Small, mat forming geranium with spreading stems clothed in small, shallowly lobed, purple-brown leaves. Small, almost stemless, cup-shaped bright purple-pink flowers with a tiny white eye, during midsummer. Needs a very sheltered spot in a sunny spot. (6-8) 10cm.
£5.45
5.00
Geranium clarkei 'Kashmir White' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 2Lt
A good spreading plant with elegant, deeply cut fresh green leaves. Profusion of pure white flowers often veined lilac; early summer. Sun or part shade. 30x30cms. (5-6)
£7.25
1.00
Geranium 'Coombland White'
 1.4Lt
Forms neat mounds of evergreen, grey-green, marbled leaves. Heads of white flowers with a red eye; June-July. Any reasonable, fertile soil in sun or part shade. Ht: 30cms.
£4.95
8.00
Geranium 'Curly Girly'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Masses of small, white-pink, single flowers over mats of fresh green, scalloped leaves; May - Jluly. Low growing hybrid for any reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 30 x 40 cms. A Robin Moss introduction
£4.70
12.00
Geranium 'Danny Boy' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
2.00
Geranium 'Deep Purple'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
2.00
Geranium 'Dragon Heart'
Cranesbill
 2Lt
A more compact psilostemon hybrid with spreading, trailing stems with intense magenta-pink flowers, with a blackberry black eye & veining;- summer. Best scrambling through other low perennials. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 60x90cm.
£7.25
2.00
Geranium 'Elke'
Bloody Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Spreading ground cover with the finely cut, fresh green mats studded in cup shaped, rich pink flowers with a white centre & edge to the petals. Darker pink veining. Flowers late spring & early summer. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 15x60cm.
£4.65
1.00
Geranium 'Elworthy Tiger'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Striking, soft lilac, single flowers heavily veined rich violet & a boss of creamy stamens; May - July. Clump forming, upright grower with deeply cut, soft green leaves. Free draining soil in sun or part shade. 45cms. Elworthy Gardens
£4.75
2.00
Geranium erianthum 'Blues In The Night'
 1.4Lt
A Robin Moss selection of this not too easy to grow species. Needing plenty of moisture & a little shade, it is very slow to multiply. Clumps of large, divided & sharply toothed leaves. Hairy buds open to mid-blue flowers with deeper veining, during midsummer. (6-7) 45cm.
£5.95
9.00
Geranium erianthum 'Neptune'
 1.4Lt
Always in short supply, this spreading perennial has divided, hairy leaves. Cup-shaped rich-blue flowers in profusion during May, flowering intermittently all summer. Best in a rich, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 40cm.
£5.95
1.00
Geranium gracile
Cranesbill
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
3.00
Geranium gymnocaulon
Cranesbill
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
4.00
Geranium himalayense 'Derrick Cooke'
Himalayan Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
7.00
Geranium himalayense 'Gravetye' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Geranium himalayense 'Gravetye' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 2Lt
£5.95
1.00
Geranium himalayense 'Irish Blue'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Large, cup-shaped, PALE ICE-BLUE flowers with a pinkish flush in the eye; commencing early summer. Basal clumps of divided leaves. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x60cm.
£4.65
8.00
Geranium ibericum
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Geranium ibericum x libani
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.85
1.00
Geranium 'Ivan' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Rich cerise-pink flowers with a black eye; summer. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. A hybrid of psilostemon. 45x45cms.
£4.65
1.00
Geranium 'Johnson's Blue' (AGM)
Hardy Border Geranium
 1.4Lt
Lovely variety with abundant BRIGHT BLUE cup-shaped flowers for a long period; mid-summer. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 40cms.
£4.65
1.00
Geranium 'Joy'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Attractive, rather sprawling perennial, with grey-green leaves on radiating stems. Beautiful pale-pink flowers with deep purple stamens in early summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 45cm.
£4.95
14.00
Geranium 'Kashmir Blue'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
A hybrid of pratense albiflorum x clarkei Kashmir White'. Spreading mounds of finely cut leaves, with large, beatiful, mid-blue flowers. Easilky grown in retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 60cm.
£4.70
7.00
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Album' (AGM)
 2Lt
Superb part evergreen variety with arom- atic scalloped leaves giving good ground cover.Palest white-pink flowers and long stamens Ma-Jn.Sun or shade. 30cms(12')
£6.45
4.00
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Bevan's Variety' (AGM)
Hardy Border geranium
 2Lt
Superb ground cover with partially evergreen, aromatic, scalloped-edged leaves and VIVID MAGENTA-PINK flowers, early summer. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. 40cm(15'). Flowers: Early summer
£6.45
2.00
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Ingwersen's Variety' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
2.00
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Prionia'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Geranium maculatum 'Putnam County'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
5.00
Geranium maculatum 'Shameface'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Geranium maculatum 'Shameface'
Cranesbill
 2Lt
£6.35
1.00
Geranium maculatum 'Vickie Lynn'
Wood Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
11.00
Geranium 'Midnight Clouds'
Meadow Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
A superb combination of much divided chocolate-purple leaves. Dark stems carry large, silvery white cup-shaped flowers with deeper veining during early summer. Needs more moisture to prevent mildew. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 50cm.
£5.95
220.00
Geranium 'Midnight Star'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Geranium 'Midnight Star'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
£0.00
22.00
Geranium 'Nimbus' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
(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.
£5.95
5.00
Geranium nodosum 'Hexham Freckles'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
4.00
Geranium nodosum 'Hexham Whitethroat'
 1.4Lt
Selected by Robin Moss, this strong growing, ground covering perennial is rarely out of flower. Mats of three lobed, glossy basal leaves. Branching stems carry cup-shaped, lilac-pink flowers with wide white throat, borne from early summer into autumn. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 30x45cm.
£4.95
1.00
Geranium nodosum 'Silverwood'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Excellent ground cover even for sry shade. Mats of three lobed, glossy green leaves, reddish tinted in autumn. A succession of pristine chalky white flowers through most of the summer. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 40cm.
£4.95
2.00
Geranium nodosum 'Tony's Talisman'
 1.4Lt
A very distinct form of this shade loving, ground covering perennial with mats of three lobed, glossy, deep-green leaves. Short, wiry, branching stems carry cup to funnel-shaped rich purple flowers with a white throat, veined deeper, borne during late spring & summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 20x40cm.
£5.45
1.00
Geranium 'Nora Bremner'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
rubifolium x wallichianum Buxton's Variety'. Choice alan Bremaner hybrid currently scarce due to the difficulties of propagation. Trailing stems with pink-blue flowers with a white eye. The leaves are lightly marbled gold. Retentive soil in dappled shade. (6-8) 40cm.
£5.95
4.00
Geranium orientalitibeticum
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
7.00
Geranium 'Orkney Flame'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
10.00
Geranium palmatum (AGM)
Cranesbill
 2Lt
Thick branching stems with clusters of PINKY-PURPLE, red-eyed, cup-shaped flowers; all summer. Forms a dome of dramatic, finely-cut green leaves with brown markings. Marginally hardy. Fertile well drained soil in sun. 60x60cm.
£8.90
8.00
Geranium palustre
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
4.00
Geranium 'Patricia' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
(psilostemon x endressii) A new hybrid with large, showy, MAGENTA FLOWERS WITH A BLACK EYE; May to September. Makes a dense mound of finely divided, fresh-green leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade.
£4.95
7.00
Geranium phaeum 'Album'
Mourning Widow
 1.4Lt
Beautiful form with WHITE, single flowers over soft green leaves; May to July. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cms.
£4.70
3.00
Geranium phaeum 'Basket Of Lavender'
Mourning Widow
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
5.00
Geranium phaeum 'Chocolate Biscuit'
 1.4Lt
Introduced by Robin Moss, this clump forming perennial has basal, palmate, divided soft green leaves, with small brown blotch in the nodes. Branching, hairy stems carry heads of small, reflexing, reddish-brown flowers with a paler centre, during late spring & early summer. Good even in dry shade. 60x45cm.(5-6)
£4.95
3.00
Geranium phaeum 'David Martin'
Mourning Widow
 1.4Lt
Selected by Gary Bartlett, this subtle phaeum has slightly reflexing dusky-pink flowers with a white eye, from April to June. Basal mounds of almost unmarked, soft green leaves. Easily grown, even in dry shade but tolerates sun. (4-6) 60cm.
£4.70
8.00
Geranium phaeum 'Green Ghost'
Mourning Widow
 1.4Lt
Our introduction & very distinct in its soft green leaves which emerge in spring with a central golden yellow splash. Heads of reflexed dove-white flowers over a long period in late spring & early summer. Good even in dry shade. (5-6) 75cm.
£4.95
2.00
Geranium phaeum 'Hexham Halo'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Masses of small, slightly reflexed, single, glowing rich violet flowers the inner white halo overlaid with radiating, Dusty Springfield like, violet eye lashes; May - July. Soft green, cut foliage. Prefers a retentive, fertile soil in part or full shade. 60cm. A Robin Moss introduction
£4.95
8.00
Geranium phaeum 'Jensen's Purple'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Lightly reflexed, rich purple flowers with a darker thumb print at the base; May - July. Mounds of deeply cut, rich green foliage. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade - tolerates dry shade. 60x45cms. Robin Moss introduction.
£4.70
10.00
Geranium phaeum 'Joseph Green'
Dusky cranesbill
 1.4Lt
The 1st & only double phaeum. A double layer of very pretty, deep rose-magenta petals and a smaller nner ring tipped creamy-green; May - July, Hardy, clump forming, semi evergreen for a retentive yet drained soil in part shade - sun if not allowed to dry out. 60cms? Very rare.
£9.95
15.00
Geranium phaeum 'Lady In Mourning'
Mourning Widow
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Geranium phaeum 'Lily Lovell'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Geranium phaeum lividum 'Joan Baker'
Mourning Widow
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
4.00
Geranium phaeum 'Mierhausen'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
8.00
Geranium phaeum phaeum 'Samobor'
Black Widow
 1.4Lt
Superb selection. The basal leaves are wonderfully zoned chocolate brown. One sided panicles of DEEP PURPLE-BLACK reflexed flowers; late spring & early summer. Best in damp shade but very adaptable. 80x45cm.
£5.35
1.00
Geranium phaeum 'Ploeger de Bilt'
Mourning Widow
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
9.00
Geranium phaeum 'Rise Top Lilac'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Geranium phaeum 'Rothbury Ruby'
Mourning Widow
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
16.00
Geranium phaeum 'Tyne Mist'
Mourning Widow
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
2.00
Geranium 'Philippe Vapelle'
Cranesbill
 2Lt
(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.
£6.35
1.00
Geranium platyanthum
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
(syn.G.eriostemon) Rosettes of shallowly lobed, crinkled basal leaves turning red in autumn. Umbels of flat, nodding pale violet-pink flowers, shaded towards the centre, with a white eye. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (4-6) 45cm.
£4.70
8.00
Geranium platypetalum
Hardy Border Geranium
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
4.00
Geranium platypetalum 'Turco'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
6.00
Geranium pratense 'Summer Skies'
Meadow Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Unusual double form with sky-blue, fully double flowers revealing a yellow eye; early & midsummer. Deeply divided clumps of basal leaves. Any good soil in sun or part shade but prone to mildew in dry conditions. 75x45cm.
£4.70
7.00
Geranium pratense albiflorum 'Plenum Album'
Meadow Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Discovered growing in garden for 20 years this very strong growing, pure double white flowered form is smothered in a profusion of bloom from late spring into early summer. Divided leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 45cm.
£4.65
4.00
Geranium pratense 'Blue Sky Thinking'
 1.4Lt
Selected by Robin Moss, this is a particularly good, rich mid-blue flowered form of pratense. Basal clumps of very finely divided, palmate, strongly toothed rich green leaves. Branching stems carry cup-shaped clear mid-blue, deeply veined flowers during early summer. Not too dry soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 60x60cm.
£5.95
3.00
Geranium pratense 'Cluden Sapphire'
Meadow Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Geranium pratense 'Marshmallow'
Meadow Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
11.00
Geranium pratense Midnight Reiter strain
Meadow Cranesbill
 2Lt
Very compact edging form, with mounds of deeply cut bronze purple leaves with a fine red edge.Bowl shaped dark lilac flowers from red flushed buds during summer. retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade although it colours best in sun. (6-9) 15cm.
£7.95
1.00
Geranium pratense 'Striatum'
Meadow Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Dense clusters of striking, largish, saucer-shaped, WHITE FLOWERS STREAKED VIOLET-BLUE on erect, branched stems; early to midsummer. Forms generous clumps of deeply cut, lobed leaves. Best in a reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x60cms.
£4.70
3.00
Geranium psilostemon (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
9.00
Geranium psilostemon (AGM)
Cranesbill
 2Lt
£5.95
1.00
Geranium renardii 'Tcschelda'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Heads of starry, deep purple-blue flowers with a darker veining; May-June. Mats of sage-green, wrinkled leaves. Does best in a poorish soil in sun or part shade. Ht: 30cms.
£5.45
2.00
Geranium 'Richard Nutt'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
9.00
Geranium richardsonii
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
10.00
Geranium 'Robin's Black Heart'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
A profusion of large, single, starry, red magenta flowers with lovely black veining at the centre; long flowering May - July. Fresh green, maple like leaves. G. Kanahitobanawa seedling (psilostemon x oxonianum thrustonianum) introduced by Robin Moss. Free draining soil in sun / part shade. 90cms.
£4.95
12.00
Geranium 'Rozanne' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.45
1.00
Geranium 'Rozanne' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 2Lt
£7.95
2.00
Geranium 'Sabani Blue'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
x magnificum type hybrid, with coare, sage green leaves. A profusion of intense, inky, violet blue flowers with darker veining during late spring & early summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 40x60cm.
£4.95
10.00
Geranium sanguineum 'Alan Bloom'
Bloody Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Compact form with mats of finely dissected, hairy, fresh green leaves. Large, cup-shaped bright pink flowers with magenta overtones, during late spring & early summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 15cm.
£4.95
6.00
Geranium sanguineum 'Elsbeth'
Bloody Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
8.00
Geranium sanguineum 'Feu d'Automne'
Bloody Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
9.00
Geranium sanguineum 'Holden'
Bloody Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
8.00
Geranium sanguineum 'Inverness'
Bloody Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Prsotrate mat forming cranesbill with very small, finely dissected leaves. Good sized, rather flat purple-pink flowers on radiating stems in late spring & early summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 10x50cm.
£4.70
8.00
Geranium sanguineum 'John Elsley'
Bloody Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Cup-shaped, clear purple flowers; freely produced in summer. Hummock forming, spreading perennial with deeply divided, dark green leaves on radiating stems. Good ground cover for retentive soil in sun or part shade. 20x45cm.
£4.45
12.00
Geranium sanguineum 'Red Robin'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Dainty, magenta-red, single flowers over mats of very finely divided, rich green, glossy leaves; May - July. One of the reddest sanguineums. Often repeats if cut back after flowering. Derived from our native cranesbill forms a low hummock for a free draining soil in sun. To: 30 x 30cms. A Robin Moss introduction
£4.70
12.00
Geranium 'Sirak' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
5.00
Geranium soboliferum Cally strain
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Geranium 'Sweet Heidy'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.35
1.00
Geranium sylvaticum albiflorum 'Cyril's Superb White'
Wood Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Selected by Cyril Foster, this is a tall, strong growing, large form of sylvaticum. Heavily branched stems with good sized pure-white flowers from May to July. Basal mounds of light green, divided leaves. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 90cm.
£4.95
13.00
Geranium sylvaticum 'Greek Fire'
 1.4Lt
Collected in Greece in the 1950's & recently re-discovered in a Yorkshire nursery. Branched stems with small, rich candy-pink flowers with a large white eye ;- earl;y to mid summer. Basal clumps of much divided leaves. Not the easiest plant to please. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 40cm.
£4.65
9.00
Geranium sylvaticum 'Lilac Eyes'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
For the shadier, moister situation this bold grower has open, single, lovely soft lilac-pink flowers with deeper eye lashes & purple anthers; May - July. Slow clump former with soft green, divided foliage. 60cms. 'Sylvaticum' = of woodland. A Robin Moss introduction.
£4.95
14.00
Geranium sylvaticum 'Master Charles Wilson'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Preferring shadier, moister conditions a bold grower with open, single, rich pink flowers with deeper veining. Slow, upright clump former with divided, soft green foliage. To 75 x 45 cms. A Robin Moss introduction
£4.95
11.00
Geranium sylvaticum 'Maylower' (AGM)
Wood Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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
£4.65
5.00
Geranium 'Tiny Monster'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Geranium tuberosum
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Cup-shaped, BRIGHT PURPLE-PINK flowers with deeper veining; mid spring. Summer dormant. Deeply cut mid- green leaves appear in autumn. Well drained soil in sun. 20x45cm.
£4.70
11.00
Geranium wallichianum 'Buxton's Variety' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
(syn. Buxton's Blue') Superb variety with lax stems carrying a succession of RICH-BLUE flowers with white centres; July to October. Ideal to train over wall or border edge. Any reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 15x45cms.
£4.65
1.00
Geranium wlassovianum
Cranesbill
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
1.00
Geranium x cantabrigiense
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Geranium x cantabrigiense 'Biokovo'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Masses of short-stemmed WHITE FLOWERS WITH PINK VEINING; May & June. Low, spreading perennial with finely cut foliage. Another superb hybrid from Cambridge Botanic Garden. Any reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 25cms.
£4.45
5.00
Geranium x cantabrigiense 'Crystal Rose'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Geranium x cantabrigiense 'Karmina'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
(macrorrhizum x dalmaticum) flowers: Dark rosy-mauve; early summer. A German selection making low, evergreen ground-cover the glossy leaves having an apple scent & taking on good autumnal colours. Excellent even in dry soil in sun. 30x60cm.
£4.45
2.00
Geranium x cantabrigiense 'St.ola'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
(G.dalamticum Album' x G.macrorrhizum Album') PURE WHITE flowers with circular, overlapping petals; early summer. Rounded basal leaves. Like Biokovo' but much more vigorous. Good ground cover in sun or shade. 25x60cm.
£4.45
12.00
Geranium x magnificum (AGM)
Hardy Border Geranium
 2Lt
Darkly veined, VIOLET-BLUE flowers; all summer. Handsome deeply cut, rounded hairy leaves with good autumn tints. Sun or part shade in any reasonable soil. 60x60cms.
£6.45
3.00
Geranium x magnificum 'Hylander'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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
£5.95
6.00
Geranium x magnificum 'Rosemoor'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Geranium x magnificum 'Vital'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
8.00
Geranium x monacense 'Jackie'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Ankum's White'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Beholder's Eye'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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
£4.35
1.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Frilly Gilly'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
12.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Hexham White'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.95
9.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Lace Time'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Close to G.versicolor. Cup-shaped white flowers strongly veined & netted red; all summer. Clumps of divided leaves. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
£4.95
10.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Laura Skelton'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Quite outstanding introduction with good sized white flowers covered in rich red veining during early summer. Basal mounds of divided leaves. Not easy to keep through the winter we have found. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 40cm.
£4.95
7.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Moundmaster'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Selected here for it's very dense, neat habit, forming a tight mound. The leaves are light green with chocolate blotches. Cup-shaped white flowers with reddish-pink veining, during late spring & early summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 35cm.
£4.70
8.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Music from Big Pink'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
A Robin Moss hybrid with good sized, slightly trumpet shaped rich pink flowers over a very long period through late spring & summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 40cm.
£4.95
17.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Rebecca Moss'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Abundant heads of cup-shaped, WHITE FLUSHED PEARLY-PINK deepening with age; all summer. Evergreen, leafy clump-former with much divided leaves. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
£4.95
7.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Red Sceptre'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
5.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Robin's Ginger Nut'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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
£4.70
9.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Rosenlicht'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Sandy'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Shorter, more compact form with basal clumps of divided, light-green leaves. Large large, pale blush-pink flowers with slightly deeper veining, during late spring & early summer. Easily grown in a retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 35cm.
£4.95
4.95
Geranium x oxonianum thurstonianum 'Breckland Brownie'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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
£4.95
4.00
Geranium x oxonianum thurstonianum 'Red Sputnik'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
New hybrid with large, deeply cut leaves usually with a ring of chocolate brown blotches . Small, starry rich cerise-red flowers during early summer & again if cut back hard after first flowering. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or pt,sh.(5-7)45cm
£4.95
10.00
Geranium x oxonianum thurstonianum 'Southcombe Double'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Geranium x oxonianum unknown hybrid
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Cannot come up with a valid name for this attractive hybrid, don't want to name another - the world does not need it! Cup-shaped baby-pink flowers with delicate veining & cream filaments during early summer, held on trailing stems. easy in any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 30cm.
£4.45
3.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Wargrave Pink' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.80
1.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Waystrode'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Whiter Shade Of Pale'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
8.00
Geranium x riversleaianum 'Russel Prichard' (AGM)
Hardy Border Geranium
 1.4Lt
Long carpeting branches forming a mat of greyish green leaves setting off beautifully the SINGLE, CHALKY-PINK BLOOMS produced over a very long period; June to October. Any reasonably drained soil in sun or light shade. 23x90cms.
£4.70
7.00
Geum 'Albama Slammer'
Avens
 1.4Lt
Semi double, glowing orange flowers with yellow highlights, held on burgundy red stems from May to July. Basal mounds of hairy, toothed basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 40cm.10
£4.70
5.00
Geum 'Banana Daiquiri'
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Geum 'Bell Bank'
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
11.00
Geum bulgaricum of hort.
Avens
 1.4Lt
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
£4.45
12.00
Geum coccineum 'Eos'
Avens
 1.4Lt
Our selected seedling from the MESE Alpine Garden trip to Epiros. Basal clumps of evergreen, rich golden yellow leaves. Sprays of bright orange flowers in late spring. Not too dry soil in sun/light shade. (4-6) 40cm.
£4.95
12.00
Geum 'Coppertone'
Avens
 1.4Lt
Probably a hybrid of G.rivale. Branched brown stems & pendant large, COPPER-APRICOT, creased petals; mid summer. Basal clumps of toothed leaves. Humus rich, retentive soil in sun or part shade. 30x45cm.
£4.70
11.00
Geum elatum CC7164
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
3.00
Geum 'Flames Of Passion'
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
17.00
Geum 'Lady Stratheden' (AGM)
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
2.00
Geum 'Lemon Drops'
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Geum 'Lisanne'
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
10.00
Geum 'Mango'
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Geum 'Mango'
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.30cm.
£4.70
9.00
Geum montanum (AGM)
Alpine Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
4.00
Geum 'Moonlight Serenade'
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
11.00
Geum 'Moonlight Serenade'
Avens
 2Lt
£6.25
3.00
Geum 'Mrs.J.Bradshaw' (AGM)
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
1.00
Geum 'Present'
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
11.00
Geum 'Primrose Cottage'
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
5.00
Geum rivale 'Album'
Water Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
7.00
Geum rivale 'Marika'
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
13.00
Geum rivale 'Marmalade'
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
2.00
Geum 'Rusty Young'
 1.4Lt
A slowish, compact form the nodding flowers, held in dark purple calyces, tend to vary from a pale yellow to tangerine throughout the flowering season; late spring to mid summer. Basal rosettes of hairy, bright green leaves. Fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade.30cms. Introduced by Roger Proud, Cumbria.
£4.70
11.00
Geum 'Scarlet Tempest'
Rosaceae
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
2.00
Geum 'Sunrise'
Avens
 1.4Lt
Cocktails series. Good edger with well branched burgundy stems carrying semi-double yellow flowers suffused rose at the tips as the flowers age, during late spring & early summer. Mounds of glossy, divided leaves. Retentive,w ell drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 45cm
£4.65
1.00
Geum 'Tequila Sunrise'
Avens
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.70
13.00
Geum x tirolense
Avens
 1.4Lt
(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.
£4.35
8.00
Gillenia trifoliata (AGM)
Bowman's Root
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
6.00
Gillenia trifoliata (AGM)
Bowman's Root
 2Lt
£6.35
15.00
Gillenia trifoliata 'Pink Profusion'
Bowman's Root
 1.4Lt
Bushy, slow growing perennial with wiry stems having divided, red flushed leaves. Sprays of starry pale-pink flowers from bright red buds during mid to late summer. Adaptable to sun or shade in a retentive soil. (7-9) 60cm.
£4.95
2.00
Gladiolus 'Carine'
Gladioli
 1.4Lt
(nanus group) Reasonably hardy, multistemmed hybrid giving a long show of colour all summer. Spikes of butterfly shaped soft cream flowers with red markings around the throat during mid to late summer. Light, free draining soil in sun. (7-9) 60cm.
£4.65
2.00
Gladiolus flanaganii
Gladiolus
 1.4Lt
Rarely seen species from the Northern Drakensbergs on the border with Lesotho. Spikes of narrowly trumpet shaped cherry-red flowers with white markings in the throat;- early summer. Proving reasonably hardy in a sheltered well drained spot in sun. (4-5)60
£5.35
5.00
Gladiolus italicus
Italian Gladioli
 1.4Lt
Much confused in cultivation for many years, this is the plant that for a long time has been sold as communis byzantinus. Loose spikes of narrow, funnel-shaped magenta flowers. Likes a hot dry summer dormancy. Well drained soil in sun but hardy. (5-7) 75cm.
£4.65
1.00
Gladiolus saundersii
Gladioli
 1Lt
Surprisingly hardy species from the Southern Drakensbergs with large scarlet, slightly reflexing flowers with white speckled lower lips, often in autumn & winter. Painfully slow to multiply & may need alpine house in winter. (8-9) 60cm.
£4.95
2.00
Gladiolus x colvillii 'Albus'
Gladioli
 2Lt
cardinalis x tristis. Species for a warm, sheltered spot with large, crimped petalled, pure white flowers with the hint of a cream stripe down the centre of each petal during early summer. . free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 90cm.
£5.35
1.00
Goniolimon tataricum
Perennial Statice
 1.4Lt
(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.
£4.35
12.00
Grindelia integrifolia
Gum Plant
 1.4Lt
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
£4.65
3.00
Gunnera magellanica
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
5.00
Gunnera magellanica 'Osorno'
Gunnera
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
7.00
Gunnera manicata (AGM)
 3Lt
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+
£7.50
3.00
Gunnera manicata (AGM)
 5Lt
£11.95
2.00
Gunnera perpensa
River Pumpkin
 2Lt
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.
£6.85
4.00
Gypsophila paniculata 'Bristol Fairy' (AGM)
Baby's Breath
 2Lt
Clouds of tiny, DOUBLE, STAR-LIKE, WHITE FLOWERS on very well branched, wiry stems; June to August. Airy perennial useful for filling spaces left by earlier flowerers. Any reasonable soil in sun or light shade. Grafted plants. 90cms.
£6.95
3.00
Hedychium densiflorum
Ginger Lily
 2Lt
Upright clump former, with lance-shaped glossy green leaves. Dense cylindrical spikes of fragrant pale-orange flowers with cream filaments. One of the hardier species for a very sheltered well drained spot in the south. (8-9) 400cm.
£6.95
8.00
Hedychium greenii
Ginger Lily
 2Lt
Will probably need winter protection unless grown in a favourable position. Exotic broad handsome leaves up the stems topped by spidery red flowers with long filaments throughout summer. highly fragrant. Retentive well drained soil. 150x60cm.
£6.95
4.00
Hedychium spicatum Himalayan Lipstick'
Hardy Ginger
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
8.00
Hedysarum coronarium
French Honeysuckle
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
6.00
Helenium 'Bruno'
Sneezeweed
 2Lt
Upright, clump forming perennial bearing many reddish-brown flowers with a yellow-rimmed brown cone. Retentive soil in full sun. (8-9). 120cms by 60cms.
£6.45
4.00
Helenium 'Chelsey'
Sneezeweed
 2Lt
New hybrid, very floriferous & excellent, well branched habit. Upward facing, daisy like, rich crimson flowers with yellow highlights;- mid to late summer. Like a retentive, light, sandy soil in sun. (7-8) 120cm.
£5.45
11.00
Helenium 'Dunkel Pracht'
Sneezeweed
 2Lt
(Dark Beauty') Deep, crimson-red flowers in late summer, ageing red-brown. Golden-yellow eye maturing brown. Retentive, yet free draining soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 80cm.
£6.95
3.00
Helenium 'El Dorado'
Sneezeweed
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
2.00
Helenium 'Feuersiegel' (AGM)
Sneezeweed
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
1.00
Helenium 'Goldrausch'
Sneezeweed
 2Lt
One of the tallest varieties with heads of golden-yellow flowers, flushed brown, around a raised, dark brown cone. Flowers late summer. May need staking in rich soils. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. (8-10) 120cm.
£6.35
5.00
Helenium 'Karneol' (AGM)
Sneezeweed
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
8.00
Helenium 'Loysder Wieck'
Sneezeweed
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
12.00
Helenium 'Moerheim Beauty' (AGM)
Sneezewort
 2Lt
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
£6.45
21.00
Helenium 'Pipsqueak'
Sneezeweed
 2Lt
Shorter, more vigorous form with the flower dominated by a large bronze-brown cone around a skirt of slightly drooping golden yellow ray petals; late summer into autumn. Good prairie plant for well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 55cm.
£6.45
12.00
Helenium 'Red Jewel'
Sneezeweed
 2Lt
Shorter form with dense clusters of rather small rich dusky reddish-pink flowers with a maroon cone which ages rusty gold. Tidy erect perennial flowering mid to late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 85cm.
£6.45
1.00
Helenium 'Riverton Gem'
Sneezeweed
 2Lt
A strong growing form bearing many red-yellow flowers with a prominent brown center. Well drained, light soil in sun. (8-9). 125cms by 65cms.
£6.95
3.00
Helenium 'Rubinzwerg' (AGM)
Sneezeflower
 2Lt
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.
£5.45
3.00
Helenium Sahin's Early Flowerer' (AGM)
Sneezeweed
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
4.00
Helenium 'The Bishop'
Sneezeweed
 3Lt
Erect stems topped by upward facing golden-yellow daisies with a brown central cone & frilled petals; June-Spetember. Excellent showy perennial for autumn colour. Divide regularly. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cm.
£6.95
1.00
Helenium 'Wesergold' (AGM)
Sneezeweed
 2Lt
Compact, free-flowering form, with golden-yellow daisies, with horizontally held rays & a golden rusty-brown central cone. This new German hybrid requires a well drained, retentive soil in sun. (7-9) 60cm.
£6.45
10.00
Helenium 'Wyndley'
Helen's Flower
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
24.00
Helenium 'Wyndley'
Helen's Flower
 3Lt
£6.95
2.00
Helenium 'Zimbelstern'
Sneezeweed
 2Lt
Tall stems toped by upward facing CREAMY-YELLOW flowers SLIGHTLY STREAKED RED, with a protruding brown cone. Good for cutting & loved by bees. Light, preferably sandy free draining soil in sun or light shade. (8-9) 120cm.
£6.45
3.00
Helianthella quinquenervis
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
1.00
Helianthus giganteus 'Sheila's Sunshine'
Giant Sunflower
 2Lt
Tall, imposing back of the border perennial with medium sized, single primrose coloured daisies with pointed, slightly quilled petals;- late summer through autumn. Strong grower in retentive soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 200cm.
£6.45
4.00
Helianthus 'Gullick's Variety' (AGM)
Sunflower
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
3.00
Helianthus 'Lemon Queen' (AGM)
Sunflower
 2Lt
Large, pale yellow daisies with a deeper eye are freely produced; late summer through mid autumn. Soft green leaves on tall stems. Fertile retentive soil in sun. 1.7x1.2m.
£6.45
11.00
Helianthus microcephalus
Sunflower
 2Lt
Huge back of the border perennial, with stout stems carrying coarse leaves, pubescent beneath. Small head sof large pale-yellow flowers with a deeper eye in late summer & early autumn. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 300cm.
£6.45
10.00
Helianthus 'Miss Mellish' (AGM)
Sunflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
8.00
Helianthus 'Miss Mellish' (AGM)
Sunflower
 2Lt
£6.95
8.00
Helianthus 'Monarch' (AGM)
Sunflower
 2Lt
Claimed to be the real thing, if so it will be tricky to grow. Muddled with other species this has very large, bold, brassy, slightly incurving golden-yellow flowers during late summer & autumn. Even it it isn't it's excellent. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. Gently spreads. (8-10) 160cm.
£5.95
10.00
Helianthus pauciflorus
Prairie Sunflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Helianthus salicifolius
Willow leaved sunflower
 2Lt
Clump forming perennial, with whorls of narrow, arching willow like leaves on tall stems. Large golden-yellow daisies with a brown central disc in early & mid autumn. Fertile, humus rich, moist well drained soil in sun. (8-10) 250cm.
£6.45
12.00
Helianthus x kellermanii
Sunflower
 1.4Lt
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
£4.65
3.00
Helianthus x kellermanii
Sunflower
 3Lt
£6.35
11.00
Helianthus x laetiflorus
Sunflower
 2Lt
(pauciflorus x tuberosus) Long stems topped with very decorative, large, bright golden-yellow daisies with a distinctive brown eye; late summer. Tall clump-former with corase leaves. Retentive soil in sun. 150x60cm.
£5.95
7.00
Helianthus x multiflorus 'Meteor'
Sunflower
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Helichrysum amorginum 'Ruby Cluster'
 1.4Lt
Choice evergreen perennial with rosettes of narrow, felted grey leaves. Short, branched stems with striking red buds opening to daisy like cream flowers with a yellow eye;- summer. Needs sharply drained soil in sun. (6-8) 45cm.
£4.95
1.00
Helichrysum 'Schweffellicht'
 1.4Lt
(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.
£4.65
1.00
Heliopsis helianthoides scabra 'Asahi'
Ox-eye
 1.4Lt
Shorter species with comparatively small, pom pom like, fully double, golden-yellow flowers, held on long stalks;- mid to late summer. Likes a well drained soil in sun. (6-9) 60cm.
£4.65
7.00
Heliopsis helianthoides scabra 'Patula'
Orange Sunflower
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Heliopsis helianthoides scabra 'Spitzentanzerin'
Ox-eye
 1.4Lt
Tall leafy perennial, with semi-double DARK-GOLD upward facing flowers on stout stems late in the season. Large coarse leaves. Good for cutting. Fertile, rich well drained soil in sun. (8-10) 120cm.
£4.35
1.00
Heliopsis helianthoides scabra 'Venus'
Ox-eye Sunflower
 2Lt
Formal, large semi-double golden-yellow daisies with a deeper golden-orange centre. Remarkable for it's stout stems which rarely need staking. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 90cm.
£5.95
2.00
Heliopsis helianthoides 'Tuscan Sun'
perennial sunflower
 1.4Lt
Short perennial sunflower, initially bred for pots but also good for the border. Well branched stems carry good sized rich golden-yellow daisies with an orange cone from late summer through autumn. easily grown in a retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 45cm.
£6.35
4.00
Heliopsis helianthoides 'Tuscan Sun'
perennial sunflower
 2Lt
£6.45
5.00
Helleborus abschasicus
 2Lt
Clump forming, evergreen perennial with cup shaped, plum red, single flowers with a boss of yellow stamens; Feb - March. Leathery, divided leaves. Will seed freely in undisturbed ground. Native to western end of Caucasus. Prefers a fertile, moist yet drained soil in dappled shade. 45x45cms.
£12.75
5.00
Helleborus atrorubens (of.hort)
Hellebore
 2Lt
Much confusion surrounds this plant. This looks much like an orientalis with clusters of cup-shaped soft smokey pink-purple flowers in early spring apppearing with the deeply lobed glossy leathery leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (2-4) 40cm.
£12.75
1.00
Helleborus bocconei
 2Lt
A deciduous species from Croatia & Italy. Deciduous perennial carrying lovely cup shaped, ribes scented, green flowers with a boss of greenish-yellow stamens; Jan - April. Deeply cut, fleshy green leaves. For a freely drained, fertile soil in sun. Allow to seed in un-disturbed ground. 30x30cms.
£12.75
3.00
Helleborus bocconeim 'Toscane'
Hellebore
 2Lt
A deciduous species from Tuscany. Deciduous perennial carrying lovely cup shaped, ribes scented, green flowers with a boss of greenish-yellow stamens; Jan - April. Deeply cut, fleshy green leaves. For a freely drained, fertile soil in sun. Allow to seed in un-disturbed ground. 30x30cms.
£12.75
1.00
Helleborus foetidus Wester Flisk Group
Stinking Hellebore
 2Lt
Handsome evergreen with deeply divided purplish leaves & reddish stems. Sprays of pendant green bells, edged purple; February-April. Fertile, retentive soil in shade or sun. 60x60cms.
£9.25
1.00
Helleborus lividus (AGM)
 2Lt
Superb basal clumps of evegreen glossy dark bluish-green leaves with silver veining, flushed purple pink beeneath. Bowl shaped pinky-green flowers through winter & spring. Best in dappled shade & will not stand heavy frosts. 45x45cm.
£12.75
1.00
Helleborus niger (AGM)
Christmas Rose
 1.4Lt
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.
£6.75
1.00
Helleborus niger (AGM)
Christmas Rose
 2Lt
£12.75
1.00
Helleborus niger 'Double Fashion'
Christmas Rose
 2Lt
The first double flowered form of niger. Fully double, rather quilled petalled white flowers, finishing with just a pink flush;- January to April. Palmate leathery green leaves. Prefers a lighter, free draining soil in sun or part shade. (1-4) 40cm.
£9.60
1.00
Helleborus niger 'HGC Jacob Royal'
Christmas Rose
 2Lt
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.
£11.95
1.00
Helleborus odorus
Hellebore
 1.4Lt
Small clusters of outward facing, fragrant, green flowers; midwinter to early spring. Evergreen, leathery, deep green basal leaves, hairy beneath. Good rich soil in sun or dappled shade. 45x45cm.
£7.25
1.00
Helleborus 'Silver Dollar'
Hellebore
11cm
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.
£4.55
1.00
Helleborus viridis
Green Hellebore
 2Lt
A species with hanging, cup-shaped flowers - the DARKEST GREEN of any hellebore; late spring. Deciduous leaves purple-tinged when young. Growing naturally across mid-europe in deciduous woodland edges on limy, humus rich soil. 30cms.
£12.75
3.00
Helleborus x ericsmithii 'Winter Sunshine'
Hellebore
 2Lt
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.
£11.95
6.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Angelier'
Lenten rose
 2Lt
Beautiful, outfacing, double flowers with soft creamy green winged, frilly 'petals' & a boss of creamy stamens. Leathery, evergreen leaves. For a retentive yet drained, fertile soil in sun or shade. 30x30cms
£12.85
1.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Circe'
 2Lt
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.
£19.95
2.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Circe'
 1.4Lt
£12.95
9.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Harvington Apricots'
Hellebore
 2Lt
Difficult to breed true to colour. The outer face of the petals are apricot-pink, more soft creamy apricot on the insides. AS WITH ALL HELLEBORES EXPECT SOME VARIATION. Humus rich, retentive, well drained soil in part shade. (2-4) 40cm.
£8.95
1.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Harvington Double Reds'
Double Lenten Rose
 2Lt
Seed raised Hellebores, breeding reasonably true from seed. Should give double, claret-red, quilled petalled flowers in late winter & early spring. Glossy, palmate leaves. Humus rich, well drained soil in part shade. (1-3) 40cm.
£8.95
1.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Harvington Whites'
Lenten Rose
 2Lt
White Hellebores offer a very strong growing plant, breeding almost totally true from seed. These plants have generous bowl-shaped white flowers with a small boss of cream stamens from January to April. Bold clumps of leathery leaves. Best in a rich, retentive soil in part or full shade. (1-4) 45cm.
£12.50
1.00
Helleborus x hybridus Helen Ballard's best white
Lenten Rose
 2Lt
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.
£17.95
2.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'John Hopkins'
Lenten Rose
 2Lt
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.
£12.75
1.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Ws Double Pink Spotted'
Lenten Rose
 2Lt
£12.50
1.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Ws Double Yellow Spotted'
Lenten Rose
 2Lt
£0.00
1.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Ws Pink'
Lenten Rose
 2Lt
Single rose pink flowers suffused white. Rarely are 2 flowers identical. Evergreen perennial. Best in a sheltered position in semi-shade in fertile, moist yet free draining rich soil. Ideal for planting with deciduous shrubs. Flowers: Jan-March
£10.50
1.00
Helleborus x sternii 'Ashwood'
 2Lt
(H.argutifolius x H.liividus) Profusion of small, saucer shaped green flushed oink flowers with a large boss of long, creamy stamens; Jan - March. Conspicuously toothed, leathery, pewter green leaves. Slow, clump forming perennial for a very sheltered, dry position in sun. Selected & refined over many years. 30x30cms.
£12.75
1.00
Helleborus x sternii 'Boughton Beauty'
 2Lt
A lovely strain making evergreen clumps of divided, strongly veined, grey-green, pink backed foliage & pink stems. Pendant clusters of cup-shaped, soft-green tinged pink flowers; late Jan - April. Best in full sun on reasonably drained soil. 45x45cms.
£12.75
1.00
Helleborus x sternii 'Flame'
 2Lt
(H.argutifolius x H.liividus) Profusion of small, saucer shaped green flushed rose pink flowers with a large boss of long, creamy stamens; Jan - March. Conspicuously toothed, leathery, pewter green leaves. Slow, clump forming perennial for a very sheltered, dry position. 30x30cms.
£12.75
1.00
Heloniopsis tubiflora 'Temple Bells'
 1.4Lt
Previously sold as orientalis Korean form. Evergreen rosettes of rather pale green, bronze tinged, strap like leaves. One sided spikes of tubular, lavender-purple flowers with long filaments, during mid to late spring. HATES ARTIFICIAL FEED. Best in a rich, retentive soil in shade. (3-5) 20cm.
£4.95
3.00
Hemerocalis 'Pardon Me'
Day Lily
 2Lt
Masses of rich red-burgundy, single blooms with a greenish yellow throat; July - August. Clumps of arching, lance shaped, green leaves. Prefers a fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cms
£5.45
12.00
Hemerocallis 'Astolat'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
10.00
Hemerocallis 'Black Magic'
Day Lily
 2Lt
Darkest reddish-brown flowers with a yellow throat; June-July. Clump forming perennial with sheaves of lance-shaped, rich green leaves. Retentive yet drained soil in sun. Ht: 90cms.
£6.35
11.00
Hemerocallis 'Black Stockings'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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
£5.35
1.00
Hemerocallis 'Black Stockings'
Day Lily
 2Lt
£6.45
8.00
Hemerocallis 'Cara Mia'
Day Lily
 3Lt
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.
£5.95
1.00
Hemerocallis 'Carrick Wildon'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
7.00
Hemerocallis 'Catherine Woodbery'
Day Lily
 2Lt
One of the best with large flared SOFTEST BLUSH-PINK, almost white flowers & a LIME-GREEN THROAT. Flowers are continually produced in midsummer. Arching grassy clumps. Any not too dry soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cm.
£6.35
10.00
Hemerocallis 'Exploded Pumpkin'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
3.00
Hemerocallis 'Exploded Pumpkin'
Day Lily
 2Lt
£6.45
8.00
Hemerocallis 'Eye On America'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
4.00
Hemerocallis 'Finders Keepers'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
2.00
Hemerocallis 'Frans Hals'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
Older cultivar, with alternative orange-gold & burgundy-red petals with a gold stripe down the centre of each burgundy petal. Good long flowering cultivar for ordinary soil in sun or light shade. (7-8) 60cm.
£4.95
8.00
Hemerocallis 'Frosted Vintage Ruffles'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Hemerocallis 'Frozen Jade'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Hemerocallis 'Golden Chimes' (AGM)
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Hemerocallis 'Greenland'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
1.00
Hemerocallis 'Joan Senior'
Day Lily
 2Lt
Almost circular white flowers are flushed just the palest of pinks, the recurved petals exposing the small, yellowish-green throat. Flowers mid to late summer. Fertile retentive soil in sun. 60x75cm.
£5.65
6.00
Hemerocallis 'Just My Size'
Daylily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
4.00
Hemerocallis 'Lady Betty Fretz'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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
£4.65
2.00
Hemerocallis 'Lemon Bells' (AGM)
Day Lily
 2Lt
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.
£5.65
6.00
Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus (AGM)
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
3.00
Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus (AGM)
Day Lily
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Hemerocallis 'Little Wine Cup'
Day Lily
 2Lt
Dwarf hybrid with flared, DEEP BURGUNDY-WINE flowers with a large, rich golden-orange throat; July to September. Narrow, grassy strap-like leaves. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
£6.35
11.00
Hemerocallis 'Lotus Position'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
7.00
Hemerocallis 'Madeleine Nettle Eyes'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
7.00
Hemerocallis 'Madeleine Nettle Eyes'
Day Lily
 2Lt
£6.45
11.00
Hemerocallis 'Marion Vaughn' (AGM)
Day Lily
 2Lt
Stiff stems topped with sprays of lily-like PALE YELLOW flowers WITH A GREEN THROAT. Quickly makes bold clumps of glistening, grassy foliage. Any reasonable, not too dry soil in sun or part shade. 75cms. Flowers: June-August.
£6.35
9.00
Hemerocallis 'Mary Todd'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
2.00
Hemerocallis 'Mauna Loa'
Day Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
1.00
Hemerocallis 'Seal Of Approval'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
4.00
Hemerocallis 'Stafford'
Day Lily
 2Lt
Free flowering evergreen, with narrow strap-like leaves. Slender scapes with star-shaped scarlet flowers with yellow midribs & throat. Quick to multiply. Fertile, moist yet well drained soil in full sun. (6-7) 75cm.
£6.35
3.00
Hemerocallis 'Stella de Oro'
Day Lily
 2Lt
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.
£5.65
6.00
Hemerocallis 'Stella de Oro'
Day Lily
1.5lt
£5.95
2.00
Hemerocallis 'Think Pink'
Daylily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
6.00
Hemerocallis 'Veins of Truth'
Day Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.65
5.00
Hemerocallis 'Whichford' (AGM)
Day Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
8.00
Hepatica 'Forest Purple'
Hepatica
 1Lt
Small woodlander giving a splash of colour in spring. Clusters of purple-blue flowers on short stems during winter & spring. Rosettes of glossy, velvety dark green, three lobed leaves on purple stems. A seed strain which can be a little variable. Cool, moist woodland soil in part shade. (1-4) 5cm.
£5.30
7.00
Hesperaloe malacophylla
 3Lt
Collected in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas where it grows in the shade of trees. A stemless species with rosettes of very narrow, grey-green curving leaves with white thread like appendages. Large, branched spikes of white flowers as it matures. likely to be cold hardy but may dislike winter wet.
£12.75
1.00
Hesperantha coccinea alba
Kaffir Lily
 1Lt
Clump-forming perennial with long, linear leaves. Spikes of small, cup-shaped WHITE flowers late in the season. Fertile, retentive soil in sun - must be moist through summer. 45cms. Flowers: October-December.
£3.99
3.00
Hesperantha coccinea 'Countesse De Vere'
Kaffir Lily
 1.4Lt
Strong growing hybrid with rather large, deepest pink flowers with almost a luminous glow, one of the darkest colours available;- late summer to christmas. Fans of sword like leaves. Retentive, never dry soil in sun or light shade. (9-11) 60cm.
£4.65
3.00
Hesperantha coccinea 'Fenland Daybreak'
Kaffir Lily
 1.4Lt
Spikes of cup-shaped, MID-PINK, narrow petalled flowers giving good late season colour. Clump forming perennial with long, linear leaves. Fertile, retentive (must be kept moist in summer) soil in sun. 60cms. Flowers: October-December.
£4.65
4.00
Hesperantha coccinea 'Fenland Daybreak'
Kaffir Lily
 1Lt
£3.99
7.00
Hesperantha coccinea 'Jennifer' (AGM)
Kaffir Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
2.00
Hesperantha coccinea 'Major' (AGM)
Kaffir Lily
 1Lt
A lovely grassy-leaved plant from south Africa with silky cup-shaped blooms of rich red starry flowers on slender stems. Good cut flower. Moist fertile soil in sun. 60x60cm. Flowers: Sept-Dec.
£3.99
5.00
Hesperantha coccinea 'Professor Barnard'
Kaffir Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
1.00
Hesperantha coccinea 'Professor Barnard'
Kaffir Lily
 1Lt
£3.99
9.00
Hesperantha coccinea 'Sunrise' (AGM)
Kaffir Lily
 2Lt
Spikes of large, SALMON-PINK, cup-shaped flowers late in the season. Clump-former with long, lance-shaped leaves. Needs moisture and warmth to flower. 60x45cms. Flowers: October-December.
£6.35
2.00
Hesperantha coccinea 'Sunrise' (AGM)
Kaffir Lily
 1Lt
£3.99
7.00
Hesperis matronalis
Sweet Rocket
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
1.00
Hesperis matronalis
Sweet Rocket
 2Lt
£4.95
8.00
Hesperis matronalis albiflora 'Alba Plena'
Double Sweet Rocket
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.45
1.00
Heuchera 'Apple Crisp'
Alum Root
 2Lt
Excellent evergreen, even for dry shade. Tight mounds of scallop shaped apple-green leaves with a light silver overlay. The margins are finely toothed & crisped. Short stems carry bell-shaped white flowers through midsummer. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 20cm.
£6.95
2.00
Heuchera 'Bilberry'
Alum Root
 2Lt
Evergreen clumps of ruffled, dark maroon -black leaves.Short, airy spikes of buff-pink flowers; May-June. Retentive yet drained, fertile soil in sun. Ht: 30cms.
£6.85
1.00
Heuchera 'Black Beauty'
Alum Root
1.5lt
Striking foliage plant with rather large, maple-shaped rich brown-black leaves with wavy, undulate margins. They have an attractive polished sheen. Airy spikes of tiny, bell-shaped white flowers during summer. Retentive, well drained soil, colouring best in sun. (6-8) 50cm.
£6.85
6.00
Heuchera 'Boysenberry'
Alum Root
1.5lt
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.
£6.75
1.00
Heuchera 'Cherry Cola'
Alum Root
 2Lt
(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.
£6.95
2.00
Heuchera 'Chocolate Ruffles'
Coral Bells, Alum Root
 1.4Lt
Large, evergreen leaves chocolate-brown on top showing the purple-maroon undersides where the leaves ruffle. Sprays of small, buff-pink flowers in stiff spikes; May to September. Very popular in the USA. Ordinary soil in sun or shade.
£5.45
3.00
Heuchera 'Fire Chief'
Alum Root
1.5lt
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.
£6.85
2.00
Heuchera 'Forever Purple'
Alum Root
 3Lt
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.
£6.95
6.00
Heuchera 'Georgia Plum'
Alum Root
 2Lt
A compact form of 'Georgia Peach' with rather large, warm plum flowers with a silver & pink overlay. The leaves tend to be a lot more pink in winter. Airy sprays of purple flushed white flowers from red buds throughout summer. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 40cm.
£6.85
1.00
Heuchera 'Gojiberry'
Alum Root
 2Lt
Mounds of heavily ruffled, golden mustard-brown leaves, more peachy orange on the new growth. With the ruffling it shows the burgundy red reverses. Darker red tones in winter. Dainty spikes of white flowers on dark stems during late spring. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 40cm.
£6.95
5.00
Heuchera 'Huckleberry'
 2Lt
Lovely evergreen with scallop shaped silvery metallic-purple foliage all season which turns to pinky during the autumn. Wiry stems topped with delicate, soft pink flowers in summer. Likes a fertile, moist yet drained soil in sun or part shade. Great for containers or borders for year round interest. 30x30cms.
£6.95
3.00
Heuchera 'Marmalade'
Alum Root
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
7.00
Heuchera 'Mulberry'
Heuchera
 2Lt
Evergreen, herbaceous perennial forming a mound of glowing, rich burgundy-red, glossy, scalloped shaped leaves. Fine, upright stems topped with soft pink flowers in summer. Ideal for containers or borders. Any reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 30x30cms.
£6.95
12.00
Heuchera 'Obsidian'
Alum Root
 2Lt
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
£6.95
14.00
Heuchera 'Paris'
Alum root
 2Lt
American hybrid, bred for it's flower power with huge, open plumes of small, bell-shaped rose-pink flowers all summer, often re-blooming in autumn. Maple shaped green leaves with a heavy silver overlay. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (5-9) 45cm.
£6.95
5.00
Heuchera sanguinea 'Ruby Bells'
Coral Bells
 1.4Lt
This European selection makews clumps of evergreen light green leaves overlaid silver. Dainty stems carry small, rich-red bells; mid-summer. Easily grown in a well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
£4.95
17.00
Heuchera 'Shangai'
Alum Root
 2Lt
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.
£6.85
2.00
Heuchera 'Silver Scrolls'
Alum Root
 2Lt
Mounds of palmate silver leaves heavily overlaid with red-purple veining & reverses. Purple stems carry small bell-shaped white flowers in midsummer. retentive soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 35cm.
£6.95
5.00
Heuchera 'Sloeberry'
Heuchera
 2Lt
Evergreen herbaceous perennial forming a mound of attractive silver suffused burgundy, scallop shaped leaves. Wiry stems topped with panicles of pink-white flowers in summer. An reasonable soil in sun or part shade. Excellent for containers of borders. 30x30cms
£6.95
1.00
Heuchera 'Southern Comfort'
Alum Root
1.5lt
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.
£6.85
3.00
Heuchera 'Tayberry'
1.5lt
Evergreen, herbaceous perennial forming a neat mound of glowing, rich burgundy, glossy, scalloped leaves. Wiry spikes topped with panicles of pink-white flowers in summer. Ideal for containers or borders in a reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. To 30x30cms.
£6.85
3.00
Heuchera villosa 'Palace Purple'
Alum Root
 1.4Lt
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
£4.95
15.00
Heuchera villosa 'Palace Purple'
Alum Root
 2Lt
£6.95
3.00
Heuchera 'Wildberry'
 2Lt
Stunning, large, scolloped, very glossy, rich purple leaves with charcoal veins. Colour held right through the season. Wiry dark stems hold rosy pink calyxes and white flowers; summer. Clump forming evergreen making a bold statement for containers or borders in a retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 25x30cms. Introduced 2019
£6.95
10.00
Heuchera x villosa 'Carnival Coconut'
 2Lt
Large, rounded, mint green, evergreen leaves splashed silver & mahogany. Wiry stems topped with small delicate, white flowers; mid summer. Ongoing colour for containers & borders in a fertile, well drained yet moist soil. Best in dappled shade. To;30x30cms
£6.90
6.00
Hibiscus palustris
Swamp Hollyhock
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
8.00
Hippeastrum 'Toughie'
 2Lt
Originating in New Zealand but not native there. Bulbous plant like an Amaryllis belladonna. From a surface bulb are clumps of arching red flushed green leaves. Naked stems topped by trumpet shaped vermilion crimson flowers in autumn. Untried for hardiness 55cm
£6.95
10.00
Hosta 'Big Daddy' (sieboldiana x)
(Sieboldiana x )
 1Lt
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.
£3.99
7.00
Hosta 'Big Daddy' (sieboldiana x)
(Sieboldiana x )
 2Lt
£6.45
11.00
Hosta 'Blue Cadet'
Plantain Lily
 1.4Lt
Forms tight rosettes of overlapping, large, oval, blue-grey, glaucous leaves creating dense ground cover. Rich-purple trumpet shaped flowers. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 60x60cm. Flowers: June-August.
£5.35
3.00
Hosta 'Cherry Berry'
Plantain Lily
 1.4Lt
Tidy small leaved Hosta, with narrow, pointed dark-green leaves, irregularly splashed cream in the centre. Deep-violet flowers on red stems. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (7-8) 40cm.
£5.65
1.00
Hosta 'Devon Green'
 2Lt
Forms dense clumps of satiny, deeply veined, dark green, elliptic leaves to 15cm long. Pale purple, lily like flowers in mid summer. For a cool, retentive, fertile soil in full or part shade. For containers or borders. 50x60cms.
£6.45
9.00
Hosta 'Devon Green'
 1.4Lt
£4.95
8.00
Hosta 'Empress Wu'
Plantain Lily
 3Lt
Rarely seen sport of 'Big John' & certainly one of the largest leaved Hostas ever bred. Huge, rounded puckered blue green leaves with parallel prominent veining. Big 5ft spikes of lavender flowers. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 150cm.
£6.95
4.00
Hosta 'First Frost'
Plantain Lily
 3Lt
Small/medium leaved Hosta. A sport from 'Halcyon' which inherits the same pointed, chalky blue leaves, but this time has a regular creamy-white margin. always looks neat. Spikes of purple flowers on short escapes. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 45cm.
£6.95
3.00
Hosta 'Francee' (fortunei) (AGM)
(Fortunei)
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
1.00
Hosta 'Frances Williams' (sieboldiana) (AGM)
(sieboldiana)
 2Lt
Very large, ribbed, glaucous leaves with a striking yellow margin deepening as the season progresses. Slender stems with lily-like MAUVE flowers; June to August. Best in moist soil and partial shade.
£6.45
15.00
Hosta 'Frances Williams' (sieboldiana) (AGM)
(sieboldiana)
11cm
£4.65
12.00
Hosta 'Gold Medallion'
Plantain Lily
 2Lt
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. 
£6.75
2.00
Hosta 'Great Expectations' (sieboldiana)
(sieboldiana)
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
2.00
Hosta 'Great Expectations' (sieboldiana)
(sieboldiana)
 1Lt
£3.99
10.00
Hosta 'Guacamole'
Plantain Lily
 1.4Lt
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
£4.95
1.00
Hosta 'Orange Marmalade'
Plantain Lily
 2Lt
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'.
£6.45
7.00
Hosta 'Patriot'
Plantain Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
4.00
Hosta 'Pilgrim'
Plantain Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
2.00
Hosta plantaginea
lantain Lily
 1.4Lt
(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.
£4.65
2.00
Hosta 'Powder Blue'
 3Lt
Extra large cultivar with blue, heart shaped, puckered, thick fleshy leaves. Upright stems lined with lily like blue flowers; July - August. Best in a fertile, moisture retentice soil indappled shade. Ideal specimen perennial for containers or border. 75x60cms. Origin: Japan
£6.95
6.00
Hosta 'Praying Hands'
Plantain Lily
 2Lt
Very unusual Hosta with narrow, upward pointing dark green leaves with a wavy, finely white edged variegation, looking like a pair of praying hands. Spikes of narrow lavender flowers. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 40cm
£6.45
2.00
Hosta 'Purple Heart'
Plantain Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
3.00
Hosta sieboldiana elegans (AGM)
 2Lt
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.
£5.95
3.00
Hosta 'Stained Glass'
Plantain Lily
 3Lt
Sport of 'Guacamole' with large, heart-shaped burnished gold leaves with a broad irregular dark & light green margin. Spikes of trumpet shaped light lavender flowers in late summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. HOSTA OF THE YEAR 2006. 80cm.
£6.95
6.00
Hosta 'Sum & Substance' (AGM)
Plantain Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
4.00
Hosta 'Sweet Susan'
Hosta
 2Lt
Fast growing, easy variety forming uniform rounded, upright mounds of thick, rich green, ovate, ribbed leaves. Upright stems carry lily-like, fragrant, lavender blue flowers in July & August. Best in a moist yet drained, fertile soil in sun or shade. To: 45 x 45cms.
£6.75
1.00
Hosta venusta (AGM)
Plantain Lily
 1.4Lt
Small leaved form, with narrow, wavy margined dark-green leaves, glossy beneath. Spikes of trumpet-shaped violet flowers on leafy stems from midsummer to mid autumn. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 20cm.
£4.95
4.00
Hosta 'Wide Brim' (agm)
Plantain Lily
 1Lt
A very attractive form with blue-green leaves and very wide irregular margins of cream. Slender stems of pendant, lily-like lavender flowers, summer. Moisture retentive soil in part shade. 60cmx60cm
£3.99
11.00
Houttuynia cordata 'Flame'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
3.00
Hylomecon japonica
Wood Poppy
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.30
3.00
Hylotelephium telephium Atropurpureum group
Sedum
 2Lt
Previously 'Sedum telephium'. Popular, easy, clump forming perennial with large, ovate, fleshy, purple-red leaves from March on. Terminal clusters of small pink-white flowers from mid-summer on. Very attractive to bees & butterflies. Free draining soil in sun or part shade. 60 x 45cms.
£6.35
1.00
Hymenoxys hoopesii
Sneezeweed
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.35
9.00
Impatiens arguta
Himalayan Busy Lizzie
 1.4Lt
Showy woodland species from the Himalayas & S.China with fleshy, red flushed stems & deeply veined, red edged leaves. Curiously hinged, soft violet-blue flowers with a long spur in spring & summer. Coolw oodland conditions in shade. (4-8) 30cm.
£5.35
1.00
Impatiens insignis
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
1.00
Impatiens omeiana 'Ice Storm'
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Impatiens omeiana 'Pink Nerves'
 1.4Lt
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.
£6.35
1.00
Impatiens P1961
Perennial Busy-Lizzy
 1.4Lt
Woodland species, collected in China & yet to be identified. Creeping rhizome with thick, fleshy, olive-green leaves. Top hinged, lilac-pink flowers with with a yellow throat, spotted red, during late summer & autumn. Never too dry soil in humus rich, woodland conditions in part shade. (8-10) 45cm.
£5.45
6.00
Impatiens puberula HWJK 2063
Busy Lizzy
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
9.00
Impatiens rothii
Roth's Busy Lizzy
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.65
6.00
Impatiens sp. DJHC 98415
 1.4Lt
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
£4.95
9.00
Impatiens stenantha
Busy Lizzy
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.45
4.00
Impatiens uniflora
Busy Lizzy
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
11.00
Incarvillea grandiflora
Trumpet Flower
 1.4Lt
Rather like a shorter, larger flowered form of delavayi with radiating whorls of trumpet shaped mid-pink flowers on short stems in late spring. Basl rosettes of pinnate leaves which wither by late summer. Well drained soil in sun. (4-5) 20cm.
£5.35
8.00
Incarvillea mairei SDR 4336
 1.4Lt
Short racemes of disproportionately large, CRIMSON-PURPLE, trumpet-shaped flowers with a white & yellow throat; early summer. Like a small I.delavayi with basal rosettes of pinnate leaves. 30x30cms.
£4.65
1.00
Incarvillea zhongdianensis
 1.4Lt
(syn I.macrocephala) Previously in cultivation as i.compacta. Intense glowing rich magenta tubby trumpets held in the crown amongst pinnate leaves. Newly described species. Rich well drained soil in sun or part shade. 15x15cm.
£5.35
1.00
Inula ensifolia
 1.4Lt
Wiry stems topped with large, golden-yellow daisies with long, thin petals; June-July. An easy to grow front of the border perennial forming a dense clump of narrow leaves. A sun lover for any reasonable soil. 30x30cms.
£4.70
1.00
Inula hookeri 'Mude'
Elecampane
 1.4Lt
A shorter form of hookeri with rather large, narrow, ragged petalled golden-orange flowers from a swollen calyx, throughout midsummer. Erect stems with hairy, light-green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 80cm.
£4.95
2.00
Inula magnifica
Elecampane
 2Lt
Big, bold, imposing back of the border plant with light, pale green, dock like leaves. Branched stems carry heads of 15cm rich golden daisies with very fine ray petals, during late summer. Slow to maturity. Retentive, deep fertile soil in sun. (8-10) 180cm.
£5.45
10.00
Inula salicina
Willowleaf Yellowhead
 1.4Lt
Widespread European species forming gently spreading clumps with narrow, deeply veined, willow like leaves. Flattened heads of golden-yellow daisies in mid to late summer. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-8) 45cm.
£4.35
6.00
Ipheion uniflorum
Spring Starflower
 1.4Lt
(syn. Tristagma) Star-shaped, upward facing PALE SILVERY-BLUE FLOWERS WITH DARKER MIDRIBS: spring. Well scented. Narrow, grassy, blue-green leaves. Fertile rich yet well drained soil in full sun. 20x45cm.
£4.35
2.00
Iris 'Benton Nigel'
Bearded Iris
 2Lt
Glowing rich violet standards with deeper violet, velvety falls & a bronze-yellow 'beard'; May & June. Plant rhizomes at soil level in a very free draining spo with plenty of sunshine. A Cedric Morris introduction. 90cms.
£6.35
2.00
Iris 'Black Gamecock' (louisiana)
Water Iris
 1.4Lt
(Louisiana Iris) A crested Iris with large, upward facing, six petalled, rich velvety purple, almost black flowers. Small red tinged styles & gold splash. Broad, sword like leaves. Retentive or moist even wet soil in sun. (6-7) 60cm.
£4.70
8.00
Iris 'Blue Shimmer' (Tall Bearded)
(Tall Bearded)
 2Lt
Stiff stems topped with beautiful WHITE flowers with a WIDE, BLUE PICOTEE; May-June. Forms a clump of stiff, lance shaped leaves from thick rhizomes. Well drained soil in full sun. 90x60cm.
£6.35
1.00
Iris bracteata
Siskiyou Iris
 2Lt
(Californian hybrid) The Siskiyou Iris from N.California & S.Oregon. Erect fans of glaucous flushed leaves. Elegant, upward facing softest cream, occasionally white flowers with black veins;- early summer. A dry meadow plant for a sunny site. (5-6) 60cm.
£5.95
12.00
Iris 'Butter & Sugar' (Siberian) (AGM)
Siberian Iris
 2Lt
(Sibirica Group) Branching stems carrying 2 to 3 PURE WHITE FLOWERS WITH CREAMY-YELLOW FALLS. Sheaves of grassy leaves. Adaptable to most conditions but prefers moist soil in sun or shade. 65x45cm. Flowers: June-July.
£6.35
1.00
Iris 'Cambridge' (Siberian) (AGM)
Siberian Iris
 1.4Lt
One of the best with pale turquoise-blue flowers with yellow & white markings on the falls. Narrow erect grassy leaves. Adaptable to most conditions but prefers moist soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cm.
£4.65
1.00
Iris 'Carnaby' (Tall Bearded)
Tall Bearded Iris
 2Lt
(Tall Bearded Iris) Showy, rosy-apricot standards with large, rosy-purple falls, the colour fading slightly at the edges. Striking orange beard. Fans of broad, grey-green leaves. Plant with tubers at the surface. Light soil in sun. (5-6) 80cm.
£6.25
1.00
Iris 'Chartreuse Bounty' (Siberian)
Siberian Iris
 1.4Lt
The flowers open very flat with pale cream-yellow standards, darkening at the centre, & yellow-green falls; May & June. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm.
£4.65
4.00
Iris chrysographes (AGM)
Siberian Iris
 2Lt
Rhizomatous beardless Siberian Iris. Erect fans of narrow, sword-like, grey-green leaves. Unbranched stems with two fragrant dark red-violet flowers, with gold streaks on the falls. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 45cm.
£6.35
4.00
Iris 'Dark Circle' (Siberian)
Siberian Iris
 1.4Lt
Rounded, ruffled, velvety purple, with flared falls. Small, dark green signal. Small white throat. Narrow, upright fans of leaves. any reasonable soil, especially retentive, in sun or part shade. (5-7) 70cm.
£4.70
8.00
Iris 'Dusky Challenger' (Tall Bearded)
Tall Bearded Iris
 2Lt
A tall bearded Iris with lightly ruffled, intense violet-purple flowers with a deeper violet-blue beard, during May & June. Fans of broad, glaucous grey-green leaves. Plant with tubers near the surface. Well drained soil in sun. (5-7) 70cm.
£6.35
1.00
Iris ensata 'Dresden China'
Japanese Water Iris
 2Lt
Rather unusual form with good sized palest soft grey flushed sky-blue flowers, covered in very fine white veins. Yellow stained throat. Flowers early summer. Erect fans of glaucous flushed, sword like leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 90cm.
£6.95
1.00
Iris ensata 'Kuma-funjin'
Japanese or Water Iris
 2Lt
Moisture or aquatic Iris with large, upward facing white flowers, subtly shaded & veined purple blue at the edges. Short purple flushed standards & a yellow throat. Flowers May & June. Fans of sword like leaves. Retentive soil or even shallow water in sun. (5-7) 75cm.
£6.95
3.00
Iris ensata 'Pin Stripe'
Japanese Iris
 2Lt
Very large petals are white, heavily veined lilac-purple & a yellow eye; June & July. Fans of sword-like deep green leaves. Needs a moisture retentive, not too dry soil in sun or part shade. 75x60cm.
£5.95
4.00
Iris ensata 'Variegata' (AGM)
Japanese Water Iris
 2Lt
Beautiful sword like ribbed leaves are variegated grey, green & cream. The DARK RED-PURPLE flowers have three short standards & three drooping falls in midsummer. Dislikes chalk. Prefers humus-rich, moist soil in sun. 90x45cm.
£6.35
2.00
Iris 'Harpswell Happiness' (Siberian) (AGM)
Siberian Iris
 1.4Lt
Ruffled petalled creamy-white flowers, with large drooping falls & small erect standards. Creamy-yellow in the throat. Retentive soil in sun or part shade but tolerant of almost anything. (5-7) 60cm.
£4.70
1.00
Iris 'Holden's Child'
Flag Iris
 1.4Lt
(pseudacorus hybrid) Very unusual American selection with yellow signals & large, mustard yellow falls heavily veined & netted brown, much like 'Holden Clough'. Multi branched stems & large, lush leaves. Retentive or wet soil in sun. (6-7)70cm.
£4.65
1.00
Iris 'Jane Phillips' (Tall Bearded) (AGM)
Tall Bearded Iris
 1.4Lt
A lovely old cultivar with comparatively small, well poised intense sky-blue flowers with a luminous quality unsurpassed in modern varieties. Plant with rhizomes at the surface. Well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 75cm.
£4.95
1.00
Iris 'Jane Phillips' (Tall Bearded) (AGM)
Tall Bearded Iris
 2Lt
£6.95
2.00
Iris 'Kabluey' (Siberian)
Siberian Iris
 1.4Lt
Rather unusual Siberian Iris with upward facing, broad petalled, fully double, intensely inky, double violet-blue flowers with a very small white throat. Flowers May & June. Erect fans of narrow, sword like, mid-green leaves. Any soil, except dry in sun or part shade. (5-6) 75cm.
£4.65
2.00
Iris latifolia 'Mont Blanc'
English Iris
 1.4Lt
Bulbous iris with large white flowers faintly tinged lilac; early summer. Narrow lance shaped leaves. Good for naturalising in grass. well drained soil in sun. 45x30cm.
£4.35
1.00
Iris lazica (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Unguicularis Group. Short stems topped with lavender-blue flowers the white falls veined lavender; February-March. Arching fans of broad, evergreen, bright green leaves. Rhizomatous perennial for slight shade in moist soil - unlike the others in this group. Ht: 30cms.
£5.35
6.00
Iris lazica (AGM)
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Iris 'Lemon Veil' (Siberian)
Siberian Iris
 1.4Lt
Very distinct American hybrid with ruffled flowers which open pearly, light lavender-pink with strong hints of a pale yellow color underneath. Mustard yellow throat. Has a good bud count. Flowers May & June. Erect fans of sword like leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-6) 60cm.
£4.70
3.00
Iris 'Moon Silk' (Siberian)
Siberian Iris
 1.4Lt
Very large, creamy-white standards, almost as large as the falls. Ruffled, pale lemon-yellow falls. Flowers May & June. Fans of upright leaves. Any reasonable soil, especially retentive in sun or shade. (5-6) 90cm.
£4.70
9.00
Iris 'Mountain Lake' (Siberian)
Siberian Iris
 1.4Lt
Sumptuous, elegantly poised soft-blue flowers over a long period in late spring & early summer. The throat is marked violet, gold & white. Narrwo, grey-green upright leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (6-7) 75cm.
£4.65
2.00
Iris 'Nightfall' (Tall Bearded)
Tall Bearded Iris
 2Lt
(Tall Bearded Iris) Bold, bearded Iris with showy darkest purple-blue flowers with a black sheen. Flowers late spring & early summer. Well drained soil in full sun. (5-6) 100cm.
£6.35
1.00
Iris 'Persimmon' (Siberian)
Siberian Iris
 1.4Lt
A tall, elegant, clump forming perennial with delicate, powder-blue flowers, marked white & yellow in the throat & delicately veined deeper blue. Flowers May & June. Erect fans of sword like leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. 90x45cm. (5-6)
£4.65
2.00
Iris 'Pink Charm' (Tall Bearded)
Tall Bearded Iris
 2Lt
Tall Bearded Iris. Sumptuous, gently ruffled, soft, peach-pink flowers, with a striking orange beard. Plant with tubers near the surface to ensure a summer baking. Well drained soil in sun. (5-6) 75cm.
£6.35
2.00
Iris 'Pogo' (Dwarf Bearded)
Short Dwarf Bearded
 2Lt
Chrome-yellow flowers the falls spotted mahogany-red; May. Short, stiff, upright stems & fans of sword-like leaves. Plant rhizome at soil level. Well drained, gritty soil in sun. 35cms.
£6.35
1.00
Iris pseudacorus 'Spartacus'
Flag Iris
 1.4Lt
Moisture loving hybrid with good sized rich gold flowers with plain standards & heavily brown netted falls;- July & August. Glaucous flushed sword like leaves. Retentive or even wet soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 120cm.
£4.65
2.00
Iris 'Rajah' (Tall Bearded)
(Tall Bearded)
 2Lt
Stiff stems topped with ORANGE-YELLOW flowers WITH CRIMSON FALLS. Forms clumps of lance-shaped leaves from thick rhizomes showing at the surface. Well drained soil in full sun. 90cms. Flowers: May-June.
£0.00
4.00
Iris 'Roanoake's Choice' (Siberian)
Siberian Iris
 1.4Lt
Siberian Iris. Very unusual, flat flowers, with three rows of petals. Six standards, three large & three small are white, with just a faint cream & lilac flush. Pale lilac falls with a deep gold throat. Any soil, especially retentive. (6-8) 75cm.
£4.70
2.00
Iris 'Sable' (Tall Bearded)
(Tall Bearded)
 2Lt
Stiff stems topped with rich, deep blue-black flowers; May & June. Forms a clump of lance-shaped leaves from thick rhizomes. Drained soil in full sun. 90cms
£6.35
2.00
Iris sanguinea 'Snow Queen'
Siberian Iris
 3Lt
(Siberian Iris Group) Sanguineas are superficially very close to sibirica IRis. Upright fans of narrow, glaucous flushed leaves & elegantly poised white flowers, stained yellow at the centre;- June & July. Any reasaonable soil especially retentive.
£6.35
3.00
Iris 'Snowcrest' (Siberian)
Siberian Iris
 1.4Lt
£4.65
6.00
Iris 'Sparkling Rose' (Siberian)
Siberian Iris
 1.4Lt
(Sibirica) Unusual colour break with the branching stems having clear rose-pink flowers with yellow veining in the throat; May & June. Upright clumps of narrow grassy leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cms.
£4.65
3.00
Iris 'Spicy Cajun' (louisiana)
Water Iris
 1.4Lt
(Louisiana Iris) Strange name for a violet-blue flowered form! Six petalled flowers with a fine white edge. Short white styles with a yellow flared throat. Braod, sword like leaves. Retentive or even wet soil in sun or light hade. (6-7) 80cm.
£4.95
9.00
Iris tuberosa
Snake's Head Iris
 1.4Lt
was Hermodactylus. Attractive iris-like heads of cream & brown; April & May. Long, soft, linear leaves appear in autumn. Suitable for naturalizing in rockeries, border edges etc. in a friable, humus-rich, open soil with good drainage. Sun or part shade. Ht:15cms.
£4.35
5.00
Iris typhifolia
 2Lt
An elegant, moisture loving, rhizomatous perennial with erect fans of fine, upright, sword-like leaves. Elegant, sibirica like, soft violet-blue flowers are held during April & May. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (4-5) 75x45cm. From China. 
£7.45
12.00
Iris unguicularis (AGM)
Algerian Iris
 1.4Lt
(syn.Iris stylosa) Beautiful LAVENDER-BLUE flowers on short, stiff stems; December to February. Narrow dark green foliage. Plant in a sheltered, warm, reasonably drained spot. 40x40cms.
£5.95
12.00
Iris unguicularis 'Walter Butt'
Algerian Iris
 1.4Lt
Evergreen Iris for a warm, sheltered spot. Fans of narrow, a little scruffy leaves with large, three petalled palest blue flowers with a yellow marked throat all winter during mild spells.Best at the foot of a warm wall in sun. (12-3) 40cm.
£6.95
12.00
Iris variegata
Hungarian Iris
 2Lt
This Central European species is the parent in the breeding of many of todays colourful hybrids. Despite it's name, the flowers are variegated, not the leaves. Fans of sword shaped leaves are topped by yellow flowers with purple, white veined falls, during May & June. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-6) 60x45cm.
£7.25
10.00
Iris variegata
Hungarian Iris
 1.4Lt
£6.35
12.00
Iris 'White City' (Tall Bearded)
(Tall Bearded)
 2Lt
(Tall Bearded) Large WHITE flowers on stiff, upright stems. Fans of sword-like leaves. Expose rhizomes when planting. Well drained, sunny position. 90cms. Flowers: May-June.
£6.35
2.00
Iris x robusta 'Gerald Darby' (AGM)
(x robusta)
 2Lt
(versicolor x virginica) A moisture lover with RICH-BLUE carried on unusual purple flower stems. Quick spreading clumps of sword-like leaves are stained purple at the base. Even grows in water. 90x90cmS. Flowers: Midsummer.
£6.35
1.00
Isopyrum thalictroides
Rue leaved Isopyrum
 1Lt
Delicate spring woodlander, close to Thalictrum with finely divided, apple-green leaves. simple bowl-shaped flowers follow shortly afterwards. Like many woodlanders it is ephemeral 7 returns to dormancy quickly. Cool, moist woodland soil in part shade. (3-5) 10cm.
£4.95
7.00
Jaborosa integrifolia
 1.4Lt
Stemless, large white trumpets, flared at the mouth, nestle among broad, dark green leaves; June to September. Quick spreading ground coverer for a warm, sunny position. Argentina & Brazil.15x90cms.
£4.95
3.00
Jasione laevis 'Blaulicht'
Shepherd's Scabious
 2Lt
Spiky, rounded fluffy lilac-blue flowerheads on unbranched stems; summer. Tufted basal rosettes of narrow leaves. Fertile, well drained soil in sun. 30x30cm.
£6.95
4.00
Jeffersonia diphylla
Rheumatism root
 1.4Lt
Tufted clump-former with unusual two-lobed leaves that open after flowering. Large, WHITE, cup-shaped flowers in spring. Dies down quickly after flowering. Hates root disturbance. Choice plant for cool, leafy, woodland soil in shade. 30x30cm.
£4.45
11.00
Jovellana punctata
Jovellana
 1.4Lt
Half hardy sub-shrub with clusters of small, Calceolaria like white pouches with purple spots in the throat during May to July. Nettle like leaves. Will only stand short periods of frost. Light well drained soil in sun. (5-7) 40cm.
£4.65
2.00
Jovellana punctata
Jovellana
 3Lt
£8.20
3.00
Jovellana violacea (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Small sub-shrub, native to Chile with unusual small lobed leaves with a fine brown rim & flush. Clusters of Calceolaria like, small lilac purple flowers like small pouches;- spring through summer. Needs a warm spot or cold greenhouse in winter. (5-8) 45x45cm.
£4.95
6.00
Jovellana violacea (AGM)
 3Lt
£8.20
2.00
Kalimeris incisa
 1.4Lt
Easy to grow daisy from Japan & Siberia with simple erect stems topped by profuse clusters of single lilac-blue daisies with a yellow central eye:- late summer into autumn. Glossy, toothed gren leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 90cm.
£4.35
1.00
Kalimeris incisa 'Madiva'
Japanese False Aster
 1.4Lt
Dwarfer, more compact form with woody stems with toothed, dark green leaves. Heads of starry sky-blue flowers with a creamy-yellow eye;- early to midsummer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 35cm
£4.65
3.00
Kalimeris incisa 'Nana Blue'
Blue Star
 1.4Lt
Very dwarf form of this late summer flowering perennial. Low, spreading clumps topped by clouds of narrow petalled, starry lilac-blue daisies over a long period from late summer into autumn. Foliage turns reddish as winter progresses. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 30cm.
£4.35
1.00
Kalimeris mongolica 'Mon Jardin'
 1.4Lt
Airy, branching stems with terminal clusters of smallish, white daisies with a yellow eye; Aug - Sept. Attractive to insects. Ovate green leaves. For a fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. Slow clump former to 60x45cms,
£4.70
9.00
Kalimeris yomena 'Shogun'
 1.4Lt
A lovely variegated plant with each leaf edged cream. Pale purple daisies in August & September on upright stems. Slowly forms a dense clump. Any soil in sun. 60x75cms
£4.65
4.00
Kirengeshoma palmata (AGM)
 1.4Lt
An unusual Japanese perennial noted for its buttermilk-yellow, 5cm (2inch), shuttlecock-like flowers of great charm; August & September. Good rich soil in part shade. 90x60cm.
£5.35
5.00
Kitaibela vitifolia
Chalice Flower
 2Lt
A relative of the mallow from the Danube Statuesque plant with pointed vine like leaves, & lots of white Mallow flowers. Any reasonable soil in sun.180x90cm.(6-10)
£6.35
1.00
Knautia macedonica 'Red Knight'
Macedonian Pincushion
 2Lt
Strong growing, more upright form with well branched stems carrying pincushion like, rich crimson red flowers over a long period through summer. Much more red than the species. Downy grey basal leaves. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 90cm.
£6.95
2.00
Kniphofia 'Bees' Lemon'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Medium sized poker with narrow spikes of densely packed lemon flowers from green buds. Upright clumps of narrow grassy leaves. Reliably hardy in a retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 85cm.
£6.75
3.00
Kniphofia 'Bees' Sunset' (AGM)
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Spikes of soft yellowish-orange flowers; early to late summer. Rosettes of upright, toothed, deciduous leaves. Deep fertile, rich yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cm.
£6.75
3.00
Kniphofia 'Bressingham Comet'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
The pokers open a rich flame-orange turning golden-yellow as they open up the spike; August - October. Low growing variety making evergreen clumps of fine, narrow, grassy leaves. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cms.
£6.75
1.00
Kniphofia 'Bressingham Sunbeam'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Small form, with narrow rich golden-yellow pokers with a copper-flush, held on red flushed stems. Narrow, upright fans of semi-evergreen leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 60cm.
£6.75
2.00
Kniphofia caulescens (AGM)
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
An unusual hardy variety with stems like a Yucca. Coral-red pokers mature to greenish lemon-white; September into November. Sheaths of twisted, grey, evergreen leaves. Any retentive yet well drained soil in sun. 120x90cm.
£6.75
2.00
Kniphofia 'Christmas Cheer'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Although not the most exciting of poker s, it reliably flowers through November & December. Long, elegant tapering spikes of dull-orange flowers when little else is around. Robust clumps of broad, keeled leathery leaves. Best in a retentive,w ell drained soil in a sheltered spot in sun. (11-12) 100cm.
£7.50
2.00
Kniphofia 'Dorset Sentry'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Fat pokers of slender clear bright acid-yellow flowers held on dark bronze stems in late summer & autumn. Narrow, upright dark-green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-10) 90cm.
£6.35
1.00
Kniphofia 'Drummore Apricot'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Long spikes of widely spaced apricot flowers opening from green buds, held on bronze flushed stems. Flower late summer & early autumn. More or less evergreen. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 60cm.
£6.75
1.00
Kniphofia 'Ember Glow' (Glow Series)
Red Hot Poker
 1.4Lt
The first in a series of very dwarf pokers from America. Fine, grassy upright leaves. Narrow spikes of glowing, flame-orange & yellow bicoloured flowers over a long period from August to November. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (8-11) 40cm.
£4.95
4.00
Kniphofia 'Fiery Fred' (AGM)
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
A big bold perennial with INTENSE ORANGE-SCARLET pokers throughout mid to late summer. One of the hardiest varieties. Grassy, evergreen, strap-like leaves. Fertile, well drained yet retentive soil in sun or part shade. 120x60cm.
£6.95
1.00
Kniphofia 'John Benary'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Compact old Irish cultivar, with striking spikes of coral-red, orange flushed flowers late in the season. Upright clumps of narrow, strap-like leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun or light shade. (8-10) 75cm.
£6.75
3.00
Kniphofia 'Minister Verschuur'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Red Hot Poker. Tidy, upright evergreen poker with clumps of upright, grassy, dark-green leaves. Bronze flushed stems carry narrow, bright yellow flowers pikes from mid to late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 90cm.
£6.75
3.00
Kniphofia northiae
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Large greenish yellow pokers are tipped coral red; late summer & early autumn. Evergreen smooth grey-green basal rosettes. The true plant is rare in cultivation. Retentive well drained soil in sun. 120x90cm.
£6.35
1.00
Kniphofia 'Old Court Seedling'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Small, rather grassy deciduous hybrid with narrow spikes of soft orange flowers opening from green buds;- June and July. The leaves are long & linear. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 60cm.
£6.35
2.00
Kniphofia parviflora
Red Hot Poler
 2Lt
Long, refined stems with a lined on one side with tightly packed, long, tubular, soft cream flowers; Aug - Sept. Forms clumps of coarse, matt green, long, lance shaped, evergreen leaves. For a retentive yet drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 75cms.
£6.95
10.00
Kniphofia 'Percy's Pride'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Pokers of greeny-yellow tubular flowers; August to November. One of the hardiest varieties. Dense clumps of evergreen, basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. 75x60cm.
£6.95
9.00
Kniphofia 'Rich Echoes' (AGM)
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Twice flowering poker with well packed spikes of apricot-yellow flowers from dusky orange buds, during June & July & September to October. Dark bronze stems. Healthy sword like rapier leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-7 & 9-10) 80cm.
£6.35
1.00
Kniphofia rooperi (AGM)
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Bold almost rounded spikes of deep rich orange flowers maturing deep gold; early autumn. Robust with long narrow rich green evergreen leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun. 120x60cm.
£6.75
16.00
Kniphofia 'Samuel's Sensation' (AGM)
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
There are so many imposters here but i think this is the real thing. Narrow orange red pokers on bronze flushed stems;- July & August. Blue-green strap like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 100cm.
£6.95
1.00
Kniphofia 'Shining Sceptre'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Soft orange pokers fading to soft brown pokers on upright, brownish stems; July-August. One of the hardiest varieties. Bold stands of upright, evergreen leaves. Well drained yet retentive soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cm.
£6.95
4.00
Kniphofia thomsonii 'Kichocheo'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
This name is Swahili for poker & represents the form collected by John Grimshaw. More closely packed, denser spikes of orange & yellow bicoloured flowers during midsummer. Rosettes of narrow, very long, thickly fleshy leaves. Only hardy in the most sheltered of spots in a sunny spot. (6-8) 120cm.
£6.75
2.00
Kniphofia 'Toffee Nosed' (AGM)
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Superb variety the pokers colouring from toffee-brown at the tip through to cream as they open; July-September. Clumps of upright, sword-like leaves. Free draining soil in sun. 100cms. VERY DIFFICULT IN THE OPEN GARDEN AS IT REALLY NEEDS WINTER PROTECTION.
£6.35
3.00
Kniphofia typhoides
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Rare species with small spikes of light buff-brown flowers faintly flushed purplish-brown; autumn. Has a slight scent. Erect rosettes of leaves. From lower altitude of S.Africa & may not be as hardy. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun or part shade.
£6.95
3.00
Kniphofia 'Vesta'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Now scarce in cultivation this variety bred by Alan Bloom has slender, rich yellow pokers over a long period during late summer. Erect clumps of fine, grassy leaves. Best in a sheltered, retentive yet well drained spot in sun. (7-9) 80cm.
£6.75
1.00
Lamium maculatum 'Red Nancy'
Dead Nettle
 1.4Lt
Forms spreading carpets of almost complete silver leaves. Purple-pink hooded flowers, provide a lovely contrast. Any soil in light shade. 30x60cm. (4-7)
£4.45
8.00
Lamium orvala
Dead Nettle
 1.4Lt
Spikes of pinkish-purple, two lipped flowers held in whorls on square stems; late spring to summer. Non-invasive, clump-forming perennial with almost triangular, toothed, dark green leaves. Retentive yet drained soil in part shade. Ht: to 60cms.
£4.70
10.00
Lamium orvala 'Album'
Dead Nettle
 1.4Lt
Unusual upright form, with woody stems carrying large pale-green toothed leaves. Short spikes of comparatively large hooded dirty-white flowers in spring often repeating in autumn. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (5-7) 45cm.
£4.65
1.00
Lamium orvala 'Silva'
Deadnettle
 1.4Lt
Unusual deciduous species with large, nettle like, toothed green leaves with a faint silver central stripe, disappearing by flowering. Large, tubular dusky purple flowers in spikes during early & midsummer. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. 40cm.
£4.70
9.00
Lamprocapnos spectabilis (AGM)
Bleeding Heart
 2Lt
Elegant perennial with attractive ferny foliage and tall, arching stems drooping with delicate rose & white lockets. Best in deep, rich, reasonably drained soil in cool growing conditions. 60x45cms. Flowers: April-July.
£6.35
3.00
Lamprocapnos spectabilis 'Gold Heart'
Bleeding Hearts
 1.4Lt
The new growth is intense golden yellow, maturing to a lemon yellow in summer. Arching sprays of pink-red, heart-shaped lockets, with a white mouth in spring. Best in dappled shade as it scorches in sun, in woodland soil. (4-5) 90x50cm.
£5.30
1.00
Lamprocapnos spectabilis 'Valentine'
Lyre Flower
 2Lt
Showy form of this cottage favourite. The new shoots emerge purple, becoming glaucous. Glowing red lockets on arching spikes in spring. Sheltered spot as it has fleshy stems. Retentive woodland soil in part shade. (3-5) 60cm.
£6.95
12.00
Lamprocapnos spectabilis 'Valentine'
Lyre Flower
11cm
£0.00
24.00
Laserpitium siler
 1.4Lt
Slow growing umbellifer, soundly perennial with rather waxy grey, finely cut, airy leaves. Large, flattened heads of white flowers in a lacy head during summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 90cm.
£4.95
3.00
Lathyrus palustris
Marsh Pea
 1.4Lt
Rare native of fenland bogs this moisture loving, fast running pea has scrambling, very delicate leaves with narrow leaflets. Clusters of pea like striking cerise & sky-blue flowers;-mid to late summer. Constantly moist or wet soil. Ht to 2mtrs.
£4.65
4.00
Lathyrus pratensis
Meadow Vetchling
 1.4Lt
An East Anglian speciality with scrambling stems to 1.2mtrs with narrow leaves, twining as it grows. Good sized bright yellow pea-like flowers in large clusters are borne in summer & loved by wildlife. Likes a damp soil in sun. Ht to 1.2mtrs with support.
£4.65
2.00
Lathyrus rotundifolius 'Tillyperone'
Sweet Pea
 1.4Lt
Rare, slow growing form of rotundifolia with rounded grey-green leaflets, bred at Oxford Botanical garden. The flowers are a prolific rich dawn pink & smother the plant;- midsummer. Rarely available as it is so slow to produce. Rich, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-7) Ht to 2mtrs.
£6.45
3.00
Lathyrus tuberosus
Earth Chestnut
 1.4Lt
A low sprawling climber for growing through shrubs. Clusters of rich rosy pink, pea-like flowers throughout summer followed by attractive seed pods. Spreads by runners. Soundly perennial. Humus-rich, fertile well drained soil in sun or part shade. 120x60cm.
£4.95
5.00
Lathyrus 'Tubro'
rotundifolius x tuberosus
 1.4Lt
An unusual hybrid between these two species which should only be propagated by division. Slightly running root with delicate leaflets on twining stems. Small clusters of brick reddish-pink pea flowers during summer. Reasonable soil in sun. (7-8) |Ht to 2.5mtrs.
£4.65
8.00
Lathyrus venetus
Vetchling, Wild Pea
 1.4Lt
Superficially similar to the well known L.vernus with basal clumps of rounded leaflets. Larger flower clusters of pea like violet red flowers during late spring. Does not produce tendrils. Retentive, moist soil in sun or part shade. 30x45cm.
£4.65
13.00
Leonurus turkestanicus
 2Lt
Stout stems topped with long spikes of small, tubular, soft violet-pink flowers with dark calyces; June-August. Paired, alternate, trident shaped, green-grey leaves heavily veined purple. Free draining soil in sun or part shade. 60cms. Arid regions of central Asia.
£6.45
6.00
Leptinella squalida 'Platt's Black'
 1.4Lt
Brass Buttons is a totally flat, mat forming evergreen with pinnate, finely divided. fern like leaves, heavily flushed, purple, bronze & black. Rather small yellow-green stemless buttons, from mid-spring to midsummer. Retentive, well drained soil, colouring best in sun. (5-8) 5cm.
£4.35
6.00
Leucanthemella serotina (AGM)
 2Lt
Strong growing, erect perennial massed with large, daisy-like white flowers with a greenish yellow disc; early to late autumn. Stems lined with elliptic, toothed leaves. Any reliably moist soil in sun or part shade. Wet meadows of SE Europe. Ht: 1.5m.
£5.45
3.00
Leucanthemum 'Real Charmer'
Shasta Daisy
 1.4Lt
Very distinct form with large, semi-double, ragged petalled, creamy-white flowers with fringed tips. Has a large central yellow disc, surrounded by very short, erect, golden-yellow petals. Flowers mid to late summer. Basal clumps of toothed leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 50x45cm.
£4.65
3.00
Leucanthemum x superbum ;Victorian Secret'
Shasta Daisy
 2Lt
Compact perennial with mats of toothed, glossy, leathery, deep green leaves. Branched stems are topped by semi-double, pure-white daisies with two rows of petals around the golden yellow disc. Flowers mid to late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 50x45cm.
£6.45
1.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Brightside'
Shasta Daisy
 1.4Lt
Excellent as a cut flower, this has well developed, single white flowers around a yolk yellow centre during late summer. Basal clumps of toothed, dark green leaves. Well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 90cm.
£4.70
5.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Brightside'
Shasta Daisy
 1Lt
£3.99
12.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Brightside'
Shasta Daisy
 3Lt
£6.45
6.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Crazy Daisy'
Shasta Daisy
 1.4Lt
Double, large white flowered form with narrow, slightly ragged, narrow ray petals;- late summer on well branched stems. basal rosettes of thick, fleshy, toothed dark green leaves. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 90cm.
£4.65
1.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Engelina'
Shasta Daisy
 1.4Lt
A short Shasta daisy with double, very fine, frilled & frothy petals around a yolk yellow cone;- mid to late summer. Toothed, leathery green leaves. Very distinct hybrid for a retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 40cm.
£4.65
2.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Ice Star'
Shasta Daisy
 1.4Lt
Very distinct anemone flowered form with a central row of shorter, more quilled petals, lightly stained yolk yellow. Flowers mid to late summer. Glossy, toothed basal leaves. Free draining soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 70cm.
£4.65
1.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Real Dream'
Shasta Daisy
 1.4Lt
Semi-double soft creamy yellow flowers, opening with a greenish tinge & ageing almost pure-white ;- mid to late summer. The plant constantly evolves.Basal mats of glossy, leathery toothed leaves.
easy in any well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 50cm.
£4.65
2.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Real Dream'
Shasta Daisy
 3Lt
£6.95
2.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Real Galaxy'
Shasta Daisy
 1.4Lt
Dwarf, neat, compact, mound forming perennial with basal clumps of leathery. glossy green leaves. Branched stems carry large, white daisies with several rings of very fine, thread like petals around the gold disc. Flowers mid to late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 55cm.
£4.65
13.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Real Glory'
Shasta Daisy
 1.4Lt
Very distinct, anemone-flowered form with white flowers having multiple layers of fine petalled, white flowers. The centre is rich yolk yellow & bleeds from the centre outwards. Free flowering from mid to late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 60x45cm.
£4.65
4.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Real Neat'
Shasta Daisy
 1.4Lt
Tidy, shorter variety with double flowers made of perfect trumpet-shaped petals, like a flute around a golden-yellow eye ;- mid to late summer. Mats of glossy, toothed leaves. Easy in a retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 50cm.
£4.65
9.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Shapcott Summer Clouds'
Shasta Daisy
 1.4Lt
Bred by the UK National collection holder, this tough hybrid has white daisies reminiscent of an Erigeron. Forms a ring composed of many layers of very fine white ray petals of a very formal shape. Gold eye. Flowers June to September. Green toothed leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 60cm.
£4.65
3.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Silberprinzesschen'
Shasta Daisy
 1.4Lt
A dwarf, compact form of the popular Shasta Daisy. Large single white daisies with a golden-yellow eye over mounds of toothed, fresh-green leaves. Good edger or ground cover for well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 30cm.
£4.35
8.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Snow Lady'
Shasta Daisy.
 1.4Lt
Dwarfer form with heads of single, daisy-like, pure white flowers on strong, upright stems. Clump-forming perennial with basal mounds of fresh-green, deeply toothed leaves. For a fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun. Ht: 25-40cms.
£4.70
7.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Stina'
Shasta Daisy
 1.4Lt
Anemone centred double form with short, shaggy ray petals around a yolk yellow central cone;- midsummer. Popular in Germany but not well known here. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 90cm.
£4.35
1.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Sunny Side Up'
Shasta Daisy
 1.4Lt
Large flowers with a double layer of white petals around a raised anemone golden centre. Basal clumps of dark-green, toothed basal leaves. Good for cutting. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 75cm.
£4.80
2.00
Leucojum aestivum
Summer Snowflake
 1.4Lt
Robust bulbous perennial with erect, strap-shaped glossy, dark-green leaves. Leafless stems carry chocolate scented white flowers with green tips in late spring. Retentive or moist rich soil in sun. (4-5) 60cm.
£4.35
1.00
Leucojum aestivum
Summer Snowflake
 2Lt
£7.25
6.00
Leucojum aestivum 'Gravetye Giant' (AGM)
Summer Snowflake
 1.4Lt
A vigorous large flowered form of this snowdrop lookalike with long strap-shaped leaves topped by drooping clusters of pure white, bell-shaped flowers with green tips; April & May. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun. 60x30cm.
£4.35
3.00
Leucojum vernum (AGM)
Spring Snowflake
 1.4Lt
Early flowering bulb with glossy, upright, strap like leaves. Nodding, broadly bell shaped white flowers, tipped green;- early spring. Easily grown in well drained soil in sun. (2-3) 20cm.
£4.35
5.00
Liatris scariosa 'Alba'
Gay Feather
 1.4Lt
Denizen of the Prairies with erect, poker like spikes of button-like, white flowers, opening from the top down;- midsummer. Narrow tufts of linear leaves. Light, fertile, moist, well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 90cm
£4.65
1.00
Liatris spicata 'Alba'
Gayfeather
 1.4Lt
Stiff bottlebrushes of white flowers which, unusually, open from the top. Tufts of grassy leaves. Well drained soil in sun. 60x30cm. Flowers: July-August.
£4.65
4.00
Liatris spicata 'Floristan Violett'
Button Snakewort
 1.4Lt
Dense cylindrical spikes of deep-violet flowers open from the base making a mass of strap-shaped petals & long curling stigmas; late summer. Dark green leaves arranged in whorls up the stems. Well drained soil in full sun. 90x45cms.
£4.80
1.00
Liatris spicata 'Floristan Weiss'
Button Snakewort
 1.4Lt
Dense cylindrical spikes of PURE WHITE flowers open from the base making a brush of strap-shaped petals & long curling stigmas; late summer. Dark green leaves in whorls. Well drained soil in sun. 90x45cm.
£4.35
1.00
Liatris spicata 'Kobold'
Gayfeather
 1Lt
Spectacular perennial producing stiff bottle brushes of fluffy, mauve flowers above tufts of grassy leaves; June to September. Prefers well drained soil & full sun. 45x30cms.
£3.99
1.00
Libertia 'Ballrogan Blue'
 1.4Lt
A slow growing, wispy form of caerulescens, so coming from Chile, will need a warm garden. Erect ferns of narrow, leathery erect leaves. Well branched stems carry sprays of starry sky-blue flowers during mid to late summer. Free draining soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (7-8) 45cm.
£5.45
13.00
Libertia elegans
 1.4Lt
Rarely seen Chilean species with upright fans of narrow, glaucous flushed sword like leaves. Airy, branched sprays of three petalled white flowers;- mid to late summer. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-8) 75cm.
£4.95
5.00
Libertia elegans
 2Lt
£6.45
10.00
Libertia formosa
 2Lt
(syn. L.chilensis) Sprays of PURE WHITE saucers with yellow stamens over quick spreading clumps of iris-like foliage. Sun or part shade in well drained soil. 90x60cm. Flowers: June-July.
£6.45
8.00
Libertia ixioides 'Goldfinger'
 1.4Lt
ixioides x peregrinans. Evergreen clump former with splayed fans of strap like, leathery, golden-bronze leaves. Short stems with three petalled white flowers during early summer. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-7) 45x45cm.
£5.45
3.00
Libertia procera
 2Lt
From fans of leathery, dark evergreen leaves arise spikes with cup-shaped, three-petalled pure-white flowers in early summer. Easily grown in any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 60cm.
£6.45
8.00
Ligularia calthifolia
Leopard Plant
 1.4Lt
Big, bold, moisture loving perennial with large, almost rounded, finely toothed leaves. large, flattened heads of shaggy golden-yellow daises suring mid to late summer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 120cm.
£4.65
1.00
Ligularia dentata 'Desdemona' (AGM)
 2Lt
Striking, handsome plant producing large, heart shaped leaves or rich brownish green above & mahogany red below. Branching heads of VIVID ORANGE DAISIES; August. Rich, moist soil in sun or & partial shade. 1.5x60cms.
£6.75
7.00
Ligularia dentata 'Desdemona' (AGM)
 4Lt
£8.75
2.00
Ligularia dentata 'Megamona'
Golden Groundsel
 1.4Lt
Much like a larger form of Desdemona'. Large, rounded purple-green leaves are deep maroon-purple beneath. Flattened heads of orange-yellow flowers on red stems from midsummer through autumn. (7-9) 180cm.
£0.00
5.00
Ligularia 'Franz Feldweber'
Leopard Plant
 2Lt
Old Austrian hybrid, bred from dentata 'Moorblut'. Shorter in stature, this has good sized heads of rich golden-orange daisies through mid to late summer. The rounded leaves are heavily flushed purple. Strangely neglected in the UK. Best in a retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. (7-8) 80cm.
£6.35
5.00
Ligularia przewalskii (AGM)
Leopard Plant
 2Lt
Long, rocket-like spikes of deep yellow flowers on long, dark purple-green stems; June-August. Large, deeply lobed, palmate leaves. Best in fertile, moist soil in part shade. To: 2.0x1.0m.
£6.35
3.00
Ligularia 'Sungold'
Ox-eye
 2Lt
Imposing, moisture loving perennial with large, pyramidal spikes of rich golden-orange daisies;- mid to late summer. Basal clumps of glossy, rounded, toothed, dark-green leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 150cm.
£6.35
1.00
Ligularia 'The Rocket' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Slender blackish stems carry striking pyramidal spires of small, clear yellow daisies; summer. Forms clumps of elegant, deeply fingered, dark green leaves of triangular outline. Moist or boggy soil in sun or shade. 180x90cms.
£4.95
7.00
Ligularia vorobievii
Leopard Plant
 1.4Lt
Rarely seen species from Russia with coltsfoot like, thick textured, leathery basal leaves. Purple-black stems topped by golden-orange daisies;- midsummer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 90cm
£4.95
4.00
Lilium formosanum pricei
Lily
 1Lt
A very showy dwarf species with basal rosettes of narrow dark green leaves. Disproportionately large white trumpets flushed purple on the exterior are held on 6-inch stems in summer. Rich well drained soil in sun. 15x30cm.
£4.35
2.00
Lilium henryi (AGM)
Henry's Lily
 1.4Lt
Vigorous Chinese species, with purple flushed stems. Scattered lance-shaped leaves are topped by crowded clusters of turkscap like, deep orange flowers, spotted black, with red anthers. easy in rich soil in part shade. (8-9) 150cm.
£4.35
4.00
Lilium humboldtii
Mount Hood Lily
 1Lt
Tall species from Oregon with stout stems having whorls of glossy green, broadly elliptic leaves. Heavily branched stems carry a profusion of reflexed orange flowers, heavily covered in purple spotting, during autumn. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-9) 170cm.
£5.95
4.00
Lilium lankongense
Lily
 1Lt
Rare species from Central China, with racemes of nodding, turkscap rose-pink, fragrant flowers spotted purple, with purple anthers. Flowers late summer. Scattered, rough textured leaves on erect stems. Humus rich soil in dappled shade. (7-8) 120cm.
£5.65
1.00
Lilium pardalinum wigginsii
Wiggins Lily
 1Lt
Very rare Western USA species with arching stems carrying nodding, turkscap yellow flowers, spotted purple;- Summer. Whorls of long, linear leaves. Humus rich, well drained soil in light shade. (7-8) 90cm.
£5.35
2.00
Lilium regale 'Album'
Regal Lily
 1.4Lt
Fragrant, broadly trumpet-shaped pure-white flowers, with distinct orange stamens. Arching, purple-flushed grey-green stems. Moistyet well drained soil in sun. 120x45cm. (6-7)
£4.35
3.00
Linaria purpurea 'Canon Went'
Toadflax
 1.4Lt
Many tall, upright stems carrying spires of tiny PALE PINK flowers creating a delicate effect throughout summer. Light, free draining soil in full sun. Ht: 75cms.
£4.35
1.00
Liriope muscari (AGM)
Lily Turf
 2Lt
Colonizer forming dense tuft of evergreen, grassy, dark, shining, arching leaves. Dense spikes of tiny DARK VIOLET flowers. Fertile, moist yet drained soil in sun or shade. 30x45cm. Flowers: August-September.
£8.50
1.00
Liriope muscari 'Amethyst'
 1.4Lt
Small, clump forming evergreen perennial with arching clumps of strap like, leathery, dark-green leaves. Short, slender spikes of bell-shaped, intense violet-blue flowers, held on dark flushed stems during late summer & autumn. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (8-10) 30x30cm.
£4.95
5.00
Liriope muscari 'Big Blue'
Lily Turf
 1.4Lt
Much like our familiar garden form but larger in all parts. Grassy, arching, strap-like leaves & spikes of small blue-violet flowers in autumn.A slow, dense, evergreen ground cover. Fertile, retentive soil in sun or shade. 45x45cm.
£4.70
9.00
Liriope muscari 'Evergreen Giant'
 1.4Lt
A giant of the Liriope world forming clumps of lush, rich green, strap-like, evergreen leaves. Spikes of bell like lilac-purple flowers over a long period from summer into autumn followed by blue-black berrries. Good ground cover when grouped or striking accent plants for container or border. Prefers a rich, retentive yet drained soil in part shade.
£4.95
8.00
Liriope muscari 'Moneymaker'
Liriope
 2Lt
Seems a much better garden plant than other Liriope with slightly broader, dark green leaves. Spikes of purple-blue flowers in autumn followed by berries which age black. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 20cm.
£8.55
1.00
Liriope muscari 'Okina'
Lily Turf
 1.4Lt
Japanese selection with evergreen clumps of strap like leaves almost entirely white in spring with just a fine green streaking. As the season progresses with become more green with a fine white fleck. lilac flowers in autumn. Retentive soil in part shade. 25cm.
£4.95
5.00
Liriope muscari 'Variegata'
Lily Turf
 1.4Lt
A rare evergreen perennial spreading by fleshy rhizomes. The strap-like glossy leaves are regularly edged cream. Spikes of thickly clustered bell-shaped VIOLET flowers. Slow to multiply. Sheltered site in retentive, fertile soil sun or shade. 30x30cm. (7-9)
£4.65
24.00
Liriope muscari 'Webster Wideleaf'
 1.4Lt
£4.70
14.00
Liriope spicata 'Alba'
Lily Turf
 1.4Lt
Semi-evergreen, tufted clump former makiing mats of small, arching dark-green leaves. Short spikes of small white flowers are held on violet stems in late summer & autumn, followed by black berries. Retentive, fertile soil in part or full shade. (8-9) 25cm.
£4.65
1.00
Lithodora rosmarinifolia
 2Lt
From Southern Italy & Sicily, this hummock forming alpine has narrow, dark-green bristly leaves, grey-green beneath, held on short stems. Heads of starry, gentian-blue flowers through summer into autumn. Likes a rather poor dry soil in a sheltered spot in sun. (6-9) 30cm.
£6.75
1.00
Lobelia cardinalis 'Chocolate Truffle'
 1.4Lt
A stunning new variety the fleshy, upright stems lined with rich chocolate, almost black leaves & studded with vibrant red, lipped flowers; mid summer. Requires a retentive, even moist, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 80x60cms.
£4.95
4.00
Lobelia cardinalis 'Queen Victoria' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Stiff spikes of BRILLIANT SCARLET, lipped flowers against beetroot-red foliage; July & August. Requires rich, damp soil & full sun. Winter mulching advised. 75cms.
£4.45
7.00
Lobelia sessilifolia
 1.4Lt
Not often seen, this species has thick stems clothed in narrow pointed leaves topped by unbranched spikes of lavender blue flowers with deeper purple throats in late summer. Retentive soil in a sheltered position. 75x45cm.
£4.65
3.00
Lobelia siphilitica 'Alba'
Lobelia
 1.4Lt
Long, stiff spikes of WHITE flowers; July & August. Fresh-green, basal, leafy rosettes. Plant in rich, moist soil in a sheltered and partly shaded position. Best if mulched in winter. 90cms.
£4.65
2.00
Lobelia x speciosa 'Fan Burgundy'
Lobelia
 1.4Lt
fulgens x cardinalis. Seed raised strain of impeccable uniformity. Erect spikes of rich burgundy-red flowers with a small white throat in late summer. Roseetes of fleshy, dark-green leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 90cm.
£4.35
3.00
Lobelia x speciosa 'Fan Scharlach' (AGM)
Lobelia
 1.4Lt
Seed raised strain breeding remarkably true from seed. Erect stems topped by spikes of two lipped rich cherry-red flowers during mid to late summer. Many of the plants have purple stems. Fleshy mid green leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun. (7-8) 80cm.
£6.95
8.00
Lobelia x speciosa 'Hadspen Purple'
Lobelia
 1.4Lt
choice new hybrid, selected at Hadpsen House, with erect spikles of tubular, rich purple flowers, with a white throat. Basal rosettes of glossy, slightly bronze flushed leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun. (7-9) 100cm.
£4.70
8.00
Lobelia x speciosa 'Monet Moment'
Lobelia
 1.4Lt
Moisture loving perennial with erect stems topped by spikes of rich-pink flowers, each having a small white throat & emerging from darker buds;- mid to late summer. Fleshy, green leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 60cm.
£4.70
9.00
Lobelia x speciosa 'Sparkling Ruby'
Lobelia
 1.4Lt
Erect spikes of rich ruby-red flowers on dark stems;- midsummer into autumn. Basal rosettes of glossy, fresh green leaves. Retentive, even moist soil in sun or part shade. (7-9)90cm.
£4.35
1.00
Lunaria rediviva
Perennial Honesty
 1.4Lt
This perennial form has been in the U.K since the 1600's but today is still relatively unknown. Sprays of four-petalled lilac-white flowers are carried over pale-green, heart-shaped basal leaves. Papery seed pods. Well drained soil in sun. (4-5) 60cm.
£5.45
5.00
Lupinus 'Beefeater'
Lupin
 3Lt
(West Country Lupin) SUPERIOR CUTTINGS RAISED PLANT. One of the most popular of these new varieties with bold, statuesque spikes of rich-red flowers with just the merest yellow splash on the keel. Silky haired, divided leaves. Flowers early summer. Free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 90cm.
£6.95
4.00
Lupinus 'Blossom' (West Country)
Lupin
 3Lt
CUTTINGS RAISED PLANTS, NOT SEED. Superior form with bold, erect spikes of white flowers with a pink flush on the bee;- early summer. Cuutings raised plants are infinitely stronger than their poor seed raised cousins. Well drained soil in sun. 75cm.
£6.95
5.00
Lupinus 'Camelot Blue' (Camelot Series)
Lupin
 1.4Lt
(Camelot Series) New seed strain to rival the Russell series with bold spikes of uniform rich blue flowers with a white keel;- midsummer. Basal mounds of divided greyish leaves. Retentive, free draining soil in sun. (5-7) 100cm.
£4.45
3.00
Lupinus 'Camelot Red' (Camelot Series)
Lupin
 1.4Lt
(Camelot Series) New seed strain to rival the Russell series with bold spikes of uniform rich red flowers throughout summer. Basal mounds of round lobed grey-green leaves. Retentive, well drained osil in sun. (5-7) 100cm.
£4.45
3.00
Lupinus 'Desert Sun' (West Country Series)
Lupin
 3Lt
Towering spikes of rich yellow, aromatic flowers from creamy buds;May- July. Soft green, ferny foliage. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-7) 90cm. Cutting raised plant giving more substance and longevity over seed grown strains.
£6.95
6.00
Lupinus 'Manhattan Lights' (West Country)
Lupin
 3Lt
West Country Series. CUTTINGS RAISED PLANT. Taller form with narrow, erect spikes of bicoloured rich purple & lemon yellow flowers early summer. A midseason variety. protect from slug & Aphid damage. light, free draining soil in sun. (5-7) 90cm.
£6.95
3.00
Lupinus 'Masterpiece' (West Country)
Lupin
 3Lt
(West Country Lupin Series) Stuuning but sombre spikes of purple flowers with a small orange keel during early summer. hairy, lobed grey leaves. Needs excellent drainage in a sunny, sheltered spot. (6-7) 75cm.
£6.95
1.00
Lupinus 'Persian Slipper' (West Country)
Lupin
 3Lt
(West Country Lupin) Cuttings raised superior plant. Erect spikes of dusky lagoon-blue flowers with a white fleck, opening from white bells;- late spring & early summer. Light free draining soil in sun. Dislikes root disturbance. (5-7) 90cm.
£6.95
8.00
Lupinus 'Polar Princess'
Lupin
 3Lt
A new compact variety which does not come true from seed. Neat, fingered leaves form a basal clump with strong spikes of pure white densely packed flowers. Cut back hard after flowering to encourage side spikes. Well drained sunny site. 90x45cm. June-July.
£6.95
3.00
Lupinus 'Red Rum' (West Country)
Lupin
 3Lt
West Country Series. CUTTINGS RAISED PLANT. Long, impressive spikes of morello cherry red flowers with a white fleck on the bee;- early summer. early season variety. One of the longest flowering varieties. Protect from slug & aphid damage. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-7) 90cm.
£6.95
1.00
Lupinus 'Tequila Flame' (West Country)
lupin
 3Lt
(West Country Lupin) THIS IS A SUPERIOR CUTTINGS RAISED PLANT, NOT SEED ! Showy spikes of rich red flowers with a yellow keel;- June & July. Silky haired grey leaves. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-7) 90cm.
£6.95
6.00
Lupinus 'Terracotta' (West Country)
Lupin
 3Lt
(West Country Lupin) Cuttings raised plants which are much superior. Spikes of rusty soft terracotta flowers with a small lemon keel, opening from more pinky buds;- late spring & early summer. Dislikes root disturbance. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-7) 90cm.
£6.95
2.00
Lupinus 'Towering Inferno' (West Country)
 3Lt
((West Country Lupin) Cuttings raised superior plant. Dense, erect spikes orf flaming rich orange flecked yellow on the keel; late spring & early summer. Lobed, light green foliage. Light free draining soil in sun. Dislikes root disturbance.. 90cm.
£6.95
2.00
Lychnis chalcedonica 'Carnea'
Maltese Cross
 1.4Lt
Unusual pink form of this usually scarlet species with dense, domed umbels of cut, two-toned, salmon-pink flowers, paler at the edges during early summer. Good cottage garden plant. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-8)100cm
£4.65
1.00
Lychnis coronaria 'Alba' (AGM)
Dusty Miller
 1.4Lt
Heads of 2.5cms (1inch) WHITE, saucer-shaped flowers on branching stems; June to September. Intensely woolly, grey leaves form basal clumps. Fertile, free draining soil in full sun. 90x45cms.
£4.80
2.00
Lychnis coronaria Oculata group
Dusty Miller
 1.4Lt
Grey, woolly stems are topped by clusters of saucer-shaped, WHITE FLOWERS WITH A SOFT PINK CENTRAL ZONE. Evergreen, grey, flannel-like leaves form good basal clumps. Grows well in even the driest of soils in full sun. 75x45cm. Flowers: July-August
£4.35
2.00
Lychnis flos-cuculi 'Jenny'
Double Ragged Robin
 1.4Lt
Sterile form of Ragged Robin, discovered in the wild in France. Fully double, narrow, ragged petals of soft pink flowers almost continuously from late spring into autumn. Likes a retentive soil in sun or part shade but very adaptable. (5-10) 75cm.
£4.65
3.00
Lychnis flos-cuculi 'Petite Jenny'
Catchfly
 1.4Lt
A shorter form of the popular 'Jenny' offering large heads of fully double, ragged, narrow petalled mid-pink flowers from late spring through summer. sterile so flowers longer. Basal clumps of glossy green leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 45cm.
£4.65
5.00
Lychnis 'Hill Grounds'
Rose Campion
 1.4Lt
coronaria x flos-jovis. Sterile hybrid which occurred in a Northamptonshire garden, flowering incessantly all summer. Basal clumps of heavily silver felted leaves. Heads of glowing cerise-pink flowers with a paler eye, throughout summer. Best divided regularly. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-10) 75cm.
£4.45
9.00
Lycoris aurea
Golden Spider Lily
 1.4Lt
Unusual bulbous perennial with spidery, Nerine-like, golden-yellow flowers with reflexed tips & very long stamens;-late summer. Arching clumps of strap like leaves after the flowers. Best in a pot with cold green house protection. (7-8) 60cm.
£4.45
10.00
Lycoris radiata
Red Spider Lily
 1.4Lt
Unusual bulbous perennial, with Nerine-like, rose-red, strongly reflexing flowers with very long filaments;- late summer & autumn. Strap-like, linear leaves after flowering. Best in a cold greenhouse in a pot for winter. (8-9) 40cm.
£4.45
10.00
Lysimachia cf. terrestris
Loosestrife
 1.4Lt
Unidentified form we found growing near Bill Gates' house on Lake Shammish in Washington state. Erect stems with domed heads of starry golden-yellow flowers with an orange eye; summer into autumn. Red autumn colour. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. 96-9) 100cm.
£4.35
10.00
Lysimachia cf. terrestris
Loosestrife
 2Lt
£6.35
3.00
Lysimachia clethroides (AGM)
Loosestrife
 1.4Lt
Lovely clump-former the erect stems topped by arching wands of small WHITE flowers; August-September. Requires a moist soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cms.
£4.45
15.00
Lysimachia punctata 'Alexander'
Garden Loosestrife
 1.4Lt
Unusual form the mid-green leaves irregularly edged cream & suffused pink when young. Long, dense spikes of funnel-shaped, BRIGHT YELLOW flowers; summer. Clump-forming perennial for retentive soil in sun or part shade. 75x60cms.
£4.45
1.00
Lysimachia punctata 'Gaulthier Brousse'
Circle Flower
 1.4Lt
Strong growing erect perennial with loose heads of rich yellow flowers, freely produced during July & August. The new foliage in spring is flushed bronze-brown during spring. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 65cm.
£4.35
4.00
Lysimachia punctata 'Hometown Hero'
Loosestrife
 1.4Lt
very floriferous form of one of our native forms of loosestrife. Profuse heads of butter-yellow, dark eyed flowers, held on shorter stems all summer in profusion. gently spreads in retentive or moist soil in sun or light shade. (5-8) 60cm.
£4.65
4.00
Lysimachia thyrsiflora
Loosestrife
 1.4Lt
Airy branched heads of simple, cup-shaped pale-yellow flowers in loose spikes. Whorls of elliptic, dark-green leaves on upright stems. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 85cm.
£4.35
4.00
Lythrum salicaria 'Blush' (AGM)
Loosestrife
 2Lt
Clump-forming perennial with stiff, upright, branched stems clothed in lance-shaped downy leaves & topped with long spikes (to 45cms long) of starry, blush-pink flowers. Fertile, moist soil in sun. 80x45cms. Flowers: Midsummer to early autumn.
£6.35
1.00
Lythrum salicaria 'Feuerkerze' (AGM)
Loosestrife
 1.4Lt
Erect spires of intense rosy-red flowers. Dense clump of basal foliage with goood autumn colour. Any reasonably moist or boggy soil in sun or shade. 90cmsx60cms.(3x2ft)
£4.35
1.00
Lythrum salicaria 'Robert'
 1.4Lt
A fine feature plant with branching spikes of clear pink flowers; late summer. Good autumn colour..Any reasonably moist or boggy soil in sun or shade. 120cms. (4ft)
£4.45
1.00
Lythrum salicaria 'Robert'
 2Lt
£6.75
3.00
Lythrum salicaria 'Robin'
Loosestrife
 2Lt
A dwarf form with short, fat spikes of cerise-purple flowers from mid to late summer. Lance-shaped downy leaves turn yellow in autumn. Fertile, moist soil in sun. (6-8) 60cm.
£6.35
1.00
Lythrum salicaria 'The Beacon'
Loosestrife
 1.4Lt
Erect spikes of starry, glowing carmine-red flowers on stiff branching stems in late spring through summer. Lance shaped fresh-green leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 80cm.
£4.35
1.00
Lythrum virgatum 'The Rocket'
Loosestrife
 2Lt
Quickly makes bold clumps of upright, branched stems, with linear leaves, topped by slender spikes of starry, DEEP PINK flowers; early to late summer. Fertile, moist soil in sun. 80x45cms.
£6.45
7.00
Machaeranthera sp. KM-C-2-02
 1.4Lt
Not totally sure this is not an Erigeron bu has willowy, silky grey leaves much like Amsonia. Dense heads of cream eyed lilac-pink daisies during early summer. Gritty, free draining soil in sun. (5-7) 30cm.
£4.65
4.00
Macleaya cordata (AGM)
Plume Poppy
 1.4Lt
Creeping perennial with lobed grey leaves, flushed olive-green & white downy beneath. Large airy plume-like panicles of pendent, buff-white flowers on grey-green stems. Fertile, moist, yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 240cm.
£4.65
2.00
Macleaya cordata (AGM)
Plume Poppy
 2Lt
£5.45
9.00
Macleaya microcarpa 'Kelways Coral Plume' (AGM)
Plume Poppy
 2Lt
Imposing back of border plant with a running rootstock & leafy stems, blue-green above, grey white below topped with branching plumes of coral pink. Needs a lot of space in well drained soil in sun. 2.1x0.9m+. Flowers: Summer
£5.45
11.00
Macleaya microcarpa 'Spetchley Ruby'
Plume Poppy
 2Lt
Small, airy plumes of red flowers, followed by persistent ruby-red seed heads. Grey lobed leaves have a slight ruby flush. Less vigorous than other forms & sought after. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-9) 2.0x2.0
£5.45
11.00
Maianthemum bifolium kamtschaticum
False Lily of the Valley
 1.4Lt
The Russian form of this widespread woodland species. Heart-shaped, glossy, deeply veined leaves emerge with the short spikes of starry, small white flowers in spring. Red fruits in autumn. Humus rich, woodland soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 20cm.
£4.95
2.00
Maianthemum canadense
False Lily of the Valley
 1.4Lt
Gently spreading woodlander from NW USA & Canada. Smooth green, heart shaped leaves form a carpet. Short spikes of smll, starry white flowers in late spring. Humus rich, woodland soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 15cm
£4.65
14.00
Malva moschata alba (AGM)
Musk mallow
 1.4Lt
Smothered in 5cm(2') white, mallow-like flowers up the stems; over a long period from June to August. Soft-green, fingered leaves. Fertile, well drained soil in sun. 90x60cms.
£4.65
1.00
Malva sylvestris mauritiana 'Primley Blue'
Mallow
 1.4Lt
Cup-shaped, narrow petalled purple-blue flowers, with dark-purple striping. Robust stems, with tri-lobed rough textured leaves. A showy form of common native hedgerow plant. Fertile, well drained soil in full sun. (5-10) 120cm.
£4.35
8.00
Mathiasella bupleuroides 'Green Dream'
Mathiasella
 1.4Lt
Only discovered in Mexico in 1954 this evergreen umbellifer has striking, divided, ash-grey leaves on stout stems. Euphorbia like heads of jade green flowers take on pink colouration by autumn. Seems hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. 90cm.
£5.45
12.00
Mathiasella bupleuroides 'Green Dream'
Mathiasella
 2Lt
£6.45
11.00
Matthiola incana alba
Perennial Stock
 1.4Lt
Unusual perennial, forming a thick, woody trunk with whorls of narrow, evergreen, spathe shaped grey-green leaves. Panicles of highly scented, simple, pure white four petalled flowers all summer. Sry spot in sun. Can be short lived. (5-9) 45cm.
£4.70
14.00
Mazus reptans
 1.4Lt
Creeping ground cover from the mountain Himalayan regions. Mats of rooting, coarsely toothed leaves with tubular purple-blue flowers with a gold speckled throat on short stems from late spring to summer. Moist yet well drained soil in sun. (5-7) 5cm.
£4.35
9.00
Mazus reptans 'Albus'
 1.4Lt
Creeping ground cover for not too dry soils in sun or shade. Vigorous, spreading semi-evergreen mats of fresh-green leaves. Tubular white flowers, with yellow & purple markings in the throat during summer. (4-6) 5cm.
£4.35
8.00
Meconopsis (Fertile Group) 'Lingholm'
Himalayan Blue Poppy
 1.4Lt
(M.grandis x M.betonicifolia) Deciduous, with large, shallow, cup-shaped, rich blue flowers in the upper leaf axils; late spring & early summer. Toothed, dark green basal leaves. Reliably perennial. Humus-rich, leafy soil in part shade. 120x60cm.THESE ARE DIVISIONS!!!
£4.65
3.00
Meconopsis (George Sherriff Group) 'Branklyn'
Himalayan Blue Poppy
 2Lt
(George Sherriff Group) So rarely available these are divisions of the true form. Soundly perennial, the basla leaves are covered in rusty hairs. Vivid blue nodding lampshade flowers during summer. Cool, moist acid soil in part shade. Not easy. (7-8) 120cm.
£9.35
2.00
Meconopsis baileyi (AGM)
Himalyan Blue Poppy
 1.4Lt
Deciduous, short lived perennial, with rosettes of grey-green leaves often covered in rusty hairs. Pendent, saucer-shaped bright-blue flowers with yellow stamens are held in clusters on bristly stalks. More perennial if not allowed to flower the fisrt year.90cm
£4.65
1.00
Meconopsis baileyi 'Hensol Violet'
Himalayan Blue Poppy
 1.4Lt
Not the easiest plant to grow in the South. Nodding, cup-shaped, silky, violet flushed sky blue flowers, especially on acid soil, but usually bluer on chalky ones. Humus rich, retentive, not too chalky soil in part shade. (7-8) 100cm.
£5.30
6.00
Meconopsis napaulensis
Satin Poppy
 1.4Lt
Monocarpic. A tall bold variety very variable in habit, but easy to grow in this area. Silvery or ginger bristly rosettes. Papery poppy flowers vary from blue, pink to yellow in early summer. Do not let it flower in it's first year. Moist rich, yet well drained soil
£4.65
3.00
Meehania urticifolia
 1.4Lt
One sided spikes of deep violet dead-nettle like flowers, spotted on the protruding lower lip; late spring & early summer. Spreading mats of wrinkled heart shaped hairy leaves. Humus rich, moist yet well drained soil in part or full shade. 30x45cm.
£4.65
5.00
Melittis melissophyllum albida
Bastard Balm
 1.4Lt
The rarely seen pure white form of our native plant. Short, erect spikes with nettle like, dark-green leaves. Large, two-lipped, pure white flowers nestle in the leaf axils during early summer. Best in retentive soil in light shade. (4-6) 30cm.
£4.65
1.00
Melittis melissophyllum 'Royal Velvet Distinction'
Bastard Balm
 1.4Lt
Easily grown selected form of our rare native. Floppy stems with good sized white two lipped flowers with a prominent crimson lower lip;- late spring through summer. Excellent even for dry shade but adaptable to anything. (4-6) 40cm.
£4.95
15.00
Mertensia lanceolata
Fairy Bluebells
 1.4Lt
coll ;-Elbert Co, Colorado. This rare Colorado endemic erupts quickly in spring with the stems & buds appearing before the glaucous fleshy leaves appear. One sided, nodding clusters of narrowly tubular sky-blue flowers during early summer. Best in a woodsy, well drained soil in sun or part shade. Beware of slugs. (5-7) 20cm.
£6.35
2.00
Meum athamanticum
Baldmoney, Spignel
 1.4Lt
Like a very refined Cow Parsley. Delicate mounds of very finely cut lacey fennel like leaves which are highly fragrant. Large conspicuous flattened heads of small white flowers all summer. Fertile soil in sun. 45x45cm.
£4.95
4.00
Mimulus cardinalis gold-flowered
Cardinal Monkey Flower
 1.4Lt
A narrowly geographical variant of this traditionally red species, found on Santa Cruz Island, California. Creeping rootstock with erect stems having slightly sticky, palest ghostly green leaves. Two-lipped, golden-orange flowers with a red throat, through summer & autumn. Well drained soil in sun. (6-10) 40cm.
£4.35
2.00
Mimulus ringens
Alleghany Monkey Flower
 1.4Lt
Curious species for moist soil or pondsides. Strong stems have two-lipped pale blue-mauve flowers in short spikes. Quickly makes a good clump but never invasive. Full sun in moist soil. 90x45cm. Flowers: Late summer.
£4.35
4.00
Mitchella repens
Partridgeberry
 1Lt
Totally prostrate, woody stemmed mat former with rooting, trailing stems with pairs of opposite, glossy, rounded leaves with a yellow midrib. Small white flowers from the leaf axils followed by scarlet berries. Woodland soil in part shade. (5-6) 5cm.
£4.65
6.00
Modiolastrum lateritium
 2Lt
A vigorous, spreading ground cover with prostrate, radiating stems clothed in dark, mallow-like leaves. Stems root as they grow. PEACH flowers (2.5cm), with a red eye, produced intermittently all summer. Well drained sheltered site in full sun. 15x180cm.
£5.95
2.00
Molopospermum peloponnesiacum
 1.4Lt
Large Umbellifer, forming huge mounds of glossy, palmate, deeply divided leaves. well established plants have creamy-white umbels of flowers in summer. Gritty, free draining soil in sun. (7-8) 200cm.
£4.65
10.00
Monarda 'Balance'
Wild Bergamot
 2Lt
Highly aromatic clump former with whorls of DARK PINK tubular flowers from darker bracts; all summer. Nettle like leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun. 90x60cm.
£6.35
2.00
Monarda 'Beauty Of Cobham' (AGM)
Wild Bergamot
 2Lt
Beautiful old hybrid of this showy border perennial. Aromatic pointed leaves are topped by whorls of narrow, hooded, tubular, soft flush-pink flowers with the bracts heavily veined & flushed bronze-purple; June to August. Retentive soil in sun. 90x45cm.
£6.35
6.00
Monarda 'Bee Lieve'
Bee's Balm
 1.4Lt
New, mildew resistant, highly aromatic, shorter growing variety the stiff, upright stems topped with whorled clusters of tubular, two lipped baby pink flowers from summer into autumn. Highly attractive to bees & butterflies. Stems lined with Lance shaped, dark green leaves. Damp, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60 cms.
£4.65
4.00
Monarda 'Bee True'
Bee's Balm
 1.4Lt
ew, mildew resistant, highly aromatic, shorter growing variety the stiff, upright stems topped with whorled clusters of tubular, two lipped, raspberry red flowers from summer into autumn. Highly attractive to bees & butterflies. Stems lined with Lance shaped, dark green leaves. Damp, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 35 cms.
£4.65
1.00
Monarda 'Cambridge Scarlet' (AGM)
Bergamot, Bee Balm
 1.4Lt
Spikes of hooded, RICH-RED flowers; June to August. Forms a dense clump with strongly scented, pointed, brown-tinged leaves. Retentive soil in an open, sunny position. 1.2m.
£4.70
5.00
Monarda didyma 'Cranberry Lace'
Bergamot
 2Lt
Modern variety bred specifically for it's excellent mildew resistance. Whorls of rich, dark cranberry-red flowers, held in brown bracts;- July to September. Strongly aromatic, nettle like leaves. Retentive soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 110cm
£5.45
9.00
Monarda didyma 'Pink Lace'
Bergamot
 1.4Lt
Much shorter than most cultivars this has excellent mildew resistance & multiplies well. Whorls of nettle like aromatic leaves topped by whorls of hooded rich-pink flowers; midsummer. can be grown in pots. Retentive soil. (7-8) 40cm.
£4.65
5.00
Monarda 'Fireball'
Bergamot
 1.4Lt
Dwarf form, with whorls of narrow, tubular, rich purple-red flowers, held in a rounded head. Large, toothed, highly aromatic, dark green leaves. Good mildew resistance. Retentive soil in sun or light shade. (7-8) 40cm.
£4.65
2.00
Monarda 'Fishes'
Bergamot, Bees Balm
 1.4Lt
Erect stems clad in pointed, fragrant leaves & topped with heads of hooded, sage-like flowers of pale rose-pink. Mildew resistant form. Reasonably drained soil in sun. 90cms. (7-8)
£4.35
1.00
Monarda 'Gardenview Scarlet' (AGM)
Wild Bergamot
 2Lt
New compact selection recently introduced from Canada. Highly aromatic, minty leaves & whorls of large, hooded, brilliant scarlet flowers all summer. Good mildew resistance. Ordinary soil in a sunny site. 90x45cm.
£5.95
4.00
Monarda 'Heidelerche'
Bergamot, Bee Balm
 1.4Lt
Strong growing, aromatic clump former with nettle like, mint scented leaves. Whorls of tubular bright cerise-pink flowers from persistent brown bracts during mid to late summer, held on brown flushed stems. Fertile, rich, never too dry soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 120cm.
£4.65
1.00
Monarda 'Humdinger'
Bergamot
 1.4Lt
Short, very long flowering, aromatic perennial with square branched stems carrying spikes with whorls of violet-pink hooded flowers over a long period through summer. nettle like leaves & relatively mildew free. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 60x60cm.
£4.65
2.00
Monarda 'Jacob Cline'
Bergamot
 1.4Lt
Tall American selection with rich scarlet flowers, ageing with just a tinge of blue;- mid to late summer. Aromatic leaves on square stems. never too dry soil in sun or part shade. Back of the border. (7-8) 120cm.
£4.65
1.00
Monarda 'Mahogany'
Wild Bergamot
 1.4Lt
Whorls of narrow, tubular, hooded, RICH-RED flowers the bracts flushed smokey-purple; June to August. Highly aromatic, old cottage garden favourite. Rich retentive soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cms.
£4.35
7.00
Monarda 'Panorama Red Shades'
 2Lt
Abundant stiff stems topped with clusters of tubular, aromatic, vibrant red flowers over a long period from mid summer on. Attractive to butterflies. Ovate, aromatic leaves. Clump forming prairie plant for a reasonably drained yet retentive soil in sun or part shade. 90cm.
£5.45
3.00
Monarda 'Pardon My Lavender'
Lamiaceae
 1.4Lt
Very dwarf, compact form bred specifically for pots. Short stems have whorled spikes of hooded brightest lavender purple flowers, held continuously from mid to late summer, much loved by bees. Pointed, strongly aromatic leaves. Excellent mildew resistance. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 30x40cm.
£4.65
2.00
Monarda 'Pardon My Purple'
Bergamot
 1.4Lt
Very dwarf, compact form bred specifically for pots. Short stems have whorled spikes of hooded brightest fuchsia purple flowers, held continuously from mid to late summer, much loved by bees. Pointed, strongly aromatic leaves. Excellent mildew resistance. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 30x40cm.
£4.65
3.00
Monarda 'Pink Tourmaline'
Bee Balm
 1.4Lt
Whorls of narrow, tubular, softest salmon flowers held in darker bracts; all summer. Basal clumps of mint-like leaves are wonderfully aromatic. Retentive well drained soil in full sun 75x45cm.
£4.35
1.00
Monarda 'Prarienacht'
Bee Balm, Bergamot
 1.4Lt
(syn Prairie Night') Upright stems with pointed, fragrant, mint-like leaves topped with hooded, DEEP PURPLE flowers; June to August. Deep, rich soil in sunny. 90x60cm.
£4.35
1.00
Monarda 'Raspberry Wine'
Bergamot
 1.4Lt
Tall, very strong growing variety with stout stems & purple flushed leaves. Whorls of narrowly tubular wine red flowers from purple bracts;- July to September. Bred for it's mildew resistance. Retentive soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 90cm.
£4.70
2.00
Monarda 'Raspberry Wine'
Bergamot
 2Lt
£6.35
1.00
Monarda 'Violet Queen'
Wild bergamot
 1.4Lt
Erect highly aromatic easy border plant with pointed hairy leaves in whorls. Tubular hooded two lipped deep violet flowers are also held in whorls from late june into august. Good rich retentive soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cm.
£4.65
1.00
Monarda 'Violet Queen'
Wild bergamot
 2Lt
£5.65
3.00
Morina longifolia
Whorlflower
 1.4Lt
Rosettes of evergreen, very aromatic, thistle-like leaves. Tall stems with whorls of hooded, tubular, white flowers with a pink flush, turning crimson after pollination, all set in spiny collars. Well drained retentive soil. 75x45cm.
£4.95
8.00
Morina longifolia
Whorlflower
 2Lt
£5.95
8.00
Mukdenia rossii 'Karasuba'
Red Leaved Mukdenia
 1.4Lt
From the woodlands of N.E Asia comes this attractive, rhizomatous ground cover with mats of palmate, deeply cut, glossy, dark green leaves, turning fiery claret-red during autumn. Spikes of small white flowers are borne with the new leaves during spring. Retentive, woodland soil in part or full shade. (3-4) 30cm.
£5.45
17.00
Muscari armeniacum 'Valerie Finnis'
Grape Hyacinth
 1Lt
Harbinger of spring with pyramidal spikes of softest baby-blue flowers with tiny white mouths;- March & April. Tufts of grassy leaves develop with the flowers. Good naturalised in grass. Easily grown bulbous perennial for well drained soil in sun or shade. 15cm
£4.35
1.00
Muscari macrocarpum
Grape Hyacinth
 1Lt
Rarely seen, strangely alluring species from W.Turkey, with spikes of small bell shaped violet blue flowers opening yellow-brown with a curious purple flush. Long channelled leaves. Sharply drained soil in sun. (3-5) 30cm.
£4.35
3.00
Nepeta 'Dropmore'
Catmint
 1.4Lt
Choice, ground covering plant, with spreading stems carrying toothed silver-grey, hairy leaves. Narrow, upright spikes of lavender-blue flowers, held in darker calyces all summer. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-10) 40cm.
£4.65
3.00
Nepeta grandiflora 'Dawn to Dusk'
Catmint
 1.4Lt
New hybrid making dense, compact clumps of small, grey, scented leaves. Short spikes of hooded SOFT-PINK flowers held in purple calyces. One of the larger cultivars. Well drained soil in sun. 90x60cm. Flowers: July-September.
£4.70
3.00
Nepeta grandiflora 'Zinser's Giant'
Catmint
 1.4Lt
Strong growing, very upright form of grandiflora with aromatic, grey-green wrinkled leaves on brown stems. Whorled heads of narrowly tubular, lavender blue flowers continuously through summer. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. (6-9) 90cm.
£4.70
7.00
Nepeta 'Hill Grounds'
Cat Mint
 1.4Lt
Semi-evergreen perennial quickly forming loose mounds of aromatic, grey-green foliage the stems topped with sprays of tubular, intense violet-blue flowers; June to August, Highly attractive to bees & butterflies. For a free draining soil in sun. 50x40cms.
£4.70
5.00
Nepeta italica
Catmint
 1.4Lt
Unusual species with upright stems having very small sky blue flowers, held in purple-pink bracts which persist right through autumn. Looks superb when backlit by the sun.. Grey aromatic leaves. Well drained soil in sun. (6-9) 45cm.
£4.65
1.00
Nepeta 'Junior Walker'
Catmint
 1Lt
A sterile dwarf seedling of 'Walker's Low' & the most popular variety in United States. Spreading stems with toothed, aromatic, grey-green leaves. Densely clustered spikes of lavender-blue flowers, held continuously from May to September. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-9) 40x60cm.
£3.99
2.00
Nepeta 'Leeds Castle'
Catmint
 1.4Lt
syn. 'Longipes' Bushy, upright, highly aromatic catmint with larger, deeply veined grey leaves. Spikes of lavender-blue flowers from red tinged bracts over a long period through summer. Loved by insects. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-9) 60cm.
£4.35
3.00
Nepeta 'Neptune'
Cat Mint
 2Lt
A more compact, upright form bearing long spikes of rich mid-blue flowers over a long period from June into autumn. Attractive to bees & butterflies. Stems lined with elliptic, highly aromatic, green leaves. Cut back old stems to continue flowering. Reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 30x30cms.
£6.75
1.00
Nepeta racemosa 'Grog'
Catmint
 1.4Lt
Bushy, upright form, with small silver-grey leaves with a lemon fragrance not really liked by cats. Spikes of small, tubular sky-blue flowers throughout summer. Good edger for well drained soil in sun. (6-9) 40cm.
£4.35
4.00
Nepeta racemosa 'Snowflake'
Catmint
 2Lt
An unusual white form with the usual hooded flowers over bushy pale grey-green foliage. An excellent edging plant. Well drained soil in sun. 45x45cm. Flowers: June-September
£6.45
1.00
Nepeta racemosa 'Walker's Low'
Catmint
 1.4Lt
An improvement on the common catmint. Dense basal clumps of silvery-grey, aromatic leaves topped by spikes of hooded, PALE BLUE-MAUVE flowers with a spotting on the lower lip; May to July. Very well drained soil in sun. 60x60cm.
£4.45
12.00
Nepeta sibirica
Catmint
 1.4Lt
(syn.Dracocoephalum) Long whorled spikes of lavender-blue flowers; mid to late summer. Erect, leafy stems with dark green, toothed, aromatic leaves. Often mistaken for a Salvia. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cm.
£4.80
4.00
Nepeta sibirica 'Souvenir d'Andre Chaudron'
Cat Mint
 1.4Lt
(syn. N.Blue Beauty') Short spires of narrow, tubular, SPODE-BLUE flowers giving a good display of colour; June & July. Low growing, aromatic perennial with small, silver-grey leaves. Well drained soil in sun. 45x45cms.
£4.35
2.00
Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant'
Catmint
 3Lt
Superb variety bearing masses of large sprays of lavender-blue flowers over grey, aromatic foliage. Probably the hardiest type. Well drained sunny position. 60x60cms. Flowers: Midsummer.
£6.45
4.00
Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant'
Catmint
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Nepeta 'Six Hills Gold'
Catmint
 1.4Lt
Selected from 'Six Hills Giant' this has grey green leaves with a broad lime-yellow margin, still highly aromatic. Airy spikes of two lipped soft-blue flowers from purple bracts through summer & autumn. Excellent edger for a light, free draining soil in sun. (6-10) 40cm.
£4.65
1.00
Nepeta subsessilis
Catmint
 1.4Lt
A good form with large, lime-green leaves & erect stems with whorls of very large DUSKY BLUE, tubular flowers; all summer. Retentive soil in part or full shade. 60x45cms.
£4.80
1.00
Nepeta subsessilis 'Washfield'
Catmint
 1.4Lt
Unusual form with spikes of very large, tubular, purple-blue flowers, held in violet bracts & in whorls;- summer. Large, deeply veined, dark-green leaves. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. Needs more moisture than most catmints. (6-9) 30x30cm.
£4.35
2.00
Nepeta 'Weinheim Summer Blues'
Cat Mint
 1.4Lt
Upright, bushy form well clothed in aromatic, green leaves. Terminal spikes of whorled, tubular, deep violet-blue flowers over a long period from June on. Cut back old stems to encourage new flowering shoots. Attractive to bees & butterflies. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cms.
£4.70
3.00
Nepeta x faassenii (AGM)
Cat Mint
 1.4Lt
Free mounds of bushy, greyish, aromatic foliage and sprays of LAVENDER-BLUE blooms over a long period. Popular perennial making a good edger or under-planter. Well drained soil sunny position. 30x45cms. Flowers: May-September.
£4.70
11.00
Nepeta x faassenii (AGM)
Cat Mint
 1Lt
£3.99
8.00
Nepeta x faassenii 'Alba'
Cat Mint
 1.4Lt
White flowering form of this popular, easy perennial - these are freely produced over a long period from May to September. Free mounds of bushy, greyish, aromatic foliage. Well drained soil sunny position. 30x45cms.
£4.70
1.00
Nepeta x faassenii 'Blue Wonder'
Catmint
 1.4Lt
Low, spreading ground cover with aromatic, softly grey downy toothed leaves on trailing stems. Rather fat, whorled spikes of small rich-blue tubular flowers over a long period through summer. Good edger for a light, well drained soil in sun. (6-9) 20x60cm.
£4.65
4.00
Nepeta x faassenii 'Blue Wonder'
Catmint
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Nepeta x faassenii 'Blue Wonder'
Catmint
 3Lt
£6.45
6.00
Nepeta x faassenii 'Blue Wonder'
Catmint
 1Lt
£3.99
10.00
Nepeta x faassenii 'Crystal Cloud'
Cat Mint
 1.4Lt
A new colour break the plant well covered in lipped, pale lilac flowers from late may until August. Attractive to bees & butterflies. Well branched, mound forming, herbaceous perennial with grey green leaves. All parts aromatic. Free draining soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cms.
£4.70
9.00
Nepeta x faassenii 'Kit Kat'
Catmint
 2Lt
Selected form of the common catmint forming a low mound of grey-green, deeply veined aromatic leaves. Short, fatter spikes of rich violet-blue tubular flowers continuously all summer. Dry, free draining soil in sun. (5-10) 20x45cm.
£6.45
1.00
Nepeta x faassenii 'Purrsian Blue'
Catmint
 1.4Lt
Much neater than most forms, not sprawling but forming a rounded bun. Short, dense, erect stems with stumpy, whorled spikes of narrowly tubular periwinkle blue flowers, held in persistent purple calyces, from late spring through summer. Small, aromatic, mid green leaves. Light, free draining oil in sun. (5-9) 30x40cm.
£4.65
1.00
Nerine bowdenii (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Stiff stems topped with heads of recurved, funnel-shaped, RICH PINK flowers; lt. summer. Strap-like leaves whither before the flowers. A beautiful plant for a sunny, baked position preferably at the foot of a wall. Plant the bulb with its nose on the surface. 60x20cm.
£4.45
5.00
Nerine bowdenii 'Alba'
 1.4Lt
Stiff stems topped with heads of recurved, funnel-shaped, WHITE flowers; lt. summer. Strap-like leaves whither before the flowers. A beautiful plant for a sunny, baked position preferably at the foot of a wall. Plant the bulb with its nose on the surface. 60x20cm.
£4.45
8.00
Nerine bowdenii 'Albivetta'
Nerine
 1.4Lt
Bulbous perennial, with broad, strap shaped leaves. In autumn, has open umbels of funnel-shaped, white flowers, with the palest-pink flush, with wavy edged, recurved petals. Hardy at the foot of a warm wall in a sheltered, sunny spot. (8-10) 40cm.
£4.35
1.00
Nerine bowdenii 'Favourite'
Nerine
 1.4Lt
In autumn it offers umbels of flared, wavy edged petalled salmon-pink flowers before the new leaves kick into growth ;- October & November. arching, strap like leaves. Plant bulbs shallowly. Best in a very warm, sheltered spot for a summer baking. (10-11) 55cm.
£4.45
9.00
Nerine bowdenii 'Ostara'
Nerine
 1.4Lt
Bulbous perennial with whorls of flared, trumpet shaped rich pink flowers with paler, almost white edges, held on the bare stems in autumn, followed by the strap like leaves. Plant at the foot of a warm wall in sun. (9-10) 80cm.
£4.45
11.00
Nerine bowdenii 'Sofie'
Nerine
 1.4Lt
More or less a bowdenii hybrid so reasonably hardy in a warm, sheltered spot. Good riched rich salmon spidery flowers, held in whorls during autumn, just before the strap like leaves. Needs a well drained spot in a sunny site. (8-10) 50cm.
£4.35
1.00
Nerine 'Mr. John'
Nerine
 1.4Lt
Said to bowdenii but probably has a lot of sarniensis in it, making it less hardy. Whorled heads of trumpet shaped, intense darkest-pink flowers, held on black stalks, during late summer & autumn. They are followed by the broad, strap like leaves. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (8-10) 60cm.
£4.45
6.00
Nerine 'Stefanie'
Nerine
 1.4Lt
Bare stems with whorls of narrow petalled, trumpet shaped, silver-white flowers from pink tinged buds, fading to just the palest pink with age;- autumn. Strap like leaves appear after the flowers. Best at the foot of a warm wall in sheltered sun. 75cm.
£4.45
9.00
Nipponanthemum nipponicum
 1.4Lt
Closely related to the Shasta Daisy, this has upward facing chalky-white daisies with a pale-yellow eye in autumn, finally turning a pale-pink. Thick, fleshy lobed leaves on upright stems. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-11) 45cm.
£4.70
12.00
Nomocharis aperta
 1Lt
Fritillary relative from W.China, with saucer-shaped, rose-pink flowers with a scattering of ring shaped crimson spots. Alternate lance-shaped leaves on upright stems. Leafy, well drainewd woodland soil in a partly shady, retentive spot. (6-7) 60cm.
£6.35
3.00
Oenanthe javanica 'Flamingo'
 1.4Lt
A striking foliage plant making spreading clumps of finely cut green leaves heavily variegated cream, white & pink. In cold weather it takes on a red hue. Insignificant cow parsley-like white flowers. any soil in sun or part shade. 45x60cm.
£3.95
10.00
Oenothera fruticosa glauca (AGM)
Sundrops
 1.4Lt
(syn.O.tetragona) Large, DEEP YELLOW flowers, fading to red, remain open all day; June & July. A lovely evening primrose forming rosettes of slightly glaucous leaves, the new growth flushed red. Well drained soil in sun. 45x45cms.
£4.35
1.00
Oenothera fruticosa 'Hoheslicht'
Sundrops
 1.4Lt
Highlight'.From late spring through midsummer are produced an abundance of showy bright yellow flowers from red flushed buds. Basal rosettes of mid-green leaves. Well drained soil in sun. (5-8) 60cm.
£4.65
6.00
Oenothera macrocarpa (AGM)
Evening Primrose
 1.4Lt
(syn.O.missouriensis) A succession of huge PRIMROSE flowers; all summer. Good ground cover with red tinted leaves & stems. Well drained soil in sun. 20x60cm.
£4.65
1.00
Oenothera organensis
Evening primrose
 1.4Lt
Large, rich butter-yellow, cup-shaped flowers with long stamens are freely produced all summer. Tall, erect, soundly perennial species with narrow leaves up the stems. Well drained soil in a sunny site. 75x45cm.
£4.95
6.00
Oenothera pilosella 'Mella Yella'
Sundrops
 1.4Lt
Attractive, soundly perennial evening primrose with basal rosettes of red flushed leaves, rich burgundy in autumn & hairy beneath. Short stems with good sized butter yellow flowers from orange-red buds all summer. Light soil in sun. (5-8) 40cm.
£4.35
3.00
Oenothera speciosa 'Siskiyou'
Evening Primrose
 1.4Lt
Gorgeous variant found in the Siskiyou mountains. Large, CLEAR PINK, cup-shaped flowers veined a deeper pink & darken towards the edges; golden-yellow eye. Excellent scent & flowers remain open all day. Gritty, well drained soil in sun. 45x45cm.
£4.35
2.00
Oenothera speciosa 'Siskiyou'
Evening Primrose
 1Lt
£3.99
7.00
Olsynium douglasii (AGM)
Grass Widow
 1Lt
Unusual variety with narrow grassy leaves. Large, nodding bell shaped blue flowers with pointed petals & distinctive yellow stamens. Flowers spring but dies down quickly. Retentive soil in part shade. 25x15cm.
£4.35
3.00
Olymposciadium caespitosum
 1.4Lt
From dry areas of Central Anatolia, this, upright perennial umbellifer has mainly basal clumps of very finely pinnate, almost thread like, bright-green leaves, smaller up the stems. Freely branching stems are topped by loose, compound umbels of small starry pure-white flowers from June to the September. Light, free draining soil in sun. (7-9) 100x50cm.
£4.95
8.00
Omphalodes cappadocica 'Cherry Ingram' (AGM)
Navelwort
 1.4Lt
Excellent ground cover for woodland, shady conditions. Abundany sprays of larger than normal intense bright-blue flowers in spring. More or less evergreen.Moist, fertile, humus rich soil in part or full shade. (5-6) 20cm.
£4.95
10.00
Omphalodes cappadocica 'Lilac Mist'
Navelwort
 1.4Lt
Short loose spikes of soft-lilac flowers; early spring. Basal clumps of evergreen, pale green, pointed leaves. Moist, fertile, rich soil in part shade. New from the USA. 20x40cm.
£4.65
1.00
Omphalodes cappadocica 'Starry Eyes'
Navelwort, Navelseed
 1.4Lt
Branching spikes with WHITE flowers each petal having a BLUE CENTRAL STRIPE. A wonderful cultivar making low growing clumps of pointed, dark green leaves. For any not too chalky soil in part shade. 20x30cm. Flowers: March-April.
£4.95
5.00
Omphalodes verna 'Elfenauge'
Blue-eyed Mary
 1.4Lt
Moist, moderately fertile, humus-rich soil in part shade. 20x30cms+.
£4.65
7.00
Ophiopogon bodinieri B&L 12505
 1.4Lt
A vigorous spreading clump-former with long, narrow, strap-like, arching, dark green leaves. Clusters of hanging bell-shaped pale lilac-pink flowers. Moist woodland soil. Collected in Yunnan, China. 30x75cm.
£4.95
12.00
Ophiopogon chingii
1.5lt
Tiny little evergreen species from Japan with very fine, curling twisted mounds of leathery deep green leaves on a gently running root. Spikes of small, bell-shaped lilac flowers followed by very large neon blue fruit, from mid to late summer. diminutive so best on a rockery. Retentive soil in a part shaded spot. (5-6) 5cm.
£7.95
5.00
Ophiopogon chingii 'Crispum'
Ophiopogon
 1.4Lt
Tiny, swirling evergreen lily with very fine, thread like, long grassy leaves. Short spikes of lilac-white bell shaped flowers in summer followed by good sized purple berries. Beautiful for the rockery in a retentive, well drained, sheltered spot in sun or part shade. (7-9) 10cm.
£4.95
10.00
Ophiopogon jaburan
Jaburan Lily
 1.4Lt
Tufted evergreen perennial, with strap-shaped leathery dark green leaves. Short spikes of lilac tinted white flowers in late summer followed by violet-blue fruit. Moist, fertile, hunus-rich soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 45cm.,
£4.35
8.00
Ophiopogon japonicus 'Minor'
Lilyturf
 1.4Lt
Tiny creeping form, with arching clumps of narrow, leathery deep-green evergreen leaves. Short spikes of small, bell-shaped pale purple-white flowers followed by blue-black berries. Fertile, retentive, rich soil in part shade. (8-9) 15cm.
£4.95
6.00
Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Black Smaragd'
Black Grass
 1.4Lt
Translating as 'Black Emerald' this forms spreading, arching tufts of leathery rich black leaves, the new growth initially coming through as olive green. Short spikes of bell-shaped lilac-white flowers in late summer. Good ground cover for retentive soil in sun or light shade. (7-8) 15cm.
£4.95
6.00
Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Little Tabby'
 1.4Lt
Very slow growing evergreen with short stubby dark-green leaves regularly variegated cream. Sprays of small white flowers in summer. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 15cm.
£6.45
8.00
Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Little Tabby'
 2Lt
£7.50
2.00
Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens' (AGM)
Black Grass
 1.4Lt
Striking herbaceous perennial with evergreen, almost black, strap-like leaves which set off short spikes of rich pink flowers followed by black berries. One of the few black leaved plants. Needs good soil, part shade. Creeps slowly. 15cms. Flowers: Aug-Sept.
£6.45
17.00
Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens' (AGM)
Black Grass
1.5lt
£6.75
3.00
Ophiopogon sp.
 1.4Lt
Unidentified species from Julian Sutton unusually flowering in late spring. Short spikes for bell-shaped lilac flushed white flowers. Arching clumps of evergreen, glossy narrow strap like leaves. never too dry soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 15cm.
£4.95
9.00
Origanum laevigatum 'Herrenhausen' (AGM)
Marjoram
 1.4Lt
Mat-forming clumps of aromatic foliage. Well branched stems bearing abundant clusters of violet flowers; mid to late summer. Reasonably drained soil in sun. 40cms.
£4.35
3.00
Origanum 'Rosenkuppel'
Marjoram, Oregano
 1.4Lt
A German selection of this easy, aromatic border plant. This form has larger leaves & dome-shaped clusters of rosy-purple flowers in dark bracts. Leaves turn purple in winter. Any reasonably drained soil in sun. 45x30cm. Flowers: June-September.
£4.35
1.00
Origanum 'Teddy'
Oregano
 1.4Lt
Bred in Holland, this looks very much like a dictamnus hybrid. Low, spreading mat former with rounded, intensely white felted leaves. Small bobble like branched heads of jade green bracts with small, tubular soft pink flowers. Will need excellent drainage in full sun. (5-8) 10cm,
£4.45
8.00
Origanum vulgare 'Compactum'
Oregano
 1.4Lt
One of the best, most modest edgers, forming dense mats of rounded, highly aromatic, dark-green leaves. Narrow, rich-pink flowers protrude from small, jade-green, hop-like bracts. Light, well drained soil in sun. (5-7)15cm.
£4.45
7.00
Origanum vulgare 'Thumble's Variety'
Wild Marjoram
 1.4Lt
Bushy, woody based, aromatic herb making larger than normal carpets of yellow-green leaves becoming burnished gold in autumn. Loose whorls of tubular, deep pink flowers; midsummer & autumn. Fertile, well drained soil in sun. 45x45cms.
£4.45
11.00
Origanum vulgare 'White Charm'
Oregano
 1.4Lt
Prolific flowering form, with mounds of aromatic, pale green, yellow flushed, rounded leaves. Wispy spikes of narrow, tubular, pure white flowewrs all summer. Loved by bees. Well drained soil in sun. (5-8) 40cm.
£4.35
1.00
Ornithogalum oligophyllum
Star of Bethlehem
 1Lt
syn. balansae. Heads of white, up-facing, star-like flowers from green buds; January-March. Bulbous perennial with almost prostrate, strap-like, mid-green leaves. Summer dormant. Fertile, well drained soil in sun. Ht: 20cms.
£4.35
2.00
Ornithogalum pyramidale
Star of Bethlehem
 1.4Lt
Fleshy, upright stems topped with neat, pyramidal heads of white, star-like flowers; May-July. Fleshy, lance-shaped leaves fade away at flowering. Bulbous perennial for a well drained soil in sun. Ht: 60cms.
£4.35
2.00
Ornithogalum reverchonii
 1.4Lt
Tall, elegant bulbous plant with roseetes of narrow, strap-like leaves. Tall spikes of starry white flowers in early summer, quickly going dormant afterwards. Free draining soil in sun. (6-7) 50cm
£4.35
3.00
Ornithogalum sigmoideum
Star of Bethlehem
 1Lt
Small Turkish species with starry white flowers with a green rib, nestling in the crown of narrow, greyish leaves during mid spring. Seems hardy in a light, well drained soil in sun. (3-4)10cm.
£4.35
1.00
Ornithogalum umbellatum
Star of Betlehem
 1Lt
Ideal small bulb for naturalising, this forms fleshy clumps of grassy, keeled green leaves. Spikes of open, starry white flowers, striped green in bud & on the reverses, during late spring. Best in a light, free draining soil, best with some shade. (4-5) 30cm.
£4.35
1.00
Orostachys iwarenge
Chinese hat
 2Lt
Beautiful rosettes of chalky-grey succulent, evergreen foliage held on short stolons. In late summer the rosettes are topped with up to 4 inches (10 cm) tall 'cones' jammed with tiny creamy-pink flowers. Requires a gritty soil in full sun or part shade. Best if given some protection from winter wet. Lovely rockery or shallow container plant. To:5 x 45cms..
£7.95
2.00
Orthrosanthus chimboracensis
 1.4Lt
Rarely seen iris relative making clumps of long, narrow, grassy evergreen leaves. Sprays of CLEAR LIGHT-BLUE flowers each lasting but a day from May to July. Not fully hardy but O.K in an unheated greenhouse in winter. Gritty well drained soil in sun. 45x45cm.
£5.45
7.00
Osteospermum 'Dwarf Pink'
African Daisy
 1.4Lt
Not a valid name but a very distinct variety with spreading mats of very finely elliptic, deep green leaves. Short stems carry solitary but profuse, rather small dusky-pink daisies with metallic backs, borne from June to the frosts. Hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-10) 20x40cm.
£4.35
2.00
Osteospermum ecklonis 'Compacta'
 1.4Lt
Not really sure of the name, but it does seem to fit the bill. Creeping, semi-evergreen carpets of fleshy, toothed, spoon-shaped leaves. Short stems carry good sized white daisies with steely metallic-blue backs from May to the frosts. Free draining soil in sun. (5-10) 20cm.
£4.35
1.00
Osteospermum 'In the Pink'
Osteospermum
 2Lt
A small, neat, edging evergreen, very hardy form with mats of fleshy, spoon shaped, deep green leaves. Short stems with solitary, bright magenta-pink daisies, with a steely blue eye & reverse, opening in the sun from late spring into autumn. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-10) 15x45cm.
£5.95
5.00
Osteospermum jucundum compactum
 1.4Lt
syn. 'dwarf Pink'. One of the hardiest species, almost reliably so in southern gardens. Prostrate mats of fleshy, toothed, dark-green leaves. Large mauve-pink daisies with bronzed reverses open with the sun all summer to the frosts. Well drained soil in full sun. (5-10) 20cm.
£4.35
1.00
Osteospermum 'Lady Leitrim' (AGM)
Hardy Osteospermum
 2Lt
Low, spreading, reliably hardy evergreen ground cover with strongly aromatic, toothed leaves. large white daisies, flushed pink at the tips, with a metallic blue centre & reverses to the petals ; all summer. Only opens when sunny. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-10) 30cm.
£6.95
5.00
Osteospermum 'Lady Leitrim' (AGM)
Hardy Osteospermum
 3Lt
£6.95
1.00
Osteospermum 'Nairobi Purple'
 1.4Lt
(syn: Tresco Purple) Low growing, fleshy, evergreen bearing daisy like, dark purple flower heads to 5cms, the reverse flushed white; late spring until autumn. Hardyish in a free draining site in full sun. To; 15x90cms.
£4.35
3.00
Osteospermum 'Weetwood' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Low growing, fleshy evergreen bearing heads of daisy like, clear white flowers (to 4cms) with a yellow eye, petal reverses flushed bronze. Flowers open with the sun from late spring until autumn. Hardyish in a free draining soil in sun. To: 20x90cms.
£4.35
3.00
Ourisia coccinea
 1.4Lt
(syn.O.elegans) A plantsman's plant with mats of oval toothed leaves in rosettes. Nodding scarlet flowers in loose whorls with distinctive cream stamens in late spring. Difficult in the south. Humus rich soil in part or full shade. 15x60cm.
£5.35
6.00
Ourisia 'Loch Ewe'
 1.4Lt
Lovely ground cover with scallop like crinkled gren leaves.Clusters of Mimulus like salmon-pink flowers.Cool, moist peaty soil in shade. 20x40cm.(4-5)
£5.35
2.00
Pachyphragma macrophyllum
 1.4Lt
An unassuming, attractive ground cover plant with rounded, green leaves. Spikes of PURE WHITE flowers; March to May. Grows in any reasonable soil in part shade. 30x45cms.
£4.70
12.00
Pachyphragma macrophyllum
 2Lt
£4.45
15.00
Pachysandra terminalis 'Green Carpet'
 2Lt
Creeping evergreen mat former with spreading stems clothed in whorls of dark green, leathery, toothed leaves. Short spikes of starry white flowers, held in the centre of each rosette during late spring & summer. Retentive, not too chalky soil in part or full shade. (4-7) 20x120cm.
£6.35
1.00
Paeonia 'Buckeye Belle'
Peony
 2Lt
Sumptuous bowl shaped, semi double, dark red flowers, with fringed petals. has a large boss of gold stamens. Round lobed leaves, with burgundy red autumn colour. Humus rich, retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 60cm.
£8.50
4.00
Paeonia 'Coral Charm' (AGM)
Paeony
 2Lt
Beautiful, fully double, deeply cup-shaped flowers opening a rich salmon-pink, ageing orange & finishing a soft yellow. Into flower earlier than lactiflora types, often during mid May. Superb autumn foliage colour. Likes good living in a rich, retentive soil in sun or light shade. (5-6) 90cm.
£9.95
7.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'Baroness Schroder'
Paeony
 2Lt
Double, bomb shaped paeony with large outer guard petals with the central ones incurving & ball shaped. The flowers initillay open with just the palest pink tinge, becoming white when exposed to sun. Early & long flowering. Rich soil in sun. (5-6)90cm.
£6.50
1.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'Bunker Hill'
Paeony
 2Lt
Double. Large, vibrant, double purple-red flowers held on stout stems. Humus rich, retentive yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 80cm.
£8.95
1.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'Duchesse De Nemours' (AGM)
Double Peony
 2Lt
Beautiful DOUBLE WHITE FLOWERS WITH A CREAMY CENTRE. Splendid foliage richly tinted in autumn. Deep, rich, well drained soil, regularly mulched, in sun. Plant crown 1' deep only. 90x90cms. Flowers: June-July.
£8.50
5.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'Felix Crousse' (AGM)
Peony
 2Lt
Very large, double, very fragrant BRIGHT CARMINE-RED BLOOMS WITH SOME SILVERING & incurving petals; freely produced late May & June. Strong stems - excellent for cutting. Good foliage. Humus-rich, reasonably drained soil in sun. 75cms.
£7.75
1.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'Festiva Maxima' (AGM)
Double Peony
 2Lt
Beautiful, very large DOUBLE WHITE flowers, the central petals FLECKED CRIMSON, on strong stems. Fine clumps of attractive lobed foliage with rich autumn tints. Best in enriched deep soil in full sun. 75-100cms. Flowers: June-July.
£8.25
1.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'Kansas'
Peony
 2Lt
Beautiful DOUBLE RED flowers. Fine clumps of strikingly lobed foliage with good autumn tints. Best in enriched deep soil in full sun. 75-100cms. Flowers: June
£8.25
4.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'Krinkled White'
Peony
 2Lt
Large, single, cup-shaped, white flowers with slightly ruffled petals & golden stamens; late spring & early summer. Humus-rich, retentive soil in sun or part shade. 75x75cm.
£8.95
4.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'Pecher'
Peony
 2Lt
Showy hybrid, with semi-double pure white flowers with crinkled petals, often with red flecking:- June & July. Good clump former for a rich retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 76x60cm.
£8.35
1.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'President F.D Roosevelt'
Peony
 2Lt
A strangely neglected hybrid with large, almost fully double, deliciously scented, rich red flowers with wavy margined petals, freely borne during May. :Likes a rich, retentive soil in sun or light shade. (5-6) 80x45cm.
£7.25
1.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'White Wings'
Peony
 2Lt
Much sought after variety with well scented, SINGLE, PURE WHITE flowers with broad crinkled petals & a large golden central boss of stamens. Free flowering in June & July. Humus rich retentive soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm.
£8.50
1.00
Paeonia mlokosewitchii (AGM)
Molly The Witch
 2Lt
Single, bowl shaped lemon flowers with deeper stamens; late spring & early summer. Lobed mouds of red edged blue-green leaves. Can be caught by the late frosts. Highly sought after. Rich, fertile moist yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x75cm.
£19.25
1.00
Paeonia officinalis 'Rosea Plena' (AGM)
Cottage Garden Paeony
 2Lt
Double POMPOM-LIKE LARGE, DEEP PINK flowers - before the lactiflora hybrids. Popular old cottage-garden plant making bold clumps of rounded leaves emerging from red buds. Rich, fertile soil in sun. 60x60cm. Flowers: Late spring - e. summer.
£6.35
1.00
Papaver orientale 'Beauty Of Livermere'
Oriental Poppy
 3Lt
THE TRUE FORM, NOT ANOTHER IMPOSTER. Always raised from seed, the nursery trade hasn't the true form, until now. Large, intense, deep red flowers, stained black at the base;- late spring & early summer. Well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 75cm.
£7.95
1.00
Papaver orientale 'Central Park' (New York Series)
Oriental Poppy
 2Lt
Bred by Eleanor de Koenig, this sumptuous poppy has large, papery, vibrant, burgundy purple-red flowers, semi-double, with a large black centre;- Compact, so should not need staking. Flowers;- early summer. Well drained soil in full sun. (6-8) 60cm.
£6.95
4.00
Papaver orientale 'Harlem'
Oriental Poppy
 2Lt
(New York superpoppy) Large, upward facing poppy giving a generous bowl of crepe-paper like deep burgundy-rose flowers, filled with black stamens blotches. Flowers early summer, repeating in September. Well drained soil in sun. (5-6) (9) 65cm.
£6.95
4.00
Papaver orientale 'Prinzessin Victoria Louise'
Oriental Poppy
 3Lt
Cup-shaped bowls of almost single, SALMON flowers with papery, crinkled petals from large buds; May to July. Cut back hard after flowering for a second show. Gritty well drained soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm.
£7.95
2.00
Pelargonium - Regal
10cm
£4.50
12.00
Pelargonium - Zonal
10cm
Semi-woody, half hardy perennials with rounded heads of large flowers throughout the year if given winter protection. Popular for summer displays. dead head regularly Free draining soil in sun.
£1.50
13.00
Pelargonium 'Ardens'
Geranium
 1.4Lt
Tender Geranium, always scarce due to propagation difficulties. Small, intensely scarlet flowers on branched stems are piercing in their intensity. Doesn't produce stems so cuttings are tricky. Keep frost free in winter. (6-10) 30cm.
£5.95
3.00
Peltoboykinia watanabei
 2Lt
Upright stems topped with cymes of open bell-shaped, pale greenish-yellow flowers; summer. Clump-forming perennial with lobed, glossy, olive-green leaves. A rhizomatous species from mountain woodlands of Japan. Moist, humus-rich soil in part shade. 45cms.
£5.95
1.00
Penstemon 'Andenken an Friedrich Hahn' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
(AGM) (syn P.Garnet') A vigorous evergreen with DEEP PORT-WINE tubular flowers flushed crimson over narrow fresh foliage. Full sun in fertile soil. 75x60cms. Flowers: July-September
£4.45
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