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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
1.00
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
2.00
Acanthus 'Hollande Du Nort'
Bear's Breeches
 2Lt
Attractive Dutch hybrid, very floriferous with shorter spikes of large rose pink & white bicoloured flowers in profusion. Rosettes of divided, spiny, glossy leaves. Well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 80cm.
£6.95
3.00
Acanthus mollis
Bears Breeches
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
18.00
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)
£6.45
6.00
Acanthus spinosus (AGM)
Bears Breeches
 3Lt
£7.30
1.00
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
4.00
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
4.00
Acanthus 'Whitewater'
 3Lt
Striking architectural, clump forming, semi evergreen perennial with large, deeply lobed, glossy green leaves heavily splashed white. Bold panicles of dark red buds opening to hooded, fragrant, pink-flushed, white flowers in mid- to late spring. For a deep, fertile, well drained soil in sun or part shade..1.0m+
£13.95
5.00
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
1.00
Achillea filipendulina 'Gold Plate' (AGM)
Yarrow, Milfoil
 1.4Lt
Large flattened heads of GOLDEN-YELLOW flowers; early summer to early autumn. Good for drying & cutting. Grey-green pinnate leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun. 129x75cm.
£4.75
18.00
Achillea filipendulina 'Gold Plate' (AGM)
Yarrow, Milfoil
 2Lt
£6.95
10.00
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
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.
£4.75
18.00
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
4.00
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.
£5.50
12.00
Aconitum carmichaelii (Arendsii Group) 'Arendsii'
Monkshood
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
3.00
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
3.00
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
1.00
Aconitum Cloudy'
Monkshood
 2Lt
£6.95
21.00
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
1.00
Aconitum fischeri
Monkshood
 2Lt
£6.45
5.00
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 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
5.00
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
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
5.00
Actaea cordifolia
Bugbane
 2Lt
WAS CIMICIFUGA.Much confused with racemosa & rubifolia. Clump former with mounds of deeply cut fresh green leaves. Branched stems with curved racemes of unpleasantly scented white flowers in late summer. Moist, fertile, humus rich soil in part shade. 120cm. (8-9)
£6.45
6.00
Actaea matsumurae 'Frau Herms'
Bugbane, Cohosh
 2Lt
A form selected for it's dwarf compact habit. Arching stems with white bottlebrush-like flowers from darker buds; early to mid-autumn. Divided lobed leaves. Moist, fertile, humus rich soil in part or full shade. 75x45cm.
£6.95
4.00
Actaea matsumurae 'White Pearl' (AGM)
Bugbane
 2Lt
Elegant tall perennial with mounds of fresh green, finely cut leaves. Arching, scented spikes of white bottlebrush like flowers on well branched stems during autumn. Likes good living in a rich, retentive soil in part or full shade. (8-10) 120cm
£6.45
3.00
Actaea pachypoda Misty Blue'
Doll's Eye
 2Lt
Attractive woodlander with erect stems having finely cut, ash grey leaves. Short, fluffy spikes of white flowers in May followed by spikes of white fruit, held on bright red stalks;- late summer. Best a rich, retentive, woodsy soil in part shade. (5-6) 75cm.
£6.45
3.00
Actaea rubra (AGM)
Red Baneberry, Snakeberry
 1.4Lt
An uncommon woodland plant with finely cut leaves topped by spikes of WHITE, feathery flowers. These are followed by brilliant red berries in autumn. Grows in dry shade where little else will grow. 45x45cms. Flowers: April-May.
£5.50
5.00
Actaea simplex Atropurpurea Group
Cimicifuga
 2Lt
(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.
£6.45
1.00
Actaea simplex 'Carbonella' (Atrop. Grp)
Bugbane
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
1.00
Actaea simplex 'Hillside Black Beauty' (Atropurpurea Group)
Bugbane
 2Lt
was cimicifuga. Mounds of deeply cut, richest plum purple, almost black leaves, a great improvement on all other purple leaved forms. Erect spikes of white flowers from pink flushed buds. Rich, retentive soil in part shade. (9-10) 125cm.
£6.95
9.00
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.
£6.45
6.00
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
3.00
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
1.00
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
2.00
Adonis amurensis
Adonis
 1.4Lt
Choice harbinger of spring, with the large bowl-shaped many petalled golden-yellow flowers appearing the mounds of very finely cut fern-like leaves, usually in January & February. Quickly goes dormant in early summer. Humus rich, leafy, retentive soil. (2-3) 15cm.
£5.00
6.00
Adoxa moschatellina
Town Hall Clock
 1Lt
(Town Hall Clock) rare native forming spreading mats of very finely cut, fresh green leaves. Rather small yellowish-green flowers spin & track the sun as it moves around the sky, hance the strange common name & also the square flower head. Cool, moist woodland soil in part shade. 10cm.
£3.95
6.00
Agapanthus africanus 'Twister'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Needing a very sheltered spot, this semi-evergreen has basal clumps of strap-like, broad green leaves. Large, dense, packed, rounded heads of narrowly tubular white flowers, stained bright-blue on the tube during mid to late summer. Free draining soil in sun. (7-8) 60x45cm.
£8.55
12.00
Agapanthus 'Beeches Dwarf'
African Lily
 2Lt
Our own selected dwarf form. Showy umbels of SOFT POWDERY-BLUE flowers with a darker mid blue midrib down each petal; mid to late summer. Deciduous & quite hardy. Retentive well drained soil in full sun. 30x30cm.
£6.95
6.00
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
1.00
Agapanthus 'Bridal Bouquet'
African Lily
 2Lt
Very floriferous, reasonably hardy evergreen form with low, broad fresh green leaves. Rounded heads of packed pure white flowers, earlier than most in July & August. Retentive, well drained soil in full sun. (7-8) 80cm.
£6.95
16.00
Agapanthus 'Brilliant Blue'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Possibly the most free flowering hybrid released to date, this short form is hardy & very prolific & very early. Domed umbels of striking rich-blue flowers commencing the end of June. Each plant produces so many stems it quickly gives good effect. Semi-evergreen leaves. retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 60cm.
£6.95
4.00
Agapanthus campanulatus 'Wedgewood Blue'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Old hybrid with intermediate, open umbels of narrowly tubular pale wedgewood blue flowers on stout stems;- late summer & early autumn. Narrow, strap like deciduous leaves. one of the hardier hybrids. Well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 90cm.
£6.95
10.00
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.
£6.95
9.00
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.
£6.95
2.00
Agapanthus 'Dnjepr'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Very tall, upright, late flowering deciduous hybrid with rounded umbels of dusky sky-blue flowers which are stumpy & open wide. The stems are always held very erect. Strap like deciduous leaves make it hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (8-10) 130cm.
£6.95
3.00
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.
£6.95
8.00
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.
£6.95
10.00
Agapanthus 'Gayle's Lilac'
Lily of the Nile
 2Lt
A very hardy dwarf New Zealand hybrid with umbels of cool lilac tubular flowers. Mounds of narrow, dark green deciduous leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun or light shade. (8-10) 40cm.
£7.50
2.00
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
1.00
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
£6.95
12.00
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
2.00
Agapanthus 'Jack's Blue'
African Lily
 2Lt
New, vigorous, long flowering hybrid from N.Zealand. Large, heavy rounded umbels of small, flared deep purple-blue flowers on bare stems all summer & autumn. Should be hardy. Retentive well drained soil in sun. (7-10) 150cm.
£6.95
2.00
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.
£6.95
10.00
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.
£6.95
14.00
Agapanthus 'Lavender Haze'
Lily of the Nile
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
6.00
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.
£6.95
15.00
Agapanthus 'Maureen'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Rather unusual hybrid with an almost conical head of flared warm lavender flowers, emerging from long, pointed slatey purple buds & held on dark stalks, during midsummer. More or less evergreen, leathery, glossy green leaves, stained purple. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 80cm.
£6.95
3.00
Agapanthus 'Megan's Mauve'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Big, bold & reasonably tough evergreen with broad, luxuriant, strap like leaves. Rounded, well packed umbels of a pale mauve with a central splash of deeper mauve down each petal;- Late summer & autumn. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-9) 100cm.
£6.95
8.00
Agapanthus 'Midnight Star'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
(syn.Navy Blue') One of the hardiest, brightest blues with rounded heads of rich blue flowers from inky violet buds during August, usually a little later than most. The stems are stained black at the base. Well drained soil in a sun. (8-9) 85cm.
£6.95
9.00
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.
£6.95
6.00
Agapanthus 'Moonlight Star'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Semi-evergreen clump former with broad, strap-like leaves. rounded heads of mid-blue flared flowers with a dark central stripe down each petal, during late summer into autumn. Hardy in a warm, sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-9) 60cm.
£6.95
2.00
Agapanthus 'Mooreanus'
African Blue Lily
 2Lt
Introduced from Orange Free State in 1954, this is probably a short form of campanulatus ssp. patens. Small tough form with narrow deciduous leaves. Loose open umbels of trumpet shaped palest blue flowers during July & August. Should be relaibly hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-8) 70cm.
£6.95
11.00
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
1.00
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
1.00
Agapanthus 'Polar Ice'
Lily of the Nile
 2Lt
Large umbels of PURE WHITE flowers; summer. Narrow, grassy, strap-like leaves. May need a winter mulch when young. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. 75x45cm.
£6.95
7.00
Agapanthus 'Polar Star'
 3Lt
Upright, fleshy stems topped with large umbels of shiny, tubular, lavender-purple flowers with a single mauve stripe at the centre. Fleshy, lance shaped, green leaves. Free draining yet moist, fertile soil in sun or dappled shade. May need some winter protection. 60x45cms.
£7.30
6.00
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
2.00
Agapanthus 'Royal Velvet'
 3Lt
£9.95
1.00
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
1.00
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
4.00
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.
£6.95
13.00
Agapanthus 'Silver Baby'
African lily
 2Lt
Dwarf, very prolific variety with upright, very fine, strap like grassy leaves. Open umbels of white flowers faintly tinged blue around the mouth of the flowers ;- midsummer into autumn. One of the hardier varieties for a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-9) 50cm.
£6.95
3.00
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
£6.95
10.00
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
8.00
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.
£6.95
10.00
Agapanthus 'Star Quality'
 2Lt
£6.95
11.00
Agapanthus 'Strawberry Ice'
African Lily
 2Lt
Evergreen hybrid domed umbels of narrowly tubular white flowers, starting with pink lips, becoming more suffused as the flower ages. Broad, strap like leaves. Only hardy in the most sheltered os spots in a free draining soil in sun. (7-9) 60cm.
£6.95
8.00
Agapanthus 'Timaru'
African Lily
 2Lt
New Zealand hybrid, so very cold hardy. Dense floriferous heads of rich-blue flowers with deeper central stripes on many stems in midsummer through autumn. Narrow grassy leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun. (7-10) 75cm.
£6.95
3.00
Agapanthus 'Tinkerbell'
African Lily
 2Lt
Unusual form the lance-shaped, fleshy, moss-green leaves edged & suffused cream. Stiff stems topped with heads of trumpet-shaped, BLUE flowers; summer (but rather shy) Mulch crowns in winter. Moist yet drained soil in a sheltered, sunny position.
£6.95
5.00
Agapanthus 'White Superior'
Lily of the Nile
 2Lt
As the name suggests, a very showy white form. Large, rounded umbels of widely flared pure white flowers; late summer & early autumn. Strap-like deciduous leaves. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun. 90x60cm.
£6.95
6.00
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
4.00
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.
£6.95
21.00
Agastache 'After Eight'
Mexican Hyssop
 1.4Lt
One of the hardier forms with spikes of violet-blue flowers from dull red calyces;- June to the frosts. Neetle like leaves are flushed purple in spring. Strong spearmint scent. Light free draining soil in sun. (7-10) 40cm.
£4.75
7.00
Agastache 'Blue Fortune'
Mexican Hyssop
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.75
2.00
Agastache 'Firebird'
Mexican Hyssop
 1.4Lt
Stiff stems clothed in small silver-grey leaves all topped by spires of MARMALADE-ORANGE tubular flowers; May to Sept. All parts intensely aromatic. Likely to prove a popular introduction. Gritty well drained soil in full sun. 75x45cms.
£4.75
1.00
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
1.00
Agastache rugosa 'Golden Jubilee'
Mexican Hyssop
 2Lt
Spectacular foliage plant, breeding more or less true from seed. Aromatic, nettle-like, burnished, golden-yellow leaves topped by narrow spikes of mid-blue, tubular flowers from smokey buds, throughout summer. Sharply drained, sheltered spot in sun. (5-8) 45cm.
£6.95
1.00
Ageratina altissima 'Chocolate' (AGM)
White Snakeroot
 2Lt
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.
£6.50
7.00
Ageratina altissima 'Chocolate' (AGM)
White Snakeroot
 1Lt
£3.99
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
1.00
Ajuga reptans albiflora 'Alba'
Bugle
 1.4Lt
Strong growing, mat forming evergreen with rosettes of glossy, light green leaves. Short spikes of tubular white flowers, held in a cylindrical spikes during late spring & early summer. Retentive or moist soil in part of full shade. (4-6) 15cm.
£4.50
6.00
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.
£4.50
6.00
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
4.00
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
5.00
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
2.00
Alcea 'Black Night'
Hollyhock
 1.4Lt
(Spotlight Series) Tall, upright, clump forming perennial with long, slender spikes of silky, cup-shaped, velvet textured, rich purple-black flowers with a small gold eye, freely borne throughout summer. Short lived but self seeds freely. Poor, impoverished soil in sun. (6-9) 180x60cm.
£4.50
3.00
Alcea rosea 'Chaters Double Pink'
Hollyhock
 1.4Lt
Selected in Saffron Walden by Thomas Chaters, These were the first strain of double hollyhock like flowers to hit the market & caused a great stir at the Chelsea flower show. Big, bold spikes of fully double, crepe paper like, pink flowers through summer. Light, free draining soil in sun 150cm.
£4.50
2.00
Alcea rosea 'Chaters Double Purple'
Hollyhock
 1.4Lt
Selected in Saffron Walden by Thomas Chaters, These were the first strain of double hollyhock like flowers to hit the market & caused a great stir at the Chelsea flower show. Big, bold spikes of fully double, crepe paper like, purple flowers through summer. Light, free draining soil in sun 150cm.
£4.50
1.00
Alcea rosea 'Chaters Double Red'
Hollyhock
 1.4Lt
£4.50
10.00
Alcea rosea 'Chaters Double White'
Hollyhock
 1.4Lt
Selected in Saffron Walden by Thomas Chaters, These were the first strain of double hollyhock like flowers to hit the market & caused a great stir at the Chelsea flower show. Big, bold spikes of fully double, crepe paper like, white flowers through summer. Light, free draining soil in sun 150cm.
£4.50
7.00
Alcea rosea 'Double Salmon-Pink'
Hollyhock
 1.4Lt
Bold, stately cottage garden favourite, with big spikes of silky, cup-shaped double salmon-pink flowers all summer. Basal rosettes of large, coarse basal leaves. Well drained soil in sun. (6-9) 150cm.
£4.50
1.00
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
1.00
Alcea rosea 'Nigra'
Hollyhock
 1.4Lt
Impressive spikes lined with open, saucer-shaped flowers of a unique DARK RICH-BURGUNDY ALMOST BLACK AT THE CENTRE. May be susceptible to rust. Requires well drained soil in full sun. 1.5m. Flowers: Summer.
£4.50
3.00
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.
£4.50
6.00
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.
£4.50
1.00
Alchemilla mollis (AGM)
Lady's Mantle
 1.4Lt
A beautiful combination of pendant sprays of green-yellow flowers over a mound of serrated, oval grey-green leaves which hold droplets of water at the edges after rain. Good ground cover. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. 45x45cms. Flowers: June-July.
£4.50
17.00
Alchemilla vetteri
Lady's Mantle
 2Lt
Semi-evergreen clumps of rounded, glabrous, silky hairy leaves. Sprays of small sulphur-yellow flowers are persistent all summer. Ordinary soil in a sunny site. 20x45cm.
£6.95
2.00
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
5.00
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
3.00
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 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.
£4.95
8.00
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
2.00
Allium caeruleum (AGM)
Ornamental Onion
 1Lt
(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.
£4.95
6.00
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
2.00
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
5.00
Allium 'Globemaster' (AGM)
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
A spectacular new onion with huge, starry, rounded heads of RICH VIOLET-PURPLE flowers up to 8-ins across, held on stiff stems; June & July. Good dried flower heads. Ordinary well drained soil in sun or part shade. 120x60cm.
£4.70
4.00
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
4.00
Allium karataviense (AGM)
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
Lovely species the stiff stems topped with a globular flower head of PINKY-BEIGE, the size of an orange, cradled within dark, purplish-grey, wide curving leaves. Excellent seed heads. Reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun. May-June. 20cms.
£4.45
1.00
Allium karataviense 'Ivory Queen'
Ornamental Onion
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.45
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
5.00
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
2.00
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
7.00
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
5.00
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
7.00
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
2.00
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
4.00
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
1.00
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
5.00
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
5.00
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
5.00
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
4.00
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
2.00
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
5.00
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
2.00
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
2.00
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
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
1.00
Alstroemeria psittacina 'Royal Star'
Parrot Lily
 2Lt
A tender variety with the leaves regularly edged white. Rich red flowers wwith bright green tips; June to August. Spreads freely if happy. Well-drained soil in sun; protect in winter. 90x45cms.
£7.35
5.00
Althaea cannabina
Hollyhock
 2Lt
Cup-shaped, ROSY LAVENDER flowers, with a deeper eye, are freely produced in the leaf axils all summer & autumn. Tall erect stems. Reasonably fertile soil in sun. 200x120cm.
£6.45
6.00
Althaea officinalis
Marshmallow
 1.4Lt
Native herbaceous, clump forming perennial the erect stems carrying silky cup-shaped soft pink to white flowers with deeper veining; mid summer. Soft grey-green leaves. The roots once a source for marshmallow confections. Any reasonable soil in sun. 90cm.
£4.75
9.00
Amaryllis belladonna (AGM)
Amaryllis
 3Lt
South African bulb with stout, naked stems carrying up to 6, large, trumpet shaped, scented, mid pink flowers;- autumn. The strap like, fleshy leaves are produced after flowering. Plant with bulb necks at the surface in a sheltered spot in sun. 60cm.
£5.95
11.00
Amicia zygomeris
Giant Bush Clover
 2Lt
Rare East Mexican more or less evergreen herbaceous perennial which looks like a giant clover. Stout stems with pinnate, downy grey-green leaves & curious leaf axils. Pea like gold flowers with purple veining in autumn. Shelter of a warm wall. 2.5x2mtrs.
£10.25
8.00
Amsonia 'Blue Ice'
Blue Star
 1.4Lt
Attractive hybrid with heads of starry, periwinkle like palest sky-blue flowers from inky blue buds, held in domed heads;- mid to late summer. Willowy, erect stems with narrow leaves. Easy in well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 45
£4.95
11.00
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
2.00
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
6.00
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.
£6.95
15.00
Amsonia tabernaemontana
Blue Star
 1.4Lt
Rare N.American native. From a stout rootstock arise erect stems with lance-shaped, grey-green leaves topped by starry clusters of periwinkle-like, POWDER-BLUE flowers; April to July. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun. 60x45cm.
£4.95
10.00
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
11.00
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
2.00
Anaphalis triplinervis (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Sliver, mat forming evergreen with basal clumps of elliptic, heavily white felted leaves. Flattened heads of chaffy white flowers, which almost become dried on the plant, from mid to late summer. One of the few silver leaved plants tolerant of dry shade. although adaptable to any soil. (7-9) 60cm.
£4.75
7.00
Anchusa azurea 'Dropmore'
Alkanet
 1Lt
Heavily arching branched spikes of small, DEEP GENTIAN-BLUE, forget-me-not flowers; early summer. Reliable old hybrid with large, coarse, bristly, deep green leaves. Best in full sun in well drained soil. 90x60cm.
£3.99
11.00
Anchusa azurea 'Opal'
Bugloss
 2Lt
Upright borage-like plant with bold, branching flower spikes of a pleasing LIGHT BLUE. Well drained soil in sun. 90x60cm. Flowers: May-June
£6.45
1.00
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
5.00
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.
£5.50
14.00
Anemone 'Dreaming Swan'
Windflower
 1.4Lt
Selected from 'Wild Swan' this is more vigorous & upright, closer to x hybrida. Cup-shaped pure white flowers are initially single, becoming semi-double as the season progresses with a steely, metallic-blue back. Flowers June to October. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-10) 50x50cm.
£5.50
2.00
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.
£5.50
5.00
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.
£4.75
3.00
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.
£4.75
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
1.00
Anemone hupehensis japonica 'Bressingham Glow' (AGM)
Japanese Anemone
 1.4Lt
Branched, upright stems topped with large, almost FULLY DOUBLE, RICH DEEP-PINK flowers. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 75x60cms. Flowers: August-October.
£4.70
1.00
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.
£4.75
6.00
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.
£4.75
5.00
Anemone multifida 'Rubra'
Windflower
 1.4Lt
Clusters of small, cup-shaped, pinky red flowers; June & July. A tufted perennial for the front of the border or rockery. Clumps of narrow toothed leaves are slightly hairy. Well drained soil in sun. 30x30cm.
£4.75
5.00
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
1.00
Anemone nemorosa 'Royal Blue'
Wood Anemone
 1Lt
Slow rhizomatous clump former with delicate, deeply cut, basal leaves which appear in spring with the star-like ROYAL BLUE flowers. Summer dormant. Leafy, woodland soil in dappled shade. 10x45cm.
£4.45
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
4.00
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.
£4.75
6.00
Anemone 'Ruffled Swan'
Anemone
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.50
14.00
Anemone 'Ruffled Swan'
Anemone
 2Lt
£6.45
1.00
Anemone sylvestris
Snowdrop Windflower
 1.4Lt
A beautiful variety with fragrant, nodding, satiny, PURE WHITE flowers with a central boss of yellow stamens; May to July. White, woolly seed heads. Grows best in a shady position in moist soil. 45x30cms.
£4.75
4.00
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.
£4.75
7.00
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
1.00
Anemone x hybrida
Japanese Anemone
 2Lt
Cup-shaped soft pink flowers with yellow stamens, held on heavily branched stems. Palmate, toothed mid-green leaves. Can spread when happy. Moist, fertile, humus rich soil in sun or part shade. (7-10) 120cm.
£6.95
5.00
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.
£4.75
1.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Lady Gilmour'
Japanese Anemone
 1.4Lt
syn. 'Crispa'. Old variety, grown chiefly for it's amazingly crisped, rather parsley-like, foliage. Single, bowl-shaped, soft pink flowers in autumn. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (8-10) 100x45cm.
£4.75
6.00
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.
£4.75
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.
£4.75
6.00
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
2.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Pretty Lady Susan'
Japanese Anemone
 2Lt
£6.85
1.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Richard Ahrens'
Japanese Anemone
 1.4Lt
Quite unusual form with SEMI-DOUBLE, DEEP PINK cup-shaped flowers. Strong grower for well drained soil in sun or part shade. 110cms. Flowers: August-October.
£4.95
5.00
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+.
£4.50
5.00
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.
£4.75
7.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Whirlwind'
Japanese Anemone
 1.4Lt
Branched heads of WHITE, SEMI-DOUBLE flowers over clumps of 3-lobed dark green leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. Ht:80cms. Flowers: August-October.
£4.95
8.00
Anemonella thalictroides
 1.4Lt
Small, clump forming, tuberous perennial with ferny, blue green leaves. Clusters of anemone-like, cup shaped, white flowers in spring and early summer. Requires a fertile, humus rich, retentive soil in part shade. 10cm x 10cm+
£4.95
6.00
Anemonella thalictroides 'Rosea'
Rue Anemone
 1.4Lt
Slow colony-forming plant with finely divided, deeply lobed, olive-green leaves. Umbels of blush pink flowers are carried in a ruff of leaves on slender stems. Dies down quickly. Humus rich, moisture retentive soil in shade. Tricky. Spring. 15cm
£4.75
6.00
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
£7.50
10.00
Angelica 'Ebony'
Angelica
 2Lt
Striking foliage plant forming mounds of deeply cut, darkest plum purple, almost black leaves. Branched stems carry flattened heads of pink buds, fading almost to white ;- Summer. easy in any soil, colouring best in sun. (6-8) 100cm.
£6.95
6.00
Angelica pachycarpa
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
1.00
Anthemis punctata cupaniana (AGM)
Dog Daisy
 1.4Lt
Dense silvery mats spread freely and are smothered by yellow eyed, white daisies; May & June. Useful edging plant for well drained soil in sun. 30x90cms.
£4.75
4.00
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.
£4.75
28.00
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
1.00
Anthemis tinctoria 'Sauce Hollandaise'
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
4.00
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.
£4.75
7.00
Anthericum liliago
St. Bernard's Lily
 1.4Lt
A clump-forming perennial with grassy foliage & clusters of WHITE, trumpet-shaped flowers & ornamental seed pods. Fertile soil in sun. 60x30cm. Flowers: May-June. Very slow to maturity.
£4.75
11.00
Anthericum ramosum
St.Bernard's Lily
 1.4Lt
White, starry flowers are produced in much branched, airy spikes - similar to Gypsophila. Easy, perennial, clump-former with tufts of grassy leaves. Any fertile soil in sun. 90x30cm. Flowers: July-August.
£4.75
6.00
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
Aquilegia 'Blue Star' (Star Series)
Granny's Bonnet
 1Lt
Large flowers with a white trumpet & long, reflexed, BLUE, swept-back petals; early summer. Lobed, grey-green basal leaves. Ordinary retentive soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cm.
£3.99
1.00
Aquilegia vulgaris alba
Granny's Bonnet
 1Lt
Bushy, clump forming perennial with branching stems carrying nodding, large white flowers with reflexed spurs, freely borne during April & May. Grey-green leaves. Retentive, rich soil in sun or shade. 75x45cm.
£3.99
1.00
Aquilegia vulgaris stellata 'Black Barlow'
Columbine
 1Lt
Fully double, spurless, deep purple almost black, quilted petals; late spring & early summer. Glaucous leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm.
£3.99
1.00
Aquilegia vulgaris stellata 'Rose Barlow'
Columbine
 1Lt
Branched stems, with nodding, fully double, dusky rose flowers in late spring. Lobed, green leaves. Breeds reasonably true from seed, but there could be some variation. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (4-6) 70cm.
£3.99
1.00
Aquilegia 'White Star' (Star Series)
Granny's Bonnets
 1Lt
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.
£3.99
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.
£4.70
6.00
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
8.00
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
1.00
Arisaema ringens
Cobra Lily
 2Lt
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
£8.95
1.00
Artemisia abrotanum 'Coca Cola'
Southernwood
 1.4Lt
Woody based sub-shrub with very fine, needle like intensely silver grey leaves with a strong Artemisia scent & strangely reminiscent of coca-cola. Airy silver flowerheads in summer add little. Best in a light, rather poor soil in sun. (6-8) 60cm.
£4.75
10.00
Artemisia absinthium 'Lambrook Mist' (AGM)
Absinthe
 1.4Lt
Beautiful woody based perennial making a mound of feathery, finely divided, soft, misty grey-green leaves; highly aromatic. Insignifiocant grey flowers on long branched spikes in summer. Well drained soil in sun. 75x100
£4.80
6.00
Artemisia alba 'Canescens' AGM)
Wormwood
 1.4Lt
Fine, lacy-filigree, bright silver-grey foliage produced in curling whorls up the stems. Rarely flowers. Beautiful, low, ground cover looking really good beneath roses. Gritty well drained soil in sun. 45x45cm.
£4.75
3.00
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 ludoviciana 'Silver Queen' (AGM)
White Sage
 1.4Lt
Clumps of erect stems clothed in silvery-white, willow-like leaves with jagged margins. Slender plumes of small, silver-grey flowers; July to August. Well drained soil in full sun. 90x60cm.
£4.75
1.00
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.
£4.75
10.00
Artemisia schmidtiana 'Nana' (AGM)
 2Lt
£6.95
1.00
Arum italicum italicum 'Marmoratum' (AGM)
Lords & Ladies
 1.4Lt
(syn. A.italicum pictum) Glossy spear-shaped leaves are marbled grey & cream. Greenish-white spathes in spring are followed by orange berries. Fertile moist soil in light shade. 45x30cms.
£4.75
5.00
Aruncus aethusifolius
Goat's Beard
 1.4Lt
Low dense clumps of finely-cut, fresh green leaves on reddish stems. Feathery heads of Astilbe-like, small, fluffy, creamy-white flowers in June & July fading chestnut in autumn. Foliage turns red in winter. Moist soil in sun or shade. 30x30cm.
£4.75
11.00
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
2.00
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
5.00
Aruncus dioicus (AGM)
Goat's Beard
 1.4Lt
Elegant, stately perennial with great PLUMES OF IVORY-WHITE FLOWERS over hummocks of broad, fern-like leaves. Seed heads are useful for drying. Any reasonably enriched soil in sun or shade. 2.0x1.2m. Flowers: June-July.
£4.75
3.00
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
14.00
Asarum delavayi -giant
 1.4Lt
Selected larger leaved form of this Chinese species, found at Edgecombe Gardens in the USA. Semi-evergreen , large, heart-shaped leathery leaves, attractively mottled silver. The new growth in spring is a pale green. Pitcher shaped brown flowers nestle at the base of the stems in spring. Woodland soil in shade. Beware slugs. (2-4) 15cm.
£5.50
7.00
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
15.00
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
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.
£9.15
13.00
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
6.00
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
Asplenium ebenoides (AGM)
Dragon tail Fern
 1.4Lt
Thought to be a hybrid of the Walking stick fern, this semi-evergreen rhizomatous fern with long narrow, tapering, glossy green fronds with saw toothed pinnate, making it very distinct. Forms a small clump to 30cm tall in a retentive soil in part or full shade. From Eastern USA. 30x60cm.
£6.75
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.
£4.75
3.00
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.
£5.00
3.00
Aster asperulus
 2Lt
A rarely available species of Aster recently introduced native to the Himalayas. A low growing, well branched, sturdy bushy mound of large, mildew resistant, heart-shaped green leaves & sprays of good-sized, narrow petalled, mauve-blue daisies; late summer and autumn. Excellent front of a border or mixed container perennial. Retentive, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 30cms+
£6.95
1.00
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
2.00
Aster divaricatus
 2Lt
(syn. A.corymbosus) One of Gertrude Jekyll's favourites. Slightly floppy but the black branching stems carry CLOUDS OF SMALL WHITE DAISIES. Not prone to mildew. Fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cms. Flowers: August-September.
£6.35
3.00
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
£4.50
6.00
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
5.00
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.
£6.45
2.00
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
1.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Barr's Purple
New England Aster
 2Lt
Compact heads of medium-sized purple daisies with a yellow eye, held on stout stems in autumn. Pairs of simple, elliptic leaves are not prone to mildew. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 120cm.
£6.45
8.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Harrington's Pink' (AGM)
New England Aster
 2Lt
Tall stems topped with sprays of daisy-like CLEAR ROSE-PINK flowers over a long period giving good late season colour. Reliable and good for cutting. Any reasonable soil in a sunny position. Ht:120cms. Flowers:Aug-Oct.
£6.45
2.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Herbstschnee'
New England Aster
 2Lt
Stout stems with clusters of semi-double white flowers with a yellow eye late in the season. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 150cm. (8-10)
£6.45
5.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Purple Dome'
New England Aster
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
1.00
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
1.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Marie Ballard'
Michaelmas Daisy
 2Lt
Massed with heads of fully double, pale blue daisies not showing any yellow at the eye; July-September. Reliable clump-former with many upright, stif stems. Fertile, moist yet drained soil in sun - best in an open position. Ht: 90cms.
£6.35
2.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Patricia Ballard'
New England Aster
 2Lt
A profusion of single lilac-pink flowers on this taller cultivar in autumn often through to the frosts. The older forms are a little prone to mildew but worth the effort. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (8-11) 75cm.
£6.35
10.00
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
1.00
Aster novi-belgii 'White Ladies'
Michaelmas Daisy
 2Lt
Stiff stems topped by LARGE, SINGLE WHITE daisies with a yellow eye; September & October. For a fertile retentive soil in sun or part shade. 120x45cm.
£6.45
4.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Winston S. Churchill'
Michaelmas Daisy
 2Lt
Double dark red flowers with a golden eye in late summer & autumn. Good clump former. Moist, fertile yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cm.
£6.45
6.00
Aster oblongifolius 'October Skies'
Asteraceae
 2Lt
Shorter, bushier form of 'Raydon's Favourite'. Dense mounds of narrow leaves are smothered in a profusion of lavender-blue flowers in mid autumn. Easily grown even in poor dry soil in shade. Best in retentive soil in sun. (8-10) 30cm.
£6.45
9.00
Aster 'Photograph' (AGM)
Aster
 2Lt
cordifolius hybrid with large, elliptic bronze flushed leaves. Clouds of small lavender daisies with the eyes turning burgundy on maturity;- late summer. Mildew free variety for well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 100cm.
£6.45
12.00
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
4.00
Aster tataricus 'Jindai'
Tartarian Aster
 2Lt
Very unusual Aster with large (2ft) upward facing huge leaves. Erect stems witjh compound heads of small lilac-pink daisies much earlier than most Asters, usually in July & August. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 150cm.
£6.35
8.00
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.
£4.75
1.00
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.
£6.95
1.00
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.
£4.75
7.00
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
1.00
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
1.00
Astilbe 'Beauty Of Lisse' (x arendsii)
False Spiraea
 1.4Lt
interesting foliage variety with the divided leaves an unusual lime yellow, having a fine red edge when cold. More green at flowering. Large plumes of dusky pink flowers in summer. Best in a retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-7) 55cm.
£4.65
5.00
Astilbe 'Bressingham Beauty' (x arendsii)
 2Lt
Wiry stems bearing long, feathery plumes of RICH-PINK; free flowering. Ruddy-brown seed heads through winter. Basal clumps of ferny foliage. Moist, even boggy, rich soil in sun or part shade. 90cms. Flowers: June-August.
£6.45
2.00
Astilbe 'Deutschland' (japonica x)
( x japonica)
 2Lt
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
£6.45
11.00
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 'Federsee' (x arendsii)
False Spiraea
 2Lt
syn.Catherine Deneuve. Airy, fluffy plumes of rose-pink flowers on erect stems in late summer. Mounds of deeply cut, bronze flushed leaves, especially when young. Retentive or moist soil in sun. (6-8) 60cm.
£6.45
6.00
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
1.00
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
5.00
Astilbe 'Rheinland' (japonica x) (AGM)
 2Lt
Upright panicles of rich pink flowers; throughout summer. Clump forming perennial with basal clumps of ferny, mid-green foliage. Humus-rich, moist or boggy soil in full sun. Ht: 45cms.
£6.45
9.00
Astilbe 'Snowdrift' (x arendsii)
 2Lt
Upright, wiry stems with plumes of clear-white flowers followed by ruddy-brown seed heads through winter. Basal clumps of ferny foliage. Best in moist, rich soil in sun or part shade. 60cms. Flowers: June-August.
£6.45
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.
£5.95
6.00
Astrantia major
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
Wiry, well branched stems topped with heads of papery, GREENISH-WHITE or pink flowers with a pale green collar'; August to October. Good, dense basal clumps of divided foliage. Any reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cms.
£4.75
3.00
Astrantia major 'Abbey Road'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
Strong growing umbellifer with large, deep, purple-red flowers, held on purple-black stems throughout summer. Colour holds best in light shade. Basal mounds of black tinged, divided leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (5-9) 60cm.
£4.95
3.00
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
3.00
Astrantia major 'Gill Richardson'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
One of the most vigorous crimson flowered forms. Basal clumps of large, divided, dark-green leaves. Well branched stems with small, pincushion like, dusky crimson flowers throughout summer. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (5-7) 75cm.
£5.50
16.00
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
6.00
Astrantia major 'Red Joyce'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
Bushy, clump forming perennial with branching stems carrying posy-like, dark crimson-red flowers, opening from black flushed buds from early to late summer. Clumps of divided leaves are strongly flushed maroon-black. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 45x45cm.
£5.50
5.00
Astrantia major 'Ruby Giant'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
Slow growing, clump forming masterwort with divided, glossy leaves & dark stems carry deep crimson-red large flowers with matching spikey bracts, borne from late spring, well into summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. The largest of the reds. 60x50cm. (5-8)
£5.50
3.00
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
1.00
Astrantia major 'White Giant'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
Taller variety bearing a profusion of greenish-white flowers with a ruff of white tipped green bracts.; mid summer. Slender, well branched stems & dark green serrated leaves. Retentive yet drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cms.
£5.50
1.00
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
5.00
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.
£6.95
2.00
Astrantia 'Star of Passion'
Masterwort
 1.4Lt
Short, low compact form with good sized silver-grey flowers with striking burgundy tips & reverses to the petals from mid spring, through summer. Shorter stems with maple-shaped bright green leaves. Best in a retentive soil in sun or shade. ((5-8) 45cm.
£4.95
6.00
Astrantia 'Superstar'
Masterwort
1.5lt
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.
£6.95
2.00
Athyrium niponicum pictum 'Silver Falls' (AGM)
Japanese Painted Fern
 1.4Lt
Creeping, rhizomatous deciduous fern with slim fronds almost entirely silver, with burgundy markings down the central vein. The new growth emerges burgundy. Best in a sheltered spot in a retentive soil in part or full shade. 45cm.
£5.95
11.00
Ballota pseudodictamnus dwarf B&M8119
False Dittany
 2Lt
A dwarf form of this small sub-shrub, collected on Crete by Chris Brickell. Erect, white felted stems have opposite pairs of green very woolly leaves. Terminal whorls of green inflated bracts from which peep small lilac flowers, during summer. Gritty, free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 20x60cm.
£9.95
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
6.00
Baptisia 'Blue Towers'
False Indigo
 2Lt
Majestic, clump forming, back of border perennial. Stiff, towering stems lthe top 50cms lined with aromatic, large, pea-like, blue-purple flowers; May-July. Soft green foliage. Requires a free draining, fertile soil in sun or part shade. To: 1.2m
£6.45
11.00
Baptisia 'Blueberry Sundae'
False Indigo
 1.4Lt
(Decadence Series) Compact form with erect spikes of pea like, vibrant blueberry-purple flowers with a creamy keel, during summer, followed by curved black seed pods. Glaucous stems with palmate, silver-glaucous leaves. Initially slow. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 80cm.
£5.50
3.00
Baptisia 'Carolina Moonlight'
Redneck Lupine
 1.4Lt
alba x sphaerocarpa. Slow growing lupin relative with spaced spikes of soft butter-yellow flowers over mounds of divided grey-green leaves;- midsummer. Long lived & easy in a hot, dry spot. Ht to 100cm.
£5.50
8.00
Baptisia 'Chocolate Chip'
Redneck Lupine
 1.4Lt
£4.75
9.00
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
3.00
Baptisia 'Lemon Meringue'
Redneck Lupine
 1.4Lt
(Decadence Series) Beautiful, tall erect spikes of bright lemon-yellow pea-like flowers throughout summer. They are held in black bracts on dark stems. Clumps of trifoliate, soft-green leaves. Curved black seed pods in autumn. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-9) 90cm.
£5.50
1.00
Baptisia x variicolor 'Twilite' (Prairieblues Series)
False Indigo
 1.4Lt
(Prairie Blues Series) syn. Twilite Prairie Blues'. australis x sphaerocarpa. Slow growing Lupin relative with spikes of dusky brown-purple, pea-like flowers with a lemon keel, mid to late summer followed by black seed pods. Dry soil in sun. 120cm eventually.
£5.50
2.00
Begonia 'Wavy Green'
Begonia
 1.4Lt
A Michael Wickenden collection from NE India and similar to 'Mishmi Silver' in the shape of the leaves and the prostrate habit, though the leaves are plain green with a wavy red tinged edge. White flowers in summer. 30cm tall. Hardiness unknown, so experiment if you like, or over-winter it inside. (7-9) 25cm.
£5.95
5.00
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
4.00
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+.
£6.95
13.00
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 '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
9.00
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
1.00
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
2.00
Bergenia 'Overture'
Elephant's Ears
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
9.00
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
6.00
Bergenia 'Pink Dragonfly'
Elephant's Ears
 2Lt
New hybrid with small to medium sized, spathe-shaped leaves, taking on rich burgundy-red autumn colour. Warm pink flowers fade even paler during late winter & early spring. Any soil in sun or shade. (2-4) 30cm.
£6.45
3.00
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
1.00
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
1.00
Bergenia 'Spring Fling'
Elephant Eras
 2Lt
Great new, compact hybrid producing multiple, upright stems lined with magenta-pink flowers; March-April. Attractive to bees etc. Mounds of rounded, leathery, green, glossy, evergreen leaves turning purple-black in winter. Adaptable to almost any aspect in a reasonably drained, fertile soil. 30x45cms.
£6.45
1.00
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
4.00
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
15.00
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
2.00
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
2.00
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
4.00
Boltonia asteroides latisquama 'Snowbank'
Starwort
 2Lt
Tall, stiffly erect, back of the border daisy with clouds of starry white daisies in profusion during late summer & autumn. Narrow grey-green leaves. Does not need staking. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-10) 150cm.
£6.35
10.00
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
16.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Diane's Gold'
Brunnera
 1.4Lt
Small, neat growing form with neatly pointed heart-shaped chartreuse-gold leaves, more burnished in sun. Sprays of small, sky-blue forget-me-not flowers on branched stems;- spring. Excellent ground cover for not too dry soil in part shade. (3-5) 30cm.
£5.00
1.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Emerald Mist'
Brunnera
 1.4Lt
Sport from 'Langtrees' with the heart shaped soft green leaves having a band of large silver blotches. Sprading stems with sprays of small sky blue flowers in spring. Retentive, woodland soil in part or full shade. (4-6) 30cm.
£5.00
2.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack's Gold'
Brunnera
 1.4Lt
A small, slow growing, clump forming perennial with basal rosettes of pointed, heart-shaped, soft green leaves, covered in a strong gold wash & a silver veined overlay. Short, branching stems carry small, cup-=shaped, pale-blue flowers, during spring. Best in a woodland soil in part or full shade. 15x35cm. (3-5)
£5.75
3.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'King's Ransom'
Brunnera
 1.4Lt
Sport from Jack Frost' with the heart shaped leaves entirely suffused silver with a prominent gold rim in spring. Sprays of small forget-me-not sky blue flowers; March & April. Good ground cover, even tolerant of dry shade. (3-4) 30cm,
£5.00
2.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Little Jack'
 2Lt
Exactly what says, a small version of 'Jack Frost'. Tight rosettes of tapering, heart-shaped, intensely silver leaves with fine green veining. Branching sprays of small tiny blue flowers with the new growth during spring. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (3-5) 20x45cm.
£6.95
3.00
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
5.00
Calamintha nepeta glandulosa 'White Cloud'
Mint Bush
 1.4Lt
Small deciduous edging perennial with woody stems carrying hightly aromatic, mint scented small hairy leaves. Narrow, airy spikes of small, two lipped tiny white flowers over a long period in summer, much loved by insects & bees. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-9) 30cm,
£4.50
8.00
Calamintha nepeta nepeta
Mint Bush
 1.4Lt
A lovely little dense, bushy, aromatic plant with a minty odour when crushed. Covered in a profusion of tiny thyme-like, LILAC-BLUE flowers, beloved by bees, late summer. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 30cms.
£4.50
7.00
Caltha palustris (AGM)
Kingcup
 1.4Lt
Familiar native waterside plant with sprays of shiny, golden-yellow flowers in spring. Rich, very moist soil in sun or part shade. 30x30cms. Flowers: April-May
£4.35
1.00
Caltha palustris (AGM)
Kingcup
 2Lt
£5.75
6.00
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
7.00
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
2.00
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
1.00
Camassia leichtlinii 'Alba'
 2Lt
Bulbous plant from N.America with unique long, slender spires of starry white blooms from a rosette of long, lance shaped, lax leaves; April - May. Enriched, reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 100x30cms. BULBS ARE EXTREMELY POISONOUS!
£6.95
1.00
Camassia leichtlinii leichtlini (AGM)
Camass
 3Lt
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.
£6.95
10.00
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
2.00
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
6.00
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.
£4.75
18.00
Campanula alliariifolia
Bellflower
 1Lt
£3.99
10.00
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
17.00
Campanula carpatica 'Blaue Clips'
Tussock Bellflower
 1.4Lt
Large, flared, bell-shaped, blue flowers freely produced in late summer. Dense mats of creeping evergreen foliage. Good rockery or edging perennial. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 30x30cm.
£3.99
15.00
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
3.00
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
2.00
Campanula 'Iridescent Bells'
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
Bushy, medium sized perennial, almost continuously in flower. Widely flared, bell shaped violet buds open to silky, soft lavender flowers throughout summer. Toothed leaves reminiscent of punctata. Light, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (5-9) 75cm.
£4.75
10.00
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.
£4.75
10.00
Campanula lactiflora 'Prichard's Variety' (AGM)
Bellflower
 1.4Lt
Fine hardy perennial with stout stems carrying branching heads full of VIOLET-BLUE bell-flowers; May-August. May need staking if exposed. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. 120x60cms.
£4.75
23.00
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.
£4.75
1.00
Campanula latiloba 'Ivory Towers'
Campanulaceae
 1.4Lt
£4.75
5.00
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
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
4.00
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
1.00
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
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.
£4.75
15.00
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
6.00
Canna 'Velvet Red'
Indian Shot
 3Lt
Large, robust, strong growing half hardy perennial with stout purple stems having huge, paddle-shaped, rich bonze-purple, glossy, strongly veined leaves. Clusters of bright crimson-red flowers are held in terminal spikes from midsummer to the frosts. Ideal for pots & borders but protect tubers in winter. (6-10) 180x80cm.
£13.90
6.00
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
5.00
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
10.00
Cardamine digitata
Richardson's Bittercress
 1.4Lt
Rare species from Eastern USA with heads of simple, four petalled widely trumpet shaped, soft pink purple flowers as the leaves emerge in spring. The push through the ground with a bronze tinge & are finely pinnate. Cool, moist, woodland soil in part shade. (3-4)35cm
£5.35
1.00
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
6.00
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.
£5.50
16.00
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
5.00
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
2.00
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
5.00
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
1.00
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
6.00
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
1.00
Centaurea cf. carniolica SDR 5443
Cornflower
 1.4Lt
Not totally sure of the ID on this one. Low spreading stems with narrow grey-green leaves & medium sized multi-layered soft pink cornflowers during mid to late summer. Good for the rockery or edger. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 20x30cm.
£4.95
4.00
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.
£6.45
10.00
Centaurea dealbata 'Steenbergii'
Knapweed or Star Thi
 2Lt
Quick spreading perennial cornflower. Finely divided light green leaves. Each stem carries 1-3 RICH CARMINE-LILAC thistle-like flowers; June to August. Good, drained soil in sun. 90x60cms.
£6.45
9.00
Centaurea 'John Coutts'
Perennial Cornflower
 2Lt
CLEAR PINK cornflowers on stiff, wiry stems; May to August. Non-invasive runner' with long, deeply lobed leaves soft green above & grey white beneath. Well drained soil in sun. 60cms.
£6.50
5.00
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
2.00
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
4.00
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
1.00
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
1.00
Centaurea nigra
 1.4Lt
£4.35
8.00
Centranthus ruber coccineus
Red Valerian
 1.4Lt
Well branched heads of small, deep, pink-red flowers freely produced; June to September. Fleshy blue-grey leaves & stems. Self seeds. Well drained soil in sun. 75x45cms.
£4.50
18.00
Cephalaria gigantea
Yellow Scabious
 2Lt
Like a giant scabious. Forms clumps of large, green, jagged leaves. Wiry stems carry large PRIMROSE-YELLOW pincushions; May to July. Ordinary soil in sun.180x120cm.
£5.99
8.00
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
3.00
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
5.00
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
2.00
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 '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
7.00
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.
£6.45
12.00
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
2.00
Chrysanthemum 'Bronze Elegance
Hardy Perennial Chrysanth
 1.4Lt
A dense bushy plant with LIGHT BRONZE POM-POMS freely produced. Fertile soil in sun. 90x60cms. Flowers: September-October.
£4.95
8.00
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
2.00
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.
£4.95
13.00
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
9.00
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
5.00
Chrysanthemum 'Goldengreenheart'
Hardy Chrysanthemum
 1.4Lt
Rather unusual hybrid with pale peachy-orange flowers, usually semi-double with rounded petals. The yellow eye unusually ages a lime green. Flowers September & October. Grey-green, round lobed leaves. Light, free draining soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (9-10) 50cm.
£4.95
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.
£6.95
3.00
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
3.00
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
4.00
Chrysanthemum 'Peterkin'
Perennial Chrysanthemum
 2Lt
£6.45
1.00
Chrysanthemum 'Uri'
Hardy Chrysanthemum
 1.4Lt
Bred by Woolman's, this unusual hybrid has semi-double watermelon coloured dusky reddish-pink flowers around a cream eye ;- September & October. Grey-green lobed leaves. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. (9-10) 60cm.
£4.95
7.00
Chrysogonum virginianum
Goldenstar
 1.4Lt
Easily grown edger growing well even in quite deep shade. Radiating stems with sprays of narrow petalled, rich gold flowers over a long period from May to July. Pointed, oval leaves. Best in a retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. From Eastern USA. (5-7)
£4.75
3.00
Cichorium intybus album
Chicory
 2Lt
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.
£5.30
3.00
Cirsium 'Mount Etna'
Mount Etna Thistle
 1.4Lt
An attractive, as yet unidentified thistle collected on Mt. Etna with showy, flattened heads of creamy white flowers with protruding pink filaments, held in spiny bracts;- midsummer. Basal rosettes of spiny leaves. Well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 75cm.
£4.75
6.00
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
9.00
Cirsium rivulare 'Trevor's Blue Wonder'
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.75
7.00
Clematis 'Mrs. Robert Brydon' (H)
Herbaceous Clematis
 3Lt
Clusters of white, hyacinth-like flowers with a blue tinge & prominent white stamens, July-September. Prune hard late February. Semi-herbaceous habit needing support. Any aspect. Ht: 1.2-1.8m
£11.25
2.00
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 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
4.00
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
4.00
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
1.00
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
1.00
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
2.00
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
5.00
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
3.00
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
2.00
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
2.00
Corydalis cheilanthifolia
 1.4Lt
Tufts of finely dissected, slightly smokey grey green leaves taking on pink & bronze autumnal hues. Short spikes of cigar-shaped,,BUTTER YELLOW, downward pointing flowers in late spring. Well drained humus rich soil in part shade. 30x45cm.
£4.50
8.00
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
2.00
Corydalis flexuosa 'Porcelain Blue'
 1.4Lt
Charming 'woodlander' bearing racemes of slender, tubular, vibrant aqua blue flowers in spring. Mounds of ferny, blue green tinged bronze leaves. For a retentive, humus rich soil in cool, part shade. 30cms.
£4.75
12.00
Corydalis flexuosa 'Purple Leaf' CD&R 528a
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
6.00
Corydalis flexuosa 'Purple Leaf' CD&R 528a
 1Lt
£3.99
3.00
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
2.00
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
15.00
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
7.00
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
8.00
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
10.00
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
2.00
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.
£4.95
11.00
Crocosmia 'Ministar'
Montbretia
 2Lt
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.
£6.75
1.00
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 '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
1.00
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
3.00
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
2.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Babylon'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
Showy new hybrid with arching spikes of tubular, ORANGE FLOWERS DEEPENING TO RED AT THE THROAT; late summer. Robust fans of narrow lance shaped leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cm.
£4.75
8.00
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
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.
£4.95
5.00
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 'Columbus'
Montbretia
 2Lt
Sprays of flat, bright golden-yellow flowers, slightly deeper in the throat. Upright clumps of bright-gren, sword-like foliage. Good for cutting. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 80cm (6-8)
£6.95
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.
£4.75
12.00
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.
£4.95
4.00
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
2.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Polo'
Montbretia
 2Lt
Arching spikes flat, widely flated soft orange flowers flushed cream, with a pale yellow throat & a deep orange ring in late summer. Fans of narrow fresh green leaves. Slowly spreads by corms. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
£6.95
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
7.00
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
3.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Zeal Tan'
Montbretia
 1.4Lt
From the same breeding programme as 'Lucifer' this has sprays of good sized rich intense dark red flowers with an orange flush & a small yellow eye;- mid to late summer. Light pleated leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 90cm.
£4.75
1.00
Cynara cardunculus (AGM)
Cardoon
 2Lt
Feature plant making clumps of huge, silver grey leaves with lance-shaped segments. Stiff, upright, branched, grey-woolly stems carry large, edible, thistle-like, purple flower heads all summer - remove these if you want better foliage! Well drained soil in sun. 1.5x1.2m.
£6.95
9.00
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
4.00
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
8.00
Dahlia 'Cafe au Lait'
Dahlia
 2Lt
Cactus-flowered variety with unusual soft coffee-cream flowers with a pink flush; June until frosts. Humus-rich, retentive, fertile soil in sun. Lift and store tubers in frost-free conditions in autumn. Ht: 90cms.
£8.50
3.00
Dahlia 'Cafe au Lait'
Dahlia
 3Lt
£8.50
6.00
Dahlia 'David Howard' (AGM)
(Decorative miniature)
 2Lt
Large, semi-double, fragrant, BURNT ORANGE flowers freely produced against contrasting mounds of smokey-brown foliage; July into September. Not reliably hardy - lift & store tubers in autumn. Fertile soil in sun. 90x60cm.
£6.45
2.00
Dahlia 'Fleurel'
Large decorative
 3Lt
(Large decorative) A profusion of large,(up to 20cm) spectacular white flowers with a touch of ivory at the base of their petals; July till frosts . Perfect for cutting. Rich, fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade.1.2m
£8.50
1.00
Dahlia merckii
Dahlia
 2Lt
Slender fleshy stems topped by clusters of small, single, LILAC FLOWERS with yellow stamens; all summer & autumn. Elegant parent of many of modern hybrids. Hardier than many hybrids but may need winter protection. 120x60cm.
£7.50
14.00
Dalea candida
 1.4Lt
£5.35
8.00
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
2.00
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
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
4.00
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
£5.50
10.00
Delphinium Cameliard Group
(Pacfific Giant)
 2Lt
Magnificent spires of clear, lavender blue flowers with a white bee. Stately plants for the back of border. Enriched, moisture retentive soil in sun or part shade. 1.8m (6-7)
£5.50
1.00
Delphinium 'Faust' (AGM)
Larkspur
 2Lt
Outstanding older cultivar, with densely packed spikes of rich, indigo blue flowers, with a black bee, during midsummer. Cuttings raised, not seed, so giving far superior plants. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 150cm.
£5.50
11.00
Delphinium Guinevere Group
(Pacific Giant)
 2Lt
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
£5.45
1.00
Delphinium 'Gute Nacht'
Larkspur
 2Lt
syn. 'Good Night'. Spikes of semi double rich violet-purple flowers with pink highlights. White 'bee'. Flowers midsummer. An old Karl foerster hybrid for a retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 180cm.
£6.95
11.00
Delphinium 'Highlander Crystal Delight'
Larkspur
 2Lt
This series, bred by Tony Coakley in Scotland are remarkable for their spikes of double, if not triple, frilly flowers with soft lavender pink outer petals, suffused cream inside & jade-green centre petals. flowers midsummer. Basal clumps of divided leaves. Surprisingly good garden plants. (6-8) 75cm.
£5.50
12.00
Delphinium hotulae
Larkspur
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
2.00
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.
£6.95
12.00
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
1.00
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
2.00
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
4.00
Dictamnus albus
Burning Bush
 1.4Lt
Slow clump former with erect spikes of elegant WHITE blooms with long stamens in early summer. When the seed pods ripen, they give off a volatile oil which can be ignited on hot days. Lemony aromatic leaves. Fertile soil in sun. 90x60cm.
£4.75
8.00
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 pulcherrimum album
Snowbells
 1.4Lt
synSnowbells'. The sought after white form of this pondside S.African, with narrow fans of upright leaves. Arching sprays of hanging bell shaped white flowers from silvery, papery calyces during midsummer. Retentive, yet well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 90cm.
£5.50
6.00
Dierama robustum
Wand Flower
 1.4Lt
Bold, more robust species, for a sheltered spot, with variably coloured flowers, from white, pink to purple, held in [pendulous, silvery bracts in summer. Bulbous, with narrow fans of upright leaves. retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 140cm.
£5.99
7.00
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
1.00
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.
£4.75
7.00
Digitalis lanata (AGM)
Perennial Foxglove
 1.4Lt
Slender, erect spires of narrow, tubular, CREAMY-YELLOW PURPLE-TINTED FLOWERS WITH A LARGE WHITE LIP; May-June. A very unusual hardy, perennial foxglove from E.Europe with rosettes of evergreen leaves. Fertile well drained soil. 60x30cms.
£4.50
1.00
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.
£4.50
10.00
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
7.00
Disporum flavens
Yellow fairy Bells
 2Lt
Stiff, arching stems arise in spring lined with apple-green leaves. Some 2 weeks later spectacular, drooping, bell shaped, yellow flowers emerge along the stems. Black berries in late summer. Slow clump former for woodland, part to full shade in humus rich, retentive soil. To: 75x45cms. Native to N Korea.
£6.95
5.00
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
4.00
Disporum viridescens
Fairy Lanterns
 2Lt
Delicate Asian species with arching stems having nodding, narrowly bell-shaped white flowers with a gren tinge in late pring followed by blue fruit which age black. Retentive, well drained soil in part or full shade. (5-6) 50cm.
£6.95
5.00
Dodecatheon meadia album (AGM)
Shooting Star
 1.4Lt
Stout, fleshy stems topped by arching stalks ending in very attractive, WHITE, cyclamen-like flowers. Basal clusters of glossy, brownish leaves. Humus-rich, damp soil in part shade. 25cms. Flowers: May-June.
£4.70
8.00
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
1.00
Dracocephalum argunense 'Blue Carpet'
A bushy, clump former the semi prostrate stems bearing whorls of dragon head like, lipped, blue-violet flowers; July-August. Prefers a sunny to partially shaded spot in a free draining yet retentive soil. Excellent path edger, rockery plant.
£4.75
12.00
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
5.00
Dracunculus canariensis
Dragon Arum
 2Lt
£6.45
6.00
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
1.00
Echinacea 'Green Jewel'
Coneflower
 1.4Lt
Very unusual, semi double soft jade green flowers with horizontally held ray petals;- Late summer into autumn. Distinct colour break in these en-vogue perennials. Needs a retentive yet sharply drained soil in sun. (7-10) 90cm.
£4.95
1.00
Echinacea 'Harvest Moon'
Coneflower
 1.4Lt
paradoxa x purpurea hybrid with large, slightly reflexing golden-orange flowers with a darker, raised central cone;- late summer into autumn. Likes a retentive but light soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 75cm.
£4.95
3.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Coconut Lime'
Coneflower
 1.4Lt
Very unusual, rather weak growing form. The flowers consist of a row of dropping white petals with a pale lime green central cone made up of hundreds of small petals;- late summer. Best planted in spring as it is not good in winter. (7-9) 80cm.
£4.75
1.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Green Twister'
Coneflower
 1.4Lt
A striking two tone, daisy like, green-tipped purplish-pink ray florets surrounding a bronze coloured cone; July on. Attractive to bees & butterflies. Clump forming perennial the stiff, branching stems lined with coarse, ovate leaves. Any reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cms.
£4.95
4.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Happy Star'
Coneflower
 1.4Lt
Nice sized pure-white flowers, opening with a greenish tinge, around a golden orange eye ;- late summer & autumn. Rather ragged, gappy petals. Good autumn colour for a light, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (8-10) 90cm.
£4.75
1.00
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.
£4.75
3.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Prairie Splendor'
Coneflower
 2Lt
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.
£8.25
1.00
Echinacea purpurea 'White Swan'
Coneflower
 1.4Lt
Large, single, wide rayed, daisy flowers of PURE WHITE with a pronounced central cone; June to September. Stately, upright perennial with well branched stems. Any reasonable soil; best in sun. 60x60cms.
£4.95
3.00
Echinops bannaticus 'Blue Globe'
Globe Thistle
 2Lt
(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.
£6.45
8.00
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.
£6.50
6.00
Epimedium alpinum
Bishop's Mitre
 2Lt
Ground covering deciuous species with long narrow leathery leaves tinged pink when young. Dull red wide starry flowers have reflexed yellow petals in spring. Humus rich not too dry soil with some shade. 45x45cm.
£6.95
4.00
Epimedium 'Amber Queen'
Bishops Mitre
 1.4Lt
(E. Caramel x E.flavum) Abundance of dancing heads of beautiful soft amber flowers with down curving, soft yellow spurs; March - April. Semi-evergreen, heart shaped leaves with serrated edges often speckled burgundy when young. Humus rich, retentive soil in part or full shade. 25cms. Robin White introduction
£6.50
8.00
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.
£7.95
6.00
Epimedium campanulatum Og 93.087
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
A primitive species from China, spreading quickly when happy. Spikes of small, pale lemon spurless flowers in spring. Small, toothed semi-evergreen leaves. Humus rich, never too dry soil in part shade. (3-6) 40cm.
£7.95
9.00
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.
£6.50
8.00
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.
£6.50
17.00
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.
£6.50
7.00
Epimedium 'Egret'
 1.4Lt
Effectively this is a larger, more free flowering form of latisepalum. Heavily branched stems with leathery, glossy green, toothed & pointed leaves. Large, nodding hawk like very white flowers during mid spring. Rare in the UK. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 60cm.
£6.50
6.00
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.
£6.50
8.00
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.
£6.50
19.00
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.
£6.50
11.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'Cranberry Sparkle'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Found by Don Elick in Southern Japan, this wild variant has large, rich cranberry flowers, held on horizontal stems, later than most grandiflorum types. Deciduous leaves are small on emergence in spring & are bronze. Late to emerge. Humus rich, woodland soil in part shade. (4-5) 25cm.
£7.95
7.00
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.
£6.50
15.00
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.
£7.95
10.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'Freya'
 1.4Lt
£6.50
9.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'Lilac Seedling'
 1.4Lt
Delicate heads of soft lilac flowers; spring. Medium-large, arrow-shaped leaflets emerge a spectacular deep reddish-purple in spring etched in bright green along the main veins. Fertile, woodland soil in part / full shade. 30cms.Teyl de Bordes of Scotland selected this outstanding seedling from a batch at Washfield Nursery. Came to us via Julian Sutton. 
£6.95
8.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'Yellow Princess'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Shorter form of this deciduous species, a good choice for more drier shade. Short stems with good sized pale yellow, long spurred flowers in late spring. the leaves emerge pale yellow with good autumn colour. Any reasonable soil in part or full shade. 20cm.
£6.50
9.00
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.
£6.50
7.00
Epimedium 'Jenny Pym'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Very old hybrid of the x cantabrigiense persuasion with deciduous leaves colouring well in autumn. Rather small red & yellow bicoloured flowers well clear of the leaves;- mid spring. A good choice even for dry shade. (3-5) 50cm.
£6.50
6.00
Epimedium 'Lemon Zest'
 1.4Lt
Erect wiry stems carry racemes of bright lemon-yellow bells; early spring. Dense rosettes of small, shiny, rounded, evergreen leaflets bronze flushed in spring. A slowly spreading hybrid with occasional rhizomes. Fertile, humus rich soil in part or full shade. 30cms. A Darrell Probst hybrid.
£6.50
9.00
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.
£6.50
8.00
Epimedium lishihchenii
 1.4Lt
Rarely available in cultivation a species from Jiangsi, E China. Largish flowers with a crown of white sepals, long pendant yellow spurs & a green centre - rather like a Georgian table with cabriol legs. Large,, bold, evergreen leaves. Fertile, humus rich, retentive soil in part or full shade
£7.95
8.00
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.
£6.50
8.00
Epimedium myrianthum
 1.4Lt
Long racemes carry a profusion of small flowers with clear white sepals over inward facing brown petal & a cluster of prominent yellow stamens. Comparatively large, elliptic, rich green, evergreen leaves heavily mottled burgundy when young. Humus rich, fertile soil in part or full shade..
£7.95
8.00
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
4.00
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
6.00
Epimedium perralderianum
Bishop's Hat
 2Lt
£6.95
1.00
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.
£6.50
7.00
Epimedium platypetalum Og 93.085
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Chinese species, with semi-evergreen toothed leaves, mottled purple when young. Small, spurless yellow flowers in long spikes, often into summer. Humus rich, never too dry soil in part shade. (3-6) 45cm.
£7.95
5.00
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
1.00
Epimedium pubescens Og91.003
 1.4Lt
Large, airy panicles of small. long 'petalled' white flowers with a central yellow-brown boss; early spring. Bright green young leaves mottled brown maturing to green. Humus rich, fertile soil in part or full shade.. 20cms+. . 
£6.50
6.00
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.
£6.50
7.00
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
3.00
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.
£6.50
10.00
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.
£7.95
6.00
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.
£7.95
19.00
Epimedium 'William Stearn'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Named for the writer of the Epimedium monograph & named by Robin White. Tall, upright evergreen with leathery, brown blotched leaves. Large, spider-like flowers with long cherry-red spurs, backed by mauvy pink sepals, tipped gold, borne from April to June. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (3-6) 50x45cm.
£6.50
9.00
Epimedium 'Windfire'
 1.4Lt
A newer, very floriferous, late blooming hybrid from Darrell Porbst. The flowers have long, elegantly curved yellow spurs and small red inner sepals, attached to upright, wiry, almost black flower spikes, rising well above the deep green, serrated foliage; April. Slow spreading, semi-evergreen for a woodland soil in part or full shade.
£7.95
8.00
Epimedium wushanense
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
This species from the Wushan Gorge in Sichuan is rare in cultivation. Evergreen clumps of long, narrow, leathery, rapier like leaves, turning glowing burgundy during winter. Densely packed cylindrical spikes of large soft yellow-cream flowers during late spring.
£7.95
5.00
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.
£6.50
18.00
Epimedium x perralchicum 'Lichtenberg'
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Very vigorous German selection, forming semi-evergreen clumps of rounded, leathery green leaves, pale yellow on emergence in spring. Spurred mid-yellow flowers in profusion in spring. good ground cover for shade or part shade. (3-5) 30cm.
£7.95
13.00
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.
£6.50
2.00
Epimedium x youngianum 'Grape Fizz'
Barrenwort
 1.4Lt
Darrel Probst deciduous hybrid with the new leaves emerging bronzey-copper in spring & again in autumn. Dainty, nodding, wide bell-shaped softest mauvey-lavender flowers with short spurs, during late spring. Retentive, woodland soil in part shade. (4-5) 30cm.
£7.95
4.00
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.
£7.95
3.00
Epimedium x youngianum 'Niveum' (AGM)
Barrenwort
 1.4Lt
PURE WHITE, starry flowers; April & May. A good neat form with small semi-evergreen leaves that turn chocolate in spring. Grows anywhere but best in cool shade. 25x60cm.
£6.50
2.00
Epimedium zhushanense
Bishop's Mitre
 1.4Lt
Rarely seen Chinese species, running freely with one, rather oval, rounded pale green leaflet per stem. Large, spidery long spurred rich purple flowers with the new leaves in spring. Prefers a retentive soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 35cm.
£7.95
1.00
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
3.00
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
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.
£4.50
16.00
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.
£4.75
18.00
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
4.00
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
2.00
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.
£4.50
9.00
Erodium guttatum
Storks Bill
 1.4Lt
This is the true form & not any of the imposters frequently met with in cultivation. Spreading stems with small, thick textured grey-green small leaves. Sprays of small ricxh pink-purple flowers all spring & summer. Well drined soil in sun. (5-9) 20cm
£4.50
2.00
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.
£4.50
2.00
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.
£8.90
2.00
Eryngium alpinum 'Blue Star'
Sea Holly, Eryngo
 1.4Lt
One of the most beautiful forms with almost triangular toothed leaves. Oval, INCREDIBLY STEEL-BLUE, cone-like flowers with a metallic, prickly calyx of frills; late summer. Dries well. Well drained fertile soil in sun. 75x45cmS.
£4.95
7.00
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.
£4.95
7.00
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.
£4.95
6.00
Eryngium pandanifolium (AGM)
Eryngo
 2Lt
(syn.E.decaisneana) Spectacular plant for a warm sheltered position in a warm garden. Enormous 5ft. rapier like leaves in rosettes have spiny margins. Short branching stems have myriads of small chocolate purple flowers in grey sheaths in autumn. 210x120cm
£9.50
5.00
Eryngium pandanifolium 'Physic Purple'
 2Lt
A real show stopper this S.American giant forms a basal cone of long (to 1.5m), linear, barbed leaves from which emerges a majestic, multi branching flowering spike covered in terminal flowering 'cones' of deep purple - can reach 2.5m. Said to be hardy to -10c in a free draining soil in sun..
£8.25
9.00
Eryngium planum 'Blauer Zwerg'
Sea Holly
 1.4Lt
Blue Dwarf'. This dwarfer, compact form has spherical umbels of intense, steely-blue flowers held in spiny blue-green bracts. Basal rosettes of leathery toothed leaves. Well drained soil in a sunny site. (6-8) 45cm.
£4.75
5.00
Eryngium serra
 2Lt
(Sea Holly) Unusual hardy Brazilian species with large broad serrated leaves. Sprays of green thimbles. Open sunny site even in poor soils. 120x45cm. (7-8)
£6.95
2.00
Eryngium variifolium
Sea Holly
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.75
1.00
Eryngium variifolium
Sea Holly
 2Lt
£6.55
1.00
Eryngium venustum
Sea Holly
 2Lt
(syn.E. umbelliferum) Distinct, evergreen species from Mexico with basal rosettes long, rapier like, metallic green leaves with teeth arranged like a hedge trimmer. Branched stems carry white, thistle like flowers in late summer. Dry soil in sun. 60cm.
£9.50
4.00
Eryngium x zabelii 'Violetta'
Sea Holly
 1.4Lt
One of the gems of the genus, with striking, violet blue cones, held in a large, metallic, silver blue ruff, on blue stems throughout summer. Slow to propagate, hence the price. Basal rosettes of deeply cut, silver veined leaves. Sharply drianed soil in sun. (6-7) 80
£5.35
5.00
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
Eryngium yuccifolium
Rattlesnake Master
 2Lt
£6.50
6.00
Erythronium americanum
Yellow Adder's Tongue
 1Lt
A collector's plant which is difficult to flower. Spreads freely by stolons at the expense of flowering. Beautiful pairs of two toned brown leaves & narrow, nodding, yellow flowers flushed red; spring. 15x15cm.
£4.95
9.00
Erythronium californicum 'White Beauty' (AGM)
Dog's Tooth Violet
 1Lt
Wiry stems carry 6-petalled SNOW-WHITE flowers with red centres. Summer dormant. Clump former with large, waxy, mottled leaves. Humus rich, peaty soil in full or part shade. 30x45cm. Flowers: March-April.
£4.70
6.00
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
4.00
Erythronium 'Kinfaun's Pink'
Trout Lily
 1Lt
Hybrid raised in Scotland between revolutum x 'White Beauty'. Pairs of glossy leaves well mottled brown. Reflexing, soft pink flowers during mid to late spring. Multiplies well. Best in a cool, moist, woodland soil in part or full shade. (4-5) 20cm.
£6.45
9.00
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
3.00
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
1.00
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
2.00
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
1.00
Eupatorium cannabinum 'Flore-pleno'
Hemp Agrimony
 2Lt
An easily grown, self supporting, upright plant with mid green, lanceolate leaves. Flat heads of DOUBLE, PURPLE-PINK FLOWERS; July-September. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 120cms.
£6.45
9.00
Eupatorium capillifolium 'Elegant Plume'
Boneset
 2Lt
Far more feathery than the species this has tall, willowy stems with frothy, very finely cut, needle like leaves. Although capable of flowering, it is often too late in UK climes & to be honest, add very little. Superb foliage plant for a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (9-11) 200cm.
£6.45
7.00
Eupatorium dubium 'Baby Joe'
Joe Pye Weed
 2Lt
Shorter form & one of the most vividly coloured with flattened heads of intense fuchsia-pink in late summer & autumn, held on almost black stems. Nettle like, bronze flushed leaves. retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 90cm.
£6.95
3.00
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
3.00
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.
£6.95
3.00
Eupatorium fortunei 'Pink Frost'
Jow Pye Weed
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
9.00
Eupatorium maculatum 'Ankum August'
Joe Pye Weed
 2Lt
Selected by Coen Jansen, this bold, back of the border plant has flattened heads of dusky-pink flowers, held on dark flushed stems during August & September. Smokey flushed nettle like leaves. Never too dry soil in sun or part shade. (8-9) 160cm.
£6.55
8.00
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
6.00
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.
£6.45
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.
£6.45
11.00
Eupatorium rugosum 'Lucky Melody'
 2Lt
A new, dwarfer variety forming a bold clump of upright, leafy stems, topped with dense clusters of pure white flowers; late summer and autumn. Attracts bees & butterflies. Prefers damp soil in sun or partial shade. c.70cms
£6.50
12.00
Euphorbia amygdaloides robbiae (AGM)
Spurge
 1.4Lt
Slowly running' perennial with handsome, tall rosettes of dark, evergreen foliage. Showy heads of LONG LASTING YELLOW-GREEN FLOWERS. Prefers reasonably drained soil in shade making excellent ground cover. 60x60cms. Flowers: April-August.
£4.50
18.00
Euphorbia characias 'Forescate'
Spurge
 2Lt
Evergreen form with woody-based stems and linear, dark grey-green leaves. Dense, cylindrical heads of yellow-green flowers in early spring. Well drained, light soil in full sun. Ht:40cms. SAP CAN IRRITATE EYES & SKIN.
£6.95
3.00
Euphorbia characias wulfenii (AGM)
Spurge
 1.4Lt
Wonderful feature plant with long stiff stems covered in evergreen blue-grey foliage & carrying HUGE CLUB-LIKE HEADS OF LIME-GREEN flowers in spring. Prefers well drained, sunny position sheltered from strong winds. 90x90cms. Flowers: March-May
£4.95
8.00
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.
£5.00
4.00
Euphorbia epithymoides 'Bonfire'
Spurge
 1.4Lt
Lower growing form with the leaves rich smokey red, holding their colour well all summer. Golden yellow bracts ageing with an orange tinge over a long period through summer. Colours best in sun. Light, well drained soil in sun. (3-6) 30cm.
£5.00
4.00
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
£5.00
6.00
Euphorbia martinii 'Walberton's Ruby Glow'
Spurge
 2Lt
Compact, bushy perennial the lance shaped, ruby red verging on black, evergreen leaves giving year round interest. Flattened heads of acid yellow-green flowers give a striking contrast in spring. Trim back lightly after flowering. Excellent feature plant for containers or borders in sun or part shade in a reasonably drained soil. 45x45cms. SAP CAN IRRITATE.
£6.95
1.00
Euphorbia mellifera (AGM)
Honey Spurge
 1Lt
A bold feature plant needing a sheltered wall in order to thrive. Whorls of smooth, green leaves have a silver central vein. Heads of gnarled, brown flowers in midsummer are heavily honey-scented. Well drained fertile soil in sun. 140x75cm.
£3.99
2.00
Euphorbia mellifera (AGM)
Honey Spurge
 2Lt
£6.50
17.00
Euphorbia palustris 'Walenburg's Glorie'
Water Spurge
 1.4Lt
A selected, large flowered form of this moisture loving Euphorbia, with glowing heads of golden-green flowers. Soft green leaves on upright stems. Any reasonable soil, especially retentive in sun or light shade. (4-6) 75cm.
£4.75
1.00
Euphorbia 'Redwing' (AGM)
Spurge
 2Lt
Choice, compact variety the flower buds turning increasingly red in late winter opening to an abundance of yellow-green heads; March to May. Well clothed in lance-shaped, rich green leaves tinged red when young. Drained loam in sun. 50x50cms.
£6.95
12.00
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.
£5.00
7.00
Euphorbia schillingii (AGM)
Spurge
 2Lt
£7.75
1.00
Euphorbia seguieriana niciciana
Spurge
 1.4Lt
Woody based semi-evergreen with narrow, glaucous-blue leaves on gently arching stems. Terminal heads of yellow-green flowers in late summer & early autumn. Light, well drained soil in sun. 45x45cm.
£4.95
3.00
Euphorbia stygiana santamariae
Azores Spurge
 2Lt
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)
£9.60
12.00
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
2.00
Euphorbia x martini (AGM)
Spurge
 2Lt
Compact evergreen perennial with bronzing foliage in winter & lime-green flower bracts; March to May. Useful feature plant & for flower arranging. Any reasonable soil; best in sun. 60x45cms. SAP CAN CAUSE IRRITATION TO SKIN & EYES!
£6.95
1.00
Euphorbia x pasteurii
Spurge
 2Lt
stygiana x mellifera. Spectacular cross between these two species. Huge, shrubby species with long, velvet green leaves, turning red, but remaining evergreen in winter. panicles of scented, buff brown flowers in spring. Shelter. (4-5) 1.5x1.5m
£7.75
5.00
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
4.00
Filipendula magnifica 'Elegantissima'
 2Lt
Non to sure of nomenclature - sourced from Blooms with this name but not in Plant Finder syn. F.palmata 'Elegantissima'? Whichever a superb form with large, frothy, light pink heads held on firm stems; May-July. Neatly spaced, large, deeply cut leaves. Prefers a moist soil in sun or part shade. 90cms 
£6.95
5.00
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
Bronze Fennel
 2Lt
Has ornamental & culinary uses. Elegant, upright perennial the firm stems lined with finely cut filigree, glaucous leaves. Yellow cow parsley like heads in summer. Self seeds freely so remove heads. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 2mx1m.
£6.45
12.00
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
5.00
Fragaria x ananassa 'Pink Panda'
Ornamental Strawberry
 1.4Lt
Spreading, low growing perennial with 3-palmate leaves. Heads of BRIGHT PINK, strawberry-like, single flowers over a long period; May to November. Rarely fruits. Any reasonable soil in sun or light shade. 15cms x indefinite.
£4.75
5.00
Francoa ramosa
Bridal Wreath
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
12.00
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.
£4.80
9.00
Galega officinalis
Meadow Rue
 2Lt
Vigorous, clump forming perennial with lax, pinnate, soft green leaves with pointed leaflets. Heads of pale mauve, sometimes white bicoloured flowers in racemes from late summer to early autumn. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 120cm.
£6.95
13.00
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
5.00
Galium odoratum
Sweet Woodruff
 1.4Lt
Spreading clumps of whorled, glossy green leaves that smell of new mown hay. Small star-like, WHITE flowers; March to May. Any reasonable soil in part or full shade. 15x90cms.
£4.50
13.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Cherry Brandy'
Gaura
 1.4Lt
Shorter hybrid, with woody stems having narrow dark green leaves with a red central vein. Four petalled blush pink flowers with a deper centre & spur open irregularly up the spikes all summer & autumn. Sheltered well drained spot in sun. (5-10) 40cm.
£4.70
1.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'Rosyjane'
Gaura
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.75
2.00
Gaura lindheimeri 'The Bride'
 1.4Lt
Tall wands of waving stems have PURE WHITE 5-petalled flowers that open irregularly all summer into autumn. Willowy leaves often show red spotting. An airy plant of open, bushy habit. Well drained soil in full sun. 90x45cm.
£4.50
13.00
Gentiana asclepiadea (AGM)
Willow Gentian
 1.4Lt
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.
£6.45
2.00
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
15.00
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
8.00
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
1.00
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
37.00
Geranium 'Anne Thomson' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
A new, much more compact plant like a smaller G.psilostemon. Large, cup-shaped, DEEP PURPLE flowers with a black eye; early summer. Deeply divided foliage takes on superb autumnal colour. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
£4.75
4.00
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
1.00
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
11.00
Geranium 'Brookside' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
flowers: Large, cup-shaped, RICH DEEP-BLUE on branching stems; throughout summer. Tall, upright, leafy hybrid with clumps of fresh deep green, finely cut & divided leaves. Ordinary well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x60cm.
£4.75
2.00
Geranium 'Brookside' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 2Lt
£6.55
4.00
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
2.00
Geranium clarkei 'Kashmir Pink'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
The now popular pink counterpart. Cup-shaped, SOFT PINK flowers freely produced; early to late summer. Large, spreading clumps of divided, basal leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 45x60cm.
£4.75
2.00
Geranium clarkei 'Kashmir Purple' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Vigorous form with elegant, deeply cut fresh green leaves. Profusion of RICH PURPLE flowers;- late spring & early summer. Prune hard after flowering for a second show. Sun or part shade in any reasonable soil. 30cms.
£5.50
2.00
Geranium clarkei 'Kashmir White' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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)
£4.95
4.00
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
4.00
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
10.00
Geranium 'Dilys' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Small but showy INTENSE VIOLET-PURPLE, cup-shaped flowers are freely produced all summer. Showy, spreading ground coverer of prostrate habit much like G.sanguineum. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 20x60cm.
£5.00
8.00
Geranium endressii 'Cyril's Fancy'
Cranesbill
 2Lt
Excellent ground ocover with slightly less open rich cerise-pink flowers on well branched stems, a little later than most oxonianums. Mounds of finely divided plain green leaves. retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 40cm.
£6.95
4.00
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
2.00
Geranium 'Eureka Blue'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
This is completely identical to 'Orion' distinguishable in no feature. Airy form with sprays of rich blue flowers from May to September. very finely divided, fresh green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-9) 60cm.
£4.95
12.00
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.
£6.95
6.00
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.
£4.75
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
2.00
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.
£4.75
9.00
Geranium 'Johnson's Blue' (AGM)
Hardy Border Geranium
 1Lt
£3.99
4.00
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
1.00
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Czakor'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
RICH MAGENTA flowers on short stems; late spring. Dense, semi-evergreen ground-coverer with scented, light green leaves with brown marking. Found in the Czakor gorge in former Yugoslavia. Ordinary soil in sun or shade. 30x60cms.
£4.75
3.00
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Czakor'
Cranesbill
 2Lt
£6.95
3.00
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Ingwersen's Variety' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.75
3.00
Geranium macrorrhizum 'White Ness' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Superb condensed form, with snow white flowers, not showing any flush of pink, held in a reddish calyx; early summer. Good, almost evergreen, aromatic ground cover for any conditions, even dry shade. 30x60cm.
£4.95
12.00
Geranium maculatum 'Espresso'
Cranesbill
 1Lt
Mounds of divided, smokey, chocolate-brown leaves, topped by clusters of five petalled, dusky-pink flowers with a large white eye;- late spring & early summer. Any soil, especially retentive in sun or light shade. (5-7) 40cm.
£3.99
2.00
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
1.00
Geranium maculatum 'Shameface'
Cranesbill
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
5.00
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
4.00
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
9.00
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
1.00
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.
£9.60
10.00
Geranium phaeum 'Alec's Pink'
Mourning Widow
 1.4Lt
Easily grown, even in the driest of shade. Mats of light green, softly hairy leaves. Branched stems with reflexed dusky pink-purple flowers with a violet ring around a small white eye, from May to July. Any soil in sun or shade. (5-7) 60cm.
£4.95
5.00
Geranium phaeum 'Angelina'
Mourning Widow
 1.4Lt
Recent introduction from Sarastro nursery in Austria. Collected in Croatia this has the the darkest red strongly swept back flowers on well branched stems;- Late spring & Early Summer. The large leaves are well blotched brown. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (5-7) 5-7) 50cm.
£5.75
1.00
Geranium phaeum 'Brown Sugar'
 1.4Lt
Basal clumps of large, hairy, palmate & toothed mid-green leaves. Hairy, branching stems with reddish-brown reflexing flowers are freely borne during late spring & early summer. 75x45cm. A vigorous, clump forming perennial, introduced by Robin Moss. 
£4.95
11.00
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.
£4.95
6.00
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
13.00
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.
£4.95
6.00
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.
£7.95
41.00
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
3.00
Geranium phaeum 'Rothbury Cherry'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
A shorter grower for this group. Upright stems topped with clusters of open-faced, single , lilac pink flowers with a magenta-purple eye and prominent yellow stamens; May-June. Clumps of dark green leaves with purple markings. Any reasonable, retentive, fertile soil in sun or shade. 50cms. A Foster/ Moss introduction.
£6.95
7.00
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
1.00
Geranium 'Philippe Vapelle'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
(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.
£4.95
9.00
Geranium 'Philippe Vapelle'
Cranesbill
 2Lt
£6.95
4.00
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
2.00
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
1.00
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
4.00
Geranium pratense albiflorum 'Laura'
Meadow Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Far superior to other double forms, this has good sized double white flowers with a green eye;- June to August. Basal mounds of very finely divided fresh green leaves. Likes a retentive soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 60cm.
£5.00
2.00
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
2.00
Geranium pratense 'Cloud Nine'
 1.4Lt
Described by the Geranium society as the finest Geranium ever produced, this fully double form has beautiful, soft blue-blue flowers held over a long period from May to September. Basal clumps of divided leaves. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 45x45cm.
£5.50
5.00
Geranium pratense 'Dark Reiter'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Forms a lovely combination of deeply divided, purple bronze leaves topped with tall stems of single, vibrant lilac-blue flowers; May-July. Attractive to bees. Hardy herbaceous perennial for any reasonably drained soil in sun ro part shade. 30x45cms.
£4.75
1.00
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
1.00
Geranium pratense 'Mrs Kendall Clark' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 2Lt
Clusters of large, CLEAR BLUE, open blooms above a vigorous clump of deeply divided foliage usually with good autumn colour. Excellent ground cover. Easy to grow in any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm. Flowers: Early & mid summer.
£6.75
1.00
Geranium pratense 'Plenum Album'
Meadow Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Double, glowing white flowers, with a creamy centre; early to midsummer. Divided basal leaves. Likes rich living in fertile soil in sun or part shade. Prone to mildew if dry. 60x45cm.
£4.75
7.00
Geranium pratense 'Purple Ghost'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
Low, mound forming variety the clear white flowers having light purple veining over a long period from May through to late summer. Very striking serrated dark purple making a lovely contrast to the flowers. Any reasonable, fertile soil in sun or part shade. To: 20cm.
£5.35
9.00
Geranium psilostemon 'Rosefinch'
Armenian cranesbill
 1.4Lt
A very unusual, wild collected form with ultra rare pale pink, saucer shaped, single flowers with some veining; May to July. Large, maple like, deeply cut leaves have good red autumn tints. A bold grower for a free draining soil in sun or part shade. To 90cms +. A Robin Moss introduction.
£5.95
9.00
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
2.00
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
2.00
Geranium richardsonii
Cranesbill
 2Lt
£6.95
10.00
Geranium 'Rozanne' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 2Lt
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.
£8.15
9.00
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
4.00
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
6.00
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
4.00
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
5.00
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
1.00
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
4.00
Geranium 'Spinners'
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
New leaves emerge with golden-bronze flush. This has almost disappeared when the large, bright blue flowers smother the plant in summer. Showy hybrid bred in Hampshire. Ordinary soil in sun. 45x45cm.
£4.75
3.00
Geranium 'Stephanie'
Cranesbill
 2Lt
A new hybrid between renardii x pelopponesiacum. Carpets of sage grey-green leaves & large soft blue flowers with dark blue veining during midsummer. More vigorous thean most renardii hybrids. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-7) 30cm.
£6.75
2.00
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
2.00
Geranium sylvaticum 'Album' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 1.4Lt
A lovely early flowering species forming basal clumps of finger-like leaves. Branching stems carry many PURE WHITE open blooms in late spring. Reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cms. Flowers: May-June.
£4.75
1.00
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
8.00
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
3.00
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
£4.75
3.00
Geranium 'Tanya Rendall'
 1.4Lt
Prostrate mat former, bred in the Orkney's, with divided, chocolate-purple leaves. Sparys of small, bright-pink flowers with a prominent white eye all summer & autumn. sheltered, well drained spot in sun for the best colour. (5-10) 15cm.
£5.00
3.00
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.
£4.75
3.00
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.
£4.75
5.00
Geranium x cantabrigiense 'Karmina'
Cranesbill
 2Lt
(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.
£6.95
2.00
Geranium x magnificum (AGM)
Hardy Border Geranium
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.75
2.00
Geranium x magnificum (AGM)
Hardy Border Geranium
 2Lt
£6.45
9.00
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
2.00
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.
£4.75
1.00
Geranium x magnificum 'Rosemoor'
Cranesbill
 2Lt
£6.50
7.00
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
1.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'A.T.Johnson' (AGM)
Cranesbill
 2Lt
Pretty SILVER-PINK flowers from summer to autumn. A good ground covering perennial with attractive, pale green leavEs. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 40cms.
£6.95
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
10.00
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
4.00
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
3.00
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
3.00
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
3.00
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
9.00
Geranium x oxonianum 'Phoebe Noble'
Cranesbill
 2Lt
flowers: Loose heads of deep cerise-pink; early to late summer. Vigorous, yet compact, clump-forming, evergreen perennial with fresh-looking, moss-green, 5-lobed, feintly blotched leaves. Reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 30cms.
£6.95
3.00
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
6.00
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
1.00
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
3.00
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
1.00
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
7.00
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
3.00
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
6.00
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
11.00
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
6.00
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
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
2.00
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
1.00
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
6.00
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.
£4.75
18.00
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
10.00
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
3.00
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
12.00
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
1.00
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
5.00
Geum 'Savanna Sunset'
 1.4Lt
£4.80
4.00
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
4.00
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
7.00
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.
£4.75
13.00
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
1.00
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
4.00
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 'The Bride' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Surprisingly hardy hybrid, with narrow spikes of trumpet shaped, flared white flowers during early summer. Upright fans of sword like leaves. Sharply drained soil in sun. (5-7) 60cm.
£4.95
4.00
Glaucium corniculatum
Horned Poppy
 2Lt
Exceptionally heavily frilled, furry, grey rosettes of foliage. Sprays of waxy-orange poppies all summer followed by horn-like' seed capsules. Fertile, free-draining soil in sun. 60x45cms. Flowers: May-September.
£6.95
3.00
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
10.00
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
4.00
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.
£7.95
13.00
Gypsophila paniculata 'Flamingo'
 1.4Lt
Branching, open, airy framework massed with clouds of tiny, PALE PINK, double flowers; summer. The ideal border & cut flower. Resents disturbance. Free draining, sunny site. 90x120cms.
£4.95
12.00
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
1.00
Hedychium ellipticum
Ginger Lily
 2Lt
Dense spikes of pale yellow-white flowers, with two-lobed lower lips & unusual purple filaments. Flowers late summer & autumn. Upright stems, with broad dark-green leaves. Marginally hardy in a sheltered well drained spot in sun. (8-9) 200cm.
£6.95
3.00
Hedychium flavescens
Yellow Ginger
 2Lt
A more tender but showy species from Bengal, with dense spikes of pale-yellow flowers, with green lobes. The lip has a red stain, with protruding yellow filaments. Upright stems with broad fleshy leaves. Almost certainly will need lifting in winter. (7-10) 270cm.
£6.95
5.00
Helenium 'Butterpat' (AGM)
 2Lt
Strong, upright stems topped with heads of daisy-like, rich yellow flowers with a brownish-yellow central disc; June-August. Clump forming perennial for a retentive yet drained soil in sun. Ht: 90cms.
£6.95
2.00
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
1.00
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
3.00
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
£6.50
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
5.00
Helenium 'Red Jewel'
Sneezeweed
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
12.00
Helenium Sahin's Early Flowerer' (AGM)
Sneezeweed
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
19.00
Helenium Sahin's Early Flowerer' (AGM)
Sneezeweed
 2Lt
£6.50
7.00
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
4.00
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.
£6.95
8.00
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
1.00
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
6.00
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
2.00
Helianthus 'Miss Mellish' (AGM)
Sunflower
 2Lt
£6.95
4.00
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
2.00
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
3.00
Helianthus x kellermanii
Sunflower
 3Lt
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
£6.35
9.00
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
3.00
Helianthus x multiflorus 'Meteor'
Sunflower
 2Lt
£6.35
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.
£4.75
11.00
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
3.00
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 'Tuscan Sun'
perennial sunflower
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
4.00
Helleborus abschasicus
1.5lt
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.
£10.75
8.00
Helleborus abschasicus
 2Lt
£12.75
4.00
Helleborus lividus (AGM)
 1.4Lt
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.
£10.75
6.00
Helleborus niger (AGM)
Christmas Rose
 1Lt
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.
£4.25
2.00
Helleborus x ballardiae 'Candy Love'
Hellebore
 2Lt
(Winter Magic Collection) Long flowering perennials with the flowers initially opening cream, taking on pink tinges before finishing dark sombre pink;- flowers February to May. Likes a retentive soil in a slightly more sunny position than most. (2-5) 35cm.
£12.30
2.00
Helleborus x hybridus
Lenten Rose
 2Lt
Seed raised plants which should give generous, bowl shaped flowers, unspotted, in various shades of pink, white, red, purple et al. during late winter & early spring. AS WITH ALL HELLEBORES EXPECT SOME VARIATION. Cool, humus rich, woodland soil in part shade. (1-4) 40cm.
£13.90
1.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Bridget' (SP)
Lenten Rose
 2Lt
Tall, upright hellebore the outfacing, open, crimson to cream, single flowers have a golden central boss of stamens- late winter into spring. Leathery divided leaves. Cool, rich yet well drained soil in part shade. 40cm. From a new breeding Spring Promise strain.
£12.95
2.00
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
1.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Circe'
 1.4Lt
£12.95
6.00
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
2.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Harvington Limes'
Lenten Rose
 2Lt
A very strong growing hybrid breeding very true. Unusual cup-shaped lime-green flowers on well branched stems from january to April. Glossy, leathery divided leaves. Best in a rich, woodland soil in part or full shade. (1-4) 50cm.
£12.75
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
1.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Tutu'
Lenten Rose
 2Lt
Tall, upright hellebore with unusual anemone centred white flowers, all covered in a very fine red speckling;- late winter into spring. Leathery divided leaves. Cool, rich yet well drained soil in part shade. (2-4) 40cm.
£12.95
2.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Ws Anemone White'
Lenten Rose
 2Lt
Single white flushed soft green 'petals' tipped soft burgundy. Boss of creamy stamens surrounded by a 'ruff' of white tipped burgundy tepals. Evergreen perennial for a fertile soil. Best in part shade. Flowers: Jan-March. To: 30cms.
£11.75
1.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Ws Double Green'
 2Lt
Very unusual multi-petalled green form with a boss of yellow stamens. Rarely are 2 flowers identical. Attractive to bees. Best in a sheltered position in semi-shade in fertile, moist yet free draining rich soil. Ideal for planting with deciduous shrubs. 30cms. Flowers: Jan-March
£12.75
3.00
Helleborus x hybridus 'Ws Yellow Spotted'
 2Lt
Cup shaped, golden-yellow 'petals' with brownish 'freckles' & a large boss of yellow stamens. Rarely are 2 flowers identical. Attractive to bees. Best in a sheltered position in semi-shade in fertile, moist yet free draining rich soil. Ideal for planting with deciduous shrubs. 30cms. Flowers: Jan-March
£10.75
1.00
Helleborus x nigercors 'Royal Sofia'
Hellebore
 2Lt
Very free flowering, multi stemmed hybrid the 5 petalled, outward facing, white flowers heavily stained green at the centre. A boss of golden stamens; Jan - April. Much loved by bees. Leathery, divided, evergreen leaves. Fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade. H.niger x H.argutifolius. 30x30cms.
£12.75
7.00
Helleborus x nigercors 'Snow Love'
Hellebore
 2Lt
Strong growing hybrid with mounds of evergreen, palmate, leathery grey flushed leaves. Clusters of rather flat, soft sulphur yellow-green flowers in early spring, finishing lime green. Prefers a little more sun than most. Well drained soil. (1-5) 30cm.
£12.30
2.00
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.
£10.75
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.
£10.75
2.00
Heloniopsis umbellata B&SWJ3732a
 1.4Lt
Wild collected by the Wynn Jones's in Taiwan, this distinct form has rosettes of broad, strap like, leathery smooth green leaves. Nodding heads of spidery, lilac white flowers with exerted stamens during mid spring. DISLIKES ANY ARTIFICIAL FEED. Likes a moist, yet well drained soil in part shade. 25cm.
£5.65
7.00
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
4.00
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
2.00
Hemerocallis 'Black Stockings'
Day Lily
 2Lt
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
£6.45
5.00
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
3.00
Hemerocallis dumortieri
Day Lily
 2Lt
A semi-dwarf Japanese form making a dense clump of grassy leaves. Stiff stems topped with sprays of lily-like RICH DEEP-YELLOW, fragrant flowers from brown buds; May & June. Any reasonable, not too dry soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cms.
£6.95
5.00
Hemerocallis 'Exploded Pumpkin'
Day Lily
 2Lt
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.
£6.45
3.00
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
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 '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
2.00
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
1.00
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
1.00
Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus (AGM)
Day Lily
 2Lt
£6.95
6.00
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
2.00
Hemerocallis 'Living In Amsterdam'
Spider Daylily
 1.4Lt
Very strong growing spider day lily with very long, narrow, slightly twisted golden yellow flowers. Flowers June & July. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-7) 65cm.
£4.35
1.00
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
10.00
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
6.00
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
1.00
Hemerocallis middendorffii
Day Lily
 2Lt
Early flowering species with fragrant, rich orange, star-shaped flowers from brown buds; May-June. Semi-evergreen, clump forming perennial with narrow, stiff leaves to 30cms. Fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun. Ht: 90cms.
£6.95
5.00
Hemerocallis '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
3.00
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
2.00
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
5.00
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
5.00
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
4.00
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
6.00
Hepatica nobilis (AGM)
 1.4Lt
(syn.H.nobilis) Lovely semi-evergreen, dome shaped, woodland perennial with pink, blue or blue-purple bowl-shaped flowers; early spring. Lobed, kidney shaped leaves. Thrives in heavy, humus-rich soil in part shade. 10x15cms.
£4.95
11.00
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 '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
1.00
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.
£6.95
7.00
Hesperantha coccinea 'Major' (AGM)
Kaffir Lily
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.75
13.00
Hesperantha coccinea 'Major' (AGM)
Kaffir Lily
 1Lt
£3.99
1.00
Hesperantha coccinea 'Mrs.Hegarty'
Kaffir Lily
 2Lt
Spikes of shallow, cupped, PALE PINK flowers giving good colour in late autumn. Clump forming, rhizomatous perennial with upright grassy tufts of narrow green leaves. Fertile, retentive soil in sun. 60x45cm.
£6.95
3.00
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.
£6.95
1.00
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.
£6.95
3.00
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.
£7.35
1.00
Heuchera 'Blondie'
Alum Root
 2Lt
(Little Cutie Series) Small hybrid with ever changing foliage. In winter it is soft golden-caramel, becoming orange & red in spring, more sombre crimson at flowering. Unusual with it's bright gold bell-shaped flowers during summer. Good in pots or borders. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 20cm.
£6.95
15.00
Heuchera 'Caramel'
Alum Root
 1.4Lt
Probably the best of the golden Heucheras as it's main parent is villosa which tolerates drier conditions. Mats of scallop shaped, soft caramel leaves with a more burnished gold colouration in spring. Pinky-white flowers in autumn. Any soil. 45x45cm.
£5.35
4.00
Heuchera 'Cherry Cola'
Alum Root
 1.4Lt
(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.
£5.35
7.00
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
7.00
Heuchera 'Forever Red'
 2Lt
This has to be the reddest leaved Heuchera ever., A great crown the leaves are cut and somewhat ruffled and reddest in the spring and autumn when the temperatures are cooler. Spikes with white flowers in mid summer complement and contrast with the foliage. Any reasonably fertile, retentive soil in sun ro part shade.
£7.25
1.00
Heuchera 'Frosted Violet Dream'
Alum Root
 1.4Lt
Very unusual form with maple shaped, rich purple leaves with a silver overlay which picks out the purple veins. The more mature leaves have a brown flush. Purple stems with dainty pink flowers. (6-7) 45cm.
£5.45
1.00
Heuchera 'Marmalade'
Alum Root
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.45
2.00
Heuchera 'Obsidian'
Alum Root
 1.4Lt
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
£5.45
4.00
Heuchera 'Obsidian'
Alum Root
 2Lt
£6.95
15.00
Heuchera 'Obsidian'
Alum Root
17cm
£7.25
6.00
Heuchera 'Paris'
Alum root
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.45
7.00
Heuchera 'Paris'
Alum root
 2Lt
£7.25
1.00
Heuchera villosa 'Palace Purple'
Alum Root
 2Lt
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
£6.95
9.00
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
5.00
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
5.00
Hosta 'August Moon'
Plantain Lily
 2Lt
Unusual form with large golden-yellow leaves holding colour well. Slender stems of pendant, lily-like mauve flowers. Avoid dry sites. Best in part shade. 60x60cms. Flowers: August-September.
£6.80
2.00
Hosta 'Blue Angel' (sieboldiana) (AGM)
(Sieboldiana)
 2Lt
An improvement on the popular Elegans'. Mounds of large, heart-shaped, more pointed, steely-blue silver leaves. Spikes of near-white flowers on tall scapes. Retentive soil in part or full shade. 120cm. (7-9)
£6.80
2.00
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
6.00
Hosta 'Devon Green'
 1.4Lt
£4.95
7.00
Hosta 'Empress Wu'
Plantain Lily
 2Lt
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
2.00
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
1.00
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. 
£6.95
5.00
Hosta 'Halcyon' (AGM)
Hosta
 2Lt
x tardiana hybrid. Delightful dwarf form making a graceful mound bright silver-blue leaves. Slender stems of pendant, lily-like. lilac-blue flowers. Best in part shade in cool, well fed, moist soil. 30x30cms. Flowers: July-August.
£6.75
1.00
Hosta 'June' (Tardiana grp) (AGM)
(Tardiana)
 3Lt
Hardy Perennial. Ht.20cms(8ins) Beautiful butter-yellow variegated green foliage.Pale lilac flowers August. Avoid dry sites.Sun or part shade.
£6.95
5.00
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
£6.95
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.
£6.95
1.00
Hosta 'Royal Standard' (AGM)
 2Lt
Good clusters of long, fresh-looking, light rich-green leaves with a good display of large, flared, scented, white flowers on long stems. Avoid dry sites; best in partial shade. 90cms. Flowers: August-October
£6.95
3.00
Hosta 'So Sweet'
Plantain Lily
 2Lt
HOSTA OF THE YEAR 1996. Small leaved hosta with the lance-shaped medium-green leaves having a creamy-white margin & held on long stalks. Spikes of widely spaced flared white flowers with a lilac flush & a heavenly scent. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 45cm.
£6.95
3.00
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
3.00
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.
£6.95
1.00
Hosta tokudama
 2Lt
Heart-shaped to rounded, puckered, vividly glaucous, deep blue-green leaves to 30cms long. Widely bell-shaped, grey-white flowers; early to late summer. Clump forming perennial for a fertile, retentive soil in full or part shade. 35x90cms.
£6.95
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
2.00
Hosta 'Wide Brim' (agm)
Plantain Lily
 2Lt
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
£6.75
1.00
Hosta 'Wide Brim' (agm)
Plantain Lily
17cm
£7.25
4.00
Houttuynia cordata 'Fantasy'
 1.4Lt
Good ground cover for retentive soil or in a pond margin. Creeping rhizome with heart-shaped, bityter scented leaves, mainly heart-shaped & dark-green with white & red splashes & often slightly contorted. White flowers in summer. (6-8) 30cm.
£4.95
1.00
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
2.00
Impatiens balansae
Balsam
 2Lt
Dramatic, tall sub-shrub the fleshy, upright slems clothed in lush, ovate, dark green leaves with pink veins. Terminal clusters of large, funnel shaped yellow flowers with pink lips & a yellow spur; summer. For a moist position in dappled shade. 2.0x1.5m+. S Yunnan Province of China & SE Asia.
£9.95
10.00
Impatiens insignis
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
11.00
Impatiens omeiana 'Ice Storm'
 1.4Lt
£4.95
2.00
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
7.00
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
4.00
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
£5.50
16.00
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
1.00
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
9.00
Incarvillea delavayi
 1.4Lt
Exotic-looking, tuberous perennial with strong stems topped with up to 10 handsome, ROSE-PINK, trumpet-shaped flowers; early & midsummer. Basal rosettes of lobed, glossy leaves. Fertile, moist yet well drained, sunny site; mulch crowns in winter. 45cms.
£4.75
12.00
Incarvillea delavayi 'Snowtop'
Hardy Gloxinia
 1.4Lt
Exotic-looking, tuberous perennial making a basal rosette of pinnate leaves. Strong stems topped with large, white, trumpet flowers with a yellow throat; early & midsummer. Fertile, moist yet well drained, sunny position; mulch crowns in winter. 45cms.
£4.75
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
5.00
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
1.00
Inula orientalis
Elecampane
 2Lt
Clump-forming, rhizomatous perennial the erect stems topped with daisy-like, many wavy petalled, orange yellow flowers (to 9cm across) from woolly buds; June-July. Ovate, hairy, toothed, mid green leaves. Free draining soil in sun. Ht: 60-90cms.
£5.95
8.00
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
3.00
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
1.00
Iris beesiana
Iris
 3Lt
Rarely offered species, similar in from to the common ‘Flag Iris’, this robust perennial forms a vase shaped clump of broad, spear like, arching leaves with clusters of buttercup yellow flowers nestled two thirds of the way in the foliage.
£7.35
4.00
Iris 'Benton Caramel'
Bearded Iris
 2Lt
Unusual colour combination with rose-red standards, burgundy falls and a bright golden yellow 'beard'; May - June.Plant rhizomes at soil level in a very free draining spot with masses of sunshine. 90cms. 
£8.50
1.00
Iris 'Benton Dierdre' (Tall Bearded)
Tall Bearded Iris
 2Lt
(Tall Bearded Iris) Very unsual old East Anglian form with simple pure-white flowers with an intense rose-pink plicata (Stitching around the edge of the petals) ; May & June. PLant in an open, free draining soil in sun. (5-6) 90cm.
£8.50
3.00
Iris 'Benton Lorna'
Tall Bearded Iris
 2Lt
An old, tall bearded Iris from Sir Cedric Morris' garden. Smaller flowers have white standards, strongly suffused dusky-purple around the margins. The falls are creamy-white with fine purple stitching. Gold beard. Flowers May & June. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-6) 80x60cm.
£8.50
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.
£8.50
3.00
Iris 'Benton Susan' (Tall Bearded)
(Tall Bearded Iris)
 2Lt
(Tall Bearded Iris) Old variety with an unusual buff, creamy-white flower with a fine purple-brown etching around the edge of each petal;- May & June. Fans of broad, glaucous fklushed leaves. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-6) 80cm.
£8.50
4.00
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
4.00
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
2.00
Iris 'Butter & Sugar' (Siberian) (AGM)
Siberian Iris
 3Lt
(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.
£7.30
4.00
Iris chrysographes 'Black Knight'
 2Lt
DARKEST, INDIGO-VIOLET NEAR TO BLACK flowers marked gold; May & June. A very free flowering form with narrow, grassy, lax leaves. Prefers moist soil in sun or part shade. 45x30cms.
£9.35
5.00
Iris 'Colorific' (louisiana)
Water Iris
 2Lt
(Louisiana Iris) Large, upwardfacing, six petalled rose-lavender & white alternating petals, the white ones veined violet at the base. Lime-yellow throat. Broad, sword like leaves. Retentive or wet soil in sun. (6-7) 80cm.
£6.50
5.00
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
2.00
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
1.00
Iris 'Flight Of Butterflies' (Siberian)
Siberian Iris
 2Lt
Elegant species with small, elegantly poised purple-blue flowers with a white throat netted gold, held well clear of the narrow, erect, glaucous-grey leaves in late spring & early summer. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (6-7) 90cm.
£6.95
2.00
Iris 'Foggy Dew' (Tall Bearded)
Tall Bearded Iris
 2Lt
(Tall Bearded Iris) Classic lavender-blue standards with the white falls having a broad lavender blue picotee. Flowers May & June, Fans of upright leaves. Needs planting with the rhizome at the surface. Well drained soil in sun. (5-6) 80cm.
£6.75
4.00
Iris 'Holden's Child'
Flag Iris
 2Lt
(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.
£5.95
3.00
Iris 'Jane Phillips' (Tall Bearded) (AGM)
Tall Bearded Iris
 2Lt
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.
£6.95
10.00
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
1.00
Iris louisiana 'Ann Chowning'
 1.4Lt
A great colour break for a 'louisiana' the firm, upright stems topped with large, velvety, bright cherry red flowers with a flash of yellow at the base of the falls; June-July. Sturdy clumps of rich green, linear leaves. Bog or water margin, deciduous perennial for sun or shade. To: 90cms. Intr: Frank Channing 0977
£5.45
8.00
Iris pallida
Dalmatian Iris
 2Lt
(syn. dalmatica) Small cluster of medium sized light blue flowers on stiff, upright stems in June & July with a good scent. Attractive fan-shaped clumps of glaucous blue foliage.75cms. Well drained soil in full sun. (5-6) 60cm.
£6.55
2.00
Iris pallida 'Argentea Variegata' (AGM)
Tall Bearded Iris
 2Lt
Attractive in both leaf & flower. fans of leathery, sword like blue-green leaves with a wide creamy white margin. Elegant, medium sized lavender-blue flowers during May & June. Shallowly plant tubers. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-6) 60cm.
£6.95
3.00
Iris pallida 'Variegata' (AGM)
Variegated Dalmation Iris
 2Lt
syn.Aureoveriagata'.Forms a lovely clump of bold, sword-like, blue, green & yellow striped, evergreen foliage. Fragrant, light lavender-blue flowers with a yellow eye; June-July. Well drained soil in sun. 60x60cms.
£6.95
4.00
Iris 'Pleasures Of May' (Siberian)
Siberian Iris
 3Lt
One of the first of the siberians to flower. White flowers with pale lilac falls & faint purple guidelines;- May & June. Erect fans of narrow grey-green leaves. Retentive or moist soil but adaptable to most in sun or shade. (5-7) 75cm.
£7.30
5.00
Iris pseudacorus 'Spartacus'
Flag Iris
 2Lt
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.
£5.95
1.00
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.
£6.95
3.00
Iris 'Raspberry Blush' (Intermediate Bearded) (agm)
 2Lt
Raspberry-pink flowers with a lilac flush, deeper at the centre. Orange throat with a striking scarlet beard. Flowers May & June. Upright fans of leaves. Light, well drained soil in sun. (5-6) 60cm.
£6.95
5.00
Iris 'Rocket' (Tall Bearded)
(Tall Bearded)
 2Lt
Stiff stems topped with DEEP CHROME flowers with orange-chrome falls; May & June. Forms clumps of sword-like leaves from thick rhizomes. Plant with tubers on the surface. Well drained soil in full sun. 80x60cm.
£6.95
4.00
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
£6.95
4.00
Iris 'Snowcrest' (Siberian)
Siberian Iris
 1.4Lt
£4.65
5.00
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
2.00
Iris 'Spicy Cajun' (louisiana)
Water Iris
 2Lt
£5.95
3.00
Iris 'Tropic Night' (Siberian)
(Siberian Iris
 2Lt
Long stems topped with heads of velvety, VIOLET, veined flowers. Makes good clumps of upright, grass-like foliage. Prefers moisture-retentive, even damp, soil in sun or light shade. 90cms. Flowers: June-July
£6.95
5.00
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
2.00
Iris 'Tycoon' (Siberian)
Siberian Iris
 2Lt
One of the deepest coloured clones with dark violet-blue, delicately poised flowers; June & July. Narrow upright fans of grassy foliage. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cm.
£6.95
4.00
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
10.00
Iris 'White Swirl' (Siberian) (AGM)
Siberian Iris
 2Lt
Large, bold, white flowers with rounded flaring petals, yellow at the base; early summer. Narrow, upright leaves. Adaptable to most soils but prefers moist in sun or part shade. 100x50cm.
£6.95
5.00
Iris x robusta 'Dark Aura'
 2Lt
Emerging from rhizomes the leaves are dark red maturing to green with a distinct purple tinge at the base. Upright, dark purple stems are topped with 6-8 flowers the violet standards in curved, the drooping violet falls having a yellow, white edged 'thumb print'. For a retentive yet drained, neutral to acid soil in sun or part shade. 75cms.
£6.95
4.00
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
5.00
Jovellana punctata
Jovellana
 2Lt
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.
£6.50
7.00
Jovellana violacea (AGM)
 3Lt
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.
£8.20
1.00
Kalimeris incisa 'Blue Star'
 1.4Lt
A wondrous free flowering hybrid, with the whole plant smothered in clouds of small, yellow eyed, lilac-blue daisies all summer & autumn. Mo0unds of arching, finely cut leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-10) 60cm.
£4.95
11.00
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
£4.75
10.00
Kalimeris mongolica
 2Lt
Curious, erect, narrow clumps of slightly grey, pinnate leaves are topped by LILAC-PURPLE yellow-eyed daisies; summer. Looks much like an Aster but is a rare Mongolian native. Easily grown in ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cm.
£5.45
4.00
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
£4.70
2.00
Kalimeris yomena 'Shogun'
 2Lt
£6.45
12.00
Knautia macedonica 'Thunder & Lightning'
 1.4Lt
Small, semi evergreen, clump forming perennial with pinnate, downy, grey-green leaves with a wide creamy-white margin. Branched stems with pincushion-like, rich crimson red flowers, freely borne from mid to late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 35x45cm.
£4.75
12.00
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.
£6.95
6.00
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.
£6.95
1.00
Kniphofia 'Bressingham Gleam'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
A selection by Alan Bloom this smaller, grassy type kniphofia forms a clump of tightly held stems with slender, grassy leaves and upright stems bearing orange, topped golden-yellow beneath, poker flowers in summer.
£6.95
3.00
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.
£6.95
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
1.00
Kniphofia 'Jenny Bloom'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Lovely dwarf hybrid with narrow spikes of tightly packed, tubular, CREAMY-YELLOW & CORAL flower; July & August. Evergreen clumps of narrow, grassy leaves. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm.
£0.00
5.00
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.
£6.95
8.00
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
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
1.00
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
5.00
Kniphofia 'Pineapple Popsicle'
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
(Popsicle Series) Small poker with tufts if very fine, evergreen grassy leaves. Slender cones of creamy yellow flowers throughout summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-9) 40cm.
£6.95
12.00
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.
£6.95
10.00
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 '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
1.00
Kniphofia triangularis
Red Hot Poker
 2Lt
Wiry stems the short pokers OPEN RICH CORAL-RED TURNING CREAMY-YELLOW; June to October. There are many forms in cultivation. One of the hardiest species with sheaves of evergreen, grassy leaves. Prefers retentive soil in a sunny site. 80x45cms.
£6.95
2.00
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)
£4.50
2.00
Lamium maculatum 'White Nancy' (AGM)
Dead Nettle
 1.4Lt
Good spreading, semi-evergreen ground cover the leaves almost entirely silver. Short spikes of hooded white flowers provide a contrast. Any retentive soil in light shade. 30x60cm. Flowers: April-July.
£4.50
1.00
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
2.00
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
4.00
Lamprocapnos spectabilis (AGM)
Bleeding Heart
 1.4Lt
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.
£5.50
4.00
Lamprocapnos spectabilis (AGM)
Bleeding Heart
 2Lt
£6.35
1.00
Lamprocapnos spectabilis 'Alba' (AGM)
Bleeding Heart
 1.4Lt
Elegant perennial with attractive ferny foliage & tall, arching stems drooping with white lockets. Best in deep, rich, reasonably drained soil in cool growing conditions. 60x45cms. Flowers: May-June
£5.50
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
1.00
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
2.00
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
3.00
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
6.00
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
14.00
Lathyrus vernus (AGM)
Vetchling, Sweet Pea
 1.4Lt
Early spring flowerer of the small, herbaceous species. The spikes of pea like, purple-blue flowers emerge with the new, divided leaves in spring. Dormant by midsummer. Best in woodland type soil in light shade. (2-4)30cm.
£4.75
10.00
Lathyrus vernus 'Rosenelfe'
Herbaceous Pea
 1.4Lt
Harbinger of spring, with stems erupting from the ground in mid spring, with soft pink flowers following shortly afterwards. Dormant by midsummer. Humus rich, well drained soil in dappled shade. (3-5) 30cm.
£4.95
12.00
Leontodon sp.
 1.4Lt
Unidentified South African species much like a very showy dandelion. Basal clumps of elliptic, round lobed, bristly dark-green leaves. Branched, wiry stems with golden-yellow flowers during midsummer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-7) 60cm.
£4.45
1.00
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
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
1.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Exhibition'
Shasta Daisy
 2Lt
Medium sized, old Shasta Daisy, with good sized, just about semi-double to single white daisies around a golden yellow eye, from June to August. Basal clumps of toothed, glossy green leaves. Loved by bees. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 50cm.
£6.95
4.00
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 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
7.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Real Galaxy'
Shasta Daisy
 2Lt
£5.95
10.00
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
1.00
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
2.00
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.
£4.75
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
3.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Sonnenschein'
Shasta Daisy
 2Lt
(syn. Chrysanthemum max.) Large, daisy-like flowers of CREAMY-YELLOW with a rich-yellow centre; July & August. Robust clump-former with stiff, upright stems well clothed in toothed, rich green leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 60-90cms.
£6.95
10.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Starburst'
Shasta Daisy
 2Lt
One of the largest of the Shasta daisies with single, 6 inch pristine white daisies with a yolk yellow eye;- late summer. Rosettes of glossy, toothed leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 100cm.
£6.95
1.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'T.E.Killin' (AGM)
Shasta daisy
 1.4Lt
Large, double, white daisies with yellow anemone' centres; early summer to early autumn. Good vigorous clump former. Fertile, retentive soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm.
£4.95
2.00
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Wirral Supreme' (AGM)
Shasta Daisy
 1.4Lt
(syn. Chrysanthemum max.) Bold cottage-garden perennial the sturdy stems topped with large, DOUBLE WHITE flowers over a long period; July to September. Any reasonable soil; best in full sun. 90cms.
£4.50
1.00
Leucojum aestivum
Summer Snowflake
 2Lt
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.
£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
4.00
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
3.00
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.
£4.75
2.00
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.
£4.50
2.00
Liatris spicata 'Kobold'
Gayfeather
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.75
11.00
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
10.00
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
3.00
Libertia elegans
 2Lt
£6.45
6.00
Libertia peregrinans 'Gold Leaf'
Libertia
 2Lt
Gently running evergreen foliage plants with fans of leathery gold suffused green leaves with a burnished orange central vein, making the leaf look burnished gold. Airy sprays of small white flowers during summer. Well drained but never dry soil in sun. (6-8)40cm.
£6.95
5.00
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.
£6.95
26.00
Ligularia dentata 'Osiris Fantaisie'
Leopard Plant
 1.4Lt
Shorter form with rather dramatic, deeply toothed glossy green leaves with maroon backs, held on bright red stems. Large heads of golden daisies during late summer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 50cm.
£5.65
3.00
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
3.00
Ligularia x yoshizoeana 'Palmatiloba'
Leopard Plant
 2Lt
(dentata x japonica) Branching heads of BRIGHT ORANGE daisies in late summer. Large, elegant clumps of deeply cut basal leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. 150x90cm.
£6.95
5.00
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 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 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
Toadflax
 1.4Lt
Many tall, upright stems carrying slender spikes of tiny, two lipped, bright purple flowers creating a delicate effect throughout summer. Attractive, small, grey-blue leaves. Light, free draining soil in full sun. Ht: 75cms.
£4.50
10.00
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.
£4.50
1.00
Linum perenne
Perennial Flax
 1.4Lt
coll;-Siberia. A more compact form of this lovely perennial with clusters of large, mid-blue, cup-shaped flowers; over a long period in summer. Narrow grey-green leaves on wiry stems. Ordinary, well drained soil in sun. 45x45cm.
£4.50
10.00
Liriope muscari 'Christmas Tree'
Lily Turf
 1.4Lt
Selected for it's broad, dark evergreen leaves, forming arching clumps. Spikes of strong purple flowers. Needs a sheltered spot, to make it vigorous. Humus rich soil in part or full shade. (8-11) 30cm.
£4.95
11.00
Liriope muscari 'Ingwersen'
Lily Turf
 1.4Lt
Strong, vigorous evergreen with arching clumps of narrow, dark-green leaves. Short spikes of lilac-purple flowers from purple buds are freely produced in autumn followed occasionally by fruit. Good ground cover for retentive soil in sun or shade. 30cm.
£4.95
18.00
Liriope muscari 'Moneymaker'
Liriope
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
13.00
Liriope muscari 'Royal Purple'
Lilyturf
 1.4Lt
Spreading clumps of evergreen, shining, grassy, arching leaves from which arise dense spikes of grape-like DEEP PURPLE flowers in autumn. Fertile, moist yet drained soil in sun or shade. 30x45cms.
£4.95
13.00
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
4.00
Liriope muscari 'Webster Wideleaf'
 1.4Lt
Evergreen clumps of dark green, grassy, arching leaves which are broader than most forms. Dense spikes of lilac-blue flowers in autumn. Fertile, moist yet well drained soil in sun or shade. 40cms. (8-10)
£4.70
1.00
Liriope spicata
Lilyturf
 1.4Lt
Chinese evergreen species with a rhizomatous root. Arching clumps of narrow, dark green leaves & spikes of small bell shaped pale violet flowers in late summer followed by black berries. Rich, not too dry or chalky soil in part or full shade. (8-9) 25cm.
£4.95
8.00
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
1.00
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
1.00
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
2.00
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.
£4.75
4.00
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.
£7.30
3.00
Lychnis chalcedonica (AGM)
Maltese Cross
 1.4Lt
Tall, wiry stems carry heads of small but beautiful VERMILLION-RED crosses; unremarkable glossy foliage. Fertile soil in sun. 90x45cm. Flowers: July-August.
£4.50
11.00
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 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.
£4.75
8.00
Lychnis viscaria 'Splendens Plena' (AGM)
Catchfly
 1.4Lt
Large, loose clusters of GLOWING, DEEP CERISE-PINK DOUBLE flowers; May to August. Tufts of narrow evergreen leaves tinged purple. Well drained soil in full sun. 45x45cm.
£4.75
12.00
Lychnis x arkwrightii 'Vesuvius'
Campion
 1.4Lt
(Campion) A lovely plant for a hot border' with foliage of a deep smokey-purple. Large SCARLET-RED flowers are freely produced in mid-summer. For a well drained site in sun or part shade. 45x45cm. June to September.
£4.75
12.00
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
12.00
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
8.00
Lycoris radiata
Red Spider Lily
 1Lt
£4.45
1.00
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
8.00
Lysimachia cf. terrestris
Loosestrife
 2Lt
£6.35
1.00
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
2.00
Lysimachia ephemerum
Loosestrife
 2Lt
A lovely foliage perennial with silver-grey leaves lining strong stems topped by dense spires of WHITE flowers; July & August. Moist soil in sun or shade. 90x45cms.
£6.50
9.00
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
2.00
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
1.00
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.
£6.50
7.00
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
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
1.00
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
1.00
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
4.00
Maianthemum stellatum
Star Flower
 2Lt
A vigorous colonizer the arching growth topped by fluffy, scented, creamy-white spikes; March-April. Any not too dry soil in shade. 30x90cms.
£6.95
5.00
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
2.00
Mathiasella bupleuroides 'Green Dream'
Mathiasella
 2Lt
£6.45
1.00
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.
£4.75
17.00
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
7.00
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
1.00
Meconopsis 'Branklyn' (George Sherriff Group)
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.
£9.50
10.00
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
3.00
Mertensia virginica (AGM)
Virginia Cowslip
 1.4Lt
(syn.pulmonarioides) A most desirable plant with oval, soft blue-green leaves. Arching stems are topped by clusters of funnel-shaped RICH BLUE flowers; April to June. Goes dormant in late summer. Fertile well drained soil in sun or shade. 45x45cms..
£4.70
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
1.00
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
2.00
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
5.00
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
5.00
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
1.00
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
3.00
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
1.00
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 bradburyana
Wild Bergamot
 2Lt
Species from The Great Plains of America. Erect, square stems with pointed, highly aromatic, purple flushed leaves. Whorls of tubular, hooded purple flowers, held in darker purple calyces; late summer. Retentive soil in sun or light shade. 60cm.
£5.95
1.00
Monarda 'Bubblegum'
Bergamot
 2Lt
A great new compact selection from the USA. Forming a dense bush of aromatic leaves with a stunning display of large, long lived, hot pink, crown like flowers through the summer. Bee and butterfly favourite.
£6.95
7.00
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
1.00
Monarda 'Cambridge Scarlet' (AGM)
Bergamot, Bee Balm
 2Lt
£6.95
13.00
Monarda didyma 'Grape Gumball'
Bergamot
 2Lt
A more compact variety making good clumps of firm stems topped with mop-heads of vibrant, grape-magenta flowers from mid summer on; attractive to bees & butterflies. Mildew resistant, ovate green leaves. All parts aromatic. Prefers a retentive yet drained, fertile soil in sun or psrt shade. 60-75cms.
£6.95
6.00
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
3.00
Monarda didyma 'Purple Lace'
Bergamot
 2Lt
Much shorter than most cultivars this has excellent mildew resistance & multiplies well. Whorls of nettle like aromatic leaves topped by whorls of hooded rich purple pink flowers; midsummer. can be grown in pots. Retentive soil. 40cm.
£6.95
2.00
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.
£6.95
20.00
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 'Jacob Cline'
Bergamot
 2Lt
£6.95
2.00
Monarda 'Mahogany'
Wild Bergamot
 2Lt
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.
£6.35
2.00
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
1.00
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 '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
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
3.00
Morina longifolia
Whorlflower
 2Lt
£6.45
1.00
Mukdenia rossii
 2Lt
(syn. Aceriphyllum) Slow spreadingg woodlander from N.E Asia. Palmate bronze tinted mid green leaves. Panicles of creamy white flowers just above the leaves in spring. Leafy, moist light soil in part shade with plenty of summer moisture. 30x45cm.
£6.45
12.00
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
18.00
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
£4.75
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
Narcissus 'Angel's Whisper'
Daffodil
 1Lt
(Triandrus) Lovely new dwarf narcissus with soft yellow, swept back petals and lemon yellow cup; April. Excellent for pots, rockery and massed garden planting for a reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 25-30cms.
£2.45
3.00
Narcissus 'Hawera'
Daffodil
 1Lt
(Triandrus) Popular, dwarf multi head with 2 -6 creamy yellow flowers per stem; April. Ideal for pots, rockery, massed garden planting. Reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 20cms.
£2.25
12.00
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.
£4.75
2.00
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.
£4.75
5.00
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
1.00
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.
£4.75
11.00
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.
£4.75
3.00
Nepeta nervosa 'Blue Moon'
Catmint
 1.4Lt
Unusual species from Kashmir, needing a more retentive spot. Gently creeping root with erect stems having smooth, deeply veined leaves. Dense, whorled spikes of narrowly tubular, rich blue flowers throughout summer. Sun or part shade. (5-7) 45cm.
£4.75
4.00
Nepeta nuda 'Purple Cat'
Catmint
 1.4Lt
Taller, upright species with grey-green, hairy leaves. Dense whorl like spikes of small, narrowly tubular, lilac-purple flowers all summer. Well scented all over. well drained soil in sun. (6-9) 120cm.
£4.75
10.00
Nepeta racemosa 'Little Titch'
Catmint
 1.4Lt
Dwarf form of spreading habit. Finely hairy, aromatic, mid-green leaves. Long, whorled spikes of pale lavender-blue flowers all summer. Good for edging. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 20x45cm.
£4.75
1.00
Nepeta racemosa 'Snowflake'
Catmint
 1.4Lt
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
£4.75
8.00
Nepeta racemosa 'Snowflake'
Catmint
 2Lt
£6.95
2.00
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
1.00
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.
£4.75
12.00
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.
£4.75
12.00
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.
£4.75
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
1.00
Nepeta x faassenii 'Kit Kat'
Catmint
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.75
2.00
Nepeta x faassenii 'Kit Kat'
Catmint
 2Lt
£6.95
5.00
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
1.00
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
4.00
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
5.00
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
3.00
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
5.00
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
4.00
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 '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
2.00
Oenothera fruticosa 'W.Cuthbertson'
Evening Primrose
 1.4Lt
Compact form, with heads of papery, silky cup-shaped rich golden-yellow flowers on short stems in early summer. Basal rosettes of red fluahed pale-green leaves. Well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 45cm.
£4.75
11.00
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.
£4.75
9.00
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
1.00
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.
£5.00
6.00
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
1.00
Omphalodes verna 'Elfenauge'
Blue-eyed Mary
 1.4Lt
Moist, moderately fertile, humus-rich soil in part shade. 20x30cms+.
£4.65
3.00
Ophiopogon 'Black Dragon'
 1.4Lt
Tufted evergreen forming clumps of leathery, narrowly strap like, near black, glossy leaves. Short spikes of white-lilac flowers in summer followed by black fruit. Fertile, retentive soil in sun or part shade. 20cms.
£4.95
12.00
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
7.00
Ophiopogon chingii
 1.4Lt
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.
£4.95
10.00
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
20.00
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.,
£4.75
20.00
Ophiopogon japonicus
Mondo Grass
 1.4Lt
Tufted evergreen clump former with tights mats of leathery, grassy dark green leaves, spreading gently by stolons. Clusters of small, bell-shaped lilac-white flowers, followed by metallic purple-blue berries in autumn. never too dry soil in sun or shade, out of cold winds. (8-9) 15cm.
£4.75
12.00
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
1.00
Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Little Tabby'
 2Lt
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.
£7.50
1.00
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.
£6.95
1.00
Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens' (AGM)
Black Grass
1.5lt
£6.75
1.00
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.
£4.75
3.00
Origanum laevigatum 'Hopleys'
Marjoram
 1.4Lt
Useful late flowering aromatic perennial herb with hairy leaves and an abundance of semi-lax stems with clusters of PINK-PURPLE flowers - much loved by bees & butterflies; August & September. Well drained, sunny position. 60x60cms.
£4.75
17.00
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.
£4.75
2.00
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
1.00
Origanum vulgare 'Thumble's Variety'
Wild Marjoram
 2Lt
£6.95
10.00
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
1.00
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
2.00
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
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
4.00
Osteospermum 'Cannington Roy'
Sun Daisy
 1.4Lt
Good, reliably hardy, spreading ground cover, forming mats evergreen, spoon shaped leaves. Large, daisy like, lilac purple tipped white daisies, ageing mauve pink, with purple reverses when shut in the evening;-summer & autumn. Sheltered, well drained spot. 20cm.
£4.50
7.00
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
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.
£4.75
14.00
Pachyphragma macrophyllum
 2Lt
£6.45
1.00
Pachysandra procumbens (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Rarely seen semi-evergreen from S.E USA, with whorls of toothed, grey green leaves, with brown mottling, taking on superb winter colour. Short spikes of white flowers, with pink anthers in late spring. Very slow. Humus rich, woodland soil in shade. (4-5) 25cm.
£5.45
12.00
Pachysandra terminalis 'Variegata' (AGM)
 3Lt
Good evergreen carpeter with whorls of glossy, green and cream variegated foliage. Heads of small greenish-white flowers; Feb-March. Spreads by underground stems. Any reasonable soil in shade. 20cms x indefinite.
£8.75
2.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'Agida'
Paeony
 2Lt
Traditional cottage garden style paeony with almost fully double, carmine-red flowers tipped silvery-pink; late spring & early summer. Good rich fertile soil in sun or part shade. 75x60cm.
£9.95
2.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'Border Gem'
Sumptuous, slightly ruffled, large double white blooms, a hint of blush pink & a boss of yellow stamens; June-July. Slow clump forming perennial the architectural leaves giving good autumn colour. For a retentive, fertile soil in sun or part shade. Resents root disturbance. 75cms  
£9.95
4.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'Bowl Of Beauty'(AGM)
Imperial Peony
 2Lt
Striking form with an OUTER BOWL OF BRIGHT PINK PETALS FILLED WITH LEMONY-CREAM PETALOIDS. Clumps of handsome foliage giving good spring & autumn colour. Prefers humus-rich, deep, reasonably drained soil in sun. 90x75cms. Flowers: Early summer.
£9.95
5.00
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.
£9.95
3.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'Edulis Superba'
Peony
 2Lt
A beautiful variety of this popular cottage garden plant with very large CLEAR ROSE-PINK flowers freely produced well clear of the foliage; May & June. Good as a cut flower. Long lived in well drained rich soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cms.
£9.95
4.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'Inspecteur Lavergne'
Peony
 2Lt
Unusual, fully double, heavily frilled crimson-red flowers with incurved petals. Well scented. The divided leaves take on good autumnal colour. Humus rich, retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 75cm.
£9.95
2.00
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.
£9.95
4.00
Paeonia lactiflora 'Sarah Bernhardt' (AGM)
Double Peony
 2Lt
An abundance of DOUBLE, sweetly perfumed, APPLEBLOSSOM-PINK blooms TIPPED SILVER over a long period. Bold clumps of foliage giving good spring & autumn colour. Humus-rich, reasonably drained soil in sun. 90x75cms. Flowers: E. summer
£9.95
4.00
Paradisea lusitanica
Paradise Lily
 1.4Lt
Upright clump former, with basal rosettes of linaer leaves. Loose racemes of trumpet-shaped fragrant white flowers all summer. Humus reich, fertile yet excellently drained soil in sun. Beware of slugs. (7-8) 90cm.
£4.95
4.00
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
£4.75
9.00
Penstemon heterophyllus 'Heavenly Blue'
Foothill Pernstemon
 1.4Lt
Almost evergreen with linear, leathery leaves in basal clumps. Short spikes of rich, clear violet-blue widely flared, tubular flowers in midsummer. Good for the front of the border. Fertile well drained soil in full sun. 60x60cm.
£4.75
12.00
Penstemon 'Mother Of Pearl'
Beard Tongue
 1.4Lt
Very large, tubular, ALMOST ENTIRELY WHITE flowers flushed with the merest hint of pearly pink & blue with darker markings in the throat. Needs a well drained soil in a sunny well drained site. 75x45cm. Flowers: July to September
£4.75
11.00
Penstemon 'Pensham Plum Jerkum'
Beard Tongue
 1.4Lt
One of the Pensham series with bold spikes of deepest plum-violet flowers with a white throat which is heavily mottled violet. Flowers June to the frosts. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-10) 55cm.
£4.75
17.00
Penstemon 'Pensham Wedding Day'
Beard Tongue
 1.4Lt
One of the Pensham series with spikes of slightly smaller, flattened ivory white flowers, more like a species than a barbatus hybrid;- May to the frosts. Best in a well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-10) 55cm.
£4.75
14.00
Penstemon pinifolius 'Mersea Yellow'
Beard Tongue
 1Lt
Spreading evergren sub-shrub, with crowded, need like dark-green leaves. Loose, terminal spike-like racemes of narrow YELLOW flowers are freely produced in summer. Well drained, retentive soil in full sun & shelter. (6-8) 30cm. A little weak initially.
£3.99
2.00
Penstemon 'Raven' (AGM)
Beard Tongue
 1.4Lt
Tall erect habit. Deep purple flowers with a white throat, streaked dark reddish-purple. Stems & leaves are flushed purple. Flowers all summer & autumn. Take cuttings as a precaution. Well drained soil in sun. 90x60cm.
£4.75
13.00
Penstemon 'Sour Grapes' (AGM)
Beard Tongue
 1.4Lt
(syn.Margery Fish') Lovely, rich plummy-burgundy trumpets with a metallic hue; July to September. One of the more hardy varieties but should be protected in winter. Well drained soil in sun. 75x60cms.
£4.75
16.00
Penstemon virgatus 'Blue Buckle'
 1Lt
Selected from the wild New Mexican species, this has dense panicles of large blue-purple, tubular flowers in late summer. Rosettes of semi-evergreen, narrow, glossy leaves. Well drained, sheltered spot in sun. (7-9) 30cm.
£3.99
1.00
Persicaria affinis 'Darjeeling Red' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Long spikes of Palest pink flowers ageing cherry red; July to September. Excellent, evergreen carpeter with long, green leaves turning bronze in winter. Tolerant of most soils in sun or shade but does best in moist conditions. 20x50cms.
£5.35
5.00
Persicaria affinis 'Donald Lowndes' (AGM)
Knotweed
 1.4Lt
Dense mat former with elliptic lance shaped leaves with a silvery central vein. Narrow pokers of DEEP PINK flowers fading to red then long lasting seed heads; June to September. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 30x60cm.
£5.35
12.00
Persicaria affinis 'Kabouter'
Fleece Flower
 1.4Lt
Very compact form with spreading mats of red flashed leaves turning an attractive rust colour in autumn. Short, erect spikes of soft rose flowers from red buds during early summer. Excellent edger for any soil in sun or shade. (5-7) 15x50cm.
£5.95
4.00
Persicaria amplexicaulis 'Blackfield'
 2Lt
Erect, non invasive knotweed with large, pointed dark-green leaves & long, erect spikes of darkest-red flowers in profusion;- early summer. Long flowering & easy in retentive soil in sun or shade. 90x90cm.
£6.95
4.00
Persicaria amplexicaulis 'Fat Domino'
Red Silk Fleece
 2Lt
Bushy perennial with short, fat spikes of glowing crimson-red flowers from midsummer to the frosts. Mounds of pointed, glossy green leaves. Best in a retentive, even moist soil in sun or shade. (7-10) 85cm.
£6.95
1.00
Persicaria amplexicaulis 'Golden Arrow'
Golden Fleeceweed
 1.4Lt
Strong growing clump former with large, heart shaped gold leaves, especially strong in spring more lime-green by summer. Narrow spikes of cardinal-red flowers during late summer & autumn. Retentive soil, colouring best in sun, although tolerant of part shade. (7-9) 90cm.
£4.95
4.00
Persicaria amplexicaulis 'Inverleith'
Knotweed
 2Lt
Lovely plant for all seasons. A big leafy clump is topped by short erect pokers of dark crimson-red flowers freely produced from june to september. Foliage takes on good autumnal colour. Any retentive soil in sun or part shade. 60x75cm.
£6.50
2.00
Persicaria amplexicaulis 'JS Delgado'
Fleece Weed
 2Lt
Compact form with long, narrow spikes of glowing rich-red flowers throughout summer into autumn. Mounds of large, arrow shaped leaves. Strong growing clump former for a retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 50cm.
£6.45
4.00
Persicaria bistorta carnea (AGM)
Knotweed
 2Lt
Small, light pink bottlebrushes on branching stems; early summer. Good broad basal leaves. Flowers best in retentive or moist soil but adaptable. 60x60cm.
£6.45
3.00
Persicaria bistorta 'Hohe Tatra'
Bistort
 2Lt
Vigorous clump forming semi-evergreen, with short, dense, cylindrical, deep-pink pokers; early summer to mid-autumn. Narrow, dark green leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade, but will tolerate drier condition than most. 75x60cm.
£6.45
10.00
Persicaria regeliana
Knotweed
 2Lt
Similar to P.bistorta. White flowers with a mushroom tint; early summer. Strong clump former with bold basal leaves. Adaptable to most condition but flowers longer in moist conditions. 60x60cm.
£6.35
1.00
Persicaria 'Silver Dragon'
Knot weed
 1.4Lt
A robust, mound-forming, slow spreading, semi-evergreen perennial with very attractive, narrowly heart-shaped, pointed, purple- and bronze-flushed, silvery grey-green leaves. Open clusters of tiny white flowers in late summer and early autumn. Good ground cover for any reasonable moist yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x90cms
£4.95
1.00
Persicaria 'Silver Dragon'
Knot weed
 2Lt
£6.45
11.00
Persicaria virginiana filiformis
Knotweed
 2Lt
Ovate, red flushed leaves, withy a strong red narrow chevron. Long airy, wispy spikes of small deep-red flowers. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. Needs a sheltered site. (8-10) 75cm.
£5.95
9.00
Petasites japonicus giganteus
Giant Butterbur
 2Lt
A strong growing, possibly invasive spreader for a moist soil. Basal clumps of deeply veined, large, heart-shaped, deep-green leaves. Stout stems carry rounded heads of greenish-white daisies, before the leaves during spring. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. (3-4) 120x120cm.
£6.35
1.00
Petasites japonicus giganteus 'Nishiki-buki'
Butterbur
 1.4Lt
Extremely vigorous spreading ground cover for retentive soils. Huge leaves irregularly splashed & mottled cream appear after the round heads of creamy-yellow flowers. Sun or shade. (3-4) 90cm.
£4.65
1.00
Phlomis cashmeriana
 1.4Lt
Whorls of pale purple-pink, hooded flowers stud the stems; from mid to late summer. Showy Himalayan native with narrow, heart-shaped leaves, woolly beneath. Well drained soil in sun. 60x45cm.
£4.95
12.00
Phlomis russelliana (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Stout stems with whorls of SOFT BUTTER-YELLOW, hooded flowers; all summer. Basal rosettes of large, coarse leaves. Evergreen perennial for a dry, sunny border. Gives good winter structure. 90x60cm.
£4.95
18.00
Phlox paniculata 'Blue Boy'
Summer Phlox
 2Lt
Strong grower with large panicles of fragrant flowers of MAUVE-BLUE WITH A WHITE EYE; summer into mid autumn. Good mildew resistance. Fertile retentive soil in sun or part shade. 90x45cm.
£6.45
6.00
Phlox paniculata 'Franz Schubert'
Perennial Phlox
 2Lt
A popular border plant with heads of scented flowers of PALE LILAC-BLUE ON A WHITE BACKGROUND; July & August. Needs a moisture retentive, rich soil in sun or part shade. 75x60cms.
£5.95
3.00
Phlox paniculata 'Monica Lynden-Bell' (AGM)
Summer Phlox
 1.4Lt
This showy hybrid has large baby-pink flowers with a red flushed eye, emerging from red buds in in late summer. Well scented. Leafy stems have good disease resistance. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 75cm.
£4.75
13.00
Phlox paniculata 'Prince Of Orange' (AGM)
Summer Phlox
 1.4Lt
syn. 'Orange Perfection'. Startling colour break with domed heads of intense, seville orange flowers, more orange on cooler days but red on hot, summer days. Popular for it's colour but not the best for disease resistance. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 90cm.
£4.65
1.00
Phlox paniculata 'Starfire' (AGM)
Summer Phlox
 2Lt
Heads of good dark red, scented flowers; July to September. Dark green foliage. Any fertile, moisture holding soil in sun or part shade. 90cms.
£5.99
7.00
Phlox paniculata 'Tatjana'
Summer Phlox
 2Lt
Russian hybrid with domed heads of sweetly scented, bright cerise-pink flowers with a white stained centre, from late summer into autumn. Pairs of fresh green leaves. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-10) 75cm.
£6.50
11.00
Phlox paniculata 'Tiara'
Summer Phlox
 1.4Lt
The worlds first double flowered Phlox with densely packed domed heads of double white flowers, opening from green flushed buds;- midsummer into autumn. Rich, retentive soil in sun or light shade. (7-9) 50cm.
£4.75
12.00
Phlox paniculata 'Tiara'
Summer Phlox
 2Lt
£5.95
2.00
Phlox paniculata 'Windsor' (AGM)
Summer Phlox
 2Lt
Old variety with dense, domed heads of warm salmon-pink with a magenta-red eye;- late summer. Needs a retentive soil in sun or light shade in order to thrive. (7-8) 75cm.
£5.95
11.00
Phlox stolonifera 'Blue Ridge' (AGM)
Creeping Phlox
 1.4Lt
Loose clusters of LAREG, LAVENDER-BLUE; late spring through summer. Informal, mat-forming, more or less evergreen carpet of dark green leaves. Humus-rich, retentive soil with some shade but tolerates sun. 25x60cms.
£4.35
6.00
Phormium 'Red Sensation'
Dramatic sheaves of sword like, dark red brown, evergreen leaves. Upright stems of ric red flowers in summer. Clump forming perennial for a reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade in a reasonably sheltered position. 1m
£10.50
5.00
Phuopsis stylosa
 1.4Lt
Dense compact ground cover, with trailing stems carrying needle-like glaucous grey-green leaves with a Foxy scent when wet. Small flattened heads of narrow, trumpet shaped pink flowers smother the plant in late spring & early summer.(5-7)15cm
£4.45
8.00
Physalis alkekengi (AGM)
Chinese Lantern'
 1.4Lt
Old cottage-garden favourite the upright stems hang with golden-flame lanterns' which surround the fruit in autumn; these dry well for winter decoration. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cms.
£6.95
2.00
Physalis alkekengi franchettii
Chinese Lantern
 1.4Lt
Creeping perennial with heart shaped leaves turning yellow in autumn. Flared soft cream flowers during early summer followed by large inflated yet inedible orange fruits which persist through winter. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 50cm.
£4.45
8.00
Physalis alkekengi 'Halloween King'
Chinese Lantern
 1.4Lt
Dwarf form of this vigorous species which does not split. Short stems carry inconspicuous cream flowers during midsummer, followed by large, inflated, lantern like rich orange flowers which are persistent through autumn into winter. Easy in retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 35cm.
£4.70
1.00
Plectranthus argentatus (AGM)
 3Lt
Tender perennial for a frost free spot, with barnching stems carrying large, felted silver-grey hairy leaves. narrow wispy spikes of small, tubular sky-blue flowers in late summer. good in pots. gritty, well drained soil in full sun. (6-8) 45cm.
£7.95
6.00
Podophyllum 'Kaleidoscope'
May Apple
 1.4Lt
Superb but painfully slow foliage plant with big, umbrella like leaves with heavy silver blotching & a central black ring. Nodding dark red flowers hang beneath the leaves in late spring. Fussy needing a rich woodland soil in part shade. (5-6) 60cm.
£6.45
2.00
Podophyllum versipelle 'Spotty Dotty'
May Apple
 1.4Lt
Woodlander with toothed, palmate leaves, pale green with heavy black spotting. Nodding burgundy red flowers nestle in the crown in late spring. Cool, retentive, woodland soil in part shade. (5-6) 40cm.
£7.95
23.00
Polemonium caeruleum
Jacob's Ladder
 1.4Lt
Silky cup-shaped, LAVENDER-BLUE flowers with orange stamens; May to July. Basal clumps of finely divided foliage. Any fertile soil in sun. 60x60cms.
£4.45
6.00
Polemonium caeruleum 'Brise D'anjou'
Jacob's Ladder
 1.4Lt
Recently rediscovered in France. Deep green pinnate leaves are regularly margined golden-yellow. Cup-shaped, BLUE flowers with a yellow centre; midsummer. Fertile, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cm.
£5.00
5.00
Polemonium caeruleum caeruleum albiflorum
White Jacob's Ladder
 1.4Lt
Elegant, cottage garden perennial, forming basal mounds of pinnate, deeply cut, pale-green leaves. Heads of cup-shaped white flowers with yellow filments;- late spring & early summer. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 60cm.
£4.45
6.00
Polemonium 'Lambrook Mauve' (AGM)
Jacob's Ladder
 1.4Lt
Shallow, saucer-shaped, purple flowers on upright stems; May-June. Forms clumps of divided pinnate foliage. Any fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60x60cm.
£4.65
2.00
Polemonium 'Northern Lights'
Jacob's Ladder
 1.4Lt
One of the best hybrids, with large, LUMINOUS, RICH SKY-BLUE, cup shaped flowers on branching stems; all summer. Basal clumps of finely divided leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cm.
£5.00
1.00
Polemonium 'Pink Beauty'
Jacob's Ladder
 2Lt
Clusters of cup-shaped, lilac-pink flowers with a yellow eye; all summer. Basal clumps of pinnate, divided foliage slightly flushed purple. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
£5.95
2.00
Polemonium reptans 'Jacob's Gold'
Jacob's Ladder
 1.4Lt
Found locally at a wholesale nursery, this forms basal clumps of finely pinnate, mid-green leaves with a gold margin, more cream during summer. Branched stems with small, cup-shaped, sky-blue flowers, held during late spring & early summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-7) 40x40cm.
£4.65
3.00
Polemonium reptans 'Stairway To Heaven'
Jacob's Ladder
 1.4Lt
Grown as much for it's spectacular foliage as it's flowers. Billowing, semi evergreen mounds of pinnate leaves with a broad cream edge take on distinct pink tints when growing well. Heads of sky-blue flowers in spring. Well drained soil in sun. (4-5) 60cm.
£5.50
9.00
Polemonium reptans 'Stairway To Heaven'
Jacob's Ladder
 2Lt
£6.35
2.00
Polemonium reptans 'Touch Of Class'
Jacob's Ladder
 2Lt
Compact, well branched variegated form with pinnate dark-green leaves with a fine white margin, flushed pink on the new growth. Short spikes of good sized sky-blue flowers in late spring. Good ground cover for any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (4-6) 40cm.
£6.50
12.00
Polemonium yezoense hidakanum 'Bressingham Purple'
Jacob's Ladder
 1.4Lt
A pleasing combination of delicate, finely cut, smokey-brown leaves. Sprays of violet-blue flowers with a purple eye & yellow stamens, during late spring & early summer. Retentive, well drained soil in part shade or sun. (5-7)70cm.
£4.75
1.00
Polygonatum biflorum
Solomon's Seal
 1.4Lt
Gently creeping rhizomatous perennials, with arching stemshaving alternate, elliptic leaves with glaucous veining. Clusters of pendent, tubular greenish-white flowers in the leaf axils followed by black fruit. Fertile, rich, well drained soil in full or part shade. 75cm.
£4.65
2.00
Polygonatum cirrhifolium
Solomon's Seal
 1.4Lt
An unusual solomon's seal with whorls of narrow leaves on upright stems. Clusters of small lilac flowers in the leaf axils in early summer. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (5-6) 45cm.
£4.95
7.00
Polygonatum filipes
Solomon's Seal
 1.4Lt
Rarely seen species from forest thickets in Southern China. Arching stems with pairs of elliptic, ribbed, mid-green leaves. hanging clusters of green tinged, narrow white bells, followed by metallic-blue fruit. Retentive, humus rich soil in part or full shade. (4-5) 60cm.
£5.65
1.00
Polygonatum graminifolium
Solomon's Seal
 2Lt
Erect stems with pairs of opposite leaves crowded at the top of the stems. Long narrow tubular purple flowers on long stems hang from the leaf axils in early summer. Leafy, humus rich soil in part or full shade. (5-7) 30cm.
£6.95
5.00
Polygonatum hookeri
 1.4Lt
Completely unlike most peoples conception of Solomons Seal. Quick spreading mats of narrow, linear leaves. Short stems bear upfacing, flared, rich-pink flowers (2cm) in the leaf axils; early summer. Humus-rich, fertile soil in part or full shade. 10x60cm.
£4.65
10.00
Polygonatum humile
Solomon's Seal
 1.4Lt
Slender stems with lined with pendent, long, narrow, creamy-yellow flowers held in pairs; late spring. Purple-black fruits. Ovate leaves placed. Much confused with P.falcatum of gardens. Well drained, humus-rich soil in part or full shade. 15x45cm.
£4.95
5.00
Polygonatum orientale
Solomon's Seal
 1.4Lt
syn. P.polyanthemum. Shorter, strong growing species with pairs of lance shaped, smooth green leaves, hairy beneath. Hanging clusters of narrowly bell shaped, green tipped white flower during late spring. Cool, humus rich, woodland soil in full/part shade. (5-6) 40cm.
£5.35
3.00
Polygonatum prattii
Solomon's Seal
 1.4Lt
Distinct, dwarf Chinese species with short erect stems with very narrow, scattered, linear leaves. The stems are crowded in small, rather lilac-grey, bell-shaped flowers during mid to late spring. Gently creeps in a retentive, woodland soil in part or full shade. (4-6) 35cm.
£4.95
3.00
Polygonatum sp. SDR 1615
Solomon's Seal
 1Lt
Unidentified, tiny creeping species with erect stems clothed in whorls of very narrow, glossy green, linear leaves. Large, hanging bell-shaped dusky-purple flowers with flared deep purple mouths, hanging in clusters in the upper leaf axils during late spring. Cool, moist woodland soil in part shade. (5-6) 10cm.
£5.35
5.00
Polygonatum stewartianum
Solomon's Seal
 1.4Lt
Small & very slow to clump up therefore it will remain scarce in cultivation. Narrow lance shaped leaves on arching stems in whorls, with small clusters of tiny purple pink flowers in the leaf axils in spring. Retentive soil in part or full shade. 45x30
£4.95
4.00
Polygonatum verticillatum
Whorled Solomon's Seal
 1.4Lt
Willowy tall stems with whorls of very fine leaves. Small, nodding creamy white flowers with green rims in pairs in the leaf axils during late spring. Cool, moist woodland soil in part shade. (5-6) 120cm.
£4.95
2.00
Polygonatum x hybridum 'Weihenstephan'
Solomon's Seal
 1.4Lt
syn.P.h.multiflorum. Selected for it's pairs of larger, green tipped white bells which hang from every leaf axil during spring. Arching stems with pairs of opposite, elliptic, smooth green leaves. Cool, moist, woodland soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 90cm.
£5.45
4.00
Polygonatum yunnanense Og94.047
Solomon's Seal
 1.4Lt
Delightful small spreading species, initially collected by Midori Ogisu in China as a Disporum. Creeping rhizome with arching stems having pairs of smooth green oval leaves. Small hanging clusters of yellowish green flowers in the leaf axils in late spring & early summer. Cool, moist woodsy soil in part shade. (5-7) 25cm.
£4.95
1.00
Potentilla 'Arc en Ciel'
Cinquefoil
 1.4Lt
Open heads of very large, unusual bronze-red, fully double flowers with the petals often tipped golden-yellow. June-July. Spreading mats of felted, green leaves. Ht: 25cms.
£4.65
3.00
Potentilla atrosanguinea argyrophylla 'Golden Starlit'
Cinquefoil
 1.4Lt
Breeding true from seed, with small, clump forming perennial mats strawberry-like, deeply veined, grey-green leaves with a fine silver edge. Spreading stems, carry cup-shaped, bright yellow flowers over a long period through early summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 30x45cm.
£4.35
8.00
Potentilla atrosanguinea yellow flowered
 1.4Lt
£4.35
2.00
Potentilla 'Blazeaway'
Five Finger
 1.4Lt
Branching stems with cup-shaped SUFFUSED ORANGE-RED flowers; June-August. Good, low, ground covering perennial with greyish, strawberry-like leaves. Fertile well drained soil in sun. 45x60cms.
£4.65
3.00
Potentilla 'Esta Ann'
Cinquefoil
 1.4Lt
Spreading ground cover, forming mats of strawberry-like, hairy, dark-green leaves. Cup-shaped bright yellow flowers with a cherry-red centre during summer. Good edger for wel drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-8) 20cm.
£4.65
3.00
Potentilla 'Flambeau'
Cinquefoil
 1.4Lt
Heads of cup-shaped flowers suffused orange, red & gold double; all summer. Very showy form of this easy to grow, front of border perennial. Spreading mats of strawberry-like leaves. Fertile well drained soil in sun. 45x60cm.
£4.65
5.00
Potentilla hippiana
Colorado Silvery Cinquefoil
 1.4Lt
Wild collected near Calgary, this spreading perennial has rosettes of pinnate, intensely silver-haired leaves. Heads of canary-yellow flowers on wiry stems throughout summer. Easily grown in any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 20cm.
£4.65
2.00
Potentilla 'Monsieur Rouillard'
Cinquefoil
 1.4Lt
Old cultivar with double, mahogany-red flowers with just the faintest tips of yellow at the edges of the petals. The eye is deeper. Flowers over a long period during midsummer. STrawberry like leaves on radiating stems. Sun/pt.sh. (5-7) 30cm.
£4.65
1.00
Potentilla 'Mont d'Or'
Rosaceae
 1.4Lt
atrosanguinea hybrid with mats of strawberry like intensely silver leaves. Sprays of double golden yellow flowers over a long period;- June to August. Excellent edger for any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 30cm.
£4.35
2.00
Potentilla nepalensis 'Shogran'
Cinquefoil
 1.4Lt
Very dwarf, compact form, forming mats of ground-hugging, silver-grey leaves. Clusters of small, cup-shaped glowing cerise-pink flowers. with a red eye. Nam3d after the Himalayan village where it was found. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 20cm.
£4.35
2.00
Primula beesiana
Chinese Bog Primula
 1.4Lt
Long, upright stems with whorls of ROSE-CARMINE flowers with a yellow eye; May to July. A lovely Chinese bog primula forming a basal rosette of oval leaves. Moist soil in sun or shade. 60x30cms.
£4.75
10.00
Primula beesiana
Chinese Bog Primula
 2Lt
£6.45
4.00
Primula bulleyana (AGM)
Chinese Bog Primula
 1.4Lt
A Chinese bog primula with large leaves in rosettes. Long stems with whorls of ORANGE flowers from red buds. Moist soil in sun or shade. 60x30cm. Flowers: May to July.
£4.75
10.00
Primula denticulata 'Confetti Blue'
Primulaceae
 1.4Lt
Seed raised strain, a little variable but all good. Bare stems carry large, rounded heads of densely packed, sky-blue flowers with a white eye, during mid to late spring. Basal rosettes of crenated leaves. Retentive, even moist yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. (3-5) 30cm.
£4.35
1.00
Primula florindae (AGM)
Giant Cowslip
 1.4Lt
Tall stems topped with a crown of up to 40, fragrant, drooping, funnel-shaped, soft citrus-yellow flowers; July to September. Basal rosettes of ovate, mid-green leaves. Must have moisture and shade. 60cms.
£4.75
8.00
Primula 'Groenekan's Glorie' (prim)
Primrose
 1Lt
Old Dutch hybrid with small rosettes of coarsely crinkled dark green leaves. Shorts stems with deeply notched lilac-pink flowers with a small white halo around a tiny gold eye, early to mid spring. Retentive, well drained soil in dappled shade is best. (2-5) 10cm.
£4.65
2.00
Primula 'Hall Barn Blue'
Primrose
 1.4Lt
Stunning old hybrid of uncertain origin. Short stems carry rather small, mid-blue flowers with a tiny burgundy halo around the yellow eye. Flowers mid to late spring. Tight rosettes of glossy green leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (2-5) 10cm.
£4.45
2.00
Primula 'Iris Mainwaring'
Primrose
 1.4Lt
Old hybrid with simple, lilac-pink flowers with a fine deckled white edge. Small yellow eye. Flowers throughout spring. Neat basal rosettes of glossy green leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (2-5) 10cm.
£4.70
8.00
Primula japonica 'Apple Blossom'
Japanese Primula
 1.4Lt
Stout stems with whorls of white flowers heavily flushed apple blossom pink; late spring & early summer. Basal rosettes of spoon shaped pale green leaves. Best in moist soil in part shade. 45x45cm.
£4.75
6.00
Primula 'Kinlough Beauty'
Primrose
 1.4Lt
Small, creeping little Irish cultivar with mats of oval, deep green, crenated leaves. Short stems carry rich-pink flowers with rather random white stripes around the small yellow eye, during early to late spring. easy in retentive soil in sun or shade. (2-5) 5cm.
£4.75
15.00
Primula 'Old Port' (prim)
Polyanthus
 1.4Lt
A very old selection of polyanthus with striking, rich port red flowers with a gold eye;- early to late spring, nestling in the crown of the rosette of basal leaves. Retentive , well drained soil in sun or shade. (2-5) 10cm.
£4.50
3.00
Primula sieboldii 'Andromeda'
 1.4Lt
Selected here from open pollinated Japanese seed. This has hood sized pale-pink flowers with distinct, round lobed petals. Flowers April to June. Basal rosettes of downy, veined leaves. Best in a woodland type soil in part shade. (4-6) 20cm.
£4.65
3.00
Primula sieboldii 'Beeches Star'
Skamoosh
 1.4Lt
Selected here this distinctive hybrid has narrow, rather ragged tipped petals of bright cerise-purple flowers with a distinct star like white pattern at the centre. The flower fades pinkier with age. Rosettes of scallop shaped leaves. Summer dormant. (3-5) 25cm.
£4.65
5.00
Primula sieboldii 'Heart's Desire'
 1.4Lt
Selected here from open pollinated Japanese seed. This has much divided, rather gappy, dark, dusky-pink flowers with a small white eye & pale reverse. Flowers April to June. Basal rosettes of crinkled, downy, pale green leaves. Best in a retentive, woodland soil in part or full shade. (4-6) 15cm.
£4.65
2.00
Primula sieboldii 'Oriental Beauty'
 1.4Lt
Large flowers the gappy, lilac-rose, lacy petals suffused white at the centre. Lovely rich rose reverse & buds: late spring & early summer. Mats of pale green, lobed, soft leaves. Gently spreading woodlander for a cool spot in a humus rich soil in shade. 30cm.
£4.70
3.00
Primula 'Tawny Port'
Primula
 1.4Lt
vulgaris hybrid. An old hybrid with small rosettes of bronze-purple, crenated & wrinkled leaves. Short stems carry gappy petalled, dark, reddish-purple flowers with a small yellow eye, during spring. Retentive soil in part shade is best. (2-4) 10cm.
£4.75
11.00
Primula 'Theodora'
Primrose
 1.4Lt
Can be traced back to Norfolk in the 1940's this distinct form has a profusion of good sized, vibrant mauve-pink flowers with a yellow eye, during spring. Rosettes of deeply veined, glossy green leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (2-5) 10cm.
£4.70
7.00
Primula 'Wanda'
Primrose
 1.4Lt
Spreading mats of ribbed, purple-green, semi evergreen leaves topped with an abundance of purple-magenta primroses; Feb -March. Divide clumps as necessary. An heirloom variety established in gardens from way back. Fertile, retentive soil in dappled shade. 8 x 45cms.
£4.45
8.00
Prosartes hookeri oreganum
 1.4Lt
Small clump forming perennial making a creeping colony of oblong leaves which are hairy beneath. Hanging six petalled bell shaped creamy white flowers in early summer followed bvy scarlet berries. Humus rich retentive soil in part or full shade. 45x45cm
£4.95
1.00
Prosartes smithii
Fairybells
 1.4Lt
Charming, pendant, IVORY bells in spring turning later into conspicuous orange berries over clumps of attractive, fresh-green leaves. Rich woodland soil in shade. 30x30cms.
£5.35
3.00
Pulmonaria 'Ballyrogan Blue'
Lungwort
 2Lt
An excellent selection bearing clusters of stunning azure blue flowers; spring. Attractive to bees. Forms mounds of evergreen lance-shaped, green leaves with silver spotting. For part or full shade in a retentive yet free draining soil. 25x25cm. Bred by Gary Dunlop of Ballyrogan Gardens.
£6.95
4.00
Pulmonaria 'Blue Ensign'
Soldiers & Sailors
 1.4Lt
A gem with plain, velvety, almost black leaves and sprays of vivid gentian-blue flowers; March to May. Any fertile soil in full or part shade. 20x45cm.
£4.95
15.00
Pulmonaria 'Cotton Cool'
Lungwort
 1.4Lt
Strikingly handsome, evergreen, long narrow leaves which become almost entirely silver by midsummer, with a slight green marbling. Deep violet-blue flowers; late winter to late spring. Fertile humus rich soil in part or full shade. 30x60cm.
£5.50
4.00
Pulmonaria 'Ice Ballet' (Classic Series)
Lungwort
 1.4Lt
Strong growing hybrid, with large, silver spotted leaves. Sprays of pure white flowers during early spring. A great improvement on Sissinghust White'. Less prone to summer mildews. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (2-4) 30cm.
£4.65
1.00
Pulmonaria 'Majeste'
Lungwort
1.5lt
A selection similar to Cotton Cool' but with even larger, almost completely silver, evergreen leaves. Provides a good foil for the deep violet flowers; late winter to late spring. Humus-rich, retentive soil in part or full shade. 30x60cm.
£6.85
1.00
Pulmonaria 'Mrs. Kittle
Lungwort
 2Lt
Much sought after hybrid with clusters of LIGHT ROSE flowers; March to May. Medium sized deep green leaves with a regular white spotting. Best in retentive soil in sun or shade. 45x45cm.
£6.95
8.00
Pulmonaria officinalis Cambridge Blue group
Lungwort,
 2Lt
An excellent ground-covering variety for difficult sites with spotted heart shaped leaves. Clusters of cup shaped pale blue flowers are freely produced in spring. An evergreen variety. Fertile soil in full or part shade. 60x45cm. (6-9)
£6.95
11.00
Pulmonaria 'Raspberry Splash'
Lungwort
 1.4Lt
Rosettes of very small, soft green leaves with a fine silver speckling. Very large heads of tubular, violet & raspberry-pink flowers in spring. Needs moisture in summer. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (3-4) 30cm.
£4.70
3.00
Pulmonaria 'Roy Davidson'
Lungwort
 2Lt
A hybrid of P.longifolia . Dense, semi-evergreen basal clumps of narrow dark green leaves are regularly spotted creamy white. Clusters of spode-blue flowers; late spring & early summer. Fertile soil in part or full shade. 30x45cm.
£6.50
7.00
Pulmonaria rubra albocorollata
Lungwort
 2Lt
Basal clumps of evergreen, large rather pale yellow-green heart-shaped unspotted leaves. Clusters of very narrow pure-white unmarked flowers from pale-green bracts in late winter & early spring. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (2-4) 30cm.
£6.75
5.00
Pulmonaria saccharata 'Dora Bielefeld'
Lungwort
 1.4Lt
Lovely new German introduction. Green leaves spotted pale green with sprays soft rose-pink flowers emerging from coral-pink buds; March-April. Moisture retentive soil in part shade. 20x60cms.
£4.75
16.00
Pulmonaria 'Saint Ann's'
Boraginaceae
 2Lt
Selected at Bressingham for it's early flowering, it forms neat mounds of pale green leaves. Very profuse with it's mid blue flowers from pink buds;- February to May. not the showiest but a good doer. Retentive soil in part shade, (2-5) 30cm.
£6.35
3.00
Pulmonaria 'Silver Bouquet'
Lungwort
1.5lt
Superb foliage plants with broad, pointed almost entirely silver leaves with just a small amount of green visible, more so at flowering in spring. Bright pink buds turn red & finally vibrant gentian-blue ;- spring. Best in a retentive spot in part or full shade. (2-4) 30cm.
£6.85
1.00
Pulmonaria 'Sissinghurst White' (AGM)
Lungwort
 1.4Lt
Delightful shade-loving ground-cover plant with clusters of tubular white flowers over white blotched foliage. Retentive soil in part shade. 25cms. Flowers: March-May
£4.95
2.00
Pulmonaria 'Stillingfleet Meg'
Lungwort
 1.4Lt
Selected by National Collection holder, Vanessa Cooke for it's excellent summer mildew resistance. Semi-evergreen, heart-shaped, mid-green leaves regularly spotted silver. Soft blue flowers emerge pink. Retentive soil in part shade. (3-4)
£4.75
4.00
Pulmonaria 'Trevi Fountain'
Lungwort
 2Lt
Attractive, reliably evergreen lungwort with heart-shaped, rich green leaves covered in a regular aluminium spotting. Sprays of tubular, rich-blue flowers on well branched stems during spring. Retentive, well drained soil in part or full shade. 30x45cm.
£6.75
1.00
Pulmonaria 'Wendy Perry'
Lungwort
 2Lt
A rarer, older selection beariong clusters of sky blue flowers turning pink with age; March - May. Attractive to bees. Vigorous yet neat mounds of light green, evergreen leaves heavily spotted silver. Prefers a retentive yet free draining, fertile soil in part or full shade. 30x30cms.
£6.95
3.00
Pulsatilla serotina
Pasque Flower
 1.4Lt
Often considered a subspecies of rubra, this tufted clump former has very finely cut, silky hairy divided leaves. Clusters of wide, open, cup-shaped rich reddish purple flowers with a gold centre, during mid to late spring. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (3-5) 20cm.
£5.65
1.00
Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Alba' (AGM)
Pasque Flower
 1.4Lt
Nodding, open bell-shaped, white flowers; April & May. Forms clumps of fern-like, silvery, hairy foliage. Fertile well drained soil in sun. 30x30cms.
£4.50
13.00
Pulsatilla vulgaris red flowered
Pasque Flower
 1.4Lt
Forms spreading clumps of fern-like, silver foliage topped by chalices of blood-red flowers; April & May. Fertile well drained soil in sun. 30x30cms.
£4.50
16.00
Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rode Klokke'
Pasque flower
 1.4Lt
(Red Clock') Selected clone of our popular native plant forming clumps of finely cut fern like hairy leaves. Nodding claret red flowers emerge from silky hairy buds in late spring. Rich soil in sun or part shade. 30x30cm.
£4.45
11.00
Pycnanthemum curvipes
American Mountain Mint
 1.4Lt
A rhizomatous, clump forming, strongly aromatic mint, with erect stems having narrow, silvery-grey leaves. Terminal heads of small, whorled, tubular white to lilac-pink flowers throughout summer are much loved by bees. Free draining soil in sun or part shade., (6-8) 50x45cm.
£4.65
4.00
Pycnanthemum virginianum
Mountain Mint
 1.4Lt
Unusual very tough mountain mint with strongly aromatic, finely divided narrow leaves. Whorls of small tubular white mint like flowers finely spotted purple;- mid to late summer. Never too dry soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 60cm.
£4.35
2.00
Ranunculus amplexicaulis
White Birdsfoot Buttercup
 1.4Lt
The beautiful white buttercup with very narrow glaucous grey leaves. Good sized, bowl shaped, crepe paper like pure white flowers with a boss of golden stamens;- April & may. Dormant by late summer. Rich, moist soil in part shade. (4-5) 30cm.
£4.95
1.00
Rehmannia henryi
Chinese Foxglove
 1.4Lt
Important medicinal plant from China with running clumps of hairy, round lobed basal leaves. Short stems carry whorls of long, narrowly tubular, rusty pink-flowers with spreading lobes & maroon guidelines in the throat. Flowers from late spring through summer. Sheltered spot in part shade. (5-8) 40x50cm.
£4.95
1.00
Reineckea incurva SDR 3605
 1.4Lt
carnea is said to be the only species but this potential new species is very different. Running root with arching grey-green evergreen strap like leaves. Short spikes of pink tinged white flowers;- midsummer. Convallaria relative for part shade. 15cm.
£5.35
9.00
Rheum alexandrae
Ornamental Rhubarb
 2Lt
One of the most amazing sights in the Himalayan flora, this forms spikes of large cream, overlapping bracts which cover the small flowers. Rosettes of leathery leaves. Won't be easy, so only for the experienced, adventurous gardener. (7-8) 120cm.
£9.35
3.00
Rhodiola kirilovii rubra
Roseroot
 1.4Lt
Formerly included in Sedum. Terminal heads of 5-petalled, rich orange-red flowers; summer. Erect stems with closely packed, narrow, dark green, fleshy leaves. Gently creeps underground. Ordinary soil in sun. 30x30cm.
£4.70
9.00
Rodgersia aesculifolia (AGM)
 2Lt
Bold, stately perennial with broad, deciduous, heavily lobed & crinkled, bronze-tinted leaves. Huge pyramids of small, creamy-white to pale pink flowers becoming redder with age; midsummer. Moist soil in sun or part shade. 120x75cms
£6.80
4.00
Rodgersia 'Badenweiter'
Rodgersia
 3Lt
German hybrid, looking much like an aesculifolia hybrid. Strong growing mounds of chestnut like, lightly bronze tinted. deeply veined leaves. Airy, open spikes of creamy white flowers during midsummer. Humus rich, moist soil in sun or shade. Smaller than the species. (7-9) 100cm.
£6.95
1.00
Rodgersia 'Die Stolze'
Rodgersia
 3Lt
Principally a pinnata hybrid with deeply corrugated dark green leaves with a copper & burgundy flush, especially strong ion spring. Unusual white flowers with an orange flush during summer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. (5-7) 90cm.
£6.95
1.00
Rodgersia pinnata 'Buckland Beauty'
Rodgersia
 2Lt
Rarely available, this is one of the most striking of these pondside giants. Divided corase leaves turn intense burgundy red in autumn. Airy plumes of deep pink flowers ageing a rich burgundy red;- midsummer. Retentive or moist soil. (7-8) 120cm.
£6.95
9.00
Rodgersia pinnata 'Chocolate Wing'
Rodgersia
 2Lt
Superb foliage plant with the new leaves emerging a rich cocolate-brown. They are green by summer, turning burgundy-red in autumn. Pale-pink flowers open from burgundy-red buds during summer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or pt,sh. (6-8)60cm.
£6.95
2.00
Rodgersia pinnata 'Crug Cardinal'
 2Lt
Selected by crug Farm, this has bold spikes of bright-pink flowers dur9ing mid summer, turning cardinal red as the flowers age. Much divided leaves with a rich bronze flush. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 120cm.
£6.95
3.00
Rodgersia pinnata 'Elegans'
Rodgersia
 2Lt
Big, bold architectural plants with mounds of large, crinkled, deeply divided leaves, attactively flushed red, taking on good autumnal colour. Large, airy plumes of creamy-white flowers in late summer. Retentive or moist soil in sun. 150cm. (7-8)
£5.65
3.00
Rodgersia pinnata 'Snow Clouds'
Rodgersia
 1.4Lt
Clumps of very large, rugose, palmate, deep-green divided leaves with no reddish flush. Airy, pyramidal plumes of small white flowers over a long period through midsummer. Excellent planted beside ponds. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 120cm.
£5.65
1.00
Rodgersia pinnata 'Snow Clouds'
Rodgersia
 2Lt
£6.45
1.00
Rodgersia podophylla 'Smaragd'
 2Lt
Large, imposing, pondside perennials, with huge, divided, dark green leaves, unfurling in spring with a bronze flush. Airy, pyramidal spikes of small, petalless white flowers in late summer. Moist, humus rich soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 90cm.
£5.65
2.00
Rodgersia sambucifolia 'Mountain Select'
Rodgersia
 2Lt
More compact form with chestnut list, more deeply cut corase green leaves. Plumes of small, iry white flowers followed by persistent ruddy red seed heads;- mid to late summer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade, (5.35
£5.95
7.00
Roscoea auriculata
 1.4Lt
(syn.R.sikkimensis) Orchid-like BRIGHT PURPLE flowers with a large lower lip; freely produced in late summer. Slow, clump forming perennial with broad, waxy leaves clasping the thick stems. Humus-rich, retentive soil in cool shade. 45x45cm.
£4.45
5.00
Roscoea auriculata 'Floriade'
Hardy Ginger
 1.4Lt
Very vigorous, larger form of auriculata with orchid like, violet-purple flowers, marked white in the throat during summer. Fleshy, stem clasping, leathery, strap like leaves. Humus rich, retentive, well drained soil in part shade. (6-8) 60cm.
£5.45
1.00
Roscoea auriculata 'White Cap'
Roscoea
 1.4Lt
Very distinct form with very broad, horizontally held, fleshy leaves. Good sized rich purple flowers with prominent white markings in the throat;- late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in part or full shade. (7-9) 50cm.
£5.45
1.00
Rudbeckia laciniata 'Goldquelle' (AGM)
Coneflower
 2Lt
Large, double, brassy-yellow, daisy-like, upward facing flowers freely produced; late summer. Tall, upright stems with slightly lobed leaves. Probably a hybrid of R.nitida. Fertile soil in sun. 120x60cms.
£5.45
1.00
Rudbeckia 'Little Henry'
Coneflower
 2Lt
Shorter form of this midwest native species, often flowering rather late in autumn. The gold daisies have very narrow, quilled gappy petals around a reddish-brown cone, from mid to late autumn. simple, alternate, hairy elliptic leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-11) 90cm.
£5.95
1.00
Rudbeckia maxima
 2Lt
Large cone-like flowers with drooping golden yellow petals & a large central boss; August to October. Large rosettes of wax-coated blue-grey leaves. A plant of great presence. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 120x60cm.
£6.95
11.00
Rudbeckia 'Summerima Butterscotch Biscuit'
Cone Flower
 3Lt
(Rudbeckia x Echinacea) Sturdy, upright perennial the stems topped with large, daisy-like yellow flowers suffusing to rich brown at the base around a brown central cone; late June until frosts if dead headed. Coarse, elliptic leaves. Attractive to bees & butterflies. Free draining soil in sun avoiding wet soils in winter. To: 60cms.
£7.95
6.00
Rudbeckia 'Summerima Pumpernickel'
Cone Flower
 3Lt
(Rudbeckia x Echinacea) Sturdy, upright perennial the stems topped with large, daisy-like rich orange flowers suffusing to brown at the base around a brown central cone; late June until frosts if dead headed. Coarse, elliptic leaves. Attractive to bees & butterflies. Free draining soil in sun avoiding wet soils in winter. To: 60cms.
£7.95
2.00
Rudbeckia 'Summerima Yellow'
Cone Flower
 3Lt
(Rudbeckia x Echinacea) Sturdy, upright perennial the stems topped with large, daisy-like, bright yellow flowers with a burnt orange inner halo around a brown central cone; late June until frosts if dead headed. Coarse, elliptic leaves. Attractive to bees & butterflies. Free draining soil in sun avoiding wet soils in winter. To: 60cms.
£7.95
2.00
Salvia 'Amethyst Lips'
Sage
 2Lt
Closely related to the popular 'Hot Lips' this semi-woody perennial bears masses of open, tubular lipped, white & purple flowers from June into late summer. Aromatic, elliptic leaves. Remove spent spikes to prolong flowering.. For a retentive yet free draining soil in sun. May need winter protection. 75x75cms.
£6.95
5.00
Salvia 'Amethyst Lips'
Sage
 1.4Lt
£4.95
8.00
Salvia 'Amistad'
Salvia
 1.4Lt
Once in a while comes a truly startling plant, discovered in argentine. Very long, one sided spikes of rich purple flowers all summer to the frosts, held in striking black stems & calyces. large, glossy, nettle like leaves. proving quite hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-10) 120cm.
£5.95
1.00
Salvia aurea
African Sage
 2Lt
Bushy, woody stemmed semi-evergreen perennial with hairy, grey-green, scallop-shaped, strongly aromatic leaves. Spikes of large, two-lipped, rusty brownish-orange flowers, held in large, swollen bracts during late summer & autumn. Marginally hardy in a warm, sheltered spot in sun. (8-10) 60x60cm.
£6.45
7.00
Salvia aurea 'Kirstenbosch'
Sage
 2Lt
A tender species from South Africa, with spikes of golden-yellow flowers having a green throat, held in purple tinted calyces. Small, thick textured grey fluted leaves are held in woody stems in late summer & autumn. Needs winter protection. (8-10) 45cm.
£5.95
10.00
Salvia 'Blue Note'
Sage
 1.4Lt
greggii hybrid forming a bushy, woody based sub-shrub. dark stems & black calyces carry attractive, rich gentian violet-blue flowers in one sided spikes through summer to the frosts. Small, glossy aromatic leaves. Light, free draining soil in sun in a sheltered spot. (6-10) 60cm.
£4.75
2.00
Salvia 'Cavalieri del Tau'
Sage
 2Lt
Bushy sub shrub well covered in 2 lipped, deep pink flowers with a white throat over a long period from July - October. Loved by bees etc. Ovate, green, aromatic leaves.Sunny position in a free draining soil. May need some winter protection. 60x45cms+
£6.95
7.00
Salvia 'Cherry Lips'
Sage
 1.4Lt
A new perennial Salvia, which is closely related to the much loved series of 'Hot Lips' and 'Amethyst Lips'. Producing an abundance of both bi-coloured and solid cerise-pink and white flowers all summer long. Hardy, but winter protection advised.
£4.95
12.00
Salvia 'Cherry Lips'
Sage
 2Lt
£6.95
3.00
Salvia 'Christine Yeo'
Sage
 2Lt
Devon bred hybrid from the National Collection holder, probably derived from greggii. Woody stems & short spikes of large, purple-blue rather soft coloured flowers, with a small white throat through summer & autumn. Hardy in a sheltered sunny spot.60cm
£6.45
18.00
Salvia confertiflora
 2Lt
Rather tender species from Brazil, needing at least cold greenhouse treatment. Large, densely haired leaves topped by narrow spikes of dark furry blood orange to red bracts from which reddish-orange flowers protrude;- late summer & autumn. Very sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-9) 100cm.
£6.95
2.00
Salvia corrugata
Sage
 2Lt
A recently introduced species with attractive corrugated', dark green leaves. Tall sprays of rich blue, hooded flowers in autumn. Requires winter protection. Well drained soil in sun.
£6.95
8.00
Salvia discolor (AGM)
Black Sage
 2Lt
Unusual Peruvian species with striking narrow, tubular rich black flowers held in pale jade green bracts during summer to the frosts. Silver grey leaves. Only hardy in very sheltered, free draining spots in sun. (6-10) 40cm.
£6.95
1.00
Salvia forreri
Forrer's Sage
 2Lt
Gently running, front of the border species with erect spikes of widely spaced, bright blue flowers, each with a small white throat;- summer to the frosts. Seems totally hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot. (6-10) 30cm.
£6.95
7.00
Salvia glutinosa
Jupiters Distaff
 2Lt
A coarse, hairy-leaved plant with spires of unusual hooded PALE YELLOW flowers; May to July. Good clump former. Sun lover for well drained soil. 90x90cms.
£6.45
2.00
Salvia greggii 'Blue Note'
Sage
 2Lt
Bushy woody stemmed sub-shrub with narrow, aromatic, glossy green leaves. Spikes of striking purple-blue flowers from persistent black bracts from May to the frosts. Bred specifically for it's hardiness. Best in a warm, sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (5-10) 60cm.
£6.95
4.00
Salvia gregii 'Joy'
 1.4Lt

From late spring right through until autumn ‘Joy’ will produce open racemes of bi-colour, hooded flowers which are coral-pink on top and blush pink at the bottom. These are held over a foliage of small, oval, aromatic, grey-green
£4.95
3.00
Salvia guaranitica 'Black And Blue'
Sage
 2Lt
This Argentinian species has very showy rich blue flowers with a prominent lower lip, held in black-smokey calyces throughout summer. Large, nettle-like fresh-green leaves. Only hardy in a very sheltered spot in well drained soil in sun. (6-10) 120cm.
£6.95
3.00
Salvia involucrata 'Hadspen'
Whorled Sage
 2Lt
Rather like a showy 'Bethellii'. Woody stems with large, downy, deeply veined leaves. Spikes of long, narrowly tubular, bright pinky-red flowers with a tuft of pink swollen bracts at the tip. Flowers late through autumn. only hardy in the most mildest of gardens otherwise cold greenhouse. (9-11) 120cm.
£6.45
1.00
Salvia 'Kisses & Wishes'
Sage
 2Lt
A sport from 'Wendy's Wish' the upright, well branched stems of this lovely semi-hardy perennial are clothed in tubular, lipped, bright pink flowers from late May until late autumn. Loved by bees etc. Ovate, aromatic green leaves. Responds to regular feeding. For a free draining soil in sun or part shade. Requires winter protection. Excellent for containers & borders. 75x60cms.
£6.95
11.00
Salvia microphylla 'Cerro Potosi'
Sage
 2Lt
Upright spikes of hooded, intense glowing-cerise flowers; June-September. Woody based perennial proving to be reasonably hardy. Well drained yet retentive soil in sun. Ht: 60cms.
£6.95
7.00
Salvia microphylla microphylla 'La Foux'
Sage
 2Lt
Woody stemmed, shrubby semi evergreen Salvia from Mexico with spaced spikes of rich crimson flowers from purple calyces from midsummer to the frosts. Aromatic small leaves. Hardy in a very warm, sheltered spot in sun. (6-10) 80x80cm.
£6.95
2.00
Salvia microphylla 'Wild Watermelon'
Cherry Sage
 2Lt
Woody based perennial with spikes of tubular watermelon pink flowers, with a prominent lower lip over a long period in summer & autumn. Small, dark green leaves. Hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-10) 60cm.
£6.95
7.00
Salvia 'Mulberry Jam'
Roseleaf Sage
 2Lt
Woody based perennial with erect stems carrying large mulberry red flowers from reddish purple buds. Flowers late summer & is a better garden plant than it's parent as it is less prone to flop. On the borderlines of hardiness in a sheltered spot.(8-11)120cm
£5.95
1.00
Salvia 'Nachtvlinder' (AGM)
Sage
 2Lt
jamensis hybrid forming a woody based, semi evergreen sub-shrub. Small, deeply veined, strongly aromatic leaves. Spikes of very unusual, two-lipped, velvety maroon-violet flowers with a violet centre, borne from midsummer to the frosts. Very sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-10) 75x45cm.
£6.95
10.00
Salvia nemorosa 'Amethyst' (AGM)
Sage
 1.4Lt
Neat, upright branching plants, with spikes of small, lilac-pink hooded flowers held in wine-purple bracts. Rough textured, crinkled leaves. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 60cm.
£4.75
18.00
Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'
Sage
 1.4Lt
Long spikes of rich, purple-blue flowers from dark calyces in early summer. Basal clumps of pale-green, wrinkled leaves. Fully hardy in well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-8) 50cm.
£4.95
27.00
Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'
Sage
 2Lt
£6.95
12.00
Salvia nemorosa 'Lubecca' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Upright spikes of VIOLET-PURPLE, hooded & lipped flowers; June to September. Clumps of rich green foliage. Any well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cms.
£4.95
18.00
Salvia nemorosa 'Marcus'
Sage
 1.4Lt
Very dwarf, compact form, with short spikes of deep-purple blue, larger flowers on purple flushed stems. Mats of coarse, wrinkled, dark green leaves. Good in pots. Well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 30cm.
£4.95
8.00
Salvia nemorosa 'Ostfriesland' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Erect spikes of hooded, DEEP VIOLET-BLUE flowers held in crimson purple bracts; June to September. Popular front of border perennial forming carpets of deep green, crinkled leaves. Fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun. 45x45cms.
£4.95
18.00
Salvia nemorosa 'Ostfriesland' (AGM)
 2Lt
£7.25
4.00
Salvia 'Neon'
Sage
 1.4Lt
Bushy, strong growing, semi-evergreen sub-shrub, a hybrid of microphylla. Woody stems with small, rounded, aromatic, deep green leaves. Spikes of hooded, bright cerise-pink flowers from persistent dark purple calyces & held on purple stems from midsummer to frosts. Hardy to -5c in a sheltered, sunny spot. (6-10) 75x60cm.
£4.95
3.00
Salvia 'Neon'
Sage
 2Lt
£6.95
18.00
Salvia 'Orchid Glow'
sage
 2Lt
Though to be a greggii x microphylla hybrid. Woody based sub-shrub with oval, aromatic, glossy green leaves. Spikes of very large, bright magenta-pink flowers with a small white eye, from June to the frosts. Best in a warm, sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-10) 60cm.
£6.95
4.00
Salvia oxyphora
 2Lt
Not long in cultivation this striking Salvia from the Andean slopes in Bolivia produces long, terminal spikes of cerise pink to cherry red, tubular flowers over a long period fro mid summer. Firm, upright stems clothed in large, lanceolate, veined, evergreen leaves. Free draining soil in sun. Winter protect. 1.5m. Pollinated by hummingbirds - if you have one.
£7.95
4.00
Salvia 'Phyllis' Fancy'
Sage
 2Lt
Rather like a giant 'Waverley' this 2mtr tall half hardy perennial has impressive spikes of palest lavender flowers from persistent purple calyces, during late summer & autumn. Thought to be chiapensis x leucantha.Very narrowly upright & hardy to -8c so far. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-9) 200cm.
£6.95
18.00
Salvia pratensis 'Sweet Esmeralda' (Ballet Series)
 1.4Lt
£4.65
4.00
Salvia 'Purple Queen'
Sage
 2Lt
Bushy, woody based sub-shrub with small, glossy green, aromatic leaves on woody stems. short spikes of vibrant violet-blue flowers with wide lower lips from early summer to the frosts. Best in a warm, sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-10) 50cm.
£6.95
8.00
Salvia 'Red Swing'
Sage
 1.4Lt
Bushy, semi evergreen, woody stemmed sub-shrub with small, aromatic, fresh-green, glossy leaves. Black stems & bracts carry loose spikes of showy, glowing scarlet-red flowers from July to the frosts. Very sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-10) 60x50cm.
£4.65
2.00
Salvia 'Red Swing'
Sage
 2Lt
£6.95
9.00
Salvia sagittata
Arrow Leaved Sage
 2Lt
Unusual woody based species from high in the Andes. Large, arrow shaped yellow-green, aromatic leaves. Pyramidal spikes of of narrowly tubular, intense gentian-blue flowers from July to the frosts. Hardy to -5c or protect in a cold greenhouse in winter. (7-11) 100cm.
£6.95
8.00
Salvia serboana
Sage
 2Lt
syn. S.vitifolia. From the mountain forests of Oaxaca, Mexico, this close relation of S. patens has much bigger, softly hairy, triangular foliage and strong growth to 1.8m in one season. Large intense deep blue flowers in late summer. Seems reasonable hardy in a sheltered spot. (7-10) 150cm.
£8.65
11.00
Salvia 'Silke's Dream'
Sage
 2Lt
darcyi x microphylla. Unusual, slightly sprawling hybrid almost continuously covered in long spikes of larger, two-lipped, orange flushed soft red flowers. Grey-green, aromatic leaves. Will need a very warm, sheltered spot in full sun. (5-9) 120cm.
£6.95
7.00
Salvia somalensis
Somalian Mountain Sa
 2Lt
Very unusual shrubby Salvia from high highlands of Somalia. Important in cosmetic production with has long, narrow, light green, highly fragrant leaves. whorls of soft blue hooded flowers, with a white throat from midsummer to the frosts. Hardy in mild winters so take cuttings as a precaution. (6-10) 130cm.
£6.45
1.00
Salvia stachydifolia CDPR3071
 2Lt
syn. meyeri. New species introduced from Argentina. Informal bush with heart-shaped, nettle like leaves. Whorled spikes of two lipped sky-blue flowers with a white marked lip, flowering most freely in autumn. Proving surprisingly hardy in a sheltered spot in sun. (8-11) 100x75cm.
£9.90
2.00
Salvia uliginosa (AGM)
 1.4Lt
A graceful tall perennial with waving sprays of azure-blue flowers on branching stems; August & September. Saw-edged leaves. Needs a moist soil in a sunny position & a warm, sheltered spot. From Argentina. 150x60cms.
£4.95
9.00
Salvia uliginosa 'Ballon Azul'
 2Lt
Bred by Ewald Hugin in Germany, this short form offers spikes of clear, sky-blue flowers from August to November. Erect, willowy stems with small, toothed, glossy green leaves. Needs a warm, sheltered, well drained spot in a retentive soil. (7-11) 100cm.
£6.45
2.00
Salvia 'Violin Music'
Sage
 2Lt
One of those free flowering sages that are perennial in warm, sunny gardens. Woody stems with deeply veined, aromatic leaves. Spikes of soft violet-lavender flowers from black bracts from June to the frosts. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (6-10) 60cm.
£6.95
6.00
Salvia x jamensis 'Heatwave Glimmer'
Sage
 2Lt
Neat, bushy evergreen shrub with small, fresh green, aromatic leaves. Spikes of two lipped creamy-white flowers, held in black calyces & on black stems, from summer to the frosts. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-11) 60x50cm.
£6.95
5.00
Salvia x jamensis 'Melen'
Sage
 2Lt
Mound forming evergreen with short spikes of good sized, softest dusky cream flowers, flushed peach on the corolla, held in reddish calyces over a long period through summer to the frosts. Narrow, aromatic, small leaves on woody stems. Best in a very warm, light, sheltered, free draining soil in sun. (6-10) 60cm.
£6.95
7.00
Salvia x sylvestris 'Blauhugel'
 1.4Lt
Abundant upright spires of LIGHT BLUE, two-lipped, sage-like flowers; July to September. Free draining soil in a sunny position. Loved by bees. 50x30cms.
£4.95
18.00
Salvia x sylvestris 'Blaukonigin'
Sage
 2Lt
Syn. Blue Queen'(S.pratensis x S.nemerosa) Candelabra-like spikes of hooded BLUE flowers from purple calyces; summer. Dark green heavily veined & scented leaves. Fertile well drained soil in sun. 45x45cms.
£6.95
9.00
Salvia x sylvestris 'Dear Anja'
Sage
 1.4Lt
Widely spaced spikes of violet-blue flowers with a white marked lower lip, emerging from inky black bracts during early to midsummer. Basal rosettes of deeply veined,. scallop shaped aromatic leaves. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 60cm.
£4.95
8.00
Salvia x sylvestris 'Mainacht' (AGM)
Sage
 1.4Lt
Spikes of large, hooded DARKEST INDIGO-VIOLET flowers from purple bracts; May & June. A lovely perennial for producing a deep colour in early summer. Well drained sunny position. 60cms.
£4.95
18.00
Salvia x sylvestris 'Mainacht' (AGM)
Sage
 2Lt
£6.95
9.00
Salvia x sylvestris 'Rose Queen'
 1.4Lt
A succession of PALE PINK, hooded flowers from red calyces in spikes; June to September. Forms a clump of grey-green leaves. Sun or light shade in drained soil. 60cms.
£4.95
18.00
Salvia x sylvestris 'Rugen'
Salvia
 2Lt
New, German, dwarf strain with spikes of MID BLUE, hooded flowers; June & July. Rosettes on oblong, wavy edged, mid green leaves. Well drained, sunny position. 20cms.
£6.95
5.00
Salvia x sylvestris 'Schneehugel'
(Snowhill')
 1.4Lt
Dense heads of tubular, lipped, white flowers with green calyces on branched, upright stems; early to mid summer. Clump-former with long, scalloped, mid-green leaves. Light, humus-rich, moderately drained soil in sun or part shade. 80x30cms.
£4.95
36.00
Salvia x sylvestris 'Viola Klose'
Sage
 1.4Lt
(pratensis x nemorosa) Very showy new European hybrid with slender spikes of narrow, tubular, VIOLET-BLUE flowers held in deep violet calyces; June to September the calyces persisting longer. Reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cm.
£4.95
24.00
Sambucus ebulus
Blood Hilder
 1.4Lt
Herbaceous Elder from Central Europe to SW Asia. Spreading, unbranched stems with foetid smelling, pinnate leaves. Domed heads of white flowers, often pink tinged during June & July followed by small, glossy black fruit. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 150cm.
£5.35
7.00
Sanguinaria canadensis
Bloodroot
 1.4Lt
A slow, creeping rhizome with red sap. Leaves folded vertically slowly unfurl. Flowering stems carry pure white tulips'. Cool site in shade. 20x30cm. Flowers: April-May.
£4.70
11.00
Sanguisorba albiflora
Burnet
 2Lt
(syn S.magnifica alba/S.obtusa albiflora) A lovely dwarf form of this underused group. Forms mounds of finely divided, greyish leaves. Wiry stems topped with curling, white bottlebrushes. For a moisture retentive soil in sun. 75x60cm. Flowers: July-August.
£6.95
11.00
Sanguisorba applanata
 2Lt
An excellent, semi prostrate, clump forming perennial the red tinted stems lined with attractive pinnate, blue grey leaves. Sparse heads of white flowers in summer. Splendid, hardy ground cover, under planter for any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 30x45cms. 
£6.95
5.00
Sanguisorba 'Blackthorn'
Burnet
 2Lt
officinalis x ?. Unusual hybrid with long, thin, erect spikes of soft dusky silver-pink flowers, held in small clusters;- late summer & autumn. Mounds of pinnate, large, toothed pale green leaves. Best in a good or retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 90cm.
£6.95
2.00
Sanguisorba 'Chocolate Tip'
Burnet
 2Lt
Light, airy border perennial with slightly longer, bobble-shaped, dusky purple-red flowers with a chocolate brown tip, hence the name. Mounds of finely divided, pinnate leaves. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (8-9) 75cm.
£6.95
12.00
Sanguisorba 'Little Angel'
Burnet
 2Lt
An amazingly small hybrid for the rockery, never more than a few inches high, making ideal for a sink. Mounds of pinnate, dark-green leaves with a crisp white edge. Small stems with burgundy-red, bobble like flowers during summer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 10cm.
£6.95
4.00
Sanguisorba menziesii
Burnet
 2Lt
An attractive form with large, dangling wine-red tassles on branched stems. Mounds of pinnate, finely toothed leaves. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 90cm.
£6.45
12.00
Sanguisorba obtusa
Burnet
 1.4Lt
Clumps of elegant pinnate foliage with sheaves of large, ROSE-PINK, bottlebrush-like flowers. Moisture retentive soil in sun. 120cm.x60cm. Flowers: June-August.
£4.75
1.00
Sanguisorba obtusa white flowered
Burnet
 1.4Lt
No this is not albiflora but a rare white form of obtusa. Rosettes of pinnate, glaucous grey leaves. S[ikes of white flowers in thick bottlebrushes during late summer. never too dry or moist soil in sun or part shade. 75cm.
£4.95
4.00
Sanguisorba officinalis 'Crimson Queen'
Burnet
 1.4Lt
Shorter form of officinalis with small, pinnate, fresh green leaves. short, stumpy spikes of rich crimson red flowers on airy, well branched stems; August to October. Likes a retentive soil in sun or part shade. (8-9) 60CM.
£4.95
1.00
Sanguisorba officinalis 'Lemon Splash'
Burnet
 1.4Lt
Love it or hate it, this has finely pinnate variably dusted with fine golden yellow pepppered speckles. Rather prone to reversion. Well granched stems with bobble like maroon flowers, late if produced. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (9-11) 60cm.
£4.95
3.00
Sanguisorba officinalis 'Shiro-fukurin'
Burnet
 1.4Lt
Japanese selection with mounds of toothed dgrey-green leaves with a white margin. Well branched stems with short bottlebrush like claret-red flowers in autumn. Lots of clones in cultivation seem prione to reversion but this seems very stable. Moist soil. 90cm.
£5.35
3.00
Sanguisorba 'Tanna'
Greater Burnet
 2Lt
flowers: Erect, very short spikes of MAROON-RED; early summer to mid-autumn. Clump-forming, more compact than S.officinalis with ash-like basal leaves. Moisture retentive soil in sun or part shade. 45cms.
£6.95
4.00
Saponaria ocymoides (AGM)
Soapwort
 1.4Lt
Woody based prostrate ground cover, making dense carpets of rich green leaves. Pale purplish-pink, cup-shaped flowers smother the plant from late spring into summer. Well drained soil in sun. 15x60cm.
£4.45
1.00
Saponaria officinalis 'Alba Plena'
Soapwort
 1.4Lt
Unusual double form of native soapwort. Gently running stems topped by clusters of sweetly scented pure white, fully double flowers over a long period in late summer. Spreading but never invasive. Any reasonable soil in sun/pt.sh. (7-9) 60cm.
£4.35
5.00
Saponaria officinalis 'Rosea Plena'
Soapwort
 1.4Lt
(Soapwort) A popular old cottage garden variety making a large spreading patch of fully leaved upright stems. These are topped by clusters of double, scented, soft pink flowers. Needs space. 75x60cm. Flowers: July-September
£4.75
12.00
Saxifraga 'Gelbes Monster' (fortunei)
 1.4Lt
Very vigorous, clump forming woodland perennial with fleshy mats of large, dark green, scallop-shaped, glossy green leaves with red undersides. Short stems with strange greenish-sulphur flowers, which look more like modified leaves. Flowers September to November. Cool, moist, humus rich soil in part or full shade. (9-11) 40x40cm.
£4.75
23.00
Saxifraga 'Shiranami' (fortunei) (AGM)
Saxifrage
 1.4Lt
Woodland saxifrage with tight clumps of almost rounded, leathery & hairy, scallop-shaped, glossy green leaves. Short stems carry heavy clusters of spidery, fully double, lacy white flowers during September & October. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (9-10) 25x30cm.
£4.75
19.00
Saxifraga x urbium (AGM)
London Pride
 1.4Lt
Popular hybrid with mats of loose evergren rosettes making a dark gren carpet with lighter veining. Branching stems have clusters of small white starry flowers with red spotting in late spring & early summer. Sunny, well drained soil. 30x30cm.
£4.75
1.00
Scabiosa caucasica 'Clive Greaves' (AGM)
Scabious
 1.4Lt
Popular cottage-garden plant the branched stems terminating in lovely LIGHT BLUE flowers; June & July. Reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun. 75cms.
£4.95
10.00
Scabiosa columbaria
Small Scabious
 1.4Lt
Branching hairy perennial with bluish-lilac pincushion-like flowers; all summer & early autumn. Finely divided, pinnate leaves. Fertile, well drained, chalky soil in full sun. 60x60cm.
£4.75
9.00
Scabiosa 'Pink Mist'
Pincushion Flower
 1.4Lt
Rosettes of glossy deeply toothed leaves are topped by soft pink pincushions that are good for cutting.Fertile well drained limey soil in sun.45x45cm.Jun-Aug
£4.75
2.00
Scabiosa 'Red Velvet Scoop'
 2Lt
A new series for 2020 the upright stems topped with unusual double flowers the raised central cone a deep burgundy red surrounded by a rich magenta velvet ruff-ike collar; July - Sept. Loved by bees etc and excellent cut flowers. Reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x30cms.
£6.50
11.00
Scabiosa rhodopensis
Pincushion Flower
 1.4Lt
Rarely seen species from Bulgaria fowming low mounds of very finely cut feathery leaves. Short stems carry pincushion like palest icy-blue, sometimes white flowers throughout summer. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-8) 35cm.
£4.95
1.00
Scilla peruviana
Scilla
 1.4Lt
Virtually evergreen bulb from the mediterranean, not Peru as it came to Britain on HMS Peru. Tall, conical spikes of star-shaped deep-purple-blue flowers in early summer. Erect strap-like leaves. Light, rich, well drained soil in sun. (5-6) 30cm.
£4.65
7.00
Scopolia carniolica hladnikiana
 2Lt
Unusual woodland perennial the fresh-green leaves held in whorls. These quickly emerge in spring & hold the nodding, mustard-yellow bells which are rich gold inside. Summer dormant. Gently runs in fertile soil in shade. 60x60cm.
£6.95
2.00
Scrophularia auriculata 'Variegata'
Water Figwort
 1.4Lt
(syn. S.aquatica Variegata') Forms low, spreading clumps of striking, evergreen, moss-green leaves margined & splashed cream. Upright, leafy stems with small, maroon flowers; summer. Rich, moist or boggy soil in part shade. 60cms.
£4.75
1.00
Scutellaria albida
Helmet Flower
 1.4Lt
Airy spikes of hooded, creamy-white flowers; May-June. Clump-forming perennial with toothed, grey-green leaves. Free draining soil in sun or dappled shade. Ht: 60cms.
£4.45
1.00
Scutellaria incana
Helmet Flower
 1.4Lt
Choice clump forming perennial with short spikes of narrow hooded LIGHT VIOLET-BLUE flowers through summer into autumn. Toothed soft greyish-blue leaves up the stems turn plum purple in autumn. Sun lover for any ordinary soil. 75x45cm.
£4.75
1.00
Scutellaria incana
Helmet Flower
 2Lt
£5.45
1.00
Scutellaria maekawae
Skullcap
 1.4Lt
Non running species with oval, crinkled leaves, flushed bronze. Short spikes of narrowly tubular, blue & white flowers during late spring & early summer. Japanese species for well drained soil in light shade. (5-7) 30cm.
£4.95
1.00
Sedum 'Abbey Dore'
 2Lt
Bushy mound of blue-green succulent leaves. Taller stems appear in late summer, holding large clusters of soft-pink buds that open into starry flowers of bright magenta pink. These develop into brown seed heads during autumn. Has a neat tidy habit. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (8-10) 45x45cm.
£5.45
3.00
Sedum Bertram Anderson' (AGM)
Stonecrop
 1.4Lt
Spreading mounds of dark purple leaves topped by flat heads of RICH-PURPLE flowers; July to September. An excellent edge of border perennial for a well drained soil in sun. 20x45cms.
£4.95
4.00
Sedum 'Carl'
 1.4Lt
Rather choice new ice plant, forming mounds of silvery-grey fleshy leaves. Flattened heads of intense, glowing rose-pink flowers in late summer & autumn. Much loved by butterflies (and humans). Well drained soil in sun. (8-10) 45cm.
£4.75
1.00
Sedum 'Herbstfreude' (AGM)
Ice Plant
 1.4Lt
(Syn. S.spectabile Autumn Joy'). Wide heads of bright rose-salmon flowers; September & October. Attractive to butterflies. Fleshy stems & leaves of grey-green. Best in sun & well drained soil. 45cms.
£4.35
3.00
Sedum 'Herbstfreude' (AGM)
Ice Plant
 2Lt
£6.95
7.00
Sedum 'Herbstfreude' (AGM)
Ice Plant
17cm
£8.95
5.00
Sedum in variety
15cm
Bushy mound forming evergreens withsucculent leaves. Taller stems appear in late summer that open into starry flowers. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. Great for rockeries, gravel areas and shallow containers. 45x45cm.
£6.95
2.00
Sedum Mr.Goodbud' (AGM)
Sedum
 2Lt
spectabile like with huge domed heads of richest pink flowers from August to October. Large, fleshy dark flushed green leaves. A wow with great flower power. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 45cm.
£6.45
12.00
Sedum 'Munstead Red'
 2Lt
syn. telephium. The semi-lax stems have fleshy, purple-tinged leaves. Flat heads of DARK REDDISH-PURPLE flowers for late summer colour. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cms.
£6.45
7.00
Sedum 'Red Cauli' (AGM)
Ice Plant
 1.4Lt
Dwarf form, excellent for pots. Small, dense, domed heads of intense cherry-red flowers over mounds of thick textured, glaucous, blue-green leaves in autumn. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (8-10) 30cm.
£6.95
9.00
Sedum spectabile 'Brilliant' (Brilliant Group)
Ice Plant
 2Lt
Large, flat heads of tiny, starry, BRILLIANT MAUVE-PINK flowers smother the plant attracting bees & butterflies. Fleshy, glaucous leaves & stems. Fertile soil in full sun. 45x45cm. Flowers: Late summer.
£6.45
6.00
Sedum spectabile 'Iceberg'
Ice Plant
 2Lt
Flattened heads of tiny, starry, white flowers. Fleshy, glaucous-grey leaves. Best in reasonably drained soil in a sunny position. 45x45cms. Flowers: August-October
£6.45
4.00
Sedum spectabile 'Septemberglut'
Ice Plant
 1.4Lt
Good autumnal colour, this new German hybrid has flattened heads of rich crimson-red flowers with a resonant glow in autumn. Stem clasping, fleshy grey leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 45cm.
£4.70
2.00
Sedum spectabile 'Stardust'
Ice Plant
 1.4Lt
Flat heads of WHITE, starry flowers in late summer - much loved by bees. Good, easy to grow, clump forming perennial with oval, fleshy, pale green leaves. Fertile well drained soil in sun. 60x45cm.
£4.95
12.00
Sedum 'Stewed Rhubarb Mountain'
 2Lt
(S.telephium x S.telephioides) A new hybrid bred by Bob Brown with mounds of smokey glaucous rounded leaves. Large broad heads of small starry white flowers from pink buds from august to October. Well drained soil in a sunny site. 45x45cm.
£6.95
11.00
Sedum telephium 'Strawberries & Cream'
Ice Plant
 2Lt
Upright variety the firm, fleshy stems topped with large heads of starry, two toned, pink & cream flowers; July-August. Flowers atttractive to butterflies. Fleshy, glaucous grey-green leaves. Retentive yet free draining soil in sun. Ht: 75cms.
£6.45
12.00
Selinum felicifolium
 2Lt
Graceful, upright stems bearing horizontal fronds of fern-like, pinnate, heavily divided, fresh green leaves. Umbels of white flowers with green calyces; mid summer. Attractive to insects. Prefers a freely drained, deep, fertile soil iin sun or part shade. 30cms
£6.95
1.00
Selinum felicifolium
 1.4Lt
£4.95
4.00
Selinum wallichianum EMAK 886
 2Lt
Heads of cow-parsley-like white flowers on reddish stems; midsummer to early autumn. Mounds of delicately finely cut, divided, fresh green leaves. May take a few years to settle into flowering. Fertile, moist, yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 180x90cm.
£6.95
3.00
Semiaquilegia ecalcarata
 1.4Lt
Nodding small aquilegia like dusky mauve purple flowers on airy branching stems; all summer. Delicate downy grey green leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. 30x30cm.
£5.45
1.00
Senecio seminiveus
 2Lt
Woody based perennial with mounds of very finely cut, intensely silver leaves. Yet to flower with us. Seems hardy. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
£5.45
6.00
Senna marilandica
Wild Senna
 1.4Lt
Unusual perennial with pairs of tapering, elliptic, thin textured, pinnate leaves. Erect spikes of YELLOW, pea-like flowers with distinctive yellow anthers; June. Needs a well drained, sheltered site in sun. 90x45cm.
£5.50
1.00
Senna marilandica
Wild Senna
 2Lt
£5.95
1.00
Serratula tinctoria macrocephala
Sawwort
 2Lt
Cornflower-like loose clusters of reddish-purple flowers; late summer & early autumn. Mounds of divided, pinnate, toothed basal leaves. Ordinary well drained soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm.
£6.95
4.00
Sida hermaphrodita
Virginia Mallow
 2Lt
Large perennial herb, with toothed, hairy, soft-green palmate leaves. Small, cup-shaped white flowers sit in the upper leaf axils in late summer. Grow in ordinary, well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 175cm.
£6.35
5.00
Sidalcea candida
Prairie Mallow
 1.4Lt
Long spikes of silky textured, pure-white, cup-shaped flowers , held airily above the maple-like, fresh-green leaves. Good cottage plant for a well drained, retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 90cm.
£4.75
11.00
Sidalcea 'Croftway Red'
Prairie Mallow
 2Lt
Hollyhock relative with spikes of silky, cup shaped deepest pink, almost red flowers over a long period suring mid to late summer. Basal rosettes of scallop shaped leaves. Not prone to rust. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 90cm.
£6.45
1.00
Sidalcea 'Little Princess'
Checkerberry
 1.4Lt
Showy, new dwarf hybrid, with shorter spikes of silky, cup-shaped pale-pink flowers, from deeper buds. Rosettes of deeply cut basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 40cm.
£4.75
1.00
Sidalcea 'Oberon'
Checker Mallow
 2Lt
Hollyhock relative with clear rose-pink mallow like silky flowers in a dense spike during early & midsummer. Basal clumps of scallop shaped fresh green leaves. Fertile, moist, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 75cm.
£6.45
4.00
Sidalcea 'Party Girl'
Prairie mallow
 2Lt
Slender, long spikes of bright pink, saucer-shaped flowers; June to August. Any reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 90cms.
£6.45
2.00
Sidalcea 'Rosaly'
Prairie mallow
 2Lt
Forms a clump of rounded, semi-palmate, mid-green leaves from which emerge long, wiry stems studded with saucer-shaped, mid-pink flowers. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 90cms. Flowers:Mid to late summer.
£6.45
2.00
Sidalcea 'Wine Red'
 1.4Lt
Upright stems lined with silky, cup-shaped, wine red flowers; May-June. Easy, clump-forming perennial. Basal clumps of mid-green leaves. Humus-rich, moist yet drained soil in sun. Ht: 90cms.
£4.75
1.00
Sidalcea 'Wine Red'
 2Lt
£6.45
1.00
Silene dioica
Campion
 2Lt
Choice UK native, with mounds of elliptic, deep green leaves. Heads of bright rose-pink flowers with big baggy calyces all summer. easy in any soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 45cm
£6.50
11.00
Silphium asteriscus trifoliatum
Whorled Rosinwed
 1.4Lt
Tall, upright, back of the border daisy with stout stems & whorls of three rough textured, linear, glaucous flushed leaves. Branched stems carry clusters of small yellow daisies, loved by insects, from midsummer into autumn. Easy in any retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 2.0x1.0mtrs.
£4.95
1.00
Silphium perfoliatum (AGM)
Cup Plant
 1.4Lt
Erect stems with open branched heads of rich-yellow daisies, like a Ligularia. The triangular leaves are coarse & bristly & only perfoliate at the top. Fertile, preferably heavy soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 250cm.
£4.70
3.00
Silphium perfoliatum (AGM)
Cup Plant
 2Lt
£5.45
2.00
Silphium perfoliatum 'J S Mayer'
Cup Plant
 2Lt
A more compact variety making clumps of robust, sturdy stems topped with clusters of large, bright yellow, single daisies over a long period in late summer. Coarse, elliptic perforated leaves. For a well drained, sunny position. East & central north American native. 90x60cms.
£6.50
11.00
Sinopodophyllum hexandrum
May Apple
 1.4Lt
Creeping woodlanders with pairs of long stalked, lobed, deeply toothed leaves with heavy purple-brown blotching. Solitary cup-shaped white flowers with yellow anthers nestle in the crown followed by plum-like rd fruit. Late summer dormant. Shade. (5-6) 45cm.
£5.95
4.00
Sisyrinchium californicum
 1.4Lt
Forms small clumps of grass-like grey-green, glossy leaves. Cheery, bright yellow, 6 petalled, single flowers in spring. Requires a retentive yet free draining, gritty soil in sun or part shade. Good for scree beds and alpine troughs. To 60cm.
£4.75
12.00
Sisyrinchium californicum Brachypus group
Golden Eyed Grass
 1.4Lt
Small tufted Californian native forming evergreen clumps of fan like leaves. Heads of piercing starry yellow flowers incessantly from late spring to the frosts. good for the rockery. Light, free draining soil in sun. (5-9) 15cm.
£4.75
11.00
Soldanella alpina
Alpine Snowbell
 1.4Lt
Erect stems with nodding, funnel-shaped, heavily fringed, RICH BLUE flowers; spring. Creeping evergreen mats of glossy, rounded basal leaves. Humus rich, moist yet well drained soil with shelter from midday sun. 15x30cm.
£5.95
2.00
Solidago caesia
Golden Rod
 1.4Lt
Erect almost black stems are clothed in tiny, bright yellow flowers; late summer. One of the gems of this weedy race! Not as invasive as some species. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x60cm.
£3.95
3.00
Solidago caesia
Golden Rod
 2Lt
£5.65
1.00
Solidago canadensis salebrosa
Goldenrod
 1.4Lt
Big, Bold imposing North American species with toothed leaves on strong stems. Arching sprays of rich yellow flowers;- July to September. Adaptable but prefers a retentive soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 120cm.
£4.35
1.00
Solidago 'Goldkind'
Golden Rod
 1.4Lt
syn.Gold Child'. Dwarf form of golden rod with densely packed spikes of golden yellow flowers during late summer & autumn. Loved by bees. Narrow toothed leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9)60cm.
£4.35
3.00
Solidago luteus
 1.4Lt
syn.x hybridus. solidago x aster. Clump forming perennnial with branched panicles of pale yellow daisies, surrounding a deeper yellow disc;- mid to late summer. Tufts of lance shaped, linear leaves. Fertile, well drained soil in sun. (8-9) 90cm.
£4.35
2.00
Solidago luteus 'Lemore' (AGM)
 2Lt
Solidago x Aster. Bi-generic hybrid between two species with clouds of tiny, fluffy, pale-primrose flowers with a darker centre;-late summer & autumn. Upright willowy stems. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-10) 90cm.
£6.45
2.00
Speirantha convallarioides
 1.4Lt
Much like an evergreen lily-of-the-valley. Starry clusters of small, WHITE flowers amongst the leaves; late spring & early summer. Spreading clumps of rich green, broad, elliptic leaves. Moist humus rich soil in part or full shade. 20x60cm.
£5.45
9.00
Stachys byzantina
Lamb's Tongue
 1.4Lt
Well known evergreen edging plant making dense mats of intensely woolly, grey leaves. Small, purple, hooded flowers covered in even more white wool during midsummer. Good carpeter beneath roses. Well drained soil in sun. 30x60cm.
£4.75
14.00
Stachys byzantina 'Big Ears'
Lamb's Ears
 2Lt
A selected, stronger growing clone with large, felted, silver-green, evergreen leaves. Upright stems with small magenta flowers shrouded in a grey wool; summer. Good, spreading ground cover for a reasonably drained soil in sun. To: 45x60cms.
£6.35
11.00
Stachys byzantina 'Silver Carpet'
Lamb's Ears
 1.4Lt
Possibly the best silver carpeter there is providing good evergreen ground cover. Non-flowering form. Full sun on well drained soil. 30x45cms.
£4.75
13.00
Stachys macrantha 'Rosea'
Betony, Woundwort
 1.4Lt
Much underrated border perennial making basal clumps or corrugated, dark green, crinkled leaves. Whorls of hooded, rose-mauve, funnel-shaped flowers; from June throughout summer. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cm.
£4.75
8.00
Stachys macrantha 'Superba'
Lamb's Tongue
 1.4Lt
(Syn.S.grandiflora/spicata) Erect, sturdy, branching stems with whorls of large, hooded, DEEP PINKISH-PURPLE flowers; early summer to late autumn. Slowly makes clumps of rich green, scalloped edged, oval leaves. Any reasonably drained soil in sun. 60x30cms.
£4.50
4.00
Stachys macrantha 'Violacea'
 1.4Lt
Small clusters of beautiful violet, hooded, tubular flowers on short upright stems. Basal rosettes of dark green, oval, scalloped & wrinkled leaves. Unusual perennial for well drained sunny position. 20cms. Flowers: Early summer
£4.65
1.00
Sternbergia lutea
Winter Daffodil
 1.4Lt
Mediterannean bulb needing a hot, dry, sunny position to flower well. Summer dormant with crocus like, golden yellow flowers erupting straight from the ground followed shortly after by the broad, strap like, glossy leaves. Flowers Oct-Nov. (10-11) 15cm.
£4.35
5.00
Stokesia laevis 'Silver Moon'
Stoke's Aster
 2Lt
Large, cornflower like silvery-white flowers on short stems. Tufts of evergreen, lance-shaped leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 45cm.
£6.45
9.00
Stokesia laevis 'Traumerei'
Stokes Aster
 1.4Lt
syn. 'White Star'. Large, cornflower-like, white beautifully shaded pastel-pink blooms; July & August. Unusual hybrid with narrow, evergreen leaves. Drained, sunny front of border. 45x45cms.
£4.65
1.00
Streptopus amplexifolius
 1.4Lt
Rarely seen species closely allied to Polygonatum. Arching stems with pairs of leaves with whitish flowers hanging from the leaf axils, followed by red berries in early autumn. Humus rich, woodland soil in part shade where their roots will gently run. 60cm
£5.35
4.00
Strobilanthes attenuata
Strobilanthes
 2Lt
Medium sized bushy perennial from the Himalayas with oval, mid-green hairy leaves. Small clusters of trumpet shaped rich violet-blue flowers at the tips in late summer & autumn. Best in woodland conditions in shade. (8-10) 60x60cm.
£5.95
11.00
Strobilanthes attenuata 'Blue and White'
 1.4Lt
Tall, strong growing perennial, for both sun & shade. Erect, arching stems with oval, hairy, light-green leaves. Two0lipped white flowers with a blue stained mouth, during late summer & autumn. Retentive, well drained soil in part shade. (7-10) 120cm.
£5.45
7.00
Strobilanthes nutans
Strobilanthes
 1.4Lt
Found growing as an epiphyte in a Cloud Forest in Nepal, this looks spectacular growing over a rock in a moist, woodland spot but needing shelter. Arching stems with narrow hanging white tubular flowers in autumn. Does well in the S.W. (8-10) 20cm.
£5.65
4.00
Strobilanthes wallichii
 2Lt
Compact, bushy form, carrying short spikes of tubular hooded violet flowers on horizontally held stems in late summer & autumn. Good ground cover for a retentive woodland type soil in part shade. (8-10) 30cm.
£5.95
8.00
Succisa pratensis
Devils' Bit Scabious
 2Lt
This wild form collected in Iceland bears a resemblance to Scabiosa, with rosettes of narrow, elliptic dark green leaves. Pincushion like soft lilac purple flowers are held in a slender, leaf like bract during late summer. Any soil in sun/pt.sh. 45cm.
£6.45
3.00
Symphytum ibericum 'All Gold'
Comfrey
 1.4Lt
Very large leaved form, with big-dock like leaves, golden-yellow when young, becoming green by summer. Pendent clusters of narrow, tubular, lilac flowers during early summer. Good groung cover for retentive, fertile soil in sun or shade. (6-7) 45cm.
£0.00
3.00
Symphytum 'Langthorn's Pink'
Boraginaceae
 1.4Lt
A strongly upright, not too invasive comfrey erect erectly held basal rosettes of hairy, lance-shaped, mid-green leaves. Stout stems carry nodding, narrowly tubular, bright-pink flowers, ageing soft-blue, from March to June. Good ground cover even for dry shade. 45x45cm. (3-6) 
£4.35
4.00
Symphytum officinale
Common Comfrey
 1.4Lt
Very vigorous ground cover even for dry shade. Coarse clumps of pointed, heart-shaped, green-grey leaves. Hanging clusters of purple-violet, tubular flowers in late spring & summer. Useful as a green mulch. (4-7) 120cm.
£4.35
4.00
Synthyris missurica stellata
 1.4Lt
Unusual evergreen perennial for a cool, moist position. Large, sharply toothed, rounded glossy leaves. Spikes of POWDER-BLUE flowers in small bracts; April & May. For the keen gardener & not easy. 30x30cm.
£5.50
13.00
Tanacetum coccineum Robinson's Pink flowered
Pyrethrum
 3Lt
Waving upright stems topped by rich deep pink upward facing daisies with a yellow eye. Old cottage garden favourite forming clumps of fresh-green, ferny foliage. Well drained soil in sun. Good for cutting. 60x45cm. (Early summer)
£6.55
2.00
Tanacetum vulgare crispum
Tansy, Golden Buttons
 1.4Lt
Spectacular foliage plnts forming mounds of very finely cut, slightly twisted aromatic leaves. Button like yellow rayless flowers are formed less freely than the species. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 75cm.
£4.35
12.00
Tanacetum vulgare 'Silver Lace'
Tansy
 1.4Lt
Superb foliage plant at it's best in spring. Mounds of crisped, deeply divided fresh green leaves with an irregular silver sparkling variegation. Heads of button like yellow daisies add little to the display in summer. well drained, retentive soil in sun. (6-8)45
£4.35
2.00
Telekia cordifolia
 1.4Lt
Rather coarse daisy with basal rosettes of large, deeply veined leaves. Branched spikes of deep golden-yellow, upward facing daisies with narrow, ragged ray petals;- late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 90cm.
£4.35
4.00
Tellima grandiflora
Fringe Cups
 1.4Lt
coll;- Coyote Wood, Redmond, Seattle, Washington State, USA. Spreading clumps of matt green, hairy, evergreen leaves. Spikes of yellow-green flowers; April-June. Excellent ground cover for light or full shade. 60cms.
£4.70
6.00
Teucrium chamaedrys
Wall Germander
 1.4Lt
The true wild form, collected in Croatia & not x lucidrys under which it masquerades in cultivation. Small, creeping mats with short, erect stems having glossy, round lobed, deep green leaves. Small whorls of tubular purple-pink flowers, in the leaf axils during late spring & summer. Loved by insects. (5-7) 10x40cm.
£4.95
1.00
Teucrium chamaedrys
Wall Germander
 2Lt
£6.35
11.00
Teucrium viscidium 'Lemon And Lime'
Wood Sage
 1.4Lt
syn.Scrophularia. Gently running perennial with nettle like soft green leaves splashed gold, especially so in spring. By summer they are sage green. Small, narrow spikes of pale purple tubular flowers in late summer. Humus rich, retentive, wel drained soil.(7-9) 45c
£4.95
6.00
Teucrium x lucidrys
Wall Germander
 1.4Lt
Dwarf creeping evergreen sun loving plant with small glossy dark green leaves on woody stems. Slender spikes of small two lipped mauve pink flowers all summer & autumn. For a fertile well drained soil in sun or part shade. 30x45cm.
£4.35
1.00
Thalictrum actaefolium 'Perfume Star'
Meadow Rue
 2Lt
Large, heavy clusters of highly scented lilac-flowers with white tipped filaments, through summer into autumn. Clumps of rounded lobed, glaucous grey leaves. easily grown in a retentive soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 90cm.
£6.95
10.00
Thalictrum 'Black Stockings'
Meadow Rue
 2Lt
Selected hybrid from rochebruneanum this impressive hybrid has large, well branched heads of lilac pink, fluffy flowers on startling black stems during summer. Large, gently lobed basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. Ht to 6ft.
£6.50
12.00
Thalictrum delavayi (AGM)
Meadow Rue
 2Lt
(syn.T.dipterocarpum) Probably the most beautiful of the species forming mounds of dainty, lacy foliage. Impressive pyramidal panicles of small LILAC flowers with distinct creamy stamens giving an airy display. Rich, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 150x60cm
£6.45
3.00
Thalictrum delavayi 'Album'
Meadow Rue
 2Lt
Heads of long stalked white fluffy flowers with prominent yellow stamens; midsummer to early autumn, in large pyramidal heads. Mounds of pinnate foliage. Moist, humus rich soil in part shade but tolerates sun. 120x60cm.
£6.50
10.00
Thalictrum delavayi 'Hewitts' Double' (AGM)
Meadow Rue
 2Lt
Huge pyramidal panicles of small, double, LILAC flowers; July to August. Makes a mound of daintily delicate, ,grey-green foliage. Enriched, moist soil in sun or part shade. 150x60cms.
£6.35
5.00
Thalictrum flavum
Meadow Rue
 1.4Lt
A tall perennial with ferny, glaucous foliage. Inflorescences of pale yellow flowers create a fluffy hue. Any fertile, retentive soil in sun. 150x60cm. Flowers: June-Sept.
£4.65
3.00
Thalictrum lucidum
Meadow Rue
 2Lt
Tall imposing species. Large feathery plumes of small, buttermilk yellow flowers in billowing clouds; June to September. Lobed, shining green, basal leaves. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. 120x60cm.
£5.95
7.00
Thalictrum rochebrunianum
Meadow Rue
 1.4Lt
Not easy to grow well in the south. Dainty lobed foliage in a billowing mound. Dense heads of small, fluffy, lilac flowers during summer. Gives good height in the border. Retentive, humus-rich soil in sun or part shade. 150x60cm.
£4.75
1.00
Thalictrum 'Splendide'
Meadow Rue
 2Lt
Tall form with airy clouds of good sized lilac-purple flowers with a tuft of cream stamens;- midsummer. Laced, lobed grey-green leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 130cm.
£6.95
5.00
Thalictrum 'Splendide White'
Meadow Rue
 2Lt
Rather like a more robust form of delavayi, this forms clouds of very delicate, pale green lacey leaves. Airy sprays of small, cup-shaped white flowers with long filaments from July to September, creating an airy haze. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 120cm.
£6.95
10.00
Thalictrum squarrosum
Meadow Rue
 1.4Lt
Delicate species from China through to Russia. Erect stems with lacy, round lobed, pale, grey tinged leaves. Open heads of large lilac flowers with cream stamens during summer. prefers a light, woody soil in part shade. (6-8) 45cm.
£4.65
5.00
Thalictrum 'Tukker Princess'
Meadow Rue
 2Lt
Probably a hybrid of flavum, this exceptionally tall form has huge plumes of rich golden yellow flowers on dark, sturdy stems ;- May to July. Glaucous grey flushed, much lobed leaves. Best in a retentive soil in sun or shade but very adaptable. 250cm.
£6.95
12.00
Thermopsis chinensis
Bush Pea
 2Lt
Rarely seen Chinese form with much divided leaves divided into three narrow segments, like a birds foot. Narrow, erect spikes of pea like, brilliant yellow flowers during late spring. Easily grown if a little slow in retentive, well drained soil in sun. (5-7) 75cm.
£6.35
4.00
Tiarella 'Tiger Stripe'
Sugar Scoop
 1.4Lt
Mound forming, evergreen perennial the heart-shaped, soft olive-green leaves often burnished orange-brown the veins heavily mottled rich brown. Sprays of small flowers on wiry stems. Best in cool, moist, humus-rich soil but tolerant! 30x30cms.
£4.70
14.00
Tinantia pringlei AIM77
 1.4Lt
Amazing Tradescantia relative from Mexico with purple-brown spotted leaves. Small, three petalled purple flowers nestle in the crown for much of the year. Will need a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (3-10) 30cm.
£4.95
10.00
Tradescantia 'Valour' (Andersoniana Group)
Spiderwort
 1.4Lt
Clusters of small three petalled rich cerise pink flowers with matching hairy filaments throughout summer. Fleshy stems with narrow, ribon like grey green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 75cm.
£4.75
2.00
Tradescantia 'Angel Eyes' (Andersoniana Group
Spiderwort
 1.4Lt
Good sized pure white flowers, lightly stained pale blue at the centre with a tuft of rich blue filaments. June to August. Fleshy, stem clasping sea green leaves & boat shaped bracts. Moist, fertile soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 60cm.
£4.45
7.00
Tradescantia 'Lucky Charm' (Charm Series)
Spiderwort
 1.4Lt
Dwarfer form with fleshy, stem clasping rich golden-yellow, keeled grassy leaves. Three petalled rich purple flowers nestle in the crown in early summer, often repeating if cut back. Retentive,w ell drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 25cm.
£4.35
3.00
Tradescantia 'Mac's Double' (Andersoniana Group)
Spiderwort
 1.4Lt
(x andersoniana group) Clusters of unusual, pompom like lavender-blue flowers like miniature roses from June to September. Fleshy, stem clasping leaves. Prefers a poorer soil in sun. (6-9) 45cm.
£4.35
1.00
Tradescantia 'Rosi' (Andersoniana Group)
Spiderwort
 1.4Lt
(x andersoniana) New Dutch hybrid, with the three petalled flowers pure-white with a pale-pink flush at the eye & slightly deeper filaments. Flowers early summer. Fleshy, stem clasping fresh-green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-7)60cm
£4.35
1.00
Tradescantia 'Sylvana' (Andersoniana Group)
Spiderwort
 1.4Lt
(x andersoniana). New European hybrid with umbels of three-petalled claret-red flowers with furry anthers. Stems clasping fleshy green leaves on erect stems. Best in a poor soil in sun. (6-8) 35cm.
£4.65
2.00
Trautvetteria carolinensis occidentalis
 1.4Lt
Much like a condensed form of Thalictrum in flower. Creeping root with maple like fresh green leaves. Clustered heads of fluffy white flowers in summer. Rare North American plant for a well drained, leafy soil in part ot full shade. (6-8) 30cm.
£4.95
8.00
Tricyrtis hirta
Toad Lily
 1.4Lt
Large, white flowers with colourful stamens are borne in the leaf axils; August & September. A lovely form with hairy leaves. Rich not too dry soil in part shade. 90x60cms.
£4.95
2.00
Tricyrtis hirta 'Albomarginata'
Toad Lily
 2Lt
Erect stems, with the dark-green leaves having a very fine lemon-white margin. Upward facing white flowers with a heavy fine claret speckling. Moist, fertile yet well drained soil in part or full shade. (9-10) 60cm.
£6.75
1.00
Tricyrtis hirta 'Taiwan Atrianne'
Toad Lily
 1.4Lt
Shorter selection of this non running form. Well branched stems with exotic, small orchid like, dark blue-purple, almost black spotted flowers, so heavily marked the colour is predominantly black. Soft, hairy leaves. Cool, retentive soil in part shade.(8-10)60cm
£5.95
10.00
Tricyrtis hirta 'Variegata'
Toad lily
 1.4Lt
Neat form with the perfoliate leaves having a regular creamy-white margin. Exotic, upward orchid like white flowers covered in a fine maroon speckling, held in the upper leaf axils during late summer & autumn. Best in a retentive, woodland soil in part or full shade. (8-10) 50cm.
£6.95
4.00
Tricyrtis hirta 'Variegata'
Toad lily
 2Lt
£6.95
3.00
Tricyrtis macrantha macranthopsis
Yellow Toad Lily
 1.4Lt
Demanding a cool, moist woodland soil, this is ideal trailing over edges & rocks. Arching stems with pairs of glossy, deeply veined leaves. Clusters of long, tubular golden-yellow bells in the leaf axils during autumn. Dislikes drying out. Best in a sheltered woodland spot with some shade. (8-10) 30cm.
£5.35
2.00
Tricyrtis 'Tojen'
Toad Lily
 2Lt
Very floriferous upright well branched plant with a succession of large palest pink flowers that darken towards the edges with a yellow eye. Flowers august to october. Unspotted leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 60x45cm.
£6.95
1.00
Trifolium trichocephalum
 1.4Lt
£4.65
2.00
Trillium catesbyi
Wood Lily
 1Lt
coll;-S.Carolina. Desirable & difficult species with glossy, wavy edged leaves held in threes. The recurved PINK flowers are held on long stems & hang amongst the leaves. Hates chalk. Moist, rich, well drained soil in paer or full shade. 15x30cm.
£4.95
1.00
Trillium cuneatum
Wake Robin
 1Lt
A harbinger of Spring with 3-petalled, marbled, dark green leaves. Upturned, 3-petalled, burgundy flowers; March & April. Cool, moist, woodland conditions. 30x30cms.
£6.95
3.00
Trillium erectum (AGM)
Lamb's Quarters
 1Lt
Handsome plant with upward facing leaves in threes the single, MAROON flowers in the crown have paler anthers; April & May. Dies back quickly after flowering. Slow to multiply. Moist, cool, woodland soil in part or full shade. 40x30cm.
£6.95
10.00
Trillium flexipes
Wake Robin
 1Lt
Whorls of three, broad green leaves. Large, bowl-shaped, cream flowers nestle in the crown in spring. Usually dormant by summer. Deep, moist, humus rich soil in part or full shade. (4-5) 40cm.
£6.45
10.00
Trillium govanianum
Wake Robin
 1Lt
Rarely seen Himalayan species formerly in cluded in Trillidium. Whorls of dark-green leaves with three petalled yellow-green flowers, heavily flushed maroon, in the crown. Summer dormant. Leafy, woodland soil in part shade. Tricky in cultivation. (4-5) 20cm.
£6.95
3.00
Trillium grandiflorum (AGM)
Wood Lily, Wake Robin
 1Lt
A slow clump former the large, pure white flowers turning pink with age; March to May. These are produced in the leaf axils of the three, dark green leaves. Summer dormant. Fertile, moist soil in part shade or full shade. 30x30cm.
£6.95
6.00
Trillium grandiflorum polymerum 'Flore Pleno'
Double White Trillium
 1Lt
The rare & highly sought after double form of this white flowered species with two rows of pointed, pristine white flowers. Fresh green trifoliate leaves. Surprisingly robust in retentive, well drained soil in part shade. (4-5) 25cm.
£15.95
3.00
Trillium luteum (AGM)
Wake Robin
 1Lt
3-petalled, pale-primrose, upturned flowers within a nest' of 3 marbled-green leaves - a harbinger of spring! Cool, moist, woodland conditions. 30x30cm. Flowers: March-April
£6.45
10.00
Trillium recurvatum
Wood Lily, Wake Robin
 1Lt
A clump-former with clawed, erect, DEEP PURPLE flowers. The three-part, upturned leaves are heavily mottled brown. Summer dormant. Fertile, moist, soil in full or part shade. 30x30cm. Flowers: March-May.
£6.95
8.00
Trillium sessile
Wake Robin
 1Lt
Rare in cultivation, & often confused with T.cuneatum. In spring whorls of three petalled rich green leaves appear with three petalled deep purple flowers in their crown, unfortunately with a foetid small. Summer dormant. Moist well drained soil in shade.
£9.25
10.00
Trillium viridescens
Wake Robin
 1Lt
Rare species, with whorls of three, glossy green leaves, with a faint mottling. Three petalled, bowl-shaped, green flowers, with purple staining & unusual spoon-shaped petals. Summer dormant. Humus rich soil in part or deep shade. (4-5) 30cm.
£9.25
10.00
Tritonia crocata 'Tangerine'
 1.4Lt
Small cormous perennials with flared, trumpet-shaped tangerine-orange flowers held on wiry stems over fans of narrow sword-like leaves. Needs an excellently well drained soil in full sun. Protect in cold areas. (5-7) 15
£4.35
2.00
Tritonia lineata
 1.4Lt
relatively new to cultivation, this produces unusual biscuit-cream flowers before the leaves in spring. Narrow fans of upright leaves. Seems hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in the South at least. (2-5) 30cm.
£4.35
4.00
Tritonia lineata 'Parvifolia'
 1.4Lt
Cormous perennial closely related to Crocosmia. Slender spikes of funnel-shaped, soft cream flowers, flushed apricot on the tube;- autumn. Grassy, erect, linear leaves. Surprisingly hardy in a well drained, sheltered spot in sun. (8-9) 30cm.
£4.35
8.00
Trollius farreri farreri SDR7626
Globe Flower
 1.4Lt
A small, moisture loving, clump forming perennial with neat, basal mounds of bright green, slightly glossy leaves, finely cut & toothed. Branching stems are topped by clusters of shiny, cup-shaped, golden-yellow flowers, during early summer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. 45x40cm. (5-6)  
£4.95
2.00
Trollius laxus 'Albiflorus'
American Globeflower`
 1.4Lt
Small, alpine globeflower with basal clumps of much divided, fresh green leaves. Very short stems carry bowl-shaped, silky creamy white flowers, during May & June, the stems elongate after flowering. Moist yet free draining soil in sun. Rare in cultivation. (5-6) 15x30cm.
£5.65
3.00
Trollius pumilus
Globe Flower
 2Lt
Smaller Chinese Alpine species forming tight mats of deeply cut, dark green leaves. Bowl shaped golden yellow flowers in late spring. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (4-6) 20cm.
£6.95
1.00
Trollius x cultorum 'Alabaster'
Globe Flower
 1.4Lt
A most desirable plant slow to propagate. Beautiful incurved globe shaped double pale cream buttercups during midsummer. Basal clumps of fresh divided leaves. Any not too dry soil in sun or part shade. 60x30cm.
£4.95
1.00
Trollius x cultorum 'Cheddar'
Globe Flower
 1.4Lt
Showy buttercup-like, globe-shaped, double, palest creamy-yellow flowers; late spring to midsummer. Dark green, toothed, divided basal leaves. For a moist or retentive soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cm.
£4.95
1.00
Tulbaghia cernua CD&R 199
Society Garlic
 1.4Lt
More of a bulbous species with rather broad, strap like dark green leaves, dormant in winter. Arching stems with nodding green flowers with a yellow trumpet during mid to late summer. Will need the protection of a cold greenhouse in winter. (7-8) 50cm.
£4.65
2.00
Tulbaghia montana
Cape Onion
 1.4Lt
Much confused in cultivation with leucantha, this small, bulbous species has fine tufts of thread-like, fresh, evergreen leaves. Tiniest, trumpet-shaped white flowers with golden-yellow corolla;- spring & summer. Warm, sheltered spot in sun. (5-8) 10cm.
£4.70
7.00
Typhonium roxburghii
Typhonium
 1.4Lt
Small, surprisingly quick spreading species with short red stems topped by radial, velvet textured leaves divided into narrow leaflets. Small, stinky cream spathes spotted red during early summer. Seems reasonably hardy in a sheltered woodland garden. 30cm.
£5.95
11.00
Valeriana phu 'Aurea'
 2Lt
At its best in spring when the leaves turn a burnished gold before greening. Spikes of small white flowers; June. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 60x60cms.
£6.50
9.00
Veratrum formosanum
 1.4Lt
An unusual species with narrow pleated foliage. Panicles of starry dark purple flowers are produced in late summer. Best in a shady spot. Retentive soil. 50cms. From Hohuanshan in Tiawan.
£7.80
3.00
Veratrum maackii
 1.4Lt
Rare and choice species. Open panicles of starry, purple flowers spaced along a white, mealy stem. July-August. Pleated leaves. Best in a rich, retentive soil in light shade. (7-8). 1m by 30cms. 
£7.80
16.00
Veratrum nigrum (AGM)
False Hellbore
 1.4Lt
Imposing perennial with elliptic, heavily pleated mid-green leaves, hairy veined beneath. Bold, branched spikes of unpleasantly scented reddish-brown, almost black flowers from mid to late summer. Loved by slugs. Deep, fertile, moist yet well drained soil in part shade.150
£7.80
8.00
Verbena rigida (AGM)
Veined Verbena
 1.4Lt
Branching stems with showy, rich purple-magenta flowers all summer. Tuberous rooted, reasonably hardy perennial with rough, irregularly toothed leaves. Any good soil in sun. 60x60cm.
£4.50
7.00
Vernonia arkansana 'Alba'
New York Ironwood
 1.4Lt
This tall prairie plant can be 2mtrs in its native Illinois but is generally only a metre here. Very slowly forms clumps of thick stems with elliptic leaves. Flattened heads of starry white daisies age a rusty brown, hence the common name ironweed. Flowers late into autumn. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (9-11) 120cm.
£4.65
4.00
Vernonia arkansana 'Mammuth'
Ironweed
 2Lt
Tall, easy to grow back of the border perennial with flattened heads of rayless daisy like rich purple flowers;- early autumn to christmas. Big clump former, initially slow but never invasive. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-11) 200cm.
£5.99
3.00
Vernonia gigantea
Giant Ironweed
 2Lt
Tall growing Eastern American native with airy heads of fluffy, Aster like dark violet flowers on dark stems in late autumn. Simple, alternate leaves. Spectacular when established. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (9-11) 210cm.
£6.45
10.00
Vernonia noveboracensis
New York Ironweed
 2Lt
Flattened heads of small, DEEP PURPLE daisies in late autumn over a long period. Good for cutting. Tall stems with willowy leaves. Native of streamsides & moist areas. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. 180x90cm.
£6.45
11.00
Vernonia noveboracensis 'White Lightning'
Ironweed
 1.4Lt
One of the last perennials to flower, this bold, back of the border plant has stout stems with elliptic, finely toothed leaves. Heads of small, fluffy, daisy like white flowers during October & November. Breeds true from seed. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (10-11) 150cm.
£4.95
3.00
Veronica austriaca teucrium 'Crater Lake Blue' (AGM)
 1.4Lt
Good, quick spreading, evergreen ground cover with narrow spires of clear blue flowers; June-August. Well drained soil in a sunny position. 45x60cms.
£4.75
18.00
Veronica austriaca teucrium 'Crater Lake Blue' (AGM)
 2Lt
£6.95
1.00
Veronica austriaca teucrium 'Royal Blue' (AGM)
Bird's Eye
 1.4Lt
Continuous succession of deep-blue hooded flowers in densely packed spikes on erect stems throughout summer. A bushy, spreading, ground coverer. Dry sunny site in a well drained soil. 30x60cm.
£4.75
18.00
Veronica 'First Lady'
Speedwell
 1.4Lt
Very much a spicata hybrid, this dwarf edger has short, branching, erect spikes of white flowers over a very long period from late spring to mid autumn. Toothed, grey flushed leaves. Light, free draining soil in sun or part shade. 40x60cm.
£4.75
16.00
Veronica 'First Love'
Speedwell
 1.4Lt
Very much a spicata hybrid, this dwarf edger has short, branching, erect spikes of small, glowing, fluorescent pink flowers over a very long period from late spring to mid autumn. Toothed, grey flushed leaves. Light, free draining soil in sun or part shade. (5-9) 40x60cm.
£4.75
14.00
Veronica gentianoides 'Robusta'
Speedwell
 1.4Lt
Spikes of cup-shaped, clear light-blue flowers; early summer. An improved, strong-growing form with evergreen, glossy leaves in basal rosettes. Retentive YET well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.
£4.75
6.00
Veronica gentianoides 'Variegata'
Speedwell
 2Lt
A low, mat-forming evergreen with broad, dark green leaves edged cream. Spires of palest blue flowers are an excellent foil in May & June. Moisture retentive, fertile soil in sun. 45x45cms.
£6.45
2.00
Veronica longifolia 'Blauer Sommer'
Speedwell
 1.4Lt
Long, narrow spires of single, bright blue flowers on upright stems. A good mid-border plant for retentive soil in sun. 90x90cms. Flowers: June-August
£4.80
5.00
Veronica longifolia 'Schneeriesen'
Speedwell
 1.4Lt
syn. Snow Giantess' Strong, upright stems carrying densely packed spikes of IVORY-WHITE flowers; June to August. Toothed glossy green leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 90cm.
£4.75
14.00
Veronica spicata 'Ulster Blue Dwarf'
Speedwell
 1.4Lt
Dwarf Irish species, forming mats of grey flushed, toothed leaves. Narrow, erect spikes of deep, inky, violet-blue flowers during early summer. Good edger for well drained soil in a sunny site. (5-7) 10cm.
£4.75
17.00
Veronicastrum virginicum 'Diane'
Culver's Root
 2Lt
Long narrow slender spikes of palest blush-pink flowers with protruding stamens; midsummer to early autumn. Unbranched stems with toothed lance shaped leaves. Fertile humus rich moist soil in sun or part shade. 160x75cm.
£6.45
2.00
Veronicastrum virginicum 'Erica'
Culver's Root
 2Lt
Tall, back of the border perennial with large, branched spikes of small, soft-rose spikes of flowers opening from rose-pink buds;- late summer into autumn. Much like a supersize Veronica. takes time to establish. retentive soil in sun or part shade. 2.0m.
£6.50
12.00
Veronicastrum virginicum 'Fascination'
Culver's Root
 2Lt
Long stems (to 1.5m) topped with generous spikes of pinky-lilac, veronica-like flowers; August. Dark stems neatly lined with whorls of pointed leaves. From Tom Der Linden's garden, Holland & named by Piet Oudolf. Humus-rich, moist soil in sun or part shade.
£5.45
5.00
Veronicastrum virginicum 'Lavendelturm'
Culver's Root
 2Lt
Long narrow slender spikes of tubular lavender-blue flowers with protruding stamens; midsummer to early autumn. tall unbranched stems with toothed pointed leaves. Retentive humus rich soil in full sun. 150x75cm.
£6.95
6.00
Vicia sp.
Vetch
 1.4Lt
Raised from seed from Chile, we are not really sure if this is a Vicia or Lathyrus. Scrambling, twining stems with large, broadly pinnate, dark-green leaves. Small clusters of bicoloured, lilac & white, pea like flowers are held in the leaf axils during late summer & autumn. Seems hardy in a well drained soil in sun. Ht, to 2.0mtrs. 
£5.95
6.00
Vincetoxicum hirundinaria
Swallowwort
 1.4Lt
For the collector only, this unusual small twining species has elliptic, leathery dark-green leaves. Clusters of yellow flushed white flowers, much like an Asclepias appear in the upper leaf axils during summer. Retentive soil in light shade. (6-7) 90cm.
£4.95
8.00
Viola 'Coeur D'alsace'
Violet
 1.4Lt
(Sweet violet) Delicate, creeping ground cover for a partly shaded spot. Small, sweetly scented, dusky, purple-pink flowers nestle amongst the rounded leaves in spring. Retentive soil in part shade. 10x20cm.
£4.35
1.00
Viola 'Dawnie' (Vt)
Sweet Violet
 1.4Lt
From the national collection holders, this has rather dusky amethyst-plum flowers with narrow, slightly twisted petals, from February to April. Has a pleasing scent. Mats of heart-shaped leaves. Retentive,w ell drained soil in dappled shade. (2-4) 10cm.
£4.35
1.00
Viola 'Jack Sampson' (Vt)
Sweet Violet
 1.4Lt
Well scented violet-blue flowers, held on slightly longer stems, just above the heart shaped leaves from March to May. They have a pleasant sweet scent. Retentive, well drained soil in dappled shade. (3-5) 15cm.
£4.35
1.00
Viola riviniana Purpurea Group
Wood/Common Dog Violet
 1.4Lt
Attractive form with PALE VIOLET-BLUE flowers with white or pale purple spurs. Basal tufts of semi-evergreen, rounded, dark purplish green leaves. Invasive but excellent in a wild or woodland garden. Humus-rich, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 15x30cms.
£4.35
1.00
Viola sororia 'Dark Freckles'
Viola
 1.4Lt
Selected from the popular Freckles', this has elegant, light-blue flowers with a heavy speckling of purple, giving a darker effect than it's parent. Dark-green, heart-shaped leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (4-6) 10cm.
£4.50
12.00
Viola sororia 'Freckles'
Woolly Blue Violet
 1.4Lt
Lovely chalky-white flowers heavily speckled blue; late spring & early summer. Good fresh green basal clumps of leaves. Good ground cover in retentive soil in sun or part shade. 20x60cm.
£4.50
14.00
Wachendorfia thyrsiflora
 2Lt
Spectacular subject for a warm border or pot with winter protection. Fans of spectacular pleated leaves. Long spikes of golden-orange flowers all summer. Hardy in the Southwest. Well drained soil in sun. (5-8) 180cm.
£6.95
15.00
Watsonia borbonica 'Peach Glow'
Cape Bugle
 1.4Lt
Tall, erect, bulbous plant from South Africa with fans of broad, leathery leaves. Tall stems with one sided spikes of flared, trumpet-shaped soft peachy apricot flowers during late spring & early summer. Needs moisture at flowering & a dry winter, in a sunny, sheltered spot. (5-7) 120cm.
£4.95
6.00
Watsonia meriana
Watsonia
 1.4Lt
Large species with branched spikes of flared, bright rose-red, tubular flowers during midsummer. Upright fans of broad, sword-like, dark-green leaves. Likes moisture at flowering but otherwise needs a warm, sheltered spot in sun. (6-8) 90cm.
£4.95
8.00
Watsonia meriana bulbillifera
Watsonia
 1.4Lt
Branched spikes of narrow, tubular bright rose-red flowers with spreading lobes. Small bulbils are produced which can be grown on to flowering size. Erect clumps of narrow leaves. Needs a dry site with planty of moisture in spring. (7-9) 90cm
£4.65
2.00
Watsonia pillansii
Watsonia
 2Lt
Cormous perennials fron S.Africa. Fans of sword-like leaves with arching umbels of tubular orange-red flowers. Easy to grow in the west, needing plenty of summer moisture in the east. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 75cm
£6.95
1.00
Watsonia 'Pink Hybrid'
Watsonia
 1.4Lt
Despite the rather prosaic name, this is a very distinct, tall, late flowering hybrid. Very long spikes of flared, intense cerise-pink retina tearing flowers during June & July. erect fans of leathery, sword like leaves. Moisture at flowering, dry in winter is desirable. (6-7) 120cm.
£5.35
1.00
Wulfenia baldaccii
 1.4Lt
Small evergreen alpine with basal rosettes of leathery, round lobed basal leaves. Whorled spikes of narrowly tubular, rich lilac-blue flowers during early to midsummer. From Albania. Retentive, free draining soil in sun or light shade. (5-6) 20cm.
£4.95
4.00
x Alworthia 'Black Gem'
 3Lt
Aloe x Haworthia. Small, evergreen, rosette forming fleshy succulent with recurving rosettes of thick, triangular leaves heavily flushed reddish black especially when exposed to cold. Erect stems with clusters of narrowly tubular, nodding orange flowers during late summer. Gritty soil kept frost free. 30x30cm. (7-8)
£6.95
7.00
x Heucherella 'Kimono'
Heuchera x Tiarella
 1.4Lt
Rhis form is closer to Tiarella, with large, maple-shaped, soft mint-green leaves, with a silver overlay, with the veins stained black. Short spikes of starry white flowers from pink buds all summer. good ground cover for part shade or sun. (5-8) 40x60cm.
£5.45
7.00
Ypsilandra thibetica
 1.4Lt
Unusual woodlander with rosettes of long, narrow, fleshy green leaves. Spikes of spidery white flowers mature dusky pink with age,, through spring into summer. There appears to be two forms in cultivation. Cool, moist woodland soil in pt/shade. 30cm.
£8.90
3.00
Zantedeschia aethiopica 'Childsiana'
Arum Lily
 2Lt
A dwarfer, more compact variation of the normal species, with perhaps a touch more hardiness. Showy white spathes over a long period over mounds of arrow-shaped glossy-green leaves. Rich, moist or wet soil in sun. (5-8) 30cm.
£6.75
1.00
Zantedeschia aethiopica 'Crowborough' (AGM)
Arum Lily
 3Lt
Probably the hardiest of all the Arum Lilies. Large, white spathes, with a yellow spadix, throughout summer. Bold, arrow shaped, glossy leaves form vigorous clumps. Retentive or moist soil in sun or light shade. Mulch well in cold winters. (6-9) 75cm.
£8.35
1.00
Zantedeschia aethiopica 'Crowborough' (AGM)
Arum Lily
 2Lt
£6.75
4.00
Zantedeschia aethiopica 'Glencoe'
 1.4Lt
Tall, very robust hybrid, bred from 'Crowborough' so one of the hardiest. Huge, pure white spathes on 1.5mtr stems from late May through July. Tall stems with large, smooth green, arrow-shaped leaves. Retentive to wet, even pond margins in sun. (5-7) 150cm.
£4.65
3.00
Zantedeschia aethiopica 'Green Goddess' (AGM)
Arum Lily
 2Lt
Spectacular, large flowered species for a moist border or even planted as a marginal, where it is considerably tougher. Spathe shaped white flowers with a the edges of the petals lime green, suffusing into the flower. Needs a sunny, sheltered site. (5-9) 60cm.
£6.35
4.00
Zauschneria californica 'Western Hills' (AGM)
Hummingbird Fuchsia
 2Lt
Introduced by Western Hills nursery in California, this woody based sub-shrub has narrow, linear, grey-green leaves. Small heads of long, narrowly tubular, scarlet-orange flowers from midsummer tthrough autumn. Well drained spot in sun.
£9.85
1.00
Zephyranthes candida
Rain Lily
 1.4Lt
Probably the hardiest species. Small bulbous perennial with crocus-like white flowers over clumps of narrow, grassy leaves. More or less hardy & multiplies well. Warm, sheltered, gritty, well drained spot in sun. (7-9) 15cm.
£4.35
2.00