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Field Scabious

Field Scabious

Knautia arvensis

Price: £4.95

The tallest of our native Scabious, growing up to 1 metre in height, it flowers all Summer long from July to October providing high quality nectar for bees and butterflies. The leaves are an important food source for the caterpillars of the rare Chalkhill Blue butterfly. The flowers are like flat, pin-cushions surrounded by a delicate frill of soft mauve petals. Field Scabious is part of the Teasel family, so leave some flowers to go to seed to feed the finches in winter. An essential ingredient if planting a Wildflower meadow or for giving a light, airy cottage garden feel to the border. Happy in any reasonably well-drained, sunny site but, dislikes very acid soils. Read More...

Filipendula rubra 'Venusta'

Filipendula rubra 'Venusta'

Pink Meadowsweet

Price: £7.99

Also known as Queen of the Prairies, Filipendula Venusta is like an Astilbe on steroids! Growing to 2m tall with jagged, palmate leaves and huge fluffy plumes of candy floss pink flowers from mid - late summer, this makes a stunning specimen plant and will provide real impact at the back of a moist border or in a bog garden. Will grow in full sun in moist conditions but, in drier areas it is happier in part shade. A vigorous, upright perennial with soft, fluffy clouds of deep, rose-pink flowers that fade to pale pink with age. Will tolerate extremely boggy sites and heavy clay. Rabbit resistant and an excellent cut flower. Fully hardy. RHS - AGM Royal Horticultural Society - Award of Garden Merit Read More...

Geranium maculatum 'Espresso'

Geranium maculatum 'Espresso'

Cranesbill

Price: £6.50

A great clump-forming perennial for shade. large, loose mounds of deeply divided chocolate brown foliage provide the perfect foil for the delicate, pale pink, cup-shaped flowers that float above the leaves in loose clusters from mid-late spring. Great in woodland or for softening the edges of paths and borders, the unusual reddish, coffee stained foliage makes other blooms appear to glow against it. Looks particularly good with apricots and lime greens. As with all geraniums, happy in any soil in sun or part shade and will tolerate reasonably deep shade but, at the expense of some flowers. Fully hardy Read More...

Geranium sanguineum 'Album'

Geranium sanguineum 'Album'

Bloody Cranesbill

Price: £6.00

This hardy Geranium becomes smothered with pretty, papery, pure white cup-shaped blooms in late spring and early summer. Thrives in either sun or some shade and makes an excellent groundcover plant beneath shrubs. Perfect for walls and rockeries or the front of a low-maintenance border. Attractive, deeply cut, dark green foliage forms neat mounds and will 'spill' slightly over a wall or raised bed. Foliage turns slightly reddish/orange in autumn. Prefers good drainage.Easy to grow and care for. Fully hardy. Read More...

Geranium sanguineum 'Ankum's pride'

Geranium sanguineum 'Ankum's pride'

Bloody Cranesbill

Price: £6.00

Large, single, violet-pink blooms all summer long above mounds of delicate, dark green foliage. Flowers May -August Attracts bees and butterflies. Fully hardy, clump-forming perennial. Perfect for the front of the border or under shrubs. Ht 15cm. Low maintenance and easy to grow. Read More...

Geranium sanguineum var. 'Striatum'

Geranium sanguineum var. 'Striatum'

Striped Bloody Cranesbill

Price: £6.00

Soft, mound- forming perennial with deeply divided dark green leaves which provide the perfect foil for the tissue paper-like, single, cup-shaped pale pink flowers. The flowers have crimson centres and veining giving a delicate, striped effect and bloom continuously from June - end of August. Drought tolerant once established and happy in sun or part shade. This compact little perennial would be well-suited to a rockery or for use as border edging. Geraniums adapt to any soil type making them ideal for gardening beginners. Height 15cm, spread 30cm. Fully hardy. RHS - AGM Royal Horticultural Society - Award of Garden Merit   Read More...

Geum 'Leonard's Variety'

Geum 'Leonard's Variety'

Avens

Price: £6.00

Dark maroon stems with delicately nodding, coppery-pink, bell-shaped flowers, followed by attractive seedheads. Flowers are double and long-blooming April – June. Foliage is evergreen, roughly hairy and interestingly textured and forms neat mounds. Happy in sun or part shade.  Would prefer a moist site.  Height 40cm (1ft) Fully hardy. Read More...

Geum coccineus 'Koi'

Geum coccineus 'Koi'

Avens

Price: £6.00

Compact, bushy perennial, forming neat mounds, with really striking bright orange, single flowers on long, slender stems. These stunning, almost neon orange flowers bloom from May - August. Evergreen foliage is roughly hairy and scalloped. Height 30cm/1ft. The evergreen foliage and long flowering period would make this hardy perennial an ideal choice at the front of a moist border. Prefers a site with some sun or partial shade and slightly moist soil. Loved by bees. Read More...

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Helleborus orientalis 'Double Queen Mixed'

Helleborus orientalis 'Double Queen Mixed'

Christmas Rose

Price: £5.95

Large nodding, ruffled blooms with speckled petals in a range of colours from soft rose pinks, deep maroons, slate blues, yellow-greens and creamy whites. This really beautiful winter-flowering plant begins blooming in mid-winter as temperatures plummet and brings a welcome splash of colour to the garden at its most barren time of year. Excellent for naturalising under trees and perfect for a shady border. Hellebores will thrive in brighter conditions but, really come into their own in quite deep shade where nothing much will grow and where their large, showy blooms are even more appreciated.Mounds of glossy, dark greeen, evergreen foliage make this a handsome addition to a border year-round. Easy and trouble free. Forms good, large clumps over time which can be divided. Makes excellent cut flowers and flowers can be dried too. Fully hardy in even the most severe winters. n.b Plant supplied will be only one of the colours listed above. We cannot specify a particular colour, Read More...

Helleborus orientalis 'Slate Double'

Helleborus orientalis 'Slate Double'

Price: £6.50

Gorgeously dramatic, ruffled, slate-black blooms look absolutely stunning in stark winter borders. This really beautiful winter-flowering plant begins blooming in mid-winter as temperatures plummet and brings a welcome splash of colour to the garden at its most barren time of year. Excellent for naturalising under trees and perfect for a shady border. Hellebores will thrive in brighter conditions but, really come into their own in quite deep shade where nothing much will grow and where their large, showy blooms are even more appreciated.Mounds of glossy, dark greeen, evergreen foliage make this a handsome addition to a border year-round. Easy and trouble free. Forms good, large clumps over time which can be divided. Makes excellent cut flowers and flowers can be dried too. Fully hardy in even the most severe winters. Read More...

Helleborus x hybridus Double Yellow

Helleborus x hybridus Double Yellow

Winter Hellebore

Price: £6.50

Large nodding, double blooms in prettiest primrose yellow, really stand out and bring a welcoming splash of colour to the stark winter garden. Excellent for naturalising under trees and perfect for a shady border or in the gaps left between herbaceous perennials as they die back through the winter months.  Hellebores will thrive in brighter conditions but, really come into their own in quite deep shade where nothing much will grow and where their large, showy blooms are even more appreciated. Mounds of glossy, dark greeen, evergreen foliage make this a handsome addition to a border year-round. Easy and trouble free. Forms good, large clumps over time which can be divided. Makes excellent cut flowers and flowers can be dried too. Fully hardy in even the most severe winters. Read More...

Hemerocallis 'Coming up Roses'

Hemerocallis 'Coming up Roses'

Daylily

Price: £6.50

This unusual Daylily bears pretty, rose-pink, exotic- looking blooms that are softly fragrant on tall, sturdy stems from June - September. These are real show-stoppers in the border and though each flower last only a day, they keep throwing up new flowers for weeks on end. Strappy bright green foliage forms sturdy clumps and is semi-evergreen. Incredibly easy to grow on any site in any soil. Flowers are edible too. Read More...

Hemerocallis 'Whoopy'

Hemerocallis 'Whoopy'

Daylily

Price: £6.50

Enormous fragrant, lightly ruffled darkest purple-red flowers with black centres and a contrasting lime-green throat on tall, sturdy stems from June - September. These are real show-stoppers in the border and though each flower last only a day, they keep throwing up new flowers for weeks on end. Strappy bright green foliage forms sturdy clumps and is semi-evergreen. Incredibly easy to grow on any site in any soil. Flowers are edible too. Read More...

Hemerocallis Fragrant Returns

Hemerocallis Fragrant Returns

Daylily

Price: £6.50

Pale lemon yellow, exotic-looking blooms with lightly ruffled petals against a backdrop of bright green strappy leaves. The 3" flowers have a strong, sweet fragrance and stay open into the evening, making this Daylily a real showstopper. Flowers appear from early June and will carry on right through until the first frosts. Daylillies are extremely easy to grow and adaptable to a wide range of growing conditions. Once established they are very drought, wind, salt and pollution tolerant and extremely long-lived. Rabbit resistant. Read More...

Hemerocallis fulva 'Flore Pleno'

Hemerocallis fulva 'Flore Pleno'

Double Daylily

Price: £6.50

This unusual Daylily bears large, dark orange, exotic- looking, double blooms on tall, sturdy stems from June - September. These are real show-stoppers in the border and though each flower last only a day, they keep throwing up new flowers for weeks on end. Strappy green foliage forms sturdy clumps and is semi-evergreen. Prolific and vigorous. Incredibly easy to grow on any site in any soil. Flowers are edible too. Height 90cm (3ft) Read More...

Hemerocallis Pardon Me

Hemerocallis Pardon Me

Day Lily

Price: £6.50

Small but richly fragrant, bright red flowers with a chartreuse green throat look truly exotic. Gorgeous againsy a backdrop of strap-like, arching leaves. As the name 'Day Lily' suggests, each flower lasts only a day but, they appear in profusion from July-September, especially once established. An easy to grow, really hardy, clump-forming perennial. Hemerocallis is extremely wind tolerant so they work well in coastal gardens or on exposed sites. They look great softening the edge of a path or driveway. Plant darker colours such as 'Pardon Me' against lighter colours for greater impact. Happy in sun or part shade in any moist soil. Read More...

Hemerocallis Stella D'Oro

Hemerocallis Stella D'Oro

Day Lily

Price: £6.50

Stunning exotic-looking blooms in a velvety orange-yellow 2.5" across. They look gorgeous set against the backdrop of strappy, bright green leaves. Beautiful soft fragrance. A lower growing form of Day Lily ( height up to 40cm ), Stella D'Oro is a compact and vigorous, clump-forming perennial which is extremely hardy and easy to grow. As its common name might suggest, each flower last only a day but, they are frequent, profuse and long-flowering and the foliage remains looking handsome throughout. Flowers from Mid-Summer right up to the first frosts of Winter. Extremely wind tolerant so great for coastal gardens or particularly exposed sites. They prefer a moist soil and are excellent for planting beside a pond or stream. Prefers full sun or light shade for optimum flowering. RHS - AGM Royal Horticultural Society - Award of Garden Merit. Read More...

Honeysuckle

Honeysuckle

Lonicera periclymenum

Price: £7.00

Still common in our woods and hedgerows and one of our most iconic Wildflowers. Still known in some areas by its old name of Woodbine.The richly scented tubular flowers in whorled clusters can be variable from yellowish-cream, streaked with lilac or red, fading to orange after pollination. The fragrance is strongest at night to attract moths to pollinate and nothing is more evocative of balmy Summer evenings than the warm scent of  Wild Honeysuckle. One of the first deciduous plants to come into leaf, often as early as January. It is happy in any situation in any soil that isn't totally waterlogged. Fruits are clusters of shiny red berries and its scrambling, twining stems provide excellent nesting sites for small birds. Read More...

Iris 'Captive Sun'

Iris 'Captive Sun'

Dwarf Bearded Iris

Price: £6.50

Stunning blooms have pure white standards and white falls with a bold yellow central splash and palest blue beards.  April - May. Perfect in a rock garden or at the front of a sunny border.  Prefers a well-drained site in full sun.  Height 25cm Read More...

Iris 'Fortunate Son'

Iris 'Fortunate Son'

Tall Bearded Iris

Price: £6.99

A stunning bearded iris with sumptuous wine red, ruffled blooms that have a striking blue beard. These exotic-looking, showy flowers make a real statement in the early summer border. Blooms April - May. Plant in a sunny border in well drained soil (or add grit when planting) leaving the top half of the rhizomes exposed. Forms an upright clump of strap-shaped pale green leaves. Total height approx. 2ft tall by 18" wide. It looks fabulous planted in drifts in a sunny border and really dramatic amongst paler blooms. Plant towards the middle of the border to fully appreciate the colour. Fully hardy. Read More...

Iris 'Tinkerbell'

Iris 'Tinkerbell'

Dwarf Bearded Iris

Price: £6.50

Large, soft lilac-blue flowers, with deeper blue markings on the falls, and white beards, in late spring. April – May. So pretty at the front of a border or in a rockery in full sun and reasonably well-drained soil. Fully hardy. Green-grey sword shaped leaves.  Height 20 -30cm (1ft) Read More...

Iris sib. 'Dreaming Yellow'

Iris sib. 'Dreaming Yellow'

Siberian Iris

Price: £6.50

A beautiful, tall, bi-coloured Iris with full, creamy white petals and buttery- yellow centres. The Siberian Iris are an easy, trouble-free group, forming clumps of grassy foliage with a late spring display of butterfly - like flowers.  Excellent in a moist border. Happy in sun or part shade.  Flowers May - June. Siberian Iris are tolerant of wet sites and will even grow in the shallow water at the edge of a pond or stream.  Good cut flowers. Fully hardy. Read More...

Iris sib. 'Silver Edge'

Iris sib. 'Silver Edge'

Siberian Iris

Price: £6.50

Stunning violet blue, ruffled flowers outlined in silver with attractive, veined throats.  Siberian Irises form a sturdy clump of strappy, grass-like, bright green foliage in the border.  Blooming in early summer May-June. Siberian Iris are tolerant of wet sites and will even grow in the shallow water at the edge of a pond or stream. They are quite happy and easy in any soil in sun or part shade and are really useful as an alternative to bearded irises in more moist or shady gardens.  A taller Iris, growing to a height of approx 1m (3ft), making it ideal mid-border and so pretty with pink roses and peonies. Fully hardy. Read More...

Iris x robusta 'Gerald Darby'

Iris x robusta 'Gerald Darby'

Price: £6.50

Delicate, dark violet flowers with a contrasting yellow splash and attractive dark veining.  The really unique thing about Gerald Darby is the year round appeal of the foliage. Attractive, sword shaped leaves are green tipped and a gorgeous purple colour at the base on mature plants. Blooms May - June Happy in any soil but will tolerate wet soils and can be grown in pond margins or heavy clay. Fully hardy.  Height 1.2m (4ft) Read More...

Jasminum beesianum

Jasminum beesianum

Red Jasmine

Price: £7.99

Jasminum beesianum is an unusual, evergreen climber with fragrant, tubular, reddish pink flowers, borne in clusters from late spring to early summer. The exotic looking flowers look really striking against the delicate, bright green, lance-shaped foliage and are followed by shiny black berries. Prefers a sheltered, sunny position in well-drained soil and will require surface mulching and some protection in colder areas. Frost hardy. Suitable for conservatory growing. Or over South-facing trellis', walls and archways. Eventual height 3.5m (10ft) and spread 3m (9ft). After 5yrs. Read More...

Jasminum x Stephanense

Jasminum x Stephanense

Pink Jasmine

Price: £6.50

A vigorous, twining climber smothered in clusters of fragrant, pale pink, starry flowers  1/2" across from Early to Mid-Summer. Semi-evergreen with delicate, decorative foliage. Looks beautiful growing over an arch or against a sunny wall. Prefers a sheltered, sunny, well-drained position. Frost hardy. Protect in cold areas. Prune lightly after flowering. RHS - AGM Royal Horticultural Society - Award of Garden Merit. Read More...

Kniphofia 'Timothy'

Kniphofia 'Timothy'

Red Hot Poker

Price: £6.50

Clump forming perennial with strong, strappy foliage and tall, tropical-looking spikes of salmon-peach, tubular flowers on sturdy bronze stems. This is a great perennial for late summer colour and giving the garden a taste of the exotic. Flowers June to September. Height 90cm/ 3ft. Really easy in any soil in sun or part shade. Loved by bees. Read More...