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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 'Black Tie Affair'

Iris 'Black Tie Affair'

Fragrant Tall Bearded

Price: £6.95

Darkest blue, almost black flowers are so elegant and look stunning in pots or in the border.These are bound to turn heads!Large flowered variety with frilled petals.Fully hardyPrefers a sunny, well-drained site.Height 90cm (3ft) Read More...

Iris 'Cherry Garden'

Iris 'Cherry Garden'

Dwarf Bearded Iris

Price: £6.50

Deep, wine-red flowers with purple-blue beards give the same dramatic impact as their taller cousins, but smaller in stature and earlier blooming April - May. Iris Cherry Garden are charming tucked into a rock garden or at the front of a sunny border. Wide, sword-shaped, evergreen foliage forms a clump of light green with upright flower stems.  As with all bearded irises, it would prefer a well-drained site in full sun. Read More...

Iris 'Raspberry Blush'

Iris 'Raspberry Blush'

Intermediate Bearded

Price: £6.99

Large, raspberry pink, fragrant flowers are delicately crimped and fade to a soft blush at the edges.  Incredibly free-flowering. A really compact Iris, growing to only 45cm (1,5ft), making it ideal towards the front of a sunny border. Fully hardy RHS - AGM Royal Horticultural Society - Award of Garden Merit 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...

Lady's Bedstraw

Lady's Bedstraw

Galium verum

Price: £4.95

Golden yellow, fragrant, billowing masses of tiny flowers that smell strongly of new mown hay throughout the summer. Legend has it that Mary gave birth to Jesus on a bed of this plant and that the plant has been blessed with golden flowers ever since (all other Bedstraws are white). More recently, the flowers were used to stuff mattresses in medieval times as the pleasant smell of the dried plant was said to discourage fleas. Shiny, narrow, lance-shaped bright green leaves are produced in whorls around the stems. This delightful native perennial is fairly common along roadsides and hedgerows and looks fabulous in a meadow where its sprawling, clouds of scented flowers and soft, billowing foliage create gentle summery drifts. The roots of this plant can be used to produce a red dye and the flowers can be used as a natural rennet to curdle cheese. Tolerates mowing. Attracts a wide variety of butterflies and is the food source of the Hummingbird Hawk Moth.   Read More...

Lonicera elisae

Lonicera elisae

Shrub Honeysuckle

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Lonicera periclymenum var. 'Serotina'

Lonicera periclymenum var. 'Serotina'

Late Dutch Honeysuckle

Price: £8.99

A gorgeous late-blooming Honeysuckle with showy white and purple cartwheel flowers.A classic cottage garden climber with a fantastic scent that will scramble happily over walls, fences, sheds or pergolas.Attracts bees and butterflies.Fully hardy.Deciduous.Flowers July - October providing masses of sweetly perfumed flowers for weeks, later in the summer.Happy in sun or part shade.Height 7m (21ft) RHS -AGMRoyal Horticultural Award of Garden Merit Read More...

Lonicera x purpusii Winter Beauty

Lonicera x purpusii Winter Beauty

Winter Honeysuckle

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Loropetalum chinense var. rubrum 'Fire Dance'

Loropetalum chinense var. rubrum 'Fire Dance'

Chinese Witch Hazel

Price: £8.99

Evergreen shrub with bronze-purple foliage forming a bushy mound approx 2mx 2m (6ft x 6ft)   Exotic, spidery, shocking pink flowers cover the plant from February to April.   Prefers part shade and protection from strong winds. May require some winter protection in colder areas. Flowers are sweetly scented.   Read More...

Marsh Marigold, Kingcup

Marsh Marigold, Kingcup

Caltha palustris

Price: £5.95

Giant , golden yellow buttercup flowers with numerous yellow stamens, perfect for brightening up a bog garden, damp meadow or moist border and will happily grow in the shallow water margins of a pond, lake or stream where its flowers look incredible multiplied in reflection on the surface of the water. Fleshy, dark green, kidney shaped leaves provide a good contrast in form with reeds, rushes and water irises. A robust, leafy, clump-forming perennial growing to a height of 30-50cm. Many habitats have been lost due to development of riversides and lowland draining. Flowers produce a yellow dye. Flowers March - June Good nectar plant. Prefers full sun or part shade. The only British native to receive the RHS - AGM Royal Horticultural Society - Award of Garden Merit.   Read More...

Meadow Clary

Meadow Clary

Salvia pratensis, Wild sage

Price: £4.95

Classified as Near Threatened and currently under protection in the UK, this woody-stemmed perennial produces spikes of deep, violet-blue lipped flowers from summer right through until autumn. Perfect in the border and fabulous as a splash of drama when naturalised in grass. Forms an upright clump 3ft tall by 2ft wide. The wrinkled leaves of this plant are pleasantly aromatic when crushed. Deadhead to encourage a second flush of flowers. Loved by butterflies. Happy in any moist, well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. Historically, aside from its medicinal properties, it was used to flavour beer and wines. Read More...

Meadow Cranesbill

Meadow Cranesbill

Geranium pratense

Price: £4.95

Soft violet-blue, nodding flowers right through from June to September are so delicate on this pretty cottage garden plant. Heavily dissected dark green leaves turn an attractive shade of red in autumn. Easy to establish in a garden. Grows well in any sunny position. Loved by bumble and honey bees and the food plant of the Brown Argus butterfly. Its name derives from the beak-like fruits, which divide into segments, curl upwards and explode to release the seed. A great fun plant for children to grow. Read More...

Meadowsweet

Meadowsweet

Filipendula ulmaria

Price: £4.95

Huge frothy heads of creamy white, sweetly scented flowers from early summer right through to September characterise this sumptuous meadow plant. Its statuesque proportions make it an excellent plant for the back of the border where it will provide an excellent foil for other blooms and won't require staking. Happy in sun or part shade it prefers moist soil including the boggy margins of ponds. Read More...

Monarda 'Croftway Pink'

Monarda 'Croftway Pink'

Bergamot

Price: £6.50

Pretty whorls of tubular, rose pink flowers above purplish bracts look gorgeous in the late summer border. Leaves and flowers are wonderfully perfumed. Mildew resistant. Edible flowers. Attracts bees. June -September Ht 1m (3ft) Read More...

Monarda didyma Cambridge Scarlet

Monarda didyma Cambridge Scarlet

Bergamot

Price: £6.99

Clump-forming perennial that bears whorls of wild, exotic-looking bright red spiky flowers throughout the Summer. Foliage is strongly perfumed and forms neat mounds. Height and Spread 90x 75cm. Happy in Sun/ Part Shade, prefers moist soils but will grow in most soils if planted with some manure or compost. A deservedly popular border plant and the best true-red monarda. Rabbit resistant. Deadhead to prolong flowering. Fully hardy. Attracts bees and butterflies. Read More...

Narcissus 'Elka'

Narcissus 'Elka'

Miniature Daffodil

Price: £4.45

Like a larger 'Tete-a-Tete' but in the most perfect ivory, a very classy daffodil, ideal for pots and containers and the front of a bed. It's very early to flower (can flower as early as February) is new and yet has already won an RHS AGM.Scented.Height 20cm. March-April.Sun/ part shade. RHS -AGMRoyal Horticultural Award of Garden Merit Available as a small clump, ready planted in a 1L pot which can be either left to flower in the pot, transplanted into another container or transplanted into your garden. Read More...

Narcissus 'Ice King'

Narcissus 'Ice King'

White Double Daffodil

Price: £4.45

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Narcissus 'Jetfire'

Narcissus 'Jetfire'

Miniature Daffodil

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Narcissus 'Replete'

Narcissus 'Replete'

Pink Daffodil

Price: £4.45

Pretty peachy pink ruffles surrounded by clean white outer petals make this stunning pink daffodil a welcome addition to any border. A rare and unusual mid-height daffodil growing to approx 45cm (18"). Really happy in sun or shade. Bulbs come ready planted and already shooting and pots are really full (4/5 large bulbs per pot). Pots can be used as they are on the patio or planted out in the garden. We would recommend approx 3 bulbs per sq. foot. Read More...

Narcissus 'Salome'

Narcissus 'Salome'

Pink Daffodil

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Narcissus bulbocodium conspicuus

Narcissus bulbocodium conspicuus

Daffodil Golden Bells, Hoop Petticoat

Price: £4.00

Improved form of Bulbocodium which is much more free-flowering (up to 15 flowers per bulb.)  These miniature blooms produce wide, cone-shaped, lemon yellow cups, whilst the outer petals are barely visible. These charming and unusual miniature daffodils are perfect in containers, the front of a border or naturalised in grass. Whilst Bulbocodiums thrive in winter cold and wet, the bulbs do best if they are able to dry out completely during the summer. For good results, plant under trees or in a well-drained border or container using some grit. Flowers March. These bulbs come ready planted in large pots, approx 5 large bulbs per pot. Fully hardy.  RHS - AGM Royal Horticultural Society - Award of Garden Merit Read More...

Ox-eye Daisy

Ox-eye Daisy

Leucanthemum vulgaris

Price: £4.95

Masses of huge white daisies up to 2ins across from May to September are loved by bees and butterflies. This classic wildflower of old meadows and hedgerows is so evocative of high summer. Plant it in big clumps in the border for a really stunning show. Extremely versatile and trouble-free. Happy in sun or part shade. Read More...

Philadelphus Manteau d'Hermine

Philadelphus Manteau d'Hermine

Mock Orange

Price: £6.99

One of the smallest of the Mock Orange family and therefore, ideal for the smaller garden or towards the front of a border. It produces a mound of foliage, studded in summer with large, double, fragrant blooms from June to July. Height and spread approx 1m after 5yrs. An easy low-maintenance small shrub which copes with a multitude of situations - any aspect, sheltered, exposed, urban pollution or salt-laden air, chalk or heavy clay. Probably its only requirement is that it has reasonable drainage. RHS - AGM Royal Horticultural Society - Award of Garden Merit Read More...

Polygonatum odoratum variegatum

Polygonatum odoratum variegatum

Variegated Solomon's Seal

Price: £7.99

  Voted 2013 perennial of the year by the PPA (Perennial Plant Association)  A beautiful upright arching perennial for shade gardens with crisp, bright green foliage edged with pure white. Fragrant white bells in May and June that smell faintly of Lily-of-the-Valley are followed by dark blue fruits. Ht 2ft Easy to grow in any soil.  Low maintenance and deer and rabbit resistant. Bright yellow autumn foliage is stunning. This North American native spreads slowly but, not aggressively to form nice colonies. Read More...

Ragged Robin

Ragged Robin

Lychnis flos-cuculi

Price: £4.95

A delicate, slightly rarer perennial. Its name refers to the deeply cut, narrow, spiky petals of these bright purplish-pink flowers which appear from May to August. A native of damp meadows and streamsides, make this plant ideally suited to that damp part of the border or next to the pond. Plant in drifts of 5/ 6 for best effect. Read More...

Red Campion

Red Campion

Silene dioica

Price: £4.95

A gorgeous woodland and meadow native, this plant looks fantastic naturalised under trees with Bluebells or Lily-of-the-Valley and equally at home in a wildflower meadow amongst Ox-eye daisies and Meadow Cranesbill. The deep pink flowers with a reddish brown calyx behind are arranged in loose clusters and provide a real burst of colour and energy to a wild part of the garden.  Flowers April right through to September and even longer in mild winters. Spreads easily and happy in a wide range of habitats. Read More...

Ribes X beatonii

Ribes X beatonii

Flowering Currant

Price: £8.99

A deciduous shrub with aromatic leaves and clusters of coppery red and yellow flowers in late spring. A cross between Ribes sanguineum and Ribes odoratum hence the beautiful two-tone flowers that are reminiscent of ripe nectarines. Fully hardy it will grow happily in any situation apart from deep shade and in any soil. Height and spread approx 2m after 10yrs. All plants in this genus produce edible fruits. It is also possible to eat the flowers though this will reduce the fruit yield. Formerly known as Ribes x gordonianum. Read More...

Rosa 'Rhapsody in Blue'

Rosa 'Rhapsody in Blue'

Shrub Rose, Floribunda

Price: £12.95

Sweetly scented and still the closest breeders have come to a truly 'Blue' rose. Winner 'Rose of the Year' 2003. Large, cupped, semi-double blooms June - Sept. Forms a tall, bushy shrub to approx 75cm tall (3ft). Our roses are grown in an open field and then dug up when the weather conditions are right in October or November. Some suppliers send out their roses as 'bare root' plants (i.e. without pots or compost), but we pot ours up as it helps to keep the roots hydrated and in good condition. As they are dormant throughout the winter, they will not produce any new roots until spring, so don't be surprised if the compost falls away from the roots when you take them out of their pots. The roses can be kept in their pots throughout the winter provided they are kept watered, however ideally they should planted out as soon as possible. This makes our roses an excellent choice for gifts as there is no pressing need to plant right away. Read More...