Perennials

Lapageria

£19.50

3 year old plants, grown from seed harvested from selected plants. Many 3 year old plants (flowering for the first time) produce the odd flower in late autumn. Lapageria rosea is supposed to be one of the most beautiful of all climbers, and the best forms are superb.

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Acanthus mollis

£4.50

(Bear’s Breeches)

Glossy non-spiny foliage up to 1m long with very tall stems of purple and white flowers in summer.

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Acanthus spinosus

£19.50

(Bear’s Breeches)

Much lower narrower and spinier form of the above.

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Achillea filipendula ‘Cloth of Gold’

£4.50

(Yarrow)

Up to 1.7m stems bearing large flat flowerheads in rich yellow from July to Sept.

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Achillea millefolium ‘Summer Pastels’

£4.50

(Yarrow)

Varying heights and shades of white pink red and orange. 30-60cm, 12-24in.

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Achillea millefolium ‘White’

£4.50

(Yarrow)

Varying heights and shades of white. 30-60cm, 12-241n.

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Agapanthus  ‘Blue’

£4.50

(African lily)

.Clump forming perennial with strap-shaped leaves and 60-90cm,

12-24in stems with loose umbels in rich blue. Better in containers

as plants are more free-flowering when roots are restricted. Any soil.

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Agapanthus ‘White’

£4.50

(African lily)

White form of the above.

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Alcea rosea ‘Chater’s Double Group’

£4.50

(Hollyhock)

Double flowered form with pompoms in a wide range of colours in summer. 1.8m tall, they take 2-5 years to mature. They can be susceptible to rust. (Try Roseclear Ultra 2 spray early in the season.)

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Alchemilla mollis

£4.50

(Lady’s Mantle)

Very useful plant will grow in sun or shade in wet spots and dry. Green felted leaves are followed by yellow clouds of flowers from June to Sept. Self seeds readily if left to its own devices!

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  Anchusa azurea ‘Lodddon Royalist’

£4.50

(Alkanet)

Bright gentian-blue flowers on sturdy 90cm, 36in stems in summer needs fertile well drained soil and full sun.

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  Anemone  ‘Robustissima’

£4.50

(Windflower)

Darker pink form than the usual with reddish stems very similar to tomentosa. 80-120cm, 32-48in.

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  Anemone hybrida  ‘Queen Charlotte’

£4.50

(Windflower)

Large flowers with up to 20 overlapping petals in a clear pink, may need staking. 80-125cm 32-50in.

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  Anemone hybrida ‘Whirlwind’

£4.50

(Windflower)

Double flowered white form. 60-90cm, 24-36in.

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  Arum italicum ‘Marmoratum’

£4.50

Very popular form with 15-20cm, 6-10in long arrow-shaped fleshy leaves with striking silver veining appearing in autumn and dying back in spring to be followed in summer by large greenish white spathes. The show continues with stout stems of bright orange-red berries persisting until the foliage reappears in autumn.

 

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  Aster novii-belgii ‘Autumn Splendour’

£4.50

 

 

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  Aster novii-belgii ‘Lavender Blue’

£4.50

 

 

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  Aster novae-angliae ‘Purple Dome’

£4.50

(New England Aster)

Violet-purple blooms appearing late in the season on compact mounded foliage. 60cm, 24in.

 

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  Astilbe x arendsii ‘Fanal’

£4.50

Very popular red-flowering astilbe producing its deep red plumes from early to mid July. Best in moist but well-drained soil in dappled shade.

 

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  Astilbe x arendsii ‘Fanal’

£4.50

Very popular red-flowering astilbe producing its deep red plumes from early to mid July. Best in moist but well-drained soil in dappled shade.

 

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Bergenia cordifolia

Campanula Canterbury Bells
Campanula punctata
Campanula pyramidalis

Canna Tropicanna Black
Canna Tropicanna Gold
Canna Tropicanna Phasion

Chrysanthemum Clara Curtis
Chrysanthemum Duchess of Edinburgh
Chrysanthemum pink/red double

Coreopsis Early Sunrise
Coreopsis Zagreb

Cosmos flamingo
Crocosmia crocosmiflora
Crocosmia George Davison
Crocosmia Lucifer
Crocosmia Mistral

Dierama pulcherrimum
Digitalis purpurea

Echinacea purpurea
Epimedium versicolour sulphureum
Epimedium grandiflorum
Erysimum Apricot Twist
Eupatorium Chocolate

Euphorbia amagdiloides robbiae
Euphorbia griffithii Fireglow
Euphorbia Polychroma
Euphorbia purpurea
Euphorbia Tiny Tim
Euryops pectinata

Gaura Bellezza
Gaura Cherry Brandy
Gaura Geyser Pink
Gaura Geyser White
Gaura Pink Dwarf

Gladioli Claudia

Geranium Ballerina
Geranium h. Birch’s Double
Geranium cantabrigense
Geranium Espresso
Geranium h. Gravetye Beauty
Geranium Johnsons Blue
Geranium Oxonianum
Geranium Patricia
Geranium Phaeum
Geranium Samobar
Geranium Splish Splash
Geranium Striatum

Geum Cookie
Geum Lady Stratheden
Geum Mrs Bradshaw
Geum Pink Frills

Helenium Moorheim Beauty
Helenium Rubinzwerg
Helenium Waldtraut
Hellebore Double Queen mix
Hellebore Niger
Hellebore Picotee

Hemerocallis Black Magic
Hemerocallis Bonanza
Hemerocallis Crimson Pirate
Hemerocallis Double Dream
Hemerocallis Frans Hals
Hemerocallis Orange
Hemerocallis Pink Damask
Hemerocallis Stella d’ Ora

Heuchera Black Beauty
Heuchera Bressingham Hybrids
Heuchera Firefly
Heuchera Key Lime Pie
Heuchera Lime Rickey
Heuchera Liquorice
Heuchera Marmalade
Heuchera Obsidian
Heuchera Palace Purple
Heuchera Plum Royale
Heuchera Silver Scrolls

Heucherella Kimono
Heucherella Tapestry

Hosta Crispula
Hosta Honeybells
Hosta Piedmont Gold
Hosta Royal Standard
Hosta Seiboldii
Hosta Undulata
Hosta Wide Brim

Incarvillea delavayi
Inula Hookeri

Iris Black Dragon
Iris Deep Black
Iris Gleaming Gold
Iris Indian Chief
Iris Morning Show
Iris Petite Polka
Iris Pink Charm
Iris pseudoacorus

Lamium maculatum Beacon Silver
Lamium maculatum Roseum

Leucanthemum African Eyes
Leucanthemum Goldrush
Leucanthemum maximum

Lupin Chandelier
Lupin The Chatelaine
Lupin The Governer
Lupin The Pages

Lychnis c. Rose Campion
Lysimachia p. Loosestrife

Nerine bowdenii
Oenothera missouriensis

Paeonia Bowl of Beauty
Paeonia Rubra Plena

Penstemon Apple Blossom
Penstemon Czar
Penstemon Heavenly Blue
Penstemon Hidcote Pink
Penstemon Garnet
Penstemon Mother of Pearl
Penstemon Plum Jerkum
Penstemon Purple Bedder
Penstemon Raspberry Ripple
Penstemon Raven
Penstemon Snow Storm
Penstemon Sour Grapes
Penstemon Strawberries and Cream

Persicaria Firetail
Phlox Bright Eyes
Phlox Purple Flame
Polemonium Jacobs Ladder
Potentilla Gibsons Scarlet
Potentilla Miss Wilmott
Potentilla tongeii
Pulsatilla Rubra
Pulsatilla Vulgaris

Rudbeckia Cherry Brandy
Rudbeckia fulgida Deamii
Rudbeckia Goldstrum
Rudbeckia Prairie Sun

Salvia Eastfriesland
Salvia Hotlips
Salvia f. Victoria
Scabiosa Barocca
Scabiosa Blue Diamond
Sedum Autumn Joy
Sedum Stewed Rhubarb
Sidalcea Brilliant
Stachys Byzantina

Tradescantia and. Purple Dome
Tritelia Kon.

Verbena bonariensis
Verbena rigida
Veronica Purple Dome

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