Herbaceous perennials A-E

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Plant NameCommon NamePot SizeFull description of plantRetail PriceIn Stock
Acaena microphylla (AGM)Bidi-Bidi 1.4LtCompact 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.£5.756.00
Acanthus hungaricusBear's Breeches 2Lt(syn.A.longifolius) Statuesque perennial with deeply lobed, dull green leaves. Spikes of widely spaced, mauve-pink flowers in late summer. Slow to establish then vigorous. Ordinary, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cm.£7.503.00
Acanthus hungaricus 'White Lips'Bears Breeches 2LtTall, stiff spikes of silvery-green bracts with hooded. dusky-purple protruding flowers with a frilly, prominent white lower lip. throughout summer. Basal clumps of bold, leathery, finely cut, glossy green leaves. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. 70cm. Selected form of a Balkan native.£7.257.00
Acanthus mollis latifolius 'Rue Ledan'Bear's Breeches 2LtA form selected by Jean Pierre Jolivot in France. Bold spikes of white flowers are held in silver-white bracts although it soes not seem so free flowering. Shiny lobed dark-green leaves. Deep, fertile, well drained soil in sun or light shade. 120cm. (7-8)£7.502.00
Acanthus 'Morning's Candle'Bear's Breeches 2LtSelected for it's long spikes of white flowers with just a kiss of pink of the exterior, held in dark maroon-purple & jade green suffused bracts;- summer. Rosettes of spiny leaves. Well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 90cm.£7.953.00
Acanthus senniiAfrican Acanthus 3LtAmazing shrubby evergreen species with woody stems & glossy, intensely spiny holly like leaves. Spikes of rich red flowers during spring & often late summer & autumn. From east Africa & proving surprisingly tough, hardy with us in a cold greenhouse so far. (3-4 & 8-10) 2.0mtrs.£6.955.00
Acanthus spinosus (AGM)Bears Breeches 2LtStately 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)£7.7520.00
Acanthus 'Whitewater' 2LtStriking 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+£8.509.00
Achillea 'Fanal'Yarrow, Milfoil 1.4Ltsyn. 'The Beacon'. Flattened heads of rich cherry-red flowers with a yellow eye, eventually fading terracotta-orange with age. Flowers over a long period through midsummer. Mounds of aromatic, finely pinnate green leaves, flushed silver. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 75cm.£5.752.00
Achillea 'Fanal'Yarrow, Milfoil 2Lt£7.253.00
Achillea millefolium 'Cerise Queen'Yarrow, Milfoil 1.4LtLarge flattened heads of bright magenta-pink flowers with a small white eye; early summer to early autumn. Flowers fade with age. Mid-green pinnate leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in full sun. 60x60cm.£5.7510.00
Achillea millefolium 'Lilac Beauty'Yarrow or Milfoil 1.4LtGently running ground cover, forming mats of finely cut, fern like, fresh green leaves. Flattened heads of small, daisy like, soft lilac-pink flowers in midsummer. Heads fade to buff with age. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 75cm.£5.251.00
Achillea millefolium 'Little Moonshine' (PBR) 1.4LtA compact form of this ever popular & reliable clump-forming perennial. Forms clumps of highly aromatic, ferny, grey-green evergreen leaves the branching stems topped with flattened heads of bright yellow flowers held over a long period and also dry well; June -Sept. Loved by bees & butterflies. Reasonably free draining, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 35cms.£6.252.00
Achillea millefolium 'Pomegranate'Milfoil, yarrow 1.4Lt(Tutti Frutti Series) Darkest velvety, pomegranate red flowers in more domed heads over a much longer period than other cultivars from June to the frosts. fern like green leaves with silver highlights. Retentive, well drained soil. (6-10) 75cm.£5.751.00
Achillea millefolium 'Red Beauty'Yarrow, Milfoil 1.4LtAttractive species with flattened heads of true-red flowers with a small yellow eye;- midsummer, held on well branched stems. Creeping mats of fern like rich green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 60cm.£5.759.00
Achillea millefolium 'Red Velvet'Yarrow, Milfoil 1.4LtFlattened heads of velvet textured cherry red unfading flowers with a small white eye during summer. Basal clumps of finely cut silver green leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 75cm.£5.257.00
Achillea 'Paprika'Yarrow 2LtUpright stems topped with flat heads of DARK CHERRY-RED flowers with a small yellow eye; June to September. Basal clumps of finely-cut, ferny, aromatic, green-grey foliage. Any reasonable soil in sun. Ht: 60-90cms.£8.257.00
Achillea 'Paprika'Yarrow 1Lt£4.951.00
Aconitum carmichaelii (Arendsii Group) 'Arendsii'Monkshood 2LtNoble, 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.£7.952.00
Aconitum carmichaelii wilsonii 'Barker's Variety'Monkshood 2LtGood bold, back of the border variety with large spikes of hooded mid-blue flowers on thick stems. Glossy, deeply divided dark-green leaves. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 150cm.£6.9511.00
Aconitum carmichaelii wilsonii 'Spatlese'Monkshood 1.4LtGerman selection, with spikes of clear, light blue flowers, shading darker at the edges, over a long period. Clumps of deeply cut leaves, bronze tinted when young. Humus rich, retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-10) 120cm.£6.257.00
Aconitum carmichaelii wilsonii 'Spatlese'Monkshood 2Lt£7.958.00
Aconitum Cloudy'Monkshood 2LtVery 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.£6.9510.00
Aconitum fischeriMonkshood 2LtThought 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.£7.153.00
Aconitum napellusMonkshood 2Lt(Monkshood) Erect spires of large, hooded, DEEP BLUE flowers over a long period; July to September. Clumps of glossy, deeply cut foliage. POISONOUS especially roots. Sun or shade in fertile retentive soil. 130x60cms.£6.952.00
Aconitum napellus 'Album'White monkshood 2LtSpikes of large, hooded, white flowers freely produced; early summer. Stiff, upright stems clothed with glossy, dark green, finely cut leaves. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 90x45cms.£7.2511.00
Aconitum napellus 'Rubellum'Monkshood 2LtA colour break for a usually blue family. Spikes of hooded deep-pink, red flushed flowers in late summer. Mounds of deeply cut, fresh-green leaves. All parts poisonous. Retentive, humus rich soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 90cm.£7.3510.00
Aconitum Spark's Variety' (AGM)Monkshood 2Lt(syn.A.henryi) Erect stems carry closely packed spikes of INTENSE VIOLET-BLUE hooded flowers. Forms clumps of spreading, glossy, dark green, finely cut leaves. Good retentive soil in sun or part shade. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. 120x60cm. Flowers: June-August.£6.953.00
Aconitum x cammarum 'Bicolor' (AGM)Monkshood 2LtErect spikes of hooded bicoloured flowers of violet & white; June-August. Glossy, deep, finger-like leavers. Retentive soil in a sunny site. 120x45cm. ALL PARTS ESPECIALLY ROOTS, ARE POISONOUS.£7.256.00
Actaea 'Chocoholic'Bugbane 2LtShorter form of simplex with rosettes of airy, finely divided rich chocolate-brown leaves, reddish in autumn. Erect spikes of white flowers from purple-pink buds;- late summer & autumn. Retentive soil in part shade is best to retain colour. (8-9) 75cm.£7.958.00
Actaea cordifoliaBugbane 2LtWAS 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)£7.9512.00
Actaea japonica from Cheju DoBugbane 2LtVery distinct form, collected by Darrell Probst. The leaves are not very deeply cut & emerge purple white silver veining, more green at flowering. Erect, candelabra like spikes of white flowers on black stems during autumn. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (8-10) 120cm.£7.9522.00
Actaea japonica 'Silver Blush'Bugbane 2LtVery distinct form with stunning silver veined purple palmate leaves. Erect, candelabra like spikes of white flowers on black stems during late summer into autumn. Attractive to bees. Beautiful statuesque, clump forming perennial for a retentive soil in part or full shade. 120cm.Introduced by Barry Yinger£12.502.00
Actaea japonica 'Silver Dance'Bugbane 2LtA more compact, distinct form with stunning silver veined purple palmate leaves. Erect, candelabra like spikes of white flowers on black stems during late summer into autumn. Attractive to bees. Beautiful statuesque, clump forming perennial for a retentive soil in part or full shade. 60cm.New to us 2023£8.5014.00
Actaea pachypodaSnakeberry 2LtAttractive plants grown chiefly for their spikes of white berries, held on thickened black stems in autumn. Clumps of much divided leaves. Small spikes of fluffy white flowers in spring. ALL PARTS POISONOUS. Cool, moist soil in part shade. (4-6) 60cm.£8.951.00
Actaea pachypoda Misty Blue'Doll's Eye 2LtAttractive 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.£6.9512.00
Actaea podocarpaAmerican Bugbane 2Ltsyn. americana. Rarely seen species from the Eastern States, with rounded, rather gently lobed basal lvs. Long, slender racemes of creamy-white flws on unbranched stems inlate summer. Retentive, humus rich soil in part shade. 180cm. (8-10)£8.953.00
Actaea 'Queen of Sheba'Bugbane 2LtA shorter form with much more finely cut, dark brown-black divided leaves. Arching, very long, narrow sprays of white flowers over a long period through autumn. Best in a retentive soil with some shade at least. (8-10) 130cm.£11.9513.00
Actaea racemosa (AGM)Black Snake Root 2LtSlender, branched stems bearing long (to 60cm) bottlebrushes of white flowers; midsummer. Forms clumps of attractive, divided, fresh green leaves. Best in moist, fertile, humus-rich soil in part shade. From: 1.0 to 2.0m x 60cms.£7.508.00
Actaea simplex Atropurpurea GroupCimicifuga 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.£7.959.00
Actaea simplex Atropurpurea Grp 'Brunette'Bugbane 2Lt(syn.Cimicifuga) The most spectacular hybrid. Compact wands of pink tinted, white flowers from purple buds; early & mid autumn. Basal clumps of dark purplish-bronze leaves. Moist, fertile, humus rich soil in part shade. 90x45cm.£7.9521.00
Actaea simplex 'Black Negligee' (Atropurpurea Group)Bugbane 2Ltsyn. Cimicifuga. Probably the darkest leaved selection to date with mounds of cut, rich purple-black leaves holding their colour well through summer. Arching wands of white flowers from purple tinted buds during autumn. Retentive soil in shade. Ht2.5mtrs.£8.5029.00
Actaea simplex 'Hillside Black Beauty' (Atropurpurea Group)Bugbane 2Ltwas 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.£9.509.00
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.£7.9511.00
Actaea simplex 'Pink Spike'Bugbane 2LtShowy, autumn flowering species for the woodland garden with erectly held spikes of soft-pink flowers, consisting mainly of stamens on long, wand like stems;- late summer & autumn. Basal mounds of cut, smokey purple-brown leaves.Humus soil in pt/sh.150cm£6.9524.00
Adenophora 'Gaudi Violet'Ladybells 1.4LtMost likely a Campanula rapunculoides, this tidy, upright form has long, narrow spikes of nodding, whorled spikes of light-violet flowers from July to September. Rather rounded soft green leaves. Likes a well drained soil in sun but tolerates quite a lot of shade. (7-9) 75cm.£5.7518.00
Adenophora takedaeLadybells 1.4LtSlender, 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.£5.502.00
Agapanthus africanus 'Twister'African Blue Lily 2LtNeeding 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.£8.956.00
Agapanthus africanus 'Twister'African Blue Lily 3Lt£12.2510.00
Agapanthus 'Beeches Dwarf'African Lily 2LtOur 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.£7.952.00
Agapanthus 'Black Magic'African Blue Lily17cm(inapertus hybrid) Drooping heads of narrowly tubular, darkest indigo blue flowers during late summer. Rather sombre & dark but stunning. Deciduous strap like leaves. inapertus types are only hardy in the most sheltered gardens in a warm, sunny spot. 80cm.£11.752.00
Agapanthus 'Black Pantha'African Blue Lily 2LtIntermediate umbels of flared, trumpet shaped, inky blue, almost black flowers, held on black flushed stems;- July to September. Narrow, deciduous leaves make it one of the hardier ones. Retentive, free draining soil in sun. 60cm.£11.5012.00
Agapanthus 'Blue Heaven'African Blue Lily 2LtPossibly the longest flowering Agapanthus bred to date. Impressive sized heads of mid-blue flowers with a deeper stripe to each petal;- June to September. Said to repeat but seems almost continuous. Broad, semi evergreen leaves. Sheltered spot in sun. (6-9) 120cm.£7.951.00
Agapanthus 'Blue Thunder'African Blue Lily 3Lt(Everpanthus series) An excellent shorter selection with rounded umbels of goood size, rich bluetrumpet shaped flowers; late summer & early autumn. Strap-like, evergreen leaves. May require winter protection. Retentive, well drained soil in full sun.50x45cm.£12.751.00
Agapanthus 'Blue Thunder'African Blue Lily 2Lt£12.954.00
Agapanthus 'Charlotte'African Blue Lily 2LtFrench 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.£8.9512.00
Agapanthus 'Double Diamond'Lily of the Nile 3LtDwarf hybrid, excellent in pots & bred in South Africa so it should be good. Unusual, fully double pure white flowers with long, pointed petals;- July & August. Semi evergreen in mild winters. Free draining soil in sun. (7-8) 20cm.£12.255.00
Agapanthus 'Enigma'African Lily 2LtBig, 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.£6.951.00
Agapanthus 'Jacaranda'African Blue Lily 2LtSmaller evergreen with narrow, strap like leaves. Rounded umbels of rich blue flowers with a deeper central stripe, emerging from inky blue buds ;- July & August. Reasonably hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-8) 80cm.£12.951.00
Agapanthus 'Jacaranda'African Blue Lily 3Lt£12.253.00
Agapanthus 'Lapis'African Blue Lily 2LtSmall 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.£9.754.00
Agapanthus 'Lavender Haze'Lily of the Nile 2LtHardy, 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.£7.953.00
Agapanthus 'Lilliput'African Blue Lily 2LtA real miniature with umbels of BRIGHT BLUE trumpet-like flowers in late summer. Narrow strap-like, almost fully evergreen leaves. Full sun in fertile, not too dry soil. 20x45cm.£7.9512.00
Agapanthus 'Lilliput'African Blue Lily 3Lt£8.951.00
Agapanthus 'Loch Hope' (AGM)African Blue Lily 2LtClump former, with rounded umbels of broad, trumpet shaped deep blue flowers; late summer & early autumn. Deciduous strap like leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 150x60cm.£7.951.00
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.£7.955.00
Agapanthus 'Misty Dawn'African Blue Lily 2LtSmaller, 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.£7.9513.00
Agapanthus 'Moonlight Star'African Blue Lily 3LtSemi-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.£12.254.00
Agapanthus 'New Blue'African Blue Lily 2LtOld 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.£6.952.00
Agapanthus 'Polar Star' 2LtUpright, 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.£7.9510.00
Agapanthus 'Poppin' Purple'African Lily 3LtUpright fleshy stems topped with large umbels of amazing tubular intenserich blue--purple flowers; July on. A colour we have yet to see in any other Agapanthus. Re-blooms if old flower stems are removed. Fleshy lance shaped evergreen leaves. Sap may cause irritation. Free draing soil in full sun - winter protection advised. 60cms
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Agapanthus 'Queen Mum'African Blue Lily 2LtHuge Australian hybrid with a rounded head packed full of small, widely falred white flowers, stained blue on the tube;- late summer into autumn. Semi-evergreen, very broad, strap like leaves. Needs a very warm, sheltered spot or cold green house in winter. (7-9) 120cm.£8.501.00
Agapanthus 'Queen Mum'African Blue Lily 3Lt£12.252.00
Agapanthus 'Regal Beauty'African Blue Lily 2LtStunning new evergreen variety with dene, rounded umbels of intense violet-blue flowers opening from the base during late summer, each head up to 1ft across. Broad, strap like, glossy green leaves. Will need a very sheltered spot in sun or protect.(7-9) 100cm.£11.753.00
Agapanthus 'Royal Velvet' 3Lt£12.2510.00
Agapanthus 'Silver Baby'African lily 3LtDwarf, 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.£12.2510.00
Agapanthus 'Sky'African Lily 3LtSpectacular 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.£7.952.00
Agapanthus 'Snow Crystal'Lily of the Nile 3LtA very showy white form with large, rounded umbels of trumpet shaped pure white flowers; late summer & early autumn. Strap-like, semi evergreen, fleshy leaves. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun. 75x60cm. A relatively new form 2023£10.956.00
Agapanthus 'Snow Pixie'African Lily 2LtChoice 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.£6.951.00
Agapanthus 'Streamline'Blue African Lily 2LtA beautiful bi-coloured variety with narrow, grassy, strap-like foliage. Umbels of tubular SOFTEST BLUE flowers have a slightly darker stripe down the centre of each petal. Best mulched in the first winter. Well drained soil in sun. 75 x 45cm.£7.954.00
Agapanthus 'Torbay'Lily of the Nile 2LtDeciduous & very hardy species, with open umbels of narrow, trumpet shaped, sky blue flowers, with a deeper central vein on each petal. Narrow, strap like leaves. Hardy in retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 75cm.£7.951.00
Agapanthus 'White Heaven'African Lily 2LtSaid to be the first repeat flowering Agapanthus. very large rounded heads of starry, narrow petalled white flowers in heads of up to 80 blooms;- August & September. Reasonably hardy in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (8-9) 100cm.£8.9513.00
Agastache 'Blackadder'Hummimgbird Hyssop 1.4LtThis foeniculum x rugosa cross is one of the hardiest hybrids for the garden. Very long lasting, bold spikes of tubular light violet-blue flowers from smokey bracts all summer to the frosts. Aromatic, nettle like leaves. Well drained spot in sun. 75cm.£5.755.00
Agastache 'Blue Boa'Hummingbird MInt 1.4LtStunning form selected at Terra Nova nurseries. Nettle like, aromatic darkest green leaves, topped by incredibly fat, whorled spikes of rich violet-blue flowers from persistent burgundy-purple flowers from June to September. Light, rather poor, free draining soil in a sunny spot. (6-9) 85cm.£5.753.00
Agastache mexicana 'Red Fortune'Anise Hyssop 1.4LtErect, deciduous perennial with cana in it's breeding. Spikes of darkest-pink red flowers from darker buds throughout summer. Nettle-like aromatic leaves. Loved by insects. Well drained soil in a sunny sheltered site. (6-10) 75cm.£5.751.00
Agastache rugosa 'Golden Jubilee'Mexican Hyssop 1.4LtSpectacular 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.£4.953.00
Agastache 'Serpentine'Mexican Hyssop 1.4LtTall, erect catmint like stems with highly aromatic, toothed, grey-green leaves.Whorled spikes of small, tubular rich-blue flowers during mid to late summer. Sheltered, frelly drained spot in sun. (6-9) 90cm.£6.507.00
Ajuga reptans 'Burgundy Glow'Bugle 1.4LtCreeping, 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.£5.252.00
Ajuga reptans 'Catlin's Giant' (AGM)Bugle 1.4LtA large form with greenish-brown evergreen leaves. Shows its best colour in sun. Spikes of dark blue flowers; April & May. Good ground cover for any not too dry soil. 30x60cms.£5.754.00
Albuca shawiiSummer Hyacinth 1.4LtNodding, snowdrop-like, butter-yellow bells flushed white; held on airy branched stems all summer. Choice S.African species. Relatively untried for hardiness, but worth a try. Sharply drained, gritty soil in full sun. 60x30cm.£5.757.00
Alcea rosea 'Nigra'Hollyhock 2LtImpressive 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.£6.954.00
Alchemilla glabraLady's Mantle 1.4LtThe largest leaved form of our native species found mainly in Scotland & Wales & N.England. Basal clumps of grey-green leaves with crimped margins. Airy sprays of small yellow-green flowers during midsummer. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 40cm.£6.7510.00
Alchemilla mollis (AGM)Lady's Mantle 1.4LtA 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.£5.7560.00
Alchemilla peristericaLady's Mantle 1.4LtSmall alpine species from around Macedonia forming a tight rosettes of small, grey-green, deciduous leaves. Small sprays of yellowish-green flowers in autumn. Ideal for sinks & troughs. Light, free draining soil in sun or part shade. (4-7) 10cm.£6.5017.00
Alchemilla valdehirsutaLady's Mantle 1.4LtRarely seen in cultivation, this small very neat species from the Caucasus proved to be an excellent edger. Mounds of round lobed, softly grey-green leaves. Sprays of tiny yellow flowers on well branched stems during summer. Easy in any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 20cm.£5.953.00
Alchemilla venosaLady's Mantle 1.4LtLike a small version of mollis. This Caucasian species has thinner textured leaves. The yellow-green flowers open a month earlier than mollis. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 40cm.£6.5015.00
Allium altissimumOrnamental Onion 1.4LtDensely 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.£4.754.00
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.£4.953.00
Allium cernuum (AGM)Lady's Leek 1Ltcoll; Olympic mtns, Clallam Co, Washington. Drooping heads of AMETHYST-PINK flowers turning upward when pollinated; summer. Showy seed heads. Narrow grassy leaves. Fertile, well drained soil in sun. 45x30cm.£4.756.00
Allium 'Forelock'Ornamental Onion 1.4LtTall 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.£4.651.00
Allium hollandicum 'Purple Sensation' (AGM)Ornamental onion 1.4LtStrong, upright stems topped with VERY RICH DEEP-PURPLE, starry flowers in rounded heads; May & June. Excellent, clump forming, bulbous perennial; the strap-like leaves die back at flowering time. Grows in any reasonable soil in a sunny position. 90x30cm.£4.751.00
Allium karataviense 'Ivory Queen'Ornamental Onion 1.4LtCompact 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.£4.501.00
Allium lenkoranicumOrnamental Onion 1LtVery 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.£4.359.00
Allium 'Mercurius'Drumstick Onion 1.4LtProbably 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.£4.652.00
Allium moly 'Jeannine' (AGM)Yellow Onion 1.4LtRounded 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.£4.952.00
Allium prattiiOrnamental Onion 1LtStrange 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.£5.651.00
Allium 'Purple Rain'Ornamental Onion 1.4LtA 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.£4.706.00
Allium schubertiiOrnamental Onion 1.4LtRosettes of wide, strap-shaped leaves & umbels of large star-shaped, pinky-purple flowers on stalks of varying length; summer. Good for drying. Large, bulbous species for a gritty, well drained, sheltered site in sun. 45x30cm.£4.754.00
Allium senescensOrnamental Onion 1.4LtVery 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.£4.954.00
Allium zebdanenseOrnamentalk Onion 1LtUmbels of large bell shaped scented white flowers in spring. Strap like leaves. Fertile well drained soil in a sunny sheltered site. Rare native of the Lebanon. 30x30cm.£5.956.00
Amaryllis belladonna (AGM)Amaryllis 2LtSouth 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.£5.357.00
Amianthium muscitoxicumFly Poison 2LtALL PARTS POISONOUS. A small, clump forming perennial, previously included in Zigadenus. Clumps of grassy, strap-like, fresh-green leaves. Erect spikes with whorls of small, star-shaped, creamy-white flowers, borne from early to midsummer. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 45x30cm.£6.952.00
Amicia zygomerisGiant Bush Clover 2LtRare 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.£10.954.00
Amsonia 'Blue Ice'Blue Star 1.4LtAttractive 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£5.7515.00
Amsonia ellipticaBlue Star 1.4LtThis geographically disjunct population of a normally American genus forms slow clumps of willow stems with narrow leaves, turning rich golden-orange in autumn. Heads of periwinkle like flowers during midsummer. Seed raised so variable in their blue colour. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 40cm.£6.955.00
Anaphalis margaritacea 1.4LtA narrow leaved form with green leaves held on felted white erect stems. Flat heads of pearly-white everlasting' flowers; late summer. Reasonably retentive soil in sun or light shade. 60cms.£4.953.00
Anaphalis triplinervis 'Sommerschnee' (AGM)Pearl Everlasting 1.4LtGood spreading ground cover with intensely silvery-white, woolly leaves. Heads of PURE WHITE, papery flowers with a yellow eye; from midsummer when they become dried on the plant. Well drained yet retentive fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60x60cm.£5.756.00
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.£6.955.00
Anemone 'Frilly Knickers'Anemone 1.4LtA sport from A.Dreaming Swan this acclaimed clump forming perennial has branched heads of large purple buds that open to incredible large, double, white, frilly flowers.with a hint of lilac The reverse is a beautiful lilac. Flws: July-Sept. Fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 50cms. Int. Hardy, 2020 £7.952.00
Anemone hupehensis 'Hadspen Abundance' (AGM)Japanese Anemone 1.4LtLarge, 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.£5.252.00
Anemone hupehensis japonica 'Prinz Heinrich' (AGM)Japanese Anemone 1.4Lt(syn. A.j.Prince Henry') Very similar to the original A.h.japonica. An abundance of open DEEP PINK flowers the petals narrow, twisted, slightly quilled. Upright, wiry, well branched stems. Clumps of 3-lobed leaves. Reasonably drained soil in sun. 75cms. (8-10£4.958.00
Anemone hupehensis japonica 'Rotkappchen'Japanese Anemone 1.4LtClusters of semi-double, deep puple-red flowers held on much branched stems in late summer & autumn. Divided basal leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (8-9) 90cm.£5.754.00
Anemone hupehensis japonica 'Splendens'Windflower 1.4LtDeep pinkish-red flowers with distinct yellow stamens; September & October. Well branched, upright stems. Spreading clumps of finely cut, dark greem leaves. Humus-rich well drained soil in sun or part shade. 80x45cm.£5.752.00
Anemone multifida 'Major'Anemone 1.4LtOne of best forms of this very variable species with basal mounds of very finely cut diseected green leaves. Clusters of cup shaped soft creamy-white flowers in late spring & early summer. Free draining soil in sun or light shade. (5-6) 25cm.£5.759.00
Anemone multifida 'Rubra'Windflower 1.4LtClusters 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.£5.2518.00
Anemone rivularisWindflower 1.4LtHeavily 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.£5.253.00
Anemone 'Ruffled Swan'Anemone 1.4LtBushy, 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.£7.5013.00
Anemone 'Summer Breeze'Wind flower 1.4LtA new hybrid for 2021 the multiple branched stems topped with single, rich rosy pink flowers with a boss of yellow stamens; mid to late summer. Attractive to bees & butterflies. Mounds of soft green, cut foliage. Forms slowly spreading clumps if a reasonably drained, retentive soil in sun or part shade. 40cms.£6.501.00
Anemone sylvestrisSnowdrop Windflower 2LtA 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.£6.951.00
Anemone tomentosa 1.4LtHandsome, 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.£5.505.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Andrea Atkinson'Japanese Anemone 1.4LtTerminal heads of SEMI-DOUBLE PURE WHITE blooms on upright stems late summer. Best in open position in retentive soil. Superb border or cut flower. 75cms. Flowers: August-October.£5.758.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Konigin Charlotte' (AGM)Japanese Anemone 1.4LtA vigorous clone with large (up to 12cm.across), SEMI-DOUBLE, PINK flowers shaded purple on the reverse of the outer petals. Divided deep green leaves. Moist, fertile, humus-rich soil in sun or part shade. 150x90cm.£5.756.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Lady Gilmour'Japanese Anemone 1.4Ltsyn. '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.£4.755.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Margarete'Windflower 1.4Lt(Lady Gilmour') Much confused in cultivation, this is now what we think is the right plant. Large, blowsy, heavy, fully double mid-pink flowers with overlapping petals; autumn. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (8-9) 90cm.£5.254.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Pretty Lady Susan'Japanese Anemone 1.4LtBred 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.£5.251.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Richard Ahrens'Japanese Anemone 1.4LtQuite 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.£5.751.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Robustissima'Tibetan Anemone 1.4LtFlowering 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+.£5.9513.00
Anemone x hybrida 'September Charm' (AGM)Japanese Anemone 1.4LtSingle, 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.£5.255.00
Anemone x hybrida 'Serenade'Windflower 1.4LtStriking, semi-double, rich-pink flowers, held on well branched stems during late summer & early autumn. Basal clumps of ternate, fresh-green leaves. Spreads gently in a retentive soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 120cm.£5.758.00
Angelica gigas 2LtArchitectural plant with bold clumps of finely cut, dark green leaves on thick branching stems. Enormous DEEP BEETROOT heads like a cow parsley; mid to late summer. Short lived but self seeds freely. Not too dry soil in sun or part shade. 120x90cm.£7.951.00
Angelica hendersoniiCoast Angelica 2LtAn imposing Angelica native to coastal areas of SW USA. Bold clumps of pinnate, toothed leaves & thick, fleshy stems topped with very large umbels of 'fluffy' creamy white flower heads in summer. This long tap rooted perennial requires a very free draining soil in sun. To 1.5m+£9.954.00
Angelica pachycarpa 2Ltsyn. 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.£6.951.00
Anthemis tinctoria 'E.C.Buxton'Dog Daisy 2LtContinuous 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.£7.951.00
Anthericum liliagoSt. Bernard's Lily 1.4LtA 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.£6.259.00
Anthericum liliago 'Major' (AGM)St.Bernards lili 1.4LtTall airy spikes of large flared wide-open trumpet shaped flowers in late spring & early summer. Grass-like linear mid green leaves. Fertile well drained soil in full sun. 90x45cm.£9.9512.00
Anthriscus sylvestris 'Golden Fleece'Queen Anne's Lace 1.4LtA very attractive form of our native Hedge Parsley the abundant ferny foliage a lovely soft golden yellow. Umbrella like heads of white-cream flowers in may & June followed bt attractive seed heads. Can be biennial so allow to seed freely. Deep, fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 75cms.£5.755.00
Anthriscus sylvestris 'Ravenswing'Queen Anne's Lace 1.4LtAttractive, large, purple-brown, lacy, cow parsley-like leaves & stiff stems topped with umbels of white flowers with pink bracts. Clump forming perennial self seeding mildly. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 1.0m.£5.9510.00
Apocynaceae sp. SDR5135 1.4LtThis unusual, possibly shrubby or herbaceous perennial, wild collected in China has not been identified even to genus level yet.To date is has formed, erect, unbranched stems with pairs of leathery leaves, turning a stunning gold in autumn. Yet to flower. 1.0x1.0mtrs. £7.957.00
Aquilegia 'Dragonfly'Columbine 1.4LtA dwarfer form with very long spurred flowers in a very colourful range. An easily grown cottage plant forming rounded clumps of attractive foliage. Needs a free draining site in full sun. 45x35cm. Flowers: May-June£5.757.00
Aquilegia McKana GroupColumbine 1.4LtSelected seed strain, bred specifically for it's long spurred flowers with prominent trumpets, in a wide range of usually bicolours during May & June. Basal clumps of lobed leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (5-6)75cm£5.751.00
Aquilegia viridiflora 'Chocolate Soldier'Columbine 1.4LtBeautiful, compact variety with divided, mid-green leaves. Nodding, sweet-scented flowers have short, pale green outer petals, very dark brownish purple inner petals and straight, brownish-green to dark purple spurs; late spring & early summer. Ideal for container or rockery. For a retentive yet drained fertile soil in sun or part shade. 25cms.£5.508.00
Aquilegia vulgaris albaWhite Columbine 1.4LtBreeding almost perfectly true from seed this has long spurred, very showy pure white flowers on well branched stems;- May & June. Glaucous, lobed basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade. (5-7) 75cm.£5.753.00
Aquilegia vulgaris stellata 'Nora Barlow' (AGM)Columbine 1.4LtUnusual form with upward facing, double, spurless flowers in a suffusion of red, pink and green on stiff stems. Any reasonable soil with humus in sun or part shade. 70cms. Flowers: May to July£5.751.00
Aralia cachemiricaSpikenard 2Lt(syn.A.macrophylla) Large, rich green, deeply cut, hand-shaped leaves. Long, arching stems with long panicles of creamy-white flowerheds in summer, followed by maroon-black berries. Large architectural plant for fertile soil in sun or part shade. 180x180cm.£8.953.00
Aralia cordataUdo 2LtRare Chinese species with large flattened heads of white flowers followed by black fruits in autumn. Mounds of deeply cut, rich green leaves. Give it plenty of space! Good soil in sun or part shade. 120x90cm.£6.506.00
Aralia cordata 'Sun King' 1.4LtBred in Japan, this imposing herbaceous perennial has mounds of much divided, rich burnished gold leaves. Compound heads of white flowers from dark buds, held on dark stems;- late summer & autumn. Best in a retentive soil in shade or sun. (8-10) 90cm.£7.258.00
Argemone grandifloraPrickly poppy 1.4LtFrom prickly silvery sea-green rosettes arise well branched stems topped with large, single 3inch papery white poppies with red stamens; summer. Native to scrublands in Mexico it needs a poor, freely drained soil in sun; drought tolerant. Allow to seed as may succumb to wet winters. 45x45cm£6.508.00
Arisaema flavumCobra Lily 1.4LtOne of the easier varieties with squat yellow spathes nestling amongst the trifoliate leaves during summer. Very late into growth in spring. Best in humus rich, not too dry soil in light shade. (6-7) 30cm.£13.508.00
Arnica chamissonisMountain Tobacco 1.4LtOne of the taller members of this family with narrow lance-like leaves. The upright stems carry many 2.5cm (1inch) GOLDEN-YELLOW daisies over a long period; June to August. Easy in any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cms.£5.955.00
Artemisia absinthiumWormwood 1.4LtSemi-woody perennial forming clumps of aromatic, deeply divided, grey-green foliage. Racemes of greyish-yellow flower heads in late summer. Excellent informal foliage plant for a hot, sunny site in well drained soil. 90cms.£5.752.00
Artemisia alba 'Canescens' AGM)Wormwood 1.4LtFine, 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.£5.251.00
Artemisia lactiflora (AGM)Wormwood 1.4LtBig, bold, back of the border perennial fron China, with mounds of jagged, deepy cut basal leaves taking on yellow autumnal tints. Branched stems carrying heavy clusters of small, bead-like, grey flushed white flowers in late summer. Ordinary soil in sun/pt.sh. 180cm.£5.753.00
Artemisia lactiflora Guizhou Group 1.4LtWonderful 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.£4.952.00
Artemisia 'Powis Castle' (AGM)Wormwood 2LtBeautiful semi-woody perennial making a low mound of finely cut, silvery, aromatic foliage. Good contrast plant; also useful in summer containers. Requires hot, dry conditions in full sun. Suffers in cold, wet winters. 60x45cms.£8.251.00
Artemisia 'Powis Castle' (AGM)Wormwood 1Lt£4.751.00
Artemisia stelleriana 'Boughton Silver' 1.4Lt(syn.A.s.Mori' et al) One of the most attractive forms making spreading mats of intense silvery-white, lobed leaves. Very small yellow flowers are produced late in the season. For a fertile, drained soil in sun or part shade. 10x60cm.£4.951.00
Arum italicum neglectum 'Chameleon'Lords & Ladies 1.4LtBroad leaves appear in winter with the central part delicately veined silver. Inconspicuous green spathe followed by spikes of orange berries. Any reasonable soil in part shade. 30x30cm.£6.506.00
Aruncus dioicus (AGM)Goat's Beard 1.4LtElegant, 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.£5.752.00
Aruncus dioicus 'Kneiffii'Goats Beard 1.4LtLong, upright stems topped with creamy plumes; June-August. Clump-forming, stately perennial for enriched, moist soil; best in light shade. 90cms.£5.256.00
Asarum caudatumWild Ginger 1.4LtA 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.£6.508.00
Asarum maximum 'Ling Ling'Asarabacca 1.4LtA selected form of this Chinese species. Low clumps of glossy, heart-shaped leaves attractively marked with silver. Hidden beneath are unusual, 'Panda faced' (hence Ling Ling) 3 petalled, velvety black flowers with a wide white ring around the centre. Cool, retentive, humus rich soil in shade. 10x20cms.£7.503.00
Asclepias tuberosa 1.4LtStout, upright, spreading perennial with ascending spires of unique, reflexed, BRILLIANT BRICK-RED blooms; July to September. Warm spot in well drained soil. Slow to establish. 45cms.£5.753.00
Asphodeline luteaKing's Spear 1.4LtUsed 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.£5.252.00
Asphodeline lutea 'Yellow CandleKing's Spear 1.4LtBasal rosettes of channelled, ash grey basal leaves. Erect spikes of starry bight golden-yellow flowers from midsummer into early autumn. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun or part shade. 70cm.£5.9510.00
Aster 'Afternoon Delight'Michaelmas Daisy 2LtGiven to us by West Acre Gardens this Michaelmas Daisy flowers a tad earlier than the norm. Well branched, open heads massed with blue daisies, about 1cm across, with a yellow eye; July-Spet. Seems to have very good mildew resistance. fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun. 90cms. Name tentatively accepted by RHS£7.258.00
Aster alpinus 'Albus'Alpine Aster 1.4LtShort stems carry medium sized, whirte, daisy like flowers around a golden eye; late spring. Excellent edger or ideal for the rockery. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. 10cm.£4.503.00
Aster alpinus 'Goliath'Alpine Aster 1.4LtEarly flowering semi evergreen for the edge of the border. Mats of spoon shaped leaves topped by clusters of large, starry, soft-blue daisies with yellow centre over a long period in spring. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. )4-6) 10x45cm.£5.758.00
Aster alpinus 'Happy End'Alpine Aster 1LtSmall semi evergreen edger with good sized rich pink daisies on short stems during late spring & early summer. Mats of narrow green leaves. Well drained soil in sun or light sjade. (4-7) 10x45cm.£4.504.00
Aster amellus 'Blue King'Italian Star-wort 1.4LtBushy mid to late summer flowering aster with well branched stems having grey-green leaves. Good sized, narrow petalled, starry violet-blue daisies with a yellow centre & small green eye;- mid to late summer. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-8) 35cm.£5.955.00
Aster amellus 'Brilliant' 1.4LtClusters 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.£5.956.00
Aster amellus 'Gluckfund'German Aster 1.4LtWell branched stems carry loose clusters of good sized, rich purple-blue, yellow eyed daisies from mid to late summer. Woody stems with hairy, elliptic leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. 40cm.£5.953.00
Aster amellus 'Rosa Erfullung'Pink Zenith' 1.4Ltsyn, '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.£5.755.00
Aster amellus 'Rudolf Goethe'Aster 1.4LtLoose heads of sky-blue daisies, with a yellow eye, produced in profusion in late summer. Grey-green leaves are mildew free. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 60cm.£5.9510.00
Aster 'Anja's Choice'aSTER 2LtA series of strong uprigt stems with much branching form a spire of small yellow eyed white daisies with a pink flush late in the season. Fine leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 120cm.£6.502.00
Aster ciliolatusLindley's Aster 2LtWidespread 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.£6.352.00
Aster 'Cotswold Gem'Aster 2LtStrong growing, perennial Aster the well branched heads bearing starry, strong pink-mauve flowers on a bushy disease-free plant Sept-Oct, A hybrid chance seedling from Aster pyrenaeus 'Lutetia' probably Aster amellus cultivar. Easy for any reasonable soil in sun or even dry shade. 45cms.£8.254.00
Aster ericoides 'Cinderella'Heath Aster 2LtErect aster with the stems clothed in very fine, heath like narrow leaves. clouds of tiny white flowers just flushed palest pink, the cream eye ages red;- August to October. Mildew free, Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 80cm.£7.258.00
Aster ericoides 'Pink Cloud' (AGM) 2LtA 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£6.957.00
Aster ericoides 'Schneegitter'Heath Aster 1.4LtSmall, arching perennial with the stems clothed in very fine, heather like leaves. Produces a cloud of small, tiny white flowers with a yellow eye;- autumn. Good over walls. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-10) 70x90cm.£6.2511.00
Aster greatae KM-K-186-02Aster 2LtA form we collected in Kanab, Utah, this has erect stems with elliptic leaves topped by heads of attractive sky blue flowers around a creamy yellow eye during late summer & autumn. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-10) 100cm.£6.951.00
Aster 'Little Carlow' (AGM) (cordifolius x)Cordifolius hybrid 2LtA good, mildew-free variety with erect stems carrying CLOUDS OF SMALL RICH-BLUE DAISIES that smother the bush from September to November. Tiny dark green leaves. Fertile, retentive soil in sun or part shade. 90x75cm.£6.951.00
Aster novae angliae 'Andenken an Alma Potschke' (AGM)New England Aster 2LtA 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.£6.953.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Barr's Violet'New England Aster 2LtCompact heads of medium-sized rich violet-blue 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. (9-10) 120cm.£6.951.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Harrington's Pink' (AGM)New England Aster 2LtTall 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.£6.954.00
Aster novae-angliae 'Herbstschnee'New England Aster 2LtStout 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)£6.452.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Crimson Brocade'Michaelmas Daisy 1.4LtChoice autumn flowering perennial with clusters of almost single, intense, cerise-pink flowers with a pale yellow eye;- autumn. Needs a retentive soil to prevent mildew although this form has good resistance. Sun or part shade. 90x45cm.£5.758.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Jenny'Dwarf Michaelmas Daisy 2LtExcellent dwarf variety with leafy stems topped in clusters of RICH BEETROOT-RED, FULLY DOUBLE flowers. Well drained, yet retentive, soil in sun or part shade. 30x30cms. Flowers: Sept-Oct.£6.501.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Lady In Blue'Dwarf Michaelmas Daisy 1.4LtCompact, bushy perennial massed in heads of SEMI-DOUBLE RICH BLUE flowers late summer. Retentive soil in full sun. 25x25cms. Flowers: September-October£4.951.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Little Pink Beauty'Michaelmas Daisy - D 2LtRounded, bushy plants massed with SEMI-DOUBLE PINK, daisy like flowers. Any reasonable soil; best in full sun. 40x40cms. Flowers: Sept-Oct.£6.507.00
Aster novi-belgii 'White Ladies'Michaelmas Daisy 2LtStiff stems topped by LARGE, SINGLE WHITE daisies with a yellow eye; September & October. For a fertile retentive soil in sun or part shade. 120x45cm.£6.951.00
Aster novi-belgii 'Winston S. Churchill'Michaelmas Daisy 2LtDouble 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.£6.952.00
Aster oblongifolius 'October Skies'Asteraceae 2LtShorter, 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.£7.953.00
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.£5.257.00
Aster 'Sunhelene' 2LtBred for the cut flower trade, this early flowering Aster has heads of smart, semi-double, mauve-blue daisies over a long period from July to September. the leaves are mildew free & stained black. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 60cm.£7.255.00
Aster turbinellus (AGM) 2LtTall, erect, back of the border daisy with densely packed heads of small, rich violet flowers, held on long stalks in late summer & early autumn. Lance shaped leaves are purple tinged when young. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade.(8-10)120cm£7.254.00
Aster x frikartii 'Jungfrau'Aster 1.4LtOne of the popular mountain series, with heads of almost semi-double rich sky-blue daisies with a yellow eye, held on stout upright stems in late summer & early autumn. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 60cm.£5.754.00
Aster x frikartii 'Monch' (AGM) 2LtAbundance 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.£7.952.00
Astilbe 'Beauty Of Lisse' (x arendsii)False Spiraea 2Ltinteresting 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.£7.2512.00
Astilbe 'Brautschleier' (AGM) (x arendsii)(x arendsii) 1.4LtUpright stems with plumes of white flowers maturing to ruddy-brown seed heads through winter. Finely cut, ferny foliage. Good moist, even boggy, loam in sun or part shade. 60cms. Flowers: June-August.£5.954.00
Astilbe chinensis pumila (AGM)False Spiraea 2LtDwarf form with mounds of finely dissected, glossy green leaves, flushed bronze on emergence, taking on good autumn colour. Pyramidal spikes of soft-pink flowers during summer followed by ruddy seed heads. Retentive soil in sun/ptsh. 45x45cm.£6.955.00
Astilbe chinensis pumila (AGM)False Spiraea 3Lt£7.351.00
Astilbe chinensis 'Vision in Red'False Spiraea 2LtSmall, bushy, clump former with divided mounds of bright, glossy green leaves, emerging red, more bronze-purple at flowering. Dark stems have fat, reddish-purple plumes, borne during midsummer. Retentive, even wet soil colouring best with some sun. 45x45cm. (7-8)£6.9511.00
Astilbe 'Delft Lace'False Spiraea 2LtBeautiful in both leaf & flower, this has mounds of divided glaucous flushed leaves, edged burgundy red on the new growth. Airy, open pyramidal plumes of soft pink flowers from dark pink buds all summer. Best in a retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 85cm.£7.251.00
Astilbe 'Deutschland' (japonica x)( x japonica) 2LtDense 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£7.505.00
Astilbe 'Fanal' (x arendsii) (AGM)Spiraea 2LtDwarfer 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£7.9512.00
Astilbe 'Glut' (x arendsii)(x arendsii) 2LtLong, 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£7.9512.00
Astilbe 'Sprite' (simplicifolia) (AGM)(x simplicifolia) 2LtLovely dwarf variety with compact, delicate spikes of SHELL-PINK plumes over a long period; August-September. Attractive clumps of dark, ferny foliage. Rich, moist soil in sun or part shade.£6.954.00
Astilbe 'Weisse Gloria' (x arendsii) 2Lt(syn. A.White Gloria') A compact variety with finely cut, fresh green leaves topped by LARGE, PURE WHITE TRUSSES. Ruddy-brown seed heads through winter. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 60x45cm. Flowers: June-August.£8.005.00
Astilboides tabularis 2LtClosely 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.£8.754.00
Astrantia majorMasterwort 1.4LtWiry, 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.£5.7511.00
Astrantia major 'Abbey Road'Masterwort 1.4LtStrong 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.£6.501.00
Astrantia major 'Claret'Masterwort 1.4LtSeedlings 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.£5.951.00
Astrantia major 'Florence'Masterwort 1.4LtVery floriferous hybrid with some maxima in it's breeding. Good sized soft silvery lavender-pink flowers with a wide ruff almost continuously through summer. Mounds of divided, fresh green leaves. Best in a retentive soil in sun but best with some shade. (6-9) 75cm.£5.954.00
Astrantia major involucrata 'Shaggy' (AGM)Greater Masterwort 1.4LtGently spreading, easily grown perennial the wiry stems topped with papery, white posies with a large shaggy' collar; summer persisting through autumn. Divided basal leaves. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cm. THE REAL THING!!!!!!£7.155.00
Astrantia major 'Pink Pride'Masterwort 1.4LtCompact 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.£5.751.00
Astrantia major 'Pink Sensation'Masterwort 1.4LtSelected in Holland this ahs good sized silver pink flowers with fine green tips to the petals;- early summer to late summer. Basal mounds of divided leaves. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-8) 45cm.£6.501.00
Astrantia major 'Ruby Cloud'Masterwort 1.4LtOne of the most popular groups of plants, this has raspberry-red flowers held on red flushed stems. Seems to prefer dappled shade in a retentive soil. (5-9) 45cm. N.B Tunnel grown plants may not show true flower colour at this stage of the season.£5.351.00
Astrantia major 'Ruby Giant'Masterwort 1.4LtSlow 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)£7.153.00
Astrantia major 'Ruby Wedding'Masterwort 1.4LtSpectacular new hybrid with pincushion-like intense burgundy-red posies of great poise all summer. Mounds of divided leaves. Much sought after. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 60cm.£7.251.00
Astrantia major 'Star Of Billion'Masterwort 1.4LtVery 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.£6.253.00
Astrantia major 'Venice'Masterwort 1.4LtCompact red selection with dark purple red pincushions on black flushed stems during early to midsummer. Divided basal leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 60cm.£7.506.00
Astrantia 'Moulin Rouge'Masterwort 1.4LtProbably the darkest form with branched stems carrying pincushion-like, dark, blood-red-purple flowers with the tips dark purple-black. Colours best in lightly shaded spots. Divided leaves. Any not too dry soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 45x45cm.£5.7512.00
Astrantia 'Roma'Masterwort 1.4LtHeads 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.£5.9518.00
Astrantia 'Snowstar'Masterwort 1.4LtLong lasting heads of papery white pincushion flowers with green tipped petals & stamens. Basal clumps of deeply divided, dark-green leaves. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 70cm.£7.251.00
Athyrium niponicum pictum 'Silver Falls' (AGM)Japanese Painted Fern 1.4LtCreeping, 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.£8.9518.00
Ballota pseudodictamnus (AGM) 1.4LtSemi-woody, evergreen perennial with long, curving stems of rounded leaves clothed in a grey-white felt. A beautiful foliage plant for the driest, sunniest, reasonably protected site. 45x45cms£5.758.00
Baptisia 'American Goldfinch' 1.4LtImpressive clump forming Lupin relative producing abundant spikes lined with golden yellow, pea like flowers; mid to late summer followed by showy black seed pods. Grey pinnate leaves on woody stems. Retentive well drained soil in sun or light shade. hates root disturbance. 90cm.£7.9510.00
Baptisia australis 'Exaltata' (AGM)False Indigo 1.4LtSlow growing Lupin relative with erect, narrow spikes of indigo-blue, pea-like flowers during June & July. They are followed by showy, polished black seedpods. Glaucous flushed, divided leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-7) 80cm.£6.508.00
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.£8.954.00
Baptisia 'Brownie Points'Redneck Lupine 1.4LtStiff, uprigh, well branchedt grey green stems topped with long spires of large, caramel brown, non fading yellow keeld pea-like flowers similar to a lupin; early-midsummer - usually longer than most cultivars. Large seed deep grey seed pods are an attractive late feature. Ash like, blue-grey leaves. Free draining, not too chalky soil in sun. Resent root disturbance. 60x45cms£7.955.00
Baptisia 'Burgundy Blast'Redneck Lupine 2LtStrong growing Lupin like perennial with narrow spikes of pea-like, rich red-purple flowers and a yellow keel, emerging from dark mahogany buds, during summer. A colour breakthrough for this genus. Curved black seed pods. Glaucous, dark stems with grey-green, trifoliate leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 90cm.£7.955.00
Baptisia 'Cherries Jubilee'Redneck Lupine 1.4LtStrong growing Lupin like perennial with narrow spikes of pea-like, cinnamon brown flowers, having a yellow keel, emerging from dark mahogany buds, during summer. Curved black seed pods. Glaucous, dark stems with grey-green, trifoliate leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-9) 90cm.£7.9511.00
Baptisia 'Indigo Spires'False Indigo 1.4LtVery long, impressive spikes of pea-like, darkest indigo-violet flowers with a lemon keel, throughout summer. Curved black seed pods in autumn. Clumps of trifoliate, green-grey leaves on glaucous stems. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. 96-9) 110cm.£7.955.00
Baptisia 'Pink Truffles'False Indigo 1.4LtClump forming, semi shrubby perennial forming lowish mounds of stiff stems lined, to 30cms, with aromatic, pea like soft pink fading to lavender pink flowers from yellow buds; April-June. Large seed pods an added feature. Handsome, lance shaped, grey leaves. For a reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. To: 75x75cms.£9.957.00
Baptisia 'Purple Smoke'Blue Indigo 1.4LtSlow growing Lupin relative with spikes of pea like purple-blue flowers during summer followed by showy black seed pods. Grey-green whorled leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 70cm.£8.503.00
Baptisia 'Vanilla CreamRedneck Lupine 1.4LtDeep rooted perennial forming clumps of fresh green, clover-like leaves. Elegant spires of rich cream pea-like flowers from smoky purple buds opening from the base of the flower spike upwards, Needs a retentive yet free draining, preferably sandy soil in sun. 80cms£8.501.00
Begonia grandisHardy Begonia 1.4LtAn amazingly hardy tuberoys Begonia. Fleshy stems with pale olive green leaves flushed red beneath. Clusters of fragrant soft pink or white flowers all summer. Well drained soil in dappled shade. 45x30cm.£6.255.00
Begonia grandis evansiana albaHardy Begonia 1.4LtClusters of scented, SOFT WHITE flowers; summer. Amazingly hardy tuberous species with thick fleshy stems & pale olive green leaves flushed pink beneath. Well drained soil in dappled shade. 45x30cm.£5.7517.00
Begonia sutherlandii (AGM)Iwozya 1.4LtTuberous rooted half hardy perennial, proving tougher than expected for a plant from Natal. After the clusters of soft apricot flowers which last all summer small bulbils drop off which generally regrow the following year. arching fleshy stems with pale green leaves. Best in shelter & dappled shade. (5-10) 35cm.£5.759.00
Begonia 'Wavy Green'Begonia 1.4LtA 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.£5.957.00
Bergenia 'Bressingham White' (AGM) 1.4LtA 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+.£6.501.00
Bergenia 'Bressingham White' (AGM) 3Lt£7.951.00
Bergenia cordifolia 'Purpurea' (AGM) 2LtSprays of pink flowers April-May. Free flowering. Large, purplish, fleshy, evergreen leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. 20cms.£5.651.00
Bergenia 'Eden's Dark Margin'Elephant's Ears 1.4LtLarge, shiny, intensely dark maroon leaves, especially in autumn, but still coloured well throughout the rest of the year. One of the more deeply toothed varieties. Large light-rose flowers in spring. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (2-5) 35cm.£6.5012.00
Bergenia 'Eden's Magic Giant'Elephant's Ears 1.4LtA new hybrid, with possibly the largest leaves of any hybrid. They are ruffled & flushed purple all year. Large heads of rose-pink flowers in early spring. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (2-5) 30cm.£6.508.00
Bergenia 'Ice Queen'Elephant's Ears 2LtA 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.£6.751.00
Bergenia 'Ice Queen'Elephant's Ears 1.4Lt£5.256.00
Bergenia 'Morgenrote' (AGM)Elephant's Ears 2LtMorning Red'. Large rosettes of rounded, leathery dark-green leaves taking on burgundy red autumnal colours. Clusters of pink flowers on red stems. One of the few varieties which repeat. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (3-5)£6.505.00
Bergenia 'Pink Dragonfly'Elephant's Ears 1.4LtNew 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.£6.504.00
Bergenia 'Pink Dragonfly'Elephant's Ears 2Lt£6.451.00
Bergenia purpurascens (AGM)Elephant's Ears 1.4Ltsyn.B.beesiana. Clump forming perennial, with oval, deep-green leaves, purple-red beneath, turning beetroot-red in winter. Nodding, pendent, deep pink-red flowers on rusty brown stems in late winter. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (2-4) 45cm.£4.951.00
Bergenia 'Rosi Ruffles'Elephant's Ears 2LtCompact 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.£5.651.00
Bergenia 'Spring Fling'Elephant Eras 1.4LtGreat 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.£6.504.00
Bergenia stracheyiElephant's Ears 2LtExcellent 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.£5.651.00
Bergenia x schmidtii (AGM)Elephant's Ears 2Lt(syn. B.crassifolia Orbicularis') Vigorous form with large, elliptic, evergreen leaves with long leaf-stalks. Heads of BRIGHT ROSE-PINK flowers on short, stout stems in late winter & early spring. Humus-rich, moist yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 30x60c£8.153.00
Betonica officinalis 'Ukkie'Hedge Nettle 1.4LtCylindrical spikes of densely packed dep purple-pink, tubular flowers; early summer to early autumn. Basal rosettes of crinkled, dark green leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 30cms.£5.759.00
Bletilla striata 'Soryu'Japanese ground orchid 1.4LtA lovely hardyJapanese Ground Orchid. Erect stems with alternate, elliptic, pleated, striated leaves. Spikes of exotic lavender-blue lowers with white striated lips; mid to late summer. Best in a cool, moist, humus rich, well drained soil in part shade. 40cm. Often grown as as a pot plant for prominence.£7.957.00
Boltonia asteroides latisquama 'Snowbank'Starwort 2LtTall, 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.£6.351.00
Bomarea caldasii 3LtSpectacular twining climber with terminal heads of funnel shaped bright orange-red flowers tipped yellow; July until frosts. Fleshy, lance shaped, rich green leaves. Fast growing, tuberous, herbaceous perennial for a free draining, fertile soil in sun. Originating from northern South America it requires winter protection. 2m+£13.954.00
Brunnera macrophylla (AGM)Perennial Forget-Me-Not 1.4LtSprays 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.£5.7512.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Blaukuppel'Brunnera 1.4LtWoodland perennial with much larger flowers than it's parent. Sprays of 1/2', cup shaped, piercing blue flowers on well branched stems; spring. Hairy, heart shaped leaves. Best in woodland soil in pt/full shade. (3-5) 30x45cm.£5.954.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Dawson's White' 1.4Lt(syn.Variegata') A beautiful form with large, handsome leaves regularly edged creamy-white. Sprays of sky-blue flowers; April-May. Cool, sheltered site out of cold wind in part/full shade & retentive soil. 45x60cm.£7.953.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Dawson's White' 1Lt£4.7510.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Diane's Gold'Brunnera 1.4LtSmall, 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.£8.959.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Emerald Mist'Brunnera 1.4LtSport 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.£8.955.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Hadspen Cream' (AGM) 1LtVivid blue forget-me-not' flowers over a carpet of large leaves broadly bordered cream. Excellent ground cover for cool shaded spot & retentive soil. 45cms (4-5)£4.751.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Jennifer'Siberian Bugloss 1.4LtExcellent ground cover for shade with mats of pointed, heart-shaped pale-green leaves. Airy sprays of tiny white flowers with the edge of each petal etched in pale-blue. They flower March to May. Best in a retentive, well drained soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 30cm£6.9511.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Langtrees'Perennial Forget-me-Not 1.4LtExcellent ground cover with large, heart shaped leaves with small silver spotting. Sprays of small, sky-blue flowers. Prefers moist soil in full or part shade. 45x60cms. Flowers: April-May.£6.009.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Looking Glass'Brunnera 1.4LtNew, improved 'Jack Frost' with the mounds of heart shaped leaves almost entirely silver, with just the veins highlighted in green. Airy sprays of small, piercing sky-blue flowers in spring. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 45cm.£6.2518.00
Brunnera macrophylla 'Silver Spear' 1.4LtRather too similar to 'Jack Frost' with rosettes of much more pointed, almost entirely silver-white with just the veins highlighted in green. Overall the effect is whiter than 'Jack Frost'. Airy sprays of small, four petalled, piercing blue, forget-me-not like flowers from from February to May. Woodland soil in part shade. (2-5) 30x45cm.£6.501.00
Brunnera sibirica 1.4LtVigorous Russian species, even for dry shade. Spreading rhizomes with heart shaped leaves. Heads of small, piercing blue flowers in spring. Has medicinal uses in it's homeland. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (4-5) 45cm.£6.2511.00
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.£5.7510.00
Calamintha nepeta glandulosa 'White Cloud'Mint Bush 1.4LtSmall 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,£6.958.00
Caltha palustris (AGM)Kingcup 2LtFamiliar 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£8.008.00
Caltha palustris albaKingcup 2LtFamiliar native waterside plant with sprays of shiny, white flowers in spring. Rich, very moist soil in sun or part shade. 30x30cms. Flowers: April-May£7.755.00
Camassia 'Blue Heaven'Camass 1.4LtPossibly has some cusickii in it. Bold spikes of narrow, spidery petalled mid-blue flowers with purple overtones in late spring & early summer. Pleated, sword like leaves. Excellent for naturalising in grass. Moist, fertile yet well drained soil in sun or part shade. (4-6)80cm£4.752.00
Camassia cusickiiCamosh 1.4LtChoice 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.£4.755.00
Camassia cusickiiCamosh 2Lt£8.956.00
Camassia leichtliniiIndian Lily 2LtBulbous plant from N.America with unique long, slender spires of starry mid-blue blooms from a rosette of long, lance shaped, lax leaves. Enriched, reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 100x30cms. (5-6). BULBS ARE EXTREMELY POISONOUS!£8.956.00
Camassia leichtlinii 'Alba' 1.4LtBulbous 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!£8.958.00
Campanula alliariifoliaBellflower 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.£5.752.00
Campanula carpatica alba 'Weisse Clips'Tussock Bellflower 1.4LtLarge, showy, tubby, pure white bells produced over mats of fresh green leaves; late summer. Excellent for the rockery, front of the border or tubs. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 30x30cm.£5.758.00
Campanula carpatica 'Blaue Clips'Tussock Bellflower 1.4LtLarge, 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.£5.7512.00
Campanula carpatica 'Blue Uniform'Tussock Bellflower 1.4LtA low growing perennial that forms neat, compact, uniform mounds of small, green, toothed lance-shaped foliage. Numerous, outward facing, clear blue, bell-shaped single flowers are borne on short stalks over a long period in summer. An easy to grow plant for a retentive but free draining soil in sun or shade. 20cms£5.758.00
Campanula glomerata acaulisClustered Bellflower 1.4LtDwarf clump former with terminal clusters of VIOLET-BLUE flowers on erect stems. Excellent for the front of the border. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 20x45cm. Flowers: June-August.£5.254.00
Campanula glomerata albaClustered Bellflower 1.4LtErect stems are topped by a rounded cluster of white bell-shaped flowers in summer. Cut back hard after flowering for a second show. Showy, front of border perennial which spreads slowly. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.£4.952.00
Campanula glomerata 'Caroline'Clustered Bellflower 1.4LtA new colour break for this reliable border perennial. Dense, rounded clusters of LILAC-PINK bell-shaped flowers; freely produced all summer. Spreading rosettes of basal leaves. Fertile, well drained soil in sun or shade. 60x60cm.£5.502.00
Campanula glomerata superba (AGM)Clustered Bellflower 1.4LtA vigorous, strong growing hybrid with a cluster of violet-purple, bell-shaped flowers atop of leafy stems; early summer. Cut back hard after flowering for a second flush. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 60x60cm.£4.956.00
Campanula 'Kent Belle' (AGM)Bellflower 1.4LtVigorous 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.£5.752.00
Campanula lactiflora 'Pouffe'Milky Bellflower 1.4LtFront of the border plant forming a dense mound of foliage smothered by SKY BLUE bell-like flowers over many weeks. Sun or part shade in fertile drained soil. 25x60cm. Flowers: June-July.£5.751.00
Campanula latifolia macrantha 'Alba'Bellflower 1.4LtStiff, strong, erect stems studded up their entire length with wide, saucer-shaped, PURE WHITE flowers; June & July. Outstanding evergreen with rosettes of handsome, green leaves. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 75x60cm.£5.759.00
Campanula Mevr. V. Vollenhove' 1.4LtA compact, slow-spreading perennial to around 30cm tall with ovate to heart-shaped leaves. Low, arching stems bear broad, creamy-white, bell-shaped flowers in summer. Well drained soil in sun.£6.2511.00
Campanula persicifolia 'Cornish Mist'Peach Leaved Bellflower 1.4LtDiscovered in a Cornish Garden, this has spikes of bell-shaped, soft lavender-grey flowes over a long period from early to mid summer. Basal rosettes of narrow, evergreen leaves. Divide regularly for vigour. Well drained soil in sun. (6-7) 90cm.£5.951.00
Campanula persicifolia 'La Bonne Amie'Peach leaved Bellflower 1.4LtSpikes of double, almost hose-in-hose, pure white flowers with reflexed tips to the petals;- early summer. Basal, evergreen rosettes of leaves need dividing regularly for vigour. Well drained soil in sun. (5-7) 70cm.£7.958.00
Campanula poscharskyana 'E.H.Frost'Bellflower 1.4LtNot as spreading as the species, this lovely border edging plant forms tight mounds of leaves the radiating stems holding clusters of funnel-shaped, milky-lilac flowers; summer & autumn. For a well drained soil in a sunny site. 15cm. (6-8)£5.953.00
Campanula punctataBellflower 1.4LtA bushy, erect plant covered in large, tubular bells of CREAMY-WHITE heavily flushed pink & spotted red inside; June-August. Likes sandy soils & a sunny site. From Japan. 60x60cms.£4.952.00
Campanula punctata rubrifoliaBell Flower 1.4LtA low, spreading perennial with large, TUBULAR, CREAMY FLUSHED PURPLE BELLS SPECKLED BRIGHT RED WITHIN; July & August. Well drained, preferably sandy soil in a sunny position. 30x45cms.£5.254.00
Campanula punctata rubrifoliaBell Flower 1Lt£3.992.00
Campanula punctata rubrifolia 'Cherry Bells'Bellflower 1.4LtHerbaceous perennial with spreading stems carrying long, tubular, cherry-red flowers, white at the mouth & inside, which is also speckled red. Flowers summer. Toothed leaves form basal clumps. Well drained soil in sun. 60x60cm.£4.952.00
Campanula rapunculoides 1.4LtSpires of STARRY, RICH VIOLET-BLUE flowers; June & July. Rosettes of nettle-like leaves. An excellent naturalizer in grass. Fertile, moist yet well drained soil in sun. 90x60cms.£5.7513.00
Campanula 'Samantha'Bellflower 1.4LtNew american hybrid forming tight mounds of dark green, toothed leaves. Widely flared, cup-shaped blue flowers with a deeper blue eye; late spring through summer.Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (4-8) 15x30cm.£5.954.00
Campanula 'Samantha'Bellflower 2Lt£9.251.00
Campanula 'Sarastro'Bellflower 1.4LtA new Austrian hybrid very much like C.Kent Belle' but much more compact. Large, bell-shaped, deep violet blue flowers on branched stems. Clumps of jagged leaves. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 45x45cm.£5.252.00
Campanula takesimanaBellflower 1.4LtBeautiful large bell-flowers of RICH LILAC-WHITE SPOTTED MAROON INSIDE; July & August. Makes a clump of glossy leaves. Roots colonise freely. Best in retentive soil in sun or part shade. 60x45cms.£5.7512.00
Canna - generic1.5ltCannas are tropical and subtropical flowering plants with large, banana-like leaves. Dramatic summer bedding plant for both containers and borders. Lift & store frost free in winter. Free draining soil in full sun.£9.5040.00
Canna braziliensisCanna lily 2LtSouth American species the stiff, fleshy stems topped with exotic yellow tipped red, lily like flowers, followed by round spiky seed heads through the summer. Fleshy spathe like, stem clasping leaves. Rhizomatous perennial for a fertile, free draining yet retentive soil in sun. Ideal for container growing Possibly hardy to -4c but overwinter protection recommended. 60cms£10.956.00
Cardamine trifolia 1.4LtClusters of four-petalled WHITE flowers; April-June. Creeping rhizomes give rise to small, rounded, glossy leaves. Needs a moist soil in shade. 20x60cms.£5.256.00
Cardamine yezoense B&SWJ 4659 1.4LtForms low mounds of 'bitter cress like' pinnate, aromatic leaves the wiry, fleshy stems topped with clusters of 4 petalled, white flowers with yellow stamens; late spring. Spreads slowly though not invasive in semi shaded, reasonably drained soils.45cms.£5.505.00
Caryopteris divaricata 'Blue Butterflies'Blue Beard 3LtUnusual herbaceous, clump forming perennial the tall, erect stems lined with toothed, very aromatic, nettle like green flushed purple leaves.up the erect stems. Airy, 3 branched heads of unusually shaped, lipped blue flowers with prominent curved stamens; summer into autumn. Well drained soil in sun. Hardiness unknown. 150x75cm. Selected from Japanese native.£14.953.00
Caulophyllum thalictroidesBlue Cohosh 1.4LtRarely 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.£6.9510.00
Cenolophium denudatum 1.4LtAiry, elegant umbellifer, with mounds of finely cut, feathery dark-green leaves. Small umbels of snow-white flowers on much branched stems in early summer. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 120cm.£6.259.00
Centaurea 'Caramia'Knapweed 1.4LtCornflower-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.£5.951.00
Centaurea macrocephalaStar Thistle 1.4LtStout 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.£4.956.00
Centaurea nigra 1.4LtStiff upright stems with branching heads topped with tightly packed, thistle like purple flower heads from rounded, hard buds; summer. Much loved by bees & butterflies. Slightly hairy, may=t green leaves. Native for any reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 90cms.£5.254.00
Centaurea phrygiaKnapweed 1.4LtStrangely neglected, this bold clump former has heads of thistle-like, PINKISH-PURPLE flowers; all summer. Toothed, hairy leaves. Good for the back of the border. Well drained soil in sun. 120x75cm.£5.256.00
Cephalaria giganteaYellow Scabious 2LtLike 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.£6.956.00
Chelone lyonii 'Hot Lips'Turtle Head 2LtPrairie perennial with glossy, deeply veined leaves on erect stems. Whorled clusters of narrow mouthed, dusky-pink flowers, like a turtle head during late summer & autumn. Never too dry soil in part shade. (7-9)40cm.£7.252.00
Chelone obliquaTurtle's Head 1.4LtStiff, 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.£5.251.00
Chelone obliquaTurtle's Head 2Lt£6.955.00
Chelone 'Pink Turtle'Turtlehead 1.4LtSelected from the species for it's flower power & cutting, this unusual autumn flowering perennial has whorls of rich pink hooded flowers, reminiscent of a turtle's head. Erect, creeping stems with nettle like leaves. easily grown in any well drained soil in sun & very hardy. (7-9) 60cm.£5.504.00
Chelonopsis moschata 1.4LtPenstemon-like, narrow, wine-red tubular flowers. A very unusual plant with dark green hairy leaves. Moist, shady site. 45x45cm. Flowers: July-September.£5.755.00
Chlorophytum graminifolium 1.4Ltsyn. Anthericum undulatum. Widespread across Cape province in S.Africa, this is proving hardy for us. Basal rosettes of long, narrow, strap like channelled leaves. Airy spikes of starry white flowers during late summer & autumn. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (7-9) 80cm.£5.9513.00
Chromolaena arnottianum RCB-RA-L-2Joe Pye Weed 2LtColl;- Escoipe Gorge, Salta province, Argentina. Unusual, rather lax species with somewhat trailing stems topped by small, flattened heads of Ageratum-like, powder-blue flowers;- late summer & autumn. Relatively untried in cultivation. (7-10) 90cm.£7.954.00
Chrysanthemum 'Bronze EleganceHardy Perennial Chrysanth 2LtA dense bushy plant with LIGHT BRONZE POM-POMS freely produced. Fertile soil in sun. 90x60cms. Flowers: September-October.£6.991.00
Chrysanthemum 'Clara Curtis'Chrysanthemum. 1.4LtClusters of single, CLEAR PINK flowers on strong, well branched stems; August & September. Any reasonable, fertile soil; best in full sun. 60x45cms.£4.951.00
Chrysanthemum 'Clara Curtis'Chrysanthemum. 2Lt£6.954.00
Chrysanthemum 'Cottage Apricot'rubellum Chrysanthemum 1.4LtSoundly 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.£5.251.00
Chrysanthemum 'Cottage Apricot'rubellum Chrysanthemum 2Lt£6.955.00
Chrysanthemum 'Dixter Orange'Chrysanthemum 2LtSelected 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.£6.958.00
Chrysanthemum 'Doctor Tom Parr'Hardy Chrysanthemum 1.4LtSmall, compact, hardy hybrid with clouds of small, pompom-like, soft, reddish-bronze flowers in late summer & autumn. Grey-green, lobed leaves. Well drained soil in sun or light shade. (8-10) 45cm.£5.506.00
Chrysanthemum 'Mei-kyo'Chrysanth 1.4LtDwarf, 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.£5.759.00
Chrysanthemum 'Mei-kyo'Chrysanth 2Lt£6.959.00
Chrysosplenium alternifoliumGolden Saxifrage 1.4LtA plant of moist, wet ditches, found across much of Western Europe. Evergreen mats of densely packed, rather fleshy, hairy leaves. Small heads of Euphorbia-like, golden yellow flowers,. almost stemless from April to July. Retentive or moist soil in part shade. (4-7) 5cm.£6.9515.00
Chrysosplenium macrophyllum 2LtVigorous spreading ground cover for a woodland soil. Evergreen rosettes of Bergenia like, bristly pale-green leaves with running stolons. In January has large heads of off-white flowers which age dusky pink. Cool, moist woodland soil in part or full shade. (1-3) 20cm.£7.504.00
Cichorium intybusChicory 2LtBoth ornamental & edible. Large, double, dandelion-like RICH-BLUE flowers with a creamy eye are borne on open, well-branched stems over a long period in summer. Basal rosettes of coarse leaves. Well drained soil in full sun. 90x45cm.£7.956.00
Cichorium intybus 'Roseum'Chicory 2LtTall, open-branching stems topped with dandelion-like SOFT-PINK flowers for a lomg period through summer. Basal clumps of coarse foliage. Chalky, well drained soil in sun. 1.2x60cms. Flowers: July-August£7.2512.00
Cirsium 'Mount Etna'Mount Etna Thistle 1.4LtAn 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.£5.7510.00
Cirsium rivulare atropurpureumPlume Thistle 1.4LtErect 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.£6.7520.00
Cirsium rivulare 'Frosted Magic'Pink Thistle 1.4LtThe offshoot of the popular magenta form, albeit a much smaller plant, suitable for the rockery. Basal rosettes of strongly spined, mid-green leaves. Short, branching stems carry thistle like, off-white flowers, in silvery bracts, from May to July. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. 40x40cm. (5-7)£7.251.00
Cirsium rivulare 'Trevor's Blue Wonder' 1.4LtThis showy thistle, isn't exactly blue, but more violet-blue than the usual atropurpureum. Well branched white downy stems with bold, thistle like leaves, white on the undersides. Flowers over a long period throughout midsummer. Easy & long lived in any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 100cm.£6.7510.00
Claytonia virginicaSpring Beauty 1LtDelicate rarely seen woodlander. Five petalled white flowers flushed pink with darker veining; spring. Narrow, lance-shaped leaves. Summer dormant. Humus rich soil in part shade. 30x30cm.£6.006.00
Clematis 'Prince William'Texensis / herbaceous 3LtAn herbaceous - texensis form massed with neat, tulip-shaped purple-red blooms from June into September. Prune hard in late February. Medium size grower for a fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 2-3m£13.9510.00
Codonopsis cardiophyllaBonnet bellflower 1.4LtClosely related to C.clematidea with short erect stems holding the leaves with thickened white leaf margins. Nodding PALE BLUE bells with a BRIGHT ORANGE RING IN THE THROAT. Retentive soil in a cool position. 30x30cm.£5.503.00
Codonopsis clematideaTwining Bellflower 1.4LtScrambling plant with greyish rounded leaves. Delightful nodding, PALE CHINA-BLUE bells with an orange & maroon eye; July to October. Humus rich soil in part shade. 60x60cms.£6.257.00
Codonopsis tangshenBonnet Bellflower 1.4LtVigorous twining species to 2 metres with rounded almost hairless leaves. Yellow-green tubular flowers have a purple band in the throat. Not too dry soil in shade. Flowers: June-August.£5.9512.00
Convallaria majalis (AGM)Lily-Of-The-Valley 1LtPopular perennial with stiff stems clothed in wonderfully fragrant, white, bell-shaped flowers; April-May. Best in moist soil in part shade. Spreads slowly. 15cms.x indefinite.£5.753.00
Convallaria majalis 'Hardwick Hall'Lily of the Valley 1.4LtUnusual variegated form, grown chiefly for that narrow cream variegation on the large green leaves, especially strong on emergence in spring. Usual, sweetly scented, bell-shaped white flowers. Humus rich soil in part shade. (4-5) 30cm.£5.7515.00
Convallaria majalis 'Hofheim'Lily of the Valley 1.4LtA german cultivar with very broad pairs of glossy, mid-green leaves with a wide & irregular variegation of creamy-white, sometimes with the striping extending well into the leaf. At its best with the sweetly scented, waxy white bells, borne in arching sprays during spring. Woodland soil with some shade. (4-5) 20cm.£5.7523.00
Convallaria majalis 'Mary Brooks'Lily of the valley 2LtA stunning golden leaved Lily of the Valley sourced from Bressingham. Bright yellow leaves unfurl from a reddish basal stem with highly perfumed, dainty, pendant, cup shaped, white flowers; spring. Spreads slowly via underground stems. Reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun or shade.May take time to establish. 15cms.£8.253.00
Convallaria majalis roseaLily of the Valley 1.4LtIdentical in habit to the well known white form but has attractive, short spikes of PINK flowers; April & May. Ordinary soil in part shade. 20x45cms.£5.7528.00
Convallaria majalis roseaLily of the Valley 1Lt£5.7510.00
Coreopsis 'Fool's Gold'Tickseed 1.4LtThere 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.£5.753.00
Coreopsis grandiflora 'Mayfield Giant' 1.4LtVery free flowering form with LARGE DEEP-GOLDEN daisies all summer. Good upright habit. Any reasonable soil in a sunny situation. 60x45cm. Flower: June-October£4.954.00
Coreopsis rosea 'American Dream'Tickseed 1.4LtDense, bushy plants clothed in delicate rayed RICH-PINK, YELLOW-EYED BLOOMS; July & August. Wiry stems with fine, narrow leaves. Reasonably drained soil in sun. 30cms.£5.756.00
Coreopsis verticillata 'Grandiflora' (AGM) 1.4LtMasses of GLISTENING, WARM-YELLOW, daisy-like flowers over a long period on bushy, upright plants with fine leaves. Sunny position. 45cms. Flowers: June-September.£5.756.00
Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam' (AGM)Tickseed 1.4LtLong lasting display of single, PRIMROSE-YELLOW daisies; April to September. A bushy, well branched perennial with small, needle-like leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun. 45x30cms.£5.753.00
Coreopsis verticillata 'Zagreb'Tickseed 1.4LtMasses 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.£5.7516.00
Corydalis calycosaPrairie Smoke 1.4LtMore tolerant of conditions than C. flexuosa. Attractive spur shaped, brilliant blue, white throated flowers with a sweet fragrance over mats of ferny foliage; spring into summer. For a retentive, fertile soil in dappled shade. 45cm£5.502.00
Crinum amoenum 1.4LtRare species from Northern India with large heads of fragrant,spidery, white flowers, tinged pale-red on the exterior & striking red filaments;- autumn. They are held on long green tubes. Linear, bright green leaves. Very sheltered spot in full sun.(8-10) 60cm.£7.253.00
Crinum x powellii 'Album' (AGM) 3LtDeciduous perennials growing from a large bulb, with arching deciduous light-green leaves. Umbels of widely flared, fragrant white flowers appear before the leaves from late summer to autumn. Sheltered, well drained spot in full sun. (8-10) 130cm.£8.501.00
Crocosmia 'Hellfire'Montbretia 1.4LtAn improved form of Lucifer' with erect fans of pleated leaves. Arching sprays of richest red flowers without any yellow markings during late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (7-8) 120cm.£5.952.00
Crocosmia 'Limpopo'Montbretia 1.4LtGood sized, warm salmon-orange flowers with pink overtones during late summer. Apricot throat. Upright fans of sword like leaves. Light,well drained soil in sun. (6-8)90cm.£5.954.00
Crocosmia 'Lucifer' (AGM) 1.4LtArching 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.£6.2538.00
Crocosmia masoniorum (AGM)Montbretia 1.4LtArching sprays of tubular ORANGE-FLAME flowers, August-October. Good cut flower. Any reasonable not too dry soil in sun or part shade. 75x45cms. Flowers: August-October£6.2524.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'George Davison'Montbretia 2LtArching 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.£8.2510.00
Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 'Zeal Tan'Montbretia 1.4LtFrom 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.£5.759.00
Cynanchum ascyrifolium 1.4LtAsclepias relative, closely related to Vincetoxicum. Erect stems with elliptic, deeply veined leaves. Open heads of five petalled white flowers with a small yellow eye;- Early summer. Easy in any well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 70cm.£7.9510.00
Cynoglossum nervosumHound's Tongue 2LtSprays 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.£6.9513.00
Dahlia 'Advance'Dahlia 2Lt(Informal decorative) Large (to 20cm) Showy, fully double blooms the salmon-pink petals fading to a creamy yellow at the edges; July until frost. Attractive to bees. Good cut flower. For a fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun. Protect tubers in winter. To: 120cms£7.501.00
Dahlia 'Ambition'(Fimbriata) 2Lt(Fimbriata) Bright red-purple flowers 10cm across, with rolled-under petal edges and jagged tips; mid-summer until the first frost. Rich green, glossy leaves. Not reliably hardy - lift & store tubers in autumn. Fertile soil in sun. 90x60cm.£8.501.00
Dahlia 'Arbatax'Small decorative 2Lt(Small decorative) Excellent recent introduction with beautifully formed, double white flowers each petal edged a soft pink. Good for border and cutting. Fertile, reasonably drained yet retentive soil in sun or part shade' 1.2m£8.501.00
Dahlia 'Bishop Of Oxford'Dahlia 2LtShorter Dahlia with good sized, single burnt-orange flowers with a dark centre;- midsummer into autumn. Dark purple bronze divided leaves. Lift tubers or mulch in winter. Well drained soil in sun. (6-10) 50cm.£8.251.00
Dahlia 'David Howard' (AGM)(Decorative miniature) 2LtLarge, 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.£7.951.00
Dahlia 'Edinburgh'Dahlia 2Lt(Small decorative) Neat, formal heads of rich claret tipped white flowers; June until frosts. Attractive to bees. Good cut flower. For a fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun. Protect tubers in winter. To: 100cms£8.501.00
Dahlia imperialis 'Alba'Bell Tree Dahlia 2LtVery imposing foliage plant, only flowering in long, hot summers, but what foliage. Huge, imposing mounds of finely cut, glaucous silver leaves like a huge Melianthus. Good sized single white flowers if you are lucky. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. 2m£8.501.00
Dahlia 'Kordessa'Dahlia 2Lt(Decorative) Impressive variety the large (to 5) double flowers the quilled pink petals suffusing to white at the centre; June until frosts. Rich green glossy foliage. For a humus rich fertile retentive soil in sun or part shade. Best if tubers are lifted & stored frost free in winter. 120x60cms,£7.50,1.00
Dahlia 'Little Robert'Decorative 2Lt(Decorative) Bears fully double, neat, globe shaped heads of reddish-purple flaring to white at the centre; 5-7cm across. Mid-summer until the first frost. Rich green, glossy leaves. Not reliably hardy - lift & store tubers in autumn. Fertile soil in sun. 90x60cm.£8.501.00
Dahlia merckiiDahlia 2LtSlender 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.£9.951.00
Dahlia 'Peaches & Cream'Int Decorative 2Lt(Decorative) Medium large, double blooms likened to a glowing sunset the orange petals fusing to an outer yellow and tipped white; June until frosts. Protect tubers in winter. Fertile, reasonably drained yet retentive soil in sun or part shade. 60cms. £8.505.00
Dahlia 'Sir Alf Ramsey'Dahlia 2Lt(Decorative) Fully double, white heavily flushed lilac towards the petal tips; July until frosts. Attractive to bees. Good cut flower. For a fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun. Protect tubers in winter. To: 100cms.£8.504.00
Dahlia 'Snow Cap'Decorative 2Lt(Decorative) Beautifully formed, large, fully double white flowers suffusing to a soft cream at the centre; June until frosts. Rich green, glossy leaves. Not reliably hardy - lift & store tubers in autumn. Fertile, retentive soil in sun. 120x90cms.£8.503.00
Dahlia 'Tally Ho' (AGM)Dahlia 2LtStriking single Dahlia, with glowing vermilion-red flowers all summer & autumn. Deeply cut, almost black foliage. Protect of lift tubers in winter. (6-11) 75cm.£7.151.00
Dalea candida 1.4Lt£6.504.00
Delphinium Astolat Group(Pacific Giant)15cmFlowers subtly shaded lilac, pink & deep rose. Outstanding spires of bloom for the back of the border. Sun or part shade in moisture retentive, cool soil. 1.8m (6-7)£6.954.00
Delphinium 'Blue Lace' (New Millennium Series)Larkspur 1.4Lt(millennium Series) Much improved New Zealand bred seed strain with superb spikes of double, mid-blue flowers with a white bee';- June to August. divided basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 160cm.£5.951.00
Delphinium 'Cha-Cha'Larkspur 2Lt(Highlander Series) Bred in Glasgow this is a short, fully double form. Spikes of soft mauve purple flowers during May to July, occasionally repeating later. They have subtly suffused creamy green eye. Divided basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 85cm.£9.9511.00
Delphinium elatum 'Morning Lights' (New Mill. series)Larkspur 1.4Lt(Millennium Series) Superior New Zealand raised seed strain with impressive spikes of double mauve flowers with blue tinged edges to the petals & white bee';- June to August. Divided basal leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 160cm.£5.9512.00
Delphinium 'Faust' (AGM)Larkspur 2LtOutstanding 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.£7.509.00
Delphinium Galahad GroupLarkspur 1.4LtSeed raised strain offering bold spikes of semi-double, pure white flowers with a white bee, borne from early to midsummer. Basal clumps of much divided, dark-green leaves. Beware of slugs. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 150x45cm.£4.951.00
Delphinium Galahad GroupLarkspur15cm£6.951.00
Delphinium grandiflorumLarkspur 1.4Lt(syn.D.chinense) Dwarf, short-lived perennial with heavily divided, palmate leaves. Heavily branched stems with hooded, deep violet-blue flowers with long spurs. The true wild species. Fertile, humus- rich, well drained soil in sun. 60x45cm.£7.954.00
Delphinium 'Sherbet Lemon'Larkspur 2LtBrand-new in 2022 this delphinium has large, soft pale yellow, unusually frilly rosettes held on strong stems during summer. An extremely floriferous variety the stunning spires grow to around 1.2m tall, above compact clumps of ferny foliage. Statement plant for the border and used in the cut flower industry. Fertile, retentive, humus rich soil in sun or part shade.£9.958.00
Delphinium 'Strawberry Fair'Larkspur 2LtSought after variety, raised from cuttings & not seed, giving a much better plant. Densely packed spikes of warm pink flowers, with a white bee during midsummer. Basal rosettes of deeply cut leaves. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (6-8) 110cm.£8.258.00
Delphinium x ruysii 'Pink Sensation'Larkspur 2LtNeeds great skill tocultivate this well. Similar to the Belladonna hybrids, this good clump former does not need staking. The branching stems have spikes of hooded clear pink flowers. Rich fertile soil in sun or part shade. 90x60cm. (7-9)£9.259.00
Desmodium canadenseShowy Tick Trefoil 1.4LtOne of the showiest of the herbaceous form with spikes of large, pea like lilac-pink flowers through mid to late summer. Woody based but herbaceous. A prairie denizen for a never too dry soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 90cm.£7.257.00
Dianella revoluta 'Coolvista'Dwarf Flax Lily 2LtErect, tufted evergreen with narrow, steely blue, pleated, folded leathery leaves, quickly forming a good clump. Airy sprays of potato like electric blue flowers with a yellow beak followed by showy purple fruit in autumn. Hardy to -6c. Best in in a rich soil in light shade. (6-8) 45cm.£9.955.00
Dianthus 'Doris' (AGM)(Pink) 1.4LtDouble blooms of light pink with a salmon eye; well scented. A very popular variety. Plant in groups for effect. Well drained, sunny position. Ht:30cms (12ins). (June-Oct)£4.755.00
Dianthus 'Gran's Favourite' (AGM)(Pink) 1LtWhite flowers with the edge of each petal outlined in purple; fragrant. Good compact habit. Well drained soil in a sunny site. 30x45cm.£4.751.00
Dianthus 'Laced Monarch'Border Pink 1.4LtDouble flowers of pink with chestnut marking from June-Sept.; slight fragrance. Excellent for edging or underplanting roses. Well drained soil in a sunny position. Ht:30cms£5.506.00
Dianthus 'Lady In Red'Pink 1.4Ltsyn.Xanthe'. One of the most intense vermilion reds I have ever seen. Fully double flowers in profusion from June through the summer over mounds of steely grey leaves. Light, rather poor soil in sun. (6-9) 35cm.£5.5013.00
Dictamnus albusBurning Bush 1.4LtSlow 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.£6.951.00
Dictamnus albus purpureus (AGM)Dittany, Burning Bush. 1.4LtUpright, slow grower with fragrant heads of STARRY, PURPLE FLOWERS with protruding stamens; early summer. Said to give off an inflammatory oil on hot days. Light green, oval, divided leaflets. Fertile well drained soil in sun. 75x45cms.£6.953.00
Dierama 'Dark Angel'African Harebell 3LtLong. semi-arching, fine yet strong stems tipped with pendulous, flared, deep purrple-maroon bells; July & August. Slowly clump forming, erect fans of semi-evergreen narrow leaves. Needs moisture at flowering but dry in winter. Sunny, sheltered spot. 90 x 60cms.£10.259.00
Dierama igneumAngel's Fishing Rods 2LtColl;-S.Africa. Recently introduced species that seems more free flowering. Tufts of narrow, grassy leaves & arching stems ending in clusters of nodding, bell-shaped deep pink flowers in late summer & early autumn. Retentive well drained soil in sun. 60x45cm.£7.954.00
Dierama pendulumThe Fairy's Wand 1.4LtMakes graceful clumps of long, grass-like leaves from which emerge long, arching stems with pendant, pink, open bell-like flowers. Humus-rich, well drained soil in a sunny position - but water freely in growing season! 150x60cms. Flowers: July-September.£5.7516.00
Dierama pulcherrimumFairies Wand 1.4LtLong, graceful, arching stems topped with rows of beautiful ROSE-LILAC bells; late summer. Long, wiry, arching evergreen leaves. Moisture holding soil in sun. 1.2m.£6.258.00
Dierama pulcherrimum 'Blackbird' (ex seedlings)Angel's Fishing rod. 2LtVery rarely available is this wonderful deep plummy-maroon form, almost black. These are from division & not seed as is usually offered. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 75cm.£10.303.00
Dierama pulcherrimum 'Dark Cerise'Angel's Fishing Rods 1.4Lt The wiry stems carry arching panicles of bell shaped, rich dark cerise flowers from papery calyces during summer.Stiff grassy clumps of erect narrow leaves. Deep, rich, retentive soil in full sun. 90x45cm.£6.955.00
Dietes bicolor 1.4LtAlthough only on the borderlines of hardiness, these long flowering Iris relatives are excellent for a pot. Erect, evergreen fans of narrow, sword like leaves. Beautiful moonlight yellow flat flowers with three burgundy blotches, intermittently through summer. Loves sun. (6-9) 90cm.£5.251.00
Digitalis 'Glory Of Roundway'Perennial Foxglove 1.4LtLong, upright spikes of small, creamy-pink, tubular flowers; May-June. Soundly perennial, sterile hybrid. Reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. Ht: 90cms.£6.254.00
Digitalis grandiflora 'Carillon'Foxglove 1LtA selected dwarfer form with shorter spikes of soft creamy yellow unmarked flowers during midsummer. Basal rosettes of grey haired leaves. Retentive well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 45cm.£3.997.00
Digitalis parvifloraFoxglove 2LtLong cylindrical spikes of small BROWNISH-PURPLE, narrow, tubular flowers on leafy stems; early summer. Basal rosettes of rich green leaves. Sun lover for a well drained soil. 75x45cm.£6.953.00
Disporopsis nova 1.4LtNewish to cultivation this species has long, semi arching stems lined with bell like whitish, speckled flowers in late spring. Narrowish, shiny evergreen leaves. Moist yet drained, fertile, humus rich soil in shade. 40cms.£6.5023.00
Disporopsis pernyi 1.4Lt(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.£7.504.00
Disporopsis undulata 1.4LtSmall, low growing, creeping woodlander, spreading by stolons. Arching evergreen stems with light-green, leathery leaves. Small clusters of narrowly bell-shaped white flowers with green mouths & speckling, borne during May & June. Best in a retentive, neutral woodland soil in part or full shade. (5-6) 30x45cm.£6.254.00
Disporum cantoniense 'Moonlight'Fairy Bells 3LtBushy & surprisingly vigorous for a variegated form. Well branched, fleshy stems with alternate, oval soft green leaves heavily splashed creamy-white. Small hanging creamy flowers in the leaf axils in spring. Woodland soil in part or full shade. 45cm.New intro 2017£11.504.00
Disporum flavensYellow fairy Bells 2LtStiff, 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.£8.254.00
Dodecatheon meadia album (AGM)Shooting Star 1.4LtStout, 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.£5.502.00
Dodecatheon tetrandrum 'Red Light'Shooting Stars 1LtUmbels of nodding, rich red, shuttlecock like flowers with a yellow beak, held on bare, fleshy stems; April-May.. Basal rosettes of smooth pale-green, fleshy leaves. Dormant by late summer. Retentive soil in dappled or part shade. 30cm.£4.755.00
Dracunculus canariensisDragon Arum 2LtRarely 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.£7.2511.00
Echinacea 'Cheyenne Spirit'Cone flower 1LtSlow clump former the sturdy, upright stems topped with large yellow, orange, pink or red daisies with a prominent bronze cone. Coarse, ovate, green leaves. Although seed grown the plants are robust with good winter hardiness given a free draining, fertile soil in full sun. 60x45cms.£4.751.00
Echinacea 'Cleopatra'Coneflower 1.4LtBushy, shorter form with well branched stems carrying good sized rich yellow, well scented flowers over a long period through late summer & autumn. Golden-copper central cone. Light, free draining soil in sun. (7-10) 45cm.£7.951.00
Echinacea 'Mac 'n' Cheese'Coneflower 1.4Ltparadoxa x purpurea. Robust yellow form with flowers up to 4'across of rich deep yellow flowers around a raised golden-bronze cone;- late summer into autumn. Needs a sharply drained light soil in sun. (7-9) 90cm.£7.956.00
Echinacea paradoxaCone Flower 1LtThe rarely seen yellow form of the usually purple coneflower. Upward facing, daisy-like, rich yellow flowers with drooping, almost reflexed petals around a bold reddish-bronze, raised cone;- late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (8-9)75cm£4.7511.00
Echinacea purpureaConeflower 1.4LtLong, upright, wiry stems carry large, upfacing, soft mauve, pink or pale pink daisies with a golden central boss; June to September. Large basal leaves. Rich soil in sun. 120x45cms.£5.754.00
Echinacea purpureaConeflower 1Lt£4.751.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Fatal Attraction'Coneflower 1.4LtOne of the darkest colours to date with very intense, rich ruby-red flowers with horizontal petals with a raised purple bronze central cone. Likes a light, well drained soil in sun. Not poor clay soil! (7-8) 80cm.£5.754.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Happy Star'Coneflower 1.4LtNice 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.£5.754.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus' (AGM)Purple Coneflower 1.4LtHuge, bright magenta-pink, wide rayed daisies with a prominent black central cone; June to September. A new hybrid with large, basal leaves. Rich soil in sun. 90x60cms.£6.751.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus' (AGM)Purple Coneflower 1Lt£4.753.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus Superior'Coneflower 1.4LtAs 'Magnus' has now been reduced to a seed strain this re-selected clone has immense rich glowing wide petalled flowers with an orange red cone;- July to September. remarkably robust form for well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 100cm.£5.751.00
Echinacea purpurea 'Primadonna Deep Pink'Coneflower 1LtA seed raised, strain, breeding reasonably true from seed. A clump forming perennial with erect stems topped by heads of single, rich rose-pink daisies, with an orange-bronze cone, freely borne from late summer, into autumn. Light, free draining soil in sun. (7-9) 90x40cm.£5.256.00
Echinacea purpurea 'White Swan'Coneflower 1.4LtLarge, 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.£5.755.00
Echinacea 'Tomato Soup'Coneflower 1.4LtWill need good living to thrive, this distinct colour break has rich tomato red flowers around a small central golden bronze cone;- mid to late summer. Best in a light, well drained soil in sun. (7-9) 50cm.£7.902.00
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.£6.9518.00
Echinops bannaticus 'Star Frost'Globe Flower 2LtMore compact form with good sized heads of rounded, silvery-white flowers on grey stems during mid to late summer. Thistle like green leaves, silver beneath. Architectural plant for a free draining, light soil in sun. (6-8) 100cm.£6.952.00
Echinops bannaticus 'Taplow Blue' (AGM)Globe Thistle 1.4LtStatuesque, very vigorous perennial with prickly, rounded heads of steely pale-blue; late summer. Stout, well branched stems with divided, grey foliage. Heads dry well. Well drained, even impoverished soil in a sunny position. 120cms.£5.952.00
Echinops bannaticus 'Taplow Blue' (AGM)Globe Thistle 2Lt£7.2531.00
Echinops ritro (AGM)Globe Thistle 2LtClump forming perennial the upright stems clothed with elliptic, heavily cut, stiff, spiny leaves (to 20cm long) dark green above & downy white beneath. Heads of globe-shaped metallic blue flowers; summer. Poor, well drained soil in sun. Ht: 60cms.£7.2519.00
Echinops ritro ruthenicus 'Platinum Blue'Globe Thistle 2LtBranched silvery stems & rounded umbels of mid blue flowers from mid to late summer. Basal clumps of thistle like, jagged & narrow, deeply toothed, silver leaves. Good for cutting. Any soil, not too rich, in sun. (7-8) 100cm.£6.955.00
Epimedium 'Black Sea'Bishop's Mitre 1.4LtPreviously sold as a form of pinnatum subsp. colchicum. More or less evergreen, this has rounded leaves turning almost rich black during the cold winter. Copper new growth in spring with the starry yellow, orange veined flowers. Excellent ground cover even for dry shade. (3-5) 30cm.£9.954.00
Epimedium chlorandrumBishop's Mitre 1.4LtRhizomatous, deciduous Chinese species with large, spidery, yellow-green flowers, emerging in spring with showy, heavily brown mottled leaves. The leaves are leathery & spiny toothed. One of the trickier species to please. Cool, moist, humus rich soil in part or full shade. (3-5) 45cm.£5.353.00
Epimedium flavumBishop's Mitre 1.4LtRobust 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.£6.501.00
Epimedium 'Flowers Of Sulphur'Bishop's Mitre 1.4LtStrong 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.£6.501.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'Cranberry Sparkle'Bishop's Mitre 1.4LtFound 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.£9.952.00
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.£8.959.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'French Braid'Mitrewort 1.4LtDistinct 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.£9.9510.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'Freya' 1.4LtSmaller variety forming carpets, via rhizomes, of airy green leaves with a rusty glow when young. Nodding lilac-purple flowers with white tips to the petal spurs and matching white centres to the sepals. A delightful cultivar raised by Elizabeth Strangman. Reasonably drained soil in woodland conditions. 20cm£9.9510.00
Epimedium grandiflorum 'Lilac Seedling' 1.4LtDelicate 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. £8.955.00
Epimedium 'Jenny Pym'Bishop's Mitre 1.4LtVery 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.£9.957.00
Epimedium 'Lemon Zest' 1.4LtErect 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.£9.957.00
Epimedium 'Little Shrimp'Bishop's Mitre 1.4LtShowy, 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.£8.959.00
Epimedium pubescens Og91.003 1.4LtLarge, 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+. . £6.501.00
Epimedium 'Red Maximum' 1.4LtA lovely form bearing long white spurs and deep pink petals and centers. Bronze young foliage. A cross between E. grandiflorum 'Freya' and E. membranaceum. Evergreen to 30cms. Bred by Koen Van Pouke in Belgium. £8.957.00
Epimedium 'Sunshowers' 1.4LtMasses of dainty, light yellow flowers with out facing spurs & short pink sepals held on erect wiry stems; spring & again later in the year. Young leaves speckled red. Slowly creeping, semi evergreen perennial for woodland conditions. 20cms. Introduced Cobblewood, 2008£9.952.00
Epimedium x rubrum (AGM)Bishops Mitre 1.4LtMounds of large, fresh green, heart-shaped foliage lightly marbled red when young. REDDISH, starry flowers marked white; April & May. Sun or shade in not dry soil. 25x60cm.£8.956.00
Epimedium x warleyense 'Orangekonigin'Bishop's Mitre 1.4LtGood 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.£8.952.00
Erigeron 'Azurfee' 1.4Lt(Fleabane) A reliable easy border plant forming dense ground cover.Sky-blue semi double daisies freely produced.Fertile well drained soil in sun.60x60cm.(6-8)£5.953.00
Erigeron 'Dunkelste Aller' (AGM)Fleabane 1.4LtLovely heads of DARK VIOLET-BLUE, daisy-like flowers; June to August. Ideal front of border / cut flowers. Any reasonable soil in sun. 60x45cms.£5.756.00
Erigeron glaucus 'Sea Breeze'Beach Aster 2LtA lovely pink flowered form of this Californian native. Dense mats of spathe shaped leaves. Short stems carry good sized, yellow eyed pink daisies throughout summer. Ideal trailing over walls. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. (5-10) 10cm.£7.558.00
Erigeron 'Quakeress'Fleabane 1.4LtA prolific & easy plant forming rosettes of dark green leaves. PALE LILAC-PINK daisies on long stems; June to September. Fertile, well drained soil in sun. 60x60cms.£6.503.00
Erigeron 'Rosa Juwel'Fleabane 1.4LtBushy, 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.£5.756.00
Erigeron 'Sommerneuschnee'Fleabane 1.4Ltsyn.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.£6.5018.00
Erodium chrysanthumStorksbill 1.4LtShowy 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.£5.758.00
Erodium x variabile 'Bishop's Form'Storksbill 1LtTight, mound forming evergreen with small, dark green, scallop shaped leaves. Small clusters of cup-shaped rich-pink flowers, ageing slightly paler over a long period through spring into summer. Good for rockeries or edge of border in sun. 10cm.£5.7512.00
Eryngium agavifoliumSea Holly 2LtStatuesque plant forming a rosette of sharply toothed, sword-like leaves. Big, GREEN, thimble-like flowerheads; late summer. Well drained fertile soil in sun. 1.5x1.2m.£7.9512.00
Eryngium eburneumSea Holly 2Lt(syn.E.paniculatum. of hort.) Clump former with long narrow spiny toothed arching leaves. Airy umbels of small whitish-green thimbles on pale stems; late summer. Moist, well drained fertile soil in sun. 150x60cm.£10.953.00
Eryngium giganteum 'Silver Ghost' (AGM)Sea Holly 1.4LtPossibly 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.£6.257.00
Eryngium 'Neptune's Gold'Golden Sea Holly 1.4LtMost likely a form of zabelii, this forms basal rosettes of divided leaves, richly burnished gold throughout the year. Golden stems with large, thistle like silvery-gold flowers, developing a steely blue cone & centre with age. Flowers midsummer. Light, free draining soil in a sunny spot. (6-8) 60cm.£7.955.00
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£10.954.00
Eryngium planum 'Blauer Zwerg'Sea Holly 1.4LtBlue 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.£5.953.00
Eryngium planum 'Blue Hobbit'Sea Holly 1.4LtDwarf, compact form with well branched stems having lots of small ruffed rich blue flowers, initially opening silver; midsummer. Basal rosettes of oval glossy green leaves with silver veins. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 30cm.£5.752.00
Eryngium planum 'Jade Frost'Sea Holly 1.4Ltvert attractive new hybrid with the glossy green leaves having a broad creamy white margin & a pink flush on th new growth. Airy spikes of small ruffed metallic blue flowers on dark stems, initially emerging silver;- late summer. Well drained soil in sun. 90cm.£5.953.00
Eryngium planum 'Magical Anita'Sea Holly 3LtA stunning variety massed with small thistle-like silvery=green maturing to pale steely blue flower heads above narrow, spiny, pale blue-green bracts to 2.5cm long; mid to late summer. Robust clump-forming perennial with rounded, dark green basal leaves and upright, branched stems bear deeply-lobed, spiny leaves. Free draining yet retentive soil in sun. To 90cm. Int 2024 PBR£9.955.00
Eryngium x zabelii 'Big Blue'Sea Holly 2LtVery strong, robust hybrid much like a very large bourgatii. basal rosettes of divided, silver-grey veined leaves. well branched steely blue stems with good sized inky blue flowers, held in a large spiny ruff;- Summer. Light, poor, free draining soil in sun. (6-9) 90cm.£8.252.00
Eryngium x zabelii 'Jos Eijking'Sea Holly 1.4LtSpectacular new Sea Holly with steely blue branched stems & intense lavender blue flowers which glow; June to August. Divided silver veined basal leaves. For a hot, dry well drained position in full sun. 75x45cm. PROTECTED BY PLANT BREEDERS RIGHTS.£9.952.00
Erysimum 'Canaries Yellow'Perennial wallflower 1LtCompact, evergreen, perennial wallflower massed with heads of bright canary yellow, fragrant flowers over a long period from March on. Attractive to bees. Well clothed in rich green, elliptic leaves. For a reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. Ideal for borders or containers. To: 20 x20cms.£4.957.00
Erysimum cheirii 'Harpur Crewe'Perennial Wallflower 2LtLow growing woody based sub-shrub which in a well drained position in sun will give a continuous show of yellow, scented flowers from late spring until the frosts. Propagate regularly. 30x45cm.£7.954.00
Eucomis autumnalis (AGM)Pineapple Lily 1.4LtLong lasting spikes of white flowers topped by a tuft - the whole spike resembling a pineapple. Attractive late summer flowering bulb with waxy clumps of narrow, green leaves. Mulch or lift & dry in winter. Well drained soil in sun but needs to be kept well watered during its summer growing period. . 45x45cm£5.957.00
Eucomis bicolor (AGM)Pineapple Lily 1.4LtSpotted 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.£7.252.00
Eucomis comosaPineapple lily 1.4Lt(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.£7.252.00
Eucomis comosa 'Amelia'Pineapple Lily 1.4LtNew hybrid the stout, fleshy stems densely packed with star like soft pink-lilac flowers topped by a pineapple like crown; late summer. Broad, lance shaped, ruffled edged, fleshy leaves. Bulbous , S African perennial for a sheltered, well drained spot in sun. 45cms..£7.951.00
Eucomis comosa 'Sparkling Burgundy'Pineapple Lily 1.4LtRosettes of broad, fleshy smokey-purple leaves. Spikes of purple-flushed green-white flowers topped by a pineapple-like crown in late summer. Bulbous plant for gritty, well drained very sheltered spot. (8-9) 45cm.£11.9517.00
Eucomis comosa 'Sparkling Burgundy'Pineapple Lily 2Lt£7.5024.00
Eucomis 'Playa Blanca'Pineapple Lily 1.4LtVery showy form with long spikes of starry, pure white flowers, topped by a huge pineapple like crown, during late summer into autumn. Basal rosettes of smooth green, wavy margined leaves. hardy in warm, sheltered gardens in a well drained sunny spot. Can be grown in pots & protected in winter. Needs full sun. (7-9) 60cm.£6.957.00
Eucomis vandermerweiPineapple Flower 1.4LtSmall, 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£10.954.00
Eupatorium dubium 'Baby Joe'Joe Pye Weed 2LtShorter 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.£6.956.00
Eupatorium fistulosum albidum 'Bartered Bride'Joe Pye Weed 2LtTall, 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.£7.5011.00
Eupatorium maculatum Atropurpureum Group (AGM)Trumpet Weed 2LtVery showy, tall back of the border perennial with large pyramidal panicles of rich rosy-purple, small flowers in dense heads; early autumn. Whorls of purple-flushed leaves up almost black stems. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 180x90cm.£6.951.00
Eupatorium maculatum 'Augustrubin'Joe Pye Weed 2LtImposing mid-late summer flowerer the stiff, upright stems topped with large, branched umbels of intense burgundy-red flowers - highly attractive to butterflies. Dark stems lined with large, elliptic, rich bronze-green, glossy leaves, Retentive, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 1.5m£7.504.00
Eupatorium purpureumJoe Pye Weed 2LtAt the top are flat heads of fuzzy, PURPLISH-ROSE flowers on dark purple stalks; September & October. Whorls of pointed leaves. A stately, bold, imposing perennial. For a rich soil in sun or part shade. 210x90cms.£6.502.00
Euphorbia amygdaloides robbiae (AGM)Spurge 1.4LtSlowly 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.£6.5012.00
Euphorbia epithymoides 'Purpurea'Wood Spurge 1.4LtUseful 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£6.501.00
Euphorbia griffithii 'Beauty Orange'Spurge 2LtGently spreading clumps with reddish stems the dark green, red-bronze flushed leaves having a central orange vein. Flattened heads of glowing bright orange flowers are persistent but at their best in spring. Retentive yet well drained soil in sun. 90x60cm.£8.952.00
Euphorbia myrsinites (AGM)Spurge 1LtEvergreen perennial with prostrate, radiating stems clothed in narrow, silvery grey leaves. Umbels of bright yellowish green heads at the tips; spring. Well drained, light soil in full sun. 10x60cm.£5.2511.00
Euphorbia polychromaSpurge 1.4LtEasy, semi shrubby, mound forming perennial striking in spring when covered in heads of bright acid yellow 'flowers' against a backdrop of elliptic, rich green leaves. Cut back hard after flowering to maintain shape. Sap may cause irritation. Free draining soil in sun or part shade. 45cms.. £5.751.00
Euphorbia polychroma 'Senior'Spurge 1.4LtA larger flowered selection of this popular perennial. The small flowers are held in much larger acid yellow bracts in late spring & early summer. Narrow grey-green leaves. Bushy plant for a well drained soil in sun. (4-6) 45cm.£6.502.00
Euphorbia schillingii (AGM)Spurge 3LtCollected 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.£9.952.00
Euphorbia stygiana santamariaeAzores Spurge 1.4LtFound 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)£6.954.00
Euphorbia x pasteurii 'Brown's Strain'Spurge 2Lt(stygiana x mellifera) Spectacular cross between these two species. Huge, shrubby species with long, velvet green leaves, this form spectactularly red in autumn remaining evergreen in winter. Panicles of scented, buff brown flowers in spring. Sheltered site with retentive yet freely draining soil 1.5x1.5m£9.509.00
Euphorbia x pasteurii 'John Phillips' 2Ltmellifera x stygiana. A very robust form of pasteurii looking more like stygiana than mellifera. Huge strong stems with whorls of leaves topped by large heads of honey scented honey-brown flowers during spring & summer. Needs a sheltered spot in sun. (5-7) 2.5x2.5m£10.954.00