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Digitalis parviflora
Perennial Mediterranean species bearing spires of small chocolate-coloured flowers in summer. Evergreen HP for partial shade & moist but reasonably well-drained soil. Ht. To 36” (90cm). 9cm pot £4.50
£4.50
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Digitalis purpurea 'Dalmatian Peach
Hybrid foxglove, with upright spikes of peach coloured flowers with orange speckling in the throats. HB/short lived perennial for ordinary soil in sun/partial shade. Ht.24” (60cm).
£4.50
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Echinacea pallida
Wonderful species, with pale pink petals suspended from the central burgundy cone. HP for well-drained soil and sun. Ht. 3’ (90cm’ Spread 18” (45cm). 9cm pot £4.50
£4.50
 
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Eragrostis trichodes
Airy, delicate ornamental grass, producing a mist-like cloud of red-tinted panicles from mid-summer.  Clump forming & deciduous HP. Ht. to 4’ (120cm) Spread 2’ (60cm). 9cm pot £4.50
£4.50
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Erigeron 'Quakeress'
Pretty, many-petalled daisy flowers of soft lilac, produced freely over a long period in summer. HP for well-drained soil & sun. Ht.& spread 20” (50cm). 9cm pot £5.00
£5.00
Euphorbia characias 'Black Pearl'
Euphorbia characias 'Black Pearl'
Striking cultivar sporting a black ‘eye’ to each'flower'. HP for sun/part shade & well-drained soil. Cut back old flowering stems in spring, taking care to wear gloves as the milky sap can cause irritation. Ht.3’ (90cm). 9cm pot £6.00
£6.00
 
Euphorbia seguieriana subsp. niciciana
Euphorbia seguieriana subsp. niciciana
Long-flowering species, bearing acid yellow flowers from late spring throughout summer. The blue-green leaves are very fine - almost linaria-like. and the stems reddish in colour. Good for front of border or rock garden. Clump-forming, evergreen HP for sun & well-drained soil. Cut back old flowered stems in spring, taking care to wear gloves as the milky sap can cause irritation. Ht. & spread...
£6.00
Geranium 'Ann Thomson' AGM
Geranium 'Ann Thomson' AGM
Vivid magenta flowers with black centres & veining contrast with attractive gold-green foliage. Strong growing, making a substantial mound, so allow it space. HP for sun/light shade. Ht.22” (56cm) Spread 3’+ (90cm).
£6.50
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Geranium 'Dragon Heart'
Strongly coloured hybrid, with dark-centred flowers of deep magenta throughout summer. HP for sun/part shade and good garden soil. Ht. & Spread 18” (45cm). Scrambling/trailing habit. 9cm pot £7.50
£7.50
 
Geranium 'Havana Blues'
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Geranium 'Havana Blues'
Striking introduction, with large lilac-blue flowers, darkly veined. We find the colour easier to place in the border than the bluer 'Rozanne'. Blooms May – first frosts. HP for sun/part shade. Ht.15” (38cm) Spread 18” (45cm). 11cm pot £8.50
£8.50
Geranium nodosum 'Silverwood'
Geranium nodosum 'Silverwood'
Rare, white flowered form of this pretty species, which performs well in many situations, including dry shade. In bloom for months and the glossy foliage is a major asset also. Ht. & Spread to 1’ (30cm) 9cm pot £8.00
£8.00
Geranium sanguineum striatum
Geranium sanguineum striatum
Many cup-shaped pink flowers with darker veining, produced throughout summer. Spreading habit makes good ground cover in a sunny spot with well-drained soil. HP. Ht.4-6” (10-15cm) Spread 12+” (30cm)  11cm pot £5.00
£5.00
 
Geum 'Bell Bank'
Geum 'Bell Bank'
Copper-pink, semi-double flowers, with prettily frilled edges to the petals. Vigorous hybrid for retentive soil in a cool position. Ht. 18” (45cm). 9cm pot £6.00
£6.00
Geum 'Lady Clementine'
Geum 'Lady Clementine'
Vibrant orange, semi-double flowers, produced over a long period from early summer. HP for sun/part shade & most ordinary soils. Ht.18” (45cm).  9cm pot for £8.00
£8.00
Hesperis matronalis
Hesperis matronalis
‘Sweet Rocket’ produces long-flowering stems of lilac blooms, with wonderful evening fragrance. This is a plant which is so generous with its flowering that it can easily 'flower itself to death'. To prevent this, we stop the plants flowering before they can go to seed, which encourages the formation of a substantial plant in the second year, when a small amount of seed can be allowed to...
£4.00
 
Iberis sempervirens 'Absolutely Amethyst'
Iberis sempervirens 'Absolutely Amethyst'
Wonderful form of perennial candytuft, this ground-covering little evergreen sports gorgeous deep lilac flowers from spring into summer. Before the introduction of this variety, we relied on an annual form of candytuft to achieve this desirable colour, so a very welcome new plant! Best in sun/well-drained soil. Ht.12” (30cm).  9cm pot for £5.00
£5.00
Knautia macedonica
Knautia macedonica
Valuable for long & prolific flowering, with strong, wiry stems bearing masses of wine-red, scabious-like pincushion flowers from late June until first frosts. HP for sun & well drained soil. Ht. 30” (75cm) Spread 12” (30cm). 9cm port for £4.50
£4.50
Lamium orvala
Lamium orvala
Tall species bearing large clusters of orchid-like, dusky pink flowers with netted lip. Very striking and will make a good sized clump by its second season.HP for sun/semi-shade & well-drained soil. Ht. & spread 12” (30cm). 9cm pot £5.00
£5.00
 
Lamprocapnos (Dicentra) spectabilis 'Alba'
Lamprocapnos (Dicentra) spectabilis 'Alba'
A cool, elegant beauty, with fresh green, ferny foliage and pure white heart-shaped flowers, which hang gracefully from arching stems. Hardy perennial for good soil in sun/partial shade. Ht. 2-2.5’ (60-75cm).
£5.50
Leucanthemum 'Old Court Variety'
Leucanthemum 'Old Court Variety'
Unusual ‘shaggy’ flower form and a long flowering season, June – Sept. We love it for its informality and less rigid form than many of its ilk. HP for sun & well-drained soil.  Ht. 30” (75cm). 9cm pot £6.00
£6.00
Ligularia dentata 'Britt-Marie Crawford'
Ligularia dentata 'Britt-Marie Crawford'
Dramatically dark foliage creates interest long before the large orange daisy flowers appear in summer/early autumn. HP for moisture-retentive soil in sun/part shade. Highly recommended for pond side plantings. Ht.32” (80cm). 11cm pot £8.00
£8.00
 
Ligularia przewalskii
Ligularia przewalskii
Spires of many small, deep yellow flowers crowd dark stems from mid-late summer. Attractive foliage. HP for sun/part shade & moisture retentive soil. Ht.4-6’ (1.2-2m)  Spread 3’ (1m). 11cm pot £6.00
£6.00
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Linaria purpurea 'Springside White'
Spires of tiny, white ‘snapdragon’ flowers over a long period from late spring. We have bees on the farm and have always left swathes of the common purple-flowered linaria to seed around for them - the plants are always alive with buzzing visitors. This rarer white-flowered form adds a little more sophistication to the mix. Suited to most ordinary soils in sun/part shade. Ht. 18”...
£6.50
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Lobelia tupa
Tall, clump-forming perennial, bearing large spikes of 2-lipped, brick-red flowers in late summer. The downy green foliage is similar to that of tobacco. Unusual and exotic in appearance, it is hardy in a sheltered situation in sun and with moisture-retentive soil.  Ht 5-6’ (1.5-2m) Spread 3’ (1m). 9cm pot £6.00
£6.00
 
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