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Lupinus 'Gallery Blue'
Lupinus 'Gallery Blue'
We have always grown this member of the 'Gallery' series, as it seems to be the only one to throw up such good variations of colour. Plants vary from blue/cream bicolours to deep purples. They all seem to work harmoniously together but favourites are easily bulked up from basal cuttings taken early in the growing period. The compact plants produce spikes of  flowers in early summer, often repeating...
£4.50
Lychnis chalcedonica 'Carnea'
Lychnis chalcedonica 'Carnea'
A pleasing colour break in this species with flowerheads of soft, warm, coral pink. We have had this plant in our borders for many years, having originally obtained it with the name 'Pinkie'. It works brilliantly with brooding maroons and clarets - we have it alongside trifolium rubens and sanguiisorba officinalis in our barn garden. HP. Easy in most soils given some sun. Ht.2’ (60cm). 9cm...
£4.50
Lychnis coronaria atrosanguineum 'Cerise'
Lychnis coronaria atrosanguineum 'Cerise'
Dazzling coloured form of this popular plant, with violet-carmine flowers set off perfectly by the soft, grey foliage. This is often early into flower but, with prompt deadheading, it will keep going well into summer. Leave a few seedpods on at the end of the season as this short-lived perennial is a reliable self-sower.Hardy perennial for sun. Ht 24-30” (60-75cm) Spread 12” (30cm). 9cm...
£4.00
 
Lysimachia ephemerum
Lysimachia ephemerum
Unusual and beautiful variety with sturdy stems of ethereal white flower spikes over a long period in summer. In heavy soil, the plant tends to stay put but in lighter soil, it will spread. In mild winters, the foliage is near-evergreen. Hardy perennial for sun/partial shade.  Ht. 3’ (90cm). 9cm pot £4.50
£4.50
Mathiasella bupleur. 'Green Dream'
Mathiasella bupleur. 'Green Dream'
Elegant stems of jade green bracted flowers above attractive foliage. This Mexican umbellifer is near-evergreen giving year-round presence. The foliage takes on some redder tints in cold weather and old, tatty stems can be removed in spring, once new growth begins. HP best in part shade & well-drained soil. Ht. 4’ (1.2m) Spread 2' (60cm). 9cm pot £7.00
£7.00
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Monarda 'Violet Queen'
Vigorous hybrid producing a stunning display of glowing purple flowers in summer. HP for moist but well-drained soil in sun/part shade. Ht.3’ (90cm). 9cm pot £4.50
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Nepeta 'Blue Dragon'
Striking introduction, with a strongly upright habit and large violet-blue flowers in summer. If you are fed up with floppy catmints, then this is for you (although you will still need to keep the cat away!) HP for sun/part shade & most ordinary soils. Ht.30” (75cm) Spread 18” (45cm). 9cm pot £4.50
£4.50
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Paeonia 'Alexander Fleming'
Fully double flowers of deep rose pink & highly fragrant. An early, midseason lactiflora cross between ‘Bunker Hill’/’Sarah Bernhardt’. HP for sun & good soil. Ht.30” (75cm). 11cm pot £8.00
£8.00
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Paeonia 'Buckeye Belle'
Sumptuous, semi-double flowers of rich, ruby-red, with the petals enclosing a centre of golden stamens. HP for sun & fertile soil. Ht. to 3’ (90cm) but rarely needs staking. 11cm pot £10.00
£10.00
 
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Paeonia 'Peter Brand'
Sumptuous double flowers of deep ruby-red, ageing to a more purple hue.  A midseason lactiflora with great fragrance and strong stems. HP for sun & good soil. Ht. 3’ (90cm). 11cm pot £7.50
£7.50
Papaver orientale 'Patty's Plum'
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Papaver orientale 'Patty's Plum'
Sought-after variety, with soft plum coloured blooms. HP, which retains its colour best in a site shaded from midday sun. Cut back hard after flowering to promote new foliage growth. Ht. 30” (75cm) Spread 18” (45cm). 9cm pot £4.50
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Penstemon 'Raven'
Dramatic, deep purple-red flowers of good size cover the stems of this excellent variety all summer. This has long been one of our favourite penstemons for its colour and longevity. HP for sun & well-drained soil. Ht. 2’ (60cm) Spread 18” (45cm). 9cm pot £4.50
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Persicaria microcephala 'Red Dragon'
Persicaria microcephala 'Red Dragon'
Grown mainly for its striking, maroon/bronze marbled foliage (the tiny white flowers are fairly insignificant). Makes a generous clump by its second season and remains evergreen in a mild winter. HP for sun/part shade & most ordinary soils. Ht. & Spread 18” (45cm). 9cm pot £5.50
£5.50
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Phlox paniculata 'Blue Paradise'
Fragrant flowers of rich, violet-blue in early summer. One of the most vibrantly coloured phlox available and always hugely popular. HP for fertile, moist soil in sun/part shade. Ht.3’ (90cm). 11cm pot £5.00
£5.00
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Phlox paniculata 'Franz Schubert'
Long-lasting, fragrant flowers of pastel lilac. Makes a subtle companion to the more dramatic 'Blue Paradise'. HP for fertile, moist soil in sun/part shade. Ht.3’ (90cm). 11cm pot £5.00 
£5.00
 
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Phlox paniculata 'Monica Lynden Bell'
Palest pink flowers with wonderful fragrance. Strong, healthy grower. HP for good soil in sun/part shade. Ht.2.5’ (75cm). 9cm pot £6.00
£6.00
Phlox x arendsii  'Hesperis'
Phlox x arendsii 'Hesperis'
The abundantly produced small lilac-pink flowers really do resemble ‘Sweet Rocket’, for which it is named. Scented and mildew resistant HP for sun/part shade & good soil. Ht.32” (80cm)  Spread 20” (50cm). 9cm pot £4.50
£4.50
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Phlox x arendsii 'Utopia'
Strongly scented flowers of pale, lilac-pink July-Sept. Good soil in sun/part shade. Ht. 5’ (1.5m). 11cm pot £5.00
£5.00
 
Pimpinella major 'Rosea'
Pimpinella major 'Rosea'
Charming, cow-parsley like plant, but with pink flowerheads in summer. Like many umbellifers, this has become achingly fashionable over the last few years and we can never grow enough. HP for average/moist soil in sun/part shade. Ht.2’ (60cm). 9cm pot £6.00
£6.00
Pulmonaria ang. 'Blue Ensign'
Pulmonaria ang. 'Blue Ensign'
Possibly the best coloured flowers of any lungwort – really vivid blue & a lovely contrast to bright yellows in the spring border. The leaves are green, with no hint of the spotting which gives the species both its botanic and common names. Seems to hate being in a pot and only gives of its best once planted out (we know how it feels!) HP for shade & moisture-retentive soil.  Ht.1’...
£6.00
Pulmonaria longifolia 'Diana Clare'
Pulmonaria longifolia 'Diana Clare'
Surely one of the loveliest silver leaved lungworts. Clump forming, with violet-blue flowers, maturing to include rosy hues, over a long period in spring. After the flowers have faded in early summer, the foliage really comes into its own, with the expanding, silvered leaves perfect for lightening a shady corner of the border. HP for good soil in shade/part shade. Ht.12” (30cm).  9cm pot...
£6.00
 
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Roscoea purpurea 'Spice Island'
Exotic-looking, hardy member of the ginger family. Attractive foliage with deep red on the leaf reverse and orchid-like flowers of lavender-pink from mid to late summer. Late to emerge above ground (late May/early June), so mark the planting spot to avoid damage to dormant plants. HP for moist, well-drained soil in sun/part shade. Ht. & spread to 18”
£8.00
Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'
Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'
Surely one of the very best nemorosa introductions, with rich, violet-blue flowers on tall, dark stems. Deadhead promptly as flowers go over for repeat blooms. HP for sun & well-drained soil. Ht. 30” (75cm) Spread 12” (30cm). 9cm pot £4.50
£4.50
Salvia x sylvestris ‘Viola Klose’
Salvia x sylvestris ‘Viola Klose’
Spires of deep violet flowers from early – mid-summer. We grew this for the first time last year and were really struck by the knockout colour. HP for sun/partial shade & well-drained soil. Ht.18” (75cm). 9cm pot £4.50
£4.50
 
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