Quick View Impatiens omeiana 'Ice Storm' £5.50
HARDY Striking silvery dusted foliage on this low growing shade lover. Delicate creamy yellow, goldfish-like, flowers in autumn are a little more showy than the species. Good soil. 30cm.
More details... Quick View Impatiens pritzelii 'Sichuan Gold' £5.00
Similar to better known Impatiens omeiana and at least as hardy, this forms slow spreading patches of olive leaves and big creamy yellow flowers with orange-brown speckles to 40cm. Good soil in shade.
More details... Quick View Impatiens sp. P1961 £6.00
A wild collection this is similar to I. omeiana but has delightful light pink flowers in autumn. Low patches of dusky foliage. Deciduous and hardy, for good soil that doesn't dry out in shade. 40cm?
More details... Quick View Impatiens tinctoria from Cherangani, Kenya £6.00
A exotic looking but largely hardy species from Africa, this collection producing white flowers with deep red markings and more tightly curled spurs than normal. Prefers cool, moist summers, to 1.5-2m, mulch overwinter.
More details... Quick View Ipheion 'Alberto Castillo' £4.00
AGM Glorious shining white flowers over clumps of grey foliage from midwinter throughout spring. Well drained soil in full sun. Even better in a porch or cold greenhouse. 15cm.
More details... Quick View Ipheion uniflorum ssp. tandiliense £4.00
Bluish white spring flowers with darker purplish blue shading and stripe. Neat, tidy greyish green foliage emerges in autumn and looks good all winter. Hardy, 15cm.
More details... Quick View Iris 'Ma Mie' IB £6.50
A delightful old (1906) cultivar from Cayeaux in France. Elegant white flowers with a network of cornflower blue veins in late spring and early summer. Drained soil in full sun. 90cm.
More details... Quick View Iris 'Webmaster' SDB £4.50
An unusual colour combination on this strong variety - wine red flowers with lemon yellow markings in the centre of the falls and in the standards. Well drained soil in full sun. 25cm.
More details... Quick View Iris attica yellow flowered £4.50
A lovely little bearded type Iris for the rockery, sink or alpine house. Very low growing, to 10cm, pale lemon yellow flowers in early spring. Good drainage in full sun.
More details... Quick View Iris chrysographes black-flowered £5.00
One of the blackest flowers without Photoshop! Delicate looking narrow velvety flowers in early summer on slender stems to 50cm. Good, moist soil in part shade.
More details... Quick View Iris fulva £5.00
Stunning terracotta flowers on this American Louisiana iris. Best in a warm site with good rich soil. Not the easiest to flower well in the UK but well worth trying! 60cm.
More details... Quick View Iris koreana £5.00
A low growing woodland species from Korea with clear yellow flowers to 30cm. Largely evergreen here so far and seems to take fairly dry conditions. Fairly new to cultivation.
More details... Quick View Iris longipetala £4.50
A rare Californian endemic from moist to wet ground in open positions. Upright clumps of green foliage and light blue, long, narrow petalled flowers with deeper veining to 90cm. Summer. Hardy.
More details... Quick View Iris setosa £5.00
A delightful species which makes clumps of greyish green foliage and produces rich, deep indigo-purple flowers in spring and early summer. Best in good to moist soil in sun. 70cm.
More details... Quick View Iris sp. aff subbiflora £4.50
Very compact clumps of greyish leaves produce rich purple flowers with spotted orange throats and pale yellow beards to 15cm in spring. Well drained soil in full sun, or alpine house.
More details... Quick View Iris x robusta 'Gerald Darby' £5.00
Strong glaucous foliage has purple staining when young providing a point of interest when many other Irises are only just waking up. Blue-purple flowers to 1m in early summer. Good soil in sun.
More details... Quick View Knautia macedonica 'Melton Pastels' £4.00
A lovely meadow scabious from eastern Europe producing flowers in a range of shades from red through pink to mauve on wiry stems to 1m. Drained soil in sun.
More details... Quick View Kniphofia 'Cobra' £6.00
A subtle but attractive form with deep coppery buds opening to yellowish flowers that fade to ivory white. 1m. Late summer and autumn. Drained soil in sun.
More details... Quick View Kniphofia 'Incandesce' £6.00
AGM Splendid flaming spikes of bright coral-orange buds that don't fade as they open until they are going over giving a small cream section at the base of the head. Sun, drained soil. 1m.
More details... Quick View Kniphofia 'Rich Echoes' £5.50
AGM Warm bronzed orange buds open to clear yellow flowers on distinctive dark stems. A stand out plant in the Wisley Trial. Neat clumps flowering July-September, 75cm. Drained soil in sun.
More details... Quick View Kniphofia 'Timothy' £5.50
Splendid spikes of bronzy orange opening a peachy coral. 80cm. Drained soil in sun or light, part shade.
More details... Quick View Lamium galeobdolon 'Kirkcudbright Dwarf' £4.50
A dwarf, compact and well behaved form with silver patterned leaves and pretty pale yellow flowers in spring. Ordinary soil in light shade. 20cm.
More details... Quick View Lathyrus latifolius £5.50
A lovely perennial sweet pea with large flowers of bright pink, pastel pink or white in summer. Scrambling/climbing, for ordinary soil in sun. 1.8m.
More details... Quick View Lathyrus tuberosus £4.50
A fine perennial climbing species with greyish foliage and rich pink flowers from midsummer to late autumn. Average soil in sun or part shade. 1.2m.
More details... Quick View Lathyrus vernus £4.00
The super, spring flowering hardy perennial pea relative. Low clumps of deep green foliage and branching stems of bright purple-blue flowers March to May. Some may be near white. 30cm.