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An excellent (nearly) double from Austria with lots of golden yellow sepals within an outer row of green streaked ones on top of a ruff of yellow streaked green bracts in early spring. Sun or part shade. 15cm.
Chocolate brown tinted new leaves turn to green with the double yellow flowers nestled in a ruff of green bracts in early to mid spring. Good woodland soil in light shade, under deciduous trees is ideal. 15cm.
Amazing white spathes with pink candy stripes inside appear slightly before the leaves in late spring. Big rounded trifoliate leaves make an attractive feature later. Good soil that never sits wet in shade. Flowers to 30cm, leaves to 75cm.
A stunning winter-green type with large mid green leaves with a heavy pewter marbling over most of the leaf, just a narrow band of plain green round the edges. Typical pale flowers in late winter. 40cm. Average soil in part shade.
Low growing evergreen groundcover with heart shaped leaves. The stems are clothed with whiteish hairs and the leaf tops shorter almost gingery hairs. Small reddish-cream flowers in spring. 15cm, Good soil in shade.
An amazing brilliant orange (or yellow) flowered plant from North America where it is known as Butterfly Milkweed - a clue to it's insect friendliness! Clumps of upright stems to 50cm. Good soil in sun.
Deciduous clumps of glaucous grassy leaves send up strong stems with dense spikes of snowy white, starry flowers with pinkish veins from brown buds. Late spring into summer, drained soil in full sun. 1.5m.