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A lovely form with deep purple flushed new foliage turning mid green and purplish stems topped with clusters of glistening white flowers in spring. 40cm. Best in decent soil in shade, drained but not dry.
Rarely seen this species is much larger than the common C. majalis. Broad green leaves and slightly arching stems of white flowers are followed by showy orange berries. Average to good soil in shade. 30cm.
A new hybrid between C. elata and C. flexuosa with mid green leaves and brilliant electric blue flowers on red stems. Strongly sweet scented flowering in late spring and early summer. Good soil in shade. 30cm.
(C. elata x C. flexuosa) The first of these hybrids this is a good tough plant. More or less evergreen, fresh green foliage produces upright stems topped with big heads of bright blue, scented flowers in mid-late spring. 50cm. Good soil in shade.
One of the 3 forms introduced by Compton, D'arcy and Rix in the early 1990s this electric blue flowered form has red-purple stained foliage and dusky purplish buds before the flowers emerge. Spring flowering, summer dormant woodlander which re-grows in autumn. Hardy. 30cm.
A wild collected selection of this unusual species with branching heads of dull orange flowers in late summer to 1.5m. Clumps of grey, pleated leaves make an attractive extra feature. Drained soil in sun.