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We grow a wide range of perennials including a comprehensive range of Hardy Geraniums and lots of good Ornamental Grasses, not to forget the large number of new, rare and unusual herbaceous perennials, especially those for shade/woodland. Please use the Refine options on the left or the Plant Selector to help choose, or the Search box at the top of every page to find specific plants, or just enjoy browsing!

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Symphytum cordatum

Symphytum cordatum£5.00

A choice, neat, clump forming species with attractive cordate foliage and clusters of pale yellow bells in spring. Reasonable soil in part shade seems to suit it best. 20cm. Slow to increase.


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Symphytum tuberosum

Symphytum tuberosum£5.00

A clump forming species making a low maound of pale green foliage and branched stems of pale yellow bells in spring, and summer if in good soil. Light shade. 45cm.


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Symphytum x uplandicum 'Moorland Heather'

Symphytum x uplandicum 'Moorland Heather'£5.00

A lovely deep purple form with matching rich green leaves. Main flowering in spring and early summer, cut back for an autumn flush too. Clumps to 60cm, sun or light shade.


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Syringa tomentella ssp. sweginzowii

Syringa tomentella ssp. sweginzowii£9.00

An elegant Lilac with an upright habit and long tapering racemes of pinkish lilac flowers in summer with a good strong but delicate scent. 2.5m. Best in good soil in sun or light shade.


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Tanacetum macrophyllum

Tanacetum macrophyllum£8.50

Clumps of cut green foliage and strong stems bearing large heads of creamy flowers in summer. Full sun, even quite dry. 1.5m. Deciduous.


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Tellima grandiflora 'Delphine'

Tellima grandiflora 'Delphine'£5.00

Delightful clumps of creamy yellow splashed and spotted mid-green leaves and spires of apple green flowers in spring. Evergreen for shady places, even quite dry. 30cm.


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Tellima grandiflora 'Forest Frost'

Tellima grandiflora 'Forest Frost'£4.50

Clumps of fresh green foliage with silvery marbling and bronze-purple tones in winter. Spikes of apple-green flowers in spring to 50cm. Evergreen. Ordinary soil in shade.


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Thalictrum aquilegifolium

Thalictrum aquilegifolium£7.20

Fluffy heads of lilac-purple flowers in late spring/early summer to 1.2m. A great cottage garden perennial that suits modern natural style gardens too. Good soil in light shade.


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Thalictrum aquilegifolium 'Album'

Thalictrum aquilegifolium 'Album'£7.20

A lovely fluffy white flowered form of this classic cottage garden perennial. Clumps of Aquilegia-like foliage emerge in late winter and the flowers from mid-spring to 90cm. Good soil in light shade.


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Thalictrum isopyroides

Thalictrum isopyroides£5.00

Delicate looking but tough little species with blue-grey, finely divided foliage and clusters of brown and pale yellow flowers to 30cm. Drained soil in sun.


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Thalictrum lucidum

Thalictrum lucidum£5.00

Clumps of upright stems topped with attractive frothy heads of creamy yellow flowers in summer to 1.5m. Unusual olive green finely divided leaves. Good soil in sun.


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Thalictrum morisonii

Thalictrum morisonii£6.00

A rare species from SW Europe, similar to T lucidum but with a more compact habit and finely divided olive green foliage. Creamy yellow flowers to 1.2m. Good soil in sun.


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Thalictrum pubescens

Thalictrum pubescens£5.00

A tall Meadow Rue with fluffy creamy white filamentous flowers over glaucous foliage to 1.8m. Good or even damp soil in sun or part shade.


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Thalictrum simplex

Thalictrum simplex£5.00

A more compact Meadow Rue with finely divided fresh green foliage and panicles of creamy yellowish flowers to 1m in summer. Best in good soil in part shade.


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Thalictrum sp. MCW109

Thalictrum sp. MCW109£5.00

A Michael Wickenden collection (Yunnan?) with early growth, dark stems quickly ascending to 1m-1.4m with loose heads of creamy flowers in late spring.


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Trifolium rubens

Trifolium rubens£4.50

Unusual in growing upright from a dense clump, none of this running and rooting nonsense! Largish heads of reddish purple flowers to 40cm. Ordinary soil in sun.


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Trillium viridescens

Trillium viridescens£9.00

A pretty smaller species that seems better suited to East Anglia than some of the bigger ones. Patterned leaves and delicate apple-green flowers to 20cm. Good soil in shade.


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Tripsacum dactyloides

Tripsacum dactyloides£6.50

Clumps of bright green, broad leaves on this hardy perennial American grass related to Maize. Fascinating spikes of chunky flowers on strong stems to 1.5m. Good, drained soil in sun.


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Tritonia disticha ssp. rubrolucens

Tritonia disticha ssp. rubrolucens£5.00

A fantastic Crocosmia relative with sprays of pleated sword-like leaves and masses of arching stems with lots of soft pink flowers from summer into autumn. Drained soil in full sun. 90cm.


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Tulbaghia 'Cosmic'

Tulbaghia 'Cosmic'£5.00

A lovely T. violacea hybrid with pale pink flowers with a golden yellow corona. Hardy to at least -14C so far! Well drained soil in full sun. 60cm.


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Tulbaghia 'Purple Eye'

Tulbaghia 'Purple Eye'£5.00

AGM A compact hybrid with grassy foliage and masses of light lilac pink flowers with darker centres all summer. Maybe hardy in well drained soil in full sun or grow in a pot and take in overwinter. 40cm.


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Tulbaghia cominsii x violacea

Tulbaghia cominsii x violacea£5.00

A very good form of this hybrid (divisions) with neat clumps of grassy leaves and masses of light pink flowers to 30cm. Fairly hardy in a sheltered sunny spot with good drainage.


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Tulbaghia violacea 'John Rider'

Tulbaghia violacea 'John Rider'£5.50

An excellent, floriferous form with relatively large lilac flowers throughout summer. 50cm. Well drained soil in full sun.


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Uvularia grandiflora var. pallida

Uvularia grandiflora var. pallida£6.00

Stunning pale yellow bell-like flowers with twisted petals in spring. Delicate stems to 40cm. Best in good woodland soil in shade.


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Uvularia grandiflora Wisley Form

Uvularia grandiflora Wisley Form£6.50

Clumps of upright stems produce clear yellow flowers with twisted petals in mid-late spring. This form appears brighter than normal. 60cm. Good soil in shade.


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