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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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Phlox paniculata 'Uspekh'

Phlox paniculata 'Uspekh'£4.50

AGM An excellent older Russian selection with good, healthy, deep green foliage with a purple flush. Good heads of strongly scented purple flowers with a white star in late summer. Mildew resistant. Good soil in full sun, 1m.


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Phragmites australis 'Variegatus'

Phragmites australis 'Variegatus'£4.50

Variegated Common Reed. A most attractive plant for any damp site, considerably slower growing than the green form. Lovely purple flowerheads and yellow striped leaves to 2m.


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Phragmites australis ssp. pseudodonax

Phragmites australis ssp. pseudodonax£6.00

A giant form of the Common Reed with broad bluish green leaves and arching heads of red flowers in late summer to 3m or even more. Deciduous and spreading. Good to wet soil in sun, or in shallow water.


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Phuopsis stylosa

Phuopsis stylosa£4.00

Low ground cover for sun or part shade. Bright green narrow leaves on trailing stems and masses of pretty pink flowers in late spring and summer. 20cm.


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Phyteuma betonicifolia

Phyteuma betonicifolia£4.00

Alpine campanula relative which forms neat rosettes of lance-shaped leaves and spires of blue flowers to 30cm in spring. Drained soil in sun, ie rockery.


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Pilosella aurantiaca

Pilosella aurantiaca£4.00

Fox and Cubs. Spreading patches of hairy leaves and masses of orange flowers from red buds in summer to 40cm. Drained soil in sun. Very popular with many insects.


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Pimpinella major 'Rosea'

Pimpinella major 'Rosea'£4.50

A perennial pink cow parsley! Clumps of fine cut fresh green leaves and heads of soft pink flowers to 75cm in summer. Good soil in sun or light shade.


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Platycodon grandiflorus

Platycodon grandiflorus£4.00

AGM Clump forming Campanula relative with lax stems of greyish-green leaves and balloon-like buds opening to wide bells of blue or pink flowers (rarely white). Decent soil in sun or light shade. 40cm.


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Poa labillardierei

Poa labillardierei£6.00

Big clumps of fine grey foliage produce arching stems of grey flowers in late spring, turning buff by midsummer. Good all year effect. Drained soil in sun. 1.2m.


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Polygonatum biflorum dwarf form

Polygonatum biflorum dwarf form£6.00

A dwarf form of one of the common American solomon's seals. Slightly pleated green leaves and clusters of cream bells with jade green tips. Scented. Decent soil in shade. 40cm.


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Polygonatum hirtum

Polygonatum hirtum£4.50

A low growing Solomon's Seal relative with downy growth to 25cm and lots of white bells from green buds in spring. A good doer soon making a good clump in a shady border with reasonable soil.


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Polygonatum humile

Polygonatum humile£4.00

A dwarf species with fresh green foliage and pendent white flowers with green tips in spring followed by black berries. 20cm. Good, leafy soil in shade.


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Polygonatum odoratum 'Ussuriland'

Polygonatum odoratum 'Ussuriland'£6.50

An excellent, vigorous and floriferous selection collected in Russia in 1996 by the late Michael Wickenden. Grey green leaves and large creamy flowers in April/May. 90cm. Good soil in shade.


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Polygonatum orientale F&S364

Polygonatum orientale F&S364£5.50

An excellent low growing Solomon's Seal with crisp green foliage and bright cream and jade green flared flowers in spring. Top plant. 30cm. Good soil in shade. Collected in the Elburz by Furze and Synge.


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Polygonatum roseum

Polygonatum roseum£4.00

Slow and low growing this species has narrow leaves on short stems to 15cm topped with clusters of narrow sugar-pink bells in spring. Good woodsy soil in shade.


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Polygonatum sewerzowii

Polygonatum sewerzowii£6.00

A rare species with tall upright stems with long narrow leaves and pink flushed bell-like flowers in May. 1m. Good, woodland type soil in shade.


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Polygonatum stewartianum

Polygonatum stewartianum£5.00

A rare woodlander with whorls of green foliage on stems to 45cm. Creamy flowers are followed by red fruits. Good soil in shade.


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Polygonatum x hybridum 'Purple Katie'

Polygonatum x hybridum 'Purple Katie'£7.50

An elegant form which emerges with purple shoots that slowly turn green as the white and green flowers appear below the arch of the stems in late spring. 75cm. Good soil in light or part shade.


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Potentilla recta var. sulphurea

Potentilla recta var. sulphurea£4.50

A pretty, self-seeding cottage garden perennial with delicate looking deeply divided leaves and heads of palest yellow flowers all summer. 40cm. Average soil in sun.


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Primula veris ssp. macrocalyx

Primula veris ssp. macrocalyx£4.00

Bright cheerful cowslips for early spring flowers that carry on for several weeks. This subspecies beeing larger and more robust than the normal one. 40cm.


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Prosartes lanuginosa

Prosartes lanuginosa£5.00

(syn. Disporum lanuginosum) Soft green clumps with greenish white, open, starry flowers in spring to 30cm. Good, leafy soil in shade.


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Ranunculus lanuginosus

Ranunculus lanuginosus£4.00

Hairy leaves divided into three come complete with creosote-like brown splodges in the axils, fading as the leaves age. Branched stems of rich golden yellow flowers. Tame! 30cm.


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Reineckea carnea

Reineckea carnea£4.50

Low patches of strap-like leaves (more or less evergreen) and short spikes of flesh pink flowers in spring. Ordinary soil in shade. 15cm.


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Rohdea japonica 'Gunjaku'

Rohdea japonica 'Gunjaku'£6.50

Clumps of evergreen foliage, each leaf with multiple narrow creamy stripes, mostly towards the edges. Rarely (if ever) flowers here. Slow. Shade, even dry. 15cm.


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Rosa 'Seagull'

Rosa 'Seagull'£8.50

AGM A vigorous rambler with clouds of strongly scented white flowers with golden stamens in late spring and early summer. Needs a large support, for sun or shade, best in good soil. 6m. Cutting raised.


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