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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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Sempervivum 'Lively Bug'

Sempervivum 'Lively Bug'£3.00

Lovely hairy rosettes of variable red and green leaves tending to be more red in winter. Well drained soil in full sun.

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Sempervivum 'Purple Queen'

Sempervivum 'Purple Queen'£3.00

Rich purple rosettes - stunning. Very well drained soil in full sun. 15cm.

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Sempervivum 'Rosie'

Sempervivum 'Rosie'£3.00

A hairy variety with the rosettes flushed reddish in winter. Well drained soil in full sun.

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Sempervivum 'Silberspitz'

Sempervivum 'Silberspitz'£3.00

Bright green rosettes with strong red winter colour persisting well through spring. Contrasting silver hairy tips. 15cm. Well drained soil in full sun.

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Sempervivum cilliosum var. borisii

Sempervivum cilliosum var. borisii£3.00

Very hairy, but not cobwebbed, rosettes of greyish green leaves. Pale yellow flowers to 15cm. Well drained, full sun.

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Sempervivum octopodes var. apetalum

Sempervivum octopodes var. apetalum£3.00

Clean apple green rosettes of leaves swirled around with reddish tips. Make slots of little babies and few very large rosettes. Pale yellow flowers to 15cm.

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Sempervivum ruthenicum

Sempervivum ruthenicum£3.00

Rosettes of downy grey send up spikes topped with soft yellow flowers in summer. Quite different to most hybrid types. Full sun and very good drainage. 15cm.

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Seseli libanotis W&B-BG-B-10

Seseli libanotis W&B-BG-B-10£4.50

A superior perennial selection of this European native which makes clumps of small pinnate green leaves and wiry stems topped with multi-headed snow white umbels in summer to 45cm. Ordinary soil in sun.

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Sesleria autumnalis

Sesleria autumnalis£4.50

A neat clump forming ornamental grass with stiff yellow-green leaves and spikes of cream flower to 40cm in late summer and autumn. Good soil in sun or part shade.

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Sida hermaphrodita

Sida hermaphrodita£4.50

Rare but easy giant mallow relative with tropical looking leaves and spires of small white flowers in summer and autumn to 2.4m. Hardy herbaceous for sun and ordinary soil.

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Silene chalcedonica

Silene chalcedonica£6.50

Maltese Cross. Brilliant, eye-searing, orange red flowers in domed heads in summer. An excellent addition to "hot" borders but keep it away from pastel pink flowers! Sun, 1m.

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Silene chalcedonica 'Salmonea'

Silene chalcedonica 'Salmonea'£6.50

Clumps of fresh green leaves send up strong, upright stems to 1.2m topped with large, domed heads of creamy salmon flowers - best seen! Hardy perennial for ordinary soil in sun or light shade.

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Silene coronaria Oculata

Silene coronaria Oculata£4.50

A wonderful cottage garden plant but with a more unusual flower - white that blushes plum-pink from the centre. Drained soil in sun. 75cm.

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Silene coronaria wild form

Silene coronaria wild form£4.50

Brilliant reddish magenta flowers on this form from Graham Gough. Silvery grey foliage and strong flower stems to 90cm. Self seeds in dry soil in full sun.

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Silene fimbriata

Silene fimbriata£5.00

Clumps of strong stems topped with masses of white Campions with frilly edges in spring. Good seed heads. Part shade, average soil. 80cm.

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Silphium asteriscus var. trifoliatum

Silphium asteriscus var. trifoliatum£5.50

syn. Silphium trifoliatum. An elegant prairie plant from north America with pretty yellow daisies on the top of stems with narrow leaves in whorls of 3. Not sure of height yet but probably at least 1.8m! Good soil in sun.

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Sisyrinchium palmifolium

Sisyrinchium palmifolium£5.00

Very different to most species with many clear yellow flowers in hefty clusters on top of branched stems to 40-50cm through summer. Quite leafy. Average soil in sun and shelter.

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Solidago rigida ssp humilis

Solidago rigida ssp humilis£4.50

Classy clumps of greyish foliage and upright stems topped with fluffy heads of clear yellow flowers in late summer to 60cm or so. Drained soil in sun.

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Solidago rugosa 'Fireworks'

Solidago rugosa 'Fireworks'£6.50

AGM A stunning and well behaved Golden Rod with purple flushed foliage, best in full sun. Open, elegant heads of long narrow branches covered in yellow flowers in late summer. 1.2m. Average to good soil.

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Solidago x luteus 'Lemore'

Solidago x luteus 'Lemore'£4.50

AGM Quite unlike the common Goldenrods, this low growing, bushy plant is topped with sprays of fluffy lemon yellow flowers in summer and autumn. Ordinary soil in sun. 60cm.

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Spiraea decumbens

Spiraea decumbens£5.00

Low clumps of bright fresh green foliage studded with heads of pure white flowers in summer on fine wiry stems. Front of border or larger rockeries, to 20-30cm. Sun.

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Sporobolus airoides

Sporobolus airoides£4.50

Dense clumps of fine, pale green foliage and silky spikes of golden flowers in late summer. Orange-red autumn foliage as well! Average soil in sun. 45cm.

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Stachys recta

Stachys recta£4.50

Low clumps of fresh foliage and slender spikes of creamy flowers with fine pink markings. Unusual front of border plant for sun or part shade. 45cm.

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Stipa extremiorientalis

Stipa extremiorientalis£4.50

Tight clumps of broad, pale green leaves and tall, arching stems bearing spikes of awned yellow-green flowers in late summer to 1.5m. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade.

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Stipa gigantea

Stipa gigantea£7.50

AGM Golden Oats. The largest early flowering grass we grow. Rich bronze oat-like flowers up to 25cm long and 2m tall. A superb specimen plant and very drought tolerant.

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