Quick View Verbena rigida £4.50
AGM Low growing clumps of deep green leaves produce masses of short spikes of cheerful purple flowers throughout summer and into autumn. Drained soil in a sheltered sunny position. 30cm.
More details... Quick View Verbena stricta £4.00
An attractive North American prairie species making upright plants with hairy leaves and spires of light purple flowers in summer to 60cm. Can be short lived but is very hardy.
More details... Quick View Verbesina alternifolia 'Goldstrahl' £4.50
A rarely seen member of the daisy family this has coarse green foliage clothing strong stems topped with branching heads of largish yellow flowers in late summer. Decent soil in sun. 1.4m.
More details... Quick View Veronica 'Ellen Mae' £4.00
A delightful low growing form with masses of spires of cheerful pink flowers from late spring well through summer. Average soil in sun or part shade. 30cm.
More details... Quick View Veronicastrum latifolium BWJ8158 £4.50
Very different to other the common Veronicastrum virginicum, this species is semi-evergreen and trails! The foliage is bronzed and the stems produce branched spikes of lavender blue flowers in summer. 15cm tall, 1m spread.
More details... Quick View Veronicastrum virginicum 'Diane' £5.00
A more recent introduction with clean white flowers and soft green foliage - looks whiter than album. Good upright stems with summer flowers for good soil in sun. 1.5m.
More details... Quick View Veronicastrum virginicum 'Lavendelturm' £5.50
A beautiful form with tall elegant but strong stems topped with narrow spikes of lavender flowers from midsummer. The seedheads are also attractive and should be left standing throughout winter. 1.5m. Good soil in sun.
More details... Quick View Veronicastrum virginicum 'Temptation' £5.50
Slender spires of light purple flowers in late summer followed by rich brown seedheads all winter. Upright and strong stemmed to 1.5m. Decent soil in sun.
More details... Quick View Veronicastrum virginicum f. roseum £5.00
Pretty lilac pink buds open to almost white flowers in upright, narrow spikes in summer. The rich green leaves usually flushed red on the new growth. Good soil in sun. 1.5m.
More details... Quick View Vinca difformis 'Ruby Baker' £4.00
This form of this little known species has white flowers with a rich plum-pink colour to most of the petals. More or less clump forming, evergreen and ideal for dry shade!
More details... Quick View Vinca difformis Greystone Form £4.00
Clump forming with large dark green leaves and large white windmill like flowers from midwinter into spring. Shade, 40cm. Trim the runners off before they root in!
More details... Quick View Vinca minor 'Illumination' £4.00
A recent introduction with striking yellow variegated foliage and royal blue flowers from January onwards. Low groundcover or good in a container. 20cm.
More details... Quick View Vinca minor 'Mrs Betty James' £4.00
A new double blue flowered cultivar named by Bob Brown in 2017. Have yet to figure out how it differs from 'Azurea Flore Pleno'! Evergreen groundcover to 15cm tall. Average soil in shade.
More details... Quick View Vinca minor 'Ralph Shugart' £4.00
A recent introduction with silver variegated foliage and brilliant blue flowers in late winter and spring. Well behaved! Low growing to about 15cm. Average soil in shade or part shade.
More details... Quick View Vinca minor 'Schweden' £3.00
New to us, this small form has rounded flowers of a lavender blue. Low evergreen groundcover to 10cm. Average soil in shade or part shade.
More details... Quick View Vinca minor f. alba Beth Chatto Form £4.00
An unusual form of this white flowered evergreen groundcover with the new growth mostly yellow "fading" to the normal rich green as it matures. Low carpets for sun or shade, even quite dry. 15cm.
More details... Quick View Vincetoxicum hirundinaria £3.50
Vinca-like stems with smallish, ovate leaves topped with spikes of scented creamy flowers to 50cm in summer.
More details... Quick View Viola biflora £3.50
Neat little clumps of glossy green leaves and cheerful, bright yellow flowers in late winter and throughout spring into early summer. An excellent addition to a woodland border. Shade, ordinary soil, 10cm.
More details... Quick View Viola elatior £4.00
From the steppes of Europe and Asia this is the easiest of the shrubby violas. Deciduous, with pale green foliage, delicate blue flowers are produced in early summer. 50cm. Sun.
More details... Quick View Westringia 'Wynyabbie Gem' £8.50
Compact evergreen shrub with a more open habit than typical of the family. Lots of whiteis pale purple flowers in summer. Can be pruned to size but 1.2m unpruned. Warm sheltered spot, drained soil.