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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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Campanula poscharskyana variegated

Campanula poscharskyana variegated£4.50

Pretty variegated form with the new growth cream and pink developing into light green with cream speckles as it matures. Low mound or carpet former for the front of the border or a large rockery plant. 20cm.


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Campanula trachelium f. alba

Campanula trachelium f. alba£4.00

Clumps of bold, triangular, leaves with wavy margins and strong upright stems bearing spires of white bells in early summer. Best in decent soil in part or light shade but very tolerant! 90cm.


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Cardamine bulbifera

Cardamine bulbifera£4.00

A neat, upright growing species with airy foliage on dark purplish stems topped with mauve pink flowers in spring to 45cm. Ordinary soil in shade.


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Cardamine californica

Cardamine californica£4.00

One of the less common American species this makes a carpet of deeply divided purple flushed foliage and spikes of white flowers in spring. Good soil in shade. 20cm.


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Cardamine glanduligera

Cardamine glanduligera£4.00

Stunning, rich purple flowers in small clusters on stems to 15cm. Glossy leaves, divided into three are sparingly produced. Slowly forms a loose patch in good, drained soil in shade.


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Cardamine heptaphylla

Cardamine heptaphylla£4.00

Similar to the common C. pentaphylla but with 7 leaflets! Low growing spring flowering woodlander with showy white flowers to 25cm. Slowly spreading clumps for good soil in part shade or shade.


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Cardamine heptaphylla Guincho Form

Cardamine heptaphylla Guincho Form£4.50

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.


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Cardamine macrophylla 'Bright and Bronzy'

Cardamine macrophylla 'Bright and Bronzy'£4.50

BSWJ2165a Deep bronze-purple leaves emerge in early spring turning greenish by the time the lilac-purple flowers open in mid spring. 45cm. Good soil in shade, not too dry.


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Cardamine yezoensis B&SWJ4659

Cardamine yezoensis B&SWJ4659£5.00

Spreading patches of pinnate pale green leaves and upright stems with open heads of white flowers in spring. Good soil in at least part shade. 45cm.


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Carex elata 'Aurea'

Carex elata 'Aurea'£5.00

Clumps of brilliant butter yellow new foliage in spring with black flowers on this selection of the native sedge. Best in damp to wet soil in part sun. 60cm.


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Carex flagellifera green form

Carex flagellifera green form£4.00

A lovely rich green form of this robust New Zealand sedge. Dense clumps of arching foliage make attractive additions to the front of borders or gravel gardens. 40cm tall x up to 1m across. Good soil in sun.


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Carex texensis

Carex texensis£4.00

Bright green mat forming sedge. Produces masses of equally bright green, dainty, flowers on delicate stems to 25cm in spring. A good edger for shady borders. Average soil.


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Chrysanthemum 'Mei-kyo'

Chrysanthemum 'Mei-kyo'£4.50

An old, reliable variety with masses of double pink pom-poms in late autumn. Strong stems and not too tall. Average soil in sun. 70cm.


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Cichorum intybus 'Roseum'

Cichorum intybus 'Roseum'£3.50

The delightful sparkling rose-pink form of Chicory with multiple spires of flowers to 1m in spring and summer. Drained soil in full sun. Can be cut back for another flush of flowers.


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Cichorum intybus f. album

Cichorum intybus f. album£3.50

Strong growing spires of crystalline white flowers from spring throughout summer. Drained soil in full sun. Can be cut back for another flush of flowers.


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Codonopsis lanceolata

Codonopsis lanceolata£4.00

Amazing large (thumble-size) creamy bells with rich maroon markings inside on a twining herbaceous perennial to 2.4m-3m. Easy and hardy - a good plant to confuse your friends!


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Convallaria keiskei

Convallaria keiskei£4.00

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.


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Convallaria majalis 'Bordeaux'

Convallaria majalis 'Bordeaux'£4.00

A larger, more vigorous form - perfect if you're in a hurry! Green leaves and scented white flowers to 25cm. Average to good soil in shade.


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Convallaria majalis 'Dorien'

Convallaria majalis 'Dorien'£4.00

A particularly large form of Lily-of-the-Valley - ideal for cut flowers. These larger, florists types usually establish quicker in the garden.  Good soil in shade. 40cm.


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Convallaria majalis ex Tatra Mtns

Convallaria majalis ex Tatra Mtns£4.00

Wild collected form with light fawn-pink flowers and somewhat narrower leaves than commonly cultivated types. 20cm. Good soil in shade.


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Convallaria majalis var. rosea

Convallaria majalis var. rosea£4.00

The pretty pink flowered form of Lily-of-the-Valley. arching stems of pale pink bell shaped flowers in spring. Slowly spreading for reasonable soil in shade.


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Cornus sericea 'Flaviramea'

Cornus sericea 'Flaviramea'£7.50

Glowing greenish yellow winter stems are the main reason for growing this dogwood. Small clusters of white summer flowers followed by white berries. 2.4m if you don't cut back to a stump every year..


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Cortaderia selloana 'Patagonia'

Cortaderia selloana 'Patagonia'£8.50

A recent introduction from Kurt Bluemel. Dwarf growth to only 1.4m. Steely grey foliage and warm buff flowers from July (rather than October as with other cultivars). Full sun, evergreen.


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Corydalis 'Craigton Blue'

Corydalis 'Craigton Blue'£4.00

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.


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Corydalis 'Spinners'

Corydalis 'Spinners'£4.00

(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.


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