Quick View Cardamine yezoensis B&SWJ4659 £4.00
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.
More details... Quick View Carex flagellifera green form £3.50
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.
More details... Quick View Carex nigra 'On-Line' £3.50
A variable creamy yellow variegation lifts the grey-green foliage on this form of the native Black Sedge. Creeping tufts to 30cm high, but it never seems to make too much of itself. Good to moist sioil in sun or light shade.
More details... Quick View Carex texensis £3.50
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.
More details... Quick View Ceratostigma plumbaginoides £4.50
AGM A low growing shrubby plant making a patch in time, studded with brilliant blue flowers from midsummer into autumn. Excellent for autumn foliage colour. 30cm. Drained soil in sun.
More details... Quick View Chasmanthium latifolium £4.50
An upright, clump forming grass with relatively short, broad leaves and arching spikes of flattened flowers in late summer/autumn. Good autumn colour from flowers and foliage which continues through winter. 1m. Good soil in sun or light shade.
More details... Quick View Chrysanthemum 'Mei-kyo' £4.00
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.
More details... Quick View 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.
More details... Quick View 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.
More details... Quick View 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.
More details... Quick View Convallaria majalis 'Albostriata' £4.00
A slow growing creamy yellow striped version of Lily of the Valley. Spikes of scented cream flowers when it's settled. 15cm. Good soil in shade.
More details... Quick View Convallaria majalis 'Berlin Giant' £4.00
One of the particularly large forms of Lily of the Valley, ideally suited for picking for the house once established. Average to good soil in shade. 25cm.
More details... Quick View 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.
More details... Quick View 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..
More details... Quick View 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.
More details... Quick View 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.
More details... Quick View Corydalis 'Tory MP' £4.00
Another C. elata x C. flexuosa hybrid, this one no doubt claiming to be true blue! Fresh green foliage and heads of bright blue flowers in spring. 50cm. Good soil in shade.
More details... Quick View Corydalis elata 'Blue Summit' £4.00
Tidy clumps of bright green foliage and heads of scented electric blue flowers to 35cm. Much easier to grow than the usual form of C. elata. Good, leafy, moist soil in shade to do well.
More details... Quick View Corydalis flexuosa 'Hale Cat' £3.50
A compact form with light green foliage and heads of electric blue flowers to 30cm in early spring, and later if it doesn't dry out. Shade, reasonable soil.
More details... Quick View Corydalis flexuosa 'Purple Leaf' £3.50
One of the 3 forms introduced by Compton, D'arcy and Rix in the early 1990s this electric blue flowered form has red-purple stained foliage and dusky purplish buds before the flowers emerge. Spring flowering, summer dormant woodlander which re-grows in autumn. Hardy. 30cm.
More details... Quick View Corydalis flexuosa Norman's Seedling £3.50
Bright blue flowers with a smoky flush for weeks in spring. Not quite so vigorous as 'Pere David' but a more subtle colour. 30cm.
More details... Quick View Corydalis omeiensis £4.00
One of the best blue flowered species from China with an upright habit and dense heads of strong electric blue in late spring with a delicious scent. 60cm. Good soil in shade.
More details... Quick View Crocosmia 'Lana de Savary' £4.00
A floriferous brilliant red cultivar making a good clump of arching stems to 80cm. Good but drained soil in full sun will provide the best results.
More details... Quick View Crocosmia 'Malahide'/'Comet' £4.00
Big flowers of a glowing orange with reddish streaks in each petal. Naming confused but originating in Ireland in the 1970's.
More details... Quick View Crocosmia masoniorum 'Rowallane Yellow' £4.00
AGM A good clear, rich yellow form with arching spikes of upward facing flowers in mid to late summer. Drained, but good soil in full sun for the best flower. 90cm. From Rowallane in N. Ireland.