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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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Carex maorica

Carex maorica£4.50

A New Zealand native sedge forming clumps of relatively wide green leaves and upright stems with arching light green flowers in summer. From wet places but seems happy in most soils! 50cm here.


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Carex muskingumensis 'Silberstreif'

Carex muskingumensis 'Silberstreif'£4.50

A sparkling creamy white variegated form of the Palm Sedge for part shade and decent soil that doesn't dry out too much. Deciduous but retains presence overwinter. 50cm.


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Cautleya cathcartii 'Tenzing's Gold'

Cautleya cathcartii 'Tenzing's Gold'£7.00

B&SWJ2281 Collected in northern India this form has spikes of gleaming yellow flowers over the red flushed leaves on red-purple stems. 30cm. Good soil in part shade, mulch well.


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Cenolophium denudatum

Cenolophium denudatum£4.50

Clumps of fine cut dark green leaves and wiry stems topped with heads of white flowers in summer. Long lived and hardy.


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Centaurea dealbata 'Steenbergii'

Centaurea dealbata 'Steenbergii'£4.50

Clumps of jagged leaves with silvery grey undersides produce deep, bright, pink cornflowers from bronze buds to 75cm. Summer-Autumn. Drained soil in sun or part shade.


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Centaurea macrocephala

Centaurea macrocephala£5.50

Rounded bronze buds open into brilliant warm yellow heads in midsummer. Strong upright stems clothed with lance-shaped leaves to 1.2m. Ordinary, drained soil in sun. Hardy and reliable.


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Cephalaria alpina

Cephalaria alpina£4.50

A big creamy yellow scabious that's more compact! Strong wiry upright, branching stems from rosettes of hairy leaves bear lovely pale yellow flowers to 1.8m. Insect heaven. Average soil in sun.


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Cephalaria gigantea

Cephalaria gigantea£4.50

The giant pale yellow scabious. Tall, upright branched stems tiopped with clouds of ethereal pastel flowers in summer. Allow to self-seed. Drained soil in sun or part shade. 1.8m.


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Cephalaria sp. ex. HWJ695

Cephalaria sp. ex. HWJ695£5.50

Clumps of soft foliage send up tall elegant stems topped with creamy flowers in summer to 1.5m. From north Vietnam but seems hardy here. Scarily similar to C. alpina!


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Chlorophytum saundersiae

Chlorophytum saundersiae£4.50

A hardy-ish spider plant! Clumps of elegant, grassy leaves and masses of starry white flowers held on arching stems in summer to 40cm. Drained, good soil in shade is best.


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Chrysanthemum 'Bronze Elegance'

Chrysanthemum 'Bronze Elegance'£7.00

Like a rusty bronze version of 'Mei-Kyo' this makes clumps of upright bushy stems topped with masses of double pom-pom flowers in autumn. 60cm.


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Chrysanthemum 'Mrs Jessie Cooper No2'

Chrysanthemum 'Mrs Jessie Cooper No2'£5.50

A softer rose-madder version of 'Mrs Jessie Cooper' with a double row of outer "petals". Best in drained but good soil in full sun. 90cm.


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Chrysanthemum 'Nantyderry Sunshine'

Chrysanthemum 'Nantyderry Sunshine'£5.50

AGM An excellent small flowered pom-pom type of hardy Chrysanth in a glowing acid yellow. A lovely contrast to the warmer colours in autumn. Drained soil in sun, 90cm.


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Chrysanthemum 'Peterkin'

Chrysanthemum 'Peterkin'£7.00

Double pom-poms of a lovely warm rusty-brown in autumn! Supposed to be identical to 'Bronze Elegance' but we see branching differences so maintain seperate stock. 60cm.


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Chrysanthemum 'Purleigh White'

Chrysanthemum 'Purleigh White'£5.00

An old variety from Essex with sprays of pom-pom flowers in late autumn, often into November. The flowers are pale pink in bud, open to bright white and then fade to pink again as they go over! Sun, ordinary soil. Easy. 80cm.


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Chrysosplenium macrophyllum

Chrysosplenium macrophyllum£4.50

Rosettes of broad, reddish-brown flushed green foliage and heads of green flushed white flowers, with pinkish stamens, surrounded by bracts in late winter.


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Chrysosplenium macrophyllum Clone 2

Chrysosplenium macrophyllum Clone 2£5.00

This form has longer, narrower leaves of a slightly more rusty red-brown than the usual form.  The flowers are a bright creamy green with pink stamens and are produced from January to April.  Low groundcover for shade.  15cm.


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Cichorum intybus f. album

Cichorum intybus f. album£4.00

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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Clematis campaniflora

Clematis campaniflora£10.00

An unusual species producing pretty palest blue bells fading to white in summer and early autumn. Tough and easy, to 2.4m. Cut back hard in spring.


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Codonopsis clematidea

Codonopsis clematidea£4.50

Beautiful pale blue bells with darker veining on somewhat scrambling stems to 40cm. Greyish foliage. The inside of the flowers marked with purple rings and orange centres! Drained soil in sun.


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Codonopsis pilosula

Codonopsis pilosula£4.50

An unusual herbaceous twiner with creamy green bells in summer on stems with teardrop shaped leaves. Ordinary soil in a sunny spot. 1.8m.


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Commelina tuberosa Coelestis 'Alba'

Commelina tuberosa Coelestis 'Alba'£6.00

A striking white flowered form of this tuberous hardy perennial. A long succession of flowers from midsummer to the frosts, 50cm. Sun or light shade, shelter.


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Convallaria majalis 'Géant de Fortin'

Convallaria majalis 'Géant de Fortin'£5.00

AGM A good, larger form with generous sprays of sweetly scented white flowers in spring followed by red berries in autumn. Good soil in shade. 20cm.


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Convallaria majalis 'Vic Pawlowski's Gold'

Convallaria majalis 'Vic Pawlowski's Gold'£5.00

A selected form with more yellow stripes than 'Albostriata'. Still variable though! Scented white flowers in spring. 15cm. Good soil in shade.


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Convallaria majalis ex Tatra Mtns

Convallaria majalis ex Tatra Mtns£4.50

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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