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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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Chrysanthemum 'Bretforton Road'

Chrysanthemum 'Bretforton Road'£5.00

Beautiful glowing, deep pink flowers in autumn to 80cm and semi-double but with clear yellow centres. A striking but subtle plant. Drained soil in sun.


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Chrysanthemum 'Bronze Elegance'

Chrysanthemum 'Bronze Elegance'£5.00

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 'Chelsea Physic Garden'

Chrysanthemum 'Chelsea Physic Garden'£5.00

Double red flowers with a golden reverse of a good size are produced in October-December. Weather resistant! Drained soil in sun. 90cm.


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Chrysanthemum 'Dixter Orange'

Chrysanthemum 'Dixter Orange'£5.00

Amazing large double orange flowers from July until the frosts on a low growing, if rather leafy plant to 45cm. Drained soil in sun.


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Chrysanthemum 'E H Wilson'

Chrysanthemum 'E H Wilson'£5.00

Masses of scented creamy flowers, with two layers of "petals" in autumn. May be a wild collection. An elegant upright plant ideal for mixing with other plants. 80cm.


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Chrysanthemum 'Edmund Brown'

Chrysanthemum 'Edmund Brown'£5.00

Double flowers of a rich deep red in mid to late autumn on this introduction from Bob & Ed Brown. Drained soil in sun. 60cm.


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Chrysanthemum 'Mary Stoker'

Chrysanthemum 'Mary Stoker'£5.00

Delightful light apricot single flowers in autumn on this form. Drained soil in full sun. Named by Amos Perry, 1942.


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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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Chrysanthemum 'Nantyderry Sunshine'

Chrysanthemum 'Nantyderry Sunshine'£5.00

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'£5.00

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'£5.50

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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Chrysanthemum 'Ray's Red'

Chrysanthemum 'Ray's Red'£5.00

Compact domes of ludicrous orange-red pompoms in autumn. Looks like a bedding plant but is actually a good hardy border plant. Drained soil in sun, 40cm.


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Chrysanthemum 'Royal Command'

Chrysanthemum 'Royal Command'£5.50

Rich deep red flowers with slighty quilled petals in two layers on this older hardy Chrysanth. Greyish foliage on this Amos Perry variety from 1949. Tough and hardy, to 90cm.


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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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Clematis sp aff. serratifolia MCW78

Clematis sp aff. serratifolia MCW78£8.50

A vigorous climber with distinct foliage and masses of creamy yellow, scented flowers in late summer and autumn followed by pretty fluffy seedheads. Sun, 3-4m. Collected by the late Michael Wickenden.


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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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Commelina dianthifolia

Commelina dianthifolia£4.00

Brilliant blue flowers, like a Tradescantia, on grassy foliage to 30cm. A rarely seen clump forming tuberous plant for a well drained, warm, sunny position. Hardy in most of the UK.


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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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Coreopsis tripteris

Coreopsis tripteris£4.00

A tough, reliable hardy perennial with willowy stems to 1.2m or more, topped with scented golden daisies in summer. Good soil in sun. Quite different to the low growing types.


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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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