Quick View Dianthus carthusianorum £4.00
Clumps of blue-grey foliage send up tall, arching, wiry stems topped with clusters of magenta flowers in early summer. Excellent for mixing with ornamental grasses. Ordinary soil in sun. 80cm.
More details... Quick View Dianthus superbus £4.50
A beautiful and easy herbaceous perennial species with heads of fimbriate pinkish flowers to c. 45cm. Relatively short lived so allow to self-sow. Ordinary soil in sun.
More details... Quick View Dicentra cucullaria £4.00
Neat clumps of cut greyish green foliage produce short arching stems with pretty white flowers with pale yellow bases in spring. Good, leafy, drained soil in shade. 20cm.
More details... Quick View Dierama 'Pink Rocket' £6.00
Seed grown plants from this Dierama erectum hybrid with showy, flared bright pink flowers on arching stems to 1.2m. Good but drained soil in full sun.
More details... Quick View Dierama igneum £5.00
One of the easiest species to grow here making low clumps of grassy foliage and pendant bells of a rich pinkish red in summer to 35cm. Drained, but not dry, fertile soil in sun.
More details... Quick View Dierama pendulum x pulcherrimum £5.00
Hybrid seedlings between these species which produce classic Angels Fishing Rods from near white, through shades of pink to near purple. Mostly 1.5m-1.8m tall. Drained but good soil in full sun.
More details... Quick View Disporopsis bakeri £5.50
A form with more narrow leaves giving a slightly more refined and "lighter" look in the garden. Clumps of evergreen foliage with white and green bells in early summer. 30cm. Best in good soil in shade.
More details... Quick View Disporopsis luzoniensis B&SJW3891 £5.00
Lush evergreen foliage on arching stems to 40cm. Off-white bell-like flowers hang from the stems and are followed by purple berries. Good soil in a sheltered shady spot.
More details... Quick View Disporopsis nova £5.50
New to cultivation this species has shiny, evergreen leaves, quite narrow and held on stems to 40cm. Lots of whitish flowers with green/brown speckles in late spring to early summer. Good soil in shade.
More details... Quick View Disporopsis pernyi B&SWJ1864 £5.50
This collection has narrower leaves and is shorter than normal. A plant for leafy soil in shade. Forms a dense patch in time. 20cm.
More details... Quick View Disporopsis sp from Japan £5.00
New to us this more compact species makes neat clumps to 25cm. Like an evergreen Solomon's Seal and a useful evergreen groundcover for shade.
More details... Quick View Disporum flavens £5.00
A rare species with possible the best flowers in the genus. Tall, slender stems bearing a few dark green leaves and nodding heads of rich yellow flowers in late spring to 50cm. Good soil in shade. Slow clump former.
More details... Quick View Disporum viridescens £4.00
Patches of upright stems well clothed with fresh green leaves and greenish white flowers in late spring. A fresh looking plant for shade, ordinary soil. Deciduous. 45cm.
More details... Quick View Doellingeria umbellata £4.50
Clumps of tall wand-like stems clothed with narrow leaves and topped with heads of smallish white flowers in autumn. Excellent for mixing with Panicums etc. 1.2m. Ordinary soil in sun.
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More details... Quick View Echinops spaerocephalus 'Arctic Glow' £4.50
Clumps of thistle-like foliage send up dark brownish stems topped with balls of white starry flowers to 1.2m. Summer flowering, for well drained soil in full sun.
More details... Quick View Elymus canadensis £4.00
A prairie grass from north America, this produces bristly heads of flower on upright plants to 1.5m. Ordinary soil in full sun. Good seedheads in autumn and winter.
More details... Quick View Elymus canadensis 'Icy Blue' £4.50
A selected strain with showy blue-grey stems, leaves and bristly summer flowers, a little shorter than the species to 1.2m. Ordinary soil in full sun, good in autumn and winter.
More details... Quick View Epimedium 'Akebono' £5.00
Pretty palest pink flowers in generous sprays in spring. Red-purple margins to the deciduous foliage. Neat clumps to 30cm for good soil in shade.
More details... Quick View Epimedium 'Black Sea' £5.00
Clumps of large foliage, mid green in summer and deep blackish in winter. Sprays of light yellow flowers to 45cm in spring. Good soil in shade.
More details... Quick View Epimedium 'Buckland Spider' £5.00
A cracking long-spurred E. grandiflorum x E. koreanum hybrid with rich purple pink flowers with pale, almost white spurs. Flowers up to 4cm across in spring. Deciduous. 25cm. Good woodland soil in shade.
More details... Quick View Epimedium 'Jean O'Neill' £8.00
A new hybrid from Spinners. The long spurred, spidery, flowers are an undescribable pale greenish buff-pink! Evergreen here so don't cut it back, the flowers and new foliage will appear just above the old in spring. Good leafy soil in shade. 30cm.
More details... Quick View Epimedium 'King Prawn' £8.00
An excellent hybrid from Julian Sutton with long spurred two-tone pale pink and warm pink flowers. Well patterned long evergreen leaves. 40cm. Good soil in shade.
More details... Quick View Epimedium alpinum £5.00
Semi-evergreen groundcover with sprays of small red and creamy flowers in spring. Pretty red mottled new foliage. More tolerant of dry shade than most other Epimediums. 30cm.
More details... Quick View Epimedium epsteinii £6.00
Found in Hunan, China in 1994 this lovely, rare species has short stems bearing sprays of largish (up to 3cm) flowers, this sepals white and the petals a rich purple-brown. Slowly creeping clumps to perhaps 15cm high. Good woodland soil in shade.