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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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Deschampsia cespitosa 'Goldstaub'

Deschampsia cespitosa 'Goldstaub'£4.50

Airy heads of golden flowers on upright stems in early summer to 60cm. Tussocks of dark green leaves are semi-evergreen. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade.


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Deschampsia cespitosa 'Schottland'

Deschampsia cespitosa 'Schottland'£4.50

Evergreen clumps of long narrow leaves produce arching stems with bronzey-buff open panicles on early summer. Seed heads are held until winter. 90cm. Good soil in shade for best effect.


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Deschampsia cespitosa 'Yunnan'

Deschampsia cespitosa 'Yunnan'£4.00

A new form making good clumps of long leaves and tall stems with arching panicles of bronzey green in early summer. Should have good autumn/winter seedheads. Average soil in part shade. 1m?


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Deschampsia cespitosa var. vivipara

Deschampsia cespitosa var. vivipara£4.50

A very green plant, young plants in place of flowers on slender arching stems to 90cm. Semi evergreen grass for sun or shade in average to good soil.


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Desmodium canadense

Desmodium canadense£5.50

Striking pink pea-like flowers on an upright plant - looks like a shrub but is herbaceous. Relatively large trifoliate leaves add to the "what's that?" impact. 1.2m.


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Dianthus amurensis

Dianthus amurensis£4.50

A delightful herbaceous Pink from the Amur river valley area. Upright stems topped with generous heads of violet flowers in summer. Drained soil in sun. Easy and very hardy. 30cm.


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Dianthus ferrugineus

Dianthus ferrugineus£4.50

Slightly bigger than the popular Dianthus cruentus, this has similar ruby red flowers in dense heads on wiry stems to 60cm. Clumps of greyish leaves. Ordinary soil in full sun.


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Dianthus sp. coll. Uzbekistan

Dianthus sp. coll. Uzbekistan£5.50

A small species with grassy grey-green foliage, often tinted purple, and clouds of brilliant purplish red flowers in summer to 25cm. Drained soil in sun.


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Dicentra 'Stuart Boothman'

Dicentra 'Stuart Boothman'£4.50

AGM. An excellent form with finely divided grey-green foliage and delicate arching stems of rich pink locket like flowers in spring. Good soil in shade, 20cm.


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Dierama igneum

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.


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Disporopsis aspersa

Disporopsis aspersa£5.50

An eager species with glossy, evergreen foliage and smallish white bells in late spring. Decent soil in shade. 40cm.


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Disporopsis bakeri

Disporopsis bakeri£5.00

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.


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Disporopsis fuscopicta

Disporopsis fuscopicta£5.50

Evergreen stems are spotted and speckled purple at the bases with greeny white flowers with brown markings in spring. 45cm. A very choice woodlander for a good leafy soil in shade.


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Disporopsis luzoniensis B&SJW3891

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.


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Disporopsis nova

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.


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Disporopsis pernyi B&SWJ1864

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.


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Disporopsis pernyi coll. China

Disporopsis pernyi coll. China£6.00

Collected by Chris Brickell in the 1970s and sold by Washfield.  Evergreen Solomon's Seal relative with white flowers marked with brown in late spring. 35cm. Good soil in shade, even quite dark.


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Disporopsis sp from Cally

Disporopsis sp from Cally£6.00

An as yet unidentified species from Cally Gardens, originally from Japan (possibly a Chinese collection!). Evergreen to 45cm, greenish white flowers. Good soil in shade.


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Disporopsis sp from Japan

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.


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Disporopsis undulata

Disporopsis undulata£5.50

A more or less evergreen relative of Solomon's Seal. Broad light green leaves on curved stems to 40cm, with ivory flowers stained green in late spring and early summer. Ordinary soil in shade, even quite dark.


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Disporum flavens

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.


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Disporum sessile 'Variegatum'

Disporum sessile 'Variegatum'£5.00

Wiry stems clothed with deep green leaves brightly striped white. White flowers tipped green hide among the foliage, producing purplish-black berries in summer.


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Disporum viridescens

Disporum viridescens£5.00

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.


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e-Gift Vouchers

e-Gift Vouchers£10.00  -  £100.00

For last minute gifts or indeed any other purpose our e-gift vouchers are ideal. Choose the value you require and email to your recipient.


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Echinacea pallida

Echinacea pallida£4.50

Elegant light pink flowers with drooping petals makes a striking addition to any well drained sunny border. Prairie plant from north America. 1m.


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