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' £4.00
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 chlorandrum £8.00
Long spurred flowers of light greenish yellow on airy stems to 60cm in spring. Striking evergreen foliage in a light green shade. Don't cut back the foliage before flowering. Recent species from China.
More details... Quick View Epimedium davidii £4.50
A compact species with box shaped flowers of bright, clear yellow and tough toothed leaves. Often good rusty-red autumn/winter foliage. 30cm. Good soil in shade.
More details... Quick View Epimedium epsteinii £5.00
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.
More details... Quick View Epimedium pauciflorum £4.50
Slowly spreading clumps of elegant leaves and sprays of white (or palest pink) flowers in early spring. Semi-evergreen for us, don't cut back before flowering. 20cm.
More details... Quick View Epimedium x omeiense 'Stormcloud' Og 82.002 £8.00
Difficult to describe as the flower colour varies considerably from sun to shade! In shade it is a dull brown-purple, in sun rich reddish fading to yellow spur tips. Big flowers to 4.5cm across on stems to 45cm. Good soil in shade.
More details... Quick View Eragrostis curvula £4.00
African Love Grass. Fine, dark green drooping leaves and graceful, arching black flowers from May to October. Evergreen for a warm sunny, well drained position. 90cm.
More details... Quick View Eragrostis curvula 'Totnes Burgundy' £4.00
Desirable form with the leaves stained deep burgundy from the tips, improving as the summer goes on. Arching stems of charcoal grey flower panicles to 75cm. Drained soil in full sun.
More details... Quick View Eragrostis elliottii £4.00
Brilliant clumps of bright grey, fine foliage and arching stems of charcoal grey flowers all summer and into autumn. For a well drained soil in full sun, an ideal ornamental grass in a big container too.
More details... Quick View Erodium manescavii £4.00
Clumps of pinnate green foliage and lots of bright pink flowers on strong stems all summer. Drained soil in sun. 25cm.
More details... Quick View Eryngium agavifolium £5.00
Amazing rosettes of bright fresh green spiny toothed leaves look a little like a bromeliad until they produce typical white-green sea holly flowers on strong upright stems to 90cm. Drained, good soil in sun.
More details... Quick View Eryngium giganteum £4.00
Miss Willmott's Ghost. Very pretty biennial with rosettes of paddle shaped leaves and strong upright stems of spiny silvery flowers in summer. Drained soil in sun. 60cm.
More details... Quick View Eucomis comosa 'Sparkling Burgundy' £5.00
AGM Near white flowers soon flush pink then near purple on dark burgundy stems over clumps of striking leaves the same colour. Full sun, drained soil. 60cm.
More details... Quick View Eucomis pallidiflora ssp. pallidiflora £8.00
A giant South African bulb better known by the old name: Eucomis pole-evansii. Broad green leaves and purple spotted stems of greenish cream flowers in summer to 1.2m or more. Drained but good soil in sun. Fairly hardy.
More details... Quick View Euonymus fortunei 'Wolong Ghost' DJHC691 £6.50
AGM Beautiful silver veined, lance shaped evergreen leaves. A trailing/climbing form that will self cling to a suitable surface. Best in at least some shade in most soils except wet. Can be pruned to size.
More details... Quick View Eurybia divaricata £4.00
An unusual Aster with its shiny green leaves, black stems and masses of small white flowers with yellow centres that rapidly turn pink - and it likes shade! Low clumps to 60cm, flowers midsummer. Any reasonable soil in shade or part shade.
More details... Quick View Eurybia macrophylla 'Albus' £4.00
Heads of relatively large white flowers over clumps of large pale green leaves. Summer to autumn flowering, to 60cm. Ordinary soil in sun or light shade.
More details... Quick View Eurybia radula 'August Sky' £4.50
Spreading patches of willowy, dark brown stems topped with sprays of rich light purple flowers with golden centres in late summer. Ordinary soil, 30cm. Excellent and useful addition to the border.
More details... Quick View Festuca mairei £4.00
Atlas Fescue. Foliage similar to Stipa gigantea but with thread-like flowers to 1m. An excellent all year round grass for average soil in sun
More details... Quick View Festuca ovina 'Sohrewäld' £4.00
A richer bluey-grey than most. Otherwise it is a typical hedgehog-like clump to about 20cm. Drained soil in sun.
More details... Quick View Fragaria vesca 'Multiplex' £4.00
Exquisite little double white flowers on this compact wild strawberry. Low groundcover for sun or light shade. Easy. 15cm.
More details... Quick View Fuchsia 'Empress of Prussia' £5.50
AGM Large scarlet and rich magenta flowers in good numbers on this vigorous bushy hardy Fuchsia. Average soil in part or light shade for best growth, can scorch in hot sun. 90cm.
More details... Quick View Fuchsia 'Grayrigg' £5.00
Delicate looking palest pink flowers, fading to white, with very light lavender blue corollas on a bright green bushy plant. Hardy once established. Potentially to 1.2m, best in drained but good soil in part shade.