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New Plants

For those who need the new plants here are the 25 most recently added plants. Not necessarily new but just new to the website, or sometimes a plant we haven't had available for some time.

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Hedera helix 'Ivalace'

Hedera helix 'Ivalace'£3.50

Outstanding glossy crinkled leaves in a deep green on this ivy that is ideal for groundcover in shady places. Can also make a good container plant. Ordinary soil in shade or part shade.


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Polystichum setiferum 'Herrenhausen'

Polystichum setiferum 'Herrenhausen'£5.00

Finely divided, pointed fronds on this selection of the native Soft Shield Fern. Remarkably tolerant of dryish shade once established. 60cm.


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Salvia 'Trelawney'

Salvia 'Trelawney'£4.50

Bright coral reddish-pink flowers over a long season on this fairly hardy shrubby Mexican hybrid sage. Full sun and well drained soil out of cold winds. 75cm.


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Asclepias tuberosa ssp. interior

Asclepias tuberosa ssp. interior£5.00

An amazing brilliant orange flowered plant from North America where it is known as Butterfly Milkweed - a clue to it's insect friendliness! Clumps of upright stems to 50cm. Good soil in sun.


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Carex flagellifera green form

Carex flagellifera green form£3.50

A lovely rich green form of this robust New Zealand sedge. Dense clumps of arching foliage make attractive additions to the front of borders or gravel gardens. 40cm tall x up to 1m across. Good soil in sun.


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Nasella cernua

Nasella cernua£3.50

Neat clumps of fine, bright green foliage and arching stems of long awned golden green flowers in summer. Drained soil in full sun. 30cm.


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Pelargonium 'Ashby'

Pelargonium 'Ashby'£3.50

TENDER Scented. AGM Chunky foliage and enormous bright pink flowers with darker, near black, feathered markings from early spring through summer. Impressive! 40cm.


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Pelargonium 'Attar of Roses'

Pelargonium 'Attar of Roses'£3.50

TENDER AGM SCENTED One of the best known scented types with deeply divided leaves and heads of smallish pink flowers. The main reason for growing is the scent and flavour of the foliage. 40cm.


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Penstemon 'Pensham Czar'

Penstemon 'Pensham Czar'£4.50

A good doer with lush green foliage and good spikes of large purple flowers with a prominent white throat. Drained soil in full sun. Best to cut out stems as they go over but don't cut back hard till spring. 60cm.


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Penstemon 'Pensham Laura'

Penstemon 'Pensham Laura'£4.50

Bright reddish-pink flowers with a clear white throat on this tough variety. Hardy in a drained soil in full sun. Cut stems out as they go over but don't cut back hard until spring. 60cm.


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Penstemon 'Pensham Plum Jerkum'

Penstemon 'Pensham Plum Jerkum'£4.50

A bit of a daft name but this has a lovely velvety purple flowers with the white throat reduced to fine lines and spots. A finer plant than some. 50cm. Drained soil in full sun.


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Penstemon 'Stapleford Gem'

Penstemon 'Stapleford Gem'£4.50

AGM An excellent hardy form with spires of medium sized flowers in a blend of blue, purple and white. Deadhead stems as they finish and cut back hard in spring. 60cm. Drained soil in full sun.


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Rubus setchuenensis

Rubus setchuenensis£6.50

A giant, soft, bramble from Sichuan in China with thornless stems bearing big rounded lobed leaves and small pink flowers from midsummer. Probably best in shade, even quite dry, perfectly hardy here. 3m.


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Salvia confertiflora

Salvia confertiflora£6.50

HALF-HARDY. Woody based herbaceous sage with big matt green leaves and spires of orange-red furry flowers to 1.8m from midsummer to autumn. Overwinter as cuttings or grow in a big pot and keep frost-free.


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Dryopteris cycadina

Dryopteris cycadina£5.00

AGM An attractive semi-evergreen fern with light green fronds with black hairy stems. A fairly compact species to 60cm for ordinary soil in shade. Syn. Dryopteris atrata - the Black Wood Fern.


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Eryngium agavifolium

Eryngium agavifolium£4.00

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.


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Juncus pallidus

Juncus pallidus£6.50

A fantastic giant rush useful as a foliage accent in a range of places in the garden as it doesn't require particularly damp soil. Greyish green leaves to 1.8m.


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Fuchsia fulgens

Fuchsia fulgens£4.00

TENDER AGM Rarely seen now this vigorous species from Mexico has large pale green leaves and big bunches of incredibly long tubed orange-red flowers with distinct creamy-green sepals. Potentially 2m!


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Hedera pastuchovii 'Ann Ala'

Hedera pastuchovii 'Ann Ala'£4.00

AGM Collected by Roy Lancaster in the Caspian Forest in Iran and named for his guide. Lanceolate green leaves with pale veins, trailing or climbing.


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Miscanthus sinensis ex China CL1325

Miscanthus sinensis ex China CL1325£6.50

A neat growing form with medium width leaves and pretty purplish-red flowers to 1.5m. Often produces good autumn foliage colour too. China. Presumably wild collected but CL has eluded us!


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Pelargonium cordifolium

Pelargonium cordifolium£6.00

TENDER Species with upright shrubby growth and distinct grey, downy cordate leaves. Heads of large flowers are pink with darker veining. Excellent. 1m.


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Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Weserbergland'

Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Weserbergland'£4.00

An older German selection with a dwarf habit and a good display of light flowers that turn to a warm buff for autumn and winter. Clumps of rich green, arching leaves. Deciduous to 60cm, good soil in full sun is best.


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Polypodium cambricum

Polypodium cambricum£5.00

Evergreen native fern that will form slowly spreading patches of fronds to 45cm. Best in decent soil that isn't too dry in shade. New fronds appear in midsummer.


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Fuchsia glazioviana

Fuchsia glazioviana£4.50

AGM A elegant species with slender bright reddish pink flowers with purple corollas and red filaments. Smallish but broad leaves try to be evergreen. Borderline hardy - drained soil in a sheltered position, light shade. 60cm?


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Oenothera stricta

Oenothera stricta£3.50

Beautiful scented soft yellow flowers on this low growing evening primrose on-and-off all summer. The foliage is flushed reddish and the short lived perennial plants make several flower stems. 50cm, full sun, drained soil.


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