Very pretty cream margined selection of Box. Grow it as a free standing shrub and don't clip it for the best effect - this also seems to reduce problems increasingly seen with box. 1.2m in 10 years if you're lucky.
Brilliant light orange flowers with red tints, fade to a soft yellow over lovely greyish foliage. Neat clumps and one of the best in our opinion! Drained soil in full sun, divide and replant every 3 years. 75cm.
(Geranium psilostemon x G. sanguineum 'Minutum') Alan Bremner's improbable hybrid is rarely seen but makes a compact clump for the front of the border, rockery or scree. Bright green divided leaves and glowing purple-pink flowers in summer. 20cm.
An upland type selected in North Carolina in 2006 as a restoration and forage plant. We are trying it as a larger mostly green leaved form with big heads of airy flowers in autumn. Potentially 2m+ tall. Good soil in sun, clumps.
No, it's not from Peru! Mediterranean actually. Broad leafy clumps and large, rounded heads of intense blue starry flowers in spring. Drained soil in full sun for the best flowers. 30cm. Nearly evergreen.
The unusual white flowered form of this Mediterranean bulb (not from Peru!). Clumps of broad light green leaves and large heads of white, star shaped flowers to 30cm. Drained soil in full sun for the best flowers.
Chocolate brown tinted new leaves turn to green with the double yellow flowers nestled in a ruff of green bracts in early to mid spring. Good woodland soil in light shade, under deciduous trees is ideal. 15cm.
We're totally confused by the identity of this beautiful squill from Kurdistan. These plants produce long leaves in early winter and spires of rich sky blue flowers in spring. This species should grow it's leaves in the spring! Good soil in shade.
Rosettes of broadly lanceolate grey leaves send up stocky stems topped with spikes of creamy white flowers with long pale green calyces and flared ends. Distinct pink filaments. Drained soil in sun, 50cm.