Recently Added

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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Geranium macrorrhizum AL&JS 90179 YU

Geranium macrorrhizum AL&JS 90179 YU£5.50

A lovely example of the wild species collected in 1990 in what was Yugoslavia. Evergreen patches with rich pink, light veined flowers in spring. 25cm.

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Epimedium x omeiense 'Akane' Og82001

Epimedium x omeiense 'Akane' Og82001£8.50

Striking clear red flowers with primrose yellow lips and long spurs fading to white. Spidery, showy flowers in good heads to 50cm. Good soil in shade.

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Paris incompleta

Paris incompleta£10.00

Probably the most garden friendly species of Paris with low growing heads of bracted light green flowers over whorls of narrow leaves to 25cm. Good soil in shade.

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Salvia atropatana

Salvia atropatana£5.00

A rare herbaceous species making clumps of largish leaves and branched stems of light purple-blue flowers in summer to 90cm. Drained soil in sun.

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Actaea spicata

Actaea spicata£5.00

Clumps of cut light green foliage and spikes of creamy white flowers in summer followed by black berries in autumn. Deciduous woodland plant preferring at least some shade and decent soil. 60cm.

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Primula 'Barnhaven Garnet Cowichan'

Primula 'Barnhaven Garnet Cowichan'£5.00

Stunning garden worthy polyanthus in a range of deepest reds, some near black. The Cowichan types lack the typical large yellow eye. Decent soil in some shade. 25cm.

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Primula ex Barnhaven Indian Reds

Primula ex Barnhaven Indian Reds£5.00

Seed grown polyanthus in a range of bright rich reds, rubys, crimsons etc. Some towards magenta or purple. Decent soil in some shade. 25cm.

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Paradisea lusitanica

Paradisea lusitanica£5.00

Clumps of strappy bright green leaves produce good heads of scented white flowers with distinctive yellow anthers on strong stems to 90cm in early summer. Drained soil in sun.

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Vinca difformis

Vinca difformis£6.00

Very pale blue flowers all winter and well into spring on this Mediterranean species. Excellent groundcover under shrubs or hedges, less spreading than Vinca major. 40cm.

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Viola sororia 'Rubra'

Viola sororia 'Rubra'£5.00

Jewel-like deep purplish pink flowers on this clump forming perennial violet. Fresh green heart shaped leaves show off the early spring flowers to 15cm. Good soil in shade.

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Miscanthus sinensis 'Hercules'

Miscanthus sinensis 'Hercules'£8.50

A floriferous form with reddish-purple silvery flowers from August to 1.8m. Very good shining silver seedheads over red-orange tinted yellow autumn foliage.

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Eomecon chionantha

Eomecon chionantha£6.00

A striking white flowered poppy relative for good soil in at least some shade. Attractive scalloped leaves make patches when happy. 40cm.

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Luzula sylvatica 'Tauernpass'

Luzula sylvatica 'Tauernpass'£5.00

Extra broad fresh green leaves on this form, often with twisted tips. Tassle-like golden brown flowers in spring to 45cm. Evergreen groundcover for shade.

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Ipheion 'Alice'

Ipheion 'Alice'£5.00

Clear, bright blue flowers with contrasting yellow stamens. The flowers reflexing in sun. Winter and spring flowers for a well drained sunny position. Compact to 12cm.

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Vinca minor 'Blue and Gold'

Vinca minor 'Blue and Gold'£5.00

Very rarely seen slow growing form with completely golden yellow new foliage fading to light green and single rich blue flowers in late winter and spring. 15cm.

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Galanthus elwesii var monostictus

Galanthus elwesii var monostictus£6.50

AGM A good doer with broad grey-green leaves and generous bright white flowers with a single green mark on the inner "petals". Average soil in sun or light shade. 20cm.

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Geranium peloponnesiacum

Geranium peloponnesiacum£5.00

An attractive wintergreen species from south eastern Europe. Tuberous roots and hairy leaves often marked brown, rich blue flowers in spring to 25cm. Drained soil in full sun.

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Ipheion 'Rygel'

Ipheion 'Rygel'£4.50

New to us this seems quite compact with deep purplish blue flowers. Winter and spring flowers for a well drained sunny position. 15cm.

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Silene coronaria wild form

Silene coronaria wild form£4.50

Brilliant reddish magenta flowers on this form from Graham Gough. Silvery grey foliage and strong flower stems to 90cm. Self seeds in dry soil in full sun.

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Hedera helix 'Heise'

Hedera helix 'Heise'£4.50

Crisp white margined leaves with grey and green centres on this classic mid-sized ivy. A good fresh looking variety for climbing or groundcover.

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Hedera helix 'Seabreeze'

Hedera helix 'Seabreeze'£4.50

A striking and unusual white variegated form with variable curled leaves, generally rounded or deeply divided. Compact and fairly slow growing.

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Hedera helix 'Shamrock'

Hedera helix 'Shamrock'£4.50

AGM Dark green foliage with three oddly angular divisions often held at different heights giving an unusual appearance. A good dense groundcover.

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Ajuga reptans 'Julia'

Ajuga reptans 'Julia'£4.50

Striking spires of clean pink flowers rise above lightly bronzed foliage in spring. Very floriferous and a good doer making a low evergreen carpet. 15-20cm.

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Hedera helix 'Misty'

Hedera helix 'Misty'£4.50

AIS Ivy of the Year 2005. Neat grey and green variegated leaves with a creamy white margin and veins. A pretty and compact variety ideal for containers or other small spaces.

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Pelargonium 'Blandfordianum Album'

Pelargonium 'Blandfordianum Album'£4.50

TENDER Scented. A favourite with finely cut grey foliage and pretty white flowers with pinkish red markings sporadically most of the year. 35cm.

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