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Ajuga reptans 'Catlins' Giant'

Ajuga reptans 'Catlins' Giant'£5.00

Bugle

Evergreen cultivar with very large purple leaves to long and spikes of blue flowers from April to June.

Anemone hupehensis 'Praecox'

Anemone hupehensis 'Praecox'£6.00

Japanese Anemone

One of the earliest flowering of the Japanese Anemones, often flowering at the beginning of August. Single medium violet-purple flowers. Grow in moist, well drained soil in sun/ part shade. 

Aster (Symphyotrichum) n.b 'Little Pink Beauty'

Aster (Symphyotrichum) n.b 'Little Pink Beauty'£6.00

Michaelmas Daisy

A compact Michaelmas Daisy which is ideal for growing in pots. Soft mauve-pink flowers from late summer to autumn. Likes a sunny well drained spot

Aster novi belgii 'Lady In Blue'

Aster novi belgii 'Lady In Blue'£5.00

Michaelmas Daisy

A late flowering perennial with masses of light blue flowers in September and October. Low growing so good for the front of a sunny border, and will be loved by bees and butterflies.

Astrantia major 'Gill Richardson Group'

Astrantia major 'Gill Richardson Group'£6.00

Hattie's pincushion, Masterwort

Strong-growing cultivar with pin-cushions of very deep red flowers encased in deep red bracts from June to August.

Bergenia   'Eden's Magic Giant'

Bergenia 'Eden's Magic Giant'£6.00

Elephant's Ears, Pig Squeak

A striking plant sporting very large green leathery leaves with ruffled edges, growing to around two feet and taking on a purple tinge in the winter. The flowers are mid-pink and appear on stems to 3 feet tall.

Buddleja alternifolia 'Argentea'

Buddleja alternifolia 'Argentea'£9.50

Butterfly Bush

Large shrub with narrow silvery leaves on arching stems. Pendant racemes of scented mauve flowers in early summer which are loved by butterflies.

Chrysanthemum  'Goldengreenheart'

Chrysanthemum 'Goldengreenheart'£6.50

Hardy Chrysanthemum

Lovely, strong growing, hardy Chrysanthemum with semi-double buttermilk-yellow daisies with a striking green centre from October to November.

Cotoneaster  franchetii

Cotoneaster franchetii£7.50

A fast-growing semi-evergreen shrub of dense growth habit, producing arching stems covered with masses of small pinky white flowers, much loved by bees.

Cotoneaster 'Cornubia'

Cotoneaster 'Cornubia'£8.00

Semi-evergreen shrub with clusters of red berries from autumn in to winter. Great for a wildlife garden the birds love the berries. A large shrub which can be trained with a clear stem to shape like a small tree.

Cotoneaster suecicus 'Coral Beauty'

Cotoneaster suecicus 'Coral Beauty'£8.50

Prostrate, evergreen shrub with near horizontal branches up to 6 feet long. Small white flowers in summer are followed by masses of red berries in winter - good for birds. .

Epimedium perralchicum 'Fröhnleiten'

Epimedium perralchicum 'Fröhnleiten'£6.00

Barrenwort

Spreading evergreen perennial, with masses of dainty yellow flowers in spring, over colourful foliage.

Fuchsia   'Grayrigg'

Fuchsia 'Grayrigg'£6.50

A compact, free-flowering, bushy, hardy variety with pale pink flowers over a long period. Moisture retentive soil in part-shade. Would make a nice low hedge, in part shade.

Geranium  'Nimbus'

Geranium 'Nimbus'£6.00

Crane's Bill

Long flowering perennial which makes a lovely neat clump of deeply cut leaves and violet-purple flowers from early to mid summer. Great for filling gaps in a border

Geranium 'Alan Mayes'

Geranium 'Alan Mayes'£6.00

Cranesbill

Similar to G. magnificum but longer flowering. This is a great plant for filling out a border or softening the edge with its thick, downy foliage. Purple-blue flowers May-July. Fairly drought tolerant once established.

Geranium magnificum

Geranium magnificum£5.00

Crane's Bill

Large, clump-forming hybrid with soft, hairy green leaves which turn red in autumn.

Geranium sanguineum 'Glenluce'

Geranium sanguineum 'Glenluce'£5.00

Bloody Crane's Bill

Compact perennial forming a neat mound of clear pink flowers over small, deeply cut, leaves from May to June. A good filler for the front of the border.

Hemerocallis 'Little Wine Cup'

Hemerocallis 'Little Wine Cup'£6.00

Daylily

An early and repeat flowering modern cultivar with small wine red yellow-throated flowers, mainly June to July. Compact, so good for small gardens, or towards the front of a border.

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