Here are our latest and upcoming plants. We are propagating and potting from spring to late summer so there's always something exciting to look forward to! Some are brand new to us and there are also re-introductions of some old favorites too.
Tradescantia zebrina£6.50Wandering Jew, Silver Inch Plant
Pretty trailing plant for a shady position - an ideal windowsill plant, or unusual ground cover in a conservatory.
A deciduous hardy cultivar with stunning bi-coloured flowers from July to September. Best shown off in large pots of gritty John Innes No. 3 compost.
The evergreen rosettes of spiny leaves are an attractive feature in themselves. Spikes of greenish flowers tower above the leaves in summer. Needs well-drained soil and full sun. Drought tolerant. A great plant for pollinators.
Gladiolus papilio 'Ruby'£7.00
A cultivar of this hardy species with large beautiful flowers from June to August. Fully hardy in well-drained soil in sun, or in pots of gritty loamy compost.
Large perennial with greyish felty leaves and spikes of tubular brick red flowers on red stems from mid-late summer. Hardy in a sheltered site, in moisture retentive soil and a winter mulch.
Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Tom Thumb'£12.50
Slow growing rounded evergreen shrub with very dark, almost black leaves. Makes a nice specimen for a pot. Needs shelter from cold drying windsand well drained soil. For best colour grow in full sun but light shade is tolerated.
Francoa sonchifolia 'Pink Giant'£6.00Wedding Flower, Bridal Wreath
Evergreen perennial with tall spikes of dark-veined pale pink flowers in summer. Often used in bouquets. A good bee plant.
Heuchera 'Helen Dillon'£6.00
A strong-growing cultivar with green leaves speckled and splashed with cream. Long-stalked sprays of small, red bell-shaped flowers appear in May to July. For damp, preferably neutral soil in sun/part shade. Tolerates deep shade if soil is reliably moist.
Much bigger than the normal Chlorophytum, this has wide deep green leaves, giving a lush, jungly effect.
A twining climber for a conservatory with pinky-white honey-scented flowers, from late summer-autumn.
Tender evergreen shrub with yellow trumpets with flared red tips mainly spring to autumn. Prune to shape in spring. Seed raised.
Chlorophytum comosum£6.50Spider Plant
This vigorous plain green species of Spider Plant, makes a lovely basket plant in a shady spot.
Hydrangea anomala 'Winter Surprise'£9.50
A fabulous evergreen climber with large lacecaps of white flowers in early summer. In autumn and winter the foliage turns red. Self clinging. Ideal for walls and fences.
Aster trifoliatus ssp. ageratoides 'Asran'£6.00
Masses of small pale lavender flowers from September to November. Makes a steadily increasing clump, good with grasses, other Asters and Chrysanthemums. Good soil in sun to part shade. Mildew free.
A giant Dahlia, growing to 6 to 8 feet tall, producing huge nodding white flushed pink flowers late in the year. Needs a very warm sheltered spot, or to be grown in a frost free polytunnel. Seed rasied so may be variable
Leptospermum scoparium 'Coral Candy'£6.50
A very pretty cultivar with grey green foliage and masses of double pink flowers in spring. For well-drained soil in a sunny spot, hardy in all but coldest gardens in the British Isles.
Leptospermum scoparium 'Electric Red'£6.50
This cultivar has deep green foliage with a purple tinge, which intensifies in the winter. During the spring, and again in aurumn, it has masses of single deep red flowers. For well-drained soil in sunny sheltered spot.
Syn. Lonicera infundibulum var. rockii. A medium size deciduous shrub, bearing small tubular pink flushed white flowers which hang from the bare branches in early spring.
Polygala x dalmaisiana£6.50
A long-flowering small evergreen shrub for warm gardens in a sunny spot with masses of purple flowers from early summer to autumn, hardy when mature, but can be grown in a pot in cold areas and protected in the winter.
Tradescantia plain green£6.50
Reverted from 'Quicksilver', a vigourous trailing plant with large glossy plain green leaves.
(Syn. Rochea coccinea.) South African succulent with attractively arranged angular leaves & vivid red flowers in summer. For a sunny conservatpry or windowsill.
Pandorea pandorana ex 'Golden Rain'£6.50
From seed ex. 'Golden Rain' (pictured) An evergreen climber from Eastern Australia with masses of tubular white to pink, or yellow (as in Golden Rain) lightly scented flowers in spring.
A trailing house plant, ideal for a basket or pot, with grey hairy leaves, and small pink flowers.
A very ornamental grass, forming upright clumps of fresh green leaves from which appear distinctive arching flowerheads, white flushed pink aging to buff in autumn. Well-drained soil in sun.
An atractive grass forming dense clumps of fine leaves topped with an airy billowing mass of pinky buf flowers in summer and autumn.
A tall Japanese species, with tall stiff stems carrying masses of small, downward facing purple-pink flowers with yellow anthers in midsummer. Sun to part-shade with a cool moist root run.
Sinningia tubiflora£6.50Hardy Gloxinia
A tuberous plant from South America producing sweetly scented flowers in summer. Best grown in a container, leaving the tubers to become congested seems to improve flowering, as does a cool, frost-free winter rest. Can be grown o
Myrtus communis 'Variegata'£6.50Variegated Common Myrtle
Rounded, variegated, evergreen shrub with fragrant leaves. From July to August, scented, fluffy white flowers appear and are followed by black berries in autumn.
A small species not often offered for sale, this produces small but attractive flowers, the colour of which is difficult to describe - depending on the light, they can appear a subtle grey, blue, pink or cream.
Leonotis leonurus v albiflora£6.50White Wild Dagga, White Lion's Ear
The rare form of the Wild Dagga with white tubular furry flowers held in whorls up the stem in late summer. Makes a nice specimen for a summer patio or large conservatory.
Vigorous clump forming perennial with mint scented foliage which can be used to make a herbal tea. Dramatic whorls of purple-pink flowers over purple bracts in late summer. The flowers are adored by Bees.
Stipa (Nassella) tenuissima£5.00Mexico Feather Grass, Pony Tail
An upright clump forming grass with very fine narrow foliage, enhanced by soft feather flower panicles in summer.
Fuchsia 'Mrs Popple'£7.00
This deservedly popular hardy Fuchsia makes a compact, upright shrub with single flowers with pinky red petals surrounding a dusky purple corolla. Makes and excellent hedge. Any well drained soil in sun to part shade.
A sport from a rose scented variety, with attractively variegated green and gold leaves, and small pale pink flowers. A quick grower, despite its variegation, lovely in a container by itself.
Solanum laciniatum£6.50Poroporo, Kangaroo Apple
Large, tender evergreen shrub with mauve flowers to 5cm (2in) across throughout summer, sometimes followed by orange fruit. Prune back in spring and feed during summer.
Helianthus 'Happy Days'£6.00Perennial Sunflower
A shorter cultivar suitable for the middle of a border and of such a height that you can look down on the fully double yellow flowers.
Abutilon 'Hinton Seedling'£6.50Flowering Maple
A lovely cultivar, flowers with bright yellow petals which burst from an orange calyx. Like other Abutilons this is OK in mild gardens agains a warm wall.
Hydrangea macrophylla 'All Summer Beauty'£9.50
A compact variety which is ideal for growing in pots and has the added bonus of flowering on new as well as the previous years growth. Pink flowers June-August on most soils but blue on acid soil.
Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'£6.50Lavender
Compact cultivar with aromatic, silvery-grey leaves and spikes of purple-blue flowers in summer. Ideal for a hot sunny spot. Grows to about 45cm
Leptospermum scoparium 'Martinii'£6.50New Zealand Tea Tree
Evergreen shrub from New Zealand with aromatic leaves and masses of saucer shaped pink flowers in early-mid summer. Needs a sheltered garden
Lythrum virgatum 'Dropmore Purple'£6.00
This moisture-loving perennial forms spreading clumps of upright spikes of red-purple flowers from mid to late summer. Prefers moist to boggy soil in full sun,
Rosa banksiae var banksiae£9.00White Banksia Rose
A beautiful rambling rose for a sheltered sunny wall. Masses of small, double, lightly scented white flowers appear in April and May, followed by attractive hips. Virtually thornfree and semi-evergreen in warm gardens.
Flowering from summer to autumn, this makes an large sub-shrub with long spikes with whorls of pale lavender turning to white flowers. Needs a warm spot, protected from hard frost.
Salvia jamensis 'Nachtvlinder'£6.50
As shrubby perennial with masses of deep plum-purple flowers over aromatic foliage from June-August. Grow in well drained soil in full sun. Bees love Salvias. Fairly hardy but may need some winter protection
Solanum laxum 'Coldham'£6.50Potato Vine
A vigourous climber for a sunny wall or pergola, with masses of pale grey-blue to white flowers from mid- to late summer. Slightly fragrant.
A tender climber with beautiful large, funnel-shaped white flowers which are very sweetly scented at night. Can be grown up an obelisk in a large pot either as a summer patio or conservatory specimen. Keep above 10C.
Agapetes 'Ludgvan Cross'£7.00
An evergreen shrub with masses of small lantern-shaped pink flowers with intricate red markings. Good for frost free gardens in the UK.
From Chile & Argentina where it is becoming rare in the wild due to habitat loss. An evergreen tree or large shrub with leathery leaves, scented when crushed, & typical fluffy white Myrtle flowers followed by black berries. Sheltered sunny site.
A tender bulbous plant with very scented, yellow trumpet flowers from June to July. Hardy in mild gardens, in cold areas grow in pots.
Dodonaea viscosa 'Purpurea'£7.00
Evergreen shrub from New Zealand with very attractive red-purple foliage. For fertile, well drained soil in sun to part shade. Drought and pollution tolerant. Small flowers may be folowed by papery seed pods. Good for coastal and frost free gardens.
Echium 'Snow Tower'£6.00
An amazing plant for a warm sunny border. In its second year a very tall flower spike appears, up to 4 m high, covered in white flowers, and bees. Dies after flowering but produces plenty of seed.
Watsonia borbonica 'Peach Glow'£7.00
A South African cormous plant, loving well-drained soil in full sun. Tall flower spikes to 1.5 m. carry peachy-orange flowers in late summer - makes an impressive display. In cold gardens can be grown in a heavy pot & well-drained gritty John Innes mix.
Abutilon 'Fool's Gold'£6.50Flowering Maple
From Plant Delights in North Carolina, this makes a great long-flowering shrub for a warm wall. Rich gold bell-shaped flowers have distinctive recurved petals. Tolerates moderate frosts.
Cantua buxifolia 'Alba'£6.50Sacred Flower of the Incas
Tender shrub from South America with beautiful pendent, white and yellow flowers in summer.
Ivy mixed variegated (Hedera helix)£3.50
Ivies are great for providing evergreen interest and can be used in pots, as ground cover in shade or covering walls or fences. Very adaptable tolerating dry shade very well.
Kalanchoe hildebrandtii£6.50Silver Teaspoons
A shrubby upright succulent from Madagascar, its main attraction are its spoon-shaped leaves which are covered with white felt.
Myrtus communis£6.50Common Myrtle
Evergreen shrub grown for its aromatic foliage and small scented white flowers from mid to late summer, followed by dark purple berries.
Pelargonium 'Mr Wren'£6.50
An old, tall variety growing to around 1 metre. The single flowers are a distinctive shade of slightly orange red, each petal having a white edge.
Rhoicissus digitata£6.50Baboon Grape
Rarely offered in the UK, this is a frost-tender vigourous South African climbing or trailing plant.
Ribes speciosum£6.50Fuchsia-flowered gooseberry
An early flowering shrub with pendant Fuchsia-like flowers in mid to late spring. Hardy but appreciates a little bit of shelter, ideal for a walled border.
Synadenium grantii 'Rubrum'£6.50African Milk Bush
The upright stems bear oval leaves, in this cultivar they are streaked and mottled with red and green markings. IRRITANT SAP.
Ideal for training against a warm sunny wall in good moisture retentive soil, this long flowering cultivar sports bright orange flowers of a medium size which dangle from the arching stems.
Anisodontea capensis 'El Rayo' ('El Royo')£6.50
An evergreen shrub which loves a warm sunny spot, although it is proving hardy in most gardens. Growing to 6 feet or more it produces pink mallow-like flowers from spring to autumn into the winter. Prune in spring. A great bee plant.
Drimiopsis maculata£6.50Little White Soldiers, African False Hosta
A curious little bulbous plant with fleshy, spotted, hosta-like leaves and spikles of small white flowers in April to May.
Tender shrubby perennial with shiny green leaves and clusters of large, long-stalked bright yellow daisies summer to autumn.
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.
Haemanthus albiflos£6.50Royal Paint Brush, April Fool
An evergreen bulb from South Africa. Flowers in late autumn consist of numerous small flowers with long white filaments topped with orange anthers.
Ruellia tweediana 'Pink Flowered'£6.50
Related to the Acanthus, rather then the Petunia, the ‘Mexican Petunia’ is a vigorous spreading (suckering) perennial with large pink flowers over a long period.
Salvia 'Royal Bumble'£6.50
A beautiful cultivar with vivid glowing red flowers, much loved by bees, over a long period in summer. For well-drained soil in sun.
Tradescantia pallida£6.50Purple-heart spiderwort
The green leaved form of T. pallida 'Purpurea', not often offered for sale and a nice contrast.
An upright catmint of medium habit. Similar to but less vigorous than Six Hills Giant. Ideal for edging a border where the aromatic foliage can be enjoyed. Perfect for a Mediterranean style garden with or as an alternative to Lavender. Grows to about 60cm
Salvia 'African Sky'£6.50
Hardy shrubby Salvia with masses of sky blue flowers in summer, from July until first frost. For a sunny well-drained border. Prune lightly in the spring, and take cuttings to replace old plants.
Achillea 'Cloth of Gold'£6.00Yarrow
Tall cultivar with slightly rounded heads of bright yellow flowers from June-Sept. For well drained soil in full sun. Drought tolerant, excellent cut flower and attracts butterflies.
Echium 'Pink Fountain'£6.00
A wildpretii (red flowers) & pininana (blue-flowers) hybrid. Massive tall spikes of pink flowers in 2nd year then will die, so collect seed. Tender - protect from hard frost. Good drainage and full sun.
Mixed Oriental Leaves - seeds£1.55
200 seeds approx
Tasty salad leaf mixture containingThis mixture contains Mibuna, Mustard Red Giant , Pak choi shanghai, Komatsuma Tender green , Mizuna , Chinese Cabbage Wonk Bok. A great addition to salads and sandwiches. Grow and harvest all year round.
Mixed Spicy Leaf - seeds£1.55
200 seeds approx
Tasty salad leaf mixture containingThis mixture contains Mizuna, Mustard Red Giant, Rocket and Mustard Southern Giant. A great addition to salads and sandwiches. Grow and harvest all year round.
Coriander Leisure Leafy - Seeds£1.50
Annual herb used for it's leaves or seed. This variety has larger leaves than the normal type. Quick growing. Use in curries, salads, soups & Thai dishes.
Pak Choi Joi Choi F1 - Seeds£1.60125 seeds approx
Oriental member of the cabbage family, often used in stir-fry dishes. Lovely fresh crunchy stems are great in stir fries and leaves can be picked on their own for baby leaf salad. Very versatile
Pak Choi Red Choi F1 - Seeds£1.60150 seeds approx
Oriental member of the cabbage family, often used in stir-fry dishes. This red leaved version adds a splash of colour. Lovely fresh crunchy stems are great in stir fries and leaves can be picked on their own for baby leaf salad. Very versatile
Radish Mixed - Seeds£1.30100 seeds approx
A mixture of round radish varieties each with their own distinct flavour. Radishes are so easy to grow and quick to mature. Sowing successional crops will keep you going all summer
Spinach Trombone F1 - Seeds£1.35
200 seeds approx
A good bolt resistant variety with smooth dark green leaves. Can be sown most months of the year for a long cropping season
Agastache rugosa 'Liquorice Blue'£5.00Giant Hyssop, Korean Mint
A long flowering perennial with vert aromatic liquorice-scented foliage and upright spikes of violet-blue flowers from June-September. An absolute magnet for pollinators
Aster amellus 'Veilchenkönigin'£5.00Michaelmas daisy
An Aster with good mildew resistance, making a compact plant so ideal for planting towards the front of the border.
Aster lateriflorus horizontalis£5.00Horizontal Calico Aster
A late flowering, bushy perennial with masses of tiny pink-centred white flowers held on horizontal branches. Flowers August-October. For a well drained sunny spot. Attracts pollinators
Aster novi belgii 'Lady In Blue'£5.00Michaelmas 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.
Calamintha nepeta 'White Cloud'£5.00Lesser Calamint
An aromatic perennial making soft mounds of scented, grey leaves & masses of small white flowers throughout summer. A great filler for a sunny border and highly attractive to Bees.
Cirsium rivulare 'Atropurpureum'£5.00
Clump-forming perennial with erect stems carrying deep red/maroon thistle-like flowers to 3cm across, from early to mid-summer. Makes a bold statement in the border.
Long flowering perennial with double, deep yellow daisies from early-late summer. Compact habit growing to around 60cm. For well drained soil in full sun. Drought tolerant and loved by bees and butterflies
Tall perennial growing to 6ft with silvery leaves and large, thistle-like pink flowers from June-August. Good for dried flower arrangements. Needs deep, well drained soil in full sun. Attracts bees.
Hydrangea arborescens 'Visitation'£6.50
In comparison to the similar 'Annabelle' this is a sturdier rounded shrub with smaller white flower heads which are less likely to flop in rain. Good soil in sun to part shade.
Knautia macedonica Melton Pastels£5.00Macedonian scabious
Mauve, pink or sometimes red pin-cushion, scabious-like flowers from June-Sept. For well drained, preferably neutral- alkaline soil in full sun/ part shade. Attracts bees and butterflies. Drought tolerant.
Kniphofia 'John Benary'£5.00Red Hot Poker
Tall variety with vibrant, orange-red flowers in late summer. Perfect for adding height and structure to a mixed border. Kniphofias like sun and fertile, well drained soil. Can grow to 5-6ft tall but may be shorter in some soils