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  1. Eccremocarpus scaber is a fast growing evergreen perennial vine. An exotic-looking climber with dark fern-like foliage

    Eccremocarpus scaber

    Chilean Glory Flower
    £1.35
    The Chilean glory flower is an exotic-looking climber with dark fern-like foliage and twining tendrils that cling to fences and trellises.This useful climbing plant will quickly cover walls, archways or pergolas. The clusters of small tubular flowers range from bright orange-scarlet and carmine rose to clear golden yellow.
  2. Echinacea is valued as a short-term stimulant to the immune system, it is also a beautiful plant!

    Echinacea angustifolia

    Western Coneflower, Narrow Leaf Coneflower Medicinal Herb
    £1.45

    Native to the central and south-eastern parts of the United States, Echinacea angustifolia is valued as a short-term stimulant to the immune system. This classic purple flower is easy to grow and continues to be a favorite in home and public gardens, a ‘tried and true’ classic sure to please any home gardener.

  3. Echinacea is valued as a short-term stimulant to the immune system, it is also a beautiful plant!

    Echinacea angustifolia, Organic

    Western Coneflower, Narrow Leaf Coneflower Medicinal Herb
    £1.95
    Echinacea is a perennial herb, the purple flower is in the form of a high cone. Valued as a short-term stimulant to the immune system. Until the late 1930s, Echinacea angustifolia was the only species used in medical practice. Organic Seed.
  4. Echinacea pallida is also known as the Pale Purple Coneflower is one of the more rare members of the Echinacea family,

    Echinacea pallida

    Pale Purple Coneflower
    £1.95

    Echinacea pallida is one of the more rare members of the Echinacea family. They have much longer, ray flowers than those of the more familiar purple coneflower, the plants bloom earlier and continue to bloom sporadically through the autumn months.

  5. Echinacea paradoxa

    Echinacea paradoxa

    Yellow Coneflower
    £1.85

    Echinacea paradoxa is a true paradox – a rare and highly unusual yellow variety of the much loved “Purple Coneflower”. With large, yellow ray flowers and the classical raised cone, the blooms are slightly fragrant and make excellent cut flowers. Echinacea paradoxa is a beautiful, elegant and easy plant to grow.

  6. For gardeners Echinacea purpurea is one of the most versatile perennials for the garden.

    Echinacea purpurea

    Purple Cone Flower

    Starting at: £1.25

    Echinacea purpurea is one of the most versatile perennials for the garden. Flowering from early July right through to September, it is sturdy and self-supporting, hardy and easy to grow, undemanding and suitable for both the formal border and the meadow look.

  7. Echinacea ‘Magnus’ is an outstanding selection of the 'Cone Flower', which has for many years been one of late summer's most garden worthy forms.

    Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus'

    Magnus' Purple Coneflower
    £1.95
    Echinacea ‘Magnus’ is an outstanding selection of the 'Cone Flower'. Distinguished by the warm bright colour of its exceptionally large flowers, and horizontal petals. It has for many years been one of late summer's most garden worthy forms.
  8.  Echinacea purpurea 'White Swan' is a particularly striking dancer in the garden ballet.

    Echinacea purpurea var. 'White Swan'

    White Cone Flower or Coneflower

    Starting at: £1.25

    Every garden needs a number of bomb-proof plants that flower over an extended period, need little attention, are attractive to bees and butterflies, are suitable for cutting and drying, and blend happily with almost anything. Echinacea 'White Swan' is a particularly striking dancer in the garden ballet.

  9. One of my favourites for the back row and I love the prickly blue balls in July.
    One of my favourites for the back row. The rounded, violet-blue flower heads on silvery, branched, leafy stems are actually much softer than they look. An unusual colour and structure, so a great conversation piece and an excellent dried flower.
  10. Showing the best qualities of its parents, Echium 'Pink Fountain' is undeniably an eye stopper.

    Echium hybrid 'Pink Fountain'

    E. wildpretii x E. pininana. Tower of Jewels
    £2.25

    Out of stock

    This tall skyscraper of a plant is surely something that we could only believe could come from a boldly imaginative architect such as Norman Foster....but no, the hybrid Echium 'Pink Fountain' was bred in Devon. The result is a gorgeous 38cm (15in) wide, tapering tower of delicate pink flowers.

  11. Echium pininana is undeniably an eye stopper, a magnificent inflorescence with dense panicles of deep blue flowers
    £1.95

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    Echium pininana is undeniably an eye stopper, a magnificent inflorescence with dense panicles of deep blue flowers borne above branches of dusty linear leaves. The rosettes of large leaves are attractive even as a non-flowering plant and the flower spire can reach over 4m when grown in mild areas.
  12. Echium 'Snow Tower' is a rare white form of Echium is produced from June to September.
    £1.95

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    Originating from Guernsey, Echium pininana alba, also known as Echium 'Snow Tower' is a rare white form of the Tree Echium. A hardy biennial that grows a large rosette of silver-grey leaves in the first year, and a tall white flower spike up to 15ft high in the second year.
  13. In summer Echium plantagineum bears the most beautiful dense spikes of exquisite, violet-blue flowers.
    In summer Echium plantagineum bears the most beautiful dense spikes of exquisite, violet-blue flowers. Compact and bushy and growing to only 30cm tall, they are rich in nectar and pollen and are ideal for attracting butterflies and bees. RHS AGM.
  14. In summer Echium 'White Bedder' bears the most beautiful dense spikes of exquisite, rosy-pink flowers.

    Echium plantagineum 'Pink Bedder' is a companion plant to the original 'Blue Bedder'. The blooms are rich in nectar and pollen, use in the border or as part of wildlife friendly planting schemes. The plant repeat blooms throughout the summer into autumn, providing nectar for bees for overwintering.

  15. In summer Echium 'White Bedder' bears the most beautiful dense spikes of exquisite, pure white flowers.

    If you don’t want plants that honeybees simply visit, but want to select plants that honeybees clearly love, choose Echium for your garden. Echium 'White Bedder' bears the most beautiful dense spikes of exquisite, pure white flowers. Make successive sowings for continuous flowering throughout the summer.

  16. Echium russicum is a remarkable species from Russia it has a unique flower colour for its genus.
    £1.75

    Out of stock

    For anyone who wants something different for the border next year, I should like to introduce Echium russicum. A remarkable hardy species that has a unique flower colour for its genus. In July to August multiple throngs of striking upright spires, bearing crimson flowers emerge from a basal rosette of hairy leaves.

  17. Echium vulgare 'Vipers Bugloss'

    Echium vulgare 'Vipers Bugloss'

    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.35

    Echium vulgare is a valuable native plant and is exotic enough to earn a place in a flower border. The plant is much loved by almost all bee species. If you don’t want plants that honeybees simply visit, but want to select plants that honeybees clearly love, choose Echium for your garden.

  18. Echium vulgare 'Vipers Bugloss', Organic

    Echium vulgare 'Vipers Bugloss', Organic

    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.90
    Viper's bugloss is one of, if not THE very best plant to attract bees to your garden. Along with Borage and Phacelia, the plant is much loved by almost all bee species, especially bumblebees. For months this plant is a stable source of nectar. Organic Seed.
  19. This fabulous range can be grown anywhere, Very easy to grow, whether you have a garden the size of a tennis court or a teacup, a formal potager or allotment,

    Starting at: £3.95

    This fabulous range of Edible Flowers and Herbs give decorative petals and leaves for use as garnishes and flavourings. Some are spicy, and some herbaceous, while others are floral and fragrant, the range is surprising. They will bring a stunning finish to the food and drinks you that you love.

  20. Eranthis hyemalis, the Winter Aconite beam a golden glow into the garden at a time when the sun rarely breaks through the clouds.
    £1.85
    Eranthis hyemalis are often the first flowers to appear, they beam a golden glow into the garden at a time when the sun rarely breaks through the clouds. Happy in the light grass that is typical under trees, a carpet of them in is a fantastic and spirit-lifting sight.
  21. Erigeron is an amazingly versatile plant, being low-growing, happy in sun or partial shade and thriving in any well-drained soil.

    Erigeron karvinskianus 'Profusion'

    Mexican Daisy, Fleabane
    £1.75
    Producing a profusion of daisy like blooms from May right through till November, the flowers open white but change to deep pink as they mature. Erigeron is easy to grow and an amazingly versatile plant, being low-growing, happy in sun or partial shade and thriving in any well-drained soil.
  22. Erigeron “Azure Fairy” is a traditional border favourite, low maintenance, reliable and long lived.

    Erigeron speciosus 'Azure Fairy'

    Mexican Daisy, Fleabane
    £1.75

    With good summer colour Erigeron “Azure Fairy” have similar flowers to the autumn blooming Michaelmas Daisies, but produce a summer-long display over a bushy clump of green foliage. They will grow at a fast rate in any reasonable well drained garden soil.

  23. Erigeron “Pink Jewel” is a traditional border favourite, low maintenance, reliable and long lived.

    Erigeron speciosus 'Pink Jewel'

    Mexican Daisy, Fleabane
    £1.55

    Erigeron “Pink Jewel” is a traditional border favourite, low maintenance, reliable and long lived. Large semi-double lilac-pink daisy flowers are produced all summer. They are most effective when planted in groupings and growing to around 60cm in height with a similar spread, they make excellent cut flowers.

  24. With large amethyst-blue flowers and metallic stems, Eryngium alpinum 'Superbum' is one of the showiest of all the Sea Hollies

    Eryngium alpinum 'Superbum'

    Alpine Sea Holly, Queen of the Alps
    £1.45

    Eryngium alpinum 'Superbum' is an elegant species for the herbaceous border, with metallic stems and large amethyst-blue flowers that mature to an intense steel blue/purple, it is one of the showiest of all the Sea Hollies. Perfect for exciting displays in the garden and for cutting.

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