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  1. Corn chamomile are lovely plants for a sunny well-drained border.

    Anthemis arvensis 'Corn Chamomile'

    Field Chamomile
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

    Starting at: £0.95

    The corn chamomiles are lovely plants for a sunny well-drained border, covered with bright, single daisy-like flowers and attractive ferny grey-green foliage throughout the main summer season. An ideal plant for naturalised plantings, wild flower meadows or just a wild part of your garden.

  2. Galium odoratum, known as Sweet Woodruff can be a valuable addition to the garden, particularly shaded gardens.

    Galium odoratum, 'Sweet Woodruff'

    Formerly known as Asperula odorata
    Native to Europe
    £1.95

    Out of stock

    An often forgotten herb, Galium odoratum can be a valuable addition to the garden, particularly shaded gardens. Soft green leaves are carried in whorls on stems and when its small white vanilla-scented flowers appear above this lush carpet in May and June, the effect is enchanting.

  3. Gaura lindheimeri 'Sparkle White' has a neat, compact habit and produces a flurry of dazzling white, starry blooms on graceful slender stems.
    £2.45

    Gaura lindheimeri 'Sparkle White' is a stunning hardy perennial. A Winner of the Fleuroselect Gold Medal, this bushy, clump forming variety has a neat, compact habit and produces a flurry of dazzling white, starry blooms on graceful slender stems from early summer right through to autumn.

  4. It is a good choice for livening up formal knot gardens and evergreen borders, as well as picking and popping in a vase.
    £1.95
    In the last decade, Gaura ‘The Bride’ has skyrocketed to popularity among gardeners.A graceful, hazy plant with airy spikes of white, star-shaped flowers with long anthers like daddy long-legs, held on slender stems from May to September. RHS AGM
  5. Each brilliant bloom faces upward showing its electric blue petals with vibrant stripes sinking deep into the flower’s throat.

    Gentiana acaulis

    Trumpet Gentian or Stemless Gentian.
    £1.75
    Alpine plants are the jewels of the garden, they are performing treasures with a repertoire of colourful tricks to lure us right into their inches-high world. The gentians, produce flowers of such pure, concentrated colour of deep, true Gentian blue.
  6. One of the longest bloomers in the garden, hardy geranium bears flowers for months at a time. It produces jewel-tone, saucer-shape flowers and mounds of handsome, lobed foliage.

    Geranium - Hardy Geranium Mix

    Mixture of species and cultivars
    £2.75

    Hardy geraniums are undoubtedly one of the most popular groups of plants. Today’s hybrids are the modern flag bearers, they are beautiful, reliable and endlessly various produces jewel-tone, saucer-shape flowers for months at a time. Exceptionally good value this mix always contain a few real rarities.

  7. Geranium albanum look fabulous tumbling over a rockery or onto gravel pathways

    Geranium albanum

    Hardy Geranium
    £1.75

    Out of stock

    Geranium albanum is a beautiful and interesting geranium. This low growing species produces large numbers of magenta-veined, shocking pink flowers. The flowers open pale at first and darken with age, with a rose heart and fines violet lines they bloom from spring to midsummer.

  8. Geranium 'Orchid Blue' produces clusters of  saucer shaped flowers of a rarely seen shade of pure orchid-blue
    £2.45

    Out of stock

    Geranium 'Orchid Blue' is a simply stunning plant, producing clusters of saucer shaped flowers of a rarely seen shade of pure orchid-blue, each with purple-violet veins. This new-on-the-scene plant soon spreads to form low hummocks of deeply cut soft green, leaves.

  9. Geranium phaeum var. phaeum 'Samobor'

    Geranium phaeum var. phaeum 'Samobor'

    Dusky Cranesbill, Mourning Widow
    Hardy Geranium
    £2.25

    Geranium phaeum ‘Samobor’ has considerable charm, with luxurious, deep maroon-black flowers which are held high on upright slender stems in late spring to early summer. This beautiful and useful hardy geranium is loved for its amazing deeply scalloped foliage with beautiful dark markings

  10. Geranium pratense is one of our loveliest wild flowers and worthy of a place in any border.

    Geranium pratense

    Meadow Cranesbill, Hardy Geranium
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.55

    The beautiful, soft violet-blue flowers make the meadow crane’s bill one of our most distinctive wildflowers. Perfect for a meadow, it is often planted in gardens as it flowers for a long time, it must be one of our loveliest wild flowers and worthy of a place in any border.

  11. Geranium pratense 'Dark Reiter’
    £2.95

    'Dark Reiter’, is a fairly new cultivar originating from 'Victor Reiter' whose namesake was the legendary California nurseryman. What sets this plant apart is the new leaves that emerge a light maroon colour then fade to a purple-flushed deep green, it produces violet-blue flowers in spring.

  12. Geranium pratense 'Purple Haze'

    Geranium pratense 'Purple Haze'

    Hardy Geranium, Garden Geranium
    £2.75

    Out of stock

    'Purple Haze' is one of the discoveries of the century. Grown for its amazing foliage, unique shades rarely seen within in the genus they vary from bronzes, through purples to dark beetroot. Most are deeply divided and make a striking contrast to the blooms, perfectly themed in shades of gorgeous violet-mauve.

  13. Very easy to grow, Geranium "Splish Splash" is a fascinating, rare and prized border plant.
    £3.95

    "Splish Splash" is a fascinating, rare and prized border plant and one of the most beautiful, striking and unusual perennial geraniums. Very easy to grow, the clumps of divided foliage are topped with mauve-blue splashes and flecks on pure white petals, each petal appearing to be individually designed and painted.

  14. Get out the dark glasses – Geranium psilostemon has the most uncompromising colour of screaming magenta!

    Geranium psilostemon

    Armenian crane's-bill
    £2.95
    Get out the dark glasses – Geranium psilostemon has the most uncompromising colour of screaming magenta! Nothing like as gaudy as you might think and it never overwhelms, the wonderful dark eye in each flower tones down the effect.
  15. Bill Wallis is the best cultivar of the type with especially desirable, very deep violet-purple flowers.
    £1.95

    Geraniums ‘Bill Wallis’ is the best cultivar of the type with especially desirable, very deep violet-purple flowers. Very easy to grow, 'Bill Wallis' produces profusely from April to August, the deep violet-purple flowers each with deeply notched petals, float over the plant all summer.

  16. Geranium pyrenaicum is a European species and well known for being one of the most floriferous of Geraniums.
    £1.75

    Out of stock

    Geranium pyrenaicum is a European species and well known for being one of the most floriferous of Geraniums. 'Summer Snow' is an easy to grow, yet hard to find white flowered cultivar which produces profuse quantities of white flowers each with deeply notched petals.

  17. Our native wild flower, Geranium robertianum forms attractive rosettes of fern-like leaves

    Geranium robertianum

    Herb Robert, Garden Geranium,
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.55

    Geranium sanguineum is a beautiful wild flower, native to the British Isles, with very deeply cut leaves and attractive, bright purplish-crimson flowers. The Cranesbill is often planted in gardens as it flowers for a long time, it must be one of our loveliest wild flowers and good for both border and rockery.

  18. Geranium sanguineum

    Geranium sanguineum

    Crowfoot Crane’s Bill, Bloody Cranesbill, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.95

    Out of stock

    Geranium sanguineum is a beautiful wild flower, native to the British Isles, with very deeply cut leaves and attractive, bright purplish-crimson flowers. The Cranesbill is often planted in gardens as it flowers for a long time, it must be one of our loveliest wild flowers and good for both border and rockery.

  19. ‘Vision Light Pink’ produces masses of large luminescent flowers from early spring through to late summer.
    £2.55

    Out of stock

    ‘Vision Light Pink’ produces masses of large luminescent light pink flowers with red veins from early spring through to late summer. This long-lived, drought-tolerant perennial is useful as a small scale groundcover and in mixed borders. Use it in rock gardens, stone walls or even in container plantings.

  20. ‘Vision Violet’ produces masses of large luminescent violet flowers from early spring through to late summer.
    £2.55

    A beautiful, robust ground cover variety of the every popular Geranium sanguineum; ‘Vision Violet’ produces masses of large luminescent violet flowers from early spring to summer. The blooms cover this compact, mounding plant with intricately cut leaves.

  21. Gerbera jamesonii is easily recognised by the elegant large, flower heads with extremely large rays.

    Gerbera jamesonii ‘Single Flowered Hybrids’

    African, Barberton or Transvaal Daisy
    £2.45

    There are so many plants which steal the show in a way which is more subtle than just big wonderful blooms. Achillea ‘Moonwalker’ is one such plant. Growing to just 60cm tall, the rich green foliage has a fern-like appearance that is just as much the star as those wonderful golden umbels.

  22. Lady Stratheden is a grand old lady who has graced our gardens for over 80 years and is still going strong.
    £1.65
    This cheerful perennial brightens up a sunny garden border, especially one based on hot colours. The semi-double vivid golden yellow flowers, appear on arching stems above rosettes of scalloped, fresh green leaves.
  23. One plant that is quite unfairly ignored is Geum 'Mrs J Bradshaw'. From a distance, the flowers look like strong red blotches suspended above the ground.
    £1.65
    'Mrs J Bradshaw' has everything that a gardener could require: good looks, long flowering season, trouble-free personality and hardiness. Its capacity to flower for a long time makes it an excellent anchorage plant, unifying more ephemeral flowers.
  24. Geum ‘Borisii-Strain' produces wonderful vivid orange-red toned flowers from late spring into summer

    Geum coccineum ‘Borisii-Strain’

    Marketed as ‘Tango’, ‘Queen of Orange’ or ‘Cooky’
    £1.75

    Many gardeners look for easy to grow, reliable perennials that provide a bright, cheerful display of colour early in the season. Geum coccineum ‘Borisii-Strain’ flowers the first year from seed producing wonderful vivid orange-red toned flowers from late spring into summer.

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