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  1. Knautia arvensis is an attractive native perennial herb of well drained grassland.

    Knautia arvensis 'Field Scabious'

    Field Scabious
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €1.80

    Knautia arvensis is an attractive native perennial herb of well drained grassland. It can be found throughout Europe in meadows, rough pasture, hedgerows and verges. Though it is by nature a perennial, it will flower and produce seed the first year if grown as an annual, either autumn or spring sown.

  2. Knautia macedonica has been hugely fashionable for years and is likely to remain so for many more.

    Knautia macedonica 'Crimson Scabious'

    Often marketed as 'Red Knight' or 'Red Cherries'
    €2.34

    Knautia macedonica has been hugely fashionable for years and is likely to remain so for many more. This lovely and versatile perennial blooms from late spring to autumn with dark-crimson, richly glamorous pompoms. Established plants produce literally hundreds of blooms in one season.

  3. Knautia macedonica 'Melton Pastels'

    Knautia macedonica 'Melton Pastels'

    Macedonian scabious. Also marketed as 'Watercolours'
    €2.34

    'Melton Pastels' is a great border plant, densely flowering plant with strong stalks of pin cushion flowers in shades of shades of pink, cherry red, mauve and purple. The tall stems make excellent cut flowers and are good for the middle of the border, giving a succession of blooms through till autumn.

  4. 'Border Ballet' includes some bold colours, but also the versatile softer colours.

    Kniphofia uvaria 'Border Ballet'

    Red Hot Poker, Torch Lily
    €1.74

    Like many of the best ballet dancers, this cultivar is elegant and full of stamina. 'Border Ballet' includes some bold colours, but also the versatile softer colours which are often more suitable to modern schemes. A particularly floriferous strain that is a bit shorter and neater than other varieties.

  5. Kniphofia uvaria 'New Hybrids'

    Kniphofia uvaria 'New Hybrids'

    Red Hot Poker, Torch Lily
    €1.86

    The Kniphofia hybrids have extended both the flower colour and height range. The usual fiery reds and oranges work particularly well in a planting scheme based on 'hot' colours - use them to light up sultry August borders. The cooler yellow, cream, ivory and sometimes green flowers is more restful.

  6. Lagurus ovatus

    Lagurus ovatus

    Hares-tail, Bouquet Grass, Ornamental Grass
    Lagurus ovatus is probably the most appealing of all the ornamental grasses. The name ‘Hare’s Tail’ perfectly accurately describes the creamy-white flower heads, which are hare's tail-shaped, fur-like and soft to the touch!
  7. This everlasting or perennial sweet pea bears delicate masses of blooms in pinks, soft whites and mauves.

    Lathyrus latifolius 'Mixed Pearl'

    Perennial Sweet Pea, Everlasting Sweet Pea
    This everlasting or perennial sweet pea bears delicate masses of blooms in pinks, soft whites and mauves. Flowering right through the summer, from June to September, it has one of the finest cut flowers available.
  8. This stunning sweet pea has clusters of delicate pink flowers from June to September

    Lathyrus latifolius 'Pink Pearl'

    Perennial Sweet Pea, Everlasting Sweet Pea
    This stunning sweet pea has clusters of delicate pink flowers from June to September. It was introduced before 1635 and became popular in gardens in the early 1900s, often grown over a floral cage - very fashionable in Victorian England!
  9. This perennial relative of the annual sweet pea is justifiably popular; it will bloom throughout the summer months.

    Lathyrus latifolius 'Red Pearl'

    Perennial Sweet Pea, Everlasting Sweet Pea
    Furled clusters of pristine crimson-rose flowers bloom at the top of arching winged stems. This perennial relative of the annual sweet pea is justifiably popular; it will bloom throughout the summer months.
  10. This perennial relative of the sweet pea is justifiably popular for its masses of pure white flowers which bloom over a long period throughout the summer month.

    Lathyrus latifolius 'White Pearl'

    Perennial Sweet Pea, Everlasting Sweet Pea
    This perennial Sweet Pea has masses of gorgeous pure white flowers. Easy to grow, it requires little care and will quickly cover arbors, trellis or fences with perfect foliage and tresses of flowers all summer. A stunning flower that comes back year after year.
  11. Lathyrus 'Black Knight' is very handsome dark purple-maroon heirloom sweet pea

    Lathyrus odoratus 'Black Knight'

    Grandflora Sweet Pea. 1898
    €1.74

    Lathyrus odoratus 'Black Knight' is very handsome dark purple-maroon heirloom sweet pea with generally three, sometimes four well shaped flowers per stem. Introduced by Henry Eckford in 1898 it was exhibited by Eckford at the Crystal Palace Exhibition in 1900. Without doubt, it is one of the best of all the grandiflora varieties.

  12. Lathyrus odoratus 'Dorothy Eckford'

    Lathyrus odoratus 'Dorothy Eckford'

    Grandflora Sweet Pea. 1901
    €1.74
    Lathyrus odoratus 'Dorothy Eckford' is an outstanding pure white heirloom sweet pea introduced by Henry Eckford in 1901 and named after his daughter. An important commercial cut flower, it has regained favour recently due to its beautiful form and perfume.
  13. Lathyrus odoratus 'Flora Norton' is one of the clearest blues available, it is also blessed with the most superb fragrance.

    Lathyrus odoratus 'Flora Norton'

    Grandflora Sweet Pea. 1907
    €1.74
    True clear blues are rare in sweet pea flowers. Lathyrus odoratus 'Flora Norton' is one of the clearest blues available. With wings large in proportion to the standard and blessed with the most superb fragrance, it is one of the loveliest of all the grandiflora sweet peas.
  14. The Heirloom Mixture contains an incredible colour range of the best Grandiflora varieties, they have long stems and make excellent cut flowers.

    Lathyrus odoratus 'Heirloom Mix'

    Grandflora Sweet Pea. 1600 to 1800's

    Starting at: €1.74

    The Heirloom Mixture is a wonderful mixture of the Heirloom Grandiflora Sweet Peas. Representing most of the colours of this type and containing varieties that date back to the 16th century. Fabulous flowers in great colours that grow on vigorous plants, each have an intense full bodied perfume.

  15. ‘Lady Grisel Hamilton’ boasts delicate lavender blooms with the heady fragrance of her old fashioned compatriots.

    Lathyrus odoratus 'Lady Grisel Hamilton'

    Grandflora Sweet Pea. 1895
    €1.74
    Lathyrus odoratus ‘Lady Grisel Hamilton’ is an elegant and lovely sweet pea that boasts delicate lavender blooms with all the heady fragrance of her old fashioned compatriots. The long-stemmed sprays produce an irresistible medley of fragrances and make exceptionally fine cut flowers.
  16. Lathyrus odoratus 'Lord Nelson' has beautiful, rich dark blue flowers and a powerful scent.

    Lathyrus odoratus 'Lord Nelson'

    Grandflora Sweet Pea. 1907
    €1.74
    Lathyrus odoratus 'Lord Nelson' received an RHS Award of Merit in 1907 when it was introduced. Rich dark blue flowers that are very strongly scented. They are perfect for cutting, producing 3 or 4 flowers per stem with an irresistible medley of fragrances. It is one of the finest sweet peas available.
  17. Sweet Pea 'Matucana' has brilliant bicoloured blooms of richest purple and violet.

    Lathyrus odoratus 'Matucana'

    Grandflora Sweet Pea. 1907
    €1.74
    'Matucana' was first introduced into this country from Sicily in 1699, this delightful heirloom dates back at least three centuries, highly valued for its wonderfully strong, sweet scent as well as its brilliant bicoloured blooms of richest purple and violet .
  18. Lathyrus odoratus Compact  'Bijou Mixed'

    Lathyrus odoratus Compact 'Bijou Mixed'

    Compact or Semi Dwarf Sweet Pea
    €1.62

    Bijou mix produces masses of sweetly fragrant blooms in a wonderful array of colours: lavender, blue, pink, red and white. These miniature gems growing to only 30 to 45cm tall are easy to grow, they have a long flowering period and can be cut for indoor decoration. They are delightful for petite arrangements.

  19. Sweet Pes 'Cupid' is very free-flowering and the flowers, which have short pedicels, are very fragrant.
    €1.74

    Sweet Pea 'Cupid Mix' blooms in a mix of colours from the series. Growing to only 15cm tall, it has a dwarf, bushy, trailing habit which requires no support or training. Use it in containers, window boxes or hanging baskets and place them where their delightful fragrance can be fully appreciated.

  20. Unlike the better-known climbing type, 'Cupid' forms a compact mound
    €1.74
    Unlike the better-known climbing type, the lovely sweet pea "Cupid" forms a compact mound only 15cm tall. Plants are covered with rose-pink flowers with a white picotee edging. Ideal for hanging baskets, tubs and patio containers.
  21. "Villa Roma Scarlet" is an exciting new dwarf bush type sweet pea with sweet scenting blooms.
    €2.70

    ‘Villa Roma Scarlet’ is the first variety of sweet pea to win the coveted Fleuroselect Gold Medal. The judges across Europe were impressed by its very bright colouring, its excellent performance in the garden and its ability to continue blooming through the heat of summer.

  22. The award winning sweet pea. Sweet Pea "Mammoth Mix" has both extra early, and extra large blooms.

    Lathyrus odoratus, 'Mammoth Mix'

    Early Multiflora Gigantea Sweet Pea
    €1.38

    Extra early, extra large blooms are the feature of this award winning sweet pea, an excellent choice for early spring colour and the best strain for producing early cut flowers. If you have never seen this kind of sweet pea on long stems before, and don’t quite understand what all the fuss is all about…they are marvellous …guaranteed to make you fall completely in love with them.

  23. The 'original' Sweet Pea, Cupani was first cultivated by a Sicilian monk, Father Francis Cupani.

    Lathyrus odoratus, Grandiflora 'Cupani'

    Heritage / Heirloom Sweet Pea

    Starting at: €1.74

    The 'original' Sweet Pea, ‘Cupani’ was first cultivated by a Sicilian monk, Father Francis Cupani, who found this intensely scented wild sweet pea growing near his monastery in 1695. No other sweet peas are this fragrant and it is to this day still sought after.

  24. A highly scented heirloom sweet pea introduced by Henry Eckford in 1903. Deep Crimson with three flowers per stem.
    €1.74
    A highly scented heirloom sweet pea introduced by Henry Eckford in 1903. Deep Crimson with three flowers per stem. Taller and stronger growing that most grandifloras and impressive to behold with deep crimson blooms. Strongly scented too.

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