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  1. Malva moschata

    Malva moschata

    Musk Mallow, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.15

    Malva is one of the truly grand old-fashioned flowers of that almost mythical English Cottage Garden, which so many people strive to recreate. With lovely ice-pink flowers and finely lobed foliage that possesses the elegance of some ferns, Malva will bloom profusely given a sunny position.

  2. Malva moschata f. alba

    Malva moschata f. alba

    White Musk Mallow
    £1.25

    Considered by many gardeners to be the most desirable of the Malva species, this rare white-flowered form is even lovelier than the normal rose-pink Musk Mallow. Flowering throughout the summer, the pure white, scented flowers contrast beautifully with the ferny foliage.

  3. Malva sylvestris 'Zebrina'

    Malva sylvestris 'Zebrina'

    French Hollyhock, Tall Mallow
    £1.35

    Malva sylvestris 'Zebrina' is an easily raised perennial which thrives in sun or part shade, producing strong, erect stems crammed with white to pink flowers with purple, almost black 'flamed' markings. The purple veins out as if stroked on with a paint brush.

  4. Ten Week Stocks are compact, bushy and easy to raise with a glorious fragrance.

    Compact, bushy, easy to raise plants with a glorious fragrance which are ideal for bedding or for growing in drifts in the border. The showy richly fragrant flower spikes grow to just 30cm tall and come in a fine mixture of colours including crimson, scarlet, rose, pink, purple, lavender and white.

  5. The Brompton Stocks are stalwarts of Victorian gardening, being in cultivation for well over a hundred years.

    Matthiola incana 'Lady Mix'

    Brompton Stocks, Winter Stocks
    £1.45

    The Brompton Stocks have been in cultivation for well over a hundred years, and no wonder. The robust, branching, fast-growing, vigorous plants, are wonderful for flowering in late spring and early summer. They produce gloriously scented flowers in a good colour range and are splendid for cutting.

  6. Matthiola incana 'Miracle Mix'
    £1.55

    Florists’ bouquets often include stocks. They enchant us with the soft colours of the double flowers and with their intensely sweet scent. The Miracle series is specifically cultivated for cutting. With extremely large flower heads and upright strong stems, they do not branch but grow neatly to about 70cm tall.

  7. Matthiola incana ‘Pillow Talk’. This pure white variety of our familiar Stocks is simple, sophisticated and calming.
    £2.25

    A pure white variety of our familiar Stocks, Matthiola incana ‘Pillow Talk’ is utterly gorgeous. An excellent flower for spring and a great addition to the cutting garden. They enchant us not only with their beautiful blooms, but above all, with their intensely sweet scent.

  8. ‘Lucinda’ is a fabulous series of mid-season Stocks that has been bred for especially for cut flower production.

    Starting at: £1.95

    Matthiola ‘Lucinda’ is a fabulous series of mid-season Stocks that have been bred for especially for cut flower production. They bloom uniformly across the colour range to facilitate cutting at the same time.
    This fabulous series is now available in range of single colours.

  9. Night Scented Stock is one of the easiest and rewarding scented plants to grow.

    Matthiola longipetala 'Night Scented Stock'

    Evening Scented Stock, Perfume Plant

    Night or Evening-scented Stock is one of the easiest and rewarding scented plants to grow. The flowers open in the late afternoon and emit a most delightful fragrance. The scent has been compared to vanilla, rose, spice and even cloves. It will become a summer fragrance you will never want to be without!

  10. Meconopsis baileyi 'Hensol Violet' has proven to be a good perennial form and has become firmly established in cultivation

    Meconopsis baileyi 'Hensol Violet'

    Blue Poppy, Himalayan poppy, Tibetan poppy
    £2.45

    Raised by Lady Henderson at Hensol Castle, Meconopsis 'Hensol Violet' has proven to be a good perennial form and has become firmly established in cultivation. Requiring an evenly moist, rich soil and cool woodland conditions, they are one of the most impressive plants for the shade garden.

  11. Indulge yourself by growing this beautiful blue form of the exquisite Himalayan Blue Poppy..

    Meconopsis betonicifolia 'Himalayan Blue'

    Tibetan poppy, (Aka Meconopsis baileyi)
    £1.45
    Indulge yourself by growing this beautiful blue form of the exquisite Himalayan Blue Poppy. Beautiful blue petals that brighten up the gloomy ...sorry, what I meant to say was 'more atmospheric' parts of your garden. A true collector's item for the border!
  12. The Meconopsis genus contains some of the most exquisitely beautiful of all flowering plants.
    £1.55

    “Frances Perry” is a very desirable plant. This stunning red Meconopsis is a much less commonly seen relative of the yellow Welsh Poppy. This is an undemanding perennial in many climates and is particularly valued by those gardening where other Meconopsis are less easy to please.

  13. The Meconopsis genus contains some of the most exquisitely beautiful of all flowering plants.

    Meconopsis cambrica 'Welsh Poppy'

    Welsh Poppy, Yellow Poppy.
    Wildflower of the British Isles
    £1.15

    The Meconopsis genus contains some of the most exquisitely beautiful of all flowering plants. M. cambrica is the easiest to grow, and is reliably perennial. The delicate cup-shaped, golden-yellow flowers are borne in abundance from late spring to early autumn.

  14. With blue as vivid as a kingfisher's wings, Meconopsis 'Lingholm' is of the most exquisitely beautiful of all flowering plants.

    Meconopsis sheldonii 'Lingholm'

    Himalayan or Tibetan Blue Poppy
    £1.75
    With blue as vivid as a kingfisher's wings, Meconopsis 'Lingholm' is of the most exquisitely beautiful of all flowering plants. Bred by chance this superb hybrid is reliably perennial. With stunningly piercing blue flowers these plants are exceptional.
  15. Climate change is partly responsible for this plant's popularity, but just as significant is our increasing sense of adventure as gardeners.
    £2.95

    Out of stock

    The lush growth, coupled with the large, glaucous leaves of Melianthus major has made it as fashionable as tree ferns. If you don't want to mimic the rain forest, try growing it amongst slender-leaved grasses and perennials. The plants add texture and provide a good background to bright colours in the garden.
  16. Mesembryanthemum are covered with flowers in a wide range of brilliant shades of gold, salmon, pink, purple and carmine red.

    Mesembryanthemum bellidiformis 'Magic Carpet Mix'

    Livingstone Daisy, Ice Plant, Pebble Plant

    Starting at: £0.95

    This is the familiar Livingstone Daisy or, as it seems to be generally known, just "Mesembryanthemum". A cultivated strain of this splendid annual plant with a spreading habit, the plants are covered with flowers in a wide range of brilliant shades of gold, salmon, pink, purple and carmine red.

  17. Milium effusum Aureum takes on an almost magical quality, bringing incandescent light to the shady places it prefers.

    Milium effusum Aureum

    Bowles Golden Grass
    £2.15
    Milium effusum Aureum has a magical quality, bringing incandescent light to the shady places it prefers. As the season progresses tiny golden, bead-like flowers on hair-thin stems arch gracefully creating fountains of gold.
  18. Mimosa pudica 'The Sensitive Plant'

    Mimosa pudica, the 'sensitive plant', is a source of fascination to adults and children alike. When touched, the narrow fern-like leaflets they almost instantaneously fold together and the leaf stalk droops. This sometimes sets off a chain reaction, with several leaf stalks falling on top of one another.

  19. The plants are topped with large silky white plumes throughout autumn and winter and into early spring.

    Miscanthus sinensis

    Chinese Silver Grass, Maiden Grass or Eulalia Grass
    £1.75

    Introduced from Japan circa 1870, Miscanthus sinensis has been grown in gardens for over a hundred years. It is one of the best tall grasses for a winter garden. They provide handsome clumps of deep green foliage and airy, plumed seed heads that endure from August until late January.

  20. Miscanthus sinensis 'Early Hybrids'

    Miscanthus sinensis 'Early Hybrids'

    Maiden Grass or Eulalia Grass
    £1.95

    An icon for well over a hundred years, the range of Miscanthus cultivars expanded dramatically in the 1950's when the German plant breeder Ernst Pagels persuaded two of his plants to set seed at the same time. The result of his work has provided us with some of the finest flowering grasses available today. ‘Early Hybrids’ are a selection of early blooming cultivars with differing colours and forms.

  21. Miscanthus cultivars provide airy, plumed seed heads that endure from August until late January or longer.

    Miscanthus sinensis 'New Hybrids'

    Maiden Grass or Eulalia Grass
    £1.95

    Miscanthus are the queen of ornamental grasses. Miscanthus sinensis ‘New Hybrids’ provide a multitude of cultivars with varying heights, leaf widths and bloom times. Some plants will be upright growing and others will have a cascading habit, also expect variation in colouring.

  22. Molinia caerulea ssp.arundinacea feature clumps of arching foliage and tall, see-through flower spikes.

    Molinia caerulea ssp. arundinacea

    Tall Moor Grass, Purple Moor Grass
    £1.65

    Few other grasses have such a great separation between foliage and flowers than Molinia caerulea ssp. arundinaceae. With clumps of arching, blue-green leaves above which the most slender stems and delicate see-through flowers grow to six foot or more. In autumn they turn golden yellow to deep copper.

  23. Molinia caerulea ssp.caerulea is a variety of shorter moor grass that has a unique character and undeniable charm.
    £1.45

    With a unique character and undeniable charm, Molinia caerulea produces masses flower stems that are at first so delicate they are almost invisible, together they form a floating sea of movement. Probably at their resplendent best as summer turns to autumn and their foliage turns a warm butter yellow.

  24. Moluccella is a fast-growing border plant with unusual qualities including an ability to survive for months as a cut flower.

    Moluccella laevis

    Bells of Ireland, Shell Flower

    Starting at: £1.35

    'Bells of Ireland' are flowers to please anyone who loves flower arranging. Cut fresh, the bells will last for years and they are very useful for winter arrangements but they also look good in flower borders and with the recent fashion for green blooms are becoming more sought after.

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