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  1. Gorse is a valuable plant for wildlife, in many areas it is one of the first plants to flower, so is an important source of pollen to the early emerging bees.

    Ulex europaeus

    Gorse, Whin, Furze, Prickly Broom.
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.95

    Out of stock

    Gorse are usually associated with western Britain and Ireland. At its best in spring, it blooms with an explosion of yellow, the flowers have a distinctive strong coconut scent. Gorse bears some flowers year round, hence the old country phrase: “When gorse is out of blossom, kissing is out of fashion”.

  2. Verbascum blattaria 'White blush'
    £1.75

    Verbascum are a wonderful plant for making a garden feel uncontrived, producing masses of flowers without taking up lots of space on the ground. ‘White Blush’ is one of the most popular varieties. Growing to just 100cm, the dark crimson buds open to reveal large white flowers with deep purple stamens.

  3. Verbascum bombyciferum ‘Arctic Summer’

    Verbascum bombyciferum ‘Arctic Summer’

    'Polar Summer', 'White Bride' or 'Silver Lining'
    £1.85

    One look at this species of Verbascum and you will realise why it is also called ‘Arctic Summer’. Tall, white, fleecy flower stems emerge from felted evergreen leaves in early summer. Its stems and leaves are covered in a silvery down that gives it an appearance of being permanently covered with frost.

  4. Masses of golden-yellow flowers with attractive violet filaments are accented by golden orange stamens.

    Verbascum nigrum

    Dark Mullein

    Verbascum nigrum is one of the most reliable and long-flowering verbascum, it is also one of the truly perennial species. This European native bloom profusely with masses of golden-yellow flowers. First thing in the morning, the flowers are alive with bees getting on with their day’s work. Take time to stand and admire them for a few minutes. They will pay you no heed, they’re far too busy.

  5. Verbascum nigrum var. album bloom profusely in late spring with masses of white flowers each with attractive violet filaments and accented by golden orange stamens.
    £1.65

    Verbascum nigrum is one of the most reliable and long-flowering verbascum, it is also one of the truly perennial species. The variety ‘Album’ bloom profusely in late spring with masses of white flowers with attractive violet filaments, held on candelabra like branches. They bloom throughout the summer, with a few sporadic flowers still in September to early October.

  6. Verbascum olympicum at Great Dixter, Christopher Lloyd loved their statuesque flowerheads.
    £1.35

    Verbascums are statuesque in both foliage and flower. This elegant species, native to the Olympus mountains is arguably the finest of the genus. Tall flower spikes rise from the centre of the foliage, each are weighted heavily with bright, golden-yellow blooms giving the effect of an enormous candelabra.

  7. Verbascum ‘Snow Maiden’ is a gorgeous mullein that blooms with masses of pure white flowers, each with delicate yellow filaments

    Verbascum phlomoides 'Snow Maiden'

    Verbascum hybridum or 'Spica'
    £1.85

    Out of stock

    Verbascum ‘Snow Maiden’ is an incredibly beautiful mullein that grow to just 36 to 48cm tall. With masses of soft white flowers each with delicate yellow filaments they flower in June and continue to appear over a long summer, often right through to September. Very easy to grow from seed.

  8. The lovely white-flowering species of Verbascum, 'Flush of White' is a true perennial
    £1.45

    The poise of the lovely Verbascum phoeniceum 'Flush of White' makes this plant a natural candidate for the front of the border, even though its height might suggest, that it should go at the back. In summer winds, which snap off delphiniums and toss sunflowers awry, the Verbascum stands defiant.

  9. Verbascum phoeniceum 'Hybrids Mix'
    £0.95

    English gardeners are very familiar with this plant and consider it essential for a well-structured garden. Verbascum phoeniceum 'Hybrids Mix' flower freely, giving a glorious plethora of colours from delicate salmon to rich claret. A true perennial which can flower the first year given an early sowing.

  10. Relatively new to cultivation Verbascum phoeniceum 'Violetta' is by far the darkest flowered mullein available.

    Verbascum phoeniceum 'Violetta'

    Purple Mullein, aka Temptress Purple
    £1.55

    Relatively new to cultivation Verbascum phoeniceum 'Violetta' is the smallest growing of the perennial Verbascums. Soundly perennial and drought tolerant it produces delicate flower spikes with whorls of tissue thin purple blooms that ascend to the finest point. It is by far the darkest flowered mullein available.

  11. This versatile, fuzzy mullein is a gardener’s friend, an herbalist’s delight and an engineering marvel all on its own.

    Verbascum thapsus 'Common Mullein'

    Aaron's Rod, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.25

    Several Verbascum species are prized garden ornamentals, but the species best-known among wildflower enthusiasts and herbalists is the homely but useful common mullein, Verbascum thapsus. This fuzzy mullein is a gardener’s friend, an herbalist’s delight and an engineering marvel all on its own.

  12. This long flowering beauty flaunts its sprays of fragrant flowers from mid to late summer.

    Verbena bonariensis

    Tall Verbena, Clustertop Vervain
    £1.45
    Verbena bonariensis is a very useful plant. The flowers, on tall, slim delicate stalks dance in the wind. It is a graceful counterpart to larger flowers and invariably compliments the landscape without overwhelming any of it.
  13. “Imagination’ is noted for its profuse bloom of violet-blue flowers

    Verbena canadensis 'Imagination'

    Trailing Verbena, Clump Verbena
    £1.35

    “Imagination’ is a verbena cultivar that is noted for its profuse bloom of violet-blue flowers, its spreading-trailing stems and its deeply cut foliage. A heat and drought tolerant plant, easily grown it performs well in hanging baskets and containers in full sun.

  14. Verbena hastata 'Blue Spires'
    £1.65

    Verbena hastata 'Blue Spires' is the blue form of this lovely perennial, with multi-branching candelabra-like flower heads, the flowers slowly expand as they ascend the stems like burning sparklers. The flowers appear in mid-late summer and will last into late autumn.

  15. Verbena 'Pink Spires' flowers with multi-branching candelabra-like flower heads.
    £1.65

    Verbena hastata 'Pink Spires' flowers with multi-branching candelabra-like flower heads. Appearing in mid-late summer and lasting into late autumn, this hardy plant does not need staking, and provides lots of mid to late summer colour in the garden.

  16. Verbena hastata 'White Spires' is one of the choicest species available.
    £1.65

    Verbena hastata 'White Spires' is one of the choicest species available. It produces masses of pure white flowers on architectural flower heads. Its sheer volume of flowers make it a real winner. It is understandably increasing in popularity as it becomes more readily available.

  17. Verbena 'Peaches and Cream' open to reveal clusters of coral-salmon flowers.

    Verbena hybrida 'Peaches & Cream'

    Trailing Verbena, Clump Verbena
    £2.15
    'Peaches and Cream' a new pastel colour of Verbena and an exquisite variety. The evenly spread buds initially open to reveal clusters of coral-salmon flowers which gradually change to provide a subtle blend of blush shades and peach-apricot shades.
  18. This jewel-like perennial is an all round tough plant suitable for problem areas

    Verbena rigida 'Polaris'

    Hardy garden verbena
    £1.65
    Named Verbena rigida after its upright habit, this front-of-the-border performer, although only a foot or two in height, can outshine almost everything else. Polaris is a dazzling, low-growing verbena that produces a candelabra of silver-blue flowers.
  19. Verbena venosa

    Verbena venosa

    Hardy garden verbena
    £1.45

    Verbena venosa is a small and densely flowered version of Verbena with clusters of purple-pink fragrant flowers that are held in domed heads. A brilliant addition to the garden that will bloom from mid-spring right until the first cold of winter.

  20. Veronica longifolia 'Alba' make a strong vertical statement in the garden, an excellent contrast to more traditional flowers shapes

    Veronica longifolia 'Alba'

    Longleaf Speedwell
    £1.85

    Gardeners are often looking for good solid perennials that are easy to take care of. Veronica longifolia 'Alba' forms a bushy, upright clump, with strong erect stems that elevate the display of tall, slender pure white columns, they are crowded with small tubular blossoms that taper into curvy green tips.

  21. Veronica longifolia blooms with  tall, slender blue columns crowded with small tubular blossoms.
    £1.65

    Veronica longifolia prefers a position in sun or part shade in moist well-drained soil. The sophisticated blue spires bloom in midsummer and last for several months. They make a strong vertical statement and are an excellent contrast to more traditional flowers shapes when positioned at the front of the border.

  22. Veronica longifolia forms a bushy, upright clump of bright green leaves that grows to around 40cm wide.
    £1.95

    Veronicas offer the gardener a wide array of plants to work into many different areas of the garden. Veronica longifolia 'Pink Shades' bloom with tall, slender pink columns. Composed of dozens of densely arranged, small florets, the flowers open progressively from the base upwards to form a long lasting spike.

  23.  Veronica spicata ssp. incana is an outstanding silver-leaved perennial with a nice compact habit.

    Veronica spicata ssp. incana

    Silver Speedwell
    £1.75

    Veronica spicata ssp. incana is an outstanding silver-leaved perennial with a good compact habit. Growing to just 40cm (16in) tall, it forms a mound of silvery grey narrow leaves. In early summer the plant bears short spikes of deep violet blue flowers.

  24. Veronica teucrium is a tidy, mound-forming plant with long racemes of intense, vivid cobalt blue flowers.

    Veronica teucrium 'Royal Blue'

    Saw-Leaved Speedwell
    £1.75
    Veronica teucrium is a tidy, mound-forming plant that forms a lush mat of foliage. Easily grown in well-drained soil in full sun to part shade, from late spring they are clad in blue flowers. Long racemes of that much sought-after colour, intense, vivid cobalt blue.

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