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  1. Erysimum cheiri, Cheiranthus cheiri “Persian Carpet”
    This is a classic Wallflower mixture, with the super rich colours you'd expect to see in a Persian Carpet (at a fraction of the cost!) purple, gold, orange, rose, cream and apricot. It is not without reason that this bushy variety so impressed the RHS judges.
  2. Erythronium dens-canis is attractive from the moment it pokes up from the soil in early spring.

    Erythronium dens-canis

    Dog's Tooth Violet
    $3.87

    Out of stock

    Erythronium dens-canis is attractive from the moment it pokes up from the soil in early spring. The oval pointed leaves with bronze patterns appear in early spring and are followed shortly by nodding rose pink to purple, elfin-cap flowers that bloom for several weeks.
  3. Erythronium grandiflorum is a rarely offered species native to west North America.

    Erythronium grandiflorum

    Yellow Avalanche Lily, Glacier Lily
    $4.48
    Erythronium grandiflorum is a rarely offered species. Native to west North America, it is one of the largest of the genus. Blooming in early spring, each flower stem has up to ten golden yellow, nodding, star-shaped flowers with reflexed petals.
  4. The magnificent Eucalyptus gunnii is one of the most popular hardy varieties of eucalyptus, which thrives in our climate.

    Eucalyptus gunnii 'Cider gum'

    Cider Gum, Gum Tree
    $2.35

    Out of stock

    With silvery-blue, rounded young leaves that give way to glaucous, sickle-shaped adult foliage and smooth whitish-green bark that is shed annually in late summer. This magnificent Eucalyptus is one of the most popular hardy varieties of eucalyptus.
  5. This architectural and eye catching plant bears generously clusters of ivory-white blooms.

    Eupatorium fistulosum f. albidum 'Ivory Towers'

    Hollow Joe Pye weed, Queen of the Meadow
    $3.42

    Out of stock

    Introduced in 2010, Eupatorium ‘Ivory Towers’ is relatively new to our gardens. This architectural plant bears generously clusters of ivory-white blooms which are long-lasting and beloved by butterflies. Given an early sowing, will flower the first year.
  6. Euphorbia mellifera is an evergreen shrub is grown as much for its foliage as its deliciously scented bronze tinted flowers.

    Euphorbia mellifera

    Honey Spurge
    $4.03
    Euphorbia mellifera is grown as much for its foliage as its deliciously scented flowers. A magnificent euphorbia with stiff stems strung with whorls of bright green leaves, topped in spring with small, honey-scented, bronze-tinted flowers.
  7. Euphorbia myrsinites is a charming plant that deserves to be better known.

    Euphorbia myrsinites

    Myrtle Spurge
    $2.96
    Euphorbia myrsinites is a charming plant, a prostrate-growing evergreen with trailing stems that are clad in spiraling grey-blue leaves. An easy, tough, tidy groundcover and one of the most useful and highly ornamentally plants to grow in the garden.
  8. Euphorbias give us some of the best early spring herbaceous colour, but Euphorbia polychroma has the most impact.

    Euphorbia polychroma

    Cushion spurge, Many-coloured spurge.
    $2.66
    Euphorbias give us some of the best early spring herbaceous colour, but Euphorbia polychroma has the most impact. This compact variety grows to only 50cm with a great mound of yellow-green flowers in spring and echoes the daffodils.
  9. New varieties of golden yellow flowers are always welcome: they bring a little zing to the garden and bring the borders to life.

    Euphorbia schillingii

    Schillingii’s Spurge.
    $2.35
    Collected from Eastern Nepal by Tony Schilling, Euphorbia schillingii, is prized for its unique chartreuse flower heads, textural foliage, and garden structure. The golden-yellow bracts look like stars from a distance and bring a little zing to the garden.
  10. Snake's head fritillaries always excite attention wherever they are seen.

    Fritillaria meleagris

    Snake's Head Fritillary, Chequered Lily,
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $3.42

    Out of stock

    Snake's head fritillaries always excite attention wherever they are seen. None of the other lovely members of the fritillaria genus can match this native wildflower for the bizarre and unmistakable colouring of its bell-shaped flowers.
  11. It is a good choice for livening up formal knot gardens and evergreen borders, as well as picking and popping in a vase.
    $2.96
    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
  12. 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.
    $2.66
    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.
  13. Get out the dark glasses – Geranium psilostemon has the most uncompromising colour of screaming magenta!

    Geranium psilostemon

    Armenian crane's-bill
    $4.48
    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.
  14. Lady Stratheden is a grand old lady who has graced our gardens for over 80 years and is still going strong.
    $2.20
    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.
  15. 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.
    $2.20
    '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.
  16. Gunnera is one of the biggest and most spectacular, architectural, herbaceous plants, commonly thought of as giant rhubarb.

    Gunnera manicata

    Giant Rhubarb
    Gunnera is one of the biggest and most spectacular, architectural, herbaceous plants. With gigantic, deeply lobed, deep green leaves, they look best standing as specimen plants or beside a large pond where the reflections reveal the undersides of the leaves
  17. Helichrysum italicum is an easy to care for silver-leaved perennial. Endowed with interesting shapes and textures it provides contrast among green-leafed plants.

    Helichrysum italicum

    Italian Helichrysum, The Curry Plant
    $2.66
    Helichrysum italicum is an easy to care for silver-leaved, perennial. In addition to its lovely light silveriness the foliage is endowed with interesting textures which provides contrast among green-leafed plants and the clusters of yellow flowers are useful for cutting.
  18. Helichrysum thianshanicum is a superb silver leaved evergreen, subshrub

    Helichrysum thianshanicum

    Silver spike or Icicle plant. Marketed as 'Goldkind'
    $2.96

    From the Tian Shan Mountains of northern China comes this tough little subshrub that is among the finest expressions of silver foliage to be found. Helichrysum thianshanicum is a superb silver leaved evergreen, subshrub that forms a tight mound of eye-catching silver foliage.

  19. With bowl shaped, nodding flowers the colour of 'Granny Smith' apples, the Corsican Hellebore is an unmistakable plant

    Helleborus argutifolius 'Corsican Hellebore'

    Corsican Rose, Holly Leafed Hellebore
    $2.66
    With bowl shaped, nodding flowers the colour of 'Granny Smith' apples, the Corsican Hellebore is an unmistakable plant. Its stout stems, deep green, leathery leaves and large heads of flowers mark it apart from all other hellebores. Easy to grow in sun or shade.
  20. White Flowers....despite being called the "Black Hellebore"

    Helleborus niger

    Christmas Rose, Christmas Hellebore, Black Hellebore
    $2.35
    Helleborus niger is smaller and more compact than any of its relatives and is the first in bloom, producing a succession of delicate white flowers throughout winter. It is a welcome sight when the snow thaws to see something so pretty in bloom.
  21. Helleborus sternii 'Blackthorn Strain'

    Helleborus sternii 'Blackthorn Strain'

    Christmas Rose, Christmas Hellebore
    $3.72
    'Blackthorn Strain' is a carefully selected seed strain, with delicate pink flowers backed with pink and green, the stems, petioles and often the anthers are an enchanting ripe berry rose. The saw-toothed foliage is pewter-blue above, burgundy-grey beneath.
  22. Heuchera 'Palace Purple' is a small but striking plant with plush, shiny, rich purple foliage.

    Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple'

    Coral Bells, Alumroot
    $2.20
    'Palace Purple' is a small but striking plant with plush, shiny, rich purple foliage. Although the colour is at its very best in early summer, it is retained all year. In midsummer the plants flower, with short, upright stems of small, creamy white, bell flowers.
  23. The large blue-green leaves each with wide yellow margins can easily reach dinner-plate proportions.
    $2.66
    Like most first loves, 'Frances Williams' holds a special place in the hearts of many hosta lovers. The large thick quilted leaves are heart-shaped and can easily reach dinner-plate proportions. The flowers which are pale lilac-white follow on tall spires in summer.
  24. Grown primarily for its beautiful foliage which provides colour, contrast and texture.
    $4.94
    The queen of all the large blue hostas, Hosta sieboldiana elegans makes a bold statement in the garden. Introduced in 1905 it is still the standard for steely foliage. The huge, sculptural, blue-green leaves make a dramatic full stop in a pot or the garden.

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