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Agapanthus africanus Blue
$ 2.47
Lily of the Nile

The Agapanthus or Blue African Lily is one of the aristocrats of the late summer garden. Requiring only the minimum of care, the exotic combination of graceful foliage and stunning flowers is equally impressive in the border or large planter. This is a lovely plant to grow and they are very easy from seed.

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Agapanthus comptonii 'Headbourne Hybrids'
$ 3.15
Lily of the Nile
Raised by the Hon. Lewis Palmer in the late 1940s in his garden at Headbourne Worthy, Hampshire. The Headbourne Hybrids is a very special strain, being both one of the hardiest that you can grow and the most “violet” blue available. RHS AGM
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Agapanthus hybrid 'Peter Pan'
$ 5.02
Lily of the Nile, Dwarf cultivar

The Agapanthus is one of the aristocrats of the late summer garden. 'Peter Pan Blue' is a fine dwarf hybrid with neat clumps of leaves and large clusters of light- blue flowerheads. The exotic combination of graceful foliage and stunning flowers is equally impressive in the border or container.

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Ajuga genevensis
$ 3.15
Geneva Bugle

Ajuga genevensis is used throughout the world yet this relatively uncommon form is less well known. This very well behaved, evergreen groundcover has deep gentian blue flower spikes and is by far the showiest of the species. It is often the plant of choice for smaller areas or along edges and pathways.

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Ajuga reptans
$ 3.32
Bugle. Thunder and Lightning,

For most of the year Ajuga is a pleasant, quiet achiever, a very versatile low growing ground cover, with evergreen, rosette-like foliage that hugs the ground like an evergreen carpet but those weeks in spring when the blue flowers appear are simply quite magical.

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Anchusa arvensis
$ 2.13
Alkanet, Bugloss, Summer forget-me-not
Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

Anchusa arvensis is an annual wildflower that produces compact sprays of blue flowers from April to September. Rich in nectar and pollen, they are much loved by almost all bee species. Characterised as a companion of old culture it can be added to wildflower gardens to bring its own brand of natural diversity.

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Aquilegia alpina
$ 2.13
Alpine or Mountain Columbine

Aquilegia alpina is a species-columbine that rivals the fanciest cultivars and has been grown in gardens for as long as the idea of gardening has existed. It is a clump-forming perennial with deep blue-green, downy foliage and vibrant violet blue nodding flowers in late spring and early summer.

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Aquilegia flabellata “Mini-Star”
$ 2.81
Aquilegia akitensis, Fan Columbine
‘Ministar’ is an outstanding dwarf variety of columbine from Japan. With bright blue flowers with a white corolla in late spring and stands only 20cm tall. Very hardy, it is one of the best selections for rock gardens, troughs and well-drained edges at walls or paths
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Aquilegia oxysepala var. yabeana
$ 2.47
Aquilegia yabeana

Originating from the mountains of Japan, Aquilegia yabeana is a most amazing species. From May to July it carries long spurred, nodding flowers of the deepest inky blue. It can withstand temperatures down to minus 40°C (40°F) and will reliably return each spring, no matter how cold our winters are!

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Aquilegia x hybrida, “Blue Star”
$ 2.13
Long-Spured Columbine

The 'Star' series was bred to have “upward facing” flowers; it is similar to the Mckana varieties but in single colours. With violet-blue petals with a pure white corolla, this early summer cottage garden favourite produces striking, long spurred blooms year after year.

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Aubrieta deltoidea 'Royal Blue'
$ 2.04
False Rockcress, Aubrietia
Aubretia at its bluest. It forms a low cushion of evergreen leaves that are smothered by blue flowers for weeks. Perfect for a rock garden in sun or part shade, used as a ground cover, growing over rock walls or in alpine troughs or containers. RHS AGM.
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Betonica officinalis
Formerly Stachys officinalis, Wood Betony, Bishopswort. Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

This pretty little wildflower is a slow growing, long-lived plant with attractive spikes of rich pink-mauve flowers that are very attractive to bees and butterflies as a nectar source. The flowers, which rise from dark green crinkly leaves, keep their colour throughout summer and look stunning when growing en-masse.

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Borage, Blue Borage, Borago officinalis
Starting at: $ 1.70
Starflower, Bee Bread, Blue Borage

Borage is one of the most reliable sources of blue flowers, often flowering lavishly for weeks after sowing. The beautiful blue star-shaped flowers are edible and very important for bees, providing pollen and nectar in prodigious amounts.

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Borage, Blue, Borago officinalis, Organic
$ 2.30
Starflower, Bee Bread, Blue Borage
The beautiful blue star-shaped flowers of Borage are edible with a cool cucumber flavour. Use them as garnish in fruit cups, summer drinks, wines and Pimms. Garden visitors can be converted to herbal advocates simply by offering a taste of its flower! Organic Seeds.
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Campanula persicifolia
$ 1.96
Peach-leaved Bellflower

Campanula persicifolia is an old-fashioned cottage garden flower of great charm. From late spring to early summer the tall stems of wide-open blue bell flowers appear regularly. The flowers are held above the mound of leaves on tall, straight stems, making them ideal for cutting.

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