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  1. Alcea ficifolia produce many upright stems emerging from the base, resulting in a bushy form.

    Alcea ficifolia 'Happy Lights'

    The Antwerp or Fig-leaved Hollyhock
    £1.95

    Out of stock

    Alcea ficifolia is reliably perennial and unlike the biennial forms which produce a single spire, they produce many upright stems, resulting in a bushy form. ‘Happy Lights’ is a beautiful strain, a bold blend of white, pink, purple, red, and yellow blooms. If sown early they will bloom in their first year.

  2. Alcea ficifolia produces large, single saucer shaped flowers that are 8 to 12cm wide from May to October.

    Alcea ficifolia 'Henry Vlll' Yellow

    The Antwerp or Fig-leaved Hollyhock
    £1.65

    Alcea ficifolia is a most impressive plant, reliably perennial, it produces many upright stems resulting in a bushy form. The 'Henry Vlll' series is highly valued for its vigor and reliability, they produce huge, single butter-yellow, saucer shaped flowers that grow up to 15cm (6in) wide.

  3. The unpretentious Lady's Mantle is extremely useful for both its foliage and its flowers.

    Alchemilla mollis 'Lady's Mantle'

    'Thriller', 'Irish Silk', Lady’s Mantle
    £1.45
    The unpretentious lady's mantle is extremely useful for both its foliage and its flowers. The foliage has the additional virtue of looking especially beautiful after a rain, when it holds water droplets in the pleats of its surface like many pearls of liquid mercury.
  4. Amaranthus caudatus ‘viridis’ is the gorgeous green form of the popular drooping amaranthus.

    Amaranthus caudatus viridis

    Emerald Tassels
    £1.25

    Amaranthus caudatus viridis is the green form of the popular drooping amaranthus. The lime green flowers, which slowly fade to cream as they age, form dramatic tassel-like panicles which can grow to 60cm long and seem to drip from the branches in profusion throughout summer and early autumn.

  5. ‘Mariska’ is a little known but hardy and compact variety of Dill.
    £1.15

    ‘Mariska’ is a little known but hardy and compact variety of Dill. With starry bright yellow flower heads, abundant foliage and growing to only 60cm, this well behaved smaller dill is an excellent variety for use as a cut flower filler and is a great variety for the kitchen garden, windowsill or container.

  6. Corn chamomile are lovely plants for a sunny well-drained border.

    Anthemis arvensis 'Corn Chamomile'

    Field Chamomile
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

    Starting at: £0.95

    The corn chamomiles are lovely plants for a sunny well-drained border, covered with bright, single daisy-like flowers and attractive ferny grey-green foliage throughout the main summer season. An ideal plant for naturalised plantings, wild flower meadows or just a wild part of your garden.

  7. Asphodeline lutea is an easy to grow perennial that has great architectural form.

    Asphodeline lutea

    King's Spear, Yellow Jacob's Rod
    £2.25

    Asphodeline lutea is an easy to grow perennial that has great architectural form. The overall impression is distinctly upright, so it is good for adding vertical interest to the garden. In early summer leafy stems arise that bear dense, unbranched cylindrical spikes of gorgeous yellow, star-shaped flowers.

  8. Bupleurum rotundifolium 'Griffithii'
    £1.35

    This wonderfully intriguing annual makes a great companion plant for showier flowers in the garden or the vase, the blooms of chartreuse green bring out the colours of other flowers, especially bright ones. Easily grown from seed, it is a particularly unique dried or cut flower.

  9. Caltha palustris is believed to be one of our most ancient native plants.

    Caltha palustris

    Kingcup, Marsh Marigold
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.65
    'Caltha palustris, commonly called Marsh Marigold is one of the most cheerful native plants to adorn the edges of a pond or stream and possesses the added benefit of flowering in the shade. The plant’s yellow flowers and dark green shiny leaves cheer up the otherwise barren landscape as winter recedes.
  10. Ylang-Ylang which means 'flowers of flowers', and is among the most celebrated flowering trees in the world.

    Cananga odorata 'Ylang-Ylang'

    The Perfume Tree, Alangilang, Ilang Ilang.
    £2.15

    Out of stock

    These rare seeds are for the world famous Cananga odorata tree. 'Ylang-Ylang' which means 'flowers of flowers', and is among the most celebrated flowering trees in the world. The blossoms are distilled to obtain 'cananga oil' which is used to manufacture the world famous Chanel No. 5.

  11. Golden-yellow shaggy thistle-like blooms on strong stems are followed by attractive seed heads.

    Centaurea macrocephala

    Great Headed Centaury
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.45

    Centaurea macrocephala is a magnificent perennial that ideal for providing vertical interest in a sunny, well-drained herbaceous border. The golden-yellow shaggy thistle-like blooms are on strong stems and mid-green, lance-shaped leaves are followed by attractive seed heads.

  12. This uncommon Clematis is a graceful, vigorous and very floriferous climber. Flowering only three months after sowing it is very easy to grow.

    Clematis tangutica 'Radar Love'

    (It has no Common Name)
    £1.50

    This uncommon Clematis is a graceful, vigorous and very floriferous climber. During summer and all the way through to autumn the plant is covered with canary yellow nodding lanterns. In the autumn the flowers turn into beautiful large tufts of long silvery, silky seed heads that are just as ornamental.

  13. Coleus blumei 'Wizard Mixed'

    Starting at: £1.25

    The 'Wizard' Series is an excellent example of the new developments of coleus, it is the best seed raised strain for bedding and containers. From the brilliant apricot-bronze Sunset, to red-veined maroon Velvet Red, each is a distinctive work of art. The heart-shaped leaves show their colour early and keeps its hues right through the worst summer heat and humidity. Available in single colours or as a mix.

  14. Their dazzling display of large, golden yellow daisy like flowers begins in late spring and continues throughout the summer.
    £1.35

    Coreopsis 'Mayfield Giants’ are one the tallest and most robust of all the Coreopsis cultivars, their dazzling display of large, golden yellow daisy like flowers begins in late spring and continues throughout the summer. Very easily grown, a hardier, more beautiful flower would be difficult to find.

  15. Sunray is a newcomer to the numerous coreopsis offerings, with double flowers they grow to about 45 to 50cm in height.
    £1.45

    Out of stock

    Coreopsis‘Sunray’ is a newcomer to the numerous coreopsis offerings, with double flowers this shorter variety grows to around 45 to 50cm in height. When it comes to all out colour Coreopsis Sunray is hard to beat, they are very easily grown are pest resistant and will flower the first year from an early sowing.

  16. Cosmos bipinnatus 'Xanthos' is a totally new cosmos that's causing rather a stir in horticultural circles.

    Cosmos bipinnatus 'Xanthos'

    The Mexican Aster
    £1.95

    Cosmos bipinnatus 'Xanthos' is a new cosmos that's causing rather a stir in horticultural circles. Introduced for the 2016 season, it adds a completely new colour to the Cosmos range. Unique soft-yellow blooms are produced in profusion on compact dwarf plants. Growing to a height of 60cm tall, this truly exceptional Cosmos has already been granted one of the most prestigious horticultural awards, a Fleuroselect Gold Medal.

  17. Dianthus caryophyllus, 'Grenadin Yellow'
    £1.65

    With delicate primrose yellow blooms, Dianthus caryophyllus, 'Grenadin Yellow' are displayed profusely on slender, sturdy stems from late spring through midsummer. Hardy, tough and very easy to grow, Dianthus can be grown in any garden with a sunny aspect and a rich, well drained soil.

  18. Extremely hardy, Digitalis grandiflora is one of the toughest and best performers of all the foxgloves.
    £1.25
    Digitalis grandiflora is one of the few truly perennial foxgloves. Extremely hardy and one of the best performers. Bearing upright stalks of beautiful creamy-yellow bells through the summer, the lovely soft shade allows this plant to blend with almost anything in the garden.
  19. Echinacea paradoxa

    Echinacea paradoxa

    Yellow Coneflower
    £1.85

    Echinacea paradoxa is a true paradox – a rare and highly unusual yellow variety of the much loved “Purple Coneflower”. With large, yellow ray flowers and the classical raised cone, the blooms are slightly fragrant and make excellent cut flowers. Echinacea paradoxa is a beautiful, elegant and easy plant to grow.

  20. Eranthis hyemalis, the Winter Aconite beam a golden glow into the garden at a time when the sun rarely breaks through the clouds.
    £1.85
    Eranthis hyemalis are often the first flowers to appear, they beam a golden glow into the garden at a time when the sun rarely breaks through the clouds. Happy in the light grass that is typical under trees, a carpet of them in is a fantastic and spirit-lifting sight.
  21. Erysimum cheiri, Cheiranthus cheiri, 'Golden Bedder'
    £1.45

    The Bedder series is an old-fashioned variety. Growing to around 25 to 30cm, with a neat and compact habit, Golden Bedder Wallflowers are ideal for edging, low bedding and patio containers or where border space is limited. Very floriferous and very easy to grow

  22. Growing to around 25 to 30cm, with a neat and compact habit, this variety is very floriferous, easy to grow and very "cottage garden."
    £1.45

    Clusters of clove-scented, delicate, primrose yellow flowers appear from March to May above the lance-shaped, dark green leaves. Growing to around 25 to 30cm, with a neat and compact habit, Primrose Bedder Wallflowers are ideal for edging, low bedding and patio containers or where border space is limited.

  23. Erythronium grandiflorum is a rarely offered species native to west North America.

    Erythronium grandiflorum

    Yellow Avalanche Lily, Glacier Lily
    £2.95
    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.
  24. Evening Primrose, Oenothera biennis

    Evening Primrose, Oenothera biennis

    Evening Primrose, Herb Primrose, King's cure-all
    Wildflower of Europe
    £1.25

    Evening Primrose is a classic plant, with its beautiful yellow flowers is a feast for the eyes as well as the stomach. The whole plant is edible: leaves can be cooked as greens and the nutty-flavoured roots can be boiled and eaten like potatoes, parsnips, or salsify. The flowers make a lovely salad garnish.

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