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  1. The grey-white stems of Artemisia ludoviciana bear fine fuzzy silvery foliage that is fragrant and soft.

    Artemisia ludoviciana

    Louisiana sage
    £1.75

    Prized for its beautiful silvery foliage, the fine grey-white stems of Artemisia ludoviciana bear silvery-white leaves that are fragrant, fuzzy and soft. This finely textured plant adds a different element to the garden, the texture and leaf form setting them apart from those other garden plants with rather less refined foliage.

  2. Artemisia stelleriana 'Mori's Strain', also known as 'Boughton Silver' is a superior, dense, mat-forming selection.

    Artemisia stelleriana 'Mori's Strain'

    Also known as 'Boughton Silver'
    £2.25

    Artemisia stelleriana 'Mori's Strain' is a superior, dense, mat-forming selection. Uniquely shaped silver-white felted leaves with deeply divided, rounded lobes, it forms very attractive low mounds, giving an attractive ground-hugging carpet. Its foliage makes a wonderful foil for more colourful flowering plants.

  3. Cerastium tomentosum var. columnae
    £1.10

    'Snow in Summer' lives up to its name in late spring when the foliage is smothered in luminous white flowers. Beautiful used as a path edging, in a stone wall or cascading over containers. Try it amongst your spring bulbs - tall lily flowering tulips above a dense carpet of white Cerastium… Breathtaking!

  4. This beautiful highly versatile, aristocratic border plant has become very much in vogue in recent years.

    Cerinthe major purpurascens

    Blue Shrimp Plant, Honeywort, Blue Wax Flower
    £1.45

    This beautiful highly versatile, aristocratic border plant has become very much in vogue in recent years. Oval, fleshy blue-green leaves spiral up the stem with tightly packed, sea blue bracts - and then the finale - small clusters of rich purple-blue tubular, nodding flowers which are adored by bees.

  5. Cineraria maritima candicans
    £1.15

    Gardeners everywhere have created their own original designs using the attractive foliage of Dusty Miller. The young leaves are slightly lobed like oak leaves, as the plants mature, they become deeply cut, paler in colour and are covered in a silvery grey fleece. Ideal for edging, mixed baskets and containers.

  6. Whether you are into the culinary arts or edible landscapes, you may want to put this plant at the top of your list.
    Whether you are into the culinary arts or edible landscapes, you may want to put this plant at the top of your list. Chosen by the RHS as one of the top plants of the last 200 years, Cardoons are aristocrats in both the ornamental and the vegetable world.
  7. Digitalis purpurea heywoodii 'Silver Fox' is an elegant and rare foxglove that is ideal for borders or containers.
    £2.25

    Digitalis 'Silver Fox' is one of the most beautiful dwarf Foxgloves for the cottage garden and border. Growing to just 60 to 70cm tall, the creamy-white speckled bells are flushed with soft lavender-pink. An elegant and rare foxglove that is ideal for borders or containers.

  8. One of my favourites for the back row and I love the prickly blue balls in July.
    One of my favourites for the back row. The rounded, violet-blue flower heads on silvery, branched, leafy stems are actually much softer than they look. An unusual colour and structure, so a great conversation piece and an excellent dried flower.
  9. Eryngium giganteum 'Miss Willmott's Ghost' reaches its peak in a blaze of silver, the extravagantly jagged ruff to each flower veined with pale buff as it dries.
    £1.65
    I love the drama of big spiky plants. The most elaborately formed flowers belong to Eryngium giganteum 'Miss Willmott’s Ghost'. As the summer moves to its later stages, the whole plant reaches its peak in a blaze of silver. The plant will reward you with a glamorous late-summer display.
  10. 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
    £1.65
    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.
  11. Euphorbia myrsinites is a charming plant that deserves to be better known.

    Euphorbia myrsinites

    Myrtle Spurge
    £1.95
    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.
  12. Dainty diminutive Festuca glauca is one of the most tactile of the evergreen grasses.

    Diminutive Festuca glauca makes a tight mound of steely blue, needle-like blades and is one of the most tactile of the evergreen grasses. Planted as a specimen or in swathes across a garden, the colour is so unexpected it can't help but catch the eye.

  13. 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
    £1.75
    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.
  14. The plant forms a tight mound of eye-catching silver foliage, around 45cm tall by 60cm wide.

    Helichrysum thianshanicum

    Silver spike or Icicle plant. Marketed as 'Goldkind'
    £1.95

    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.

  15. The deepest purple of all lavenders is 'Hidcote' is a compact variety, suitable for growing in borders or as dwarf hedging.
    £1.45
    The deepest purple of all and one of the most popular lavenders is 'Hidcote Blue'. A compact variety, suitable for growing in borders or as dwarf hedging, with dense silver-grey foliage covered in fragrant, dark purple-blue flower spikes in mid-summer.
  16. Also called True Lavender or Fine Lavender. The fragrant flowers have been used in perfumes, poultices and potpourris for centuries.

    Lavandula angustifolia 'Lavender Vera'

    True English Lavender, Old English Lavender

    Starting at: £1.45

    Lavendula angustifolia is an excellent plant for low informal hedging and as a specimen evergreen for borders and formal gardens. Flowering generally begins from mid to late June to early July. The flowers have a rich sweet scent and are highly attractive to bees and other beneficial insects.

  17. Munstead Lavender is named from Munstead Woods, the home of famous garden designer Gertrude Jekyll.

    Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead Dwarf'

    Dwarf English Lavender, Hedge Lavender

    Munstead Lavender is a fragrant robust English lavender that, due to its short size and tightly held blooms, makes a great hedge. It flowers profusely in the spring, after which a good pruning will provide an attractive grey bush with highly aromatic leaves.

  18. Lavender stoechas is favourite both for its intense fragrance and for the short dense flower spikes.

    Lavandula stoechas 'French Lavender'

    Butterfly Lavender, Spanish Lavender (US)
    £1.25
    Lavender stoechas is an old variety, cultivated for more than 400 years, it is a favourite both for its intense fragrance and for the short dense flower spikes. French Lavender blooms from spring to frost and has a good clean scent.
  19. Edelweiss is much loved as the traditional symbol of the Alps. It is the Swiss national flower.
    £1.45

    Leontopodium alpinum is much loved as the traditional symbol of the Alps and the unofficial national flower of Switzerland. Commonly known as Edelweiss, the plants have matt, grey-green foliage, which makes the perfect backdrop for the remarkable white starfish shaped felted bracts.

  20. Rose Campion has silvery-grey felted leaves and lax sprays of long-stalked, vivid rose-purple flowers in late summer.

    Lychnis coronaria 'Rose Campion'

    Bloody Mary, Corn Rose
    £1.10
    With silvery-grey felted leaves and lax sprays of long-stalked, vivid rose-purple flowers in late summer, Rose Campion flowers with a big showy display that maintains interest at a time when many other plants are flagging. A very useful plant in the garden.
  21. Lychnis can be grown as a border plant or as part of a mixed perennial display.

    Lychnis coronaria alba 'White Rose Campion'

    Dusty Miller, Silene coronaria
    £1.10
    Lychnis can be grown as a border plant or as part of a mixed perennial display. It that maintains interest in the border at a time when many other plants are flagging. Rosettes of soft silver-grey woolly foliage make it a very useful plant in the garden.
  22. Lychnis coronaria var. occulata

    Lychnis coronaria var. occulata

    Also marketed as 'Angel Blush'
    £1.45

    Lychnis coronaria occulata is an unusual and pretty coloured variety of Lychnis. The pure white flowers with a soft pink eye bloom freely on lax sprays of branching stems of soft silver-grey foliage Rarely available from seed they are easily grown in a sunny, well drained position.

  23. Russian Sage is one of the great garden plants of all time. 'Taiga' is the first available as a first year flowering perennial.
    £2.95

    Russian Sage is one of the great garden plants of all time, but if you've been frustrated by their floppy nature, this new variety will be a welcome addition. Growing to about 60 to 75cm tall, Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Taiga' is also the first Russian sage available as a first year flowering perennial.

  24. Salvia argentea is prized for its spectacular, large, furry silver-grey leaves.
    £2.85

    Out of stock

    Salvia argentea is prized for its spectacular, large, furry silver-grey leaves. The plants form an attractive mound that provide a dramatic background for colourful summer flowers. It complements purple or magenta flowers and looks gorgeous in a ‘white’ garden.

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