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  1. The rich green foliage has a fern-like appearance that is just as much the star as those wonderful golden umbels.

    Achillea ageratum 'Moonwalker'

    Sweet Yarrow, Sweet Nancy, Sweet Maudlin
    £1.75

    There are so many plants which steal the show in a way which is more subtle than just big wonderful blooms. Achillea ‘Moonwalker’ is one such plant. Growing to just 60cm tall, the rich green foliage has a fern-like appearance that is just as much the star as those wonderful golden umbels.

  2. Achillea filipendulina ‘Cloth of Gold’ requires full sun for best flower production, but, this is little to ask for such a grand reward.
    Achillea filipendulina ‘Cloth of Gold’ is an easy to grow plant which tolerates a fair amount of neglect which makes it a very versatile plant for use in many situations. It does require full sun for best flower production, but this is little to ask for such a grand reward.
  3. Achillea ‘Cerise Queen’ is a carefree and generously blooming perennial with flat-topped clusters of vibrant, magenta-pink flowers with tiny white centers.

    Achillea ‘Cerise Queen’ is a carefree and generously blooming perennial which requires little maintenance to create an explosion of late summer colour. The large, flat-topped clusters of vibrant, pink flowers with tiny white centers are irresistible to butterflies, and also make excellent cut flowers.

  4. Achillea 'Colorado Mix' produces clusters of flowers in shades of pink, red, yellow, white and apricot.
    £1.35

    Achillea ‘Colorado Mix’ is a compact variety growing to only 60cm (24in) tall at maturity. Flowering in shades of pink, red, yellow, white and apricot, the narrow fern-like foliage will soften your perennial border and the plants are suitable for pots or containers. The flowers are as gorgeous dried as they are fresh.

  5. Achellea 'F2 Summer Berries' is a carefree and generously blooming perennial
    £1.65

    Achilleas are traditional border flowers valued for their feathery foliage and striking flat, circular heads of flowers ‘F2 Summer Berries’ is a compact variety growing to only 60cm tall at maturity. This beautiful improved mixture includes the richer tones of red, cerise and pink in addition to many pastel shades.

  6. With a soft mix of pastel coloured flowers ‘Summer Pastels’ flowers in abundance from spring to first frosts.
    £1.85

    Achillea is a joy to the gardener for its undemanding adaptive nature and its eagerness to perform. ‘Summer Pastels’, with a soft mix of pastel coloured flowers is very easy to grow, flowering in just four months from sowing and producing flowers in abundance from spring to first frosts.

  7. Achillea ptarmica 'The Pearl' flowers in only three months from seed.
    A favourite of garden designer Gertrude Jekyll. The 'Pearl' is excellent for the middle of a sunny, well-drained border, especially when planted as a large drift. A unique, easy and reliable plant to add to any border.
  8. Achillea sibirica var. camtschatica 'Love Parade' has dense clusters of large flat-topped soft pink flowers

    Achillea sibirica var. camtschatica 'Love Parade'

    Siberian Yarrow, Kamchatka Yarrow
    £2.25

    Achillea sibirica var. camtschatica 'Love Parade' is an upright, tufted, perennial yarrow that is native to Siberia. Very different from the common yarrow, with dense clusters of large flat-topped soft pink flowers and glossy, dark green, fern-like leaves, they remain attractive throughout the growing season.

  9. Agave mckelveyana, 'McKelvey's Century Plant'

    Agave mckelveyana, 'McKelvey's Century Plant'

    McKelvey's Century Plant, Dwarf Century Plant
    £2.40

    Out of stock

    Agave mckelvyana is a small, relatively rare, dwarf species of Agave from western Arizona. This little beauty forms a tight rosette of broad, bluish green, fleshy leaves with small teeth. It is one of the hardiest agaves, can take winter rain and is tolerant of drought and severe freezes.

  10. Agave utahensis is an uncommon plant, native to the east of the Mojave Desert

    Agave Mixed Species

    American Aloe (It is not an Aloe)
    £2.25

    Out of stock

    Agave is a stylish succulent that is often used as feature plants in Mediterranean and modern style landscapes and has long been highlighted in magazines and television shows. They are one of the easiest plants to establish and maintain and make a bold statement in any garden.

  11. Agrostemma githago

    Agrostemma githago

    Corncockle. Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

    Starting at: £1.10

    Once a common sight, Corncockle bears large, soft purple-pink flowers in the summer. It is a 'cottage garden' plant of old and makes a great wildflower meadow or garden plant. The graceful stems are ideal for cutting and last well in the vase.

  12. With deep true gentian blue flower spikes Ajuga genevensis is by far the showiest of the species.

    Ajuga genevensis

    Geneva Bugle
    £1.85

    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.

  13. For most of the year Ajuga is a pleasant quiet achiever, but those weeks in spring when the blue flowers appear are simply quite magical.

    Ajuga reptans

    Bugle. Thunder and Lightning,
    £1.95

    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.

  14. From a distance the steely blue flowers of Amsonia hubrichtii have an almost lily-like appearance.

    Amsonia hubrichtii

    Threadleaf Bluestar, Arkansas Bluestar
    £2.25

    The muted slate-blue flowers and slender blue-green leaves of Amsonia hubrichtii create a perfect foil for those summer perennials that love the limelight. In autumn Amsonia hubrichtii reaches its true glory when the leaves and stems turn brilliant gold.

  15. One of the loveliest of Amsonia, Amsonia tabernaemontana 'Blue Star' is easier to cultivate than it is to pronounce

    Amsonia tabernaemontana

    Eastern Bluestar
    £2.55

    One of the loveliest of the species, Amsonia tabernaemontana is a rarely seen, easy to grow perennial that gives reliable performance year after year. It will create a massive impact when their flower buds open to reveal elegant blue flowers in spring and summer, and will provide shining colour in autumn. Long-lived and adaptable, this attractive and unusual addition to the border warrants more inclusion in our gardens.

  16. Easy to grow and trouble free, team Anchusa capensis 'Blue Angel' with other annuals or perennials for eye-popping combinations.

    Anchusa capensis 'Blue Angel'

    Dwarf Anchusa, Summer Forget-Me-Not
    £1.55

    Perfect for any sunny spot that needs a burst of colour. Anchusa capensis ‘Blue Angel’ is prized for its long blooming flowers. The brilliant clusters of intense cobalt blue flowers will brighten up any space. Team with other annuals and perennials for eye-popping combinations.

  17. Anchusa italica 'Dropmore' spikes of rich gentian blue, giant forget-me-not type flowers

    Anchusa italica 'Dropmore'

    Aka Anchusa azurea or Italian Bugloss
    £1.95

    Anchusa italica is a wonderfully statuesque plant with vibrant, gentian blue flowers, dense foliage and lance shaped mid green leaves. 'Dropmore' is a 1905 selection that is still available today. They will thrive in a sunny border and make a great companion to rich plums and purple tones.

  18. Noted for its deep sapphire-blue flowers that are extremely attractive to wildlife, Anchusa is a relative of borage.

    Anchusa officinalis

    Dyer's Bugloss, True Alkanet, Bugloss
    Wildflower of Europe
    £1.65

    Anchusa officinalis is noted for its deep sapphire-blue flowers that are extremely attractive to wildlife. This relative of borage blooms from late spring right through until first frosts. In the garden it can be used as part of wildlife friendly planting scheme, they are much loved by almost all bee species.

  19. Wood Anemones growing on a south-facing edge of a wood all turn their heads to follow the sun from east to west.

    Anemone nemorosa 'Wood Anemone'

    Windflower
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.95
    This lovely woodlander makes a striking impact in the spring garden. The Irish-born exponent of wild gardening, William Robinson, adored Anemone nemorosa. Writing in his English Flower Garden in 1883, he begins by saying "there is little need to plead for their culture".
  20. Affectionately known as the Snowdrop Anemone, Anemone sylvestris is a charming perennial with satiny white flowers.
    £1.75

    Affectionately known as the Snowdrop Anemone, Anemone sylvestris is a charming perennial with satiny white flowers. Blooming in spring, the buds emerge on bent stems, dangling downwards like snowdrops. As the flowers start to open the stems straighten and the flowers face outwards to soak up the spring sunshine and attract pollinators to its scented flowers.

  21. Annual Ornamental Grasses Mix

    Starting at: £2.95

    With a range of interesting colours, heights and textures, annual ornamental grasses are very easy to grow. Many have graceful, pendant, nodding flowers which are extremely useful in the garden and are a dream for flower arrangers.

  22. Arabis alpina subsp. caucasica 'Grandiflora Rosea'

    Arabis alpina subsp. caucasica 'Grandiflora Rosea'

    Wall Cress or Mountain Rockcress
    £1.45

    Arabis is a very popular and useful plant and one of the best for the rockery. It is related to Aubrieta and is used in a similar fashion. 'Grandiflora Rosea' is a pink flowered cultivar that makes a good groundcover, it can be used in borders and is excellent for trailing over the edges of containers, over stones or down walls.

  23. It can be used in borders and is excellent for trailing over the edges of containers, over stones or down walls.

    Arabis alpina subsp. caucasica 'Snowcap'

    syn A. alpina 'Schneehaube'
    Wall, White or Mountain Rockcress
    £1.45
    One of the earliest spring flowers to appear, Arabis 'Snowcap' with dense masses of snow-white flowers looks wonderful in containers or under spring-blooming bulbs, the pretty white flowers will fill the void when yearning for blooms is tugging at your core.
  24. A well grown specimen can be covered in hundreds of flowers which are sweetly scented and long-lasting.

    Arabis blepharophylla 'Spring Charm'

    syn A. blepharophylla Fruhlingszauber
    Coast Rock Cress, Rose Rock Cress.
    £1.45
    Arabis 'Spring Charm' gives masses of bright clusters of rosy-pink flowers. It resembles and is related to Aubrieta and is used in a similar fashion. A good groundcover, it is excellent for trailing over the edges of containers, over stones or down walls.

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