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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
    €2.34

    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' Pink

    The Antwerp or Fig-leaved Hollyhock
    €1.98

    Alcea ficifolia is a lesser known perennial hollyhock species native to Siberia, it is a substantially more robust plant than the common hollyhock and unlike the biennial forms which produce a single spire, Alcea ficifolia produce many upright stems emerging from the base, resulting in a bushy form.

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

    Alcea ficifolia 'Henry Vlll' Red

    The Antwerp or Fig-leaved Hollyhock
    €1.98

    Hollyhocks are almost as easy to grow as sunflowers and would probably be grown as often if more gardeners were aware of their good nature. Highly valued for their vigour, reliability, long bloom and upright bushy habit, the 'Henry Vlll' series produces huge, saucer shaped flowers that grow up to 15cm (6in) wide.

  4. 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
    €1.98

    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.

  5. Very easy to grow from seed, this reliable perennial is extremely hardy and will flourish in full sun and rich soil.

    Alcea ficifolia 'Single Mix'

    The Antwerp or Fig-leaved Hollyhock
    €1.62

    Alcea ficifolia is a less-known variety of hollyhock. Reliably perennial, with attractive palmate foliage, the plant produces many upright stems and has a bushy form. 'Single Mix' produces large, single saucer shaped flowers that appear from May to October in a gorgeous variety of shades - cream, gold, rose pink, copper and plum.

  6. They are perfect to fill large areas or the back of a flowerbed

    Alcea rosea 'Chaters Double Mix'

    Althaea rosa, Hollyhock
    €1.74

    ‘Chater’s Double’ give a wonderful mixed colour range of large, fully double flowers that are nearly pom-pom in appearance. Rosettes of big hairy leaves will develop by autumn then die back before winter. It will bloom the following summer .... the word bloom being an understatement!

  7. The shortest in the Alcea rosea family. 'Queeny' is a dwarf Hollyhock that reaches only 60cm (24in) in height

    Alcea rosea 'Queeny Mix'

    Althaea rosa, Hollyhock
    €1.98

    This gorgeous award winning Hollyhock has the distinction of being the shortest in the Alcea rosea family. 'Queeny' is a dwarf Hollyhock that reaches only 60cm in height with fully double blooms. Unlike the tall varieties, it is a perennial that can also be used as an annual as it will bloom in its first year.

  8. The dramatic, near-black flowers of Nigra work equally well in a contemporary, minimalist garden.

    Alcea rosea var. 'Nigra'

    Althaea rosa, Black Hollyhock

    Starting at: €1.50

    Hollyhocks are a mysterious and prolific flower with a long and rich history. Traditionally associated with cottage-style borders, the dramatic, near-black flowers of Nigra work equally well in a contemporary, minimalist garden. This unique variety creates an impressive impact against most backgrounds.

  9. 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
    €1.86

    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.

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

    Anchusa italica 'Dropmore'

    Aka Anchusa azurea or Italian Bugloss
    €2.34

    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.

  11. Our native Cow Parsley has a sophisticated form, with delicate, open, white lacy umbels, they look as though they're erupting from a well shaken champagne bottle.

    Anthriscus sylvestris 'Cow Parsley'

    Gipsy Laces, Lady's Needlework.
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €1.80

    Anthriscus sylvestris is most characteristic of hedgerows, road verges and woodland edges. Our native Cow Parsley has a sophisticated form, with delicate, open, white lacy umbels, that from mid-spring to early summer look as though they're erupting from a well shaken champagne bottle!

  12. Anthriscus sylvestris 'Ravenswing' has stunning, rich deep purple, almost black, finely cut ferny foliage.

    Anthriscus sylvestris 'Ravenswing'

    Gipsy Laces, Lady's Needlework.
    €2.34

    Anthriscus sylvestris 'Ravenswing' is the most elegant and garden-worthy form of cow parsley. With stunning, almost black, finely cut ferny foliage the first year, it explodes the second year with delicate clusters of small white flowers held above the darkest of foliage. Use them for fillers in bouquets as you would Queen Anne’s lace.

  13. ‘Appleblossom’ offers soft, soft, pastel-toned blooms in peach, apricot and soft pink that are beautifully blended
    €1.50

    Antirrhinum majus ‘Appleblossom’ offers soft, pastel-toned blooms in peach, apricot and soft pink that are beautifully blended so that each ruffled flower looks as though it has been delicately hand painted. The densely packed spikes bloom in succession from early summer right through to mid-autumn.

  14. Antirrhinum majus 'Defiance'
    €1.50

    Antirrhinum majus are one of the most reliable flowers for the garden, grow them in full sun, and after they are done blooming trim the plants back and they will quickly be blooming again. 'Defiance' sport clusters of uniquely shaped red blooms, a traditional warm orange-red, rather than hot crimson-red, they are very easy to combine with other colours in the garden.

  15. Antirrhinum  'Orange Wonder' has the most beautiful and delicate, orange-rose blooms.
    €1.50

    Antirrhinum majus are one of the most reliable flowers for the garden and one of the most important 'summer cut-flowers' grown from seed. Although the usually bloom in boldly painted, bright primary colours, its lovely to be offered a softer option. 'Orange Wonder' has the most beautiful and delicate, orange-rose blooms.

  16.  Antirrhinum majus 'Rose' blooms with beautifully soft rose pink flowers.
    €1.50

    Though technically classified as a short lived perennial, Antirrhinum majus are often cultivated as an annual, sown early in spring to flower in summer. They can also be grown as a biennial, sown in late summer to flower the following season. 'Rose' blooms with beautifully soft rose pink flowers.

  17. Antirrhinum majus 'Ruby' produces densely packed spikes that bloom in succession with voluptuous, rich ruby red flowers.
    €1.50

    Antirrhinum majus 'Ruby' produces densely packed spikes that bloom in succession with voluptuous, ruby red flowers. Superb for contrast and for giving height to the border they also make an excellent cut flower. After they are done blooming, trim the plants back, and they will quickly be blooming again.

  18. Blooming from early summer right through to mid-autumn, they are an all-around excellent garden performer.
    €1.50

    Worldwide, Antirrhinum is one of the most important 'summer cut-flowers', grown year-round in greenhouses they are adored by florists and gardeners alike. An all-around excellent garden performer, 'Snowflake' produces densely packed spikes that bloom in succession with pure white flowers.

  19. Antirrhinum majus ‘Tetra Mix’ produce tall, stately plants with ruffled blooms in a rich variety of colours.
    €1.50

    Antirrhinum majus ‘Tetra Mix’ produce tall, stately plants with ruffled blooms in a rich variety of colours. The robust plants grow to around 90cm tall. Superb for contrast and for giving height to the border, they are grown year-round by florists as a cut flower and are an all-around excellent garden performer.

  20. Daucus carota, Flowerhead

    Daucus carota 'Queen Anne's Lace'

    Fools Parsley, Wild Carrot.
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

    Starting at: €1.26

    Our native Queen Anne's Lace is at home in informal settings and a natural addition to a wildflower meadow. With delicate, lacy clusters of flowers, some with a solitary dark, purple flower in the centre, they make good cut flowers and are a lovely filler with other flowers.

  21. Dianthus barbatus 'Alba' is a pure white form of Sweet William, absolutely beautiful especially when massed, they flower all summer from May to August.

    Dianthus barbatus 'Alba'

    Poet's Pink, Sweet John, Sweet William
    Sweet Williams have been grown in gardens for hundreds of years, they are famous for their gentle sweet scent. Dianthus barbatus 'Alba' is a pure white form. Absolutely beautiful especially when massed, they flower all summer from May to August.
  22. Sweet Williams are one of those lovely old-fashioned flowers, famous for their spicy-scent. The Auricula-eyed Group are irresistible.

    Dianthus barbatus 'Auricula-eyed Mix'

    Poet's Pink, Sweet John, Sweet William

    Sweet Williams are one of those lovely old-fashioned flowers, easy to grow and famous for their spicy-scent. The Auricula-eyed Group are irresistible, dense clusters of flowers in dark tapestry rubies, fuchsia, scarlet, purple and white. Best of all, they are intensely fragrant, with a delicious, rich perfume.

  23. Dianthus barbatus 'Oeschberg' is an exceptional variety with attractive bronze foliage and deep purple-violet flowers.

    Dianthus barbatus 'Oeschberg'

    Poet's Pink, Sweet John, Sweet William

    With attractive bronze foliage and deep purple-violet flowers, Dianthus barbatus 'Oeschberg' is an exceptional variety of the quintessential Sweet William famous for their spicy-scent. They grow to a height of 40 to 60cm tall and flower all summer from May to August. An unusual and magnificent colour.

  24. With clusters of single, brilliant scarlet red flowers.Dianthus 'Scarlet Beauty' is an exceptional variety of the quintessential Sweet William.

    Dianthus barbatus 'Scarlet Beauty'

    Poet's Pink, Sweet John, Sweet William

    Treasured in the garden for their bright colour and strong fragrance, Dianthus barbatus 'Scarlet Beauty' flower all summer from May to August with clusters of single, brilliant scarlet red flowers, and best of all, they are intensely fragrant, with a delicious rich perfume.

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