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  1. 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.
  2. Cardamine pratensis

    Cardamine pratensis

    Cuckoo Flower, Ladys flower, Ladys smock
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.65

    Cardamine pratensis is one of the most beautiful and one of the best loved of our wild flowers. Found in moist habitats, meadows and damp grasslands, it bears long narrow leaves and supremely elegant flowers in late spring/early summer. It flowers at the time the first cuckoo starts to call.

  3. This architectural and eye catching plant bears generously clusters of ivory-white blooms.

    Eupatorium fistulosum f. albidum 'Ivory Towers'

    Hollow Joe Pye weed, Queen of the Meadow
    £2.25
    Introduced in 2010, Eupatorium ‘Ivory Towers’ is relatively new to our gardens yet has already been awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit . This architectural plant bears generously clusters of ivory-white blooms which are long-lasting and beloved by butterflies. Given an early sowing, will flower the first year.
  4. From July and continuing until autumn, the plants are crowned with large, domed panicles of pinkish-purple nectar-rich flowers.

    Eupatorium maculatum atropurpureum

    Spotted Joe Pye weed
    Eutrochium purpureum subsp. maculatum
    £2.25
    Eupatorium maculatum atropurpureum is handsome in all of its parts. Invaluable for the late-summer border, the mid-green leaves and stems are suffused with a dusky purple. From July they are crowned with large domed panicles of pinkish-purple nectar-rich flowers.
  5. Geum rivale, the Water avens is a native perennial of slow-draining or wet soils.

    Geum rivale

    Water Avens
    £1.55

    Geum rivale, the Water avens is a native perennial of slow-draining or wet soils. Flowering prolifically it is particularly useful in damp soils and makes a good show besides ponds. It produces both nectar and pollen and is an excellent plant for attracting pollinators and amphibians to the garden.

  6. Geum rivale Album with tall stems bearing nodding bell shaped pale green-white flowers from late spring to midsummer.

    Geum rivale Album

    Water Avens
    £1.80

    Geum rivale Album is the white form of the species. Tall stems bearing nodding bell shaped pale green-white flowers from late spring to midsummer. A modest plant, charming for a cool spot. Its tremendous flowering ability marks this lovely variety out as something special.

  7. Gunnera is one of the biggest and most spectacular, architectural, herbaceous plants, commonly thought of as giant rhubarb.

    Gunnera manicata

    Giant Rhubarb
    £1.65
    Gunnera is one of the biggest and most spectacular, architectural, herbaceous plants. With gigantic, deeply lobed, deep green leaves, they look best standing as specimen plants or beside a large pond where the reflections reveal the undersides of the leaves
  8. Grown predominantly for their outstanding foliage, from leaves as small as a teaspoon up to those larger than a dinner plate.

    Hosta 'New Hybrids'

    Corfu Lily or Funkia
    £2.25

    Hosta are grown predominantly for their outstanding foliage, from leaves as small as a teaspoon up to those larger than a dinner plate, colours range from deep blues to silvers, darkest shiny greens to bright yellows, from a single solid hue to the myriad of variegations the choice is almost overwhelming.

  9. The large blue-green leaves each with wide yellow margins can easily reach dinner-plate proportions.
    £1.75
    Like most first loves, 'Frances Williams' holds a special place in the hearts of many hosta lovers. The large thick quilted leaves are heart-shaped and can easily reach dinner-plate proportions. The flowers which are pale lilac-white follow on tall spires in summer.
  10. Iris bulleyana is a classic species Iris from western China which is entirely hardy and are of great value to the gardener.

    Iris bulleyana

    Bulley's Iris, Sino-Siberian Iris, Beardless Iris.
    £2.45

    Iris bulleyana is a classic species Iris from western China. It belongs to a small group of oriental species which are entirely hardy and are of great value to the gardener. The plants are successful in any moist garden soil. Flowering from June to July, the blooms with mid purple flowers and dark purple veins.

  11. A slender, refined and understated iris, with mesmerising velvety midnight-black petals,

    Iris chrysographes 'Black Gold'

    Black Iris, Golden Vein Iris
    £2.25
    Iris chrysographes 'Black Gold' is quite simply stunning. A slender, refined and understated iris, with mesmerising velvety midnight -black petals, each veined with golden-yellow highlights at its throat.
  12. Iris 'Clotted Cream' is a rare and lovely, palest buttermilk form that has exquisitely marked and veined petals.
    £2.25

    Iris pseudacorus 'Clotted Cream' is a rare and lovely, palest buttermilk form that has exquisitely marked and veined petals. It is a very desirable plant that comes relatively true from seed. Although it will grow well at the pond edge or on the margins of a water feature, it also does perfectly well in a dry garden.

  13. Iris pseudacorus is a wetland plant that is especially showy during its blooming period

    Iris pseudacorus 'Yellow Flag Iris'

    Fleur-de-lys, Flag Iris
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.25
    Yellow Flag Iris is a common and widespread native plant in Britain. This good-looking plant is a wetland plant that is especially showy in bloom and has been transplanted into well-watered gardens all over the world.
  14. Flowering from May through to July, each stalk produces up to five violet-blue flowers with ruffled petals and bold purple veining.

    Iris versicolor

    Northern Blue Flag Iris
    £2.25

    Iris versicolor is one of the few species in garden cultivation. Although happiest at the waterside the plants will also perform well under average to moist border conditions. Flowering from May through to July, each stalk produces up to five violet-blue flowers with ruffled petals and bold purple veining.

  15. Iris versicolor 'Kermesina'

    Iris versicolor 'Kermesina'

    Northern Blue Flag Iris
    £2.95

    'Kermesina' is an attractive and popular cultivar of Iris versicolor. Flowering from May through to July with claret-purple flowers with ruffled petals and bold purple veining. It may be grown in shallow standing water or moist shoreline soils and suitable to be grown in constantly moist humusy soils of a border.

  16. Lychnis flos cuculi

    Lychnis flos cuculi

    Ragged Robin, (aka Silene flos cuculi)
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

    Starting at: £1.05

    Out of stock

    Ragged robin is found growing naturally in damp meadows and woods in Europe, It has the typical, flat flower-heads of Lychnis, but these are loose, with only a few individual flowers. They may vary from purplish pink to white and are star-shaped, with deeply cut petals.

  17. Lysimachia atropurpurea ‘Beaujolais’ feature beautiful flower spikes of deep claret.
    £2.45

    Recently introduced to gardens and a hit Chelsea Flower Show, Lysimachia ‘Beaujolais’ feature flower spikes of deep claret which bloom continuously from May to September. The plants give a good effect used in tight drifts through grasses and other perennials. Ideal for cutting, the dark flowers are adorable in bunches.

  18. Lythrum salicaria 'Purple Loosestrife'

    Lythrum salicaria 'Purple Loosestrife'

    Red Sally, Long Purples
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.45

    Magnificent and spectacular spikes of rose-purple flowers, which last from June throughout the summer distinguish this tall wetland plant. Purple loosestrife is an easy garden plant, thriving in any soil. It is a beautiful subject for late summer colour in a border, shrubbery, large pond or slow-moving water.

  19. Pennyroyal has attractive whorls of lilac-blue flowers appear in mid to late summer, held above the foliage on stout stems.

    Pennyroyal, Mentha pulegium

    Pudding Grass, Pulegium
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland, Ancient Crop
    £0.95

    Pennyroyal is a cottage garden plant of old. This highly aromatic herb has a strong peppermint scent to its dark green leaves, even more so than other mints.With attractive whorls of lilac-blue flowers, it can be used to carpet a shady corner or make a 'lawn' smelling deliciously of peppermint.

  20. Pennyroyal has attractive whorls of lilac-blue flowers appear in mid to late summer, held above the foliage on stout stems.

    Pennyroyal, Mentha pulegium, Organic

    Pudding Grass, Pulegium
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland, Ancient Crop
    £1.55
    Today, Pennyroyal is seldom considered a culinary herb, it can be found naturalised throughout the civilized world. In mid to late summer, attractive whorls of lilac-blue flowers appear held above the foliage on stout stems. Organic Seed.
  21. Persicaria "Superba" with Allium 'Purple Sensation'.

    Polygonum bistorta 'Superba'

    Aka Persicaria bistorta, Fleece Flower
    £1.95
    Polygonum 'Superba' is a fine border plant, a semi-evergreen perennial that produces clusters of small, light pink flowers that add a vertical dimension to the border, the flowers are an important late summer source of nectar for bees. RHS AGM.
  22. Persicaria flowers are clustered in a cylinder shape on the top of tall flower spikes.

    Polygonum bistorta, Bistort

    Herb Bistort, Easter Giant. Aka Persicaria bistorta
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.45

    Bistort was formerly cultivated as a culinary and medicinal plant. This semi-evergreen perennial produces clusters of small, light pink flowers throughout summer and into autumn. The plant is ideal for creating groundcover, it is also highly attractive to bees and butterflies.

  23. Candelabra primulas are worth growing for their sheer size and the attractive flowers that clothe the stems in whorls.
    £1.95

    Candelabra primulas are worth growing for their sheer size and the attractive flowers that clothe the stems in whorls. Suitable for herbaceous borders or as marginal plants beside ponds, they will thrive if given a place where the roots will not dry out during the spring or summer.

  24. Primula alpicola, commonly called the moonlight primrose, is a species of Primula native to Bhutan and south-eastern Tibet.

    Primula alpicola

    Moonlight primrose
    £2.55
    First collected in 1926 by Frank Kingdon-Ward, Primula alpicola grows to 25 to 50cm (10 to 20in) tall with many bell-shaped flowers. The flowers can be in several colours, white, cream and shades of violet to purple, some almost verge on the red.

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