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  1. Acoelorrhaphe wrightii a small to moderately tall palm with several, upright, slender trunks which form attractive tight clumps, clustered at the base
    €2.34

    Acoelorrhaphe wrightii is native to Florida and parts of the Caribbean, this striking fan palm is small to moderately tall. Hardy to -6°C (20°F) it is one of just a few palms that can survive in saturated soil conditions. A good outdoor palm for a milder areas and a very tropical alternative to a hedge of shrubs.

  2. It forms a tight rosette of broad, bluish green, fleshy leaves with small teeth.
    €2.88

    Agave mckelvyana is a small, relatively rare species of American 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, it can take winter rain and is tolerant of drought and severe freezes to minus 15°C.

  3. Agave parryi var. neomexicana is a dramatic specimen, the foliage is wide and heavily armed with dark tipped spines.

    Agave parryi subsp. parryi

    New Mexico Agave, Parry’s Agave or Mescal Agave.
    €2.46
    Agave parryi is a dramatic specimen that forms a compact rosette of bluish green leaves, heavily armed with dark tipped spines. Cold hardy to minus 18°C it will withstand snow and ice and has the ability to grow 60cm wide and as tall. This stylish succulent has long been highlighted in magazines and television shows.
  4. Agave utahensis is an uncommon plant, native to the east of the Mojave Desert

    Agave utahensis var. nevadensis

    Dwarf Agave, American Aloe (it is not an Aloe)
    €2.34
    Agave utahensis is an uncommon plant, native to the dry limestone canyons of the Mojave Desert. The variety nevadensis is one of the smallest species and one of the most cold hardy, down to around minus 26°C. It is often used as feature plants in modern style landscapes.
  5. Agave xylonacantha 'Blue'

    Agave xylonacantha 'Blue'

    Saw Leaf Agave, Maguey Diente de Tiburón
    €2.34

    Agave xylonacantha 'Blue' is the beautiful blue-green leafed form. Rare in cultivation, this dramatic specimen is armed with the most bizarre large white teeth of all the family. One of its previous names, Agave carchariodonta was in reference to the teeth (odonta) of the Great White Shark, Carcharodon carcharias.

  6. Allium narcissiflorum produces large, pink-magenta, open-mouthed flowers each in the shape of a hand-bell,

    Allium narcissiflorum

    Piedmont Garlic, Flowers of Narcissus
    €2.70

    Allium connoisseurs will tell you this little-known Allium is the most beautiful of them all. They point to nodding clusters of delicate wavy-edged bells in soft shades of rose and lilac set above masses of slender grass-like glaucous foliage. Allium narcissiflorum is one of the treasures of the genus.

  7. The tall slender stems are good at adding colour and movement to the garden,

    Allium sphaerocephalon

    Drumstick allium
    €2.22

    Allium sphaerocephalon is a quite unique, summer-flowering plant that prized by gardeners because of its striking floral display. The tall stems are good at adding colour and movement to the garden, they provide light vertical accents when drifted through borders.

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

    Amsonia hubrichtii

    Threadleaf Bluestar, Arkansas Bluestar
    €2.70

    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.

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

    Amsonia tabernaemontana

    Eastern Bluestar
    €3.06

    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.

  10. Anemonopsis macrophylla is one of the most beautiful and elegant plants that you could wish for.

    Anemonopsis macrophylla

    False Anemone, Renge-shoma
    €3.54

    Out of stock

    Anemonopsis macrophylla is one of the most beautiful and elegant plants that you could wish for. Slow growing and rarely seen, it bears nodding, opalescent white flowers on slender elegant spikes, but this emphatic woodlander is not in fact difficult to grow if given humus-rich, semi-shaded conditions.

  11. Aruncus dioicus, Goat's Beard

    Aruncus dioicus, Goat's Beard

    White Goat's Beard, Bride's Feathers
    €2.10
    Aruncus dioicus’ commonly known as Goat's Beard or Bride's Feathers is one of the most handsome plants for the perennial bed. Its leaves are large and it has an abundance of flowers and in the autumn it turns an impressive, autumnal yellow colour.
  12. Betonica officinalis, Betony

    Betonica officinalis, Betony

    Formerly Stachys officinalis, Wood Betony, Bishopswort. Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €1.74

    This pretty little wildflower is a slow growing, long-lived plant with attractive spikes of rich pink-mauve flowers that are very attractive to bees and butterflies as a nectar source. The flowers, which rise from dark green crinkly leaves, keep their colour throughout summer and look stunning when growing en-masse.

  13. Brugmansia arborea alba 'Angels Trumpets' have lush foliage and masses of delightfully fragrant white trumpets.
    €2.70

    These exotic beauties, native to South America, can transform a terrace or patio into a tropical paradise. Angel Trumpets are large shrubs with lush foliage and masses of delightfully fragrant trumpets. In the cool, moist air of evening, their fragrance is spellbinding.

  14. Brugmansia can transform a terrace or patio into a tropical paradise.
    €2.70

    This shrubby brugmansia is a heavy bearer of stunning pendulous yellow flowers, it is delightful when grown in a patio pot and may be grown indoors with bright light and warmth, where it can be pruned to desirable size. The flowers are especially fragrant in the evening.

  15. Brugmansia suaveolens are large shrubs with lush foliage and masses of delightfully fragrant trumpets.
    €2.70

    Brugmansia suaveolens, or 'Angel Trumpets' are large shrubs with lush foliage and masses of delightfully fragrant blooms. Often blooming the first year from seed, a mature plant may display as many as 80 to 100 blooms at one time. They can transform a terrace or patio into a tropical paradise.

  16. Few plants shine as brightly in late summer as the buddleia.

    Buddleia davidii, Mixed Colours

    Summer Lilac, Butterfly Magnet
    €2.10

    Out of stock

    Buddleia blooms all summer long with an intoxicating scent just as overwhelming as their colour show. There is no denying that these shrubs are butterfly magnets. If you plant one, they will find it. Have your camera ready!

  17. 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.
    €2.58

    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.

  18. Cardiocrinum giganteum, 'Giant Yunnan Lily'

    Cardiocrinum giganteum, 'Giant Yunnan Lily'

    Syn: Lilium giganteum var. yunnanense
    €3.00

    Cardiocrinum giganteum is a truly spectacular plant, which produces glorious vanilla scented, trumpet-like flowers on stems up two to three metres tall. Most gardeners agree growing this rare beauty is well worth the wait. I suppose you do have to be patient to be a gardener. We all know the longer we must wait for a beauty, the more we treasure it.

  19. Clematis vitalba produces scented green-white flowers with fluffy underlying sepals,

    Clematis vitalba

    Old Mans Beard, Traveller's Joy.
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €1.80

    Clematis vitalba is the wild cousin of our many cultivated Clematis plants. This climbing shrub has fruits with long silvery grey, feathery extensions, which stay on the plant till well into the winter. The name Old man's Beard comes of course from the fact that these downy fluffy silky balls cover the plant.

  20. Coleus 'Kong Empire' is a mix from the Kong series.

    Coleus blumei 'Kong Empire'

    Painted Nettle. Flame Nettle
    €3.78

    Out of stock

    Over the past few years, the new breeding of Coleus has exploded them into hundreds of wild and crazy types of colours and forms. Overwhelmingly the favourite is the Kong series for its sheer presence, each leaf is easily as big as your palm, and probably twice as large as the next biggest Coleus you can buy.

  21. Coleus 'Kong Red' displays a broad vein in a brilliant red down the center of each leaf.

    Coleus blumei 'Kong Red'

    Painted Nettle. Flame Nettle
    €3.78

    Grown for its outstanding foliage colours, the Kong series of coleus boasts extremely large leaves with irregular edges, each leaf is easily as big as your palm, and probably twice as large as the next biggest Coleus you can buy. 'Kong Red' displays a broad vein of brilliant red down the centre of each leaf.

  22. Coleus 'Kong Rose' has huge leaves that are rose in the center surrounded by a band of burgundy that follows veins out to the chartreuse edges.

    Coleus blumei 'Kong Rose'

    Painted Nettle. Flame Nettle
    €3.78

    Out of stock

    Coleus has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity. The new breeding has taken a handful of series and exploded them into hundreds of wild and crazy types of colours and forms. Coleus 'Kong Rose' has huge leaves that are rose in the center, with a band of burgundy that flows out to chartreuse edges.

  23. Coleus 'Kong Salmon-Pink' have huge leaves, coral pink in the centre and edged in bright green.

    Coleus blumei 'Kong Salmon-Pink'

    Painted Nettle. Flame Nettle
    €3.78

    Out of stock

    Coleus 'Kong Salmon-Pink' feature huge leaves that are coral in the center surrounded by a band of chocolate-brown edged in bright green. The plants grow 45 to 55cm tall in the garden, with a spread of around 38 to 45cm. Kept in the shade or partial shade, it is hard to go wrong with this plant.

  24. Coleus 'Kong Scarlet' has huge leaves that are dark red with veins trailing out to chartreuse edges.

    Coleus blumei 'Kong Scarlet'

    Painted Nettle. Flame Nettle
    €3.78

    Coleus 'Kong Scarlet' has huge leaves that are dark red with veins trailing out to chartreuse edges. Coleus colours become more vibrant when they get more shade. This is very unusual behaviour, and explains why Coleus is a popular choice for under-the-tree plantings and shade-of-the-building gardens.

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