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  1. 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.
  2. 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.

  3. 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.
  4. Aquilegia x hybrida, 'Blue Star'

    Aquilegia x hybrida, 'Blue Star'

    Long-Spured Columbine

    The 'Star' series was bred to have “upward facing” flowers; it is similar to the Mckana varieties but in single colours. With violet-blue petals with a pure white corolla, this early summer cottage garden favourite produces striking, long spurred blooms year after year.

  5. Aquilegia x hybrida, 'Red Star'

    Aquilegia x hybrida, 'Red Star'

    Long-Spured Columbine

    The 'Star' series was bred to have “upward facing” flowers. With bright red sepals and creamy white centres, 'Red Star' has elegant long spurs and tidy mounds of fern like foliage. A superb and reliable Aquilegia variety that makes an ideal cut flower and herbaceous border feature.

  6. Aquilegia x hybrida, 'White Star'

    Aquilegia x hybrida, 'White Star'

    Aka 'Kristal' and 'Crystal Star', Long-Spured Columbine

    The Star series was bred to have upward facing flowers, similar to the Mckana varieties with elegant white flowers with long spurs and tidy mounds of fern like foliage. This pure white columbine looks equally wonderful in a sunny, herbaceous border or to light up a dark corner of the garden.

  7. Aubrieta hybrida 'Hendersonii' is a vigorous variety that is smothered by rich lilac-purple flowers for several months in spring.

    Aubrieta hybrida 'Hendersonii'

    False Rockcress, Large-flowered Aubrieta

    Aubrieta 'Hendersonii' is a vigorous variety that is smothered by rich lilac-purple flowers for several months in spring. It grows to only 10 to 15cm tall at maturity, but with a spread of around 45cm it makes a lively edging to a sunny border, growing over rock walls or placed in stonewalls.

  8. Aubrieta ‘Whitewell Gem’ has a ground-hugging habit and freely produces large, intense reddish-purple flowers.for several months.

    Aubrieta hybrida 'Whitewell Gem'

    False Rockcress, Large-flowered Aubrieta

    Aubrieta has long been treasured for its delightful spring show of brightly coloured flowers. ‘Whitewell Gem’ is smothered by large, intense reddish-purple flowers for several months. Lovely spilling out of crevices or over rock walls, the plants can also be used in paving with other ground hugging plants.

  9. Aubrieta x cultorum 'Cascade Mix'

    Aubrieta x cultorum 'Cascade Mix'

    False Rockcress, Large-flowered Aubrieta

    Aubrietia is a very versatile plant. They are well known for use in rockeries, but the cushion forming habit also makes it useful as a ground cover; it can be planted in beds and is perfect for underplanting shrubs. they can also be used between paving and walls, or create a wonderful foil for spring bulbs.

  10. Briza has flower heads hang like scaly little heart shaped lockets from late spring to mid summer.

    Briza maxima 'Greater Quaking Grass'

    Greater Quaking Grass

    Ornamental Grass Briza maxima has blue green leaves and flower heads that hang like scaly little heart shaped lockets that are tinged with pink from late spring to mid summer. They make a wonderful cut flower and flowering in 10 to 12 weeks from spring sowing, they are very easy to grow to perfection.

  11. Indian Prince is quite unlike other varieties, the dark orange rays are in layers of orange, backed with mahogany red petals.

    Calendula 'Indian Prince'

    Pot Marigold, English Marigold
    €1.56

    ‘Indian Prince' has unique petals quite unlike other Calendula, the dark orange rays are in layers of orange, backed with rich mahogany red petals. Easily grown, sown direct in spring or in autumn, they are perfect candidates for cutting and flower arrangements.

  12. Cupid's Dart was historically used in love potions, hence the name, and still symbolises love in the language of flowers.

    Catananche caerulea 'Amor Blue'

    Cupids Dart, Love Plant.

    Catananche caerulea 'Amor Blue' is a charming plant, with blue, star like flowers each with a dark eye and unique papery petals. They look best when grown in groupings, rather than one or two plants and don’t mind crowding. Plant en-masse in prairie style or meadow plantings, mix them up a little with other hardy perennials and grasses.

  13. 'Amor White' produces stunning blooms of white, star like flowers each with a dark purple-blue eye.

    Catananche caerulea 'Amor White'

    Cupids Dart, Love Plant.

    Catananche caerulea 'Amor White' produces stunning blooms of white, star like flowers each with a dark purple-blue eye and unique papery petals. The blooms rise on single stems above neat clumps of grey-green foliage. Super when planted the border, they also make a wonderful, long lasting cut or dried flowers.

  14. Cosmos Candystripe is a lovely plant and a very unique cosmos.

    Cosmos Candystripe is a lovely plant and a very unique cosmos, giving attractive large white flowers with a crimson picotee edge. No two blooms are alike; some have splashes and flecks of colour, some have stripes, occasionally, some pure crimson flowers may occur.

  15. Cosmos "Daydream" is a superb new colour, palest pink with a deep rose pink centre makes this a unique and delicate addition.

    Cosmos bipinnatus 'Daydream'

    The Mexican Aster

    Cosmos "Daydream" is a superb new colour, palest pink with a deep rose pink centre makes this a unique and delicate addition to any garden. The flowers are very early and are freely produced over a long period. Very easy to grow, making it a perfect choice for children or the less experienced gardener.

  16. Cosmos 'Dwarf Early Vega White' are easy to grow and quick to flower.

    At last, the beauty of Cosmos without staking or shading out other plants. Cosmos 'Dwarf Early Vega White' are easy to grow and quick to flower. Growing to only 60cm tall with beautiful feathery foliage they bloom from May right through to August. Pure white disks balancing gracefully on strong slender stems.

  17. At last, the beauty of cosmos without staking or blocking out other bedding plants. Growing to only 60cm (24in) they can be grown in beds or even large containers.

    Dwarf cosmos are very easy to grow, quick to flower from seed and thrive even on poor soil. 'Dwarf Wonder Mix' bloom over an extended period of time in shades of carmine, pink, pink blush and white. Growing to only 60cm they can be grown in beds or even large containers.

  18. Cosmos ‘Psyche Mix’ is renowned for its stunning array of colours and surprisingly large blooms.

    Renowned for its surprisingly large ruffled blooms, Cosmos ‘Psyché Mixture’ grows to a height of around 90 to 120cm and throws up hundreds of elegantly waved, upright blooms in crimson, rich lavender pink, and white. They provide plenty of colour in the garden and vases full of cuts flowers.

  19. Cosmos bipinnatus 'Versailles Tetra'

    Whether in the border, cottage garden or at the centre of a summer bedding display, Cosmos 'Versailles Tetra' will not disappoint you. The exquisite slate-pink flowers have a deep red zone towards the centre with a bright yellow eye. Very easy to grow, water, sun and soil are all that is needed.

  20. In the last decade Cosmos sulphureus has become increasingly popular.

    Cosmos sulphureus produce huge quantities of bowl-shaped flowers in terrific golden hues. Very easy to grow, they thrive on neglect and are able to withstand drought and survive harsh conditions in urban gardens and wildflower plantings. The perfect choice for children or for the armchair gardener.

  21. 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.
  22. These bold flowered dahlias produce beautiful large, spiky 'cactus' blooms in a range of the most "electric" colours in the garden.

    These bold flowered dahlias produce beautiful large, spiky 'cactus' blooms in a range of the most 'electric' colours in the garden. The large flowers have quilled and curved petals, which are elegantly rolled with pointed tips. Many are fully double and mostly true to type.

  23. Dahlia 'Decorative Giants' produces a range of large flowered, long stemmed blooms in an eclectic mix of both colours and forms.

    Dahlia 'Decorative Giants' produces a range of large flowered, long stemmed blooms in an eclectic mix of both colours and forms. They are ideal for making a splash of colour in the border or in the vase from the end of July to the first frosts, providing large orbs of colour when so many flowers are past their best.

  24. Dahlia 'Pompone' are ideal for making a splash of colour in the border or bedding display during the summer months.

    Dahlia 'Pompone' blooms are produced in abundance and look superb in the vase as well as great border plants. They are particularly useful for filling in gaps that appear as other plants go to seed. Perfect little balls of colour that you just can’t stop yourself touching!

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