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  1. Agastache ‘Apricot Sprite’ is an outstanding perennial that provides a sizzling blast of tubular, peachy-apricot flowers

    Agastache aurantiaca ‘Apricot Sprite’

    Jewel of the Sierra Madre
    £1.95

    It is only within the past decade that a number of new noteworthy members of the genus Agastache have emerged from botanical obscurity. ‘Apricot Sprite’ is an outstanding perennial that provides a sizzling blast of tubular, peachy-apricot flowers. Compact and quick growing, they flower in the first year from seed.

  2. Agastache ‘Tango’ was bred specifically to tolerate wet or humid summers better than other cultivars.

    Agastache aurantiaca ‘Tango’

    Jewel of the Sierra Madre
    £2.15

    Agastache aurantiaca ‘Tango’ was bred specifically to tolerate wet or humid summers better than other cultivars. Dense flowering spikes of sizzling hot red-orange bloom steadily from about mid-summer and continue deep into autumn. The only problem is that if you are inclined to collect Agastache, they’re very seductive. You start with one, and the next thing you know, you’ve got ten in the flowerbed and are wondering where you can sneak another one in.

  3. Agastache foeniculum 'Golden Jubilee' has one of the most remarkable leaf colour of any flowering plant. Bright gold-chartreuse.

    Agastache foeniculum 'Golden Jubilee'

    Mexican Hyssop, Hyssop-Anise
    £1.60

    Agastache 'Golden Jubilee' has one of the most remarkable leaf colour of any plant. This bright gold-chartreuse beauty offers late season punctuation and purple bottle-brush flowers which are a powerhouse source of nectar and pollen for bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects.

  4. Agastache foeniculum is a favourite plant of bees and gardeners alike, it is, perhaps one of the most gratifying plants you can grow.

    Agastache foeniculum, Organic

    Anise Hyssop. Syn: Agastache anisata, Agastache anethiodora,
    £1.75
    Agastache foeniculum is a perennial herb that tastes as good as it looks and are as popular in the border as they are in the herb garden. They are excellent design plants, exhibiting a strong vertical accent for the perennial border. Bees hold an undisputed attraction for the flowers, the colour, shape and copious amounts of nectar are among their favourites. This is perhaps one of the most gratifying plants you can grow. Organic Seed.
  5. Agastache ‘Arcado Pink’ is an extremely floriferous variety with lovely purple-pink flower spikes and fresh green aromatic foliage.
    £2.65

    Out of stock

    Agastache ‘Arcado Pink’ is a magnificent first year flowering perennial. An extremely floriferous variety with lovely purple-pink flower spikes and fresh green aromatic foliage. This Fleuroselect Novelty Award Winner is both vibrant in colour and stamina. The aromatic leaves are edible, young growth can be sprinkled in salads, used to decorate cakes, to make a tea or floated in drinks. Agastache added to your Pimms lifts it to a higher sphere altogether.

  6. Agastache 'Astello Indigo' is just about the most exciting breakthrough in the Hummingbird Mint family yet
    £2.75

    Out of stock

    Agastache 'Astello Indigo' is just about the most exciting breakthrough yet and it's got the award to prove it - Europe's coveted Fleuroselect Gold Medal. Compact and quick growing, they flower in the first year from seed with fabulous, upright spikes that are fully covered with deep indigo-blue flowers. The masses of fragrant blooms throughout the summer are ideal for cutting. They produce copious amounts of nectar for bees and butterflies to feast upon.

  7. ‘Asturo White’ feature scented white flowers with fresh lime green spikes that stand out from all other agastaches.
    £2.50

    The latest introduction and additional colour in the series, Agastache ‘Asturo White’ feature spires of scented white flowers with fresh lime green spikes. Extremely long blooming, it will bloom the first year from seed, from mid-summer, right through autumn until first frosts. The plants are ideal for Northern European-type climates, at their best in more temperate conditions. A fabulous addition to beds and containers, for gravel gardens and wildlife borders.

  8. Agastache ‘Globetrotter’ have soft, touchable flower spikes that are lilac-pink with carmine-red bracts.
    £1.75

    Originally bred by Brian Kabbes and developed in his nursery of ‘perennials and botanical rarities’, Agastache ‘Globetrotter’ has soft, touchable flower spikes that are lilac-pink with carmine-red bracts. Leaves used to decorate cakes, to make a tea or floated in drinks. Added to your Pimms lifts it to a higher sphere altogether. They must have one of the prettiest flowers of all this very pretty family.

  9. Agastache 'Liquorice White' has tall spikes of white lipped flowers
    £1.45

    Agastache ‘Liquorice White’ has tall spikes of white lipped flowers and like all Agastache produces copious amounts of nectar for bees and butterflies to feast upon. Flowering late in the season, it is a boon for building up bees’ honey reserves before winter and will produce a honey surplus where drifts are grown.

  10. Agastache 'Liquorice Blue' has tall spikes of lavender to rich purpley blue lipped flowers
    £1.45

    Agastache 'Liquorice Blue' has tall spikes of lavender to rich purpley blue lipped flowers, above toothed dark green arrow shaped foliage. When brushed past or crushed, the foliage emits a sweet liquorice perfume. A wonderful plant for attracting bees and butterflies to the garden.

  11. 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
    £1.95

    Out of stock

    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.

  12. 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
    £1.65

    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.

  13. 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
    £1.65

    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.

  14. 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
    £1.65

    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.

  15. 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
    £1.35

    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.

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

    Alcea rosea 'Chaters Double Mix'

    Althaea rosa, Hollyhock
    £1.45

    ‘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!

  17. 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
    £1.35

    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.

  18. 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: £1.25

    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.

  19. Alexanders, Smyrnium olusatrum

    Alexanders, Smyrnium olusatrum

    Alisanders, Black Lovage
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.75

    Out of stock

    Alexanders are an ancient food source, cultivated for many centuries. This biennial wild flower, with dark green, shiny leaves and umbels of yellow-green flowers can be grown as an ornamental or can be put to use as a culinary herb or spice, the flavour is said to be similar to myrrh.

  20. Amaranthus caudatus is the hanging or drooping amaranthus, the deep red variety also known as Love-Lies-Bleeding.
    £1.25

    This ever-popular annual is perhaps more versatile than you might imagine – good in the border, most effective as a cut flower in arrangements, a good pot-plant and, not often appreciated – if carefully dried, the colour of the spikes remains unchanged for a considerable time.

  21. Amaranthus cruentus 'Hot Biscuits'
    £1.45

    Amaranthus 'Hot Biscuits' is a rather splendid ornamental addition to the garden and the vase. This gorgeous and graceful amaranth feature bold spikes of coppery-bronze branching plumes. They make an excellent cut flower and make exciting vase material that hold their colour longer than other amaranths.

  22. Amaranthus paniculatus 'Oeschberg'
    £1.70
    Amaranthus paniculatus 'Oeschberg', commonly known as the Foxtail Amaranthus, is the upright form of Love Lies Bleeding. An amazing deep purple-red amaranth with dark foliage and crimson flower spikes that are very highly branched and hold their colour longer than other amaranths, making it great for flower arrangements.
  23. Amaranthus tricolour Early Splendour is grown for its beautiful foliage.

    Amaranthus tricolour 'Early Splendour'

    Also sold as Amaranthus 'Molten Fire'
    £1.50

    Amaranthus tricolour ‘Early Splendour’ is grown for its beautiful foliage, the large bronzy-green leaves turn to rosy red leaves as the season progresses. Also known as ‘Summer Poinsettia’ due to the similarity of the bracts, this highly ornamental plant is easy to grow and fast to flower.

  24. Amaranthus tricolour 'Illumination'
    £1.25

    Designing a garden with the focus on flowers is missing half the fun, this fiery colourful foliage will add dimension to any planting scheme. ‘Illumination’ is a stunning tricolour variety of Amaranthus, with upper leaves that are a spectacular scarlet and golden orange set atop olive green foliage.

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