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  1. This uncommon Clematis is a graceful, vigorous and very floriferous climber. Flowering only three months after sowing it is very easy to grow.

    Clematis tangutica 'Radar Love'

    (It has no Common Name)
    £1.50

    This uncommon Clematis is a graceful, vigorous and very floriferous climber. During summer and all the way through to autumn the plant is covered with canary yellow nodding lanterns. In the autumn the flowers turn into beautiful large tufts of long silvery, silky seed heads that are just as ornamental.

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

    Clematis vitalba

    Old Mans Beard, Traveller's Joy.
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    £1.50

    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.

  3. Cobaea scandens is an impressive climber and is one of the fastest-growing and most trouble-free vines you will ever grow.

    Cobaea scandens

    Cathedral Bells, Cup and Saucer Vine
    £1.75
    Cobaea scandens is an impressive climber and is one of the fastest-growing and most trouble-free vines you will ever grow. Extremely attractive when scrambling upward through trellis work, archways, over small buildings or old trees.
  4. A favourite of many gardeners is the beautiful and fast-growing Cobaea scandens.

    Cobaea scandens alba

    White Cup and Saucer Vine, White Cathedral Bells
    £1.95
    Cobaea scandens alba will appeal to anyone who longs for something with panache and visual impact. This rare variety has clear white flowers and will fill the air with a very pleasant honey scent throughout the growing season.
  5. Gourds are one of Mother Nature's strangest plant creations.
    £1.25

    One of Mother Nature's strangest plant creations, Gourds have been valued for their utilitarian and ornamental value for thousands of years. Small gourds make wonderful decorations and are perfect for Christmas tree decorations and for inclusion in wreaths. They can be dried and preserved indefinitely.

  6. Eccremocarpus scaber is a fast growing evergreen perennial vine. An exotic-looking climber with dark fern-like foliage

    Eccremocarpus scaber

    Chilean Glory Flower
    £1.35
    The Chilean glory flower is an exotic-looking climber with dark fern-like foliage and twining tendrils that cling to fences and trellises.This useful climbing plant will quickly cover walls, archways or pergolas. The clusters of small tubular flowers range from bright orange-scarlet and carmine rose to clear golden yellow.
  7. The fragrant flowers of Ipomoea alba open quickly at night, releasing sweet perfume into the evening air.

    Ipomoea alba 'Moonflower'

    Lady-of-the-night
    £1.85

    Throughout the summer, large, pure white flowers of Ipomoea alba open quickly at night, releasing sweet perfume into the evening air. Position near to your patio where you can enjoy the fragrant scent in the evening. A wonderful plant for a moth, night, or fragrance garden, the large white blooms appear to illuminate the garden

  8. Ipomoea lobata, previously known as Mina lobata is a fast growing climber with an exotic appearance

    Ipomoea lobata 'Spanish Flag'

    Formerly Mina lobata, Quamoclit lobata
    £1.65
    Ipomoea lobata is a fast growing climber with an exotic appearance. The tightly formed buds are flame-crimson in colour, but as they enlarge they transition to infused shades or orange and cream which brings the flowers to life. It will look spectacular for months and is one of the best climbers you can grow.
  9. Ipomoea nil ‘Blue Picotee’ produces large, ruffled cobalt-blue blooms

    Ipomoea nil 'Blue Picotee'

    Asagao, Japanese Morning Glory
    £1.95

    Ipomoea nil ‘Blue Picotee’ produces large, ruffled cobalt-blue blooms that are edged with bright white surrounding a deep rose throat. This extremely carefree and free-blooming, annual climbing vine will grow to around 120 to 180cm (4 to 6ft) tall. It will bloom early and load itself with masses of attractive funnel shaped flowers up to 10cm (3in) wide all summer long.

  10. Ipomoea nil 'Chocolate'

    Ipomoea nil 'Chocolate'

    Asagao, Japanese Morning Glory
    £1.95

    Ipomoea nil, the Japanese Morning Glory with its many varieties, is one of the traditional horticultural flowers in Japan. Ipomoea nil ‘Chocolate’ is one of the most popular varieties, it produces large funnel shaped flowers in the loveliest creamy, milk-chocolate colour.

  11. Ipomoea nil ‘Early Call Mixed' produces large, ruffled blooms in a wide range of rich colours

    Ipomoea nil 'Early Call Mixed'

    Asagao, Japanese Morning Glory
    £1.85

    Known as ‘Asagao’ in Japan, Ipomoea nil ‘Early Call Mixed' produces large, ruffled blooms in a wide range of rich colours including deep blue, red, chocolate, pink and lavender in both solid-coloured and white-margined varieties. It will bloom early and load itself with masses of attractive funnel shaped flowers up to 10cm (3in) wide all summer long.

  12. Ipomoea nil 'Kikyozaki', the Star Morning Glory produces blooms with a unique star shape.

    Ipomoea nil 'Kikyozaki'

    Asagao, Japanese Morning Glory
    £1.95

    Ipomoea nil, the Japanese Morning Glory is one of the traditional horticultural flowers in Japan. Ipomoea nil 'Kikyozaki', the Star Morning Glory produces blooms with a unique star shape. The exceptionally large blooms are 12 to 15cm (5 to 6in) wide, each with a white edge. This extremely carefree and free-blooming, annual climbing vine will grow to around 180 to 250cm (6 to 8ft) tall.

  13. Ipomoea purpurea "Grandpa Ott" flowers of intense violet-blue, with a ruby red star produced in profusion on the plant.

    Ipomoea purpurea 'Grandpa Ott'

    Heirloom Morning Glory

    This heirloom morning glory originated in Bavaria in Germany and named for the original Seed-saver Baptist John Ott, Ipomoea purpurea 'Grandpa Ott' flowers of intense violet-blue, with a ruby red star. It is a good climber for walls, trellis work or if allowed to scramble through other plants or trees.

  14. Ipomoea sloteri is an annual twining vine that was formerly known as Ipomoea x multifidi.

    Ipomoea sloteri 'Cardinal Climber'

    Formerly Ipomoea multifida
    £1.75

    Ipomoea sloteri is an annual twining vine. A hybrid, with the best characteristics of each parent, this very graceful, airy vine is festooned with pentagon shaped blooms throughout the summer. The leaves look like they've been cut with a scalpel and create a beautifully backdrop the deep red blooms.

  15. Morning glory is an appropriate name for this beautiful climber. 'Heavenly Blue' is the most popular variety,
    'Heavenly Blue' is one of the loveliest of all climbers. The buds are long and tightly furled, but as the morning sunshine reaches them, they steadily unfold themselves into wide sky-blue trumpet-shaped flowers of deep azure-blue, the colour of a Mediterranean sky.
  16. Ipomoea tricolor 'Scarlet O’Hara'

    Rich, red to magenta, large, exotic trumpet flowers with emerald green heart-shaped leaves. An absolutely reliable plant, with a profusion of large flowers 15cm in diameter, 'Scarlet O'Hara' will tolerate heat and is a splendid climber for covering trellis-work or for container planting.

  17. This everlasting or perennial sweet pea bears delicate masses of blooms in pinks, soft whites and mauves.

    Lathyrus latifolius 'Mixed Pearl'

    Perennial Sweet Pea, Everlasting Sweet Pea
    This everlasting or perennial sweet pea bears delicate masses of blooms in pinks, soft whites and mauves. Flowering right through the summer, from June to September, it has one of the finest cut flowers available.
  18. This stunning sweet pea has clusters of delicate pink flowers from June to September

    Lathyrus latifolius 'Pink Pearl'

    Perennial Sweet Pea, Everlasting Sweet Pea
    This stunning sweet pea has clusters of delicate pink flowers from June to September. It was introduced before 1635 and became popular in gardens in the early 1900s, often grown over a floral cage - very fashionable in Victorian England!
  19. This perennial relative of the annual sweet pea is justifiably popular; it will bloom throughout the summer months.

    Lathyrus latifolius 'Red Pearl'

    Perennial Sweet Pea, Everlasting Sweet Pea
    Furled clusters of pristine crimson-rose flowers bloom at the top of arching winged stems. This perennial relative of the annual sweet pea is justifiably popular; it will bloom throughout the summer months.
  20. This perennial relative of the sweet pea is justifiably popular for its masses of pure white flowers which bloom over a long period throughout the summer month.

    Lathyrus latifolius 'White Pearl'

    Perennial Sweet Pea, Everlasting Sweet Pea
    This perennial Sweet Pea has masses of gorgeous pure white flowers. Easy to grow, it requires little care and will quickly cover arbors, trellis or fences with perfect foliage and tresses of flowers all summer. A stunning flower that comes back year after year.
  21. Lathyrus 'Black Knight' is very handsome dark purple-maroon heirloom sweet pea

    Lathyrus odoratus 'Black Knight'

    Grandflora Sweet Pea. 1898
    £1.45

    Lathyrus odoratus 'Black Knight' is very handsome dark purple-maroon heirloom sweet pea with generally three, sometimes four well shaped flowers per stem. Introduced by Henry Eckford in 1898 it was exhibited by Eckford at the Crystal Palace Exhibition in 1900. Without doubt, it is one of the best of all the grandiflora varieties.

  22. Lathyrus odoratus 'Dorothy Eckford'

    Lathyrus odoratus 'Dorothy Eckford'

    Grandflora Sweet Pea. 1901
    £1.45
    Lathyrus odoratus 'Dorothy Eckford' is an outstanding pure white heirloom sweet pea introduced by Henry Eckford in 1901 and named after his daughter. An important commercial cut flower, it has regained favour recently due to its beautiful form and perfume.
  23. Lathyrus odoratus 'Flora Norton' is one of the clearest blues available, it is also blessed with the most superb fragrance.

    Lathyrus odoratus 'Flora Norton'

    Grandflora Sweet Pea. 1907
    £1.45
    True clear blues are rare in sweet pea flowers. Lathyrus odoratus 'Flora Norton' is one of the clearest blues available. With wings large in proportion to the standard and blessed with the most superb fragrance, it is one of the loveliest of all the grandiflora sweet peas.
  24. ‘Lady Grisel Hamilton’ boasts delicate lavender blooms with the heady fragrance of her old fashioned compatriots.

    Lathyrus odoratus 'Lady Grisel Hamilton'

    Grandflora Sweet Pea. 1895
    £1.45
    Lathyrus odoratus ‘Lady Grisel Hamilton’ is an elegant and lovely sweet pea that boasts delicate lavender blooms with all the heady fragrance of her old fashioned compatriots. The long-stemmed sprays produce an irresistible medley of fragrances and make exceptionally fine cut flowers.

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