Daucus carota 'Purple Kisses' is a large flowered chocolate coloured Queen Anne’s Lace, with delicate, lacy, flat-topped clusters that bloom for most of the summer from just one planting, they pair well with almost anything in the garden or the vase.
Aquilegia atrata is native to the alpine meadows and forests of Switzerland and Northern Europe. With many branching stems of deepest coloured, almost black flowers it is an outstanding, highly sought species which would be a showstopper in any garden.
Basil ‘Blue Spice’ is a heavily fragrant variety with flavours of vanilla, spice and lemon. Dark purple flower stems with dense spikes of dark purple bracts with light purple flowers. Add the floral sweetness of their perfume, and you have a plant well worth including in any ornamental planting.
Spinach ‘F1 Banjo’ is a modern variety with greater resistance from going to seed and to disease. The plants have an erect growth habit to enable easy harvesting. With good resistance to bolting, it is suitable for spring, summer and autumn production.
Aubrieta is a traditional rock garden plant that is lovely growing over rock walls or spilling out of crevices. 'Leichtlinii' forms a low cushion of leaves that is smothered by wonderful deep-carmine flowers.
Radish 'Diana' is a unique round radish with distinctive purple skin and a white tip. Resistant to cracking and bolting, harvest in just 35 to 40 days and enjoy the beautiful two-toned roots from spring until autumn.
'Zinderella Lilac' produces large flowered blooms, layered thickly with a stunning crown and contrasting dark centres. A favourite of gardeners and florists around the world, they are extremely easy to grow. Sow successively from March to July for flowering until autumn.
Papaver rhoeas 'Pandora' is a strikingly lovely, unique and impressive new variety. A phenomenal combination of shades, from voluptuous deep burgundy red to paler pink-red, broken by silver grey stripes on the lower petals.
Digitalis purpurea 'Apricot' produces large spikes in the most beautiful shade of coral-apricot. One of its greatest assets is the ability to mingle, a quality particularly important in contemporary gardens where the accent is on informality.