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  1. Aloe castanea is one of the larger ‘shrub’ aloes available to the home gardener.

    Aloe castanea

    Cat's Tail Aloe
    $2.45

    Commonly known as the Cat's Tail Aloe, Aloe castanea is one of the larger ‘shrub’ aloes available to the home gardener. The rosette gives rise to multiple, fuzzy, orange racemes which are held upright and curve like a cat’s tail.

  2. Aloe ferox, commonly known as The Cape Aloe is a distinctly handsome plant.

    Aloe ferox

    Ferocious Aloe, Cape Aloe
    $2.59

    The Cape Aloe is a distinctly handsome plant, with broad, lance-shaped, fleshy leaves and a large candelabra-like flower-head. There are usually between five and eight branches, each carrying a spike-like head of many flowers.

  3. Aloe microstigma, forms beautiful rosettes of blue green leaves that are adorned with conspicuous white spots.

    Aloe microstigma

    Cape Speckled Aloe
    $2.73

    One of the most attractive and floriferous of Aloes of South Africa, Aloe microstigma, forms solitary or small clumps of beautiful rosettes of blue green leaves. The leaves are adorned with conspicuous white spots, which contrast nicely with the reddish teeth along the margins.

  4. Aloe striata, commonly known as the Coral Aloe is one of the prettiest of all succulents.

    Aloe striata

    Coral Aloe
    $2.73

    Aloe striata, commonly known as the Coral Aloe is one of the prettiest of all succulents. The smooth, blue-green leaves are edged with a pink or red margin and it blooms with coral coloured flowers. Grown with Agave, cacti or other succulents, they make stunning indoor displays.

  5. Don't be fooled by the Alstroemeria's delicate appearance, these lily-like flowers are as long lasting as they are gorgeous.
    $3.01

    Out of stock

    Speckled and freckled and striped and stippled, the intricately patterned petals of the Alstroemeria flower are a wonder to behold. Don't be fooled by their delicate appearance, they are one of the worlds' most popular cut flowers, these lily-like flowers are as long lasting as they are gorgeous.

  6. Amaranthus caudatus is the hanging or drooping amaranthus, the deep red variety also known as Love-Lies-Bleeding.
    $1.75

    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.

  7. Amaranthus caudatus ‘viridis’ is the gorgeous green form of the popular drooping amaranthus.

    Amaranthus caudatus viridis

    Emerald Tassels
    $1.75

    Amaranthus caudatus viridis is the green form of the popular drooping amaranthus. The lime green flowers, which slowly fade to cream as they age, form dramatic tassel-like panicles which can grow to 60cm long and seem to drip from the branches in profusion throughout summer and early autumn.

  8. Amaranthus tricolour is grown for its beautiful foliage.
    $2.03

    Amaranthus tricolour is grown for its beautiful foliage. 'Summer Poinsettia Mix' is a colourful mix of tropical splendors. Juicy colour combinations: deep green leaves topped with creamy chartreuse, vivid yellow, purple with red, and a tricolor mix of red, green and gold.

  9. In summer, Ammi majus bears an abundance of large round blooms made up of clusters of tiny white florets.

    Ammi majus 'Queen Anne's Lace'

    Queen Anne's Lace, Bishop's Flower
    $1.40
    Ammi majus is tall, branching flower, with finely divided, feathery foliage. In summer, it bears an abundance of large round blooms made up of clusters of tiny white florets on tall, branched, slender stems. The delicate clusters add beauty and depth to bouquets and meadows alike.
  10. Ammi visnaga 'Green Mist' is a new variety of Queen Annes Lace, with larger, darker green umbels

    Ammi visnaga 'Green Mist'

    Queen Anne's Lace, Bishop's Flower
    $1.75

    Ammi visnaga 'Green Mist' is a new variety of Queen Annes Lace, with larger, darker green and more mounded umbels than its cousin Ammi majus. It flowers from June to September the blooms are initially flattened and lime green, turning white. The textured flower heads are a flower arrangers dream.

  11. Ammi visnaga 'Green Mist' is a new variety of Queen Annes Lace, with larger, darker green umbels

    Ammi visnaga, Organic

    Queen Anne's Lace, Bishop's Flower
    $2.73
    Ammi lends a delicate airiness to any border and is often used to create a cohesive flower bed. It associates well with both annuals and perennials and makes an excellent addition to wildlife gardens, luring bees and butterflies to the nectar rich flowers. Organic Seed.
  12. From a distance the steely blue flowers of Amsonia hubrichtii have an almost lily-like appearance.

    Amsonia hubrichtii

    Threadleaf Bluestar, Arkansas Bluestar
    $3.57

    Amsonia hubrichtii provides three seasons of interest. It comes into bloom around the second week of May, the flowers have an almost lily-like appearance, but it is in autumn when it reaches its true glory when the leaves and stems turn a brilliant gold to amber.

  13. Amsonia illustris

    Amsonia illustris

    Shining Blue Star, Ozark Blue Star
    $3.85

    Amsonia illustris is perhaps the boldest of the Amsonias, a little taller and showier with shiny green leaves and larger blue flowers. They flower reliably year after year, are not fussy about soil or situation and are very hardy. The foliage stays green through summer and turns a brilliant gold in the autumn. This is an extraordinary long lived designer perennial that deserves wider use.

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

    Amsonia tabernaemontana

    Eastern Bluestar, Willow Amsonia
    $4.55

    Out of stock

    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.

  15. Easy to grow and trouble free, team Anchusa capensis 'Blue Angel' with other annuals or perennials for eye-popping combinations.

    Anchusa capensis 'Blue Angel'

    Dwarf Anchusa, Summer Forget-Me-Not
    $2.17

    Perfect for any sunny spot that needs a burst of colour. Anchusa capensis ‘Blue Angel’ is prized for its long blooming flowers. The brilliant clusters of intense cobalt blue flowers will brighten up any space. Team with other annuals and perennials for eye-popping combinations.

  16. Anchusa italica 'Dropmore' spikes of rich gentian blue, giant forget-me-not type flowers

    Anchusa italica 'Dropmore'

    Aka Anchusa azurea or Italian Bugloss
    $2.73

    Anchusa italica is a wonderfully statuesque plant with vibrant, gentian blue flowers, dense foliage and lance shaped mid green leaves. 'Dropmore' is a 1905 selection that is still available today. They will thrive in a sunny border and make a great companion to rich plums and purple tones.

  17. Noted for its deep sapphire-blue flowers that are extremely attractive to wildlife, Anchusa is a relative of borage.

    Anchusa officinalis

    Dyer's Bugloss, True Alkanet, Bugloss
    Wildflower of Europe
    $2.31

    Anchusa officinalis is noted for its deep sapphire-blue flowers that are extremely attractive to wildlife. This relative of borage blooms from late spring right through until first frosts. In the garden it can be used as part of wildlife friendly planting scheme, they are much loved by almost all bee species.

  18. From midsummer it produces airy panicles of purple-green flowers that that almost touch the ground.
    $2.31
    In summer Anemanthele lessoniana produces open, airy panicles of purple-green flowers that give the plant a pleasing overall arching habit. The leaves become bronzed and turn orange-red in winter - This is still one of the most beautiful of all light grasses.
  19. Japanese Anemones are among the best late summer and autumn border flowers, providing colour late in the flowering season when many other plants are beginning to fade.
    $2.73

    Japanese Anemones are among the best late summer and autumn border flowers. The flowers open from round, silk-covered buds and in summer rain, look like pearls glistening in the border. Blooming from August to late October, they help push the show into autumn and provide colour when most gardens begin to fade.

  20. Wood Anemones growing on a south-facing edge of a wood all turn their heads to follow the sun from east to west.

    Anemone nemorosa 'Wood Anemone'

    Windflower
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.73
    This lovely woodlander makes a striking impact in the spring garden. The Irish-born exponent of wild gardening, William Robinson, adored Anemone nemorosa. Writing in his English Flower Garden in 1883, he begins by saying "there is little need to plead for their culture".
  21. Affectionately known as the Snowdrop Anemone, Anemone sylvestris is a charming perennial with satiny white flowers.
    $2.73

    Affectionately known as the Snowdrop Anemone, Anemone sylvestris is a charming perennial with satiny white flowers. Blooming in spring, the buds emerge on bent stems, dangling downwards like snowdrops. As the flowers start to open the stems straighten and the flowers face outwards to soak up the spring sunshine and attract pollinators to its scented flowers.

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

    Anemonopsis macrophylla

    False Anemone, Renge-shoma
    $4.13

    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.

  23. ‘Mariska’ is a little known but hardy and compact variety of Dill.
    $1.61

    ‘Mariska’ is a little known but hardy and compact variety of Dill. With starry bright yellow flower heads, abundant foliage and growing to only 60cm, this well behaved smaller dill is an excellent variety for use as a cut flower filler and is a great variety for the kitchen garden, windowsill or container.

  24. Angelica archangelica is a majestic plant that deserves a prominent position at the back of a border or in a wild part of the garden.

    Angelica archangelica

    Holy Ghost, Archangelica officinalis
    $1.96

    Angelica archangelica is a majestic plant that deserves a prominent position at the back of a border or in a wild part of the garden. All parts of the aromatic plant have culinary or medicinal uses, but it is best known for its candied stems, used as a cake decoration.

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