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  1. Snake's head fritillaries always excite attention wherever they are seen.

    Fritillaria meleagris

    Snake's Head Fritillary, Chequered Lily,
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.70

    Snake's head fritillaries always excite attention wherever they are seen. None of the other lovely members of the fritillaria genus can match this native wildflower for the bizarre and unmistakable colouring of its bell-shaped flowers.
  2.  Fragrance is an important component of many garden designs.

    Fragrant Flower Garden Mix

    Exceptionally fragrant annual flowers

    Starting at: €3.90

    Out of stock

    You can't see it or touch it. But it's so integral a part of the garden experience that it penetrates the very soul. It's fragrance. And none of our other four senses has the power to trigger emotions as strong or memories as sweet as scent does. Practice your own individual form of 'aromatherapy' in the garden.

  3. Our native Meadowsweet is a familiar sight in damp woods and meadows, on the banks of streams or wet ditches throughout Europe.

    Filipendula ulmaria 'Meadowsweet'

    Meadowsweet, Wildflower of the British Isles
    €1.50

    Our native Meadowsweet is a familiar sight, with fernlike foliage and tufts of graceful, fragrant creamy-white flowers, which are in blossom from June to almost September. It has been used as a medicinal plant since ancient times.

  4. Dainty diminutive Festuca glauca is one of the most tactile of the evergreen grasses.

    Diminutive Festuca glauca makes a tight mound of steely blue, needle-like blades and is one of the most tactile of the evergreen grasses. Planted as a specimen or in swathes across a garden, the colour is so unexpected it can't help but catch the eye.

  5. Festuca amethystina, with silvery-blue, tufted blades of foliage
    €2.34

    Festuca amethystina has the most striking combination of silvery-blue, tufted blades of foliage, with drooping, dark violet-tinged flower stems that will rise above the foliage in the first year if sown early enough. It is a gem for containers or a rock garden.

  6. Plants develop into magnificent clumps of airy feather foliage,

    Fennel, Green Fennel

    Herb Fennel, Green Fennel
    €1.38

    Out of stock

    The green garden fennel is a handsome and popular perennial, often planted on its own for impact or combined with other flowers in borders. The airy feather foliage is crowned in late summer with large heads of tiny flowers. Both leaves and seeds are useful and seeds may be left to ripen as a crop.

  7. Bronze fennel looks fantastic as a centrepiece for a sunny herb garden, or among tall perennials and grasses.

    Fennel, Bronze Fennel

    Herb Fennel, Bronze Fennel.
    €1.74

    Used in many culinary dishes, the leaves and seeds of Fennel have a sweet aroma and an aniseed flavour. The fine clouds of feathery, bronze-purple leaves are wonderful in the herb garden or among tall perennials and grasses. The foliage acts as a delicate veil through which flower heads of plants can be seen.

  8. Felicia heterophylla ‘The Blues’

    Felicia heterophylla ‘The Blues’

    Kingfisher Daisy, True Blue Daisy

    Felicia 'The Blues' is one of the few Felicia’s with entirely blue flowers. It is drought tolerant and very easily grown from seed. Flowering in just 8 to 10 weeks from sowing the stunning electric-blue flowers are borne above tidy, compact foliage.

  9. Oenothera biennis provides a wonderful splash of summer colour in the garden from June until September.

    Evening Primrose, Oenothera biennis, Organic

    Evening Primrose, Herb Primrose, King's cure-all
    Wildflower of Europe
    €2.10
    Oenothera biennis provides a wonderful splash of summer colour in the garden. Flowering begins in June and plants continue growing throughout the season so there is a constant succession until about September. In early summer the sweetly scented, bright yellow flowers open towards evening and are faintly phosphorescent.
  10. Known as Evening Primrose, in early summer the sweetly scented, bright yellow flowers open towards evening

    Evening Primrose, Oenothera biennis

    Evening Primrose, Herb Primrose, King's cure-all
    Wildflower of Europe
    €1.98

    Evening Primrose is a classic plant, with its beautiful yellow flowers is a feast for the eyes as well as the stomach. The whole plant is edible: leaves can be cooked as greens and the nutty-flavoured roots can be boiled and eaten like potatoes, parsnips, or salsify. The flowers make a lovely salad garnish.

  11. Euphorbia x pasteurii has only been on the garden scene for about four years so it is a fairly new plant name to most gardeners.
    €3.42

    Out of stock

    Euphorbia x pasteurii has only been on the garden scene for about four years. With yellow honey scented flowers from April to June and clothed in narrow, leathery evergreen dark green leaves with a distinctive, creamy-white central midrib, it makes a very attractive, rounded architectural form.

  12. Euphorbias give us some of the best early spring herbaceous colour, but Euphorbia polychroma has the most impact.

    Euphorbia polychroma

    Cushion spurge, Many-coloured spurge.
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    Euphorbias give us some of the best early spring herbaceous colour, but Euphorbia polychroma has the most impact. This compact variety grows to only 50cm with a great mound of yellow-green flowers in spring and echoes the daffodils.
  13. The flowers are produced from earliest spring right through until early winter and are as valuable in the border as they are in the cutting garden.

    Euphorbia oblongata

    Eggleaf spurge. Oblong spurge
    €2.10

    Euphorbia oblongata is one of the very loveliest euphorbias. With dazzling yellow flowers, vibrant lime green bracts and dark green, oval leaves with pale green veins. Often grown as an annual, this fabulous and attractive plant is one of the longest-flowering and most valuable of commercial cut flowers.

  14. Euphorbia myrsinites is a charming plant that deserves to be better known.

    Euphorbia myrsinites

    Myrtle Spurge
    €2.34
    Euphorbia myrsinites is a charming plant, a prostrate-growing evergreen with trailing stems that are clad in spiraling grey-blue leaves. An easy, tough, tidy groundcover and one of the most useful and highly ornamentally plants to grow in the garden.
  15. Euphorbia mellifera is an evergreen shrub is grown as much for its foliage as its deliciously scented bronze tinted flowers.

    Euphorbia mellifera

    Honey Spurge
    €3.54

    Out of stock

    Euphorbia mellifera is grown as much for its foliage as its deliciously scented flowers. A magnificent euphorbia with stiff stems strung with whorls of bright green leaves, topped in spring with small, honey-scented, bronze-tinted flowers.
  16. Euphorbia marginata “Summer Icicle” is a highly versatile, ornamental plant and a great garden performer.

    Euphorbia marginata 'Summer Icicle'

    Dwarf Snow on the Mountain, Mountain Snow
    €2.10

    Summer Icicle adds wonderful contrast to bright summer bedding and container displays and is at home in the border where it performs well in hot and dry soils. The flowers form small white cups at the top and centre of the plant. It is top branching so ideal for use as a cut flower.

  17. Growing in clusters of three seeds they look a little like Capers.

    Euphorbia lathyris

    Caper Spurge, Mole Plant
    €2.76

    Out of stock

    Euphorbia lathyris is an ornamental biennial plant with upright unbranched stems which carry four rows of rigidly arranged deep green leaves. Commonly known as the Caper Spurge or Mole Plant. The seeds grow in green clusters of three seeds and look a little like Capers. The plant is reputed to deter moles.

  18. Euphorbia characias forms a natural rounded shape, and brings structure and an architectural quality to the garden, while the colour and texture offer almost endless contrast possibilities.

    Euphorbia characias subsp wulfenii

    Mediterranean Spurge
    €3.06

    One of the grandest of plants, Euphorbia characias 'Wulfenii' has upright stems clothed with whorls of fleshy, mat grey-green leaves that lend the whole plant a textural quality that is unparalleled. From March to June the plants are topped with intense chartreuse-green flowers'.

  19. From July and continuing until autumn, the plants are crowned with large, domed panicles of pinkish-purple nectar-rich flowers.

    Eupatorium maculatum atropurpureum

    Spotted Joe Pye weed
    Eutrochium purpureum subsp. maculatum
    €2.70
    Eupatorium maculatum atropurpureum is handsome in all of its parts. Invaluable for the late-summer border, the mid-green leaves and stems are suffused with a dusky purple. From July they are crowned with large domed panicles of pinkish-purple nectar-rich flowers.
  20. This architectural and eye catching plant bears generously clusters of ivory-white blooms.

    Eupatorium fistulosum f. albidum 'Ivory Towers'

    Hollow Joe Pye weed, Queen of the Meadow
    €2.70
    Introduced in 2010, Eupatorium ‘Ivory Towers’ is relatively new to our gardens yet has already been awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit . This architectural plant bears generously clusters of ivory-white blooms which are long-lasting and beloved by butterflies. Given an early sowing, will flower the first year.
  21. The magnificent Eucalyptus gunnii is one of the most popular hardy varieties of eucalyptus, which thrives in our climate.

    Eucalyptus gunnii 'Cider gum'

    Cider Gum, Gum Tree
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    With silvery-blue, rounded young leaves that give way to glaucous, sickle-shaped adult foliage and smooth whitish-green bark that is shed annually in late summer. This magnificent Eucalyptus is one of the most popular hardy varieties of eucalyptus.
  22. Eschscholzia californica 'Rosa Romantica' is a lovely and quite unique California Poppy.
    €2.34

    With flowers that resemble a rose, Eschscholzia californica 'Rosa Romantica' is a lovely and quite unique California Poppy, the petals are streaked in the most romantic of shades, soft pink-rose and salmon-fuchsia overlay creamy white on each elaborately painted petal.

  23. Eschscholzia californica 'Red Chief'
    €1.74

    The best and truest red ever seen in a Californian Poppy. Eschscholzia californica 'Red Chief' has been outstanding in trials, the intensely coloured blooms are produced all summer long above low-growing mounds of feathery blue-green foliage.

  24. Eschscholzia californica 'Purple Gleam'
    €1.74

    Justifiably popular and very easy to grow from seed, Eschscholzia californica are one of the easiest and most colourful annuals to grow. 'Purple Gleam' is an elegant and unusual cultivar of the California poppy, with single, satiny blooms in lovely shades of purple-pink to lilac-purple.

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