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  1. Selinum wallichianum is a plant that combines strength and structure with delicate refinement. All who see it are smitten by it.

    Selinum wallichianum

    Wallich milk parsley
    €2.70
    Selinum wallichianum is a plant that combines strength and structure with delicate refinement. It has had high praise from some of the most discriminating of gardeners. E A Bowles called it ". . . the queen of all umbellifers, with its almost transparent tender green-ness and the marvellously lacy pattern of its large leaves . . . the most beautiful of all fern-leaved plants".
  2. Scabiosa 'Goldingensis' is ideal for borders and prized as a cut flower, a popular choice with both gardeners and florists

    Scabiosa caucasica perfecta 'Goldingensis'

    Caucasian scabious, Perennial Pin Cushion
    €2.70

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    Bred by Arthur John Golding in around 1887, ‘Goldingensis’ is still the largest and deepest shade of blue available. Ideal for borders and prized as a cut flower, a popular choice with gardeners and florists and immensely appreciated by bees and butterflies.
  3. Saponaria is a superb flowering, pretty little plant that makes a low carpet for ground cover or for rock features.

    Saponaria ocymoides

    Tumbling Ted, Trailing Rock Soapwort

    Out of stock

    Saponaria is a pretty little plant that forms a mound of bright-green leaves, smothered by starry bright-pink clusters of flowers. Use as a ground cover, in paving or rock features or allow it to trail over the sides of raised beds and low walls. RHS Award of Garden Merit.
  4. The deep violet blue colour of Victoria Blue salvia flowers are no doubt the plants' outstanding feature.

    Salvia farinacea 'Victoria Blue'

    Mealy Cup Sage, Flowering Sage, Blue Sage
    €1.74
    Deep, true blue is a highly sought after colour in flowers and are this plants' outstanding feature. Flowering in less than four months, this is a splendid variety, a bushy base branching plant producing numerous, long-lasting spikes of vivid true blue flowers.
  5. Salvia argentea is prized for its spectacular, large, furry silver-grey leaves.
    €3.42
    Salvia argentea is prized for its spectacular, large, furry silver-grey leaves. The plants form an attractive mound that provide a dramatic background for colourful summer flowers. It complements purple or magenta flowers and looks gorgeous in a ‘white’ garden.
  6. Rudbeckia Goldsturm form a bushy, upright clumps with a profuse display of flowers.

    Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii 'Goldsturm'

    Black Eyed Susan, Golden Coneflower
    €1.98
    Rudbeckia are one of the top ten favorites of many gardeners'. Goldsturm is a compact form of the yolk-yellow black-eyed Susan, it is short enough not to need staking and never flops. An excellent cut flower and a great choice for mass planting.
  7. 'The Dwarf Pomegranate' is one of the best compact, ornamental shrubs for courtyards and small gardens.
    €3.30

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    The Dwarf Pomegranate is one of the best compact, ornamental shrubs for courtyards and small gardens, its compact size makes it suitable to containers. Producing breathtaking orange/red trumpet-shaped flowers which are followed by orange/red fruit.

  8.  The pale yellow, single primrose is one of the early signs of spring, coinciding with the first early daffodils.

    Primula vulgaris 'Native Primrose'

    Native Primrose, Wildflower of the British Isles
    €1.98
    Primula vulgaris is the familiar native European primrose. The pale yellow, single primrose is one of the early signs of spring. Cultivated in cottage gardens and spring borders, they are wonderful under planting ferns and other woodland plants.
  9. Primula vialii is a very striking plant, especially when seen grown in groups.

    Primula vialii 'Orchid Primrose'

    Poker Primrose, Vials Primrose
    €2.34

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    P. vialii is a rosette-forming herbaceous perennial, with hairy, oblong-lanceolate leaves and erect stems with a terminal conical spike of light violet flowers 1cm in width, opening from red buds. A really striking plant, especially when seen grown in groups
  10. Primula veris is one of the most striking native primula species, best grown in groups especially if naturalised in grass.

    Primula veris

    Cowslip Primrose
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.34
    One of the most striking native primula species, this is best grown in groups, especially if naturalised in grass. The fresh green rosettes of crinkly oval leaves are covered in velvety hairs, rolled inwards as the flower buds form in spring.
  11. Primula japonica 'Postford White' is almost certainly the most impressive of all of the tall white primulas.
    €2.70

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    'Postford White' is a lovely Candelabra Primula. This hardy, long-lived plant will become enormous in rich moist soil, producing golden-eyed ivory white flowers on thick, strong stems. It is almost certainly the most impressive of all of the tall white primulas.
  12. Primula japonica 'Millers Crimson' produces whorls of scarlet-red blooms

    Primula japonica 'Millers Crimson'

    Japanese Hardy Primrose
    €2.34
    Primula japonica 'Millers Crimson' produces whorls of scarlet-red blooms and makes a wonderful display in shady, damp spots and woodlands. It will grow in full light but given some dappled shade will grow in most situations where the soil remains moist at all times. For the best impact, plant them in large drifts.

  13. Primula chionantha sub-species chionantha is a robust plant that has been described as the best white garden Primula.
    €3.30

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    Primula chionantha is an elegant plant that has been described as the best white garden Primula. Each plant may have several flower stems that each produce whorls of flowers, held in loose clusters of pendulous pure white blooms.
  14. Primula beesiana is long-lived and one of the species known as candelabra primroses.

    Primula beesiana

    Candelabra Primrose (subsp Primula bulleyana)
    €2.46

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    Primula beesiana is closely related to P. bulleyana and found on the slopes of Yulong Xue Shan the Green Jade Dragon Mountain. It produces stout stems carrying umbels of deep pink flowers in late spring and throughout the summer months.
  15. Primula alpicola, commonly called the moonlight primrose, is a species of Primula native to Bhutan and south-eastern Tibet.

    Primula alpicola

    Moonlight primrose
    €3.06
    First collected in 1926 by Frank Kingdon-Ward, Primula alpicola grows to 25 to 50cm (10 to 20in) tall with many bell-shaped flowers. The flowers can be in several colours, white, cream and shades of violet to purple, some almost verge on the red.
  16. "Miss Willmott" is a delicious variety of the good tempered herbaceous cinquefoils
    €1.50
    A delicious variety of the good tempered herbaceous cinquefoils, with masses of rounded, cherry coloured flowers with a large area of red at the centre of the flower. With rich green strawberry plant-like foliage, it flowers for weeks throughout summer.
  17. Persicaria "Superba" with Allium 'Purple Sensation'.

    Polygonum bistorta 'Superba'

    Formerly Persicaria bistorta 'Superba'
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    Polygonum 'Superba' is a fine border plant, a semi-evergreen perennial that produces clusters of small, light pink flowers that add a vertical dimension to the border, the flowers are an important late summer source of nectar for bees. RHS AGM.
  18. Polygonatum multiflorum is always a welcome addition to the woodland or shade garden.

    Polygonatum multiflorum 'Solomon's Seal'

    Common Solomon's Seal
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.94
    Polygonatum multiflorum is a long cultivated pan-European perennial. Alternate bright green leaves are held upright like the wings of a bird on the upstroke of flight. Tubular white flowers, edged with tiny lime-green petals spring from their axils in spring.
  19. There are not too many richly coloured blue flowers, but this is certainly one of them.

    Platycodon grandiflorus 'Grandiflora Blue'

    Balloon Flower, Chinese Bellflower, Japanese Bellflower
    €1.98
    Platycodon is a very floriferous, robust, long lived perennial that produces handfuls of rich lavender-violet flowers accented with darker violet veins. Beginning at the tips of the stems, buds slowly swell into 2 inch 'balloons', which pop open into bell-shaped flowers.
  20. This oddly named perennial is perfect for the middle of a mixed or herbaceous border in sun or partial shade.

    Physostegia virginiana 'Crown of Snow'

    Obedient plant, The Lady of the Lake
    €2.34
    The physostegia, or obedient plant, has prolific dazzling, pure white flower spikes which are arranged on distinctly square stems. They can be twisted around the stem and will remain where you put them...hence, the common name!
  21. Physalis franchetti is a highly attractive and much loved plant with a mound forming habit and mid green coloured leaves.

    Physalis alkekengi var. franchetii

    Chinese Lantern, Winter Cherry
    €1.50
    Physalis franchetti is a highly attractive and much loved plant with a mound forming habit and mid green coloured leaves. Each year it makes a good show producing creamy-white star shaped flowers, which are followed by bright orange-red, paper-like lanterns in autumn.
  22. Phormium tenax 'Purpureum' with rich bronze-purple leaves will add valuable winter interest to your garden.

    Phormium tenax purpureum

    Purple New Zealand Flax
    €2.22

    Out of stock

    Phormium tenax 'Purpureum' with its rich bronze-purple leaves has two characteristics which are sought-after by gardeners looking to add a bit of drama to their borders. Bold, architectural lines with erect, sword-shaped leaves and rich evergreen foliage colour.
  23. With its long period of flowering, Phlomis russeliana is a justifiably popular plant.

    Phlomis russeliana

    Jerusalem Sage, Turkish Sage
    €2.70
    Phlomis russeliana is a justifiably popular plant, with lovely sage-like rosettes of heart shaped leaves. From late spring, right through to early autumn, whorls of hooded, soft yellow flowers appear. Each plant can contain as many as fifty individual blooms creating a magnificent candelabra effect.
  24. Shiso ‘Akajiso’ is a typical red leaf variety of Perilla used extensively in Japan

    Perilla, Shiso ‘Akajiso’ Red Leaf

    Japanese or Chinese Basil, Purple Mint.
    €1.50
    Shiso ‘Akajiso’ the red leaf variety of Perilla is used extensively in Japan to season vegetables, rice, soups, fish, etc. It has a wonderful complex aroma, the taste is almost always said to be quite hard to describe - the words cinnamon, basil, anise, and citrus pop up in the attempts.

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