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  1. Zinnia 'Queen Lime' is the solid green sister of 'Queen Red Lime', in fashionable chartreuse.

    Zinnia elegans 'Queen Lime'

    Dahlia Flowered Zinnia
    €3.18

    Zinnia elegans 'Queen Lime' is the solid green sister of 'Queen Red Lime'. In fashionable chartreuse, it is an improvement on the traditional green zinnia ‘Envy’. Fully double, very long-lasting, and fade-resistant, their unusual colour makes a good companion for every other flower in the garden.

  2. Zinnia elegans 'Queen Red Lime'. There is no other flower on the market quite like it.

    Zinnia elegans 'Queen Lime Red'

    Dahlia Flowered Zinnia
    €3.18

    Out of stock

    An astounding achievement in floral breeding, Zinnia ‘Queen Red Lime’ is a unique zinnia that is coveted for its unusual colouring. From a smoky dark rose to a subtle maroon red crowned with lime green. The petals are layered thickly with a stunning crown. There is no other flower on the market quite like it.
  3. Zinnia elegans 'Envy' feature large 10 to 12cm (4 to 5in) lime-green blooms.

    Zinnia elegans 'Envy'

    Dahlia Flowered Zinnia
    €1.74

    Out of stock

    A favourite of gardeners and florists around the world, Zinnias are extremely easy to grow from seed and are the perfect flower for beginners. Zinnia elegans 'Envy' feature large 10 to 12cm (4 to 5in) lime-green blooms. They provide colour from mid-summer to autumn and make wonderful cut flowers.
  4. This particularly fine Viola variety produces pure, golden-yellow flowers in abundance.
    €1.14

    Viola Prince John, although somewhat older than its royal namesake, this particularly fine Viola variety produces pure, golden-yellow flowers in abundance. They look wonderful planted in mass as a ground cover and with bulbs and a splendid companion plant for 'King Henry'.

  5. This versatile, fuzzy mullein is a gardener’s friend, an herbalist’s delight and an engineering marvel all on its own.

    Verbascum thapsus 'Common Mullein'

    Aaron's Rod, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €1.80

    Several Verbascum species are prized garden ornamentals, but the species best-known among wildflower enthusiasts and herbalists is the homely but useful common mullein, Verbascum thapsus. This fuzzy mullein is a gardener’s friend, an herbalist’s delight and an engineering marvel all on its own.

  6. Verbascum olympicum at Great Dixter, Christopher Lloyd loved their statuesque flowerheads.
    €1.62

    Verbascums are statuesque in both foliage and flower. This elegant species, native to the Olympus mountains is arguably the finest of the genus. Tall flower spikes rise from the centre of the foliage, each are weighted heavily with bright, golden-yellow blooms giving the effect of an enormous candelabra.

  7. Trollius europaeus is a native wild flower of Europe and Western Asia. Found in damp ground in shady areas, woodland and scrub, pastures and woods in mountain areas.

    Trollius europaeus

    Globeflower, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.16

    Out of stock

    Trollius europaeus is a beautiful native wild flower of Europe and Western Asia. Found in damp ground in shady areas, it is a most attractive plant with dark green, deeply cut leaves and bears flowers, best described as egg-yolk yellow in colour.

  8. Tellima make excellent semi-evergreen groundcover, they thrive in moist shade between flowers in a border.

    Tellima grandifora

    Fringecups, Bigflower Tellima
    €2.10

    Related to Heuchera and Tiarella, Tellima grandiflora form a tidy clump of rounded leaves and are topped by lime-green airy spires. They make excellent groundcover, thrive in shade between flowers in a border and make a good filler for separating strong shapes or bright colours.

  9. Sweet Annie has been used for centuries in its dried form in wreaths

    Sweet Annie, Artemisia annua

    Sweet wormwood, Qing Hao
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    Artemisia annua, commonly called Sweet Annie is a graceful annual with tall stems with fine bright green ferny foliage. With sweetly fragrant foliage it has a wide variety of uses both medicinal and for handcrafting but is most often grown for fresh and dried arrangements.

  10. Solidago 'Golden Baby'  is a hardy perennial that bears flat-topped clusters of golden-yellow plumes

    Solidago canadensis 'Golden Baby'

    Aka 'Goldkind' and 'Yellow Springs'.
    €2.10

    Solidago canadensis 'Golden Baby' is an easy to grow hardy perennial that bears flat-topped clusters of golden-yellow plumes. Growing to around 60cm tall they are perfect for borders or containers and provide end-of-season colour. Given an early sowing they will bloom in their first year.

  11. Sedum ‘Ruben's Lizard’ is a low-growing sedum that has tight, rosy-green cushion of needles with reddish tips.
    €2.34

    Sedum Ruben's Lizard is a low-growing sedum that has tight, rosy-green cushion of needles with reddish tips. Throughout the summer the plant is covered with many tiny, star-shaped white flowers. Drought and heat tolerant or low maintenance, whatever you want to call it, 'Lizard' takes a lot of abuse.

  12. 'Voodoo' has intense dark mahogany foliage with almost neon, luminous rosy-red flowers

    Sedum spurium 'Voodoo'

    Phedimus spurius
    €2.70

    Out of stock

    Sedum spurium 'Voodoo' is a stunning little perennial groundcover for hot, sunny locations. The intense dark mahogany foliage that provides a stunning contrast to the almost neon, luminous rosy-red flowers which appear June through August.

  13. Sedum reflexum typically grows up to 10cm (4in) high, the foliage resembling mini spruce branches.

    Sedum reflexum (rupestre)

    Reflexed Stonecrop, Love Links
    €1.50

    If you’re looking for a beautiful plant that thrives with virtual neglect, Sedum reflexum just might fit the bill. The small bushes spread over the ground and the foliage resembles mini spruce branches. They are at their loveliest spilling over edges of walls and rocks to create the illusion of a living waterfall.

  14. One of the more unusual textured species, Sedum forsterianum ‘Silver Stone’ produces whorls of silver-green foliage
    €2.70

    Sedum forsterianum ‘Silver Stone’ is one of the more unusual textured species, with whorls of silver-green foliage. In late summer bright yellow star shaped flowers appear. This low-growing succulent plant grows to a height of 15 to 20cm, extremely hardy it can cope with temperatures down to minus 34°C.

  15. Delicate in appearance and yet very cold hardy, Sedum acre is beautiful from the first stirrings of early spring to the twilight of autumn.

    Sedum acre 'Goldmoss Stonecrop'

    Biting Stonecrop, Wallpepper
    €1.74

    Delicate in appearance and yet very cold hardy, Sedum acre is beautiful from the first stirrings of early spring to the twilight of autumn. Hardy and very easy to grow. Started early it will form a nice dense ground cover the very first season. If the weather is favourable it will flower within six months.

  16. Rudbeckia occidentalis 'Green Wizard'

    Rudbeckia occidentalis 'Green Wizard'

    Western Coneflower, Green Coneflower
    €2.34

    An absolute gift to flower arrangers, this is a noble and ornamental plant for the back of any border making nice clumps of foliage. It is, of course, the flowers that are remarkable: three or four inches across, “green” is one’s immediate impression on seeing them.

  17. 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.
  18. Rhinanthus minor ‘Yellow Rattle’

    Rhinanthus minor ‘Yellow Rattle’

    Hay Rattle. Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

    Starting at: €1.98

    Rhinanthus minor, Yellow Rattle is an attractive, partially parasitic, annual wildflower of grasslands. It can used to increase species diversity and reduce the competitive vigour of grasses benefiting other sown wildflowers. It produces a better display of flowers and eases the mowing required. This seasons seeds, harvested in 2020, for sowing in 2020 to 2021.

  19. 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.
  20. 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.
  21. Resembling a cross between achillea and the immensely popular Verbena bonariensis, Patrinia has all the requisite fashionable qualities

    Patrinia scabiosifolia

    Ominaeshi, Maiden Flower
    €3.06

    Out of stock

    Patrinia scabiosifolia has continued to languish in relative obscurity until very recently. Resembling a cross between achillea and the immensely popular Verbena bonariensis, it has all the requisite qualities, airy see-through grace, a strong branching structure, plus sheets of sparkling chrome-yellow flowers.

  22. Nicotiana langsdorffii is one of those plants that deserves its present high reputation.

    Nicotiana langsdorffii

    Langsdorff's tobacco
    €1.98
    Nicotiana langsdorffii is Brazilian member of the tobacco family and one of those plants that deserves its present high reputation. The chartreuse green panicles of drooping bells add an important ingredient to the garden's palette of colours, a colour that fits in to a great variety of planting schemes.
  23. Nicotiana alata 'Lime Green' is a sought after variety which produces a mass of bright green flowers which open fully in the afternoon.

    Nicotiana alata var. grandiflora 'Lime Green'

    Jasmine Tobacco, Flowering Tobacco
    Nicotiana affinis var. grandiflora
    €1.50
    Nicotiana alata 'Lime Green' is a sought after variety which produces a mass of bright green flowers which open fully in the afternoon. It provides a new and refreshing alternative to the usual shade annuals: the unusual colouring lifts the summer border and act as a foil to hotter colours.
  24. ‘Crimson Bedder’ is free-flowering and sun-loving, their pure bloom power makes this plant a winner for every gardener.

    Nicotiana alata var. grandiflora 'Crimson Bedder'

    Jasmine Tobacco, Flowering Tobacco
    €1.50

    The pure bloom power of Nicotiana Crimson Bedder makes it a winner for every garden. The well branched and bushy plants grow to around 50cm tall. These free-flowering little gems will bloom from early summer to autumn, every inch packed with crimson blooms.

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