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  1. In summer Echium 'Pink Bedder' bears the most beautiful dense spikes of exquisite, rosy-pink flowers.
    €1.74

    Echium plantagineum 'Pink Bedder' is a companion plant to the original 'Blue Bedder'. The blooms are rich in nectar and pollen, use in the border or as part of wildlife friendly planting schemes. The plant repeat blooms throughout the summer into autumn, providing nectar for bees for overwintering.

  2. Erythronium dens-canis is attractive from the moment it pokes up from the soil in early spring.

    Erythronium dens-canis

    Dog's Tooth Violet
    €3.30

    Out of stock

    Erythronium dens-canis is attractive from the moment it pokes up from the soil in early spring. The oval pointed leaves with bronze patterns appear in early spring and are followed shortly by nodding rose pink to purple, elfin-cap flowers that bloom for several weeks.
  3. 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.
  4. Geranium albanum look fabulous tumbling over a rockery or onto gravel pathways

    Geranium albanum

    Hardy Geranium
    €2.34

    Geranium albanum is a beautiful and interesting geranium. This low growing species produces large numbers of magenta-veined, shocking pink flowers. The flowers open pale at first and darken with age, with a rose heart and fines violet lines they bloom from spring to midsummer.

  5. Geranium endressii

    Geranium endressii

    French crane's-bill, Géranium d' Endress
    €2.70
    Geranium endressii is one of the best choices for massed plantings, filling in quickly to create a bushy groundcover. The plant forms a mound of glossy, deeply-cut, green foliage, bearing a summer-long display of cup-shaped, bright pink flowers.
  6. Get out the dark glasses – Geranium psilostemon has the most uncompromising colour of screaming magenta!

    Geranium psilostemon

    Armenian crane's-bill
    €4.74

    Out of stock

    Get out the dark glasses – Geranium psilostemon has the most uncompromising colour of screaming magenta! Nothing like as gaudy as you might think and it never overwhelms, the wonderful dark eye in each flower tones down the effect.
  7. ‘Vision Light Pink’ produces masses of large luminescent flowers from early spring through to late summer.
    €3.54

    ‘Vision Light Pink’ produces masses of large luminescent light pink flowers with red veins from early spring through to late summer. This long-lived, drought-tolerant perennial is useful as a small scale groundcover and in mixed borders. Use it in rock gardens, stone walls or even in container plantings.

  8. ‘Vision Violet’ produces masses of large luminescent violet flowers from early spring through to late summer.
    €3.54

    A beautiful, robust ground cover variety of the every popular Geranium sanguineum; ‘Vision Violet’ produces masses of large luminescent violet flowers from early spring to summer. The blooms cover this compact, mounding plant with intricately cut leaves.

  9. Helichrysum bracteatum is the most well known and is probably the best of all the everlasting flowers.

    Helichrysum bracteatum 'Salmon Rose'

    Strawflower, Everlasting, Paper Daisy, Immortelle
    €2.10

    Helichrysum bracteatum 'Salmon Rose' is a lovely mixture of double buff, peach and salmon papery, double flowers which make one of the finest subjects for bouquets, apart from being useful for beds and borders, they are also an excellent dried flower.

  10. It is widely used as a 'taste enhancing' herb in cooking and in teas.
    €2.22

    Hyssop, once recognised as a medicinal herb is enjoying a revival with home gardeners. An aromatic herb similar to rosemary or lavender, it makes an excellent low hedge and more unusual alternative to box. The plants are a dark, vibrant green with a spiky, upright habit and narrow tongue-like leaves. 'Pink' Hyssop sports vibrant, pink flowers.

  11. Iberis umbellata 'Rose-Cardinal' Candytuft

    Iberis umbellata 'Rose-Cardinal' Candytuft

    Annual or Globe Candytuft
    €1.50

    Iberis umbellata 'Rose-Cardinal' is quick to grow and is in bloom within two months from a spring sowing. Extremely easy to grow, they are invaluable for underplanting and for use in rock gardens and containers. They are considered one of the best plants grown for edging purposes.

  12. This stunning sweet pea has clusters of delicate pink flowers from June to September

    Lathyrus latifolius 'Pink Pearl'

    Perennial Sweet Pea, Everlasting Sweet Pea
    €1.74

    Out of stock

    This stunning sweet pea has clusters of delicate pink flowers from June to September. It was introduced before 1635 and became popular in gardens in the early 1900s, often grown over a floral cage - very fashionable in Victorian England!
  13. Lathyrus odoratus, 'Mammoth Salmon Cream'

    Lathyrus odoratus, 'Mammoth Salmon Cream'

    Early Multiflora Gigantea Sweet Pea
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    Mammoth Sweet Peas belongs to a type of sweet pea called an 'Early Multiflora Gigantea'. Marked by the longest stems, and large fragrant blooms, they are very popular with commercial cut flower growers. 'Mammoth Salmon Cream' produce large flowers that are borne on beautifully long stems.

  14.  The original ‘Painted Lady’ sweet pea arose as a sport from 'Cupani' in about 1730.
    €1.74

    The original ‘Painted Lady’ sweet pea arose as a sport from 'Cupani' in about 1730. It was the very first named sweet pea cultivar. Recently reselected, this modern form produces larger, more numerous flowers and retains the distinctive colour combination of lotus-pink and white petals with a rich, old-time sweet scent.

  15. 'Prince Edward of York' is a striking two-toned variety that features cerise standard and deep magenta-crimson wings.
    €1.98

    Introduced by Henry Eckford in 1897, Lathyrus odoratus 'Prince Edward of York' is a striking two-toned variety that features cerise standard and deep magenta-crimson wings. With usually three, occasionally four blooms to each stem, they make exceptionally fine cut flowers.

  16. Lathyrus odoratus, Spencer 'Gwendoline'

    Lathyrus odoratus, Spencer 'Gwendoline'

    Spencer Traditional Sweet Pea
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    'Gwendoline' is a heavily scented ‘Spencer’ type, with large, frilly pink blooms. Classed as a magenta by the NSPS, it is perhaps more of a bright pink presented on a white background. Either way it is a superb variety and is highly recommended for exhibition, the cutting garden and for fragrance.
  17. “Ellagance” are first year flowering lavenders, boasting large flowers and a compact bushy form.

    Lavandula angustifolia ‘Ellagance Pink’

    English Lavender, 'Elegance Pink'
    €3.18

    'Ellagance' are first year flowering lavenders, boasting large flowers and a compact bushy form. ‘Ellagance Pink’ is the newest addition to the series. The deliciously perfumed, delicate pink blooms are produced from July onwards and are highly attractive to bees.

  18. Rose Campion has silvery-grey felted leaves and lax sprays of long-stalked, vivid rose-purple flowers in late summer.

    Lychnis coronaria 'Rose Campion'

    Bloody Mary, Corn Rose
    €1.50
    With silvery-grey felted leaves and lax sprays of long-stalked, vivid rose-purple flowers in late summer, Rose Campion flowers with a big showy display that maintains interest at a time when many other plants are flagging. A very useful plant in the garden.
  19. Lychnis flos cuculi

    Lychnis flos cuculi

    Ragged Robin, (aka Silene flos cuculi)
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

    Starting at: €1.50

    Ragged robin is found growing naturally in damp meadows and woods in Europe, It has the typical, flat flower-heads of Lychnis, but these are loose, with only a few individual flowers. They may vary from purplish pink to white and are star-shaped, with deeply cut petals.

  20. Malva moschata

    Malva moschata

    Musk Mallow, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €1.74

    Out of stock

    Malva is one of the truly grand old-fashioned flowers of that almost mythical English Cottage Garden, which so many people strive to recreate. With lovely ice-pink flowers and finely lobed foliage that possesses the elegance of some ferns, Malva will bloom profusely given a sunny position.

  21. Malva moschata 'Appleblossom'
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    Shorter than the species, Malva moschata 'Appleblossom' grows 45 to 60cm in height. The satiny, single flowers in a lovely soft shade of silver-pink, are textured and striated like crepe, they have a lustrous lacquered quality in sunlight. Wonderfully appealing to bees and other pollinators, they also make a good cut flower.

  22. Malva 'Bibor Felho'  feature velvety, plum-purple flowers with deep purple veins which emerge from distinctive purple flower buds.

    Malva sylvestris ssp. mauritiana 'Bibor Felho'

    Purple or Blue Mallow, French Hollyhock
    €2.10

    Out of stock

    Malva 'Bibor Felho' feature velvety, plum-purple flowers with deep purple veins which emerge from distinctive purple flower buds. A short-lived perennial that is often grown as a biennial or as an annual, this electric, willowy plant mingles well in the herbaceous border with plants of equal stature.

  23. Matthiola incana, 'Apricot'

    Matthiola incana, 'Apricot'

    Column or Traditional Tall Stocks
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    Matthiola incana 'Apricot' is a variety of the traditional tall stocks that are grown for the floral industry. The plants have large flower heads and grow to a height of 75cm. Extremely fashionable, the delicate peachy-apricot flowers are long lasting and magnificently fragrant with a sweet and spicy clove scent.

  24. Matthiola incana, 'Sweetheart'

    Matthiola incana, 'Sweetheart'

    Column or Traditional Tall Stocks
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    Matthiola incana 'Sweetheart' with the delicate pale-pink blooms is a variety that is traditionally grown for the floral industry. They can be sown early in spring to give a good summer flower display or can be treated as biennials. Seedlings started inside in October will have the flowers ready for Valentine’s Day.

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