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  1.  To add to its hardworking attributes, Veronicastrum virginicum is one of the most fashionable plants around.
    €2.46
    Veronicastrum virginicum 'Album' is one of the most fashionable plants around. It's an icon of the prairie-style of planting which has marked the young millennium. The multiple tapering, soft spikes of white flowers look like elegant, living candelabras. Topping dark-bronze stems, they provide vertical structure to any border.
  2. With a strong vertical aspect, the flower spikes of Veronicastrum sibiricum grow to a height of 120cm.

    Veronicastrum sibiricum

    Siberian Culver's Root
    €2.34

    To garden with an Oudolf-esque plant like Veronicastrum, it is not necessary to turn your outdoor space into a prairie: you are allowed to keep your flower beds. Naturalistic planting travels well, and Veronicastrum holds its own in a formal border as well as in the middle of a lawn which has turned into a meadow.

  3.  Veronica spicata ssp. incana is an outstanding silver-leaved perennial with a nice compact habit.

    Veronica spicata ssp. incana

    Silver Speedwell
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    Veronica spicata ssp. incana is an outstanding silver-leaved perennial with a good compact habit. Growing to just 40cm (16in) tall, it forms a mound of silvery grey narrow leaves. In early summer the plant bears short spikes of deep violet blue flowers.

  4. Veronica longifolia blooms with  tall, slender blue columns crowded with small tubular blossoms.
    €2.34

    Veronica longifolia prefers a position in sun or part shade in moist well-drained soil. The sophisticated blue spires bloom in midsummer and last for several months. They make a strong vertical statement and are an excellent contrast to more traditional flowers shapes when positioned at the front of the border.

  5. Trollius are clump-forming perennials that are suitable for full sun or part shade and require moist conditions
    €2.10
    Trollius 'Golden Queen' has strong erect stems, rising up to three feet from out of its clump of serrated foliage. Each stem is topped by the largest brightest tangerine blossoms. Excellent for bouquets and magnets for butterflies and bees.
  6. 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

    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.

  7. Although Succisa is usually found in wet meadows in their native habitats they are tolerant of ordinary garden soil and conditions.

    Succisa pratensis 'Devil’s Bit Scabious'

    Devil’s Bit Scabious
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.34

    Blue is such a vivid colour in the crystal-clear light peculiar to early autumn. But it's rather a rarity so the airy wands of small blue buttons found on Succisa pratensis are a particular blessing from August to October. This little wildflower is a very versatile plant and worthy of greater appreciation.

  8. Sanguisorba tenuifolia ‘Alba’ is a slender, refined plant. The clusters of flowers float like dainty ghosts at the tips of their slender stems.

    Sanguisorba tenuifolia ‘Alba’

    Japanese Burnet, Oriental Burnet
    €2.52

    This Japanese species of Burnet has infiltrated our psyche and somehow manipulated us so that we can find no fault with this most refined of perennials. Flowering in the first half of summer, the highly tactile flowers float like dainty ghosts at the tips of their slender stems.

  9. Sanguisorba officinalis is a an old-world herb that is currently enjoying a resurgence in popularity.

    Sanguisorba officinalis

    Greater Burnet, Di-Yu
    Ancient Herb, WIldflower of Britain and Ireland
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    Sanguisorba officinalis is a native of Europe and an old-world herb that is currently enjoying a resurgence in popularity thanks to the revival of interest in perennial gardens and naturalised form of planting. Perfect for natural style planting schemes, it looks right at home in a swaying sea of grasses.

  10. Sanguisorba menziesii

    Sanguisorba menziesii

    Alaskan Burnet
    €2.46

    Out of stock

    Sanguisorba menziesii instantly catches the eye in the garden. With dense clusters of deep red, fat wiggly caterpillar shaped flowers and blue-green rounded leaves on gently arching stems, the colouring harmonises beautifully together.

  11. Pycnanthemum pilosum 'Mountain Mint'

    Pycnanthemum pilosum 'Mountain Mint'

    American Mountain Mint
    €1.86

    This attractive plant will be equally at home in the flower border or keeping company with the sage and thyme in your herb garden. Delightfully aromatic, the floral-peppermint scent is subtly different from other mints. Mountain mint is a great nectar plant, its honey is much sought after.

  12. Prunella vulgaris is an interesting and quite beautiful little wildflower plant.

    Prunella vulgaris 'Self-heal'

    Wildflower of Britiain and Ireland
    €1.74

    Out of stock

    Prunella vulgaris is an interesting and quite beautiful little wildflower plant. The plants produce pretty blue-violet flowers in summer, the flowers freely produce nectar and are highly attractive to bees. If you’re looking for something to add to a meadow garden, or something for those shady areas this is the plant for you.

  13. Primula vialii is a very striking plant, especially when seen grown in groups.

    Primula vialii 'Orchid Primrose'

    Poker Primrose, Vials Primrose
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    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
  14. 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.
  15. Primula japonica 'Millers Crimson' produces whorls of scarlet-red blooms

    Primula japonica 'Millers Crimson'

    Japanese Hardy Primrose
    €2.70
    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.

  16. ‘Noverna Deep Blue’ is a fascinating primula with the most intense, deep blue-violet flowers.

    Primula capitata 'Noverna Deep Blue'

    Primrose, Asiatic Primrose
    €3.54

    ‘Noverna Deep Blue’ is a fascinating primula with the most intense, deep blue-violet flowers. The flared bell-shaped blooms emerge in summer in tight clusters, held aloft on powdery silver-white stems. This outstanding primula needs no pre-chilling and if sown early, will flower in its first year.

  17. Persicaria flowers are clustered in a cylinder shape on the top of tall flower spikes.

    Polygonum bistorta, Bistort

    Herb Bistort, Easter Giant. Aka Persicaria bistorta
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.22

    Out of stock

    Bistort was formerly cultivated as a culinary and medicinal plant. This semi-evergreen perennial produces clusters of small, light pink flowers throughout summer and into autumn. The plant is ideal for creating groundcover, it is also highly attractive to bees and butterflies.

  18. Polemonium caeruleum album

    Polemonium caeruleum album

    White Jacob’s Ladder, Greek Valerian
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.10

    The white form of the lovely Jacobs Ladder, named after the slender, fresh green leaflets arranged like the rungs of a ladder. Blooming in late spring to early summer, the bright foliage and white flowers will brighten shady locations. Both the flowers and the attractive ferny foliage are excellent for cutting.

  19. Tall enough to give the same airy effect, yet so much easier to place in the garden.

    Persicaria orientalis 'Cerise Pearls'

    Dwarf Kiss Me Over the Garden Gate
    €2.34

    Persicaria orientalis ‘Cerise Pearls’ is a new, modern-day variety that grows to a more manageable height of 100 to 140cm . Tall enough to give the same airy effect, yet so much easier to place in the garden. From August to October the whole plant is spectacularly draped with long, dangling, velour-like cerise tassels.

  20. ‘Cerise Pearls’ is a new, modern-day variety, bred to grow to a more manageable height of 100 to 140cm.

    Persicaria orientalis

    Kiss Me Over the Garden Gate
    €2.22

    Out of stock

    Persicaria orientalis goes by a common name so flamboyant that it’s worth growing just to be able to sprinkle its name into conversation. ‘Kiss Me Over the Garden Gate’ is an extraordinarily tall garden favourite. Growing up to 2 metres tall, the whole plant is spectacularly draped with long, dangling, velour-like cerise tassels.

  21. Pennyroyal has attractive whorls of lilac-blue flowers appear in mid to late summer, held above the foliage on stout stems.

    Pennyroyal, Mentha pulegium

    Pudding Grass, Pulegium
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland, Ancient Crop
    €1.74

    Pennyroyal is a cottage garden plant of old. This highly aromatic herb has a strong peppermint scent to its dark green leaves, even more so than other mints.With attractive whorls of lilac-blue flowers, it can be used to carpet a shady corner or make a 'lawn' smelling deliciously of peppermint.

  22. Lychnis flos cuculi

    Lychnis flos cuculi

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

    Starting at: €1.74

    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.

  23. A much sought-after perennial lobelia which is grown for both its wonderful foliage and brilliant flowers.

    Lobelia cardinalis 'Queen Victoria'

    Cardinal Flower, Blood Red Dragons Tongues
    €3.54
    ‘Queen Victoria’ is a much sought-after perennial lobelia which is grown for both its wonderful foliage and brilliant flowers. This stately, upright plant bears stunning spikes of crimson-scarlet flowers which rise up among the beautiful, maroon-bronze coloured foliage.
  24. The golden-yellow centred, saucer-shaped flowers of the familiar Limnanthes douglasii are delicately scented.

    Limnanthes douglasii

    Poached Egg Plant or Fried Egg Plant.

    Starting at: €1.74

    The fragrant, abundant flowers of Limnanthes appear from summer to autumn and attract bees and butterflies for the duration. This lovely plant provides a carpet of fragrant golden and white blooms that will grace the front of the border, rockery or path edging.

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