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  1. Salvia verticulata 'Purple Fairy Tale' is a spectacular first year flowering perennial.

    Salvia verticillata 'Purple Fairy Tale'

    Ornamental, Whorled Sage
    €2.34

    Salvia verticillata 'Purple Fairy Tale' is a spectacular first year flowering perennial. The irresistible deep purple petals gather like raindrops in tiered pools to form whorled flowers. Easy to grow, it will begin to bloom just a couple of months after sowing. The plant flowers abundantly and continues right through to September

  2. Salvia farinacea "Victoria White" brings bees and butterflies into the garden by the dozen.

    Salvia farinacea 'Victoria White'

    Mealy Cup Sage, Flowering Sage, White Sage
    €1.74

    Salvia Victoria White is a companion to the more well known Victoria Blue. Flowering in less than four months from seed, it produces its white flowers from summer to autumn. Like all Salvia, it brings butterflies into the garden by the dozen, and makes a wonderful cut or dried flower.

  3. 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.
  4. Salvia farinacea ‘Fairy Queen’ is an attractive new variety that bears multiple spikes of bicolour blue and white flowers

    Salvia farinacea 'Fairy Queen'

    Bi Colour Sage, Flowering Sage
    €2.10

    Salvia farinacea ‘Fairy Queen’ is an attractive new variety that bears multiple spikes of bicolour blue and white flowers on dark distinctive flower stems from June to October. With a bushy, compact habit and thick stems. A small white spot on each sapphire blue flower creates the illusion of fairy dust.

  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. Sagina subulata is one of the best low growing ground covers that is both decorative and low maintenance.

    Sagina subulata 'Irish Moss'

    Pearlwort, Corsican Pearlwort

    Starting at: €1.50

    Sagina subulata is one of the best low growing ground covers. Irish moss is most often used as a ground cover, softening paths and stepping-stones. It gives a lush accent to rock garden and terraces. For a luxurious carpet of green, few plants can match Irish Moss.

  7. Rudbeckia hirta 'Large Flowered Mix'

    Rudbeckia hirta 'Large Flowered Mix'

    Black-Eyed Susan. Coneflower
    €1.50

    Rudbeckia hirta ‘Large Flowered Mix’ produces a spectacular mix of giant double and semi-double daisy-like flowers that are carried on long stems and are perfect for cutting. In a spectacular mix of warm colours including golden-yellow, orange, bronze and mahogany, they flower profusely all summer long.

  8. Rudbeckia hirta 'Goldilocks'

    Rudbeckia hirta 'Goldilocks'

    Black-Eyed Susan. Coneflower
    €1.86

    Free branching and more compact then most other Rudbeckia, ‘Goldilocks’ is an excellent variety, produceing masses of large double and semi-double golden flowers on free branching, tidy plants. It is not surprising that upon its debut, it was awarded the coveted Fleuroselect Gold Medal.

  9. Rudbeckia 'Autumn Colours' produces spectacular, single and semi-double, large daisy-like blooms with a vibrant mix of oranges with deep brown and red markings.

    Rudbeckia hirta 'Autumn Forest'

    Black-Eyed Susan. Coneflower

    Considered by many gardeners as the most complete border flower, the Rudbeckia certainly ticks all the boxes. 'Autumn Colours' is an upright, compact plant that grows to a height of around 45 to 60cm (20 to 24in) and produces spectacular, single and semi-double, large daisy-like blooms with a vibrant mix of oranges with deep brown and red markings.

  10. Rosularia is a rosette forming succulent that closely resemble other rosette forming Crassulaceae such as Sempervivum and Echeveria,

    Rosularia rechingeri

    Syn: Prometheum rechingeri
    €3.00

    Rosularia is a rosette forming succulent that closely resemble other Crassulaceae such as Sempervivum and Echeveria. It distinguishes itself in spring time when the small green clusters change to a vibrant rich reddish tone. Rare yet hardy, they are seldom seen other than in specialist nurseries or rock garden collections.

  11. This stunning variety produces large, densely petaled blooms that resemble small peonies.
    €4.50

    Out of stock

    Ranunculus ‘Bloomingdale’ is an indispensable plant, and a lovely option for late winter to early spring colour. Flowering in only five months from seed, this stunning variety produces large, densely petaled blooms that resemble small peonies.

  12. Pulsatilla alpina will tolerate a range of conditions and really hard winters.

    Pulsatilla alpina subsp. alpina

    White Alpine Pasqueflower or Alpine Anemone
    €2.76

    Pulsatilla alpina subsp. alpina is a charming form, with white flowers, the outer segments flushed with bluish-purple. A favourite for collectors, they have a protracted flowering period and followed by attractive seed heads, they are showy, long-lived and reliable plants with a lengthy period of interest.

  13. Primula polyanthus elatior 'Gold Lace'
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    The polyanthus primula “Gold Lace” has unusual golden-eyed flowers with rich mahogany-crimson petals with gold laced edges. It has ovate mid-green leaves, occasionally with a reddish tint and a pronounced scent.

  14. Primula japonica 'Postford White' is almost certainly the most impressive of all of the tall white primulas.
    €2.70

    Out of stock

    '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.
  15. 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.

  16. The sight of the Primula japonica in full flower is guaranteed to gladden the heart in late spring

    Primula japonica 'Deluxe Mix'

    Candelabra Primrose
    €2.10

    Out of stock

    The sight of the Primula japonica in full flower is guaranteed to gladden the heart in late spring, the stems being covered in magenta-red flowers from April onwards: a plant of great beauty and colour.

  17. Primula denticulata, 'Ronsdorf Hybrids'

    Primula denticulata, 'Ronsdorf Hybrids'

    Drumstick primrose, Himalayan Primrose
    €1.86

    Out of stock

    Primula denticulata is among the most handsome and striking of the primula family, it is the “drumstick primula”: the name derives from its dense, spherical flower-head. It is an easy-growing, rumbustious species, suitable for any garden where the soil does not dry out in summer. Mixed Colours.

  18. Primula denticulata var alba, 'White'
    €1.86

    Out of stock

    Originating from meadows and the light woodland of the Himalayas this easy-growing species is among the most handsome and striking of the primula family. Primula denticulata is a very early flowering primula and thrives in a moist organic soil in partial shade. White.

  19. Primula denticulata 'Ruby'

    Primula denticulata 'Ruby'

    Drumstick primula
    €1.86

    Out of stock

    Primula denticulata, the drumstick primula is unique in appearance, and benefits from being grown in a large, showy group. It can be planted to grow under tall, deciduous shrubs, or at the front of borders, but will also look good when planted in a bog garden or close to water. Ruby.

  20. Primula denticulata is among the most handsome and striking of the primula family.

    Primula denticulata 'Blue'

    Drumstick primula
    €1.86

    Out of stock

    Primula denticulata is one of the very early flowering primulas and one of the easiest to grow. It thrives in a moist organic soil in partial shade and is one of the most uniformly growing types. It is suitable for massed planting in damp borders or boggy soil. Deep purple-blue.

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

    Out of stock

    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.
  22. ‘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.

  23. Primula beesiana is long-lived and one of the species known as candelabra primroses.

    Primula beesiana

    Candelabra Primrose (subsp Primula bulleyana)
    €2.46

    Out of stock

    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.
  24. 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.

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