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  1. With deep true gentian blue flower spikes Ajuga genevensis is by far the showiest of the species.

    Ajuga genevensis

    Geneva Bugle
    $2.59

    Ajuga genevensis is used throughout the world yet this relatively uncommon form is less well known. This very well behaved, evergreen groundcover has deep gentian blue flower spikes and is by far the showiest of the species. It is often the plant of choice for smaller areas or along edges and pathways.

  2. For most of the year Ajuga is a pleasant quiet achiever, but those weeks in spring when the blue flowers appear are simply quite magical.

    Ajuga reptans

    Bugle. Thunder and Lightning,
    $2.73

    Out of stock

    For most of the year Ajuga is a pleasant, quiet achiever, a very versatile low growing ground cover, with evergreen, rosette-like foliage that hugs the ground like an evergreen carpet but those weeks in spring when the blue flowers appear are simply quite magical.

  3. Alcea ficifolia produce many upright stems emerging from the base, resulting in a bushy form.

    Alcea ficifolia 'Happy Lights'

    The Antwerp or Fig-leaved Hollyhock
    $2.73

    Alcea ficifolia is reliably perennial and unlike the biennial forms which produce a single spire, they produce many upright stems, resulting in a bushy form. ‘Happy Lights’ is a beautiful strain, a bold blend of white, pink, purple, red, and yellow blooms. If sown early they will bloom in their first year.

  4. Alcea ficifolia produces large, single saucer shaped flowers that are 8 to 12cm wide from May to October.

    Alcea ficifolia 'Henry Vlll' Pink

    The Antwerp or Fig-leaved Hollyhock
    $2.31

    Alcea ficifolia is a lesser known perennial hollyhock species native to Siberia, it is a substantially more robust plant than the common hollyhock and unlike the biennial forms which produce a single spire, Alcea ficifolia produce many upright stems emerging from the base, resulting in a bushy form.

  5. Very easy to grow from seed, this reliable perennial is extremely hardy and will flourish in full sun and rich soil.

    Alcea ficifolia 'Single Mix'

    The Antwerp or Fig-leaved Hollyhock
    $1.89

    Alcea ficifolia is a less-known variety of hollyhock. Reliably perennial, with attractive palmate foliage, the plant produces many upright stems and has a bushy form. 'Single Mix' produces large, single saucer shaped flowers that appear from May to October in a gorgeous variety of shades - cream, gold, rose pink, copper and plum.

  6. The shortest in the Alcea rosea family. 'Queeny' is a dwarf Hollyhock that reaches only 60cm (24in) in height

    Alcea rosea 'Queeny Mix'

    Althaea rosa, Hollyhock
    $2.73

    This gorgeous award winning Hollyhock has the distinction of being the shortest in the Alcea rosea family. 'Queeny' is a dwarf Hollyhock that reaches only 60cm in height with fully double blooms. Unlike the tall varieties, it is a perennial that can also be used as an annual as it will bloom in its first year.

  7. The unpretentious Lady's Mantle is extremely useful for both its foliage and its flowers.

    Alchemilla mollis 'Lady's Mantle'

    'Thriller', 'Irish Silk', Lady’s Mantle
    $2.03

    Out of stock

    The unpretentious lady's mantle is extremely useful for both its foliage and its flowers. The foliage has the additional virtue of looking especially beautiful after a rain, when it holds water droplets in the pleats of its surface like many pearls of liquid mercury.
  8. Don't be fooled by the Alstroemeria's delicate appearance, these lily-like flowers are as long lasting as they are gorgeous.
    $3.01

    Out of stock

    Speckled and freckled and striped and stippled, the intricately patterned petals of the Alstroemeria flower are a wonder to behold. Don't be fooled by their delicate appearance, they are one of the worlds' most popular cut flowers, these lily-like flowers are as long lasting as they are gorgeous.

  9. Easy to grow and trouble free, team Anchusa capensis 'Blue Angel' with other annuals or perennials for eye-popping combinations.

    Anchusa capensis 'Blue Angel'

    Dwarf Anchusa, Summer Forget-Me-Not
    $2.17

    Perfect for any sunny spot that needs a burst of colour. Anchusa capensis ‘Blue Angel’ is prized for its long blooming flowers. The brilliant clusters of intense cobalt blue flowers will brighten up any space. Team with other annuals and perennials for eye-popping combinations.

  10. Anchusa italica 'Dropmore' spikes of rich gentian blue, giant forget-me-not type flowers

    Anchusa italica 'Dropmore'

    Aka Anchusa azurea or Italian Bugloss
    $2.73

    Anchusa italica is a wonderfully statuesque plant with vibrant, gentian blue flowers, dense foliage and lance shaped mid green leaves. 'Dropmore' is a 1905 selection that is still available today. They will thrive in a sunny border and make a great companion to rich plums and purple tones.

  11. From midsummer it produces airy panicles of purple-green flowers that that almost touch the ground.
    $2.31
    In summer Anemanthele lessoniana produces open, airy panicles of purple-green flowers that give the plant a pleasing overall arching habit. The leaves become bronzed and turn orange-red in winter - This is still one of the most beautiful of all light grasses.
  12. Japanese Anemones are among the best late summer and autumn border flowers, providing colour late in the flowering season when many other plants are beginning to fade.
    $2.73

    Out of stock

    Japanese Anemones are among the best late summer and autumn border flowers. The flowers open from round, silk-covered buds and in summer rain, look like pearls glistening in the border. Blooming from August to late October, they help push the show into autumn and provide colour when most gardens begin to fade.

  13. Wood Anemones growing on a south-facing edge of a wood all turn their heads to follow the sun from east to west.

    Anemone nemorosa 'Wood Anemone'

    Windflower
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.73
    This lovely woodlander makes a striking impact in the spring garden. The Irish-born exponent of wild gardening, William Robinson, adored Anemone nemorosa. Writing in his English Flower Garden in 1883, he begins by saying "there is little need to plead for their culture".
  14. Affectionately known as the Snowdrop Anemone, Anemone sylvestris is a charming perennial with satiny white flowers.
    $2.45

    Affectionately known as the Snowdrop Anemone, Anemone sylvestris is a charming perennial with satiny white flowers. Blooming in spring, the buds emerge on bent stems, dangling downwards like snowdrops. As the flowers start to open the stems straighten and the flowers face outwards to soak up the spring sunshine and attract pollinators to its scented flowers.

  15. Anemonopsis macrophylla is one of the most beautiful and elegant plants that you could wish for.

    Anemonopsis macrophylla

    False Anemone, Renge-shoma
    $4.13

    Anemonopsis macrophylla is one of the most beautiful and elegant plants that you could wish for. Slow growing and rarely seen, it bears nodding, opalescent white flowers on slender elegant spikes, but this emphatic woodlander is not in fact difficult to grow if given humus-rich, semi-shaded conditions.

  16. Antirrhinum braun-blanquetii is unusual in that it is one of the few hardy perennial species of snapdragon.

    Antirrhinum braun-blanquetii

    Perennial Snapdragon
    $2.45

    In addition to having one of the most unusual names, Antirrhinum braun-blanquetii, is also one of the few hardy perennial species of snapdragon. Named for Josias Braun-Blanquet an influential 20th century Swiss botanist it bloom the first year from seed producing numerous spikes from which delicate yellow, large snapdragon blooms appear.

  17. Antirrhinum sempervirens is a perennial, dwarf plant which makes a charming plant in the rock garden or in the border.
    $2.73

    Antirrhinum sempervirens is a very hardy, perennial shrub from rocky sites in the Spanish Pyrenees. Creamy white snapdragon blooms over a long spring and summer period, they are beautifully marked with purple in the throats. It makes a charming plant for a sunny spot in the rock garden or a frontal spot in the border.

  18. Aquilegia alpina is a species-columbine that rivals the fanciest cultivars.

    Aquilegia alpina

    Alpine or Mountain Columbine
    $1.75

    Aquilegia alpina is a species-columbine that rivals the fanciest cultivars and has been grown in gardens for as long as the idea of gardening has existed. It is a clump-forming perennial with deep blue-green, downy foliage and vibrant violet blue nodding flowers in late spring and early summer.

  19. Aquilegia atrata is a beautiful free flowering species that is native to the alpine meadows and forest clearings of Switzerland and Northern Europe.

    Aquilegia atrata

    The Dark Columbine
    $2.45

    Aquilegia atrata is a beautiful free flowering species that is native to the alpine meadows and forest clearings of Switzerland and Northern Europe. With many branching stems of deepest coloured, almost black flowers. This is an outstanding, highly sought species that would be a showstopper in any garden.

  20. This superb variety is quite unlike the usual Aquilegia with dark-green foliage and eye-catching, scarlet and lemon-yellow flowers

    Aquilegia canadensis

    Rock Bells, Dwarf Red Columbine
    $2.45

    Out of stock

    Native to Canada and the US in all states east of the Rockies, this superb variety is quite unlike the usual Aquilegia. Growing just twelve to eighteen inches tall, with dark-green foliage and eye-catching, scarlet and lemon-yellow flowers which hang like drifts of softly illuminated lanterns.

  21. Aquilegia chrysantha ‘Golden Queen’ has large soft golden-yellow blooms, each with long swept back spurs
    $2.31
    Aquilegia chrysantha ‘Golden Queen’, is quite simply one of the most beautiful Aquilegias. With mid-green foliage and long-spurred, golden-yellow flowers. The large blooms are upward facing and are produced generously in early summer. This is one plant that is guaranteed to create a stunning display.
  22. Mini-Star is a delightful dwarf cultivar with bright blue flowers with a white corolla and stands only 15 to 20cm tall.

    Aquilegia flabellata 'Mini-Star'

    Aquilegia akitensis, Fan Columbine
    $2.45

    Out of stock

    ‘Ministar’ is an outstanding dwarf variety of columbine from Japan. With bright blue flowers with a white corolla in late spring and stands only 20cm tall. Very hardy, it is one of the best selections for rock gardens, troughs and well-drained edges at walls or paths
  23. Aquilegia var. stellata 'Barlow Mix' is the first Aquilegia series with fully double, spurless flowers.

    Aquilegia var. stellata 'Barlow Mix'

    Clematis Flowered or Rose Columbine.

    Aquilegia var. stellata 'Barlow Mix' is one of the really exceptional doubles forms of Aquilegia. It is the first Aquilegia series with fully double, spurless flowers. Stylish and elegant, with a graceful upright habit they grow to around 80cm tall. It produces many stems and makes an ideal cut flower.

  24. 'Munstead White' is a handsome and very vigorous form selected by early twentieth-century garden writer and designer Gertrude Jekyll.

    Aquilegia vulgaris 'Munstead White'

    Also known as 'Nivea'
    $2.59

    Out of stock

    Aquilegia 'Munstead White' is a handsome form, is reputed to have been specially selected by early twentieth-century garden writer and designer Gertrude Jekyll. Their abundant, bee-pleasing, white flowers will bloom in late spring and early summer are perfect for shade.

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