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  1. The attractive green bronze foliage of Carex “Prairie Fire” erupts into colour like burning embers

    Carex testacea 'Prairie Fire'

    Red Switch Grass, Speckled Sedge
    $2.73

    Out of stock

    Carex Prairie Fire is an outstanding specimen plant. A very ornamental grass, in full sun the fine leaved foliage erupts into colour like burning embers. In late summer, panicles of rosy flowers appear just above the foliage. For glorious colour, plant in full sun to partial shade.

  2. Cupid's Dart was historically used in love potions, hence the name, and still symbolises love in the language of flowers.

    Catananche caerulea 'Amor Blue'

    Cupids Dart, Love Plant.
    $2.03

    Catananche caerulea 'Amor Blue' is a charming plant, with blue, star like flowers each with a dark eye and unique papery petals. They look best when grown in groupings, rather than one or two plants and don’t mind crowding. Plant en-masse in prairie style or meadow plantings, mix them up a little with other hardy perennials and grasses.

  3. 'Amor White' produces stunning blooms of white, star like flowers each with a dark purple-blue eye.

    Catananche caerulea 'Amor White'

    Cupids Dart, Love Plant.

    Catananche caerulea 'Amor White' produces stunning blooms of white, star like flowers each with a dark purple-blue eye and unique papery petals. The blooms rise on single stems above neat clumps of grey-green foliage. Super when planted the border, they also make a wonderful, long lasting cut or dried flowers.

  4. Centaurea dealbata has the unusual characteristic of being perennial and flowering in the first year.

    Centaurea dealbata

    Persian Cornflower
    $2.31

    Persian Cornflower is an attractive clump forming cornflower, with bushy, branched plants and the unusual characteristic of being perennial and flowering in the first year. Very adaptable to both dry and moist locations. Large deep lavender-pink blooms adorn the divided foliage throughout summer.

  5. Golden-yellow shaggy thistle-like blooms on strong stems are followed by attractive seed heads.

    Centaurea macrocephala

    Great Headed Centaury
    $2.03

    Centaurea macrocephala is a magnificent perennial that ideal for providing vertical interest in a sunny, well-drained herbaceous border. The golden-yellow shaggy thistle-like blooms are on strong stems and mid-green, lance-shaped leaves are followed by attractive seed heads.

  6. Centaurea montana or “Mountain bluet” flowers from late spring to early summer.

    Centaurea montana

    Mountain Cornflower, Mountain Bluet

    Native to the meadows and woods of the mountains of Europe, Centaurea montana flowers from late spring with large flowers that are fringed in an intense violet-blue with deep purple centres and most attractive, very deeply cut petals. Easy to grow, it is an excellent garden plant as well as cut flower.

  7. Centranthus ruber is a cottage garden favourite that’s made it back into the style books.

    Centranthus ruber alba 'Snow Cloud’

    Keys of Heaven, Jupiter's Beard.
    $2.10

    Out of stock

    Centranthus 'Snow Cloud’ produces airy clusters of white flowers that appear from July to October on tall, fleshy stems with glaucous leaves. Very long flowering, sweetly-perfumed and easy-to-grow from seed, given an early sowing Centranthus will flower from July right through to October.

  8. Centranthus ruber is a cottage garden favourite that’s made it back into the style books.

    Centranthus ruber ‘Coccineus’

    Keys of Heaven, Jupiter's Beard. Pretty Betsy
    $2.10

    Centranthus ruber is a Cottage garden favourite that’s made it into the style books. Sweetly-perfumed, dense clusters of reddish-pink flowers appear from July to October. They are ideal for attracting bees and butterflies and other pollinating insects into the garden and lovely when used as a cut flower.

  9. Cephalaria gigantea have very pretty pale butter-yellow scabious shape flowers.

    Cephalaria gigantea 'Giant Scabious'

    Giant Scabious, Caucasian scabious
    $3.15

    Cephalaria gigantea is a gentle giant that has an informal look that is perfect for looser planting styles. With pretty pale butter-yellow scabious shaped flowers, use it as you would Verbena bonariensis planted at the back of a mixed or herbaceous border. The stems are tall but airy and 'see-through'.

  10. Cerastium tomentosum var. columnae
    $1.82

    'Snow in Summer' lives up to its name in late spring when the foliage is smothered in luminous white flowers. Beautiful used as a path edging, in a stone wall or cascading over containers. Try it amongst your spring bulbs - tall lily flowering tulips above a dense carpet of white Cerastium… Breathtaking!

  11. Chamaemelum nobile, the perennial Roman Chamomile. Use for both scented chamomile lawns and for home remedy uses

    Chamaemelum nobile 'Roman Chamomile'

    English or Lawn Chamomile
    Also spelt Camomile

    Starting at: $1.75

    Camomile is a most useful plant. It can be used to make beautiful lawns and raised beds, an infusion of the plant is an ideal family remedy, calming and sedative, perfect for restlessness or travel sickness, while for gardeners the tea is effective as a spray to prevent 'damping-off' of seedlings

  12. Chrysanthemum x superbum “Crazy Daisy” is a new variety of the much-loved Shasta Daisy.

    Chrysanthemum x superbum 'Crazy Daisy'

    Shasta Daisy, Leucanthemum x maximum.
    $2.31

    Chrysanthemum x superbum 'Crazy Daisy' is a new variety of the much-loved Shasta Daisy, It is one of the first medium tall varieties with the classic large, white flower with a yellow eye, however many of the flowers have quill like petals giving Crazy Daisy a fluffy appearance.

  13. Cimicifuga racemosa var. cordifolia displays impressive long racemes of chalky-white blooms that resemble fluffy candles.

    Cimicifuga racemosa var. cordifolia

    Actaea racemosa var. cordifolia
    $2.45

    Actaea cordifolia comes into its own late in the season, when multiple stiff and stout stems emerge from the base of the plant. It displays impressive long racemes of chalky-white blooms that are composed of numerous, tiny individual star-like, fragrant flowers.

  14. Cimicifuga simplex

    Cimicifuga simplex

    Actaea simplex
    $2.73

    Actaea simplex is a spectacular plant. With long, fluffy spires in pale pinkish-white that seem to float in mid-air. Stunning when grown in groups, while single plants have good specimen value, they add architectural height and late summer bloom to the back of a shady border.

  15. Actaea simplex, formerly Cimicifuga simplex 'Atropurpurea' is an exceptionally beautiful selection.

    Cimicifuga simplex 'Atropurpurea'

    Actaea simplex Atropurpurea Group
    $2.73

    Actaea simplex 'Atropurpurea' is an exceptionally beautiful selection, valued for its large Astilbe-like leaves of purple black. Its dark hue makes a wonderful backdrop for colourful foliage and flowering shade plants. In late summer, long, fluffy spires in pale pinkish-white, rise above the dark foliage.

  16. Cineraria maritima candicans
    $1.61

    Out of stock

    Gardeners everywhere have created their own original designs using the attractive foliage of Dusty Miller. The young leaves are slightly lobed like oak leaves, as the plants mature, they become deeply cut, paler in colour and are covered in a silvery grey fleece. Ideal for edging, mixed baskets and containers.

  17. Clematis vitalba produces scented green-white flowers with fluffy underlying sepals,

    Clematis vitalba

    Old Mans Beard, Traveller's Joy.
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.10

    Clematis vitalba is the wild cousin of our many cultivated Clematis plants. This climbing shrub has fruits with long silvery grey, feathery extensions, which stay on the plant till well into the winter. The name Old man's Beard comes of course from the fact that these downy fluffy silky balls cover the plant.

  18. Cordyline australis 'Atropurpureum'
    $2.45

    Cordyline Atropurpureum make a strong vertical shapes, the deep purple colouring contrasts well with silver foliage and can be an excellent foil for the lush foliage of other exotica. They look equally at home in more conventional and hardy ornamental borders.

  19. Cordyline australis ‘Cornish Palm’
    $2.03

    The 'Cornish Palms' make fantastic points in containers or borders: their evergreen leaves provide interest throughout the year. The long slender leaves and a slow-growing trunk make this an architectural plant that lends itself to modern interiors.

  20. Cordyline indivisa ‘Mountain Cabbage Tree’
    $2.31

    Cordyline indivisa is a rare and beautiful high altitude species from New Zealand. This attractive and distinctive species is rarely cultivated, but is occasionally offered by specialist nurseries. It can be distinguished from all other Cordyline species by its very broad blue-grey leaves

  21. Their dazzling display of large, golden yellow daisy like flowers begins in late spring and continues throughout the summer.
    $2.03

    Coreopsis 'Mayfield Giants’ are one the tallest and most robust of all the Coreopsis cultivars, their dazzling display of large, golden yellow daisy like flowers begins in late spring and continues throughout the summer. Very easily grown, a hardier, more beautiful flower would be difficult to find.

  22. Sunray is a newcomer to the numerous coreopsis offerings, with double flowers they grow to about 45 to 50cm in height.
    $2.03

    Out of stock

    Coreopsis‘Sunray’ is a newcomer to the numerous coreopsis offerings, with double flowers this shorter variety grows to around 45 to 50cm in height. When it comes to all out colour Coreopsis Sunray is hard to beat, they are very easily grown are pest resistant and will flower the first year from an early sowing.

  23. Whether you are into the culinary arts or edible landscapes, you may want to put this plant at the top of your list.
    Whether you are into the culinary arts or edible landscapes, you may want to put this plant at the top of your list. Chosen by the RHS as one of the top plants of the last 200 years, Cardoons are aristocrats in both the ornamental and the vegetable world.
  24. Delphinium 'Magic Fountains Dark Blue' has densely packed spires of dark blue flowers each with a dark bee.

    Delphinium 'Magic Fountains Dark Blue'

    Dwarf Pacific Delphinium with a dark Bee
    $2.73

    The Fountains series is a vigorous-growing strain that if sown early will flower in the current year. Delphinium 'Magic Fountains Dark Blue' has densely packed spires of dark blue flowers each with a dark bee. It is ideal for borders and can be grown as a container plant.

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