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  1. 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.

  2. Well branched and compact the plants grow 45 to 60cm (18 to 24in) tall.
    €3.54

    Salvia patens is undoubtedly one of the very best blue flowering plants, the large, double-lipped blossoms are one of the truest blues found in nature. 'Blue Angel' is one of the smallest of the 'Gentian Sages', there is little else that can compete with the richness of its colour.

  3. Spilanthes acmella is a unique and versatile plant that will add texture and interest to your garden.

    Spilanthes acmella

    Syn. Acmella oleracea
    Toothache Plant, Peek-A-Boo, Electric Daisy
    €1.74

    Spilanthes acmella is a unique and versatile plant that will add texture and interest to your garden. Used by herbalists, the pretty yellow and red cone-shaped flowers and leaves have properties similar to Echinacea and has numbing properties when the leaves and flowers are chewed.

  4. Strelitzia reginae

    Strelitzia reginae

    The Bird of Paradise
    €2.70
    The unusually beautiful shape and brilliant colors of Birds of Paradise have made these flowers not just a designer's favorite, but also a popular symbol of paradise. The plant bears a unique flower that resembles a brightly coloured bird in flight, the fascinating blooms make wonderful, long lasting cut flowers.
  5. Trachelium caeruleum produces beautiful dome-shaped flower heads that are crowded with tiny, tubular flowers.
    €3.00

    Out of stock

    Trachelium caeruleum is a lesser known genus that is gaining in popularity. Beginning in early summer they are in bloom right through to late autumn. The flowers have a light fragrance and are highly attractive to both bees and butterflies. They are a boon for building up bees’ honey reserves before winter.
  6. Trachelium caeruleum produces beautiful dome-shaped flower heads that are crowded with tiny, tubular flowers.
    €3.00

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    Trachelium caeruleum is used extensively in the cut flower trade. 'Lake Michigan Purple' produces beautiful dome-shaped flower heads that are crowded with tiny, tubular deep purple flowers.The plants have dark green foliage and stems and provide both texture and colour to an arrangement.
  7. The long stems are a popular choice for cut flower production
    €3.00
    Trachelium ‘Lake Michigan’ is a cultivated variety, bred to give earlier flowerin, the long stems are a popular choice for cut flower production. It can be sown either in early spring for flowering in late summer, or sown in autumn and overwintered to give earlier flowering plants the following year.
  8. Trachelium caeruleum produces beautiful dome-shaped flower heads that are crowded with tiny, tubular flowers.
    €3.00

    Out of stock

    Trachelium caeruleum 'Lake Michigan Wine-Red' produces beautiful dome shaped flower heads that are crowded with tiny, tubular flowers. Very useful for filing gaps in herbaceous borders, the flowers have a light fragrance, make an excellent cut flower and are highly attractive to both bees and butterflies.
  9. “Imagination’ is noted for its profuse bloom of violet-blue flowers

    Verbena speciosa 'Imagination'

    Trailing Verbena, Clump Verbena
    €1.62

    “Imagination’ is a verbena cultivar that is noted for its profuse bloom of violet-blue flowers, its spreading-trailing stems and its deeply cut foliage. A heat and drought tolerant plant, easily grown it performs well in hanging baskets and containers in full sun.

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