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  1. Daucus carota 'Purple Kisses'

    Daucus carota 'Purple Kisses'

    Also marketed as 'Dara' and 'Chocolate Lace Flower'
    €2.34

    Daucus carota 'Purple Kisses' is a large flowered chocolate coloured Queen Anne’s Lace. Delicate, lacy, flat-topped clusters in shades of old rose-pink, through burgundy to chocolate, and bloom for most of the summer from just one planting. They look great en masse and the plant pairs well with almost anything in the garden or in the vase.

  2. Daucus carota, Flowerhead

    Daucus carota 'Queen Anne's Lace'

    Fools Parsley, Wild Carrot.
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

    Starting at: €1.74

    Our native Queen Anne's Lace is at home in informal settings and a natural addition to a wildflower meadow. With delicate, lacy clusters of flowers, some with a solitary dark, purple flower in the centre, they make good cut flowers and are a lovely filler with other flowers.

  3. Deschampsia cespitosa is a lovely variety of ornamental grass especially valued for it’s tall flower plumes.

    Deschampsia cespitosa

    Tufted Hairgrass
    €1.98

    Deschampsia cespitosa is a lovely variety of ornamental grass especially valued for it’s tall flower plumes. The sprays of airy delicate flowers, eventually changing to bronze add texture and colour to the winter garden and deliver a knock-out punch to cut-flower arrangements.

  4. Deschampsia cespitosa 'Pixie Fountain'
    €2.70

    'Pixie Fountain' is a dwarf variety of Deschampsia cespitosa, just as pretty as its larger cousin. The flower stems growing to a height of 60cm. Perfect for many situations, adding dimension, texture, and a breezy quality to the garden.

  5. Echinacea pallida, also known as the Pale Purple Coneflower is one of the more rare members of the Echinacea family,

    Echinacea pallida

    Pale Purple Coneflower
    €2.34

    Echinacea pallida is one of the more rare members of the Echinacea family. They have much longer, ray flowers than those of the more familiar purple coneflower, the plants bloom earlier and continue to bloom sporadically through the autumn months.

  6. Echinacea paradoxa

    Echinacea paradoxa

    Yellow Coneflower
    €2.22

    Echinacea paradoxa is a true paradox – a rare and highly unusual yellow variety of the much loved “Purple Coneflower”. With large, yellow ray flowers and the classical raised cone, the blooms are slightly fragrant and make excellent cut flowers. Echinacea paradoxa is a beautiful, elegant and easy plant to grow.

  7. For gardeners Echinacea purpurea is one of the most versatile perennials for the garden.

    Echinacea purpurea

    Purple Cone Flower

    Starting at: €1.50

    Echinacea purpurea is one of the most versatile perennials for the garden. Flowering from early July right through to September, it is sturdy and self-supporting, hardy and easy to grow, undemanding and suitable for both the formal border and the meadow look.

  8. Echinacea ‘Magnus’ is an outstanding selection of the 'Cone Flower', which has for many years been one of late summer's most garden worthy forms.

    Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus'

    Magnus' Purple Coneflower
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    Echinacea ‘Magnus’ is an outstanding selection of the 'Cone Flower'. Distinguished by the warm bright colour of its exceptionally large flowers, and horizontal petals. It has for many years been one of late summer's most garden worthy forms.
  9.  Echinacea purpurea 'White Swan' is a particularly striking dancer in the garden ballet.

    Echinacea purpurea var. 'White Swan'

    White Cone Flower or Coneflower

    Starting at: €1.50

    Out of stock

    Every garden needs a number of bomb-proof plants that flower over an extended period, need little attention, are attractive to bees and butterflies, are suitable for cutting and drying, and blend happily with almost anything. Echinacea 'White Swan' is a particularly striking dancer in the garden ballet.

  10. One of my favourites for the back row and I love the prickly blue balls in July.
    €1.98
    One of my favourites for the back row. The rounded, violet-blue flower heads on silvery, branched, leafy stems are actually much softer than they look. An unusual colour and structure, so a great conversation piece and an excellent dried flower.
  11. One of my favourites for the back row and I love the prickly blue balls in July.
    €2.34
    Echinops ritro is a superb hardy perennial with great structure for the back row of the border. In late summer through to autumn, globular violet-blue flower heads appear, each on silvery, branched leafy stems. An unusual colour, the flowers have a metallic lustre. Organic Seed.
  12. With large amethyst-blue flowers and metallic stems, Eryngium alpinum 'Superbum' is one of the showiest of all the Sea Hollies

    Eryngium alpinum 'Superbum'

    Alpine Sea Holly, Queen of the Alps
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    Eryngium alpinum 'Superbum' is an elegant species for the herbaceous border, with metallic stems and large amethyst-blue flowers that mature to an intense steel blue/purple, it is one of the showiest of all the Sea Hollies. Perfect for exciting displays in the garden and for cutting.

  13. Eryngium giganteum 'Miss Willmott's Ghost' reaches its peak in a blaze of silver, the extravagantly jagged ruff to each flower veined with pale buff as it dries.
    €2.10
    I love the drama of big spiky plants. The most elaborately formed flowers belong to Eryngium giganteum 'Miss Willmott’s Ghost'. As the summer moves to its later stages, the whole plant reaches its peak in a blaze of silver. The plant will reward you with a glamorous late-summer display.
  14. Eryngium planum

    Eryngium planum

    Blue Sea Holly
    €1.62

    This attractive sea holly forms clumps of evergreen, soft, deep green heart-shaped leaves. In early summer, the thin wirey stems emerge, set with spiny leaves. The branched stems carry a profusion of small, sea holly flowers in bright, steely blue. It prefers full sun and well-drained soil.

  15. The long sword-shaped leaves of Eryngium yuccifolium launch an architectural wonder of tight set thistle-style, white spheres and pointed ivory-white bracts

    Eryngium yuccifolium

    Button Sea Holly, Rattlesnake Master
    €2.10

    Out of stock

    Long sword-shaped leaves that launch an architectural wonder of tight set thistle-style, white spheres, the flowers of Eryngium yuccifolium are borne on tall branching stems. The unique structure and colour make it highly desirable to gardeners as accent plants in borders and wildflower meadows.

  16. This architectural and eye catching plant bears generously clusters of ivory-white blooms.

    Eupatorium fistulosum f. albidum 'Ivory Towers'

    Hollow Joe Pye weed, Queen of the Meadow
    €2.70

    Out of stock

    Introduced in 2010, Eupatorium ‘Ivory Towers’ is relatively new to our gardens yet has already been awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit . This architectural plant bears generously clusters of ivory-white blooms which are long-lasting and beloved by butterflies. Given an early sowing, will flower the first year.
  17. From July and continuing until autumn, the plants are crowned with large, domed panicles of pinkish-purple nectar-rich flowers.

    Eupatorium maculatum atropurpureum

    Spotted Joe Pye weed
    Eutrochium purpureum subsp. maculatum
    €2.70
    Eupatorium maculatum atropurpureum is handsome in all of its parts. Invaluable for the late-summer border, the mid-green leaves and stems are suffused with a dusky purple. From July they are crowned with large domed panicles of pinkish-purple nectar-rich flowers.
  18. It is a good choice for livening up formal knot gardens and evergreen borders, as well as picking and popping in a vase.

    Gaura lindheimeri ‘The Bride’

    Lindheimer's Bee Blossom
    €2.34
    In the last decade, Gaura ‘The Bride’ has skyrocketed to popularity among gardeners.A graceful, hazy plant with airy spikes of white, star-shaped flowers with long anthers like daddy long-legs, held on slender stems from May to September. RHS AGM
  19. Very adaptable to a variety of soils, including dry conditions, 'Goldfield' is set to bloom all summer and into autumn.

    Helenium amarum 'Goldfield'

    Helens's Flower
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    Heleniums are much under-rated garden plants. They are a mainstay of the summer and autumn border but are so often overlooked. They are hardy, colourful, easy to grow, tolerate difficult growing conditions, provide months of colour, are attractive to insects and unaffected by most pests and diseases.

  20. With masses of vibrant blooms in a spectrum of rich colours from gold to mahogany red.

    Helenium autumnale 'Helena'

    Helens's Flower, Autumn Helenium
    €2.34

    If there's one plant that can inject a little razzle-dazzle into the border during gloomy late summers it is Helenium. From late July 'Helena' blooms with masses of vibrant blooms in a spectrum of rich colours from gold to mahogany red. Perfect for the back of the border and wonderful for cutting.

  21.  Heleniums are much under-rated garden plants. They are a mainstay of the summer and autumn border but are so often overlooked.

    Helenium hoopesii

    Mountain helenium, Owls-Claws
    €1.98

    Helenium hoopesii is considered by some to be the most valuable of the species. It blooms with bright golden yellow disk florets that each form a kind of rounded knob that transforms the flower from your typical two-dimensional daisy into something much more interesting and sculptural.

  22. Heliopsis helianthoides ssp. scabra ‘New Hybrids'
    €2.34

    Heliopsis is a great plant for the busy home gardener. ‘New Hybrids' is a selection of the newest forms, they will bloom the first year from seed with a profusion of blooms in shades in lemon, golden yellow and orange-yellow. The plants will produce arm loads of flowers all summer long and never once ask for decent soil or proper care.

  23. Heliopsis ‘Summer Nights' produces rich, deep golden-yellow single flowers and deep mahogany centres.
    €3.00

    Heliopsis ‘Summer Nights' is a special selection made by Dale Hendricks of North Creek Nurseries, USA. Introduced in 2004 it produces a profusion of single blooms in early to mid-summer, with rich, deep golden-yellow petals and deep mahogany centres. The foliage is red-tinted and the stems are tinted dark burgundy.

  24. Heliopsis ‘Summer Sun’ blooms with an extra layer of golden-yellow petals and grows 90 to 100cm (36 to 42in) tall.

    Heliopsis helianthoides ssp. scabra ‘Summer Sun'

    False Sunflower. Aka 'Sommersonne'
    €1.98

    Heliopsis are stalwarts of the garden. They are long-lived, low maintenance and not fussy about their surroundings. ‘Summer Sun’, with an extra layer of golden-yellow petals, will bloom the first year from seed. The long stiff stems are perfect for cutting and seldom need staking, and in tame flower beds, they practically raise themselves.

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