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  1. Viola "Sorbet Hybrids" are a unique miniature hybrid that combines the charm of violas with the explosive colours of pansies.

    Viola hybrida 'F1 Sorbet Select Mix'

    Viola, Horned Violet.
    €2.34

    Viola 'F1 Sorbet Hybrids' are a unique miniature hybrid that combines the charm of violas with the explosive colours of pansies. The series has some of the most amazing colour selections you'll ever see.

  2. This versatile, fuzzy mullein is a gardener’s friend, an herbalist’s delight and an engineering marvel all on its own.

    Verbascum thapsus 'Common Mullein'

    Aaron's Rod, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €1.80

    Several Verbascum species are prized garden ornamentals, but the species best-known among wildflower enthusiasts and herbalists is the homely but useful common mullein, Verbascum thapsus. This fuzzy mullein is a gardener’s friend, an herbalist’s delight and an engineering marvel all on its own.

  3. Relatively new to cultivation Verbascum phoeniceum 'Violetta' is by far the darkest flowered mullein available.

    Verbascum phoeniceum 'Violetta'

    Purple Mullein, aka Temptress Purple
    €2.10

    Relatively new to cultivation Verbascum phoeniceum 'Violetta' is the smallest growing of the perennial Verbascums. Soundly perennial and drought tolerant it produces delicate flower spikes with whorls of tissue thin purple blooms that ascend to the finest point. It is by far the darkest flowered mullein available.

  4. 'Rosetta' produces elegant spires of intense dark pink blooms which are always much admired.
    €2.34

    Verbascum phoeniceum is a stately plant, which combines architectural form with beautiful colouring. 'Rosetta' produces elegant spires of intense dark pink blooms which are always much admired. They bloom throughout the summer, with a few sporadic flowers late into the year.

  5. Verbascum phoeniceum 'Hybrids Mix'
    €1.50

    English gardeners are very familiar with this plant and consider it essential for a well-structured garden. Verbascum phoeniceum 'Hybrids Mix' flower freely, giving a glorious plethora of colours from delicate salmon to rich claret. A true perennial which can flower the first year given an early sowing.

  6. The lovely white-flowering species of Verbascum, 'Flush of White' is a true perennial
    €2.10

    The poise of the lovely Verbascum phoeniceum 'Flush of White' makes this plant a natural candidate for the front of the border, even though its height might suggest, that it should go at the back. In summer winds, which snap off delphiniums and toss sunflowers awry, the Verbascum stands defiant.

  7. Verbascum ‘Snow Maiden’ is a gorgeous mullein that blooms with masses of pure white flowers, each with delicate yellow filaments

    Verbascum phlomoides 'Snow Maiden'

    Verbascum hybridum or 'Spica'
    €2.22

    Verbascum ‘Snow Maiden’ is an incredibly beautiful mullein that grow to just 36 to 48cm tall. With masses of soft white flowers each with delicate yellow filaments they flower in June and continue to appear over a long summer, often right through to September. Very easy to grow from seed.

  8. Verbascum olympicum at Great Dixter, Christopher Lloyd loved their statuesque flowerheads.
    €1.62

    Verbascums are statuesque in both foliage and flower. This elegant species, native to the Olympus mountains is arguably the finest of the genus. Tall flower spikes rise from the centre of the foliage, each are weighted heavily with bright, golden-yellow blooms giving the effect of an enormous candelabra.

  9. Verbascum nigrum var. album bloom profusely in late spring with masses of white flowers each with attractive violet filaments and accented by golden orange stamens.
    €1.98

    Verbascum nigrum is one of the most reliable and long-flowering verbascum, it is also one of the truly perennial species. The variety ‘Album’ bloom profusely in late spring with masses of white flowers with attractive violet filaments, held on candelabra like branches. They bloom throughout the summer, with a few sporadic flowers still in September to early October.

  10. Masses of golden-yellow flowers with attractive violet filaments are accented by golden orange stamens.

    Verbascum nigrum

    Dark Mullein

    Out of stock

    Verbascum nigrum is one of the most reliable and long-flowering verbascum, it is also one of the truly perennial species. This European native bloom profusely with masses of golden-yellow flowers. First thing in the morning, the flowers are alive with bees getting on with their day’s work. Take time to stand and admire them for a few minutes. They will pay you no heed, they’re far too busy.

  11. Verbascum bombyciferum ‘Arctic Summer’

    Verbascum bombyciferum ‘Arctic Summer’

    'Polar Summer', 'White Bride' or 'Silver Lining'
    €2.34

    One look at this species of Verbascum and you will realise why it is also called ‘Arctic Summer’. Tall, white, fleecy flower stems emerge from felted evergreen leaves in early summer. Its stems and leaves are covered in a silvery down that gives it an appearance of being permanently covered with frost.

  12. Verbascum blattaria 'White blush'
    €2.10

    Verbascum are a wonderful plant for making a garden feel uncontrived, producing masses of flowers without taking up lots of space on the ground. ‘White Blush’ is one of the most popular varieties. Growing to just 100cm, the dark crimson buds open to reveal large white flowers with deep purple stamens.

  13. The Sedum Roof Garden Mix is a formula mixture of many important varieties especially suited for roof gardens
    €7.14

    Sedum Roof Garden Mix is a formula mixture of many important varieties for roof gardens in full foliage and flowering colour range. Low maintenance, durable and interesting, grow them on walls or banks, as a ground cover or as a green roof. Sedum strut their stuff where many other plants dare not venture!

  14. This mixture of many attractive low-growing sedum varieties represents a wide range of foliage types and flower colours.
    €1.62

    A mixture of many attractive low-growing sedum varieties representing a wide range of foliage types and flower colours. Low maintenance, durable and interesting, grow them on walls or banks, as a ground cover or as a green roof. Sedum strut their stuff where many other plants dare not venture!

  15. Sedum ‘Ruben's Lizard’ is a low-growing sedum that has tight, rosy-green cushion of needles with reddish tips.
    €2.34

    Sedum Ruben's Lizard is a low-growing sedum that has tight, rosy-green cushion of needles with reddish tips. Throughout the summer the plant is covered with many tiny, star-shaped white flowers. Drought and heat tolerant or low maintenance, whatever you want to call it, 'Lizard' takes a lot of abuse.

  16. 'Voodoo' has intense dark mahogany foliage with almost neon, luminous rosy-red flowers

    Sedum spurium 'Voodoo'

    Phedimus spurius
    €2.94

    Sedum spurium 'Voodoo' is a stunning little perennial groundcover for hot, sunny locations. The intense dark mahogany foliage that provides a stunning contrast to the almost neon, luminous rosy-red flowers which appear June through August.

  17. Sedum spurium coccineum is the most robust sedum for creeping spread and for floriferousness.

    Sedum spurium 'Coccineum'

    Dragon's Blood, Crimson or Causican Stonecrop
    €1.62

    Sedum spurium coccineum is the most robust sedum, with deep crimson blooms and bronze-green leaves. Low maintenance, durable and interesting, they enhance the appearance of green roofs, rockeries and containers. In July, dense clusters of showy crimson blooms smother the evergreen plants.

  18. Sedum reflexum typically grows up to 10cm (4in) high, the foliage resembling mini spruce branches.

    Sedum reflexum (rupestre)

    Reflexed Stonecrop, Love Links
    €1.50

    If you’re looking for a beautiful plant that thrives with virtual neglect, Sedum reflexum just might fit the bill. The small bushes spread over the ground and the foliage resembles mini spruce branches. They are at their loveliest spilling over edges of walls and rocks to create the illusion of a living waterfall.

  19. One of the more unusual textured species, Sedum forsterianum ‘Silver Stone’ produces whorls of silver-green foliage
    €2.70

    Sedum forsterianum ‘Silver Stone’ is one of the more unusual textured species, with whorls of silver-green foliage. In late summer bright yellow star shaped flowers appear. This low-growing succulent plant grows to a height of 15 to 20cm, extremely hardy it can cope with temperatures down to minus 34°C.

  20. Delicate in appearance and yet very cold hardy, Sedum acre is beautiful from the first stirrings of early spring to the twilight of autumn.

    Sedum acre 'Goldmoss Stonecrop'

    Biting Stonecrop, Wallpepper
    €1.74

    Delicate in appearance and yet very cold hardy, Sedum acre is beautiful from the first stirrings of early spring to the twilight of autumn. Hardy and very easy to grow. Started early it will form a nice dense ground cover the very first season. If the weather is favourable it will flower within six months.

  21. Known as moss saxifrage because of the appearance of their densely packed leaves.

    Saxifraga x arendsii 'Purple Robe'

    Arend's Saxifrage, Moss Saxifrage
    €1.98

    Saxifraga x arendsii 'Purple Robe' are compact, free-flowering, and easily raised from seed. These charming perennials quickly form an evergreen verdant mat. Excellent as alpine plants for a rockery or trough, use them spilling over low walls, as a path edging or green roof.

  22. 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.

  23. Of all garden Potentillas, "Monarchs Velvet"this must surely be one of the most attractive
    €1.50

    Of all garden Potentillas, this must surely be one of the most attractive. Potentilla ‘Monarch’s Velvet’ is a truly regal plant, with velvet crimson-red flowers above strawberry like foliage. Extremely cold-hardy and evergreen, and if started early it is apt to bloom its first year.

  24. Potentilla 'Ron McBeath' is a beautiful new semi-dwarf cultivar that wears a coat of carmine-red, saucer-shaped single blooms.
    €2.10

    Venerating a former plant curator at the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh, Scotland, 'Ron McBeath' is a beautiful new semi-dwarf cultivar. This diminutive potentilla repeat-flowers for months, sending up wands of rosy carmine flowers even in shade. It outlasts other potentillas by far.

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