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  1. Antirrhinum majus 'Kimosy' is a lovely dwarf variety of Snapdragon with a tidy, compact habit.
    €2.00

    Antirrhinum majus 'Kimosy' is a lovely dwarf variety of Snapdragon with a tidy, compact habit. An all-around excellent garden performer, the plants perform well in containers, in beds or in borders. In a wide range of colours they flower from early summer right through to mid-autumn.

  2. Antirrhinum ‘Lucky Lips’ blooms with distinctive contrasting bicolour purple-red and white flowers
    €1.95

    Antirrhinum majus 'Lucky Lips' has been awarded the Fleuroselect Award. The judges were impressed by its height and compact plant habit. Blooming with distinctive contrasting bicolour purple-red and white flowers, a colour way that is often referred to as a 'silver bi-colour', it is ideal for adding height to borders or for cutting.

  3. Antirrhinum majus 'Ruby' produces densely packed spikes that bloom in succession with voluptuous, rich ruby red flowers.
    €1.95

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    Antirrhinum majus 'Ruby' produces densely packed spikes that bloom in succession with voluptuous, ruby red flowers. Superb for contrast and for giving height to the border they also make an excellent cut flower. After they are done blooming, trim the plants back, and they will quickly be blooming again.

  4. Blooming from early summer right through to mid-autumn, they are an all-around excellent garden performer.
    €1.95

    Worldwide, Antirrhinum is one of the most important 'summer cut-flowers', grown year-round in greenhouses they are adored by florists and gardeners alike. An all-around excellent garden performer, 'Snowflake' produces densely packed spikes that bloom in succession with pure white flowers.

  5. Antirrhinum majus ‘Tetra Mix’ produce tall, stately plants with ruffled blooms in a rich variety of colours.
    €1.95

    Antirrhinum majus ‘Tetra Mix’ produce tall, stately plants with ruffled blooms in a rich variety of colours. The robust plants grow to around 90cm tall. Superb for contrast and for giving height to the border, they are grown year-round by florists as a cut flower and are an all-around excellent garden performer.

  6. 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
    €2.95

    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.

  7. 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
    €2.35

    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.

  8. Aquilegia chrysantha ‘Golden Queen’ has large soft golden-yellow blooms, each with long swept back spurs
    €1.95
    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.
  9. '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'
    €2.25
    'Munstead White', also known as 'Nivea' is a most handsome and vigorous Aquilegia. 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.
  10. Nora Barlow is a modern name attached to this ancient type of  "rose" columbine

    Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata 'Nora Barlow'

    Clematis Flowered or Rose Columbine.
    €2.45

    Out of stock

    Emma Nora Barlow was a formidable woman and a granddaughter of Charles Darwin. She enjoyed hybridising plants and gave some seeds to the nurseryman Alan Bloom who named his commercial stock after her. Together they produced a cottage garden classic.
  11. Arabis alpina subsp. caucasica 'Grandiflora Rosea'

    Arabis alpina subsp. caucasica 'Grandiflora Rosea'

    Wall Cress or Mountain Rockcress
    €1.75

    Out of stock

    Arabis is a very popular and useful plant and one of the best for the rockery. It is related to Aubrieta and is used in a similar fashion. 'Grandiflora Rosea' is a pink flowered cultivar that makes a good groundcover, it can be used in borders and is excellent for trailing over the edges of containers, over stones or down walls.

  12. It can be used in borders and is excellent for trailing over the edges of containers, over stones or down walls.

    Arabis alpina subsp. caucasica 'Snowcap'

    syn A. alpina 'Schneehaube'
    Wall, White or Mountain Rockcress
    €2.00
    One of the earliest spring flowers to appear, Arabis 'Snowcap' with dense masses of snow-white flowers looks wonderful in containers or under spring-blooming bulbs, the pretty white flowers will fill the void when yearning for blooms is tugging at your core.
  13. Arenaria montana is a classic little alpine or rock garden plant, still relatively unknown to many gardeners.
    €2.25
    Arenaria montana is a classic little alpine or rock garden plant, still relatively unknown to many gardeners. The plant forms prostrate mats of evergreen foliage, blanketed by large white flowers. They are at their loveliest spilling over walls and will quickly fill in the spaces between stepping stones.
  14. The foliage can be used as a foil for more colourful flowering plants and is useful for cutting.

    Artemisia ludoviciana

    Louisiana sage
    €2.25

    Prized for its beautiful silvery foliage, the fine grey-white stems of Artemisia ludoviciana bear silvery-white leaves that are fragrant, fuzzy and soft. This finely textured plant adds a different element to the garden, the texture and leaf form setting them apart from those other garden plants with rather less refined foliage.

  15. As spring approaches and the weather warms, unusual creamy-white spathes (flowers) up to 40cm (16in) in length emerge.

    Arum italicum subsp. italicum.

    Italian Arum, Lords & Ladies
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.45
    'Arum Marmoratum' is extremely useful for shady spots or woodland planting. With unusual creamy-white flowers, attractively patterned leaves and scarlet, fleshy berries it stays lush right throughout winter, thriving in cold weather.
  16. Asperula orientalis, commonly known as Blue Woodruff is a charming little plant.

    Asperula orientalis 'Blue Woodruff'

    Also known as Asperula azurea
    €2.10

    Asperula orientalis, commonly known as Blue Woodruff is a charming little plant. A versatile and easy to grow annual which forms spreading mounds of airy foliage smothered in sweetly scented, clusters of tubular, sky-blue flowers.

  17. Asphodeline lutea is an easy to grow perennial that has great architectural form.

    Asphodeline lutea

    King's Spear, Yellow Jacob's Rod
    €2.80

    Asphodeline lutea is an easy to grow perennial that has great architectural form. The overall impression is distinctly upright, so it is good for adding vertical interest to the garden. In early summer leafy stems arise that bear dense, unbranched cylindrical spikes of gorgeous yellow, star-shaped flowers.

  18. Aubrieta hybrida 'Hendersonii' is a vigorous variety that is smothered by rich lilac-purple flowers for several months in spring.

    Aubrieta hybrida 'Hendersonii'

    False Rockcress, Large-flowered Aubrieta
    €1.85

    Aubrieta 'Hendersonii' is a vigorous variety that is smothered by rich lilac-purple flowers for several months in spring. It grows to only 10 to 15cm tall at maturity, but with a spread of around 45cm it makes a lively edging to a sunny border, growing over rock walls or placed in stonewalls.

  19. Aubrieta 'Leichtlinii' forms a low cushion of evergreen grey-green leaves and freely produces deep carmine flowers.

    Aubrieta hybrida 'Leichtlinii'

    False Rockcress, Large-flowered Aubrieta
    €1.85

    Commonly called ‘Rock Cress’, Aubrieta is a traditional rock garden plant that is lovely spilling out of crevices, growing over rock walls or placed in stonewalls. 'Leichtlinii' forms a low cushion of leaves that is, throughout the summer months, smothered by wonderful deep-carmine flowers.

  20. Aubrieta ‘Whitewell Gem’ has a ground-hugging habit and freely produces large, intense reddish-purple flowers.for several months.

    Aubrieta hybrida 'Whitewell Gem'

    False Rockcress, Large-flowered Aubrieta
    €1.85

    Aubrieta has long been treasured for its delightful spring show of brightly coloured flowers. ‘Whitewell Gem’ is smothered by large, intense reddish-purple flowers for several months. Lovely spilling out of crevices or over rock walls, the plants can also be used in paving with other ground hugging plants.

  21. Aubrieta x cultorum 'Cascade Mix'

    Aubrieta x cultorum 'Cascade Mix'

    False Rockcress, Large-flowered Aubrieta
    €1.75

    Aubrietia is a very versatile plant. They are well known for use in rockeries, but the cushion forming habit also makes it useful as a ground cover; it can be planted in beds and is perfect for underplanting shrubs. they can also be used between paving and walls, or create a wonderful foil for spring bulbs.

  22. Calamagrostis brachytricha is well suited to perennial herbaceous borders and naturalistic planting schemes

    Calamagrostis brachytricha

    Feather Reed Grass
    €3.55
    Calamagrostis brachytricha is a beautiful ornamental grass that is well suited to perennial herbaceous borders and naturalistic planting schemes. It is tolerant of a wide range of soils and growing conditions and is one of the few flowering grasses that can be grown in shade. In late summer fluffy, silvery-white flower heads emerge that in autumn take on buttery shades.
  23. Calamintha is a very attractive bushy, perennial that should be in every garden.

    Calamintha nepeta

    Calamint, Mountain Balm, Nepitella
    €2.45

    Calamintha nepeta is a very attractive bushy, perennial that should be in every garden. Clouds of tiny, lilac-mauve flowers appear in early summer and flower continuously from early June right through to late September. The leaves exude a lovely minty scent when crushed and the flowers are true bee pasture.

  24. Indian Prince is quite unlike other varieties, the dark orange rays are in layers of orange, backed with mahogany red petals.

    Calendula 'Indian Prince'

    Pot Marigold, English Marigold
    €1.95

    ‘Indian Prince' has unique petals quite unlike other Calendula, the dark orange rays are in layers of orange, backed with rich mahogany red petals. Easily grown, sown direct in spring or in autumn, they are perfect candidates for cutting and flower arrangements.

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