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  1. Pure white, fragrant flowers with delicately fringed edges are held above compact symmetrical domes, tight little clumps that rock gardeners call buns.
    €2.35

    Dianthus arenarius 'Little Maiden' is a super Dianthus for the rock, roof or fairy garden. The plants grow quite densely and grow only about 10cm high. Pure white, fragrant flowers with delicately fringed edges are held above compact symmetrical domes, tight little clumps that rock gardeners call buns.

  2. Dianthus carthusianorum

    Dianthus carthusianorum

    The Carthusian Pink
    €2.25

    Dianthus carthusianorum provides a splash of bright magenta from June until September, producing a succession of slender stems topped with a cluster of fragrant flowers. Perfect for giving an airy feel to borders, it looks great when planted amongst ornamental grasses, in gravel gardens or in more ‘wild’ effect gardens and meadows.

  3. Super tall stems display the most beautiful range of coral, salmon, blush, pink and cherry flowers.

    Dianthus caryophyllus 'Chabaud Aurora'

    Vintage Florists, Scented Carnation
    €2.35

    Developed for florists for use as a cut flower, the super tall stems of Dianthus 'Chabaud Aurora' display the most beautiful range of coral, salmon, blush, pink and cherry flowers. They will provide a continuous harvest of blooms for cutting from the end of April until the end of September.

  4. Dianthus caryophyllus 'Chabaud Benigna'

    Dianthus caryophyllus 'Chabaud Benigna'

    Vintage Florists, Scented Carnation
    €2.35

    Out of stock

    From late spring through midsummer, the ruffled, sweetly fragrant blooms of Chabaud Carnations are displayed profusely on slender, sturdy stems. Deliciously coloured, and heavenly scented, the creamy white petals of Chabaud 'Benigna' are outlined with the fruitiest of plums and raspberry reds.

  5. Chabaud Carnation ' Jeanne Dionis' is simply glorious.

    Dianthus caryophyllus 'Chabaud Jeanne Dionis'

    Vintage Florists, Scented Carnation
    €2.35

    Out of stock

    Boasting ruffled white petticoat-like blooms on strong stems, Dianthus 'Chabaud Jeanne Dionis' has the fullest of flowers. An ideal cut flower and perfect for wedding work, they will bloom all summer long from an early sowing.

  6. Super tall stems display the most delicate of pale pink flowers.

    Dianthus caryophyllus 'Chabaud La France'

    Vintage Florists, Scented Carnation
    €2.35

    Developed for florists for use as a cut flower, the super tall stems of Dianthus 'Chabaud La France' are topped with blooms in the most delicate shades of seashell pinks to creamy blush. They will provide a continuous harvest of blooms for cutting from the end of April until the end of September.

  7. Dianthus caryophyllus 'Chabaud Magenta'

    Dianthus caryophyllus 'Chabaud Magenta'

    Vintage Florists, Scented Carnation
    €2.35

    'Chabaud Magenta' provides armfuls of magenta-violet, frilly double blooms with the spicy fragrance of clove. Pronounced shab-o, they were developed specifically for florists for use as a cut flower. With a heavenly scent, tall stems and an extremely long vase life.

  8. Dianthus caryophyllus 'Chabaud Orange Sherbet'

    Dianthus caryophyllus 'Chabaud Orange Sherbet'

    Vintage Florists, Scented Carnation
    €2.35

    Out of stock

    Developed for florists for use as a cut flower. Dianthus Chabaud is a vintage carnation that dates back as early as 1904. Displayed profusely on slender, sturdy stems, the apricot and soft orange blushing petals of Chabaud ‘Orange Sherbet’ are striped with dark raspberry red and coral.

  9. Dianthus caryophyllus 'Marie Chabaud'

    Dianthus caryophyllus 'Marie Chabaud'

    Vintage Florists, Scented Carnation
    €2.35

    Chabaud carnations are something else being almost more clove scented than cloves themselves. Developed for florists for use as a cut flower. 'Marie Chabaud' provides armfuls of delicate, pale lemon yellow, frilly double blooms, they will provide a continuous harvest of sweetly fragrant blooms for cutting.

  10. They can be used as a ground cover in gravel gardens or to edge a path or walkway.

    Dianthus deltoides 'Confetti White'

    Maiden Pink. Aka 'Albus'
    €2.45

    Dianthus deltoides ‘Confetti White’ is a quite exceptional little plant. Growing to just 10cm tall it will spread up to 50cm wide. The pure white blooms appear in abundance, just poking their heads above the deep green foliage. In the early morning dew or after a shower of rain they sparkle like clear white diamonds.

  11. Dianthus deltoides is a spectacular first-year-flowering perennial that forms a dense evergreen mat.
    €1.95

    Dianthus ‘Arctic Fire’ is a spectacular first-year-flowering perennial that forms a dense evergreen mat. The clear white blooms are complemented by an attractive, glowing red eye. This quite exceptional little plant will and grow up to 50cm wide, it covers bare spots quickly. Heat tolerant and hardy to minus 35°C.

  12. Dianthus ‘Flashing Light’  is a spectacular first-year-flowering perennial that forms a dense evergreen mat.

    Dianthus deltoides ‘Flashing Light’

    Maiden Pink. 'Leuchtfunk' or 'Confetti Deep Red'
    €2.45

    Dianthus ‘Flashing Light’ is a spectacular first-year-flowering perennial that forms a dense evergreen mat. The real joy of this plant comes in late spring when a large number of flowers are borne in quick succession. Poking their heads above the deep green foliage, they sparkle like ruby-red diamonds.

  13. In shades of white, pink and rosy-red with crimson rings they give several months of both colour and clove-like scent.
    €2.10

    Dianthus deltoides ‘Microchips’ has glaucous blue-green foliage that from late spring are covered with a seemingly impossibly large number of flowers. In shades of white, pink and rosy-red with crimson rings they give several months of both colour and clove-like scent.

  14. In early summer, tall stems emerge from the foliage from which dense heads of dark ruby red flowers erupt.

    Dianthus pinifolius

    Pineleaf Pink
    €2.70

    Out of stock

    Dianthus pinifolius is a rare and unusual dryland species with a very distinctive look. This intriguing dianthus forms compact mounds of blue-green, grass-like foliage. In late spring to early summer, tall stems emerge from the foliage from which dense heads of dark ruby red flowers erupt.

  15. The flowers are a romantic pale to deep-lilac pink, single and so finely cut that they resemble frilly pinwheels.

    Dianthus superbus

    Fringed pink, Superb pink
    €2.35

    Dianthus superbus is a garden favourite that ranks highly with many gardeners. The fragrant blooms, in shades from a romantic pale pink to a rich, deep-lilac are so finely cut they resemble frilly pinwheels. Those florists of old who strove for those rounded dianthus flowers must have hated it.

  16. Dierama pulcherrimum is a distinctive-looking perennial with tall arching stems of bell-shaped, flowers.

    Dierama pulcherrimum mix 'Angel's Fishing Rods'

    Fairybells, Hairbells, Wedding Bells
    €3.25

    Out of stock

    Dierama pulcherrimum is a distinctive-looking perennial with tall arching stems of bell-shaped, flowers. The flowers bloom in shades of pink, mauve and carmine appear in mid summer. Each stem drops with the weight of the flowers which earns them the most romantic of names - Angel's Fishing Rods.

  17. Introduced in 2014, 'Creme Bell' is often misspelled in a French way - 'Créme Belle'

    Digitalis ambigua 'Cream Bell'

    Perennial Foxglove aka 'Créme Belle'
    €3.65
    There are not many yellow flowering foxgloves and as they are so rare each one is joyfully celebrated. 'Creme Bell' is often misspelled in a French way - 'Créme Belle' and is simply heavenly. A true hardy perennial variety that produces multiple spires of soft vanilla-cream bells in late spring.
  18. Extremely hardy, Digitalis grandiflora is one of the toughest and best performers of all the foxgloves.

    Digitalis grandiflora

    Syn: Digitalis ambigua. Perennial Foxglove
    €2.25
    Digitalis grandiflora is one of the few truly perennial foxgloves. Extremely hardy and one of the best performers. Bearing upright stalks of beautiful creamy-yellow bells through the summer, the lovely soft shade allows this plant to blend with almost anything in the garden.
  19. Digitalis lanata has a beautiful colouration. This unusual foxglove is well-worth trying in a shady spot in the garden.

    Digitalis lanata 'Café Crème'

    Grecian, Woolly, Perennial Foxglove
    €2.45
    Digitalis lanata has a beautiful 'Coffee and Cream' colouration, from late spring to mid summer it produces spikes of densely packed, fawn-coloured flowers each with a pearl coloured lower lip. Each of the blooms is delicately patterned with dark brown veins.
  20. Digitalis obscura 'Sunset Foxglove'

    Digitalis obscura 'Sunset Foxglove'

    Dwarf Perennial Foxglove, Willow Leaf Foxglove
    €2.70

    This rare and lovely foxglove from Spain is one of the very best in cultivation. Digitalis obscura, the Sunset Foxglove blooms from late spring to mid-summer with striking bell-shaped blooms in all the colours of the sunset. Rusty orange and amber with interior red veining and spotting.

  21. Introduced in 1992, this most unusual and sought after colour makes an excellent companion for plants with dark plum foliage or flowers.

    Digitalis purpurea 'Apricot'

    Aka Suttons Apricot, Apricot Delight, Apricot Beauty Foxglove
    €2.25

    This outstanding variety produces large spikes of the most beautiful shade of coral / apricot. Introduced in 1992, one of its greatest assets is the ability to mingle, a quality particularly important in contemporary gardens where the accent is on informality.

  22. Digitalis “Elsey Kelsey” is one of the best new foxgloves found in recent years.

    Digitalis purpurea 'Elsey Kelsey'

    Foxglove. Aka Pam's Choice
    €2.45
    Digitalis 'Elsey Kelsey' is one of the best new foxgloves found in recent years. Their elegant upright habit, long spikes of flowers and their heavenly white bell shaped flowers with densely speckled throats of deep maroon-purple make impressive features in the garden.
  23. 'Camelot Cream' produces towers of an exquisite colour that are beautifully spotted with mauve interior markings.

    Digitalis purpurea 'F1 Camelot Cream'

    First Year Flowering, Florists Foxglove
    €3.95
    Digitalis purpurea 'F1 Camelot Cream' produces towers of a delicate buttercream colour, the dense spikes of blooms are borne all the way around the stem. Developed to flower in the first year, they can be sown anytime from January to September.
  24. Developed for florists with good-quality, dense spikes that are long flowering and well-branched,

    Digitalis purpurea 'F1 Camelot Lavender'

    First Year Flowering, Florists Foxglove
    €3.95
    Digitalis purpurea 'F1 Camelot Lavender' produces towers of an exquisite colour. This premium series has been developed for florists to be first year flowering. Unlike some varieties the dense spikes of blooms are borne all the way around the stem.

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