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  1. This striking plant is a hybrid between the pink flowered D. purpurea and the yellow flowered D. grandiflora.
    €1.98
    This striking and robust foxglove, a hybrid between the pink flowered D. purpurea and the yellow flowered D. grandiflora produces a beautiful mix of the two shades. Warm pink, speckled flowers that are larger than the traditional foxglove.
  2. 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
    €1.98

    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.

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

    Digitalis purpurea 'Elsey Kelsey'

    Foxglove. Aka Pam's Choice
    €2.10
    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.
  4. One of the most elegant dwarf Foxgloves, Digitalis 'Snow Thimble' is easy to place in the garden border
    €2.22

    Digitalis purpurea 'Snow Thimble' is bred for its large pure-white, bell-shaped blooms, born on short spikes only 100cm tall. It is one of the most elegant dwarf Foxgloves, easy to place in the garden it is especially suited to cottage gardens, shade gardens, wildflower and cutting gardens.

  5. Pure white foxgloves are a supremely elegant plant.

    Digitalis purpurea f. albiflora.

    Pure White Foxglove
    €1.50
    The pure unadulterated white form of this English woodlander. Grown as a single colour in a perennial bed they are outstanding for their simplicity alone. Pure white foxgloves are a supremely elegant plant, they lighten up those shaded corners, giving a sense of depth and interest to an otherwise dark area.
  6. Digitalis purpurea heywoodii 'Silver Fox' is an elegant and rare foxglove that is ideal for borders or containers.
    €2.70

    Digitalis 'Silver Fox' is one of the most beautiful dwarf Foxgloves for the cottage garden and border. Growing to just 60 to 70cm tall, the creamy-white speckled bells are flushed with soft lavender-pink. An elegant and rare foxglove that is ideal for borders or containers.

  7. Digitalis purpurea 'Gloxiniaeflora' is an outstanding and unusual strain of Foxglove.
    €2.22
    Digitalis purpurea var gloxinioides is an outstanding and unusual strain of Foxglove. Resembling the Gloxinia plant, the open flowers are tubular, each with frilled edges. With tall dense spikes of blooms, they are held horizontally and display the heavily spotted throat markings to better advantage.
  8. Erigeron is an amazingly versatile plant, being low-growing, happy in sun or partial shade and thriving in any well-drained soil.

    Erigeron karvinskianus 'Profusion'

    Mexican Daisy, Fleabane
    €2.10

    Out of stock

    Producing a profusion of daisy like blooms from May right through till November, the flowers open white but change to deep pink as they mature. Erigeron is easy to grow and an amazingly versatile plant, being low-growing, happy in sun or partial shade and thriving in any well-drained soil.
  9. Erythronium grandiflorum is a rarely offered species native to west North America.

    Erythronium grandiflorum

    Yellow Avalanche Lily, Glacier Lily
    €3.54
    Erythronium grandiflorum is a rarely offered species. Native to west North America, it is one of the largest of the genus. Blooming in early spring, each flower stem has up to ten golden yellow, nodding, star-shaped flowers with reflexed petals.
  10. Euphorbia characias forms a natural rounded shape, and brings structure and an architectural quality to the garden, while the colour and texture offer almost endless contrast possibilities.

    Euphorbia characias subsp wulfenii

    Mediterranean Spurge
    €3.06

    One of the grandest of plants, Euphorbia characias 'Wulfenii' has upright stems clothed with whorls of fleshy, mat grey-green leaves that lend the whole plant a textural quality that is unparalleled. From March to June the plants are topped with intense chartreuse-green flowers'.

  11. Growing in clusters of three seeds they look a little like Capers.

    Euphorbia lathyris

    Caper Spurge, Mole Plant
    €2.76

    Out of stock

    Euphorbia lathyris is an ornamental biennial plant with upright unbranched stems which carry four rows of rigidly arranged deep green leaves. Commonly known as the Caper Spurge or Mole Plant. The seeds grow in green clusters of three seeds and look a little like Capers. The plant is reputed to deter moles.

  12. Euphorbia mellifera is an evergreen shrub is grown as much for its foliage as its deliciously scented bronze tinted flowers.

    Euphorbia mellifera

    Honey Spurge
    €3.54
    Euphorbia mellifera is grown as much for its foliage as its deliciously scented flowers. A magnificent euphorbia with stiff stems strung with whorls of bright green leaves, topped in spring with small, honey-scented, bronze-tinted flowers.
  13. Euphorbia myrsinites is a charming plant that deserves to be better known.

    Euphorbia myrsinites

    Myrtle Spurge
    €2.34
    Euphorbia myrsinites is a charming plant, a prostrate-growing evergreen with trailing stems that are clad in spiraling grey-blue leaves. An easy, tough, tidy groundcover and one of the most useful and highly ornamentally plants to grow in the garden.
  14. Euphorbias give us some of the best early spring herbaceous colour, but Euphorbia polychroma has the most impact.

    Euphorbia polychroma

    Cushion spurge, Many-coloured spurge.
    €2.34
    Euphorbias give us some of the best early spring herbaceous colour, but Euphorbia polychroma has the most impact. This compact variety grows to only 50cm with a great mound of yellow-green flowers in spring and echoes the daffodils.
  15. Euphorbia x pasteurii has only been on the garden scene for about four years so it is a fairly new plant name to most gardeners.
    €3.42

    Euphorbia x pasteurii has only been on the garden scene for about four years. With yellow honey scented flowers from April to June and clothed in narrow, leathery evergreen dark green leaves with a distinctive, creamy-white central midrib, it makes a very attractive, rounded architectural form.

  16. Snake's head fritillaries always excite attention wherever they are seen.

    Fritillaria meleagris

    Snake's Head Fritillary, Chequered Lily,
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.70

    Out of stock

    Snake's head fritillaries always excite attention wherever they are seen. None of the other lovely members of the fritillaria genus can match this native wildflower for the bizarre and unmistakable colouring of its bell-shaped flowers.
  17. The plants errupt in spring to produce countless sprays of fragrant lavender-blue flower spikes.
    €2.10

    Galega officinalis is an ancient ornamental plant that produces a delightful natural effect in the garden. The plants have handsome foliage and they errupt in spring to produce countless sprays of fragrant lavender-blue flower spikes, each with mini-sweet pea shaped flowers.

  18. One of the longest bloomers in the garden, hardy geranium bears flowers for months at a time. It produces jewel-tone, saucer-shape flowers and mounds of handsome, lobed foliage.

    Geranium - Hardy Geranium Mix

    Mixture of species and cultivars
    €3.30

    Out of stock

    Hardy geraniums are undoubtedly one of the most popular groups of plants. Today’s hybrids are the modern flag bearers, they are beautiful, reliable and endlessly various produces jewel-tone, saucer-shape flowers for months at a time. Exceptionally good value this mix always contain a few real rarities.

  19. Geranium albanum look fabulous tumbling over a rockery or onto gravel pathways

    Geranium albanum

    Hardy Geranium
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    Geranium albanum is a beautiful and interesting geranium. This low growing species produces large numbers of magenta-veined, shocking pink flowers. The flowers open pale at first and darken with age, with a rose heart and fines violet lines they bloom from spring to midsummer.

  20. Geranium endressii

    Geranium endressii

    French crane's-bill, Géranium d' Endress
    €2.70
    Geranium endressii is one of the best choices for massed plantings, filling in quickly to create a bushy groundcover. The plant forms a mound of glossy, deeply-cut, green foliage, bearing a summer-long display of cup-shaped, bright pink flowers.
  21. Geranium phaeum var. phaeum 'Samobor'

    Geranium phaeum var. phaeum 'Samobor'

    Dusky Cranesbill, Mourning Widow
    Hardy Geranium
    €2.70

    Out of stock

    Geranium phaeum ‘Samobor’ has considerable charm, with luxurious, deep maroon-black flowers which are held high on upright slender stems in late spring to early summer. This beautiful and useful hardy geranium is loved for its amazing deeply scalloped foliage with beautiful dark markings

  22. Geranium pratense 'Dark Reiter’
    €3.54

    'Dark Reiter’, is a fairly new cultivar originating from 'Victor Reiter' whose namesake was the legendary California nurseryman. What sets this plant apart is the new leaves that emerge a light maroon colour then fade to a purple-flushed deep green, it produces violet-blue flowers in spring.

  23. Geranium pratense 'Purple Haze'

    Geranium pratense 'Purple Haze'

    Hardy Geranium, Garden Geranium
    €3.30

    Out of stock

    'Purple Haze' is one of the discoveries of the century. Grown for its amazing foliage, unique shades rarely seen within in the genus they vary from bronzes, through purples to dark beetroot. Most are deeply divided and make a striking contrast to the blooms, perfectly themed in shades of gorgeous violet-mauve.

  24. Very easy to grow, Geranium "Splish Splash" is a fascinating, rare and prized border plant.
    €4.74

    Out of stock

    "Splish Splash" is a fascinating, rare and prized border plant and one of the most beautiful, striking and unusual perennial geraniums. Very easy to grow, the clumps of divided foliage are topped with mauve-blue splashes and flecks on pure white petals, each petal appearing to be individually designed and painted.

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