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  1. Frizzle Sizzle Mix of Colours

    Viola wittrockiana 'F1 Frizzle Sizzle Mix'

    Pansy, Double, Ruffled Pansy
    $2.94

    Out of stock

    Viola x wittrockiana 'Frizzle Sizzle' F1 has a unique flower, and is possibly quite unlike any pansy that you have seen before. It produces large 2-3 inch wide flowers, each of which is completely ruffled along the edges. This mix from the series includes the most popular shades, each with the central dark blotch.

  2. Sporobolus is considered by many to be one of the most refined of all the prairie grasses.

    Sporobolus heterolepis

    Dropseed, Sacaton Grass
    $3.15

    Sporobolus displays a magnificent fountain of fine textured, emerald-green leaves which develop rich shades of reddish-gold or deep orange in the autumn, but the great joy of this plant is that it produces a great cloudy haze of tiny flower heads. Numerous stalks with delicate, open panicles shoot up and over the clump.

  3.  Schizostylis are autumn flowering perennials, they are valued in gardens for their late flowering.

    Schizostylis coccinea, Mixed Colours

    Recently reclassified into the genus Hesperantha.
    Also known as Kaffir Lily,
    $2.73

    Out of stock

    Schizostylis are valued in gardens for their late flowering, they can give your garden as much colour in the autumn as in the height of summer. With lovely dwarf gladioli like flower stalks and individual blossoms that resembles those of a freesia. The satiny globes open wide even in wintry sunshine.

  4. Rosa rugosa 'Japanese Rose'
    $2.73
    Rosa rugosa is the original form of the species that founded the Rugosa Class (1796) and is one of the highest rated roses by the American Rose Society. Eagerly used by hybridisers in the late 19th Century and is again being used by serious hybridisers again today.
  5.  Rosa chinensis "Angel Rose"

    Rosa chinensis var minima 'Angel Rose'

    The China Rose, Chinese Rose, Minature Rose
    $3.15

    Prized for their beauty, fragrance, novelty and adaptability, miniature roses are the queen of flowers. This diminutive Chinese native grow to about 12 to 18 inches high in containers and baskets and blooms just 3 to 5 months from sowing. Although hardy, it can be grown as an annual when started early.

  6. The wild rose bursts with lightly scented, usually flesh pink flowers (though they can be pinker or whitish) in summer.

    Rosa canina

    Shrub Rose, Dog Rose
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.59

    The wild rose bursts with lightly scented, usually flesh pink flowers (though they can be pinker or whitish) in summer. They are followed by a terrific show of bright red hips, they can be used to make jam, jelly, syrup, marmalade and wine. Delicious and an excellent natural source of vitamin C.

  7. This stunning variety produces large, densely petaled blooms that resemble small peonies.
    $5.25

    Out of stock

    Ranunculus ‘Bloomingdale’ is an indispensable plant, and a lovely option for late winter to early spring colour. Flowering in only five months from seed, this stunning variety produces large, densely petaled blooms that resemble small peonies.

  8. Classed as ‘Endangered’, Pulmonaria obscura is only found in only three small locations in Suffolk woodlands

    Pulmonaria obscura

    Unspotted Dog, Suffolk Lungwort
    European Wildflower
    $3.71

    Out of stock

    Pulmonaria obscura is an extremely rare species. Known from just three small locations in adjacent ancient Suffolk woodlands, covering an area of 18 square metres it has only 600 individual stands. One of the first perennials bloom in spring, the flowers are light red, changing to purple and to blue at maturity.

  9. Physalis franchetti is a highly attractive and much loved plant with a mound forming habit and mid green coloured leaves.

    Physalis alkekengi var. franchetii

    Chinese Lantern, Winter Cherry
    $1.75

    Physalis franchetti is a highly attractive and much loved plant with a mound forming habit and mid green coloured leaves. Each year it makes a good show producing creamy-white star shaped flowers, which are followed by bright orange-red, paper-like lanterns in autumn.

  10. Phormium tenax 'Purpureum' with rich bronze-purple leaves will add valuable winter interest to your garden.

    Phormium tenax purpureum

    Purple New Zealand Flax
    $2.31

    Out of stock

    Phormium tenax 'Purpureum' with its rich bronze-purple leaves has two characteristics which are sought-after by gardeners looking to add a bit of drama to their borders. Bold, architectural lines with erect, sword-shaped leaves and rich evergreen foliage colour.
  11. With their arching, strappy, sword-shaped leaves, Phormiums make a dramatic statement in the garden.

    Phormium tenax

    New Zealand Flax
    $1.75

    Out of stock

    With their arching, strappy, sword-shaped leaves, Phormiums make a dramatic statement in the garden. They are versatile evergreen plants that tolerate a range of conditions and look at home in a variety of different planting schemes.
  12. Magnolia kobus, Kobushi Magnolia

    Magnolia kobus, Kobushi Magnolia

    Kobushi Magnolia, Mountain Magnolia,
    $2.73

    Magnolias are some of the most magnificent specimens in the garden. Magnolia kobus is a beautiful small tree which displays upright oval growth in youth, bearing flowers at an early age, it spreads and mounds with maturity. They can be used as specimens or as lovely backdrops for other plantings.

  13. Hordeum jubatum with silky, golden-grey panicles in early and mid summer

    Hordeum jubatum

    Squirrel-Tail, Foxtail Barley

    Squirrel-Tail Grasses are the ultimate architectural plant, adding see-through effects, autumn colour and winter shapes. They carry silky, golden-greyish panicles in early and mid summer, which develop a reddish or purple tinge at the tips. Fantastic in massed groups, or around taller, more stately plants. .

  14. Large waxy flowers are produced in a variety of colours from dark purple to white, often extravagantly mottled and marked.

    Helleborus x hybridus 'Helen Ballards Strain'

    Hellebore, Christmas Rose, Lenten Rose
    (formerly Helleborus orientalis)
    $3.15

    Out of stock

    Based on hybrids bred by the doyenne of the Hellebore world, Helen Ballard, these must be some of the finest and most beautiful of the race we have to offer. Large flowers are produced in a variety of colours from dark purple to white - often extravagantly mottled and marked.

  15. Hellebore Black Beauty is a choice variety. The deepest plums and purples open from slate coloured buds.

    Helleborus x hybridus 'Black Beauty'

    Hellebore, Christmas Rose, Lenten Rose
    (formerly Helleborus orientalis)
    $4.13

    Out of stock

    Originating from one of the country's top hellebore breeders. Hellebore 'Black Beauty' is a choice variety. The deepest plums and purples open from slate coloured buds, many plants having the extra bonus of the dark foliage of their parents.

  16. Helleborus sternii 'Blackthorn Strain'

    Helleborus sternii 'Blackthorn Strain'

    Christmas Rose, Christmas Hellebore
    $3.43
    'Blackthorn Strain' is a carefully selected seed strain, with delicate pink flowers backed with pink and green, the stems, petioles and often the anthers are an enchanting ripe berry rose. The saw-toothed foliage is pewter-blue above, burgundy-grey beneath.
  17. White Flowers....despite being called the "Black Hellebore"

    Helleborus niger

    Christmas Rose, Christmas Hellebore, Black Hellebore
    $3.15
    Helleborus niger is smaller and more compact than any of its relatives and is the first in bloom, producing a succession of delicate white flowers throughout winter. It is a welcome sight when the snow thaws to see something so pretty in bloom.
  18. With bowl shaped, nodding flowers the colour of 'Granny Smith' apples, the Corsican Hellebore is an unmistakable plant

    Helleborus argutifolius 'Corsican Hellebore'

    Corsican Rose, Holly Leafed Hellebore
    $2.45

    Out of stock

    With bowl shaped, nodding flowers the colour of 'Granny Smith' apples, the Corsican Hellebore is an unmistakable plant. Its stout stems, deep green, leathery leaves and large heads of flowers mark it apart from all other hellebores. Easy to grow in sun or shade.
  19. ‘Vision Violet’ produces masses of large luminescent violet flowers from early spring through to late summer.
    $3.57

    A beautiful, robust ground cover variety of the every popular Geranium sanguineum; ‘Vision Violet’ produces masses of large luminescent violet flowers from early spring to summer. The blooms cover this compact, mounding plant with intricately cut leaves.

  20. ‘Vision Light Pink’ produces masses of large luminescent flowers from early spring through to late summer.
    $3.57

    Out of stock

    ‘Vision Light Pink’ produces masses of large luminescent light pink flowers with red veins from early spring through to late summer. This long-lived, drought-tolerant perennial is useful as a small scale groundcover and in mixed borders. Use it in rock gardens, stone walls or even in container plantings.

  21. Very easy to grow, Geranium "Splish Splash" is a fascinating, rare and prized border plant.
    $5.53

    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.

  22. Freesia ‘Royal Champion’ produces plants with long, strong stems and large fragrant flowers.
    $3.29

    Out of stock

    Loved for their delicate multi-coloured flowers and light, sweet, floral scent, few flowers can beat with Freesias for fragrance.‘Royal Champion’ produces plants with long, strong stems and large fragrant flowers. With up to eight blooms on each stalk, the funnel-shaped flowers float above a fan of sword-like leaves.

  23. Dainty diminutive Festuca glauca is one of the most tactile of the evergreen grasses.

    Diminutive Festuca glauca makes a tight mound of steely blue, needle-like blades and is one of the most tactile of the evergreen grasses. Planted as a specimen or in swathes across a garden, the colour is so unexpected it can't help but catch the eye.

  24. 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.
    $3.64

    Out of stock

    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.

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