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  1. Erysimum allioni, Cheiranthus allioni

    Siberian wallflowers are at their best in early to mid-May. With cheerful deep orange blooms, they are very easy to grow and combine well with other plants; indeed wallflowers demand companions and set the mind racing regarding potential planting combinations.

  2. ‘Fire King' is another old and tried variety, with striking, flame-like, glowing orange-scarlet flowers.

    Erysimum (formerly Cheiranthus) cheiri ‘Fire King' is another old and tried variety, with striking, flame-like, glowing orange-scarlet flowers. A compact variety with a bushy habit and a rich fragrance, they will supply the household with an abundance of cut flowers for many weeks.

  3. Erysimum cheiri, Cheiranthus cheiri “Persian Carpet”
    This is a classic Wallflower mixture, with the super rich colours you'd expect to see in a Persian Carpet (at a fraction of the cost!) purple, gold, orange, rose, cream and apricot. It is not without reason that this bushy variety so impressed the RHS judges.
  4. "Ruby Gem” is a wonderful shade of rich ruby-violet and is often known by the synonym "Purple Queen".

    Wallflowers are a peculiarly British phenomenon, their relaxing colours and sharp scent are an integral feature of both traditional and more modern displays. The rich coloured wallflower "Ruby Gem” is a wonderful shade of rich ruby-violet and is often known by the synonym "Purple Queen".

  5. Erysimum cheiri, Cheiranthus cheiri 'Vulcan'

    'Vulcan' is a very old established, dwarf variety of wallflower with sumptuous, velvety crimson flowers. Highly-scented with an extremely neat habit, they will flower for about eight weeks, the rich fragrance being most pronounced on a sunny day.

  6. Erysimum cheiri, Cheiranthus Cheiri 'White Dame'

    Out of stock

    'White Dame' is a favourite with gardeners, with off-white flowers they are a lovely colour for a spring garden. They are especially valuable because they bloom in the period between primroses and summer annuals and a perfect foil for daffodils and many other spring bulbs.

  7. Felicia heterophylla ‘The Blues’

    Felicia heterophylla ‘The Blues’

    Kingfisher Daisy, True Blue Daisy

    Out of stock

    Felicia 'The Blues' is one of the few Felicia’s with entirely blue flowers. It is drought tolerant and very easily grown from seed. Flowering in just 8 to 10 weeks from sowing the stunning electric-blue flowers are borne above tidy, compact foliage.

  8. 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.

  9. Sunflower ‘Autumn Beauty’ is a classic variety.

    Helianthus annuus 'Autumn Beauty'

    Branching Sunflower.

    Sunflower ‘Autumn Beauty’ produces numerous long-stemmed flowers from summer to late autumn in a variety of solid and bi-colour bright warm colours including golden yellow, bronze, brown and burgundy. Each plant produces numerous long-stemmed flowers each with dark centres.

  10. ‘Topolino’ is a dwarf sunflower variety with classic golden-yellow flowers on short, well-branched plants.

    Helianthus annuus ‘Topolino’ is a dwarf sunflower variety that produces classic golden-yellow flowers with a distinctive dark centre. The short, well-branched plants are sturdy and upright, and grow to just 40cm (16in) tall. They are ideal for containers and great fun for kids to grow.

  11. While technically a dwarf variety, Twilight Zone Sunflowers can reach heights up to 80cm (32in).

    Helianthus annuus 'Twilight Zone'

    Branching Sunflower

    While technically a dwarf variety, Twilight Zone Sunflowers can reach heights up to 80cm (32in). This unique cultivar features a branching habit and blooms with lovely yellow flowers, shaded with red.

  12. Sunflower 'Velvet Queen' has handsome 15cm heads in an opulent shade of velvety rich crimson.

    Helianthus annuus 'Velvet Queen'

    Branching Sunflower.

    Velvet Queen is a branching sunflower in an opulent shade of rich crimson on strong stems. It is one of the earliest sunflowers to bloom and will grow to 150cm tall. They make excellent cut flowers, alternatively leave them on the plant for the birds to enjoy the seed-heads that follow.

  13. They look especially attractive alongside clouds of Ammi majus, tall purple Verbenas bonariensis or Cosmos.

    Helianthus debilis 'Vanilla Ice'

    Also marketed as 'Ice Cream'
    $1.89

    Helianthus ‘Vanilla Ice’ is one of the prettiest sunflowers varieties available. With clusters of delicate pale creamy-yellow flowers with dark chocolate centres this compact variety is suitable for the border or can be left add a naturalised charm to a wildlife friendly garden.

  14. Iberis umbellata is a popular and easily-grown annual plant that is perhaps more versatile than you might imagine.

    Iberis umbellata 'Lilac' Candytuft

    Annual or Globe Candytuft

    An extremely easy to grow, hardy annual plant, Iberis umbellata is quick to grow and is in bloom within two months from a spring sowing. This beautiful lilac form has glossy green leaves and the familiar clusters of fragrant flowers which are attractive to bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects.

  15. Iberis umbellata 'Rose-Cardinal' Candytuft

    Iberis umbellata 'Rose-Cardinal' Candytuft

    Annual or Globe Candytuft

    Iberis umbellata 'Rose-Cardinal' is quick to grow and is in bloom within two months from a spring sowing. Extremely easy to grow, they are invaluable for underplanting and for use in rock gardens and containers. They are considered one of the best plants grown for edging purposes.

  16. Iberis umbellata 'White' are covered with dense clusters of flowers throughout summer.

    Iberis umbellata 'White' Candytuft

    Annual or Globe Candytuft

    Iberis umbellata is a popular and easily-grown annual plant that is perhaps more versatile than you might imagine. Considered one of the best for edging purposes, they are also invaluable for underplanting, for rock gardens and containers. Easy to grow and fast to flower, this fragrant hardy annual will quickly cover any unsightly bare spots in the garden.

  17. Ipomoea purpurea "Grandpa Ott" flowers of intense violet-blue, with a ruby red star produced in profusion on the plant.

    Ipomoea purpurea 'Grandpa Ott'

    Heirloom Morning Glory

    This heirloom morning glory originated in Bavaria in Germany and named for the original Seed-saver Baptist John Ott, Ipomoea purpurea 'Grandpa Ott' flowers of intense violet-blue, with a ruby red star. It is a good climber for walls, trellis work or if allowed to scramble through other plants or trees.

  18. Ipomoea sloteri is an annual twining vine that was formerly known as Ipomoea x multifidi.

    Ipomoea sloteri 'Cardinal Climber'

    Formerly Ipomoea multifida, Quamoclit multifida

    Ipomoea sloteri is an annual twining vine. A hybrid, with the best characteristics of each parent, this very graceful, airy vine is festooned with pentagon shaped blooms throughout the summer. The leaves look like they've been cut with a scalpel and create a beautifully backdrop to the deep red blooms.

  19. Morning glory is an appropriate name for this beautiful climber. 'Heavenly Blue' is the most popular variety,
    'Heavenly Blue' is one of the loveliest of all climbers. The buds are long and tightly furled, but as the morning sunshine reaches them, they steadily unfold themselves into wide sky-blue trumpet-shaped flowers of deep azure-blue, the colour of a Mediterranean sky.
  20. Ipomoea tricolor 'Scarlet O’Hara'

    Rich, red to magenta, large, exotic trumpet flowers with emerald green heart-shaped leaves. An absolutely reliable plant, with a profusion of large flowers 15cm in diameter, 'Scarlet O'Hara' will tolerate heat and is a splendid climber for covering trellis-work or for container planting.

  21. Sweet Pea 'Matucana' has brilliant bicoloured blooms of richest purple and violet.

    Lathyrus odoratus 'Matucana'

    Grandflora Sweet Pea. 1907
    $2.03
    'Matucana' was first introduced into this country from Sicily in 1699, this delightful heirloom dates back at least three centuries, highly valued for its wonderfully strong, sweet scent as well as its brilliant bicoloured blooms of richest purple and violet .
  22. Munstead Lavender is named from Munstead Woods, the home of famous garden designer Gertrude Jekyll.

    Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead Dwarf'

    Dwarf English Lavender, Hedge Lavender

    Munstead Lavender is a fragrant robust English lavender that, due to its short size and tightly held blooms, makes a great hedge. It flowers profusely in the spring, after which a good pruning will provide an attractive grey bush with highly aromatic leaves.

  23. Night Scented Stock is one of the easiest and rewarding scented plants to grow.

    Matthiola longipetala 'Night Scented Stock'

    Evening Scented Stock, Perfume Plant

    Night or Evening-scented Stock is one of the easiest and rewarding scented plants to grow. The flowers open in the late afternoon and emit a most delightful fragrance. The scent has been compared to vanilla, rose, spice and even cloves. It will become a summer fragrance you will never want to be without!

  24. Nemophila maculata 'Five Spot'

    Pretty flowers with five white petals, each with a deep blue spot at the tip. Very easy to grow they are an ideal addition to rockeries, hanging baskets or other containers where their hardiness and dry-tolerance ensures a good display.

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