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  1. Moluccella is a fast-growing border plant with unusual qualities including an ability to survive for months as a cut flower.

    Moluccella laevis

    Bells of Ireland, Shell Flower

    Starting at: €1.62

    'Bells of Ireland' are flowers to please anyone who loves flower arranging. Cut fresh, the bells will last for years and they are very useful for winter arrangements but they also look good in flower borders and with the recent fashion for green blooms are becoming more sought after.

  2. Molinia caerulea ssp.caerulea is a variety of shorter moor grass that has a unique character and undeniable charm.

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    With a unique character and undeniable charm, Molinia caerulea produces masses flower stems that are at first so delicate they are almost invisible, together they form a floating sea of movement. Probably at their resplendent best as summer turns to autumn and their foliage turns a warm butter yellow.

  3. Molinia caerulea ssp.arundinacea feature clumps of arching foliage and tall, see-through flower spikes.

    Molinia caerulea ssp. arundinacea

    Tall Moor Grass, Purple Moor Grass

    Few other grasses have such a great separation between foliage and flowers than Molinia caerulea ssp. arundinaceae. With clumps of arching, blue-green leaves above which the most slender stems and delicate see-through flowers grow to six foot or more. In autumn they turn golden yellow to deep copper.

  4. Miscanthus cultivars provide airy, plumed seed heads that endure from August until late January or longer.

    Miscanthus sinensis 'New Hybrids'

    Maiden Grass or Eulalia Grass

    Miscanthus are the queen of ornamental grasses. Miscanthus sinensis ‘New Hybrids’ provide a multitude of cultivars with varying heights, leaf widths and bloom times. Some plants will be upright growing and others will have a cascading habit, also expect variation in colouring.

  5. Miscanthus sinensis 'Early Hybrids'

    Miscanthus sinensis 'Early Hybrids'

    Maiden Grass or Eulalia Grass

    An icon for well over a hundred years, the range of Miscanthus cultivars expanded dramatically in the 1950's when the German plant breeder Ernst Pagels persuaded two of his plants to set seed at the same time. The result of his work has provided us with some of the finest flowering grasses available today. ‘Early Hybrids’ are a selection of early blooming cultivars with differing colours and forms.

  6. The plants are topped with large silky white plumes throughout autumn and winter and into early spring.

    Miscanthus sinensis

    Chinese Silver Grass, Maiden Grass or Eulalia Grass

    Introduced from Japan circa 1870, Miscanthus sinensis has been grown in gardens for over a hundred years. It is one of the best tall grasses for a winter garden. They provide handsome clumps of deep green foliage and airy, plumed seed heads that endure from August until late January.

  7. Milium effusum Aureum takes on an almost magical quality, bringing incandescent light to the shady places it prefers.

    Milium effusum Aureum

    Bowles Golden Grass
    Milium effusum Aureum has a magical quality, bringing incandescent light to the shady places it prefers. As the season progresses tiny golden, bead-like flowers on hair-thin stems arch gracefully creating fountains of gold.
  8. Limonium tartaricum 'Statice'

    Limonium tartaricum 'Statice'

    Goniolimon tataricum, German or Perennial Statice

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    Coveted by crafters and arrangers, every devotee of dried-flower arrangements is no doubt familiar with Statice. This perennial variety is a stunning spectacle when in bloom, producing clusters of silvery white frilly flowers that last all summer. Delicate and exquisite, they look like they are made from paper.

  9. Lagurus ovatus

    Lagurus ovatus

    Hares-tail, Bouquet Grass, Ornamental Grass
    Lagurus ovatus is probably the most appealing of all the ornamental grasses. The name ‘Hare’s Tail’ perfectly accurately describes the creamy-white flower heads, which are hare's tail-shaped, fur-like and soft to the touch!
  10. Hosta ventricosa is sturdy and dependable and fills a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve.

    Hosta ventricosa

    Corfu Lily
    Hosta ventricosa is a very special species. In Japan it is named 'Murasaki Giboshi' meaning ‘dark-purple flowered Hosta’. Sturdy and dependable, the plant forms a medium sized mound of rich, dark green foliage with deeply veined, heart-shaped leaves.
  11. 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. .

  12. The plant forms a tight mound of eye-catching silver foliage, around 45cm tall by 60cm wide.

    Helichrysum thianshanicum

    Silver spike or Icicle plant. Marketed as 'Goldkind'

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    From the Tian Shan Mountains of northern China comes this tough little subshrub that is among the finest expressions of silver foliage to be found. Helichrysum thianshanicum is a superb silver leaved evergreen, subshrub that forms a tight mound of eye-catching silver foliage.

  13. Helichrysum italicum is an easy to care for silver-leaved perennial. Endowed with interesting shapes and textures it provides contrast among green-leafed plants.

    Helichrysum italicum

    Italian Helichrysum, The Curry Plant
    Helichrysum italicum is an easy to care for silver-leaved, perennial. In addition to its lovely light silveriness the foliage is endowed with interesting textures which provides contrast among green-leafed plants and the clusters of yellow flowers are useful for cutting.
  14. It is a good choice for livening up formal knot gardens and evergreen borders, as well as picking and popping in a vase.

    Gaura lindheimeri ‘The Bride’

    Lindheimer's Bee Blossom
    In the last decade, Gaura ‘The Bride’ has skyrocketed to popularity among gardeners.A graceful, hazy plant with airy spikes of white, star-shaped flowers with long anthers like daddy long-legs, held on slender stems from May to September. RHS AGM
  15. Gaura lindheimeri 'Summer Breeze'  is a hardier, more robust variety that has now been made available in seed form.

    Gaura lindheimeri ‘Summer Breeze’

    Lindheimer's Bee Blossom

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    Introduced in 2008, Gaura lindheimeri 'Summer Breeze' has now been made available in seed form. A hardier, more robust variety, long blooming and floriferous, it produces open, willowy, vase-shaped plants, with long graceful stems that suspend numerous little, dainty, butterfly shaped flowers at their tips.

  16. Gaura lindheimeri ‘Cool Breeze’

    Gaura 'Cool Breeze' is a stunning new variety that is now available from seed. It produces a flurry of dazzling pure white, starry blooms on graceful slender stems. They have pale green stamens and buds instead of the usual pink. A first year flowering perennial, very easy to grow it will bloom in around 14 weeks from an early sowing.

  17. 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.

    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.

  18. 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.

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    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.
  19. The flowers are produced from earliest spring right through until early winter and are as valuable in the border as they are in the cutting garden.

    Euphorbia oblongata

    Eggleaf spurge. Oblong spurge

    Euphorbia oblongata is one of the very loveliest euphorbias. With dazzling yellow flowers, vibrant lime green bracts and dark green, oval leaves with pale green veins. Often grown as an annual, this fabulous and attractive plant is one of the longest-flowering and most valuable of commercial cut flowers.

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

    Euphorbia mellifera

    Honey Spurge
    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.
  21. Euphorbia marginata “Summer Icicle” is a highly versatile, ornamental plant and a great garden performer.

    Euphorbia marginata 'Summer Icicle'

    Dwarf Snow on the Mountain, Mountain Snow

    Summer Icicle adds wonderful contrast to bright summer bedding and container displays and is at home in the border where it performs well in hot and dry soils. The flowers form small white cups at the top and centre of the plant. It is top branching so ideal for use as a cut flower.

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

    Euphorbia lathyris

    Caper Spurge, Mole Plant

    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.

  23. 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 'Wulfenii'

    Mediterranean Spurge

    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'.

  24. The magnificent Eucalyptus gunnii is one of the most popular hardy varieties of eucalyptus, which thrives in our climate.

    Eucalyptus gunnii 'Cider gum'

    Cider Gum, Gum Tree

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    With silvery-blue, rounded young leaves that give way to glaucous, sickle-shaped adult foliage and smooth whitish-green bark that is shed annually in late summer. This magnificent Eucalyptus is one of the most popular hardy varieties of eucalyptus.

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