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A light tubular steel-frame construction (0.4mm x 13mm steel) provides the perfect support for climbing roses, clematis etc.This delightful arch measures about 2 metres in height when erected (with 40cm in the ground), and is 1.4 metres aperture, by some 37cm depth/width. Contains everything needed to assemble, including easy instructions. Easy to put together using a screwdriver, even easier if using a cordless electric drill/screwdriver, and can be done single-handed, although an extra pair of...
A Collection of some of the best Autumn-flowering Crocus species, with excellent Autumn colour from true Crocus species (not Colchicum). These unusual species naturally flower in the late Summer, to early Autumn - including the much sought after Saffron Crocus. These all grow and flower very well provided with a sheletered but cold growing position in Winter, and well-drained fertile soil. A sunny summer position can assist in regular flowering.
A striking bright pink mini-tulip, with a black petal base. Height to 15cm or more. Tulips are prolific bloomers and so easy to grow. Many people treat these like Bedding plants, with the exception that these will flower year after year provided they have been planted properly. The trick is to plant deeply, and to ensure the soil is well-drained. Scottish gardeners know that it is a good idea to add a layer of grit under the bulb to help them cope with the wet Scottish winter - but this is just as...
The patriotic Tulip! Red White and Blue. This dwarf species type works well in containers. Tulips are prolific bloomers and so easy to grow. Many people treat these like Bedding plants, with the exception that these will flower year after year provided they have been planted properly. The trick is to plant deeply, and to ensure the soil is well-drained. Scottish gardeners know that it is a good idea to add a layer of grit under the bulb to help them cope with the wet Scottish winter - but this is...
An indispensible shrub for a mixed border, producing arching stems with masses of Pink Flowers. Height to 2m when mature, flowering when still quite small.
A wonderful and easy to grow Allium for Borders and Rockeries. Known as the 'Drumstick' Allium, these have tight little flower-globes of deep pink with green tips. Height to 50cm or a little more if competing for light. Well-drained position preferred. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
Dwarf Tulip with bright pink flowers. Tulips are prolific bloomers and so easy to grow. Many people treat these like Bedding plants, with the exception that these will flower year after year provided they have been planted properly. The trick is to plant deeply, and to ensure the soil is well-drained. Scottish gardeners know that it is a good idea to add a layer of grit under the bulb to help them cope with the wet Scottish winter - but this is just as useful anywhere else too. Feed the bulbs with...
Favorite for rockeries, and easy to grow! Dainty blue daisy-like flower appear in March. Height to 8cm. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
Black, UV stabilised plastic mesh, designed for multiple season use. Perfect for protecting crops from Bird damage, egg-laying Butterflies etc., and also good for protecting Pond fish from predacious birds. Measures approx 4m x 2m when fully stretched, and works best when fixed to a frame or supporting structure.
The Calla Lily is a well-known and much appreciated plant, easy to grow from bulbs. 'Picasso' has a really amazing combination of purple and creamy yellow. Keep frost-free: these are perfect houseplants, and benefit from drier conditions if they go dormant.
A super-value pack of 3 pairs of gardening gloves (2 pairs with an extra bonus pair), for a variety of gardening tasks. Includes one pair of heavy duty gardening gloves, and two pairs of lighter gloves for more delicate garden work where both dexterity and warm hands are required.
Classic. Intense blue flowers on tall stems, and easy to grow. These like a sunny position, but can also be naturalised in long grass to good effect. Very hardy, growing to 40cm or more in height. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
A beautiful vanilla-cream coloured selection of Crocus chrysanthus. Known for their sweet fragrance and early-flowering, these are superb bulbs for planting in large groups. Very easy in the garden, and not requiring special conditions - often used for naturalising in lawns etc.,. Height to 10cm. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
Classic design hedge shears, with a non-stick carbon-steel blades and tubular steel handles with easy grips.
An astonishingly sturdy prairie sage, which makes a great contribution to borders and containers alike. Good stout plants form nice clumps to 40cm tall, with long displays of purple flowers in Summer. Easy to grow, tolerant of drought.
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A fine pure-white flowering Tulip variety, suitable for Beds and Containers. Height to 15cm or more. Tulips are prolific bloomers and so easy to grow. Many people treat these like Bedding plants, with the exception that these will flower year after year provided they have been planted properly. The trick is to plant deeply, and to ensure the soil is well-drained. Scottish gardeners know that it is a good idea to add a layer of grit under the bulb to help them cope with the wet Scottish winter - but...
Grape Hyacinths - easy Springtime Colour. A dark-flowered variety with a vigorous habit. Each flower is tipped white and the flower spike is tipped with a lighter blue. Very decorative, and a welcome change from the ususal common grape Hyacinth. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
Dwarf Iris, with bright blue flowers.Perfect Rockery plant, requiring more drainage than ordinary garden conditions allow - but ideal for containers. Feed well in Spring for repeat flowering year after year. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
Really good plant for naturalising under trees, in Borders, or wherever you like! These terrific Alliums have long stems with clusters of nodding white flowers in April. An established clump will flower over quite a long period, and these are very maintenance-free once established. Height to 50cm.Delivery from October to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
Delightful pure white form of the well-known blue flower. Freely spreading plant which self-seeds and colonises large areas. These can't be called 'invasive' because they disappear as soon as the weather warms up - we prefer the term 'aggressively decorative'. Perfect for lawns. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
A traditional garden twine, usually used for tying up plants, but very decorative in it's own right - thus popular in floristry and interior design. Green colour, approx 50m.
A stylish Stainless Steel Solar Lighting solution for Patios, Decking, Borders, and Garden paths - perfect for the summertime! Charged by natural sunlight during the day, these will turn on in the dark, providing ambient low-maintenace lighting after Dusk.
Designed with nut-feeding birds in mind, providing high-energy, high-protein nutrition through the Winter months. Deluxe high-polish metal finish. Approx 15 inches tall.
Bright Early Summer Colour. Allium moly, also known as Allium luteum, has flowers of an outstanding shade of bright yellow which makes a cheerful show in early Summer. Easy to grow, these are reputed to deter Moles - but evidence for this is scant. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
A well-known and loved miniature 'Daff', with bright yellow fragrant blooms. Good forcer, and often sold as potted plants in Spring. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
A mix of colourful Primroses selected from the best 'bedding' types. Good for adding seasonal colour, and particularly good in Winter months, but equally welcome in Spring. These are hardy perennials, and should last for a number of years. We don't treat our plants with growth Hormones, so (unlike garden-centre Primroses) these will flower when they like and continue to grow afterwards. Height to 12cm or more, and may self-seed if allowed.
The 'Carpathian Bellflower' - this beautiful rockery plant is adaptable to a range of growing conditions, and produces an excellent display of purple, rarely white, flowers in Summer. Easy to grow groundcover, these do very well at the front of a border. Height to 15cm.
Striking intensely deep pink shade from this long-blooming perennial. Bred from the wild meadow Milfoil, these sturdy plants form great groundcover, and attract beneficial insects. Height to 60cm
Mixture of our finest Autumn-flowering Crocus species, makes a stunning effect late in the season. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
These handy Half Standard-size seed trays are perfect for starting off seed for many plant varieties, which will require pricking-out and potting up after germination. Tray size approx 22.5cm x 17.5cm. Produced in the UK from thermoformed recycled Polystyrene. UV stabilised for long life, Lightweight yet durable, and easy to clean and re-use.
The rose-pink, regular form of this robust species. Growing to a height of 1m or so, and forming a clump over time.
Wow! Perhaps the most often-seen of the classic tall-flowered Alliums, and with good reason! The majestic purple flowerheads rise above the strap-like foliage, to a height of over 1 metre, attracting Butterflies, Bumblebees and other pollinating insects, followed by ornamental seedheads. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
These are Large-celled 4-pack measuring approx 22cm x 7cm, with each cavitymeasuring about 60mm x 45mm. These are particularly good for plants which require a larger root-run from the outset (Such as Squash and Courgette) or for potting on plants grown in smaller cells. The narrow profile allows these to be grown on narrow windowsills. Produced in the UK from thermoformed recycled Polystyrene. UV stabilised for long life, Lightweight yet durable, and easy to clean and re-use.
The 'Hardy Gloxinia' is a tap-rooted perennial that can be grown as a houseplant, or as a hardy perennial, provided with a sheltered location. The large trumpet-shaped flowers are similar to a Steptocarpus or Gloxinia, and are held over ferny foliage in Summer. These have a short period of availability, after which they become too large to ship safely - so get these while they're hot!
A perfect Asiatic Hybrid Lily, which has creamy-white flowers - not pure white, but with a hint of yellow like vanilla ice cream. These are dwarf-flowering, with neat flowering stems growing to 40 or 45cm at most, and with disproportionately, generously sized blooms in Summer. A good hardy variety, which can be started early in a greenhouse for earlier flowering.
A no-nonsense extendable metal rake - ideal for Lawns, and the tines can be adjusted to rake up finer material, or coarser stuff such as Dried Leaves.
Rapture' is a beautiful and vigorous 'cyclameneus' type of Narcissus that combines the windswept beauty of the wild species with the vigour and garden-hardiness of a modern-bred Narcissus. The flowers have the characteristic reflexed petals and narrow profile you would expect of the true species, but is slightly larger and taller-flowering. Still a miniature Narcissus by any reckoning, but with a degree of refinement and authenticity that other 'cyclameneus' varieties (such as 'February Gold') lack...
A collection of some of the finest Scilla, Puschkinia and Chionodoxa species and varieties, providing a long lasting splash of colour very early in the season. These are a closely-related group of plants, and the spontaneous interbreeding between them is not unheard of, so there is the possibility of new forms arising from self-seeding when grown closely together. Great Species for Rockeries, Troughs and even borders or lawns.
Hardy Cyclamen-Spring Flowering! This is a superb plant for growing as an underplanting for deciduous Shrubs, alongside Chionodoxa and Snowdrops. Foliage usually has a silvery marking, and the flowers are various shades of neon-pink, and occasionally white. Very hardy, but requiring good drainage. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
A rarely-offered hybrid between Buddleia globosa and commonly-seen Buddleia davidii. The flowers are held in slightly globular clusters and are a bold, rich yellow colour, often with purple tinges. These shrubs are slightly hardier than the South American B.globosa parent, and retain the bright colouring. A sheltered position is recommended if you live in a hard-frost area, but deep planting is usually enough to ensure the plants can grow back from the base if affected by exceptional frost. Prune...
Unusual Pink Flowers on long stems. Grow these in pots for a superb accent to Patios and Doorsteps, or planted out in a group for growing in Rockeries or sunny borders. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
Lycoris are a rarely-seen genus of fantastic Asian bulbs, in the Amaryllis family, known by a variety of common names including 'Magic Lily' and 'Spider Lily'. Some varieties are fully hardy - these are not, and will probably require lifting or growing in pots. Lycoris radiata was one of the first flower bulbs introduced to the USA and can be seen in flower in great numbers in Autumn in the Southern States. The bright red flowers appear in great numbers in Autumn from leafless bulbs, as if by magic...
The true 'Marshmallow' from which the confectionary gets it's name. This medicinal species has been traditionally used in times past as a treatment of sore throat and many other aiments, the main part of the plant used for this is the Mucilaginous root. Sweets made from Marshmallow were first made in Ancient Egypt. A tough plant, these make stunning garden specimens, reaching heights of 2m, with similar spread when well established in fertile moist soil. These prefer a moist position, but do fine...
A selection of Salvia x superba, which has rich pink flowers all Summer. Height to about 25cm or perhaps more - an easy perennial adapatable to a variety of conditions.
A really choice Nanus cultivar of Gladiolus, with an attractive colour combination of pure white with a primrose blush toward the centre, and streaks of warm pink leading into the throat. The stems on this relatively Dwarf variety reach a modest 60cm or so, making these a good choice for rockeries and more exposed spots where taller flowers would need staking. These are very hardy, but require well-drained soil and shelter for the best results - deep planting of the bulbs also is helpful in this...
We don't usually sell the 'Butterfly'-type Narcissus, but we made an exception for this recent introduction. This has the extreme frilly split-cup form that you would expect from the best Butterfly Narcissus, but with a deep shade of Apricot-pink on the 'cup' which makes it a real head-turner. They lack the strong fragrance of older varieties, but make up for it with the sheer beauty of the flower form. Add these to your vase of mixed Narcissi, and you will not be disappointed. Height in flower to...
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A collection of the 3 Snowdrop varieties we offer. Gives an extended flowering period, and extra value for money too!
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The 'Shooting Star' or 'American Cowslip' is an extraordinary plant which thrives in cool growing conditions. If you have a shady, damp part of the garden these will love it! We can only offer these for a short period in Spring and early Summer, as they tend to go dormant when the weather gets warm! Amazing bright pink flowers resemble Cyclamen, with their reflexed petals. Mature plants can put up masses of tall flower spikes to 40cm or more.
A marvellous plant in the 'Barlow' series of Aquilegia, with white, almost green flowers marked with deep red. Long-lived plants which require little care, and get better each year! Height to 60cm when established.
A selected Babiana with violet-blue flowers. These plants are relatively hardy, taking down to about -5C given dry enough winter conditions. Summer flowering. This is a Pre-order item, sent fresh Mar-AprAll orders subject to our usual Terms and Conditions
A truly stunning Gazania with cream-white petals each with a strawberry-pink line down the middle. Gazania are tough plants, which can take heat and even some drought, and thrive in full sun. This particular selection is not very frost hardy, but will take a light frost. Flowers are produced in succession over a long period from early Summer through till autumn. Attractive glossy green foliage too -nice!Life Cycle: Perennial/AnnualEventual Height: 15cmEventual Spread: 15cmFlowering Period: SummerHardiness...
The 'Auricula' Primrose, grown by enthusiasts for hundreds of years, and now becoming popular as an undemanding container plant. These enjoy well-drained soil, and dislike winter wet, but don't mind the cold! Perfect as an addition to Greenhouse or Container plantings for the Conservatory, or Porch. Flowers are in a variety of colours, ranging through combinations of Purple, Green, White and Yellow.
These were previously, and probably currently, better known as 'Datura' but are now called 'Brugmansia' which are generally differentiated by the downward hanging flowers, whereas Datura tend to be upward-facing. These are popular plants in subtropical zones, where they are grown as large tree-like specimens. This species is a native of Brazil, and will happily spend the Summer months basking on a UK patio enjoying full sun for part of the day, and part shade also, but really needs to be overwintered...
Available only briefly as bulbs, these can only be offered as a pre-order bulb item to ensure freshness. These grow well in fertile, humus-rich soil, with part shade. Very hardy, but benefits from the shelter of other plants. These can spread rather well, producing stolons which can emerge some distance away - in an ugly plant this would be a disadvantage, but for this beauty it is a welcome bonus! The elegant two-tone flowers are a perfect mix of lime green and maroon. This is a Pre-order item...
(Narcissus pseudonarcissus lobularis)The true wild Daffodil. Perfect for naturalising. Dwarf Narcissi have the perfect combination of compact habit and bright colourful flowers, which last well. Grow these in containers or in a rockery for maximum effect. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
Beautiful 'Waterlily type' which has a neat, rounded double flower form. The petals are a majestic Chocolate-brown/maroon and make a good cut flower. This is a Pre-order item, sent fresh Mar-AprAll orders subject to our usual Terms and Conditions
Unusual dwarf "Daff", with pink cup set against white flowers. Dwarf Narcissi have the perfect combination of compact habit and bright colourful flowers, which last well. Grow these in containers or in a rockery for maximum effect. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
Really spectacular, with huge globes - great seedheads too! This prized Allium species makes a stunning display of pink flowers in Huge football-sized flowerheads which resemble an exploding firework. The Seedheads remain well into Autumn, and can be used in dried flower arrangements. Height to 60cm or so, these need a good cold winter and a coolish Spring to flower well - hot weather can cause early senescence or dormancy. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject...
A foldable/extendable trellis, which measures 6ft by 3ft when fully extended. This fantastic trellis can be mounted easily to walls, fences etc., to provide support for Climbing plants. Can also be painted with woodstain/wood preserver for longer life. Lightweight and easy to use. Fence Panel and lawn not included.
A rare Gladiolus species which blooms in the Autumn before the winter foliage emerges. The flowers are a rich carmine-pink with white markings. These are borderline hardy, given good drainage and a sunny spot, though you may prefer to grow them in an unheated greenhouse during the winter months. A short-stemmed species which rarely gets over 20cm tall. These can take down to -12C given the right conditions. Rare.
A rare species hailing from dry, almost desert regions. These beatiful Alliums have flowers with an extremely rare shade of blue. Only a handful of Allium species possess this beautiful colour, and Allium caesium has perhaps the showiest flowers of all of them. These really enjoy rockery-type conditions, with sharply drained gravelly soil and moderate fertility - they also do perfectly well in mixed containers provided they are not subjected to zealous overwatering. Height to 50 or 60cm in flower...
A handy 3-pronged Weeder/Cultivator tool, which enables easy removal of small seedling weeds, with less bending and back-ache! Makes easy work of hoeing too, and eaily takes care of young Sowthistle, Dock and Dandelions. Perfect for difficult to reach locations, and shrinking down to an easily portable size. Just Twist to Lock/Unlock.
A nice tall 'Squill' which blooms later than most, usually around May, sometimes a little earlier. Valuable to continue interest and colour in late Spring before the Summer perennials kick in! Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
Striking variety, with clusters of beautiful creamy flowers.Tulips are prolific bloomers and so easy to grow. Many people treat these like Bedding plants, with the exception that these will flower year after year provided they have been planted properly. The trick is to plant deeply, and to ensure the soil is well-drained. Scottish gardeners know that it is a good idea to add a layer of grit under the bulb to help them cope with the wet Scottish winter - but this is just as useful anywhere else too...
One of the few members of this genus available to general cultivation. These are in the Amaryllis family, and resemble an exotic white daffodil - with a sweet fragrance to match! Eucharis amazonica thrives in warm temperatures and makes a surprisingly good houseplant. It can take especially warm temperatures to trigger growth from the dormant bulb, but once growing these remain evergreen and can flower 3 times a year given sproadic feeding and adequate temperatures. These originate in tropical Central...
Anemone make a colourful addition to the Springtime Garden. Easy to grow, often benefitting from a soak before planting the bulbs in Winter to early Spring.
A mix of Pink and White flowering Incarvillea delavayi. Three tubers are planted per pot, forming a nice little clump. The 'Hardy Gloxinia' is a tap-rooted perennial that can be grown as a houseplant, or as a hardy perennial, provided with a sheltered location. The large trumpet-shaped flowers are similar to a Steptocarpus or Gloxinia, and are held over ferny foliage in Summer. These have a short period of availability, after which they become too large to ship safely - so get these while they're...
These Heavy-duty gloves are perfect for tackling all those overgrown weeds, and for handling hedge-clippings. Tough leather grips enable the fearless handling of Nettles, Conifers, Branches and Lawn-Clippings.
A special selection of the Wild Cowslip, with flowers of varying shades of red and orange, instead of the usual yellow. Very unusual - and early flowering too - usually flowering at the same time as many Spring bulbs like Daffodils and Tulips. Height to 15cm.
A rare 'Red Hot Poker' species which becomes Yucca-like with age, forming a short little trunk, with exotic sword-shaped foliage. The flower spikes are quite impressive with orange-red tips. Height to 2m in flower.
Bergamot - has aromatic foliage and long-lasting displays of colourful flowers. An invaluable border plant, flowering towards the end of the Summer giving a late splash of colour. Height to 36ins or more. 'Aquarius' has intense purple-pink flowers.
Golden Hops. A selected golden-leaved form of this versatile climber. These quick-growing plants can cover a large area, making them ideal as screening in Summer months. These are fast growers and can produce 10m of growth in a good year. These need support to climb up - we suggest a trellis, although they also look pretty good scrambling through Shrubs or a hedge. The stems die every Winter and the plant springs up again from the roots each year. As the rootstock gets more established the Vine will...
Sweet Love' is regarded as a 'Jonquilla' type Narcissus, but has some resemblance to the poeticus hybrids, with an abbreviated cup and rich sweet fragrance. A vigorous species, these grow well in little clumps, and will soon form bigger clumps as the bulbs increase. Perfect for edging a path, these will delight you in the Springtime with their delicate flowers - the petals are a creamy white, with a white-edged lemon-yellow cup. Taller than some of our other dwarf Narcissi - these attain a lofty...
A much respected dark-foliaged variety, with intense red flowers. Dahlias are a tremendously valuable plants for a mixed border, providing bright colour combinations, and bold shapes. If your garden never sees temperatures below freezing, these can often be planted outdoors permanently, however, for the vast majority - these will need dug up in Autumn, and kept dry all Winter in a Shed or Garage. The traditional approach is to keep the bulbous roots in sand - however the whole digging-up process...
A neat little 'Shamrock' with relatively large pink flowers which unfurl like little umbrellas, and silvery-green parasol-like leaves. These are best grown as alpines, with sharp drainage and a sunny position. These can do quite well in poor soils, but will thrive with timely feeding and plenty of water. Keep moist in the summer otherwise they can quickly go dormant - particularly in hot weather.Life Cycle: PerennialEventual Height: 5cmEventual Spread: 5cmFlowering Period: SummerHardiness(deg C)...
A gorgeous blue 'monkshood', and perhaps the best known species for general garden use. Forms tall clumps of attractive divided foliage, and tall spires of blue flowers late in the summer.
A delightful perennial with an abundance of flowers bourne in late Spring, or early Summer onwards. Most plants have delightful fragrant flowers in various shades of pink, although the odd white or red flower may pop up and the level of fragrance can vary a little. These are the classic border pink, broadly used in bedding schemes in borders but more suited to rockeries or containers where they benefit from the extra drainage. Plants form dense cushions of silvery narrow leaves, which tend to stay...
Tiny white flowers in early Spring - a gem! A real miniature, the 'Star of Bethlehem' flower is a native to the middle east, but perfectly hardy grown in a well-drained spot or planted in containers. Flowering in early to mid-spring. Height to 10cm. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
A delightful cream-white selection with only a hint of pink. A relative of the 'Scarborough Lily', this Cyrtanthus species is gaining popularity as a pot-plant as they are free-flowering and easy to grow. Height to 30cm, and pretty evergreen most of the year, although in Winter they like it a bit cooler and drier. These can flower in several flushes depending on the feeding an watering regime. This is a Pre-order item, sent fresh Mar-AprAll orders subject to our usual Terms and Conditions
A mix of beautiful Iris, a superb plant for an Early Summer display. Easy to grow, preferring a moist position and good light. A range of colours - mostly shades of blue and white.
This handy little mitten will gently remove loose Pet hairs from your beloved Pet, just with a simple stroking motion. Helps to prevent unwanted excessive shedding of fur about the house when used regularly, and is relaxing to use too!
The True, hard-to-find species, with large full flowers, the tall, one-sided racemes, overlapping petals and rich violet-pink flowers in late Spring. We have managed to track down a reliable source of this hard-to-find garden gem. Not to be confused with the more prolifically-spreading form of Gladiolus italicus, so often sold under the name of 'Gladiolus byzantinus', (although the latter is still an excellent plant!). These are tall and magnificent once established - well drained position and deep...
The 'Honey Flower' a Cottage Garden Favorite. These have striking flowers which put on a long display. Grows to some 80cm in height, flowering in late Spring. Plant in a mixed border, or grow as a tall container plant. Truly spectacular. Delivery from late September to November onwardsAll pre-orders are subject to our Terms and Conditions
A mixture of hybrid Aquilegia, of the McKanna type, with a wide variety of colours and delightful, large, long-spurred flowers. Height to 18ins or so, flowering in early-mid summer.
A well-known selection, although not always esay to find. Produces stout bushy clumps with light lemon-yellow flowers, attaining a height of 1.8m or so.
A mix of different colours and forms from this ever-versatile garden plant. Long flowering and sturdy garden plants, these have long tap-roots which seek out moisture even in drought conditions, and the ferny foliage acts as good ground-cover to suppress weeds and reduce evaporation. Height in flower about 90cm+.
An excellent flower for naturalising, or for growing in containers. The tall stems produce blue or occasionally white flowers over the first half of the Summer, usually from May onwards. Height in flower 60cm.
This is a pure White selection of the purple mullein, Verbascum phoeniceum. Flowering in early Summer, these make a great addition to any garden. Very Hardy, and easy to grow, although well-drained soil is preferred. Height to 45cm or more.
Golden Queen' is a sturdy perennial, with a vigorous clumping habit and flowers like buttercups - but on Steroids! Growing to a height of about 28ins, these plants pack some serious punch in the early part of the Summer flowering season, and flower in succession for several weeks. Perfect as a border-filler, 'Golden Queen' is trouble-free, versatile, and very decorative.
Jacobean Lily'. This is an elegant and rarely-seen bulb from Mexico, with exotic red flowers. Closely related to Hippeastrum (Amaryllis), these produce flowers from a much smaller bulb than their heavily commericalised cousins. This species is also one of the parents of the even more rarely offered x Hippeastrelia, an intergeneric hybrid with a species of Hippeastrum. These are 'quite' cold tolerant, but must be kept very dry during winter dormancy. These naturally flower in spring, when their dormant...
A fantastic plant for moist soil (these don't like to dry out!), with intense bright red flowers in feathery plumes, held above ferny foliage. Exquisite and perfect for damp situations where little else thrives, and quite tolerant of most garden positions given consistent moisture - even a simple mulch can be enough! Height to 24ins or so.
Larger Metal Clips for securing glass in greenhouses. Can be used to replace 'W' Clips, depending on greenhouse frame. Handy pack of 10 Clips.
This is a compact-growing 'Red Hot Poker', with large flower spikes of cream and red-orange. Very Hardy, and growing to 60cm or so, flowering when young and getting stronger and bigger every year.
100g Tub of quality Dried mealworm. Not for Human Consumption.Contains approximately 2500 worms, ideal for use all year round. Packed in an air tight plastic container with full colour labels.
A superb variety with very pale, almost white flowers, and foliage which gains a golden colouring in good light. Grown alongside ornamental grasses, and darker foliage plants, these can realy stand out. Hosta are a favorite garden plant throughout the temperate world with a surprising range of flower sizes, growing habit and foliage types. The old name for them is 'Funkia', which is still used in some places - and why not? Almost all varieties are suceptible to Slug and Snail damage, so protect from...
A fantastic plant for moist soil (these don't like to dry out!), with intense bright red flowers in feathery plumes, held above ferny foliage. Exquisite and perfect for damp situations where little else thrives, and quite tolerant of most garden positions given consistent moisture - even a simple mulch can be enough! Height to 24ins or so.
Lycoris are a rarely-seen genus of fantastic Asian bulbs, in the Amaryllis family, known by a variety of common names including 'Magic Lily' and 'Spider Lily'. Some varieties are fully hardy - these are not, and will probably require lifting or growing in pots. These can take a while to get going after planting as they have a tendency to 'sulk' after being dug up. Lycoris aurea is a bold, golden flowered plant, similar in general appearance to Nerine bowdenii, but with yellow flowers. In a sheltered...
A high-altitude species which is particularly hardy given sufficiently good drainage. The flowers have nice wide petals of pure white, set against the dark purple of the seedpod in the center. A choice variety which is actually quite easy to grow. This is a Pre-order item, sent fresh Mar-AprAll orders subject to our usual Terms and Conditions
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