AGM – RHS Award of Gardening Merit.
PBR – Plant Breeders Rights.
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We have a good selection of Bergenia and Brunnera for sale in the plant nursery. These are very useful plants for the shade and are highlighted below in green, many can be seen in the garden. For 2017 we have another new variety of BAPTISIA; ‘Pink truffles’ and also BEGONIA ‘Mishmi silver.’
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|Evergreen shrub, woolly round grey leaves, green bracts. Dries well, sun.|
|Blue green foliage. Indigo blue, lupin-like flowers in June.|
|BAPTISIA ‘Carolina Moonlight’||3′||£6.00|
|Butter yellow spires above excellent blue-green foliage. Early summer.|
|BAPTISIA ‘Dutch Chocolate’||2’6″||£6.00|
|Chocolate-purple spires above blue-green foliage. Early summer.|
|BAPTISIA ‘Pink Truffles’ NEW||2’6″||£6.20|
|Mauvy-pink flowers, excellent dusty green foliage.
One of Hans Hansen’s new introduction.
|BEGONIA ‘Mishmi Silver’ NEW||1′||£6.00|
|Olive green leaves, heavily silvered, pale pink flowers.
New from N. India. May be hardy.
|This form has leaves which turn red as soon as the weather becomes cold.
Deep rosy-pink flowers in spring.
|BERGENIA ‘Baby Doll’||1′||£5.50|
|Pale pink flowers, rounded leaves.|
|Pink buds develop into white flowers in spring which stay white.
Red flushed evergreen winter foliage.
|BERGENIA cordifolia ‘Eroica’||AGM||1′||£5.60|
|Large pale green leaves turn coppery red in autumn and through the winter.
Deep pink flowers are held in large clusters well above the foliage in spring.
|Dark green leaves and showy reddish-pink flowers in spring
and odd flowers throughout the summer.
|BERGENIA pacumbis formerly B. ciliata ligulata||1′||£5.80|
|This form has smooth green leaves with a hairy edge. Deciduous.
Grown from Chadwell wild collected seed.
|Excellent upright plant flowering from late summer to the frosts.
White daisy flowers top the stems covered with ferny foliage.
|Bright blue flowers, fading to pink with age. Sprawling.|
|BRUNNERA macrophylla ‘Alexander’s Great’||2′||£6.00|
|Huge silver veined leaves. Blue forget-met–not flowers in spring.|
|BRUNNERA macrophylla ‘Betty Bowring’||18”||£5.80|
|Pure white flowered form. Plain green leaves.|
|BRUNNERA macrophylla ‘Jack Frost’||AGM||18”||£5.80|
|Leaves suffused with silver and edged with dark green.
The usual blue flowers in spring. Eye catching. PBR
|BRUNNERA macrophylla ‘Jack’s Gold’||1′||£5.80|
|A sport of “Jack Frost”. The young foliage has a golden frosting
which fades to silver. The stem leaves are also golden.
Excellent with blue flowers.
|BRUNNERA macrophylla ‘Kings Ransom’||1′||£5.80|
|Wide creamy edge to the leaves which are also slightly silver.
Smaller growing than other Brunneras. PBR
|BRUNNERA macrophylla ‘Looking Glass’||AGM||1′||£5.80|
|Completely silver leaves, blue flowers in spring.
Excellent shade plant. PBR
|BRUNNERA macrophylla ‘Mr Morse’||18”||£5.80|
|Another good new variety, large silvery leaves like ‘Jack Frost’
but with white flowers in spring. PBR
|BRUNNERA macrophylla ‘Silver Wings’||16”||£5.80|
|Large leaves marked with silver. Again, a very useful vigorous shade plant.
Blue flowers in spring.