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We are delighted to have for sale in 2018 the new CIRSIUM rivulare ‘Frosted Magic,’ which was introduced at Chelsea 2016. Other new varieties for 2018 include CENTAUREA ‘Silver Feather,’ CLEMATIS recta ‘Velvet Night,’ CORYDALIS ‘Craigton Blue,’ the lovely dwarf COSMOS Chocomocha and CRAMBE cordifolia
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|CAMASSIA leichtlinii ‘Alba’||3’||£5.60|
|Slender spires of starry white blooms.
Flowers in early summer and excellent naturalised in grass.
|CAMASSIA leichtlinii ‘Semiplena’||2’||£5.90|
|Creamy white, semi-double flowers. The last to flower here in June.
All the Camassias are excellent naturalised in grass.
|CAMASSIA leichtlinii subsp. suksdorfii Caerula Group||2’||£5.80|
|Tall bright blue spikes in May.|
|Heart-shaped leaves form a clump from which rise stems hung
with cream bells in mid‐Summer.
|CAMPANULA glomerata ‘Caroline’||AGM||2’||£5.80|
|From a rosette of foliage stems support tight clusters of shell‐pink flowers,
marked with mauve. A useful colour form.
|CAMPANULA ‘Iridescent Bells’||2’||£6.00|
|Deep purple buds open to soft lavender flowers from June to the frosts. PBR|
|CAMPANULA ‘Kent Belle’||AGM||2’||£6.00|
|Tubular bells of dark blue in late summer.|
|CAMPANULA lactiflora ‘Loddon Anna’||AGM||4’||£6.00|
|As ‘Prichard’s Variety’ but with flesh-pink flowers.|
|CAMPANULA lactiflora ‘Prichard’s Variety’||AGM||4’||£6.00|
|Heads formed of numerous violet‐blue bells in late summer.
If dead‐headed, will flower into autumn.
|CAMPANULA latifolia var. macrantha||3’6″||£5.90|
|Large mauvy‐purple tubular bells on stout stems.|
|CAMPANULA ochroleuca ‘Mevrouw von Vollenhove’||1′||£6.00|
|Masses of creamy white flowers in a low bushy plant.|
|CAMPANULA ‘Paul Furse’ see Symphandra|
|Tubular bells of white, pink or maroon spotted flowers needs sun
and can be invasive. Grown from seed.
|Long bells of dark purply blue, like C. ‘Kent Belle’
but has more flowers and is more compact.
|CAMPANULA trachelium ‘Bernice’||2’||£5.80|
|Very double blue bells on branching stems.|
|Excellent evergreen, ground cover with pink ‘ladies smock’
type flowers in the spring.
|CENTAUREA dealbata ‘Steenbergii’||2’||£5.70|
|Finely cut leaves with grey undersides. Large dark carmine flowers in summer.Useful and easy plant.|
|CENTAUREA hypoleuca ‘John Coutts’||2’||£5.70|
|Grey-green leaves and deep rose ‘knapweed’ flowers most of the summer.|
|Deep maroon flowers, unusual grey-green foliage.|
|CENTAUREA montana ‘Alba’||2’||£5.70|
|Rosettes of leaves and large white cornflowers in early summer.
Best in some sun.
|CENTAUREA montana ‘Black Sprite’||1′||£5.60|
|Purplish-black spindly flowers above a compact clump of foliage. Best in sun.|
|CENTAUREA montana ‘Parham’||2’||£5.80|
|Large pinky‐mauve flowers, silver foliage.|
|CENTAUREA ‘Silver Feather’||18″||£6.00|
|Lacy silver foliage and large lilac flowers in late summer.
Well drained conditions.
|We have often been asked for this large creamy-yellow scabious.
Flowers in midsummer.
|Bright blue flowers in autumn with foliage that turns red makes this a
pleasing late perennial. Needs sun and well drained conditions.
|CHAMERION angustifolia alba||5′||£5.90|
|(syn. EPILOBIUM angustifolium var. album ). The white form of rosebay
willow-herb. Spires of white flowers on this plant with running roots.
|CHAMERION angustifolia ‘Stahl Rose’||2’6″||£5.90|
|Lovely, large pink flowers with a darker eye on this willow-herb.
Not too spreading and very pretty in late summer to autumn.
|Lilac‐pink flowers in early autumn are very welcome.
The name ‘Turtlehead’ is supposed to describe the flowers.
|CIMICIFUGA have been re-named as ACTAEA|
|CIRSIUM heterophyllum ‘Pink Blush’||2’6”||£6.20|
|White thistle heads tipped with pink. Very pretty.
Green foliage with silver backing.
|CIRSIUM rivulare ‘Atropurpureum’||4’||£5.90|
|A thistle with dark red flowers in June make it a useful plant.
If cut down you get another crop of flowers in autumn.
|CIRSIUM rivulare ‘Frosted Magic’||3’6″||£6.20|
|White thistle flowers for most of the summer.
Needs sun and well-drained conditions. New at Chelsea 2016.
|Masses of small blue-white flowers in early autumn.
Good scrambling through other plants.
|Upright stems topped with clusters of small pink flowers.
Very useful flowering in autumn.
|CONVALLARIA majalis ‘Hardwick Hall’ NEW||1′||£6.00|
|Green leaves edged in creamy yellow, with scented flowers.|
|CONVALLARIA majalis ‘prolificans’||9″||£5.60|
|Double, white, lily-of‐the-valley, fragrant and good in shade.
Flowers in early summer.
|CONVALLARIA majalis var. rosea||9″||£5.60|
|A lily-of‐the‐valley with small, fragrant, pinkish flowers.|
|Silver leaved shrub with pale pink flowers.
Not very hardy but worth taking cuttings, as the foliage is excellent.
|CORONILLA valentina ‘Cotswold Cream’ NEW||20″||£5.80|
|Cream variegated greyish leaves. Pale yellow scented flowers in early spring.
Well drained sunny position.
|CORYDALIS ‘Craigton Blue’||1’6″||£5.80|
|Vigorous hybrid with intense sky-blue flowers in early summer.|
|COSMOS atrosanguineus ‘chocamocha’ NEW||1′||£5.90|
|Very dark red chocolate scented flower in its dwarf form.
Needs winter protection. PBR
|Huge dark green leaves, thick stem supports a cloud of tiny white flowers in summer.|
|CRAMBE maritima NEW||AGM||2′||£6.00|
|Wonderful large grey leaves, head of tiny white flowers in early summer.|
|CROCOSMIA x crocosmiiflora ‘Zeal Tan’||2’||£5.80|
|Bright orange flowers with a yellow eye.|
|CROCOSMIA ‘Fire King’||2’||£5.80|
|Dark green leaves. Deep crimson‐scarlet flowers in late summer.
Vigorous in well drained conditions.
|Large dark red flowers on dark stems late summer.|
|Large coppery-peach flowers in late summer.
Sterile, so flowers for a long period. Needs sun. PBR
|CROCOSMIA ‘Orange Pekhoe’||2′||£5.90|
|Interesting flowers with orange and yellow alternate petals.
Backs of the flowers are red. PBR
|CROCOSMIA ‘Paul’s Best Yellow’||AGM||3’||£5.90|
|Huge golden‐yellow flowers reminiscent of ‘Lucifer’ and just as vigorous.|
|Dark foliage and large tomato-red flowers in late summer.|