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We are delighted to add ERYNGIUM x zabelii ‘Big Blue’ to our good selection of Eryngium varieties for 2017. We have also added to our collection of Euphorbias with the new EUPHORBIA amygdaloides ‘Purpurea’ and we are also pleased to be selling the daisy-like ERIGERON ‘Dunkelste Aller’ for the first time.
Once again we will have a good selection of Epimedium varieties that provide valuable foliage in shade.
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|ECHINACEA purpurea ‘paradoxa’||2’6″||£5.60|
|Yellow drooping petals surround the central dark core.
Late summer – needs sun.
|ECHINACEA purpurea ‘Green Jewel’||3’||£5.60|
|Broad green petals becoming suffused with red as they mature. Autumn. PBR|
|ECHINACEA purpurea ‘Razzmatazz’ NEW|
|Fragrant purple pink flowers round a fully double pom pom centre. PBR|
|ECHINACEA purpurea ‘Rubinstern’||3’||£5.60|
|Large, ruby-red flowers in late summer, held on sturdy stems. PBR|
|ECHINACEA purpurea ‘Sundown’||3’||£5.60|
|Fragrant orange flowers. Masses of smaller flowers. PBR|
|ECHINACEA purpurea ‘White Swan’||3’||£5.60|
|Large broad‐petalled daisy flowers, white with a large dark central cone,
all summer and into the autumn. PBR
|Elegant cream and pale apricot flowers, with greenish centre.
Flowers in late summer. PBR
|ECHINACEA ‘Tomato Soup’||3’||£5.60|
|One of the first with really red flowers.
Large flower heads with black centres. PBR
|EPILOBIUM angustifolium var. album|
|Now known as Chamerion angustifolia alba.|
|EPIMEDIUM ‘Amber Queen’||1′||£5.20|
|Golden yellow flowers which turn orange. Spring. PBR|
|EPIMEDIUM grandiflorum ‘Lilafee’||9″||£5.20|
|An Ernst Pagels introduction with excellent dark foliage in the spring
and dark purple flowers. Deciduous.
|EPIMEDIUM grandiflorum ‘Rose Queen’||AGM||1′||£5.20|
|Deep pink flowers in the spring. Deciduous.|
|EPIMEDIUM x perralchicum ‘Frohnleiten’||1′||£5.20|
|Spiney evergreen leaves and large, showy, yellow flowers in spring.
Will tolerate dry conditions.
|EPIMEDIUM ‘Pink Elf’||1′||£5.20|
|Delightful pale‐pink flowers with a darker pinky‐bronze cup.
Flowering in early spring. Evergreen foliage. Good in shade. PBR
|EPIMEDIUM x rubrum||AGM||9″||£5.20|
|Good foliage staying on the plant until the following spring,
having coloured to red in the autumn. Rose‐pink flowers in the spring.
|EPIMEDIUM x versicolor ‘Sulphureum’||AGM||1′||£5.20|
|Evergreen foliage marked with bronze in the autumn.
Bronzy new foliage in the spring is excellent with the pale yellow flowers.
|EPIMEDIUM x warleyense ‘Orangekonigin’||15″||£5.20|
|Another Ernst Pagels introduction.
Evergreen with pale orange flowers in spring.
|EPIMEDIUM x youngianum ‘Merlin’||1′||£5.20|
|Dusky violet and white flowers in spring. Deciduous.|
|EPIMEDIUM x youngianum ‘Niveum’||AGM||1′||£5.20|
|Small white flowers on this easy variety.|
|EPIMEDIUM x youngianum ‘Roseum’||9″||£5.20|
|A cross between E. diphyllum and E. grandiflorum. Pink flowers in spring.
Prefers some shade and not too dry.
|Decorative evergreen shoots with dark black rings up the stems.
Runs, so excellent in a pot.
|ERIGERON ‘Dunkelste Aller’ NEW||2′||£5.60|
|Large purple daisy flowers in summer.|
|ERYNGIUM x zabelii ‘Big Blue’ NEW||2′||£5.90|
|Large thistle heads opening pale blue and darkening with age.|
|ERYNGIUM x zabelii ‘Jos Eijking’||2’||£5.80|
|Lavender-blue flower heads on a statuesque plant.
Good in dry conditions. Late summer. PBR
|ERYNGIUM x zabelii ‘Neptune’s Gold’||2’||£6.50|
|The plant of 2014. Bright golden foliage, in the spring fades to soft yellow
when the blue thistles appear. PBR
|EUPATORIUM fistulosum f. albidum ‘Massive White’||AGM||6’||£5.90|
|Vigorous form with strong stems and large heads of white flowers.
Good for butterflies.
|EUPATORIUM maculatum ‘Atropurpureum’||6′||£5.90|
|Purplish stems and deep purplish-rose coloured flowers on this striking plant.
Flowers in early autumn and needs space and rich soil.
|EUPATORIUM rugosum ‘Chocolate’|
|Renamed AGERATINA altissima ‘Chocolate’|
|EUPHORBIA amygdaloides ‘Purpurea’ NEW||AGM||16″||£5.80|
|Burgundy purple foliage. Greenish yellow flowers in spring. Evergreen.|
|Vivid yellow-green flowers. White mid-rib to the dark green leaves.
|EUPHORBIA characias ‘Emmer Green’||2’6″||£6.80|
|Grey-green foliage-edged with creamy white.
Very bushy and becomes edged with pink when cold.
|EUPHORBIA characias ‘Silver Edge’ NEW||2′|
|Compact form with grey leaves edged with white.
Needs good drainage and sun.
|A clump former with bright yellow flowers in spring.|
|EUPHORBIA palustris ‘Waldenburg’s Glorie’||3’||£6.20|
|Large flower heads of yellow in late spring. Foliage turns yellow in autumn.|
|Like a small E. x martinii the foliage turns red in late winter
before the yellowish-green flowers open. Sun. PBR
|Clump forming with dark green leaves and paler veins.
Lime green flowers in late summer.
|EUPHORBIA x martinii ‘Ascot Rainbow’||1′||£7.00|
|Excellent variegated hardy form. Pale yellow edges to leaves,
cream and green flowers. The foliage turns reddish in colder months. PBR
|This has survived in our garden on a west wall. Lovely bright green leaves
with a paler rib. Flowers in early summer are honey-scented.
|Prostrate stems, grey leaves, lime‐green flowers.|
|EUPHORBIA wallichii ambig. NEW||18″|
|Upright clump of dark green foliage with white midribs.
Bright yellow flowers in early summer.
|EUPHORBIA ‘Whistleberry Garnet’||3’||£5.60|
|A cross between E. robbiae and E. martinii. Excellent dark green foliage,
burgundy bronze shoots in spring. Yellow flower spikes.
|Black stems and dark green leaves topped with tiny white flowers in autumn.
Lovely flopping over plants which flower earlier.
|EURYBIA x herveyi formerly ASTER macrophyllus ‘Twilight’||2’6″||£5.80|
|Heart-shaped leaves, violet flowers in August. Will grow in shade.|