AGM – RHS Award of Gardening Merit.
PBR – Plant Breeders Rights.
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We are pleased to be stocking for the first time this year LIRIOPE spicata ‘Silver Dragon’ Syn. ‘Gin-ryn’, a lovely shade loving plant and the lovely autumn flowering LOBELIA ‘Compton Pink’ We also stock the stunning LEUCANTHEMELLA serotina and a good selection of Ligularia, Lychnis and Lythrum.
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|Rosy-red flowers conjuring up names such as Bleeding Hearts.
Good, bright green foliage.
|LAMPROCAPNOS spectabilis ‘Alba’||AGM||2’||£5.80|
|Wonderful white form.|
|LAMPROCAPNOS spectabilis ‘Goldheart’||2’||£6.00|
|Excellent yellow foliage in the spring. The usual pink flowers in early summer.
The foliage does fade as summer proceeds. PBR
|A delightful plant flowering in May with either pink or mauve pea flowers.|
|Bronze tinted, deeply cut leaves make a flat evergreen carpet.|
|A wonderful plant in October, covered with large white green-eyed daisies
on stiff branching stems. Large pots.
|Good clumps of evergreen foliage. Sprays of white flowers in early summer.
Needs sun and good drainage.
|LIGULARIA ‘Brit‐Marie Crawford’||AGM||4’||£5.80|
|Similar to L. ‘Desdemona’, with the same orange flowers in late summer
but darker brown leaves. An improvement. PBR
|LIGULARIA ‘Osiris Fantaisie’||18″||£5.80|
|Deeply serrated deep green leaves, dark maroon underneath.
Golden yellow flowers. Compact.
|LIGULARIA ‘The Rocket’||AGM||5′||£5.80|
|Almost black stems and dark green foliage ending in narrow spires
of yellow flowers. Needs moisture.
|Clump formed of feathery foliage. Large cow parsley white flowers.
|Excellent evergreen grassy leaves, dense spikes of violet flowers in autumn.
Does well in semi-shade.
|LIRIOPE muscari ‘Okina’||1′||£6.00|
|Ghostly white variegated foliage in spring which becomes green as
summer progresses. Purple flowers in autumn. Evergreen. Good in shade.
|LIRIOPE spicata ‘Silver Dragon’ Syn. ‘Gin-ryn’ NEW||9″||£6.00|
|Thick evergreen clumps of silver and white narrow foliage.
Violet-blue flowers in autumn.
|LOBELIA ‘Compton Pink’ NEW||2′||£5.80|
|Lovely pale pink flowers with a deep pink centre. Late summer.|
|This form with deep crimson flowers seems hardy here.|
|LOBELIA x speciosa ‘Hadspen Purple’||2’9″||£6.00|
|Stunning deep-purple flowers on a compact upright plant.
Much admired in the garden and hardy here. PBR
|Pretty grey foliage, soft pinky white clover flowers followed by shiny brown seed pods. Sun and good drainage. Evergreen. Small plants|
|Perennial Honesty. Lilac flowers followed by elliptical papery seed pods.|
|LYCHNIS coronaria Atrosanguinea Group||2’ 6″||£5.00|
|The magenta form, permanent grey foliage,
single magenta flowers from mid-summer to the frosts.
|LYCHNIS coronaria ‘Gardener’s World’||2’||£5.70|
|Dark magenta flowers in late summer.
Grey foliage and sterile so no seeding problems.
|LYCHNIS floscuculi ‘Jenny’||18″||£5.60|
|Double form of the native ragged robin.
Tousled tops of sugar-pink for most of the summer. PBR
|Dense sprays of bright pink flowers on numerous this stems.|
|LYSIMACHIA ciliata ‘Firecracker’||AGM||3’||£5.50|
|Dark brown leaves contrast well with the usual yellow flowers in July.|
|LYTHRUM salicaria ‘Blush’||AGM||2’6″||£5.70|
|A pale pink form of this useful August flowering plant.|
|LYTHRUM salicaria ‘Feuerkerze’||AGM||3′||£5.70|
|Intense rosy-red flowers. Lythrums are useful in flowering in July/Aug,
giving relief from the many yellows at that time.
|LYTHRUM salicaria ‘Swirl’||3’6″||£5.70|
|Clouds of small red-pink flowers in summer.|