AGM – RHS Award of Gardening Merit.
PBR – Plant Breeders Rights.
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We are pleased to stock a good range of Monarda for sale in the plant nursery, including a new dwarf variety M. ‘Pink Lace.’ We also have two new varieties of Mentha (mint): MENTHA sauveolens ‘Variegata’ and MENTHA x gracilis. Both have interesting foliage as well as being excellent for insects and in the kitchen. Another new plant that will be available in 2017 is the sun-loving MARRUBIUM libanoticum.
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|MAIANTHEMUM racemosum formerly Smilacina racemosa||AGM||2’||£5.80|
|Fresh arching branches with fluffy cream flowers Apr-Jun.
Ornamental berries start cream turn blinding red.
|MARRUBIUM libanoticum NEW||1′||£5.60|
|Heart-shaped grey wooly leaves. Small white flowers. Well drained and sun.|
|MATHIASELLA bubleuroides ‘Green Dream’||3’||£6.50|
|Fascinating jade green bracts in early summer which turn pinkish
and last into autumn. Dries well.
|MATTHIOLA fruticulosa subsp.perennis||2’||£5.60|
|Perennial stock. Grey foliage. Needs sun and good drainage.
Evergreen. White scented flowers.
|Beautiful grey-green foliage. Best given winter protection.|
|MENTHA longifolia Buddleia Mint Group||2’||£5.00|
|Furry grey leaves, flowers in dense spikes of mauve, much loved by bees.|
|MENTHA sauveolens ‘Variegata’ NEW||18″||£5.00|
|Variegated form of Apple Mint.|
|MENTHA x gracilis NEW||18″||£5.00|
|Ginger mint. Solid flecked foliage. Runs.|
|MENTHA x villosa var. alopecuroides Bowles’s Mint||18”||£5.00|
|Apple scented round hairy leaves. Runs like all mints.
Best variety for mint sauce.
|Clump of grey-green leaves above which rise stems carrying blue
bell-shaped flowers in spring.
|Like a small Tiarella. Round green leaves with greenish flowers.
Spreads quickly in cool moist soil.
|A tall vigorous form, flowering early with lavender flowers.|
|MONARDA ‘Gardenview Scarlet’||AGM||4’||£5.80|
|A strong growing form from America with large scarlet flowers.|
|MONARDA ‘Pink Lace’ NEW||18″||£5.80|
|Dwarf form with bright pink flowers in summer. PBR|
|Deep reddish-brown flowers.|
|Dark lilac flowers, again this is a mildew resistant form flowering
in July and August.
|White form. All monardas are good bee plants and flower in late summer.|
|Purple stems topped with red-purple flowers and purple bracts.|
|Forms a rosette of prickly leaves above which rise stems carrying
whorls of pink flowers. Needs a well-drained position.
Much admired in our gravel.