Catalogue – Nectaroscodum to Nonea


Plants in Green – suitable for shaded area.
AGM – RHS Award of Gardening Merit.
PBR – Plant Breeders Rights.

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We have seven varieties of Nepeta, commonly known as catmints,  for sale, including an unusual yellow flowering variety, N. goviana. If you like good seed-heads in your garden, Nectaroscodum siculum (formerly classified as an Allium) is worth a look.

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NECTAROSCORDUM Siculum   3′ £5.60
This used to be classified as Allium and has larger heads of drooping
greenish-red flowers in May. Excellent turret-like seed heads.
NEPETA govaniana   2’6″ £5.90
Yellow flowered catmint. Erect growing, in flower for many weeks.
Needs semi-shade and moisture.
NEPETA grandiflora ‘Dawn to Dusk’    2’6″ £5.90
Soft pink flowers with dusky purple calyces make this a delight.
NEPETA longpipes    2’6″ £5.90
(syn. ‘Leeds Castle’ )Large spires of lavender flowers combined with
grey foliage make this an attractive mid-summer plant.
NEPETA nervosa ‘Blue Moon’    1′ £5.80
Short stems with large spikes of blue flowers. Spreading.
NEPETA racemosa ‘Walker’s Low’  AGM 2’ £5.80
Very bushy and an improvement on the usual sprawl.
Blue-mauve flowers in the early summer. Gives a second crop if cut down.
NEPETA subsessilis    2’ £5.80
Loose heads of mid-blue flowers on this clump forming variety.
NIPPONANTHEMUM nipponicum    2′ £5.90
Dark green leaves and single white daisy flowers in autumn.
NONEA lutea    1′ £5.50
The nearest relative to Pulmonarias, this has a basal clump of rough leaves
and pale yellow flowers. Biennial, but self seeds every year.



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