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Stillingfleet Lodge Nursery is nationally acclaimed for the selection of pulmonaria we have for sale. In 2017 we will have 25 varieties in our catalogue, including the new variety PULMONARIA ‘Moonshine’.
We also have available an excellent selection of Phlox, Primula, Potentilla and Persicaria. We are delighted to be adding three new varities of Potentilla; Potentilla anserine ‘Golden Treasure’, POTENTILLA Grandiflora and POTENTILLA megalantha to our listings. We have also extended our range of Paeonia with the low-growing PAEONIA tenuifolia, our Persicaria (PERSICARIA affinis ‘Darjeeling Red’) and Phlox (PHLOX paniculata ‘Nicky’).
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|Large glossy round leaves and white cress-like flowers in spring.
Evergreen. Best in shade and fertile soil.
|PAEONIA lactiflora ‘Bouchela’||3’||£7.00|
|Large deep rose-pink very double flowers.|
|PAEONIA lactiflora ‘Bowl of Beauty’||AGM||2’||£7.00|
|Fragrant soft pink single flowers.|
|PAEONIA lactiflora ‘Flame’||2’||£7.00|
|Firey red single flowers.|
|PAEONIA lactiflora ‘Primevere’||3’||£7.00|
|Large yellow centre with cream outer petals.|
|PAEONIA lactiflora ‘White Wings’||3’||£7.00|
|Single, with ruffled white flowers. Evergreen.|
|PAEONIA tenuifolia NEW||1′||£7.00|
|Finely cut foliage and single bright red flowers on this small species.|
|PAPAVER orientale ‘Manhatten’||2’6″||£5.60|
|Lavender-rose flowers, part of the New York series which have
much longer lasting foliage.
|PAPAVER orientale ‘Patty’s Plum’||2’6”||£5.60|
|Only a few of this desirable dirty plum coloured poppy.|
|PENSTEMON digitalis ‘Huskers’ Red’||2’6″||£5.70|
|From a basal rosette of maroon leaves rises a stalk from which hang
small pinkish-grey flowers. Needs well drained conditions.
|PEROVSKIA ‘Blue Spire’||AGM||3’6”||£5.80|
|Finely cut grey foliage, wonderful spikes of lavender-blue flowers
in early autumn. The foliage is aromatic.
|PERSICARIA affinis ‘Darjeeling Red’ NEW||AGM||1′||£5.50|
|Thick carpet of evergreen foliage, spikes of soft pink flowers age to deep red.
Excellent ground cover.
|PERSICARIA amplexicaulis ‘Rosea’||3’||£5.60|
|A large vigorous clump of leaves is topped by narrow spikes of pale
pink flowers from mid-summer to the frosts.
|PERSICARIA amplexicaulis ‘Taurus’||3’||£5.60|
|A great improvement on ‘Firetail’, much larger flower heads of the
same strong red but flowers throughout the summer and into autumn.
|PERSICARIA bistorta ‘Superba’||AGM||2’6||£5.60|
|Large leaves and pink pokers in early summer. Needs moist conditions.|
|Attractive ribbed leaves. Clusters of tiny pink bells from
late summer onwards. Spreading and moisture loving.
|PERSICARIA microcephala ‘Red Dragon’||2’||£5.90|
|Purplish-red foliage with a central splash of plum. Small white flowers.
An excellent plant throughout summer. Needs sun. PBR
|PERSICARIA microcephala ‘Silver Dragon’||2′||£5.90|
|Pointed leaves are silver with a bronze centre and edges.
Non-running with small insignificant white flowers. Good foliage plant.
|PERSICARIA ‘Purple Fantasy’||2’||£5.90|
|Heart-shaped green leaves marked with a maroon arrow in the centre.
Small white flowers. Good foliage plant.
|PERSICARIA virginiana ‘Painter’s Palette’||2’||£5.90|
|Broad leaves with ivory-yellow stripes, pink splashes and a brown V.
Best with shelter from the wind and fertile soil.
|Large round green leaves with grey undersides.
Small white daisy flowers in early spring. Very vigorous.
|PETASITES var. giganteus ‘Nishiki-buki’||2’6″||£5.80|
|Large round excellently variegated yellow leaves.
Flowers not great but a wonderful running foliage plant.
|PHLOMIS tuberosa ‘Amazone’||AGM||4’||£5.70|
|Spires of pinky-lilac, reminiscent of a sage. Summer.|
|PHLOX x arendsii ‘Luc’s Lilac’||AGM||3’||£5.50|
|Large heads of tiny lilac flowers, strong, upright and very fragrant.|
|PHLOX carolina ‘Bill Baker’||AGM||1′||£5.50|
|Large heads of pink flowers in early summer.
The glossy foliage tends to be evergreen.
|PHLOX carolina ‘Miss Lingard’||AGM||2’6″||£5.50|
|Another mildew-free form, this has white flowers with a pinkish yellow
eye in July.
|Cream flowers, edged with green, held in tight clusters. Very pretty.|
|PHLOX paniculata ‘Balmoral’||3’||£5.50|
|PHLOX paniculata ‘Blue Paradise’||3’||£5.50|
|Fragrant flowers of violet-blue with a purple eye. Flowers in August.|
|PHLOX paniculata ‘Franz Schubert’||AGM||3′||£5.50|
|Lilac blue flowers, an easy colour in the border.|
|PHLOX paniculata ‘Monica Lynden-Bell’||AGM||2’6″||£5.50|
|Pale pink flowers but the main attraction is the wonderful scent.|
|PHLOX paniculata ‘Mount Fuji’||2’6″||£5.50|
|A very good white phlox with large heads.|
|PHLOX paniculata ‘Nicky’ NEW||3′||£5.50|
|Bright magenta scented flowers in July and August.|
|PHLOX paniculata ‘Norah Leigh’||AGM||3’||£5.80|
|Wonderful white variegation on this form. The flowers are mauve.
Needs good soil.
|PHLOX paniculata ‘Otley Choice’||2’6”||£5.50|
|A bright rosy-red flower in late summer.|
|PHLOX paniculata ‘Starfire’||AGM||3’||£5.50|
|Dark red foliage and bright red flowers.|
|PHLOX paniculata ‘Usepekh’||AGM||2’6″||£5.50|
|A vigorous form, purple flowers with a white edge.|
|Bright green, finely divided foliage over which stand round,
pink pincushions, stuck with pink pins.
|PHYSTOSTEGIA virginiana NEW||4′||£5.60|
|The obedient plant with spikes of mauve-pink flowers in late summer.|
|A woodlander, needing moist fertile soil. One large lobed leaf,
the nodding cream flowers followed by a rosy fruit. Vigorous.
|PODOPHYLLUM ‘Spotty Dotty’||16″||£11.00|
|Wonderful pale green leaves heavily spotted with mahogany.
Large garnet flowers. A woodlander. PBR
|POLEMONIUM ‘Bressingham Purple’||2’||£5.60|
|Dark purple foliage topped with blue flowers in mid-summer.|
|POLEMONIUM ‘Lambrook Mauve’||15″||£5.60|
|A mound of pale green, deeply cut leaves and large mauve flowers
in early summer. Does not set seed so is not a nuisance.
|POLEMONIUM reptans ‘Sonia’s Bluebell’||18”||£5.60|
|An excellent early summer flowering variety with large blue flowers.|
|POLEMONIUM reptans ‘Stairway to Heaven’||16″||£5.60|
|The wide cream edge to the leaves turns pink with age making this
an excellent foliage plant. Good blue flowers. Vigorous and hardy. PBR
|POLYGONATUM falcatum ‘Variegatum’||18”||£5.60|
|Reddish stems and a white edge to the leaves on this solomon’s seal
make it an attractive shade plant. Creeping.
|POLYGONATUM x hybridum||AGM||3’||£5.40|
|Solomon’s Seal. Stems carry horizontal leaves beneath which
hang small cream bells in spring. Good in shade.
|POLYGONATUM x hybridum ‘Striatum’||18”||£5.60|
|Dark green leaves with white streaks.
The usual clusters of white flowers in spring. Good in shade.
|POTENTILLA anserine ‘Golden Treasure’ NEW||9″||£5.40|
|Pinnate green leaves splashed with gold. Buttercup yellow flowers. Runs.|
|The usual strawberry-type leaves, very dark red flowers.|
|Very dark red double flowers.|
|POTENTILLA megalantha NEW||6″||£5.50|
|Low mounds of silky grey-green leaves, bright yellow flowers in
early summer. Easy.
|POTENTILLA recta pallida||18”||£5.50|
|Grown from seed so the pale yellow flowers will vary slightly.|
|POTENTILLA ‘Ron McBeath’||18″||£5.50|
|Single carmine pink flowers with dark centres.|
|Pure white flowers with yellow eye. Good tuft of pinnate leaves. June.|
|POTENTILLA ‘William Rollinson’||AGM||18”||£5.50|
|Orange-red flowers with a yellow reverse.|
|PRIMULA auricula ‘Taffeta’||AGM||9”||£5.00|
|Single lavender pink with white eye.|
|Green flowers with a yellow centre and polyanthus-type heads.|
|PRIMULA ‘Garryarde Guinevere’||AGM||6″||£4.90|
|Rich bronze foliage, lavender pink flowers.|
|PRIMULA ‘Kusham Krishna’||6”||£4.90|
|Deep violet flowers with a white eye,
good rosettes of dark green crinkled leaves.
|PRIMULA veris ‘Katy McSparron’||1′||£5.00|
|A cowslip with scented, very double deep yellow flowers in spring.|
|PRIMULA vulgaris ‘Drumcliffe’||1′||£5.00|
|Dark foliage and peachy white flowers. PBR|
|Deep purple flower spikes above a carpet of dark green evergreen leaves.|
|PRUNELLA grandiflora ‘Loveliness’||1′||£5.40|
|Spikes of soft lavender above a carpet of dark green evergreen leaves.
Good bee plant.
|PULMONARIA augustifoia ‘Blaues Meer’||1′||£5.60|
|A relatively vigorous form with unspotted green leaves
and bright blue flowers.
|PULMONARIA ‘Barfield Regalia’||16″||£5.60|
|Very vigorous with long strap-shaped leaves with few light spots.
Flowers are almost purple and early.
|An American introduction with narrow dark leaves, lightly spotted foliage,
loose heads of dark blue. Clump forming.
|PULMONARIA longifolia spp. longifolia||1′||£5.50|
|Very narrow spotted leaves will survive more sun than most.|
|Very large leaves, dark green and softly hairy. The flowers are bluish purple.|
|PULMONARIA ‘Blake’s Silver’||1′||£6.00|
|Silver foliage and large pink flowers. From June Blake in Ireland.|
|PULMONARIA ‘Blauer Hugel’||9”||£5.60|
|Narrow foliage, lightly spotted, good blue flowers.
This is a low growing form that forms a tight clump.
|PULMONARIA ‘Blue Ensign’||AGM||1′||£5.60|
|Probably the best dark blue, upright and vigorous.
The dark green, unspotted leaves die back to overwintering buds.
|PULMONARIA ‘Cotton Cool’||1′||£5.60|
|Quite narrow leaves completely silver and rather upright.
Pink-blue flowers in tight heads. A few only.
|PULMONARIA ‘Diana Clare’||AGM||1′||£5.60|
|Excellent longifolia hybrid with wider leaves almost completely silver.
|PULMONARIA ‘Little Star’||1′||£5.60|
|Dark green lance shaped leaves with few silver spots.
Large bright blue flowers.
|Very silvery leaves on this French pulmonaria.
Pink and violet flowers and best in shade.
|PULMONARIA ‘Mary Mottram’||1′||£5.80|
|This plant was grown by Mary Mottram in her Devon Nursery and named
in her memory. Excellent frosted silver leaves and blue-mauve flowers.
|PULMONARIA ‘Moonshine’ NEW||1′||£5.80|
|Silver leaves edged with spots. Very pale blue flowers. PBR|
|PULMONARIA officinalis Cambridge Blue Group||1′||£5.60|
|Pale blue flowers, spotted leaves die back in winter.|
|Luminous pale blue. Excellent spotted leaves.|
|Evergreen, light green leaves. Coral‐red flowers in February. Strong growing.|
|PULMONARIA rubra ‘David Ward’||1′||£5.70|
|Grey-green leaves edged with cream. The usual coral-red flowers.
I find this difficult. Needs shelter from sun and wind, and feeding well.
|PULMONARIA saccharata ‘Dora Bielefeld’||1′||£5.60|
|Dull pink flowers, well spotted leaves.|
|PULMONARIA saccharata ‘Leopard’||1′||£5.60|
|Good spotted leaves and rosy pink flowers.|
|PULMONARIA ‘St Anne’s’||1′||£5.60|
|Flowers early. Plain hairy leaves and purple flowers.|
|PULMONARIA ‘Samourai’ NEW||1′||£5.80|
|A new form with large, narrow, completely silver foliage
and purple-blue flowers.
|PULMONARIA ‘Sissinghurst White’||AGM||1′||£5.70|
|Evergreen spotted leaves. White flowers held well above the leaves.
It has now been decided that this is a hybrid not officinalis.
|PULMONARIA ‘Stillingfleet Meg’||1′||£5.80|
|Named for my eldest daughter, I am delighted to be able to offer this
much admired form. Dark green sparsely spotted leaves, clear pink flowers.
|PULMONARIA ‘Trevi Fountain’||1′||£5.60|
|Leaves heavily spotted and bright lavender-blue flowers. Vigorous.|
|PULMONARIA ‘Victorian Broach’ NEW||1′||£5.70|
|Round leaves, well spotted. Magenta flowers in spring.|