AGM – RHS Award of Gardening Merit.
PBR – Plant Breeders Rights.
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We are will have seven varieties of Rudbeckia in the nursery for 2017, which will give a wide range of options for lovers of this versatile plant.
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|RANUNCULUS aconitifolius ‘Flore Pleno’||AGM||18″||£5.70|
|Exquisite tiny double, pure white buttercups, on branching stems.
|I have seen that this flowers in early spring but as I write in November
I can find pale pink flowers nestling in the narrow upright green leaves.
Good in shade.
|RHEUM ‘Ace of Hearts’||AGM||3′||£7.50|
|A small form with heart-shaped leaves and tall spikes of tiny pink flowers.|
|Dwarf ornamental rhubarb. Heart-shaped leaves.
Pale pink sprays of tiny flowers in early summer.
|RHEUM palmatum var. tanguticum||6’||£7.00|
|The leaves are large and less deeply cut than other varieties and are
a richer purple. Flowers vary from white to pink.
|Wonderful palmate leaves and white flowers. Creeping rootstock.
The seedheads turn red in autumn. Moisture.
|RODGERSIA pinnata ‘Superba’||AGM||3’||£5.60|
|Excellent large bronze foliage and deep pink flowers.
Best in moist conditions. We also have R. pinnata ‘Elegans’.
|Excellent leaves like a chestnut leaf, bronze in the spring fading during
the summer. The leaves are better than the flowers. Good autumn colour.
Best in damp shade.
|Pinnate leaves and elegant creamy white flowers.
Moist semi-shade suits it best.
|Greyish foliage, large single white flowers in summer. Runs if happy.|
|Upright stems with vivid yellow flowers with black central cones.|
|A rosette of large upright glaucous leaves much loved by snails,
from which rise tall stems topped with yellow cones.
Needs some moisture and feeding. Very eye-catching.
|RUDBECKIA occidentalis ‘Green Wizard’||3’6”||£5.60|
|Green petalled flowers, especially for flower arrangers.|
|Golden flowers with dark brown centres. Sterile so flowers from July
to frosts. Echinacea x Rudbeckia from Brian Kabbs. PBR
|Clear yellow flowers with a black centre in late summer.
From wild collected seed.
|RUDBECKIA subtomentosa ‘Henry Ellers’||4′||£5.70|
|Bright yellow flowers, petals are rolled to give a quill appearance.
Autumn flowering. Excellent to pick.
|RUDBECKIA ‘Summerina Brown’||2′||£5.50|
|Burnt orange flowers fade to brick-reddish brown.
Echinacea x Rudbeckia cross so sterile and flowers from July to frosts.
Much admired here. PBR