AGM – RHS Award of Gardening Merit.
PBR – Plant Breeders Rights.
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We are pleased to extend our excellent selection of Salvia in 2017 with new varieties SALVIA ‘Love and Wishes’ and SALVIA x sylvestris ‘Rose Queen.’ Also new for 2017 are SANGUISORBA ‘Cangshan Cranberry,’ SCABIOSA caucasia ‘Stata’ and SYMPHYTUM ‘Hidcote Pink.’
We continue to stock a good selection of SEDUM and SYMPHYOTRICUM, both of which provide good colour in the border towards the end of the summer.
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|SALVIA aurea ‘Kirstenbosch’||3’||£5.60|
|Clove -scented grey foliage with interesting reddish-brown flowers.
|Large ribbed leaves, tall stems ending in spikes of small orange-red flowers.
Much admired in the garden. Needs winter protection.
|SALVIA ‘Ember’s Wish’||2’6″||£5.80|
|Coppery buds open to coral red flowers – bushy plant. Needs winter protection.|
|Large hairy basal leaves from which rise the stems carrying purplish
blue flowers with a white throat. Perennial. Needs sun.
|A strong growing plant with large hairy leaves and yellow flowers.
Good in shade.
|SALVIA involucrata ‘Bethellii’||AGM||4’6||£5.60|
|Large velvety leaves terminal spikes of deep rosy-pink in late summer.
Needs winter protection.
|SALVIA ‘Love and Wishes’ NEW||2′||£5.80|
|Pink flowers and purple calyxes make this an attractive addition
to the garden. Tender.
|SALVIA x jamensis ‘Hot Lips’||2’6″||£5.50|
|White flowers with red lips. Needs sun and well-drained conditions
and then is hardy.
|SALVIA x sylvestris ‘Rose Queen’ NEW||18″||£5.50|
|Bushy plant with aromatic foliage and spikes of dark buds opening
to rose pink. Sun.
|SALVIA nemorosa ‘Caradonna’||AGM||2’||£5.50|
|Erect, with dark purple stems and spikes of violet-blue in summer.
Needs dry conditions and sun.
|SALVIA ‘Phyllis Fancy’||4’||£5.60|
|Graceful stems topped with lavender flowers and purplish bracts.
Can survive winter but safer to take cuttings.
|The only herbaceous form of Elder. The flowers and berries are the same
but this has running roots and disappears in winter.
|SANGUINARIA canadensis multiplex ‘Plena’||AGM||9″||£7.50|
|Grey-green kidney shaped leaves, and very double white flowers in spring.
Leaves disappear in late summer.
|Tall white spikes in late summer.
Lovely autumn colour on the foliage and flower spikes.
|SANGUISORBA ‘Cangshan Cranberry’ NEW||3′||£5.70|
|Rich burgundy ‘knobs’ on tall reddish stems in autumn.
A Dan Hinckley introduction.
|Deep maroon-red bottle brushes above glaucous foliage.|
|Grey pinnate foliage, large bottle brush flowers of a beautiful deep pink.|
|SANGUISORBA officinalis ‘Pink Tanna’||3’||£5.60|
|Small bottle brush flowers of rose pink. Mid-summer.|
|SANGUISORBA tenuifolia var. alba||2’6″||£5.60|
|A mound of beautiful pinnate green foliage from which arise slender stems
topped with long fluffy white flowers.
|SAXIFRAGA x urbium ‘London Pride’||AGM||9″||£4.90|
|Evergreen rosettes of dark green from which rise slender stems studded with pale pink flowers. Much admired as an edging in our veg garden.|
|SCABIOSA caucasia ‘Stata’ NEW||2’6″||£5.60|
|Deep blue flowers for weeks. Good for insects and to pick.|
|SCABIOSA incisa kudo||18″||£5.60|
|Large pink scabious flowers from spring onward. Excellent bee plant for sun.|
|SCHIZOSTYLUS coccinea ‘Wilfred H Bryant’ See HESPERANTHA.|
|This was collected by Will McLewin in Yugoslavia.
The flowers are yellow inside, brownish-purple on the outside.
Needs moist semi-shade and creeps by fleshy rhizomes. Flowers in April.
|SCROPHULARIA auriculata ‘Variegata’ NEW||3’6″||£5.60|
|Evergreen rosette of foliage splashed with cream, above which rise
good strong stems, flowers best removed. Not too dry conditions.
|SEDUM ‘Bertram Anderson’||AGM||9″||£5.50|
|Good dark red foliage on a low growing spreading plant.|
|Greeny-blue foliage and rosy-pink flowers. An excellent new sedum,
they are all useful in the autumn garden.
|SEDUM erythrostictum ‘Frosty Morn’||18”||£5.60|
|A white edge to the pale green leaves and pale pink flowers add to the
attraction of this new plant.
|Bronzy pink flowers in much bigger heads than S. spectabile.
Syn, ‘Autumn Joy.’
|SEDUM ‘José Aubergine’||18”||£5.50|
|A new introduction with excellent dark foliage and dusky pink flowers
on strong upright stems. PBR
|SEDUM telephium ‘Matrona’||AGM||2’||£5.60|
|Very large heads of pink flowers. A strong grower with upright stems
and green leaves becoming bronzy.
|SEDUM telephium ‘Purple Emperor’||AGM||16”||£5.50|
|Previously sold as S. ‘Washfield Purple’ this has excellent dark foliage
|Good spikes of white flowers in summer. Rather like a small Hollyhock.|
|SIDALCEA ‘Elsie Heugh’||AGM||3’||£5.50|
|These are very useful plants flowering in August and elegantly upright.
This form has rose-pink coloured flowers.
|SILENE dioica ‘Clifford Moor’||1′||£6.00|
|Cream edge to the dark green leaves. Deep pink single flowers.
Found by a local herb nursery.
|Like the common white campion but the flowers have fringed petals and are
backed by large baggy calyces. Much admired in late May.
|Magenta pink double flowers in early summer,
ideal for the cottage garden look. PBR
|SILENE ‘Rollie’s Favourite’||18”||£5.50|
|Compact form of common native campion, flowers from April onwards,
very free flowering. PBR
|Clouds of scented yellow flowers on tall blackish stems in autumn.
Excellent fluffy seed heads. Not dry conditions. Can run if happy.
|Iris-like leaves, spires of cream flowers. Needs good drainage.|
|SISYRINCHIUM striatum ‘Aunt May’||18″||£5.80|
|Good form with cream edges to the leaves.|
|SMILACINA racemosa see Maianthemum racemosum|
|SOLIDAGO x luteus ‘Lemore’||AGM||2’||£5.60|
|Tiny light yellow daisies in loose heads. Flowers in July and August.|
|STACHYS byzantina ‘Silver Carpet’||9″||£5.20|
|Excellent silver ground cover without the sometimes dingy spikes of flowers.|
|Large dark green leaves and whorls of pinky-mauve flowers make this
old fashioned cottage plant useful as ground cover.
|STACHYS monieri ‘Hummelo’||18″||£5.50|
|Pretty rose pink flower spikes above crinkly foliage from early summer
|We are delighted that Wisley has been able to name this excellent low
spreading plant. Blue flowers in autumn, very similar to S. atropurpurea.
|Similar to S. attenuata but with large clusters of drooping trumpet shaped
white flowers in autumn. Needs sun and good drainage.
|(Syn. S. atropurpureum) The leaves have a violet hue and the violet-blue
flowers in September. Best in sun. Spoilt by late frost but always recovers.
|SYMPHYOTRICUM ‘Climax’ formerly Aster||5′||£5.60|
|Large bunches of single Spode-blue flowers.|
|SYMPHYOTRICHUM ‘Little Carlow’ formerly Aster||AGM||4’||£5.60|
|Stiff stems ending in large clusters of mid‐blue, small flowers.
Long flowering from September to November.
|SYMPHYOTRICHUM ericoides ‘Cinderella’ formerly Aster||3’||£5.60|
|Wonderful in the garden in October,
covered with tiny white flowers which fade to pink.
|SYMPHYOTRICHUM ericoides ‘Ringdove’ formerly Aster||AGM||2’6″||£5.60|
|Clouds of tiny, pale, rosy‐mauve flowers in early autumn.|
|SYMPHYOTRICUM laevis ‘Arcturus’ formerly Aster||4’6″||£5.60|
|A very strong growing Aster, with dark stems and blue flowers in October.|
|SYMPHYOTRICHUM lateriflorum ‘Lady in Black’ formerly Aster||3’||£5.60|
|Very similar to A.’Prince’ only much taller with very dark foliage
in the spring.
|SYMPHYOTRICHUM lateriflorum horizontalis formerly Aster||2’||£5.60|
|Bush like plants, the horizontal stems covered with white flowers with
pink stamens and dark bronzy‐green foliage, this is eye-catching.
|SYMPHYOTRICHUM novae-angliae ‘Alma Potschke’ formerly Aster||4’||£5.60|
|Large rose-pink flowers in late summer. Large plants.|
|SYMPHYOTRICHUM novae-angliae ‘Barr’s Violet’ formerly Aster||4′||£5.60|
|Large amethyst flowers in October. A novae-angliae are not prone to mildew.|
|SYMPHYOTRICHUM novae‐angliae ‘Harrington’s Pink’ formerly Aster||AGM||3’||£5.60|
|A soft clear pink, flowering in September. Large plants.|
|SYMPHYOTRICHUM novae‐angliae ‘Herbstschnee’ formerly Aster||4’||£5.60|
|Pure white flowers in early autumn. Mildew free. Large plants.|
|SYMPHYOTRICHUM novae‐angliae ‘Purple Dome’ formerly Aster||2’||£5.60|
|A dwarf variety of S. ‘Septemberrubin'(qv).|
|SYMPHYOTRICHUM novae-angliae ‘Septemberrubin’ formerly Aster||4’||£5.60|
|Large shaggy flowers of a bright ruby-red in October.|
|SYMPHYOTRICHUM novi‐belgii ‘Vignem’ formerly Aster||3’6”||£5.60|
|I bought this in Holland but can find no trace of the name here.
Rather shaggy large flowers of a pretty pale lavender in early autumn.
|SYMPHYOTRICHUM tradescantii formerly Aster||4’||£5.60|
|Tiny white daisies cover the wiry stems in late autumn.|
|SYMPHYANDRA ‘Paul Furse’||2’||£5.50|
|Long bells of soft blue on a running plant. A surprise in that it flowers
in autumn when most Campanulas are over. Peter Lewis says this is not
a Campanula – hence the change of name.
|A strong growing comfrey with bright blue flowers.|
|SYMPHYTUM ‘Hidcote Pink’ NEW||16″||£5.40|
|Comfrey with pinkish flowers and evergreen foliage.|
|SYMPHYTUM ibericum (grandiflorum)||1′||£5.40|
|Dark hairy leaves, orange-tipped cream bells in spring,
grows in any soil, spreading. Evergreen.
|SYNTHYRIS missurica stellata||1’||£5.20|
|Deep green leaves form a clump. Numerous spikes of blue-bell shaped flowers in spring.|