Catalogue – Valeriana to Viola


Plants in Green – suitable for shaded area.
AGM – RHS Award of Gardening Merit.
PBR – Plant Breeders Rights.
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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V WXYZ Grasses

We have an good selection of Verbena Veronica, Verbascum  and Veronicastrum for sale in the nursery, all plants that are excellent in an herbaceous border. In 2017 we will have two new varieties of Verbascum; V.‘Firedance’ and V.’Mont Blanc’   plus the pretty VERONICASTRUM virginicum ‘Pink Glow.’

We are also extending our selection of violas in 2017 with VIOLA ‘Belmont Blue’ and VIOLA sororia ‘Freckles’

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VALERIANA phu ‘Aurea’    1′ £5.50
This is unusual in that most yellow-leaved plants need shade but this
needs sun for the leaves to colour in spring. Undistinguished flowers.
VANCOUVERIA hexandra    1′ £5.50
Pretty leaves and sprays of airy white flowers in spring.
VERBASCUM ‘Firedance’     NEW   3′ £5.60
New introduction with rusty red flowers. Sun and well-drained conditions.
VERBASCUM ‘Gainsborough’  AGM 3’ £5.60
Grey foliage and spires of large primrose yellow flowers.
VERBASCUM (Cotswold Group) ‘Pink Domino’  AGM 3’ £5.60
Pink flowers. If dead-headed, flowers until the frosts.
VERBASCUM ‘Mont Blanc’     NEW   3′ £5.60
Pure white flowers, grey foliage. Sun. Well drained conditions.
VERBENA bonariensis  AGM 4’ £5.50
A tall rather spindly plant topped with a tuft of lavender flowers
in early autumn. Large plants.
VERBENA hastata    3’6″ £5.50
Flowering in late summer and into the autumn, this is a useful upright plant.
The narrow spikes are set with small purple flowers.
We shall also have pink and white forms.
VERBENA hastata ‘Alba’     NEW   3.5′ £5.60
Tall spires studded with tiny white flowers in late summer.
VERBENA hastata ‘Rosea’     NEW   3.5′ £5.60
Tall spires studded with tiny pink flowers in late summer.
VERBENA officianalis var.grandiflora ‘Brampton’   2’ £5.50
Dark foliage with spires of tiny pinky purple flowers in late summer.
VERBENA rigida  AGM 18” £5.50
Heads of small purple flowers in late summer.
Hardy in well-drained conditions.
VERONICA longifolia   2’6″ £5.60
Very good spikes of blue in late summer.
VERONICA longifolia ‘Blauriesin’    2’6″ £5.60
Very good spikes of blue in summer.
VERONICA longifolia ‘Blue John’    18” £5.60
Very dark spires of almost navy blue, green foliage.
VERONICA longifolia ‘Charlotte’     NEW   2′ £5.90
Grey green foliage edged with white. White flowers in fat spikes.
Dead head to prolong flowering. PBR
VERONICA teucrium ‘Royal Blue’  AGM 18” £5.60
Bright blue flowers in mid-summer.
VERONICASTRUM sibiricum ‘Red Arrows’    3’6” £5.80
Reddish stems, spires of deep violet flowers in late summer.
Available late summer.
VERONICASTRUM virginicum album    4’ £5.80
Tall upright spikes of small white flowers in late summer.
VERONICASTRUM virginicum ‘Apollo’    3’ £5.80
Dark foliage and spikes of reddish purple flowers makes this useful
in the late summer border.
VERONICASTRUM virginicum ‘Erica’    3’6″ £5.80
Pale pink flowers opening from red buds. Excellent late summer plant.
VERONICASTRUM virginicum ‘Fascination’    4’6″ £5.80
Bluey-mauve flowers in dense spikes above whorls of green leaves.
Elegant in late summer.
VERONICASTRUM virginicum ‘Lavendelturm’   5′ £5.80
Strong stems topped with pale lavender flowers.
The serrated leaves form whorls round the stems. Very attractive.
VERONICASTRUM virginicum ‘Pink Glow’     NEW   4′ £5.80
Rosy pink flower.
VIOLA ‘Belmont Blue’     NEW   9″ £5.00
Syn. ‘Boughton Blue’. Dense clumps of foliage masses of starry blue flowers
most of the summer.
VIOLA cornuta ‘Wisley White’     NEW   9″ £5.00
Floriferous form covered with chalk white flowers for most of the summer.
VIOLA riviniana ‘Purpurea’    6″ £5.00
Purple-black leaves, scentless blue flowers. Excellent ground cover.
VIOLA sororia ‘Freckles’     NEW   9″ £5.00
Clumps of heart-shaped leaves, large white violet-shaped flowers
speckled with violet.

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