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    Related to pinks, this tiny alpine gem makes a low, rounded cushion of diminutive pointed leaves, studded in summer with bright pink, stemless flowers. It is totally hardy and is found all over the high arctic and tundra, and in the higher mountains of Eurasia and North America, south to the Alps, the Carpathians, southern Siberia, the Pyrenees, the British Isles, the Faeroe Islands and the Rocky Mountains where they can live for up to 50-70 years. Some in Alaska have been found to survive for up to 300 years! Alas, it sets very few good seeds. ... Learn More



    This delightful and popular diminutive plant, ideal for the for the rockery or edge of path, bears thin stems which carry many-petalled, pure white frilly flowers, above a low creeping mat of small shiny leaves . ... Learn More



    This delightful annual has greyish foliage and clusters of bright pink or red flowers which are very valuable as they are opening for most of the summer. They are best grown by scattering the seeds where required in very early spring so they can make sturdy plants as they resent being transplanted. ... Learn More



    This rarely offered perennial Bulgarian species is unlike any of the other Silenes in cultivation, with tidy grey-green rosettes of smooth shiny leaves and deeply-scented globular heads composed of tubular, intensely maroon, crimson flowers, with amazing blue anthers and dark wine red bracts, all making an amazing colour combination. ... Learn More



    A completely new plant to cultivation, never before offered. Massed heads of pure white Maltese-Cross flowers on short, thin wiry stems in spring and early summer. A little beauty for the rockery or dry garden. ... Learn More



    Collected originally on an Alpine Garden Society trip to Ipiros in Greece, this rarely-seen, showy, hardy perennial opens bright heads of deep reddish-mauve flowers in loose sprays during summer, above the evergreen rosette of basal foliage. If grown in a very well-drained spot, this plant will slowly evolve into a tight rounded shrub, and considering its origin, it is very well adapted to a dry situation. ... Learn More



    This scarce and diminutive plant with a rosette of daisy-like foliage forms low, spreading stems carrying white flowers with prominently inflated pouches. Sourced from the damp coastal areas of South Africa. ... Learn More



    This "catchfly" is a densely mounded herbaceous perennial producing profuse, brilliant pink, carnation-like flowers from early May into June and July. It is an ideal substitute for Dianthus, and is indeed a relative, having a similar appearance and bloom time, but tolerating a wider variety of garden situations. Delightful, compact and very easy to grow! ... Learn More



    An extremely quick-growing plant that flowers the same year it is sown, producing rosettes of shiny leaves from which sprout long stems, bearing massed (compact!) heads of pink flowers in late spring and summer. These plants also self seed gently and do especially well on poor sandy soil. ... Learn More



    This new and most unusal flower from China and Yunnan bears a striking resemblance to a tall cowslip, but with deep lavender, frilly flowers with attractively striped calyces, which appear in compact trusses on short stems throughout the summer. ... Learn More



    This lovely flower is often found in the wild growing in woodlands and on the verges of country roads, where it shows its rich green leaves usually for 12 months long. The bright pink flowers appear throughout spring and summer and are often to be found open at any time of the year. It is found throughout central, western and northern Europe, and locally in southern Europe, and interestingly it is dioecious, a botanical term that means the male and female flowers are carried on separate plants. ... Learn More



    Another Plantworld Seed introduction. The fascinating variegated ornamental foliage comes reasonably true from seed. Green seedlings often germinate first, so reject these as they will not variegate later. Leaves are splashed with cream - the later deep pink flowers enhancing the effect. It also makes an attractive early pot plant! ... Learn More



    Dividing sprays of delicately cut and divided, frilly-petalled flowers hover above compact clumps of shiny green leaves. This novel and rarely seen plant makes a dramatic statement if grown beneath shrubs and is allowed to scramble through them. ... Learn More



    Countless stems produce large flowers, up to 2½ins across, of the softest pink colour, all with petals delicately slashed and cut. Low rosettes of narrow, downy grey leaves add to the attraction of this exceptionally beautiful rockery plant from the mountains of western North America. In a sunny, well-drained position it is not difficult to cultivate and can self-seed itself freely. ... Learn More



    A rather unusual campion with thin dividing stems, carrying many small white flowers which open from long slim buds, the calyces being striped in red. As they age, the petals twist like small propellers! Originating in the Alps and mountains of Provence, it has spread including to a location where it is a locally naturalized alien, discovered in 2005 on a coal mining spoil heap near Charleroi (Damprémy)! ... Learn More


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