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  1. Rubus giraldianus
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    RUBUS COCKBURNIANUS

    Clusters of white flowers later become sweet blackberries. But during the growing season, the arching canes look just like any other member of this family, but the real show starts when the leaves fall and the cranberry coloured stems become covered in white powder and glow with a ghostly silver (with the slightest hint of pink from the red stems underneath). This display is truly dramatic with a dark backdrop! They do well if cut to the ground each spring to keep them to a manageable size, and will grow in almost any position. But do plant them where they can be admired in the winter! In England this plant was crossed with Rubus occidentalis to produce vigorous hybrids with more flowers, greater fruit production,and resistance to viruses! ... Learn More

    $3.76

  2. RUBUS LUDWIGII

    The "Silver Bramble" comes from the Drakensberg Mountains of South Africa where it makes small congested shrublets of silvery-green, wrinkled leaves. The white flowers in spring are succeeded by tight clusters of edible, white powdered 'blackberries'. ... Learn More

    $2.71

  3. RUBUS SPECTABILIS

    This attractive garden-worthy shrub, with perennial, not biennial woody stems (unlike many other rubus), is grown not only for its attractive, dazzling-red flowers, but for the juicy fruits which mature in late summer to early autumn resembling large yellow to orange-red raspberries 1.5–2 cm long, which are used to make jams and pies in their North American home. These fruits are also called Russian Raspberries or Salmon Berries. Traditionally, the berries were eaten mixed with salmon roe, hence their name, but we do not recommend this! ... Learn More

    $3.63

  4. RUBUS SPECTABILIS FLORE PLENA

    This is the rare, double-flowered form of this attractive garden-worthy shrub, with perennial, not biennial woody stems (unlike many other rubus. It is grown not only for its attractive many-petalled, dazzling-red flowers, but for the juicy fruits which mature in late summer to early autumn resembling large yellow to orange-red raspberries 1.5–2 cm long, which are used to make jams and pies in their North American home. These fruits are also called Russian Raspberries or Salmon Berries. Traditionally, the berries were eaten mixed with salmon roe, hence their name, but we do not recommend this! ... Learn More

    $4.62

  5. RUDBECKIA HIRTA 'MARMALADE'

    This lovely and long-lasting Rudbeckia shows up brightly in your border, displaying large golden-orange daisy-like flowers with solid dark, almost black, centres making a striking contrast and definitely attracting attention. The birds and bees love this plant which flowers prolifically from mid summer to late autumn. ... Learn More

    $3.37

  6. RUDBECKIA LACINIATA

    Strong tall stems bearing many large golden flowers with sizeable, black, protruding centre cones appear from early summer right into autumn. An impressive and valuable flower to give colour to the back of the border. ... Learn More

    $3.23

  7. RUELLIA CILIATA

    Masses of five-petalled, thin-bodied, flared lavender trumpets open in midsummer on many-branching stems. This plant demands good soil and a sheltered spot but will impress all who see it and is a good plant to baffle the experts! Very few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.89

  8. RUELLIA HUMILIS

    The "night flowering wild petunia" is a hardy and rarely seen relative of the lovely well-known acanthus. It bears funnel-shaped purple flowers typical of a Mexican petunia, on dividing twiggy stems which are evergreen in mild winters. ... Learn More

    $3.76

  9. RUMEX SANGUINEUS

    The "Bloody Dock" is useful in spite of its unattractive name. Rosettes of attractive, fresh green leaves, distinctively lined in purple, and which are good to eat like spinach, sprout forth long sprays of reddish-brown flowers which are good for drying. ... Learn More

    $2.71

  10. RUPICAPNOS AFRICANA

    Basal clumps of shiny grayish blue, linear to oval leaves arise in early spring above which are displayed attractive racemes of pinkish purple flowers with dark purple tips which bloom freely all summer. Closely allied to Corydalis, Rupicapnos is a genus of seven species of plants that occur in southern Spain and north-western Africa and can be perfectly grown as long as they get hot overhead sun as they do in their native countries. ... Learn More

    $4.88

  11. RUSCUS ACULEATUS

    This mysterious, and rarely-seen plant has rigid, branched stems bearing spiny leaves, and bears greenish flowers followed by red berries throughout the winter. And quite incredibly, it is a member of the lily family! For hundreds of years herbalists have used butcher's broom in the treatment of various ailments. And presumably butchers-of-old used branches to clean their work tops with the sharp foliage? For the chemists amongst you, Butcher's Broom contains 0.8-1.5% quinolizidine alkaloids, principally sparteine which inhibits the passing of sodium ions across the cell membrane and thus is an effective anti-arrhythmic substance. It is is frequently used in its sulphate form as an oxytocic drug - a substance which stimulates contraction of the uterine smooth muscle. sparteine also appears to extend the diastole. But we do not recommend experimenting without first consulting your doctor! ... Learn More

    $3.76

  12. RUTA GRAVEOLENS VARIEGATA

    This is the extremely attractive variegated form of the fragrant herb "rue". Although it is a favourite for flavouring dishes, it is also an excellent evergreen dwarf shrub for a hot spot. When cut back hard every third spring it makes a superb foliage specimen. ... Learn More

    $3.76

  13. SALACCA ZALACCA

    This short stemmed palm tree is native to Java and Sumatra and naturalised across Malayasia and Indonesia. The attractive leaves can grow up to 6m long, the fruits growing in clusters at the base of the palm with reddish-brown scaly skin, and are about the size and shape of a ripe fig, with a distinct tip and edible pulp. The taste is sweet and acidic, but its apple-like texture can vary from dry and crumbly to moist and crunchy! ... Learn More

    $7.85

  14. SALVIA AMPLEXICAULIS

    A lovely plant discovered on the Alpine Garden Society M.E.S.E. 1999 Expedition. Whorls of violet bracts and flowers on branching stems which carry fragrant leaves. ... Learn More

    $2.71

  15. SALVIA ARGENTEA

    Spikes of pinkish white flowers stand above rosettes of soft grey foliage at the base, which can spread to form good ground cover and also make an excellent foil for neighbouring plants. This elegant clary will do best in dappled shade. Flower spikes are displayed from July to August and are best removed after flowering to prolong the display and to keep the plant strong. Does best in warm well-drained soil! ... Learn More

    $3.76

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