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    Pendulous bell-shaped, golden-eyed, pale lavender flowers, up to 6 inches or 15 cm. across, hang from the enormous blooming panicle that can reach one metre across. Surely the rarest and grandest of all Dahlias, and seldom seen in gardens, it was only recently discovered in cool cloud forest at high elevations, (around 2000 m.) in Oaxaca, Mexico, where it is accustomed to cool days and not-too-cold nights. This gorgeous, statuesque, deciduous perennial tree dahlia, with towering height and bamboo-like stems can grow up to 3 m tall. It is late-flowering, from September onwards (in the northern hemisphere), bud formation being initiated by shorter day length. It will prefer a sheltered spot in cold areas, or alternatively it can make the most impressive greenhouse or conservatory plant you will ever see! After blooming, the plant may be cut down all the way to the ground as the stems die away. (Image courtesy of John McKenna) ... Learn More



    Reputedly the largest of all dahlias, this Mexican giant, in perfect sheltered conditions, can grow up to 5-8m tall, but not quite that tall in the UK! Enormous, dense clusters of large, golden-centred, pinkish-mauve flowers open on the strong, bamboo-like stems. These are thick and become woody at the base, and along with the dark green, divided, velvety leaves, often have a purplish tinge. Budding and flowering, usually in September, is initiated by a long warm autumn and days getting shorter. This magnificent beast is an unbeatable architectural plant for a warm exotic border or a large container in a greenhouse or tall conservatory. ... Learn More



    As beautiful as it is rare, this is the not-often-seen pale blue form of this fabulous native Mexican tree dahlia. An impressive species, it reaches heights in excess of 8' (2.5m) in a single season, and to ensure successful flowering it needs to be grown in rich, well-drained soil, in a situation protected from frost. The enormous 6 to 8 inch flower blooms seldom appear before September or October, but even long before then it makes an absolutely stunning foliage plant with finely cut leaves in abundance covering the unusual bamboo-like stems. If you live in a cold place, and would love a treat...try a large pot in a tall greenhouse or conservatory! Seldom seen or offered. ... Learn More



    This lovely plant is one of the easiest, hardiest and most widely available daphnes. It forms a rounded bush up to a metre high and the narrow, evergreen leaves frame the clusters of 10 or more pink buds. These extremely fragrant flowers open to blush-white in April, May and June, and although 'Somerset' looks delicate and dainty, it is actually one of the toughest daphnes of all. ... Learn More



    This popular plant is a mid-sized deciduous upright shrub bearing extremely fragrant clusters of purple-pink flowers in late winter to early spring, followed by atractive red berries in summer and autumn. ... Learn More



    This seldom seen albino form has exceedingly fragrant crystalline white flowers in spring which produce attractive yellow berries later. A slow-growing long-lived shrub. ... Learn More



    This wonderful, bizarre, insectiverous plant bears graceful, attractive, nodding, yellowish-green flowers, heavily veined crimson, which appear in spring. Although perhaps seen at its gruesome best in a greenhouse, it is hardy, and grows best in acidic moist soil or moss, a choice it often makes in the wild in its native home of Northern California and Oregon, where it thrives in bogs and wet spots in cold running water. It positively must not be fed with artificial fertiliser, especially nitrogen and phosphates, which will kill it. It obtains essential nutrients from insects which it lures into its digestive juice-filled traps! ... Learn More



    Quite an incredible plant for the back of the border, we had never previously heard of this plant or family! Tall, strong, fabulous, arching, cane-like stems sprout large, pendulous, terminal sprays of creamy-yellow-green flowers, and are clad in palmate leaves resembling the famous drug! This is perhaps the tallest herbaceous perennial you can grow, and is yet another reliable "baffle-the-expert" plant. ... Learn More



    These "Angel's Trumpets" produce immense 6-8 inch, doubled, upwards facing, purple trumpet blooms, which are amongst the most beautiful and desirable flowers you can grow. Whether in a hot garden or a large container these plants are show-stoppers! ... Learn More



    With the largest flowers of any of the Datura species, these have attractive purple throats that contrast brightly with the snow-white trumpet-shaped blooms. Although it performs superbly in full sun and a warm spot, it will grow anywhere that is not cold and damp, and whilst not perennial in habit, it will self seed where it is happy. ... Learn More



    This annual or short-lived perennial shrubby plant has huge, floppy, trumpet-shaped white flowers, that open from early summer and on into late autumn, being very fragrant at night. The flowers at first grow upright but incline downwards later, and finally turn into spiky seed pods. It typically reaches a height of 0.6 to 1.5 metres, stems and leaves being covered with short and soft greyish hairs, giving the whole plant a grayish appearance. All parts of the plant emit an odour similar to peanut butter when crushed or bruised. Like all daturas, all parts of this plant are poisonous if ingested, although many varieties produce hallucinogenic and medical compounds. It contains the highly toxic alkaloids atropine, hyoscine (scopolamine), and hyoscyamine. Despite their high toxicity, these substances have beneficial medicinal effects, which were originally recognized in folk medicine throughout the world, and finally in scientific medicine. ... Learn More



    Decaisnea fargesii is a deciduous shrub growing to 4 m by 4 m. Hardy and is not frost tender. It is in leaf 10-Apr It is in flower in June, and the seeds ripen from Sep to October. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs)The plant is self-fertile. Suitable for sandy, loamy and clay soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It prefers moist soil. ... Learn More



    Striking, grey cushions, composed of silvery-grey hairs, grow to 4” high, with fragrant lemon-yellow flowers from May to June. It does best if grown in full to part sun, in gritty, well drained soil, for example in a rock garden or trough. This rare and lovely member of the cruciferae has just one single species, and is endemic to the Velebit and Kapela mountain ranges in Croatia where it has become a symbol of the region. Discovered by Dr. Àrpàd Degen on the 17 July 1917, it is depicted on the reverse of the Croatian 50 lipa coin, minted since 1993. ... Learn More



    From a lush clump of divided leaves arise short stems bearing prominently-hooded, violet-blue flowers, with a noticeable black eye, much resembling a black bee! One of the high alpine species, the preferred habitat in the wild in Eastern Asia, the Western Himalayas, Kashmir and Tibet, ranges from 3000 to 4800 metres. ... Learn More



    This selection contains all of the dwarf and slightly large varieties we only have in quantities too little to offer individually, just a few seeds in some cases. All shapes and sizes and colours of flowers will be included and species we put into the mix included: Delphiniums brunonianum, cashmerianum, nuttalii and many more. ... Learn More


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