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    One of the most attractive winter rosettes of any plant. Strikingly variegated 'soft' thistle leaves sprout forth a multitude of purple summer flowers on the standard plant which gently self-seeds in a hot year. This is the incredible albino version of the lovely purple form. Discovered by Dorian Roxburgh on her parent's farm in South West Spain and brought back to England. Sprays of fragrant green-eyed white flowers in long succession all summer. Fertile seeds are few and must be collected individually by hand. ... Learn More



    Almost certainly the most noticeable and beautiful of all snowdrops, this very large-flowered species has that extra impact and is worth looking out for. In addition, it has honey-scented blooms, which have two delicate green marks on the petals. The giant snowdrop has much, much larger flowers and far broader, impressive, silver-grey leaves, than the more common G. nivalis, its white, nodding blooms appearing in late winter, signalling spring around the corner. Like all snowdrops, G. elwesii is most successfully transplanted whilst growing "in the green". RHS AGM winner ... Learn More



    Producing dense spikes of fragrant, white pea-like flowers from late June to September, this robust, very attractive, AGM-winning ,fully-hardy perennial quickly makes a tall bold clump. Ideal for big borders and wild areas, it is also a perfect choice for poor soils. ... Learn More



    A super value packet of this giant, hardy South African lily. In early summer opens large drooping fragrant white bells atop stout stately stems. Much resembles a giant snowdrop. ... Learn More



    Strong, erect stems carry palest lime-green waxy bells, earlier than Galtonia candicans, above handsome, broad, grey-green, strap-shaped leaves. This is an ideal plant for any freely drained soil in full sun. ... Learn More



    If you love green flowers this is one of your best bets! This giant has numerous fragrant, pendent, flared-open green bells, on thick, strong stems. It will spread both by bulb division and also self-seeding if you are lucky providing viewers with an unforgettable sight. ... Learn More



    This superb, fragrant lily relative has strap-shaped leaves from which arise strong upright stems holding racemes of pale-green, nodding, bell-shaped flowers with waxy petals in that most sought after colour amongst flowers - pure apple green. ... Learn More



    Garcinia mangostana has been described as the "Queen of Fruits" with a sweet taste which people have compared to grapes and strawberries and a delicate texture of flesh. The mangosteen in an ultra-tropical plant and can usually only be grown in areas with no dry season and within 10 degrees of the Equator. For other locations you will need a hot greenhouse (25-35C) and high humidity (80%) so is difficult to grow outside its natural locale without extreme care and attention. ... Learn More



    Garlic a native of central Asia is a close relative of the onion, shallot, leek and chives. Dating back over 6,000 years, garlic has long been a staple food in the Mediterranean region, as well as a frequent seasoning in Asia, Africa, and Europe. It helps reduce heart disease, lowers cholesterol levels, and mildly lowers blood pressure. It was known to Ancient Egyptians, and has been used throughout its history for both culinary and medicinal purposes. (8 cloves per packet). ... Learn More



    Starry, flowers, varying from almost cream, through pale blue to deepest blue open in profusion on thin stems in early spring. In their native South African home these plants grow in sandy flats and against slopes. They will do best in a well-drained rockery. ... Learn More



    These gorgeous Brazilian plants open their pretty, light blue flowers over a long period from May until September. Although they need a well-drained warm spot to do well outdoors they are well-worth the trouble, and are hardy to -8C in a greenhouse, or maybe grow them in a large pot when they will multiply up reliably each year. ... Learn More



    Striking, white-eyed, bright-blue or violet flowers slowly open in the morning like crocuses before further expanding into flared stars. Coming from southern Brazil and Uruguay where it is found in grasslands to 100 meters, it is advised to treat this plant like a Tigridia, giving it a hot sheltered spot, or grow it in a pot when it will soon bulk up. One grower says "This bulb has been indestructible for me". ... Learn More



    Seed saved from the darkest blue form we have ever grown, these flowers bear large upward-facing, almost midnight blue trumpets with a piercingly contrasting white throat. Makes a slowly spreading carpet which will be quite permanent as long as it is occasionally divided in late winter. ... Learn More



    This is certainly the easiest growing member of the gentiana acaulis group, doing well in ordinary rich garden soils, tolerating lime easily, and in time forming large mats. The very large and magnificent deep blue trumpets are freely borne in May and June to the delight of our garden visitors. ... Learn More



    The "Willow Gentian" is one of the few plants that really does improve with time. Hundreds of upturned deep blue trumpets on arching stems through summer and into late autumn. The easiest, longest lived, latest flowering and most rewarding of the taller gentians. ... Learn More


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