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  1. Red and white antihirrinum
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    ANTIRRHINUM 'ANGEL TOWERS'

    We have crossed a tall, hardy, wild, perennial antirrhinum with a modern cultivar to produce these long-lived, spectacular new plants. Making tall, dividing, densely-shrubby branches, they have survived for several years here, some of them growing strong trunks. The flower colours vary from palest pink to reddish-purple, and are produced over an extremely long period from early summer into late autumn. They can also self seed producing even more interesting variations! ... Learn More

    $3.74

  2. Sorrel
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    BROAD LEAVED SORREL

    Broad-leaved Sorrel is a perennial herbaceous staple of the kitchen garden. The leaves can be eaten either raw or cooked with their acidic taste being likened to limes, lemons, rhubarb and wild strawberries. When cooked it often accompanies egg, fish and makes a delicious ingredient to soups. Once established the plant can be harvested over several years as a cut-and-come again crop. ... Learn More

    $2.68

  3. Brugmansia ornage glory
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    BRUGMANSIA SUAVEOLENS 'ORANGE GLORY'

    Multiple, vibrant, deepest orange trumpet shaped flowers up to 30cm in length bloom simultaneously and repeatedly throughout the growing season. Each flower emits a gorgeous perfumed scent especially in the evening making this an idea patio/conservatory plant. Plants are shrubby in nature but tender in colder climates growing from 1 meter to 2.5m. ... Learn More

    $5.57

  4. Buddleja purple dome
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    BUDDLEJA 'PURPLE DOME'

    Compact arching compact sprays hold tightly packed, deeply fragrant, yellow-eyed, dark purple flowers. These seeds have been collected from the darkest-flowered and dwarfest of several cultivars of this popular group of perfumed shrubs, and seedlings may vary. All forms of these popular plants are most attractive to pollinating insects, but especially butterflies, ... Learn More

    $4.09

  5. Calochortus catalinae
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    CALOCHORTUS CATALINAE

    In early spring, this rarely-offered plant opens its large white to lilac flowers which have a purple spot at the base of each petal. Seed for this plant was originally collected in The USA on Figueroa Mountain in Santa Barbara county. It is also found in grassy places near the coast from southern California to Baja. ... Learn More

    $4.16

  6. Cicerbita alpina
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    CICERBITA ALPINA

    Native to upland and mountainous parts of Europe, including the UK, this attractive plant makes tall, unbranched stems bearing numerous blue-violet "dandelion" flowers. The stems hold several triangular leave. Although a very rare British native, it makes an excellent garden plant! ... Learn More

    $4.16

  7. Clematis baby blue
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    CLEMATIS 'BABY BLUE'

    Dwarf climbing clematis are extremely rare to find, but we have located and grown on the dwarfest, most diminutive blue and mauve cultivars we can find. These plants should retain their dwarf stature, although the odd one may reach a little further skywards. But all of them should have large starry flowers in all shades of blue, the best of all colours! ... Learn More

    $6.63

  8. Cobaea scandens
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    COBAEA SCANDENS

    A quite stunning Mexican climber which has all the assets, being quick-growing and vigorous (up to 6m!) with absolutely enormous, spectacular, pale violet or purple, "cup-and-saucer" flowers. Although it is usually grown as a half-hardy annual, it is actually a half-hardy perennial and often survives the winter outside in milder areas. ... Learn More

    $4.09

  9. Crithmum maritimum
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    CRITHMUM MARITIMUM

    This wonderfully succulent British native flower is usually found on precarious cliff faces or in shingle by the sea. With fleshy, grey-green foliage, the tender new shoots have a salty-aromatic flavour and have been used as salads since antiquity, or even pickled to be eaten later by sailors to supplement their diets, as it is rich in vitamin C, essential oils, trace elements and minerals. Chopped and mixed with olive oil and lemon juice, the leaves make an excellent salad dressing. In summer it bears pretty umbels of yellowish-green flowers. it is very adaptable to a variety of normal garden soils, as long as is is very well-drained. ... Learn More

    $3.60

  10. Cynara cardunculus cardoon
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    CYNARA CARDUNCULUS 'CARDOON'

    Rarely offered, this naturally occurring enormous variant of the Globe artichoke is native to the Mediterranean, where it was domesticated in ancient times. This giant is a true hardy perennial with silvery, thistle-like foliage, and tall flower stems, which are topped by fat thistle-like buds which resemble small globe artichokes in summer. Whilst the flower buds can be eaten in the same way as the artichoke, the stems which resemble large celery stalks, are usually eaten after being braised or steamed. With an artichoke-like flavour, they are also used as a vegetarian source of enzymes for cheese production. ... Learn More

    $3.74

  11. Dahlia autumn dazzlers
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    DAHLIA AUTUMN DAZZLERS

    New! Dahlia australis, the true species, is a magnificent plant, with demurely nodding pink to lilac flowers, (which are bigger than the similar D. merckii, which is less vigorous and of smaller stature.) Sadly, we have found that it can be difficult to keep year on year. But one day, we discovered that the busy bees at Plant World gardens had pollinated a Dahlia australis plant with pollen from other lovely dahlia cultivars in our gardens. And what an amazing surprise we received when this handful of seeds germinated and finally flowered! A completely new generation of tall but elegant dahlias with numerous branching spindly stems, offering months of a complete spectrum of vibrant colour with surprisingly little effort. These will flower their heads off in virtually any sunny spot, until the first frosts cut them down. Almost constant-flowering, these lovely single flower forms, with the occasional dark-leafed specimen, make solid, stately, almost shrubby plants, which are very easy to integrate into the average garden border, and appear to be quite hardy, having survived for ten years outside untouched by winter. Not prolific seed producers but worth any trouble to grow. ... Learn More

    $4.58

  12. Datura double white
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    DATURA DOUBLE WHITE

    A beautiful and very exotic variety bearing in generous quantity, a long succession of large, pendent, double, pure white flowers making it a splendid container plant for the conservatory, which could be perhaps moved to the patio during summer. Please note that seeds and all parts of the plant for all Datura species are poisonous. ... Learn More

    $5.50

  13. Datura double yellow
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    DATURA GOLDEN FLAMES

    Gorgeous is the only word that can do justice to the fabulous golden yellow blooms of this variety, making it the real show stopper in your garden. The heavy yellow flowers, a rare colour in this family of plants, are huge and very fragrant, especially in the evening, whilst the dark green foliage creates a striking contrast. ... Learn More

    $4.72

  14. P8050511
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    DAUCUS CAROTA 'BURGUNDY TOP'

    A new and elegant umbellifer with finely-divided green foliage, above which open fabulous, doily-like heads in a range of colours from palest pink through shades of purple and crimson, to almost black. These beautiful, and astonishingly-intricate flower-heads deserve a really close-up inspection. Although they can flower in as little as 3 months from sowing, they do better if sown late for larger plants the following year. ... Learn More

    $3.45

  15. Echium fastuosum alba edited ray edition
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    ECHIUM 'CANDY FLOSS'

    Yet another valuable variant in the lovely echium series. Just a single plant from several hundred had pure white stems, and thus we suspected white flowers. And so it turned out. This is the first time we have managed to grow and collect seeds from a white form of this perennial, shrubby, bush-forming plant, which forms a solid compact dome when mature, when it can be smothered with a hundred or more swollen trusses of flowers. This really is a perennial in a sheltered situation in a warm garden, or even in a very large pot. In The Scilly Islands and the South West of the UK, and even in our hill-top gardens here, this plant makes a sizeable, long-lived evergreen shrub. Occasionally a plant may produce flower spikes that open with a slight pinkish or pale blue tinge. ... Learn More

    $5.36

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