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  1. Althaea officinalis
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    ALTHAEA OFFICINALIS

    This erect, very rarely-seen, British native wildflower will thrive in damp conditions and gives a lovely late summer display of multiple soft pink flowers, (which occasionally are pure white with pink anthers!) on tall softly hairy stems with attractive grey-green leaves. It is an herbaceous perennial and so will return for several years after dying back over winter. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  2. Amaranthus caudatus viridus
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    AMARANTHUS CAUDATUS VIRIDUS

    This spectacular Amaranthus displays stunning tassels of long-lasting lime green flowers from summer through to autumn, slowly fading to cream as they age. The large leaves and sturdy stems on this half-hardy annual provide a strong framework through which the long panicles of flowers will cascade to a most dramatic effect. The plant will need to be watered well in dry weather, and can be encouraged to grow to 3 or 4 feet with careful feeding and support. ... Learn More

    $3.01

  3. Amaranthus hypochondriacus pygmy torch
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    AMARANTHUS HYPOCHONDRIACUS 'PYGMY TORCH'

    This cheerful dwarf Amaranthus is a colourful and most unusual addition to the front of your herbaceous border, providing a splendid splash of colour with its display of dark red tassels. Especially useful where not much room if available as it has a neat and compact form and will be happy in a confined space. ... Learn More

    $3.01

  4. Amaranthus tricolor early splendor
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    AMARANTHUS TRICOLOR 'EARLY SPLENDOR'

    This unusually flamboyant specimen is grown for its striking coloured foliage rather that the more familiar tassels of flowers. It provides beautiful colour contrast when planted with other foliage plants and will grow steadily taller through the summer months, enjoying full sunlight and with good heat tolerance. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  5. Ammobium alatum
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    AMMOBIUM ALATUM

    This delightful everlasting flower is a must for the cutting garden, where its silvery white flowers with bright yellow centres on winged stems are borne throughout the summer, and will make a long-lived superb display indoors and out, and even all winter long if dried out! ... Learn More

    $3.01

  6. Anagallis monelii
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    ANAGALLIS MONELII

    A low-growing perennial with trailing stems bearing dark green ovate leaves, and deep blue, bowl-shaped flowers from early summer to autumn, it is very often grown as an annual. It truly is one of the most exquisite blue-flowered plants available. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  7. Andropogon gerardi
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    ANDROPOGON GERARDII

    This majestic grass is native to the Great Plains of North America and is tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions, will grow to between 1 and 3m in height depending on the moisture and soil type available. ... Learn More

    $3.14

  8. Anemopsis californica
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    ANEMOPSIS CALIFORNICA

    This handsome marginal aquatic plant can also make a lovely feature in the bog garden, forming clumps of broad green leaves that in summer produce quite large white flowers, sometime with a splash of pink. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  9. Noimage
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    ANTIRRHINUM CANDY SPIRES

    Our trial ground holds several different "snapdragons". One of the very tallest is the pale-yellow flowered plant from northern Spain, Braun Blanquetti. One of our busy bees carried pollen from a red flower to this bed of flowers and produced the lovely hybrid swarm we have christened Candy Spires. Numerous spikes hold dense masses of medium-sized pale pink snapdragons, which open all summer long and will very gently self-seed wherever they are happy. Like its parents it has a very long flowering period, and although it blooms the first year from seed, it is truly spectacular in subsequent years when the bushy, spreading plant sends up a solid mass of tall stems which produces a living dome of colour. And of course, occasional hybrid seedlings of a slightly different colour may appear as we have numerous different forms in our gardens.....and still the busy bees! ... Learn More

    $3.33

  10. Arbutus unedo
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    ARBUTUS UNEDO

    This slow-growing evergreen tree produces racemes of fragrant Lily of the Valley-like flowers, and in late autumn, strikingly attractive, edible, strawberry-like fruits. It prefers a sheltered spot to actually produce the ripe fruits but is hardy otherwise. ... Learn More

    $4.10

  11. Argemone polyanthemos
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    ARGEMONE POLYANTHEMOS

    This spectacularly spiny plant gives a continual show of wonderfully crinkled silk-petalled pure white flowers from June through to the end of August, their centres coloured a delicate yellow by the golden pollen. Individual blooms are short lived but very impressive and are continually replaced by fresh blooms. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  12. Argyreia nervosa
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    ARGYREIA NERVOSA

    This perennial climbing vine will be best grown in your conservatory or warm glasshouse unless you have reliable warmth outside (over 55F), in which case it will ornament a pergola or wall, or will look fabulous scrambling through a tree. The large heart-shaped leaves make a stunning backdrop for the trumpet shaped flowers that later give way to furry seedpods. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  13. Aristolochia debilis
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    ARISTOLOCHIA DEBILIS

    This interesting small climber has heart-shaped foliage and carries small purplish trumpet shaped flowers for most of the summer, which are perfumed and attractive to butterflies. The plant will show to best advantage if the wiry stems have some form of low framework to climb over. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  14. Baptisia x variicolor twilite prairieblues
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    BAPTISIA X VARIICOLOR 'TWILITE PRAIRIEBLUES'

    This elegant lupin-lookalike will give a good show of elegant racemes of flowers held above dense blue-green foliage from late spring to early summer. The plant has a clump-forming nature and will spread slowly over time, with more mature plants increasing their display of flowers. Once the flowers are finished, the stems can be left for the attractive seed pods to form, or can be clipped back to allow the foliage to give an attractive backdrop for other plants in your border. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  15. Bauhinia monandra
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    BAUHINIA MONANDRA

    This small tree is native to Madagascar but has naturalised widely in the southern hemisphere. If given well-drained soil and a protected environment (such as a conservatory or warm glasshouse) it will make a fine show with its deeply-loped leaves and exotic pale pink plumes of flower. ... Learn More

    $4.10

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