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  1. Physocarpus diabolo
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    PHYSOCARPUS DIABOLO

    Although this stylish deciduous shrub is grown for its rich purple foliage, it also bears clusters of pretty, pink-flushed, fragrant white flowers on arching branches in early summer, followed by glossy red seed heads in autumn, both of which contrast beautifully with its leaves. When plants reach maturity, the bark peels away in attractive, spalling layers. It is ideal for growing in a mixed herbaceous border, looking fantastic when grown alongside lime-green coloured plants. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  2. Phytolacca laka boom mike clifford
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    PHYTOLACCA LAKA BOOM

    Attractive spikes of pink-red flowers show-up well against large, deeply-veined vivid green leaves on strong stems, and are followed by glossy black berries in the Autumn (these are not edible). A rapid-growing plant, it prefers full sun and moist soil but will tolerate some shade. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  3. Noimage
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    POLYGONATUM ZANLANSCIENENSE

    Native to southeastern Gansu and southwestern Shaanxi in China, this rare and elusive plant is a most elegant and graceful woodlander. Arching stems bear green elliptical leaves arranged like wings, under which appear whorls of purplish flowers in the leaf axils, and later appear the dangling blue/black fruits. ... Learn More

    $4.35

  4. Pritchards scalet topper best
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    PRITCHARD'S SCARLET TOPPER

    This very drought and disease resistant American heirloom variety produces bright scarlet, globe-shaped fruits which are distinctively flavoured and heavy-cropping. In 1943 the Burpee Seed Catalog stated, "The ideal, all-purpose tomato for growing in soil of high fertility" and in 1953, Farmer Seed & Nursery Co. in Minnesota stated, "We consider this the most valuable new introduction of the present time". A good variety even now to add to your list of desirable tomato varieties - this has certainly stood the test of time! (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.62

  5. Quercus ilex 1
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    QUERCUS ILEX

    This large spreading evergreen tree bears dark green leaves which are tough and leathery, with pale undersides. Finally becoming a large and impressive specimen, it is native to the Mediterranean region, although it grows well in almost all parts of the UK once established. The male flowers are catkins and the female flowers give rise to large seeds or "acorns", in a very similar way to the English Oak, Quercus robur. It takes one of its common names from 'holm', an ancient name for holly (whose botanical name is Ilex). ... Learn More

    $4.42

  6. Rosa dumalis
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    ROSA DUMALIS

    Native to Europe and southwest Asia, this lovely rose bears fragrant, paler-centred pink flowers throughout spring and early summer. A vigorous plant, it is ideal in the wild garden or covering an unsightly wall! ... Learn More

    $3.26

  7. Rosa hugonis
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    ROSA HUGONIS

    A gorgeous colour-break in roses gives us this superb specimen with long graceful branches wreathed in fern-like foliage, and dainty, soft fragrant lemon yellow petals alighting on thorny, ferny branches like butterflies. Blooming from May-June, it is not only stunning in spring, its foliage turns bright reddish orange in autumn and bears red-maroon round hips. It was originally found in the wild in Northern China and in the Korean peninsular where it is hardy to zone 5 , it is one of the most beautiful of the wild roses, both in and out of flower. Few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.71

  8. Rosa rubiginosa
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    ROSA RUBIGINOSA

    Charming single pink rose flowers, with a white centre behind a mop of prominent stamens, displayed against bright green foliage with serrated edges and a fragrance of apples. The flowers later give way to large red hips making it an attractive autumn feature too. This plant has a dense and thorny habit and lends itself well to hedging or for masking unwanted features. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  9. Rosa rugosa
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    ROSA RUGOSA

    Large shocking pink single rose flowers, with petals like tissue paper, stand out like beacons against the deeply-veined, large bright green leaves ultimately giving way to fat, glossy orange hips that are just as attractive as the flowers. This is a fast-growing rose with a dense and bushy habit that makes it a good choice for a summer-flowering hedge with autumn interest. The extremely thorny stems make it a good deterrent barrier too. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  10. Salvia argentea
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    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

    $3.65

  11. Salvia recognita
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    SALVIA RECOGNITA

    An extremely pretty pale pink salvia with touches of red and white on the petals contrasted against large grey-green foliage. This native of Turkey likes the sun, and is cold and drought hardy but can be fussy about soil quality and humidity (do not over water!). Flower spikes appear from July to August. ... Learn More

    $3.71

  12. Sanguisorba parviflora
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    SANGUISORBA PARVIFLORA

    Drooping flower spikes, at first closed and green then breaking into feathery white flowers, somewhat like overblown catkins, are suspended from July to October on tall wiry stems emerging from clumps of grassy foliage. A good choice to dot about in your herbaceous border where it will display well through neighbouring planting. Very few good seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  13. Saussurea nepalensis
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    SAUSSUREA NEPALENSIS

    An unusual alpine, with dark purple thistle-like flowers some 3cm across and papery, purple-tinged bracts are displayed in August above a basal rosette of long, deeply lobed leaves with white woolly undersides. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  14. Scabiosa caucasica alba
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    SCABIOSA CAUCASICA ALBA

    This elegant Scabious flower has larger than usual frilly white petals surrounding the pincushion centre. It is a clump-forming perennial, with lance-shaped leaves and individual, large flowers (up to 3cm across) on single stems. Regular dead-heading will prolong the display through the summer months and provides a good supply of excellent flowers for cutting. Best planted in full sun in well-drained soil. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  15. Scabiosa cretica
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    SCABIOSA CRETICA

    Large flat lavender coloured flowers, up to 3cm across, appear from May through to July above pretty silver foliage and display the characteristic pincushion mound at the centre. Perhaps the most attractive feature of this plant, however, are the perfectly spherical seed heads that form after the flowers have faded: you will become incredibly popular with local flower arrangers! Reflecting its Cretan heritage, this plant is drought tolerant and will thrive in hot, dry, poor, well-drained soil and is a reliable performer in coastal areas. As with other Scabious, the butterflies and bees will be regular visitors. ... Learn More

    $3.26

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