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Kelways Collection of 3 Fragrant Peonies
Kelways Collection of 3 Fragrant Peonies
A Kelways collection of 3 fragrant peonies. These are the largest grade of field grown peonies - and will flower next summer! Kelways are famous for the highest quality peonies which are far superior to supermarket pre-packs. Price includes delivery. Contains one each of Sarah Bernhardt, Inspecteur Lavergne and Duchesse de Nemours.
£25.00
Single Snowdrops (in-the-green)Single Snowdrops (in-the-green)
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Single Snowdrops (in-the-green)
The Common Snowdrop, a classic harbinger of the start of a new year, bringing joy and hope during the darkest days of winter. Plant them in large numbers where they will spread to form drifts, for a wonderful dreamy effect which will get better every year.
£16.99
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Achillea millefoliumAchillea millefolium
Achillea millefolium
An upright herbaceous perennial with feathery foliage and flat clusters of creamy white flowers in summer, sometimes flushed pink.
£4.99
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Digitalis purpurea AlbaDigitalis purpurea Alba
Digitalis purpurea Alba
A short-lived perennial with upright habit that given the right conditions will happily self-seed. Wonderful statuesque spires of white, tubular flowers in summer above rosettes of large, hairy, dark green foliage.
from £4.99
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Paeonia Jan Van Leeuwen
Paeonia Jan Van Leeuwen
(Van Leeuwen 1928) Japanese style flower. Large white outer guard petals cup a centre of narrow golden yellow petaloids, and the middle of the bloom has green carpels. The foliage is quite distinct with a ribbed effect of the leaves. This peony was one of the jewels in Tom Stuart Smiths garden at the 2008 Chelsea Flower Show, which was grown for the show by us! Mid season growing to about 90cm in height. Unusually, the emerging shoots on this peony are green rather than red making a lovely contrast.
£13.99
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Griselinia littoralis
Griselinia littoralis
A fast-growing, evergreen shrub ideal for screening relatively quickly, with bright green, glossy leaves and bearing small, insignificant green flowers in spring sometimes followed by purple fruits.
from £12.99
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Kelways Collection of 3 Fragrant Peonies (2)
Kelways Collection of 3 Fragrant Peonies (2)
A Kelways collection of 3 fragrant peonies. These are the largest grade of field grown peonies - and will flower next summer! Kelways are famous for the highest quality peonies which are far superior to supermarket pre-packs. Price includes delivery. Contains one each of Bowl of Beauty, Krinkled White, and Nymphe
£25.00
Miracle-Gro Peat Free Premium All Purpose Compost with Organic Plant FoodMiracle-Gro Peat Free Premium All Purpose Compost with Organic Plant Food
Peat Free
Miracle-Gro Peat Free Premium All Purpose Compost with Organic Plant Food
Miracle-Gro Peat Free Premium All-Purpose Compost with Organic Plant Food is part of the high-performing Miracle Gro peat-free range. Containing a unique formulation including organic plant food, this peat free compost provides the optimum structure for roots to grow strong and preventing them from drying out.
£6.99

English Bluebells (in-the-green)English Bluebells (in-the-green)
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English Bluebells (in-the-green)
English Bluebells. These are the native ones, and have been nursery grown in  the UK. Gorgeous violet blue flowers in profusion. Even if you can't plant a bluebell wood, just a little corner of your garden with some clumps of our native bluebells will provide immeasurable pleasure each spring, and the bees will love them!
£29.99
Digitalis Sutton's Apricot
Digitalis Sutton's Apricot
This variety of the popular foxglove bears tall spires of beautiful apricot flowers in early summer.
from £4.50
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Paeonia Nymphe
Paeonia Nymphe
Pretty single flowers of apple blossom pink which are delightfully fragrant. A free flowering peony which quickly forms a sturdy plant smothered with blooms. This is a later flowering variety which does particularly well in a shady part of the garden. Medium height growing to approximately 90cm.
£10.99
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Double Snowdrops (in-the-green)
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Double Snowdrops (in-the-green)
The Double Snowdrop, has fuller flowers with striking green markings on the petals. Dainty floral perfection, and every bit as easy to grow as the single form.
£24.99
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Paeonia Solange
(Lemoine 1907) Large full double of creamy white with a suffusion of pale salmon pink in the depths of the flower. These gorgeous scented blooms are very long lasting. The foliage is good with dark and strong stems. Good autumn colour. A later flowering peony growing to about 90cm.
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Tiarella Spring Symphony
Tiarella Spring Symphony
Deeply lobed, dark green foliage with deep black markings and short stems of fluffy creamy white flowers opening from pink buds in summer.
£5.99
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Paeonia Duchesse de Nemours
Paeonia Duchesse de Nemours
(Calot 1856) One of the oldest peonies, and certainly the most famous double white peony.  A full bloom with incurving petals of pure white that are lemony green at the base. Free flowering and highly scented. One of the earlier flowering cultivars so an excellent choice for prolonging the flowering season. This is a shorter variety growing to approx 85cm making it a great choice for a windy garden. A popular garden variety that will never fail to deliver.
£10.99
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Achillea Appleblossom
Achillea Appleblossom
A lovely and easy to grow perennial with feathery, aromatic fern-like foliage and upright stems of huge flattened clusters of appleblossom pink flowers for weeks on end throughout summer and into autumn. Great for pollinating insects.
£4.99
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Armeria maritima Alba
Armeria maritima Alba
A very good groundcover plant for the summer, thriving in dry soils, with clumps of dark green foliage bearing a covering of small, white flowers from late spring through summer.  Great for coastal gardens with average to poor soil.
£4.99
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Paeonia Marie Lemoine
(Calot 1869) A classic nineteenth century peony which is still adored 140 years later. Large globe shaped flowers of soft creamy white. Similar to Duchesse de Nemours, but possibly a little more yellow in the centre of the bloom. The sweetly scented flowers are particularly good for cutting. A later flowering variety which is also shorter growing to 85cm so it rarely needs staking.
Was £14.99 Now £10.49
Anemone Wild SwanAnemone Wild Swan
Anemone Wild Swan
A wonderful variety with large white flowers with a mauve-blue reverse. Awarded Plant of the Year at the 2011 RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
£5.99

Levington Peat Free Organic Blend Top SoilLevington Peat Free Organic Blend Top Soil
Peat Free
Levington Peat Free Organic Blend Top Soil
An Organic Rich fertile loam-based soil that promotes healthy root growth. Perfect for creating new beds and borders, replacing old soil, levelling lawns and making compost.
£3.99
Libertia peregrinans
Libertia peregrinans
A suckering, evergreen perennial forming a clump of narrow, grass-like leaves, often tinted orange, producing short stems of bowl-shaped white flowers in late spring and early summer.
£11.99

Paeonia Avalanche
Paeonia Avalanche
(Crousse). One of the very oldest of peonies, with large bomb shaped flowers of pure milky white. Really good form and a robust growing plant. Height to around 90cm. Mid season flowering. Often seen in large traditional borders that one might see at a National Trust property.
£10.99
Paeonia Coral Charm
Paeonia Coral Charm
(Wissing 1964). The amazing colour changing peony which has become one of the most popular for the cut flower market worldwide. Semi double with many blooms held on strong stems. The buds open salmon pink and gradually change to orange and finally to yellow. This is a truly ravishing plant. These particular peonies thrive best in soils that are not too wet in the winter. Early flowering during May, before the traditional lactiflora types. A medium grower attaining a height approx 90cm. Plant it where your neighbours will see it!
£12.99
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Salvia Caradonna
Salvia Caradonna
A wonderful cultivar of ornamental sage with erect stems bearing masses of small, violet-blue flowers throughout summer and into autumn.
from £4.50
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Globe Artichoke
Globe Artichoke
A spectacular perennial with striking foliage and thistle-like violet-blue flowerheads produced during the summer and early autumn.  Suitable for a mixed border to add height and structure. The flower buds are edible and known more commonly as Globe Artichokes.
£2.99
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Brunnera Jack Frost
Brunnera Jack Frost
A really useful and attractive herbaceous perennial grown for its large, heart-shaped, silver-edged leaves with deep green veining. In spring it bears sprays of small, forget-me-not-like blue flowers.
from £5.99
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Echinops Veitch's Blue
Echinops Veitch's Blue
Wonderful globes of blue, thistle-like flowers which attract hoards of insects into the garden. A valuable and fairly easy-to-grow plant which is also good as a dried flower.
from £5.99
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Grevillea Mount Tamboritha
Grevillea Mount Tamboritha
An evergreen shrub from Australia of low-growing habit with narrowly oval leaves on long stems culminating in bright pink flowers in spring and summer.
£12.99
Paeonia Eden's Perfume
Paeonia Eden's Perfume
A triple decker, with an outer shell of broad pale pink guard petals. Then a main tier of blush pink yellow tinged petals. The centre is more tufted with the same pale pink upward facing petals. Mid season flowering and growing to around 90cm. This impressive peony is consistently one of our bestsellers.
£14.99

Paeonia Sword Dance
Paeonia Sword Dance
(Auten 1933). Very large japanese style peony deep carmine guard petals, and with the brightest golden centre. A stunning centrepiece for the June garden, the foliage is deep and lush, sturdy stems mean the plants do not need staking. Flowering over an extended period this is a great garden peony. Height around 90cm
£10.99
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Polystichum munitum
Polystichum munitum
A robust evergreen fern forming a large clump of erect, narrowly lance-shaped fronds.
£12.99
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Heuchera Blackberry Jam
Heuchera Blackberry Jam
An evergreen perennial with dark, red-purple leaves with ebony veining and a silvery sheen producing panicles of small white flowers.
£10.99
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Paeonia Doctor Alexander Fleming
(Kelway) A beautiful hybrid between the famous peonies Bunker Hill and Sarah Bernhardt. Rounded blooms of deep apple blossom pink with a sweet scent. Freely produced side buds extend the flowering period so that this charming peony may still be in flower right at the end of June. It has a short dense bushy habit with good foliage and will grow to a height of approximately 90cm. This great garden plant is always one of our top 10 recommended peonies.
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Paeonia Karl Rosenfield
(Rosenfield 1908). Very bright globe shaped flowers of crimson red. The golden stamens become more prominent as the flowers mature.  Free flowering on strong stems with fine foliage. A good garden variety which produces excellent blooms for cutting. Late. Ht. 85 cms.
Was £10.99 Now £8.79
Paeonia Sarah Bernhardt
Paeonia Sarah Bernhardt
One of the best loved of all garden peonies. Large double flowers of apple blossom pink. The flowers are very sweetly perfumed and this peony is one of the best for cutting. Sarah Bernhardt is a taller variety of peony often growing to 95cm, so ideal for the back of the border. It may require staking. Flowers are freely produced often to the end of June so it is great for extending the flowering season. The Sarah Bernhardt peony was introduced in 1906 by the French breeder Monsieur Lemoine and named after Sarah Bernhardt, a French actress - some say the most famous actress the world has ever known. She had a famous coffin in which she often slept instead of a bed, as she reckoned it helped her understand her many tragic roles. Whilst performing in la Toscana in 1905 she jumped off a parapet and injured her knee which led to her leg being amputated. The saying "doing a Sarah Bernhardt" refers to having a melodramatic moment, a tribute to Sarah's extraordinary talent for tragic drama.One thing we do know for sure, is that Sarah's namesake, just like the icon herself, is a beauty of a peony and one of our most popular blooms!
£10.99
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Paeonia Shimanofuji
Paeonia Shimanofuji
Immense open cup shaped blooms of a rich shade of lavender pink with darker flares at the base of the petals. Bright grey green foliage. This is one of those cultivars which seems to take forever to open as you watch the buds getting larger and larger. But when a flower opens....gosh! Height and spread after 8 years approx 120cm x 90cm. Late flowering, a good choice to extend the season.
£60.00
Salvia Icing SugarSalvia Icing Sugar
Salvia Icing Sugar
A really attractive cultivar producing racemes of bicolour, pink and pale lilac flowers with purple calyces in summer and early autumn.
from £4.50
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Potato Pink Fir Apple
Potato Pink Fir Apple
A great late salad variety.  Unusual nutty flavour from finger-like tubers.
£2.49
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Berberis darwinii
Berberis darwinii
A vigorous, evergreen shrub of dense, upright habit with glossy, spiny, dark green foliage and bearing pendular racemes of dark orange flowers in spring, occasionally again in autumn followed by round, blue-black fruits.
£19.99
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Hakonechloa macra
Hakonechloa macra
A small, ornamental, slow-spreading semi-evergreen grass which builds into cascading hummocks of green. Fantastic planted in drifts, particularly when it bears its lime green flowers in late June to early July.
£12.99
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Helianthemum Ben LediHelianthemum Ben Ledi
Helianthemum Ben Ledi
A low, spreading, evergreen shrub with dark green, glossy leaves and bearing bright rose-pink flowers in summer with golden stamens.
£4.50

Paeonia Festiva Maxima
(Miellez 1851) Large white flowers with crimson flecks on some of the central petals. Every flower is unique and the flecking may be more prominent in different seasons. A very floriferous and fragrant peony which is also an excellent cutting variety. The blooms are borne on strong stems and the foliage is lustrous and dark green. A thoroughly excellent and reliable peony. Mid season. Taller growing to around 95cm.
Was £10.99 Now £7.69
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Paeonia Lady Alexandra Duff
Paeonia Lady Alexandra Duff
(Kelway 1902) This is one of Kelways finest introductions. Very large double blooms with rose pink guard petals and an inner raised crown of paler flesh pink to cream petals. The side flowers which are freely produced tend to be more semi-double. The blooms have the most alluring fragrance. Mid season flowering, and growing to a medium height of about 90cm. This is the one to beat!
£10.99
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Achillea Summer Berries
An upright perennial with grey-green, fern-like foliage producing large, flat clusters of tiny flowers in shades of pink and red throughout the summer.
£4.99
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Euphorbia robbiaeEuphorbia robbiae
Euphorbia robbiae
The Wood Spurge bears dark, glossy, green leaves contrasting with the yellowish bracts of the flower heads displayed in spring.
from £4.99
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Kelways Coral Peony Collection
Kelways Coral Peony Collection
Our Kelways Coral Peony Collection. These are the largest grade of field grown peonies - and will flower this summer! Kelways are famous for the highest quality peonies which are far superior to supermarket pre-packs. Contains one each of Coral Sunset, Coral Charm and Pink Hawaiian Coral
£25.00
Paeonia Cardinal Vaughan
Paeonia Cardinal Vaughan
Episcopal purple...a marvellous tint! Large glorious saucer shaped blooms of deep episcopal purple, with a sumptuous richness of colour. A most worthwhile garden shrub, which is highly recommended for a first time grower. Perfect for building up your confidence in these exceptional shrubs. Early flowering, so its also a useful plant to extend the flowering season. Height and spread after 8 years approx 120cm x 90cm.
£60.00
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