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Iris sibirica Gull's Wing
Iris sibirica Gull's Wing
Beautiful white flowers, with a slightly faded yellow centre, resting against dark foliage. 
£15.99
Iris sibirica Papillon
Iris sibirica Papillon
Iris Papillion produces a beautiful flower, a mixture of blue on the outer petals and a yellow base - resting against a darker green foliage. 
£9.99

Iris sibirica White Swirl
Iris sibirica White Swirl
White flowers of much grace and charm. Long narrow leaves form a large clump of foliage, above which the flower stems appear in early June. The flowers look like groups of dancing butterflies. Totally reliable perennials which thrive in normal garden soil, but will do particualry well in moist to damp soil where they will reach their full height.
from £12.99
Iris Superstition
Iris Superstition
One of the elite bearded iris with dusky purple-black flowers and grey-green sword-like leaves. A long blooming period makes this a particularly rewarding garden iris.

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£11.99
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Lychnis flos-cuculi
Lychnis flos-cuculi
An upright perennial with branched stems bearing terminal clusters of star-shaped, rose pink flowers from late spring and into summer. An attractive wild flower which can be grown successfully and to great effect in a cottage garden setting. To help prolong the flowering, deadhead regularly.
£9.99
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Nepeta Six Hills Giant
Nepeta Six Hills Giant
Spikes of lavender blue flowers throughout the summer above silvery aromatic leaves, makes this an attractive and robust catmint for the garden.
from £4.99
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Persicaria amplexicaulis Alba
Persicaria amplexicaulis Alba
An upright, clump-forming perennial with dark green leaves producing narrow spikes of tiny, narrow, bell-shaped white flowers on long stems from mid summer into autumn.
from £9.99
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Persicaria Donald Lowndes
Persicaria Donald Lowndes
A mat-forming, semi-evergreen perennial with dark green, elliptic leaves, producing erect spikes of small pink flowers, darkening as they mature.
£10.99
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Persicaria Red Baron
Persicaria Red Baron
Long, wiry stems of bright red flowers in summer and early autumn.
from £9.99
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Phalaris Feesey
Phalaris Feesey
An evergreen grass with green and white striped, strap-shaped, arching leaves that may be pink-tinted in spring and unexciting narrow panicles of spikelets in summer.
from £4.50

Polemonium Bressingham Purple
Polemonium Bressingham Purple
Clump-forming herbaceous perennial with attractive dark purple leaves.  Produces large, single blue flowers from early to mid summer giving contrast to the dark stems and foliage. They have been cut back hard, but will re-flush in the Autumn. 
from £5.50
Polygonatum Red Stem
Polygonatum Red Stem
Arching red stems with oval, green foliage, producing fragrant, pendulous cylindrical, creamy white flowers either singularly or in pairs beneath the leaves in late spring and early summer, followed by blue-black fruits in autumn.
£12.99

Primula veris
Primula veris
A British native, this plant displays fragrant, deep yellow flowers in late spring on downy stems up to 20cm long.
from £4.50
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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.

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from £4.99
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Salvia Mainacht
Salvia Mainacht
A compact, herbaceous perennial with deep green, aromatic foliage and bearing racemes of deep violet-blue flowers in summer. 

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from £4.99
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Salvia Rose QueenSalvia Rose Queen
Salvia Rose Queen
Clusters of deep pink buds opening to pale pink flowers in upright spikes in summer with aromatic foliage.
from £7.99
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Silene fimbriata
Silene fimbriata
Rosettes of soft green foliage producing upright stems of feathery, white flowers in late spring and summer with fat, light green calyces.
£9.99
Silene latifolia subsp. alba
Silene latifolia subsp. alba
A native plant found rather extensively in open fields and wastelands, bearing white flowers on a conspicuous bladder-like calyx. The plants flower from May often through until October. They can become invasive if left to run riot owing to the huge amount of seed they produce, but by carefully removing some of the spent flowers before they set their seed, you should be able to relatively easily manage them. White campions are very worthwhile plants as an attraction for beneficial insect-life in the garden.
£9.99

Stachys Big Ears
Stachys Big Ears
A mat-forming perennial with velvety, white-hairy green leaves producing spikes of purple flowers in summer.
from £9.99
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Thalictrum flavum glaucum
Thalictrum flavum glaucum
A strong, clump-forming perennial with glaucous, green leaves, producing branched panicles of pale yellow flowers in summer.
£11.99

Thalictrum Hewitt's Double
Thalictrum Hewitt's Double
Herbaceous perennial with fern-like foliage and bearing sprays of double, rosette-like. lilac-purple flowers in summer.
from £5.99
Verbena rigida
Verbena rigida
Clusters of fragrant, purple flowers are displayed on upright stems in summer.  With spreading, bushy growth, this plant provides an attractive feature for sheltered borders.
£9.99
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Viola Icy But Spicy
Viola Icy But Spicy
A compact, spreading, evergreen perennial with dark green leaves, producing sweetly fragrant, veined, pale blue lowers from spring to early autumn.
£9.99
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