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As well as our new introductions, we’ll also be showing our popular specialities, which will thrive in any size of garden!

Clematis
Clematis
Prized for their wide range of colours and flower sizes, Clematis are one of the most popular climbers available. We offer varieties that flower at different times of year, so with the right selection you can enjoy them over an extended season.
Echinacea
Echinacea
Coneflowers are a cottage garden classic! As well as looking sensational in beds and borders, they’re highly attractive to useful pollinating insects, so expect plenty of bees and butterflies to pay a visit. They’ll flower well into autumn, and look particularly good with ornamental grasses.
Clematis Taiga®
Clematis Taiga®
This fabulously showy and fast-growing Clematis likes to strut its stuff from midsummer onwards, keeping its stunning looks until well into the autumn. Compact and manageable, it will give a great performance in a large patio pot – why not let it scramble up an obelisk?
Ladybird Poppy
Ladybird Poppy
Easy to grow and a real showstopper in the garden, Ladybird Poppies (Papaver commutatum) have large, brilliant red flowers with handsome black spots – it’s not hard to see how they got their name! They’ll bloom from June until September, and make a stylish cut flower.
Clematis Cassis
Clematis Cassis
This is a gorgeous Raymond Evison variety that bears a profusion of star-shaped flowers from early summer until the start of autumn. With their ruffled petals, marked with a central stripe of purple, the blooms are a little like passion flowers, and are wonderful for cutting.
Eryngium
Eryngium
Also known as Sea Holly, this elegant perennial looks wonderful on its own, and will also provide some striking contrast in a mixed border. It gives its best performance in a warm and sunny spot, and may require some protection in an exceptionally cold winter.
Clematis Diamantina
Clematis Diamantina
Equally happy in sun or dappled shade, this stunning climber bears wonderful, fully double flowers that can last as long as four weeks! The plump green buds are bursting with promise, and the flowers open in the palest shade of green, turning an elegant powder blue as they mature.
Echium
Echium
Adding a stylishly exotic touch to a mixed border, Echium brings a taste of the tropics to a British garden. It’s native to the Canary Islands, but now grown widely in the UK and Ireland. Its impressive height and large leaves make it a great choice for a sheltered spot, away from wind.
Astrantia
Astrantia
A woodland plant that’s native to Switzerland, Astrantia was introduced to Britain in the late 16th century and has become a cottage garden favourite. Easy to grow, it will thrive in full sun or partial shade and favours a moist, reasonably fertile garden soil.

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