Lilium Nepalense
Lilium Nepalense
Lilium Nepalense is happiest in semi shade, plant it in a reasonably well drained site so that it doesn't sit in too much wet in the winter, it's not that fussy as it will cope with our wet Welsh winters! It likes a neutral to acid soil and will reward you with scent, although this can be a little unpredictable with some more scented than others and often more strongly scented in the evening. Bulbs are supplied during the dormant season, other times in a 1.5ltr pot and cut back for packing when at full height.
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Melittis Melissophyllum ‘Royal velvet distinction’
Melittis Melissophyllum ‘Royal velvet distinction’

This plant is a real favorite with bees and butterflies, it's stunning flowers look like orchid blooms. Easy to grow , it has honey scented foliage and looks great  between shrubs or on the border. Plants are supplied in 1.5ltr pots. This is a patented plant and commercial propagation is prohibited without a licence.

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Myrtus ugni ( Ugni molinae) “Kapow”
Myrtus ugni ( Ugni molinae) “Kapow”
Myrtus ugni "Kapow" is an evergreen shrub also known as the Chilean guava it has small dark green leathery leaves " Kapow" was named by James Wong waving the flag for unusual edibles,Myrtus ugni "Kapow" produces dark red berries that taste a bit like wild strawberries x kiwi, and are ripe in late Autumn, it's self fertile too, the fruits make excellent jam or try them in muffins. In May small palest pink bell shaped flowers appear, maybe the common name should have been the lily of the valley tree.It is best grown in a sunny sheltered spot, if you don't have one it's equally happy in a pot so that you can move it under cover for the winter. Plants supplied in a 9cm pot.
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Nepenthes compost
Nepenthes compost
Nepenthes compost - Nepenthes like a slightly more open medium than other carnivorous plants . This is the what you need ! sold in a 3ltr bag.
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Paeonia ‘Festiva maxima’
Paeonia ‘Festiva maxima’
Peony Festiva maxima has the most beautiful double white blooms, flecked with dark red.The flowers are held on strong stems and with their good fragrance make an excellent cut flower, if you can bring yourself to denude your garden! Plants are supplied in a 2-3ltr pot and will have to be cut back when in full growth.
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Paradisea Liliastrum
Paradisea Liliastrum
Paradisea liliastrum ( St Bruno's lily) is a hardy clump forming herbaceous perennial it has been awarded the R.H.S.award for garden merit which it apply deserves , being mostly pest free, it has strap like leaves and strong stems that hold it's white trumpet shaped flowers, a native of the Pyrenees and Alps it copes well with our British weather. Plants are supplied in a 1.5ltr pot.
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Phlox divaricata subsp. laphamii “Chattahooche”
Phlox divaricata subsp. laphamii “Chattahooche”
Phlox Chattahooche has a trailing habit and is an excellent plant for colour in a semi shaded site , it's lightly fragrant flowers are  held in clusters amongst thin sage green leaves on dark stems. Plants are supplied in a 9cm pot.
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Phlox Maculata ‘ Natascha’
Phlox Maculata ‘ Natascha’
Phlox Maculata 'Natascha' has the most beautiful, scented pink and white striped flowers held on strong stems that make a great cut flower. Phlox maculata is more resistant to mildew than Phlox paniculata in fact plants here have always been mildew free! A reliable plant that forms a good clump happy in most conditions apart from deep shade and boggy sites. Plants are supplied in a 1.5ltr pot.
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Phlox maculata “Omega”
Phlox maculata “Omega”
Phlox maculata "Omega" is a tough hardy perennial with scented flowers in mid to late summer. Unlike Phlox paniculata which can suffer from mildew in pots or dry conditions, Phlox maculata is mildew proof! and makes an excellent cut flower. Plants are supplied in a 9cm pot.    
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Phlox paniculata ‘Picasso’
Phlox paniculata ‘Picasso’
Delicate pink/white flowers held on strong stems, this hardy ,scented perennial makes an excellent cut flower. It is not suited to pot culture but is pest and disease resistant when grown in the ground. Plants are supplied bare root.
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PODOPHYLLUM ‘Spotty dotty’
PODOPHYLLUM ‘Spotty dotty’
Herbaceous woodlander that has large mottled leaves that emerge in the spring like small umbrellas bursting from the ground, they have a velvet surface with a red flower that hangs under them, a real stunner for a shaded well drained area. Supplied in a 1.5ltr pot
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Polemonium “Stairway to heaven”
Polemonium “Stairway to heaven”
Polemonium "Stairway to heaven" is a hardy perennial with pretty clusters of pale blue flowers held over variegated foliage , the green fern-like leaves are edged in white flushed pink , they look especially good in a semi shaded spot where they really brighten up a dull corner.Plants are supplied in 1.5ltr pots
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Primula Alpicola  50 seeds
Primula Alpicola 50 seeds
This elegant primula is a lot tougher than it looks, it has the most fantastic scent and is happy in damp places in sun or shade. It forms a good sized clump that can be divided after flowering. Flowers are either white or mauve. The packet contains 50 seed.
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Primula Alpicola 1.5ltr
Primula Alpicola 1.5ltr
This elegant and delicate primula is a lot tougher than it looks! it has the most fantastic scent and is happy in damp places in sun or shade. Native to the eastern Himalayas where it grows in shady bogs and alpine meadows it has adapted well to our British conditions growing well in the border, it will form a good clump that can eventually be divided after flowering.Plants are supplied in a 1.5ltr pot and as the picture shows are either white or Mauve. ( also available in a 9cm pot see other Primula Alpicola listing)
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PRIMULA ALPICOLA 9cm
PRIMULA ALPICOLA 9cm
This elegant and delicate looking primula is tougher than it looks! it has the most fantastic scent and is happy in damp places in Sun or shade. Native to the eastern Himalayas where it grows in shady bogs and alpine meadows it has adapted well to our British climate making it a great addition to the border or pond side, where it will form a good sized clump that can be divided after flowering. Flowers are mixed either in a shades of mauve or cream to white. ( also available in a 1.5ltr pot see other listing)
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PRIMULA FLORINDAE RED/ORANGE shades.
PRIMULA FLORINDAE RED/ORANGE shades.
Primula Florindae is one of the largest primula species, we have been selecting and breeding the strongest shades of red and orange and now have a great selection.  The perfect place for these big boys is in a damp shady place , they look great on the edge of a pond , but they will grow happily in the border in full sun as long as they don't dry out! They are hardy to - 25c and will form a good clump that can be divided after flowering. These plants are supplied in a 9cm pot.
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Primula vialii
Primula vialii
Primula vialii is also known as the orchid primula , it's a real eye catcher when it's in bloom which it starts to do in May, but if it's really happy and especially if you keep it well fed after it's first flush it will often flower well into August. It likes a moist soil in the summer but not too wet in the winter, so it's those mythical moist but well drained conditions! The leaves are velvety when they first appear becoming smoother as the season progresses Plants are supplied in a 9cm pot.
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Primula vialii ” Alison Holland”
Primula vialii ” Alison Holland”
With all the beauty of the red/mauve form with classy white flowers! This new introduction is sterile and won't set seed, happiest in a semi shaded site, in moist in warm weather, but well drained in winter conditions. Plants are supplied in a 9cm pot.
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Primula Vialii seeds
Primula Vialii seeds
Primula vialii likes average to moist conditions in the summer but not too much wet in the winter. Full sun to semi shade, it will grow in shade but flowers less. Seeds should be sown on the surface of multi purpose compost and covered with perlite or a dusting of compost , seeds need light to germinate at 15c ,windowsill, unheated greenhouse or later in the season outside will do. Each packet contains approximately 100 seed
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PRIMULA Wilsonii
PRIMULA Wilsonii
Primula Wilsonii has rich ,dark red flowers that first appear in May, if we have a warm late summer they will have a second flush in August. Happiest in average to damp, well drained soil in sun or semi shade. Primula Wilsonii is evergreen so it doesn't get lost in the border over winter! and has aromatic roots and leaves, it forms a good clump that can be divided after flowering. It is in my opinion one of the classiest primulas! Plants are supplied in a 9cm pot
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Primula Wilsonii seed
Primula Wilsonii seed
Primula Wilsonii , hardy, evergreen, velvety red flowers. sow on the surface of multipurpose compost do not exclude light, seed will germinate at 15c.I leave mine in an unheated greenhouse. Each packet contains 50 seed.
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Ranunculus Aconitifolius ‘Flore pleno’
Ranunculus Aconitifolius ‘Flore pleno’

Ranunculus aconitifolia' flore pleno' is happy in the shade where it's neat white button flowers, shine out, but it will also grow well in the sun as long as it doesn't dry out. Fully hardy and slug proof this really is a plant that deserves to be more widely planted. It's flowers are held on strong stems that give the illusion of floating flowers that appear in  April and last well into July.It will form into a nice clump that can be divided while dormant in the Autumn.

Plants are supplied in 9 cm pots.

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Rhodohypoxis baurii “Lily Jean”
Rhodohypoxis baurii “Lily Jean”
Rhodohypoxis baurii "Lily Jean" is a tiny jewel of a plant, it needs full sun and well drained conditions especially in the winter, this little lovely most definitely does NOT want to have a soggy bottom from November - March. It also prefers an acid soil if you're growing in pots an ericaceous compost with grit is what makes them happiest. It's double pink flowers sometimes appear pale but darken with time. Plants supplied in a 9cm pot.
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Rubus spectabilis ‘Olympic double’
Rubus spectabilis ‘Olympic double’
Rubus spectabilis 'Olympic double' is a deciduous shrub, fully hardy and not fussy about it's soil, bogs are best avoided! It almost looks like a rose when it flowers, but this tough chap has no problems with black spot or greenfly, in fact if visitors to your garden sweep swiftly past it they may well think it's the healthiest rose they've ever seen! It does have a suckering habit so don't plant it in somewhere that you don't want it to fill a space because it will spread, if you want to keep it smaller you can prune it's mature, thorny stems back each year after flowering. Plants are supplied in a 2ltr pot.
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Salvia “Madeline” ( PBR)
Salvia “Madeline” ( PBR)
Salvia "Madeline" likes a sunny well drained spot, well suited to containers. Although it's main flowering time is summer if cut back after flowering it will reflower into September. It's bi-coloured flowers are held on strong stems and make a good cut flower. Plants are supplied in a 1ltr pot
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Salvia x Jamensis ” Natchvlinder”
Salvia x Jamensis ” Natchvlinder”
Not the hardiest plant on our website but given a sheltered well drained site or grown in a pot and moved to shelter for the winter well worth growing.It's small mid green leaves have an amazing scent of blackcurrants so it's great for growing near to a path where it can be brushed by passers by. The flowers are edible but really look too good to eat! with their deep maroon/purple petals they are popular with the bees. Plants are supplied in a 9cm pot. ( plants have now been potted into 1.5ltrs and are not quite rooted to the bottom but rather than squish them back into a 9cm we will send as they are.)
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Sambucus nigra ‘Black beauty’
Sambucus nigra ‘Black beauty’
Best sited in full sun to get the best dark foliage from this reliable sturdy shrub, the dark burgundy almost black leaves make an excellent background for the pink and white flowers that open from dark red buds in May. Dark purple berries follow that are edible ( we use our to make wine!) but if you're not ready to harvest them for your own use the birds will gladly help you out as they love them. Although it will grow to 3mts in height it can be kept to about 1.2mts if you prune it back to about 60cms each winter , keeping it's shape more compact. Plants are supplied in a 1.5ltr pot.
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Sanguisorba minor ‘Little angel’
Sanguisorba minor ‘Little angel’
Dark red pom pom flowers held on strong stems over a mat of variegated foliage, good ground cover and if you feel tempted also edible! Happy in damp conditions. Plants supplied in a 9cm pot.
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Sarracenia ‘ Jedi’
Sarracenia ‘ Jedi’
Sarracenia 'Jedi' has dark red pitchers that curve smoothly at the top to give it a neat tidy shape . As with all Sarracenias it likes a wet , acid, low nutrient medium to grow in. Full sun will be the perfect place for this chap , too much shade would make him weak and leggy. No need to feed him he'll catch all his own grub, if you keep him on a windowsill he'll keep your kitchen fly free! Plants are supplied in a 1ltr pot and will be cut back during the winter.
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Sarracenia ‘Tara’
Sarracenia ‘Tara’
Sarracenia x 'Tara' has a cheeky smile! and a strong red colour to it's leaves. As with all sarracenias keep it wet and in full sun in an acid , low nutrient medium. Plants are supplied in a 1ltr pot and will be cut back during the winter.
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Sarracenia ‘Wrigleyana’
Sarracenia ‘Wrigleyana’
Sarracenia ‘Wrigleyana’ is a cross between Leucophylla and Psittacina. It’s pitchers curl over at the top, light shines through the white windows tempting flies into what appears to them to be an opening, only unfortunately for them it is a rapid fall to the pitchers depths!  Supplied in a 1ltr pot.
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Sarracenia Flava
Sarracenia Flava
Yellow pitchers growing here to 70cms, with yellow flowers, keep it wet with soft water or rain water.Supplied in a 1ltr pot.
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Sarracenia Leucophylla
Sarracenia Leucophylla
Red veined white pitchers appear after the large red flowers in May, catches more flies than any other species, great for keeping the flies down in your kitchen! Water with soft or rain water. Supplied in a 1ltr pot.
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Sarracenia Purpurea
Sarracenia Purpurea
The hardiest Sarracenia, growing along the east coast of North America and into Canada, it keeps it’s pitchers in winter, with a new crop joining them in the spring. This plant even eats slugs! Small ones, but a large slug will eat it so it works both ways, but at least the plants are fighting back. Supplied in a 1ltr pot.
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Sarracenia purpurea and Purpurea x seed
Sarracenia purpurea and Purpurea x seed
These seeds are collected from Sarracenia purpurea, some plants have been hand pollinated and will be pure purpurea others have been open pollinated and will be purpurea crosses ,all will have the very hardy nature of their on sure parent. Each packet contains a minimum of 30 seeds.
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Sarracenia seeds, mixed species and hybrids, 30 seeds.
Sarracenia seeds, mixed species and hybrids, 30 seeds.
A selection of seed from our Sarracenias, Flava, Leucophylla, Purpurea and crosses. This packet contains a minimum of 30 seed, and can be sown in the Autumn to germinate after a winter chill period, but I find I get good germination when I plant in June and leave seed undisturbed till the following late Spring/Summer. Sow on the surface of peat or peat/perlite mix and cover with a layer of perlite, stand the seed pot in a tray of shallow rain water, in a sunny place, an unheated greenhouse is fine.
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Sarracenia x ‘Mieke’
Sarracenia x ‘Mieke’
Sarracenia x Mieke is a cheeky looking plant , it almost smiles at you! as with all sarracenias it likes wet conditions in low nutrient medium. If you are in a hard water area you need to use rain water. If you keep it in the house or conservatory it will happily gobble up house flies all summer long, then it is best to put it out for a winter chill in an unheated greenhouse or shed and bring it back inside in February so that you can enjoy the beautiful flowers that come up before the pitchers. No need to feed these plants they get all the food they need from the insects they eat. Plants are supplied in a 1ltr pot
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Sauromatum ( Typhonium) venosum
Sauromatum ( Typhonium) venosum
Sauromatum venosum / Typhonium venosum produces an amazing flower in early spring before the leaves emerge, the interior of the spath looks like cream velvet spotted with dark maroon, it looks fab but smells bad! luckily it only lasts for a couple of days. The main attraction with this plant is really the incredibly snakeskin marked stems that hold a semicircle of bold green leaves. It likes to be well drained and in a shady spot out of cold winds, it's great for giving your garden a tropical feel! Plants are supplied in a 9cm pot.
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Saxifraga ‘Black ruby’
Saxifraga ‘Black ruby’
Shiney dark purple black leaves with deep pink flowers make this a real eye catching plant for a rockery, front of a shady border or for a container. Plants supplied in a 1ltr pot.
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Schizostylus coccinea ‘major’
Schizostylus coccinea ‘major’
Schizostylis coccinea 'Major' brings a burst of colour late in the season when everything else is thinking of of going to bed for the Winter! It is happy in average growing conditions but doesn't like to dry out too much in the Summer, but neither does it like too much wet in the Winter, this makes it sound as if it's fussy but it's really a very easy plant that grows well here in Wales even with our somewhat soggy Winters. It will form a good sized clump eventually at least 60cms or more wide that can be divided preferably in Spring , although I have divided Schizostylis all through the seasons and it's never let me down. Plants are supplied - bare root Oct - March . 1.5ltr pot - March onwards.
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