Category: Perennial Plants

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Rose (climbing) Madame Alfred Carriere – Bare Root

An Old Favourite And Still Very Much In Demand 'madame Alfred Carriere' Is An Excellent Choice Even For A North Wall With Its Vigorous Growth Belying The Delicate Beauty Of Its Flowers.  the Beautiful Ivory-coloured blooms  Look Like Rumpled Silk Hankies And They Smell Divine!plant This Rose Where It Can Ramble And Climb Profusely, And Give It Strong Supports To Take The Weight Of Its Flowers. our Roses Are Supplied Bare Root And Dormant, Ready To Burst Into Life In Spring. Excellent Value For Money, They Have A Minimum Of Three Strong Healthy Stems To Give You A Well Balanced Plant And Lots Of Flowers. Bare Root Plants Establish More Quickly And Can Be Planted Much Earlier Than Potted Roses.our Bare Root Roses Will Be Delivered From october To End Of April.  The Approximate Height Of The Delivered Bare Rooted Rose Is Up To 50cm/20in From Root To Tip.plant Bare Root Roses From October-april Into Well Prepared Weed Free Soil. (see Our Rose Growing Guide For Full Planting Instructions)

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Dierama Pink Rocket X3 9cm Pots

Dierama ‘pink Rocket’, Also Known As Angels Fishing Rods, Produces Grass Like Fishing Rod Stems With Masses Of Bright Pink Blossoms. Elegance And Sophistication Are Two Words That Best Describe This Plant. They Prefer Moist But Well Draining Soil So Are Perfect For A Gravel Garden, Interplanted With Grasses Where Their Vivid Flowers Will Stand Out And Sway In The Most Gentle Of Breezes. Dieramas Don’t Really Need To Be Pruned But Old Leaves Can Be Removed In Spring If They Look Unsightly.elegance And Sophistication Are Two Words That Best Describe This Plant. Ideal For Interplanting With Grasses With Their Vivid Flowers Will Stand Out And Sway In The Most Gentle Of Breezes.

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Echinacea Double Scoop Orange Berry X3 7cm Pots

Echinacea ‘double Scoop Orangeberry’ Is An Unusual Coneflower Which Has Well-branched, Robust And Compact Form. It Produces Big, Double Flowers With A Rich Red Middle Around Which Warm Orange Petals Are Held. Plant Them In A Sunny Mix Herbaceous Border Or In A Container Where It’ll Attract Butterflies And Other Beneficial Insects. Plant Plenty As They Make Really Good Cut Flowers. Echinacea ‘double Scoop Orangeberry’ Blloms From Midsummer For Months If Deadheaded Regularly However Dried Heads Will Still Look Attractive If Left On The Plant Over Winter, Where They Will Provide Food For Birds.fully Double Frilly Flowered Echinacea. This Orange/red Bicolour Is A Delight For Your Borders. Bushy Plants Provide Plenty Of Flowering Stems Through The Summer Months.

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Lily Of The Valley – Bare Root Plant – Buy 1 Get 1 Free

Order 1 Pack Of Lily Of The Valley  Rhizomes And We'll Send You Another Pack Absolutely Free!create A Sweet-smelling Indoor Display And A Perfume Filled Garden!lily Of The Valley (convallaria Majalis) Are Among The Most Fragrant Of Plants With Their Traditional Strong But Delicate Scent. They’ve Always Been Favourite Plants To Lighten Up Shady Gardens But They Also Make Fabulous Indoor Scented Plants.indoor Planting• Plant The Lily Of The Valley ‘pips’ Into Good Moisture Retentive Compost In A Shallow Decorative Container Indoors; A Wicker Basket Or Shallow Terracotta Trough Is Ideal.• Keep Them Warm And Moist And They’ll Send Up Delicate Spikes Of Scented White Bells.• Once They Have Delighted Indoors, You Can Plant Them Out In The Garden To Naturalise.outdoor Planting-plant The Rhizomes In Moist, Humus-rich Soil Min 2-3 Cm Deep, Spreading The Roots.  Once They Are Well Rooted They Will Spread By Means Of The Underground Rhizomes.-they Are An Excellent Ground Cover That Lasts Until Frost Sets  In. They Will Form Large Clumps That Need Almost No Care And Live For Many Years.- Lily Of The Valley Grow Best In A Moist Shaded Site, Thriving In Even Deep Shade.-they’ll Come Back Into Flower Every Year And Once Established They’ll Spread Into Glorious Carpets Of Spring Scent And Colour.-they  Can Be Divided And Replanted Between September      -november   

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Geranium Maculatum Espresso Bare Root Plants

This Geranium Maculatum Espresso Bare Root Plant Is A Cranesbill Type, Forming A Medium, Bushy Clump Of Unusual Dark Brown, Coffee-coloured Leaves. This Variety Is One Of The Earliest To Bloom, Appearing In Mid To Late Spring, And Has Clusters Of Pale Pink Cup-shaped Flowers. A Perfect Plant For Partial To Full Shade So Is Ideal For A Woodland Garden Or Perennial Border.geranium Maculatum Espresso Is Supplied As A Bare Root Plant So Plant It In Beds And Borders As Soon As You Receive It And Water Well. Species Geraniums Are Fully Hardy, With A Long Flowering Period. Cut Back The First Flush Of Spent Flowers And Shear Off The Old Foliage And The Plants Will Send Up New Leaves And A Second Flush Of Flowers In Late Summer.flowers: May-julyheight: 35cm/1ft

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Garden Pinks Scent Of Summer 3×5 Buy 2 Get 1 Free

Garden Pinks, Also Known As Dianthus, Are Mainstays Of The Cottage Garden But Have Other Uses Too. They’re Much Loved For Their Tissue Paper Like Flowers Which Are Heavily Scented And Highly Valued For Their Use As A Cut Flower. This Scented Garden Pinks Collection Contains Wonderful Variety Of Dianthus Which Will Brighten Up Pots, Beds And Borders With Their Beautiful Flowers And Their Scent, Which Will Gently Waft Through Your Garden. Keep Deadheading Their Flowers And They’ll Keep Blooming  From May To August.this Scented Garden Pinks Collection Is Perfect For Pots, Beds, Borders And Cut Flower Gardens. It Contains three Each Of:3 X Scented Garden Pinks ‘raspberry’3 X Scented Garden Pinks ‘white’3 X Scented Garden Pinks ‘red’3 X Scented Garden Pinks ‘pink Eye’3 X Scented Garden Pinks ‘blush’

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Pollen And Nectar Wildflower Plant Collection

After The Hugely Successful Wildflower Meadows Planted At The London Olympics, Many Gardeners Are Interested In Replicating This Planting Style. Fortunately, You Don't Need A Huge Area Of Land To Create Your Own Wildflower Patch. Planting Nectar-rich Perennial Wildflowers Can Create An Important Habitat And Provide A Valuable Source Of Food For Bees, Butterflies And Hoverflies. Our Wildflower Plug Plants Are The Quick Way To Create A Natural Habitat, And They Will Gradually Multiply And Spread Over Several Years. Wildflower Plants Will Look Great Planted Amongst Grass For A Really Wild Effect.for A Natural Covering Allow 10 Plants Per 1m².plug Plants Approximately 12cm/4in Tall Will Be Delivered From Late March.pollen And Nectar Wildflower Mix Rich In Nectar And Pollen, These Are Some Of The Best Food Plants For Butterflies – Both Adults And Caterpillars- Bees, Pollinating Insects And Birds. Perfect For Creating A Wild Flower Patch At The Bottom Of The Garden.the Collection Consists Of 10 Young Plants (2 Of Each Variety) Of:greater Knapweed,ox-eye Daisy,ragged Robin,toadflax,valerian 

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Penstemon Raven – Plants

Penstemons Are Versatile Plants Which Go On Producing One Wonderful Flower Stem After Another, Adding Sumptuous Colour To The Summer Garden Right Through To Autumn. They Are Very Weather Resistant And Are Rarely Bothered By Slugs Or Other Pests. Our Selections Are Among Some Of The Best And Have All Been Awarded The Coveted Rhs Award Of Garden Merit.flowers June- November. height 45-75cm. Spread 25cm.a Favourite Of Many This Deep Burgundy Flowered Variety Wow's In Cottage Gardens, And Striking Colour Combination Borders.why Choose Perennial Plants?-they Are Supplied As Large ‘garden Ready’ Young Plants – Typically Measuring 12-15cm/5-6in From Root To Tip When Delivered.-they Are Excellent Value For Money, Are Easy To Grow And Will Come Back Bigger And Better Each Year.-they Will Attract A Huge Range Of Wildlife From Bees And Beneficial Insects To Birds And Butterflies!.

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Coreopsis Limerock Passion – Plants

Coreopsis Are Reliable Garden Plants, They Are Trouble Free And Flower For A Long Period.masses Of Flowers Appear Early In The Summer. Each Bloom Is Covered By Even More As They Fade, With Flowers Continuing Until A Hard Frost.they Are Very Attractive To Bees And Other Insects And Love The Sun,  They Thrive In Most Soils.

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Salvia Hot Lips – Plants

Hot Lips Has Unique Red Tips And White Lips. All Red And All White Flowers Can Also Be Produced Depending On Weather Conditions.salvias Are Quite Simply A Bee Magnet! Salvias Are Amongst The Favourites Of Our Head Of Horticulture And Produce A Profusion Of Blooms Over A Very Long Period. They Are Hardy In All But The Most Extreme Conditions, Where Some Protection From The Cold Would Be Appreciated.