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Schubertii has wonderful heads of star shaped flowers of pinkish red and only grows to 2 feet.
A wonderful selection of alliums of varieties that will flower from May to July. 30 Bulbs in total.
Spot On is a lovely violet purple with dark purple spots on the edge of the falls with a speckled white on the inner part of the falls.
Another new variety from Alan McMurtrie, Splish Splash is a combination of greens, blues, yellows and white.
A wonderful mixture of whites and blue shades of blanda anemones which are also known as the Grecian Wind Flower.
Ranunculoides has bright primrose yellow flowers and naturalise very well.
Mr Fokker is a wonderful rich blue coloured anemone that is great for use as cut flowers.
Whispering Dream has flowers of cerise pink with a white base and grow to 50cm.
The name is exactly as suggested, flowers of rich bordeaux red with a steely blue centre.
Orange Glow is aptly named and is a rare hybrid of hyemalis.
Happiness is a new deep yellow iris which is shaded green and has green spots on the falls.
Tomato Feed & Biostimulant to Promote Bumper Crops and Juicy Tomatoes.
Pure white flowers that are ideal for shady areas and have good leaf form.
Purple Rain is a princely allium and is reliable and fast increasing variety.
Red Sky has wonderful deep purplish beetroot red flowers and is stunning.
A great collection comprising 40 blue shades, 10 White Splendour and 10 Charmer (pink).
A fantastic selection of alliums that have been chosen to be attractive to insects for your garden.
Large flowers of pure white and like the other varieties will naturalise very well.
Anemone blanda Charmer is as it’s name suggests, a charming deep rose pink flowers and will naturalise very well.
Aptly named the Harlequin Flower, these come in a range of colours with masses of brights shades.
Mycorrhizal fungi that improves the rooting process of bulbs.
A very unusual blanda that has flowers of bright red with a pinkish white centre.
A lovely pure white coronaria anemone that we have supplied in the past as wedding favours – ideal as this is also called the Bride.
Triteleia used to be known as Brodiaea and produce stems of multiheaded flowers.
A wonderful mixture of colours that are great for use as cut flowers.
A very rare pale lemon yellow variety of hyemalis that has bright green leaves,
Also known as “Drumsticks” sphaerocephalon is great for bees and butterflies.
Limelight has wonderful bright buttercup yellow flowers.
A lovely dark red martagon lily that grows to between 3-5 feet tall.
Gorgeous violet purple flower heads that look fantastic in herbaceous borders.
A spectacular mixture of shades of purples, lilacs and mauves and classic white tulips.
Another unusual allium with bordeaux red flowers and a tuft of red on top of the heads.
Rudy has very attractive umbels of blue violet flushed creamy flowers.
A super mixture of mid to late flowering tulips hand mixed by ourselves to give the best possible array of colours.
St Brigid anemones are double varieties of coronaria anemones and come in a great range of colours.
This leucojum honours Gravetye Manor, the Sussex home of horticulturist and garden writer William Robinson (1838-1935) who introduced this plant.
Lily of the valley is a classic flower that loves growing in the shade.
The flowers of Purple Bird are a lovely purplish red and make excellent rockery plants.