Plant lists and show dates updated for 2016

Our plant lists for 2016, and our show dates from February through to June, are now available. Please note that we are not able to provide a mail order service for our stock.

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Pick of the moment: Crocosmias

So, that time has come again where the fiery tones of Crocosmias are setting the nursery ablaze with colour. We have a fantastic range, right in their prime, from the deep red of ‘Hellfire’, through to the rich yellow of ‘Paul’s Best Yellow’, and the flaming ‘Golden Ballerina’ (pictured) somewhere in the middle. If you wanted to add some late colour to your garden, you can not go wrong with them.
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Pick of the moment: Echinaceas

It’s that time of year again, where Echinaceas are coming into their prime. We have a wide range of stunning varieties including ‘Summer Cocktail’ (pictured), ‘Summer Salsa’, ‘Milkshake’, ‘Eccentric’, ‘Southern Belle’ and ‘Marmalade’ to name but a few.

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Pick of the moment: Foxgloves

Foxgloves are currently erupting with flower spikes, and are a great addition to any garden. They are perfect for adding height and a burst of colour. Currently we have a great range of colours from the ‘Dalmatian’ series: Purple, Rose and Peach, as well as Digitalis purpurea ‘Snow Thimble’, ‘Sutton’s Apricot’ and Digitalis ‘Spice Island’

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Pick of the week: Daffodils

Now, although Spring may have retreated for a week or so, it has not stopped our daffodils coming into flower. We have a great range starting to rear their heads, such as; Narcissus ‘Small Talk’, Narcissus ‘minor’, Narcissus ‘Mite’, Narcissus asturiensis ‘Wavertree’ and Narcissus romieuxii ‘Julia Jane’. What is Spring without a few Narcissus to brighten up the place?

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Pick of the week: Crocuses

Spring seems to have finally sprung, and our crocuses are taking full advantage of any sunlight they can. We have at least a dozen different flowering crocuses at the moment including ‘Shock Wave’, ‘minimus’, ‘biflorus Miss Pain’, ‘Blue Pearl’ and ‘Prins Claus’. They are brilliant for adding a dash of early Spring colour.

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