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SN = Sun
SS = Semi Shade
SH = Shade

1= Normal Soil
2 = Moist & Well Drained
3 = Moist

OM after name =
Add organic matter to soil


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astilbe crispa perkeo

Price: £3.50

Unusual very stiff cut leaves which can turn bronze. Deep pink pyramids in the summer. The only type good in drier rockery conditions

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Athyrium nipponicum Ocean’s Fury

Price: £4.50

A very striking new variety with very cristate ends to the fronds which also have a twist. The leaves are also silvered. A strong grower

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billbergia nutans variegata

Price: £3.95

a variegated form of above

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blechnum chilense

Price: £8.95

evergreen fern from the southern hemisphere. Well formed large pinnate leathery dark green fronds from spreading clumps. Majestic. Requires a moist and sheltered spot to thrive and also acid soil

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canna brassiliensis

Price: £6.00

the canna�۪s like hot sun, fertile soil and do not like to get dry when growing. Either lift in winter or protect with deep dry mulch in milder areas. Easy subtropical looking plants with large banana shaped leaves and large orchid like flowers held above the foliage. This one is a smaller species with delicate flowers of red with a yellow streak, large vivd green leaves

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canna irridiflora

Price: £8.95

beautiful pendulous iridescent fuchsia pink flowers. Green leaves edged with red.

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canna musifolia

Price: £8.95

grown just for the foliage, its fantastic. Enormous nearly banana sized leaves. Both of these are a definite for a tropical looking garden

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cephalaria gigantea

Price: £3.75

masses of large primrose yellow scabious like flowers in summer

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chelonopsis moschata om

Price: £3.95

The Japanese Turtlehead, from Hokkaido, forming dense clumps and with tubular lipped rose pink flowers in late summer early autumn.

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colocasia gaoligongensis

Price: £8.95

(sold by us as C.faux fallax last year, now identified as this!) This one from China comes from an altitude of 9000 feet so it can take the cold. It has fantastic large heart shaped leaves with soft highlights. A must for the tropical effect.

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cornus canadensis

Price: £5.95

creeping dogwood with whorls of leaves and flowers in may and june composed of four white bracts and then followed by bright red berries. NEW

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cypripedium calceolus

Price: £35.00

Ladys slipper orchid with dark brown purple wings in summer. Needs leaf mould and a slightly alkaline soil. PLEASE ASK ABOUT FLOWERING SIZE PLANTS - 45 EACH (4/5 YEARS OLD)

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cypripedium kentuckiense

Price: £30.00

From central southern USA comes this new variety. Also having the biggest flowers of all the Cyps. Grow in a sandy soil or compost not loamy nor too much OM. The pH should be around 6. white cream sac and long twisted purplish wings.

FLOWERING NOW!! (�45)

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cypripedium reginae

Price: £30.00

In May/June this new variety has white wings and purplish pink pouches to the flowers.

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dactylorhiza fuchsii om

Price: £12.00

The Comon Spotted Orchid, purple spotted leaves. Light pink flowers with purple lines. Can take moist soils. Only a few available

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dactylorhiza praetermissia om

Price: £12.00

The Southern Marsh Orchid, from our own long established, unblemished stock, which self sows into other pots. With spires of deep reddish purple spotted flowers can take moist soil.

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dactylorhiza purpurella om

Price: £12.00

The Northern Marsh Orchid with purplish red flowers.

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dicentra cucullaria

Price: £3.95

white upright flowers over finely divided blue green foliage in spring. Requires gritty leafy soil thats fairly dry in the summer when the plant is dormant.

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dicentra scandens

Price: £6.95

climbing Dicentra from the Himalayas and Tibet. Clusters of pendant lemon yellow flowers during summer

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diphylleia cymosa

Price: £5.95

called the umbrella leaf. Up to 24" wide shallow fingered round leaves with spikes of white flowers in late spring followed by blue berries on red stalks. Best on leafy moist soil

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