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Heuchera villosa - Palace Purple

It's Purple Palace that put Heuchera firmly on map as a useful foliage perennial, soon followed by many other varieties. Purple palace has enduring popular appeal to gardeners as it is so useful as a decorative foliage edge of bed plant, it forms neat mounds. The leaves vary in the depth of colour and how metalic or bronze the leaves look, depends on available light. They will hold the reddness in their leaves in full sun but are more at home in dappled shade. They're more or less evergreen, clump-forming perennials with attractive, rounded, shallowly palmately lobed leaves and racemes.

5,50 €

Dahlia Pink Diamond

Pink Diamond is pretty splashed pink and white Dahlia. It's quite tall standing at around 120cm, so place at the rear or middle of herbaceous borders. They will need staking as the blooms are quite heavy for the hollow stems to hold up, use something stout for this and tie in regularly through summer. Loved by the pollinators, Happy Halloween will flower from July and on into October and may well still flowering for you come Halloween. They are quite happy in full sun on a moist, well-drained soil.

7,50 €

Dahlia Happy Halloween

A very neat and very orange Dahlia, giving good strong decorative colour. This a new variety that was named in 2009 and lasts extremely well as a cut flower. It's quite tall standing at around 120cm, so place at the rear or middle of herbaceous borders. They will need staking as the blooms are quite heavy for the hollow stems to hold up, use something stout for this and tie in regularly through summer. Loved by the pollinators, Happy Halloween will flower from July and on into October and may well still flowering for you come Halloween.

7,50 €

Dahlia Sam Hopkins

We love Sam Hopkins for its sumptuously dark buds. When they open the blooms are also dark and enticing. Is quite tall standing at around 100cm, so place at the rear or middle of herbaceous borders. They will need staking as the blooms are quite heavy for the hollow stems to hold up, use something stout for this and tie in regularly through summer. Loved by the pollinators, Sam Hopkins will flower from July and on into October. They are quite happy in full sun on a moist, well-drained soil.

7,50 €

Dahlia Roxy

Roxy is one of our favourite Dahilas, with its cheerful magenta daisy flowers on dark leaves, with a relatively compact habit. It will flower continuously for months, from June to October or first frosts. Roxy is from the Bishop group of Dahlias with cousins such as The Bishop of Llandaff. Loved by the pollinators, Roxy will carry on flowering if deadheaded regularly . They are quite happy in full sun on a moist, well-drained soil. The tubers are tender, but if you plant them deeply enough and mulch well at the end of autumn you can leave them in the ground.

7,50 €

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