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Artemisia Silver King

Silver Kings is vigorous but can be extremely useful in places where all else fails, spots in full sun all day, on sunny free-draining slopes. The plant will quickly form a clump of fragrant silvery leaves that white on the underside and covered with small hairs that protect them from excessive moisture loss due to evaporation. Small white insignificant flowers follow in the summer. If it becomes to leggy or starts collapsing under its own weight, simply cut down by 50-70% it will quickly rejuvenate. Perhaps to vigorous except for the largest herbaceous beds, good in pots, raised beds.

6,00 €

Digitalis Princess Pippa

A deep pink perennial hardy digitalis with tightly packed flowers. Perennial foxgloves are sterile, so they can produce flowering spires all summer long as no seed is produced. Simply remove faded spires to encourage more of them. They literally are a beacon to bees and hoverflies. Flowering from late spring well into autumn. Plant in a sunny position on well drained, fertile soil; or in containers. They are easy grow and rewarding to have in the garden, and make good cut flowers. Hardy Perennial.

8,50 €

Echinacea Raspberry Truffle

Raspberry Truffle is a short, stout, well-branched Echinacea. Perfect for any sunny position in the garden. The double blooms are pinky-salmon that change to more of a coral-pink as it fades; atop dark stalks. This is an exceptional bushy Echinacea with dark, lush foliage. During the season dead-head as blooms fade to encourage repeat flowering from the leaf junctions up the main stems. At the end of the season leave the faded blooms on as they provide a good source of food for small garden birds. Its compact habit is good for the front of flowerbed in a good sunny spot.

8,50 €

Echinacea Butterfly Kisses

This recent introduction from Holland is one of the best double coneflowers. It is compact and will flower reliably, making many scented blooms that will attract bees and butterflies into the garden. During the season dead-head as blooms fade to encourage repeat flowering from the leaf junctions up the main stems. At the end of the season leave the faded blooms on as they provide a good source of food for small garden birds. Its compact habit is good for the front of flowerbed in a good sunny spot. Also happy in containers on the patio.

7,50 €