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Echinacea purpurea Vintage Wine

An unusual Coneflower. It's scented, a deep but crisp pink, not dusty like more common varieties, and the petals are quite stubby around an extra large protruding cone. The cone is dark brown but many other colours can be seen within it. They start flowering as things start hotting up in the garden from June until autumn. It is quite stout, no staking is required. Once established it can cope with most soil and weather conditions, although dislikes being water-logged in the winter. Works well planted in mixed borders or planted en-mass in drifts.

10,17 €

Echinacea purpurea Little Magnus

Little Magnus as the name suggests is somewhat shorter than most varieties at just 45cm, so a useful daisy style flower for the front of herbaceous beds. A deep pink cone flower with protruding brown cone. Loved by bees and butterflies when in bloom and the birds love the seedheads. Will grow in any well drained soil in full sun or part shade. flowering from early summer until late autumn. will form clumps that can be lifted and divided when the plant becomes congested. A spadeful of something protective and nutritious for autumn is good idea. Hardy Perennial.

8,00 €

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 €

Phlox Paniculata The King

It's win, win with a clump of beautiful Phlox in your garden, they burst into flower for summer. The King is a rich dark magenta. They are selected for their heady evening scents that waft about, and for their beautiful heads of simple but abundant flowers. They are attractive to butterflies who adore the scent and the nectar. Happiest in the border but will do well in pots on the patio, where they release clouds of scent when brushed past. They make a good cut flower. And are known to be slug and snail resistant, generally problem free and very easy and rewarding to grow.

7,00 €

Phlox Paniculata Neon Flare

It's win, win with a clump of beautiful Phlox in your garden, they burst into flower for summer. Neon Flare has charming irregular pink and white markings to the petals . They are selected for their heady evening scents that waft about, and for their beautiful heads of simple but abundant flowers. They are attractive to butterflies who adore the scent and the nectar. Happiest in the border but will do well in pots on the patio, where they release clouds of scent when brushed past. They make a good cut flower.

7,00 €

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