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Penstemon Raven

Our Penstemons were originally bred by Edward Wilson of Pershore, Worcestershire and are hardier plants more resistant to damp and colder conditions. Selecting an elegant Penstemon for your garden will ensure masses of colour for up to six months of the year, they are hard working, beautiful and easy to grow plants. Will brighten borders in late summer particularly as they will reliably bloom and will attract lots of pollinating insects into the garden. They come in a diverse range of colours and heights. To prolong flowering remove spent flower stems.

5,50 €

Penstemon Plum Jerkum

Plum Jerkum offers a good dark purple with white markings to the throat. Selecting an elegant Penstemon for your garden will ensure masses of colour for up to six months of the year, they are hard working, beautiful and easy to grow plants. Will brighten borders in late summer particularly as they will reliably bloom and will attract lots of pollinating insects into the garden. They come in a diverse range of colours and heights. To prolong flowering remove spent flower stems.

5,50 €

Salvia Mystic Spires

Mystic Spires Blue sends up spires of dark blue-purple flowers all summer long and can make a real impact in borders or in pots on terraces. Dead head spent flowers to gain more as your reward. Plant in full sun for a dazzling display of upright spires on a well branched plant. As with all Salvia, Mystic Spires a banquet for bees, butterflies and other pollinators. This is a tender perennial, so to ensure survival for following years take cuttings, they will root easily. In sheltered spots you can try over-wintering them in situ’ with an adequate application of cossetting mulch.

5,00 €

Delphinium Pacific Giants

The tall magnificent spikes of double flowers of Delphiniums have long been prized by gardeners and flower arrangers alike. Pacific Giants come in a range of colours from pale blues, pinks, white and lilac through to the more dramatic deep blues, purples. They add height and structure to herbaceous borders often topping out at 150cm or more and staking is useful. Plant in fertile, well-drained soil. They benefit from a winter mulch. Remove spent spikes to encourage further flowering. Harmful if eaten and can be an irritant to the skin.
Height 150cm and spread 75cm.

7,00 €

Thalictrum aquilegifolium

Thalictrum aquilegifolium is often called Meadow Rue. Delicate clouds of airy, fuzzy, mauve flowers are held over aquilegia like leaves in late spring/early summer. The cloudy, wispy flowers provide a good contrast to more formal specimens. The flowers are followed by seed heads. A marvellous plant for a shady herbaceous bed or woodland settings. It likes rich, fertile, well-drained soil so dig in some muck when planting them. This plant has been awarded the AGM by the RHS.
Height 90cm and spread 45cm.

7,50 €

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