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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 €

Anemone – Pretty Lady Julia

This compact Japanese Anemone has a double pink flower. Pretty Lady Julia flowers in late summer through to autumn. The maple-like leaves are a good dark green and provide some useful ground cover, plant in sun or light shade. Anemones prefer moist well drained soil. Don’t plant them to deep, have the crown level with top of soil. If transplanting or dividing this is best done in the spring. They make a useful edging plant and are also good on the edge of woodlands but are also happy in containers. A protective winter mulch could be useful. They are resistant to deer and rabbits.

7,50 €

Anemone – Pretty Lady Susan

This compact Japanese Anemone has a dwarf habit with a single flower of soft pink. Pretty Lady Susan flowers in late summer through to autumn. The maple-like leaves are a good dark green and provide some useful ground cover, plant in sun or light shade. Anemones prefer moist well drained soil. Don’t plant them to deep, have the crown level with top of soil. If transplanting or dividing this is best done in the spring. They make a useful edging plant and are also good on the edge of woodlands but are also happy in containers. A protective winter mulch could be useful.

7,50 €

Aquilegia William Guinness

William Guinness combines a creamy wavy centre and dark burgundy chocolate outer petals. Very striking bell shaped flowers. The common name for Aquilegia is Columbine, a reliable garden favourite, there are many varieties around. Their flower heads bob about on the breeze over mounds of pretty grey green foliage from April to June. Don’t be deceived by their fragile appearance they are robust garden plants and good for beginners. They will self-seed but will not come true to type so dead head before the seeds have set. Aquilegias are rabbit and slug resistant.

6,50 €

Aquilegia Barlows Blue

Barlow’s Blue has a rich colour and a double flower. The common name for Aquilegia is Columbine, a reliable garden favourite, there are many varieties around. Their bell shaped flower heads bob about on the breeze over mounds of pretty grey green foliage from April to June. Don’t be deceived by their fragile appearance they are robust garden plants and good for beginners. They will self-seed but will not come true to type so dead head before the seeds have set. Aquilegias are rabbit and slug resistant. Plant them in sun or shade, they’re tolerant of most soil types. Height 90cm (36”).

6,50 €