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Here are our latest and upcoming plants. We are propagating and potting from spring to late summer so there's always something exciting to look forward to! Some are brand new to us and there are also re-introductions of some old favorites too.
A tender climber with beautiful large, funnel-shaped white flowers which are very sweetly scented at night. Can be grown up an obelisk in a large pot either as a summer patio or conservatory specimen. Keep above 10C.
From Chile & Argentina where it is becoming rare in the wild due to habitat loss. An evergreen tree or large shrub with leathery leaves, scented when crushed, & typical fluffy white Myrtle flowers followed by black berries. Sheltered sunny site.
In its first year this species forms a low rosette of silvery spear-like leaves. The following year it produces a single 4m high spike crammed with blue, funnel-shaped flowers. Biennial so save seed. Half-hardy. For very well drained soil & full sun.
A South African cormous plant, loving well-drained soil in full sun. Tall flower spikes to 1.5 m. carry peachy-orange flowers in late summer - makes an impressive display. In cold gardens can be grown in a heavy pot & well-drained gritty John Innes mix.
Name not certain. A clump-forming succulent with masses of long thin succulent leaves, topped by long-stalked spikes of small (1 cm.) flowers in autumn. The variety we have has salmon orange petals with a green cent
Evergreen shrub with nice tubular, evening-scented purple flowers in summer. Grow in a loam based compost with added grit indoors, or in a sheltered, well drained spot outdoors. Protect from very hot sun in summer.
A delicate Maidenhair Fern from New Zealand. The new fronds are an attractive bronzy colour. Likes a cool, moist, shady spot. May survive UK winters outside in very mild areas with a protective mulch. Otherwise grow as a house plant
An evergreen shrub which loves a warm sunny spot, although it is proving hardy in most gardens. Growing to 6 feet or more it produces pink mallow-like flowers from spring to autumn into the winter. Prune in spring. A great bee plant.
A colourful variety with masses of brilliant orange pouch-shaped flowers over a long period from spring to autumn. Half-hardy, may be OK in sheltered gardens in well-drained soil, but if in doubt over winter somewhere frost free.
An upright catmint of medium habit. Similar to but less vigorous than Six Hills Giant. Ideal for edging a border where the aromatic foliage can be enjoyed. Perfect for a Mediterranean style garden with or as an alternative to Lavender. Grows to about 60cm
A wildpretii (red flowers) & pininana (blue-flowers) hybrid. Massive tall spikes of pink flowers in 2nd year then will die, so collect seed. Tender - protect from hard frost. Good drainage and full sun.
Vigorous variety with red-purple foliage. Can be harvested at baby leaf stage or left to mature. Young leaves can be finely chopped in salads. A good source of tasty and highly nutritious autumn, winter and spring 'greens'.
Tasty salad leaf mixture containingThis mixture contains Mibuna, Mustard Red Giant , Pak choi shanghai, Komatsuma Tender green , Mizuna , Chinese Cabbage Wonk Bok. A great addition to salads and sandwiches. Grow and harvest all year round.
A striking vegetable from the cabbage family with swollen purple stem bases which can be sliced and eaten raw, roasted, stir fried or used in curries and many other dishes. It is mild and sweet, similar to turnip but with a nutty flavour.
Oriental member of the cabbage family, often used in stir-fry dishes. This red leaved version adds a splash of colour. Lovely fresh crunchy stems are great in stir fries and leaves can be picked on their own for baby leaf salad. Very versatile
Long flowering perennial with double, deep yellow daisies from early-late summer. Compact habit growing to around 60cm. For well drained soil in full sun. Drought tolerant and loved by bees and butterflies
Herbaceous perennial with large daisies in a range of redish-pink to purple shades in mid summer. Good for dry/ exposed/ coastal gardens, also excellent cut flower. Grow in well drained soil in full sun
Mauve, pink or sometimes red pin-cushion, scabious-like flowers from June-Sept. For well drained, preferably neutral- alkaline soil in full sun/ part shade. Attracts bees and butterflies. Drought tolerant.
Tall variety with vibrant, orange-red flowers in late summer. Perfect for adding height and structure to a mixed border. Kniphofias like sun and fertile, well drained soil. Can grow to 5-6ft tall but may be shorter in some soils
Vigorous clump forming perennial with mint scented foliage which can be used to make a herbal tea. Dramatic whorls of purple-pink flowers over purple bracts in late summer. The flowers are adored by Bees.
Vigorous clump forming perennial with mint scented foliage which can be used to make a herbal tea. Dramatic whorls of scarlet flowers over red bracts in late summer. The flowers are adored by Bees. Best in soil that doesn’t dry out oth
An excellent filler for a border or large pot with billowing aromatic foliage and upright spikes of pink flowers with purple calyxes from June-August. Nepetas are fantastic for attracting pollinators. Drought tolerant
Compact, spreading perennial with pale lavender-blue flowers from June-August. Ideal for a rockery, front of the border or a pot. For well drained soil in full sun. Trim over lightly and remove any dead growth in spring. Drought tolerant.
Compact, spreading perennial with small white flowers from June-August. Ideal for a rockery, front of the border or a pot. For well drained soil in full sun. Trim over lightly and remove any dead growth in spring. Drought tolerant.
An upright plant with dense heads of scented pink and white flowers on strong stems from July to September. For good soil in sun. Not as prone to mildew than the paniculata cultivars, makes an excellent border plant.
A drought tolerant, mat forming perennial with masses of small deep pink flowers in late spring early summer. Ideal for the front of a border or rockery. and for sandy soil or chalky soils. Grows to about 15cm tall
A shrubby perennial with aromatic foliage and purple-lipped white flowers which can sometimes be totally white or purple as well. Flowers from June-September and suitable for growing in a pot. Needs sun and well-drained soil.
A recent introduction, cherry and white bi-coloured flowers all summer, the two-tone effect is enhanced by summer heat. For a sheltered spot in well-drained soil in sun to part shade, or in pots. Take cuttings as an insurance against cold wint