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Half Hardy and Summer Patio

Bring a taste of the exotic to your garden with half-hardy plants. If you can provide some winter protection it is amazing how many more interesting and plants you can grow, to the envy of your friends and family. You can grow these plants in pots and enjoy them in the garden between June and September when there is no risk of frost (UK). All they need is a greenhouse, porch or conservatory over winter kept above freezing.

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Digitalis (Isoplexis) canariensis

Digitalis (Isoplexis) canariensis

Canary Island foxglove

A shrubby foxglove from the Canary islands with spikes of unusual burnt orange flowers in summer. An interesting specimen for the summer patio. Frost tender.

£6.50
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Drimiopsis maculata

Little White Soldiers, African False Hosta

A curious little bulbous plant with fleshy, spotted, hosta-like leaves and spikles of small white flowers in April to May.

£6.50
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Elettaria cardamomum

Elettaria cardamomum

Cardamom

This is the plant which the true Cardamom pods come from. The leaves are very aromatic too and exude the fragrance of cardamom when bruised. It makes an attractive houseplant or specimen for a conservatory in its own right. 

£6.50
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Euryops chrysanthemoides

Euryops chrysanthemoides

Tender shrubby perennial with shiny green leaves and clusters of large, long-stalked bright yellow daisies summer to autumn.

£6.50
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Ficus pumila

Ficus pumila

Creeping Fig

A popular trailing houseplant which can also be used as a climber or ground cover in a conservatory or very mild, frost free position outdoors. Self-clinging, evergreen

£6.50
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Ficus pumila 'Variegata'

Ficus pumila 'Variegata'

Variegated Creeping Fig

A popular trailing houseplant with attractive variegated foliage. Can also be used as a climber or ground cover in a conservatory or very mild, frost free position outdoors. Self-clinging, evergreen

£6.50
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Fuchsia procumbens

Trailing Fuchsia

An unusual spreading/trailing fuchsia with small green leaves yellow upward-facing flowers with red stamens and blue pollen. Can be used as a mat-forming plant for the front of a border or it will trail over edge or a pot, basket or low wall

£6.50
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Gardenia jasminoides 'Kleim's Hardy'

Cape Jasmine

Evergreen shrub with very sweetly scented, creamy-white flowers (to 3in across) in summer. This cultivar is supposed to be hardier than others, but is probably best treated as half hardy in anywhere other than in warm moist gardens,£7.50
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Geranium maderense

Geranium maderense

Giant Herb Robert

Stunning Geranium from Madeira with a huge dome of mid pink flowers and dark pink eye, early-mid summer. A specimen for an exotic garden. Needs winter protection

£6.50
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Gloxinia nematanthodes 'Evita'

Gloxinia nematanthodes 'Evita'

A member of the Gesneriad family, forming spreading mounds of fresh green leaves which set off the beautiful vivid orange-red tubular flowers. May be hardy in a sheltered garden in very well drained soil and a thick mulch to protect the underground tubers. If in doubt overwinter indoors. Can also be grown as a trailing houseplant.

£6.50
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