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Large Hardy Grasses £8 Lime or Green
Red Hot Pokers
£15 Kniphofia Yellow and orange flowers are produced in profusion and appear all summer through fall. Stout, grassy leaves hold the blooms strongly. Hardy Perennials
£14 Hardy Perennial shrubs Hebe likes a sunny spot in the garden and can tolerate full sun (but will also happily thrive in partial shade) Ensure water can always drain away – the Hebe doesn’t like sitting in puddles of water.
Flamingo salix trees
£8-£12 Hardy Perennials
XL Pots of feather falls Carex grass
£10 Hardy Perennials
£7.50 Plant chameleon ground cover in a full sun or a partially shaded area. Chameleon ground cover is useful around ponds and boggy areas where color is needed in wet soil. Pot chameleon plants as you would any other water plant and get them going for sensational interest in the water garden or bog.
XXL Hardy Hibiscus
£22 Hardy perennial Hardy hibiscus plants are surprisingly easy to grow as long as you provide them with well-drained soil and a spot in full sunlight. The secret to success is to water enough to keep the soil evenly moist. Don’t worry if your hardy hibiscus plants die to the ground after a hard frost in autumn. Just cut them down to a height of 4 or 5 inches (10-13 cm.), and then wait for the plants to regrow from the roots in spring once temps begin to warm back up again.
Large Hardy Ferns £14
Salvia Hot lips
£9 In stock soon. Perennial sages are worth their weight in gold in ornamental borders, thanks to their summer-long displays of spiky, nectar-rich flowers. Salvia x jamensis ‘Hot Lips’ bears large, open-mouthed, bicoloured white and red blooms throughout summer, on compact, scented, bushy plants. In very hot weather some blooms may be fully red or white. ‘Hot Lips’ is perfect for planting near a bench or path, where you can enjoy its pretty blooms and fragrant foliage. The flowers are extremely attractive bees and other pollinators.
Large pampas grass
£18 Pampas grass enjoys areas with full sun but will tolerate partial shade. Once established, pampas grass care is minimal, requiring little maintenance other than watering in extreme drought. It should also be pruned each year to the ground. This is usually performed in late winter or early spring. Due to the plant’s sharp foliage, the task of pruning should be done with great care using gloves and a long-sleeved shirt. However, with appropriate measures taken (for clumps well away from homes and buildings), you can also burn the foliage down to the green growth without any harm to the plant.
Various hardy ferns
Fatsia spiders Web
£25 & £45 Fatsia japonica 'Spiders Web' is a tough reliable shrub with handsome lobed green foliage dusted with white. It’s perfect for lighting up a shady corner of the garden and the bold foliage adds a tropical note to planting. Perfect for sun or shade.
Fatsia japonica 'Variegata'
Fatsia japonica 'Variegata' £25 winter hardy sun / part shade
Cherry Laurels 5-6ft
Cherry Laurels 5-6ft £30 Evergreen shrubs. perfect for screening. Cherry laurels are a handsome evergreen shrub that will tolerate shade and produces dainty white sweet-smelling flowers in spring. It is fast-growing and lures birds with its cherry-like red fruits, which turn black in maturity. winter hardy.
£9 If you want a dramatic groundcover, try landscaping with black mondo grass. What is black mondo grass? It is a low-growing perennial plant with purplish-black, grass-like leaves. In proper sites, the little plants spread, forming a carpet of unique color and foliage. Black mondo grass care is simple and straightforward. They need regular water to get established and weekly thereafter for optimum growth. If planted in rich soil, they won’t need fertilizing but every couple of years in spring.
£14 Horsetail is a non-flowering evergreen perennial. It has vertical green stems with horizontal bands similar to bamboo, but they're skinnier and taller like ornamental grass. Similar to ferns, horsetail reproduces through spores rather than seeds, as well as underground rhizomes. Can be invasive so best in pots. Needs plenty of watering. It also makes a good pond plant.
Bleeding Hearts - Dicentra
£12 Prefers a shady spot and regular watering. Perrenial and winter hardy.
Large pots £7 perennial, hardy plants. To prevent slug damage we always throw dry meal worms in the garden to attract the birds, which then ear the garden pests.
From £9 Angel Wings is a new, unusual and eye-catching evergreen perennial with huge silvery or grey-white leaves. The leaf texture is soft, downy, almost velvety and irresistible to touch. This plant is all about foliage – yellow flowers may be borne. Grows best in full sun, in a sheltered spot with plenty of drainage.
£15. some smaller pots at £4 This Iris is a clump-forming, rhizomatous, semi-evergreen to evergreen perennial with fans of strap-shaped, glossy, white- and green-striped leaves and, in late spring and early summer, slender, upright, branched stems bearing flattened, frilled, white or pale lavender-blue flowers with purple markings and orange crests. Comes back every year and winter hardy. Can be a pond plant.
£6.50 Lavender is prized for its richly fragrant flowers and aromatic foliage. This easy-to-grow shrub thrives in a sunny spot, in free-draining soil or a container.