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Ranunculus ficaria 'Brazen Hussy' (Ranunculaceae) flowers and foliage in spring, dies back in summer - cordate leaves - glabrous - compact rosette- glossy black - bright yellow solitary flowers - damp loam - woodland

Ranunculus ficaria 'Brazen Hussy' (Ranunculaceae) flowers and foliage in spring, dies back in summer - cordate leaves - glabrous - compact rosette- glossy black - bright yellow solitary flowers - damp loam - woodland

Anemonella thalictroides 'Shoaf's Double Pink'   ---  Lovely double version of the native wildflower Rue anemone. Blooms for 6 weeks in spring, in a dainty 6" by 6" clump with 1" flowers. Likes well-drained woodland conditions. z. 4-8

Anemonella thalictroides Shoafs Double Pink --- Lovely double version of the native wildflower Rue anemone. Blooms for 6 weeks in spring, in a dainty 6 by 6 clump with 1 flowers. Likes well-drained woodland conditions.

beard tongue Penstemon 'Raven': full sun partial shade - 1m - june to oct - frost hardy £8

We have some of these for the garden as well, what a beautiful colour! Also bought it from Crocus, great service from them. beard tongue Penstemon 'Raven': full sun partial shade - - june to oct - frost hardy

Salvia 'Dancing Dolls'. The 18" tall x 4' wide bush of woody stems is clothed in small, green, fragrant foliage and adorned from late April until frost with lovely light pink flowers, highlighted by a dark pink upper lip and nestled in black calyces against black flowering stems...mighty fine and a hummingbird treat! As with most woody salvias, good soil drainage is essential.

Salvia Dancing Dolls PP 19820

Pachysandra terminalis - Buxaceae - mat forming evergreen - coarsely toothed leaves - alternate - coriaceous -  terminal spike inflorescence of white flowers spring/early summer - underplanting - ground cover

Pachysandra terminalis - Buxaceae - mat forming evergreen - coarsely toothed leaves - alternate - coriaceous - terminal spike inflorescence of white flowers spring/early summer - underplanting - ground cover

Trachycarpus fortunei - Chinese windmill palm

Evergreen palm with attractive habit fan shaped (coarse) leaves. Well drained fertile soil in full sun or dappled shade. Shelter from drying winds.

Bergenia Lunar Glow  ---- Creamy yellow leaves emerge in spring & turn chartreuse with green veining, then deep green. In fall they turn red & last the winter. Hot pink spring blooms. Good for difficult dry shade spots & takes the heat of the South. 10-12" tall by 14-18" wide, spreads slowly.

Dianthus Everlast™ White (Pinks, Carnations)

Bergenia ‘Bach’ (AGM)  Another wonderful perennial with red-flushed foliage in winter and dainty sugar pink flowers March-May that slowly fade to white.  Prefers a little shade up to 20cm x 30cm.

Bergenia ‘Bach’ (AGM) Another wonderful perennial with red-flushed foliage in winter and dainty sugar pink flowers March-May that slowly fade to white. Prefers a little shade up to x

Astrantia major 'Gill Richardson'

Astrantia 'Gill Richardson' replaces Astrantia 'Star of Fire'

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