Something Different

Something Different

 

We constantly seek out new and unusual varieties of plants so you can find something a bit different for your garden. We also take great care to select excellent plants so that we have all your favourites at great quality too.

Here are a few of the new, unusual or simply great quality plants that are available this month, while stocks last.

 

Loropetalum chinense Ruby Snow
 

 

You may be familiar with the deep pink or red flowers that bloom on established species of Loropetalum but have you ever seen this fabulous new variety? Stunning spidery white flowers appear in spring with a second flush in summer. The evergreen foliage has a lovely burgundy colour. Plant in a sunny, protected position.

 

Clerodendrum trichotomum

 

 

Also known as Harlequin Glorybower, the fragrant flowers in summer are followed by white fruits that turn dark blue and are surrounded by a red star-like calyx. Right now it's not much to look at, but it's a good time to plant.

 

Geum Cocktail Series

 

 

 

Hardy, colourful and named to remind your of delicious cocktails - these Geums a slug repellent and great for suppressing weeds and they come back year on year.

 

Roses - Precious Amber, Precious Love & Precious Gold

 

  

Fantastic cut flowers! Thanks to Whartons for the photos.

 

Hebe Merlot Memories

 

 

Hesperis matronalis albiflora

 

Great for attracting breeding butterflies to your garden, with a lovely scent.

 

Viola - cornuta Columbine, Molly Sanderson, Celestial Northern Light & Celestial Starry Night

   

Gorgeously scented clump-forming perennials.

 

We are proud of our plants!

What you’ll find here:

Carefully chosen plants of excellent quality so you have a great choice

A diverse range including new and unusual varieties - you might find something just a bit different!

We buy from local nurseries whenever possible to handpick the best plants

Experienced and knowledgeable staff are on hand to help you choose the right plant every time

We understand the needs of our plants and the best ways to care for them.