Otherwise known as "False Queen Anne's Lace".
The stems have finely divided leaves which give the plant a feathery, fern-like look.
Umbels bearing small greenish-white flowers give it the lacy appearance.
A lovely delicate item, yet great "filler" for the garden.[more...]
Anagallis features one of the brightest gentian-blue flowers ever.[more...]
Blue is a popular colour choice and never looks out of place in any garden.
Anchusa flowers are a rich blue and they flower practically all summer.[more...]
Harmony has a nice compact habit with showy semi double blooms (St Brigid).[more...]
Clear, bright white flowers on crisp green foliage.[more...]
Anemones are one of the best garden performance and value for money spring flowering bulbs.
While normally grown by corms this beauty can only be supplied as seed. It will form a corm for future years.
These flowers are larger, come in far greater range of colours and have massive thick strong flower stems.
Being F1 you get an incredible number of flowers per plant. Sow Jan-Feb for a spring display.[more...]
A larger and more open habit than most other varieties. Ideal
choice for a "Natural, Wild or Cottage Garden" effect. Mostly pastel colours self seeds readily.[more...]
All time favourite, Madam Butterfly has fabulous double blooms.
Terrific garden performance.[more...]
An eye-catching display can be made with this gem.
Fabulous bicolour flowers (white with purple eyes) that grow to approx 40cm.
Excellent for bedding, borders and cut flowers. Dependable and great value. Also known as Snapdragon. Bushy, compact plants with brightly coloured full flower spikes[more...]