• Campanula Pnk Octopus
    Perhaps one the weirder plants, both in name and appearance, that you can have in your garden, but certainly a talking point. Usual vigorous basal rosette of slightly toothed leaves and, over a long period in summer, extraordinary rosy pink flowers which leave you in no doubt about the octopus bit of the name. Sun or semi-shade. Well drained soil. 18 in.
  • Local delivery by our own transport
    We will deliver free of charge within a 5 mile radius of Paddock Plants for orders of £20 or more. Beyond that distance is charged at cost - please ask for details.
  • Buddlia Buzz Magenta
    Buddleia Buzz Magenta and happy butterfly on a sunny summer's day.
  • Parham Garden Weekend
    The Parham Garden Weekend is held in the grounds of Parham House in West Sussex over two days (surprise, surprise) in mid July.
  • Tulbaghia Silver Lace
    A clump-forming perennial with long greyish-green grassy leaves. Sounds rather dull, but it certainly isn’t, as over a long period from midsummer into autumn elegant stems bear clusters of fragrant starry flowers in a fetching shade of pinky mauve. Full sun. Tolerates dry soils. 18-24 in.
  • Katy and Carex Sparkler
    Katy the cat who mostly lives next door on a late winter inspection visit to the Carex Sparkler.
  • Dicentra Spectabils Alba
    This elegant plant forms a mound of fern-like deeply-divided foliage from which, in spring and early summer, emerge gracefully arching stems hung with heart-shaped flowers of pure glistening white. Sun or semi-shade. Moist soil. To 2 feet.
  • Briard, snow and flowerpots
    Danny our Briard likes nothing better than a good chew on a flowerpot or two. Doing so in the snow adds an extra dimension to the treat.
  • Epimedium Akebono
    A delicate little specimen with lots of charm, this plant has little heart-shaped leaves, reddish-bronze in spring and autumn, among which appear star-shaped white flowers delicately flushed with pink on wiry stems. Prefers a little shade. Moist but well drained soil. 12 in.
  • Polemonium Northern Lights
    A very special Jacob's Ladder, this one. A compact plant, forming a neat mound of the usual ferny fingered foliage, above which float, from late spring into summer, clear blue flowers which are unique within the genus in being fragrant. Very, very nice indeed. Semi-shade preferred. Moist but well drained soil. 15 in