New plants added

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  • Now this is a big boy, and no mistake. Ferula Communis, or giant fennel, forms a mound of finely divided feathery plumes of emerald green foliage (in our experience here in the south, pretty much evergreen), but that's only the start of it. Once mature (takes a couple of years or so) sturdy branched stems rise up to form giant flowerheads made up of...

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  • One of the stars of the 2014 Chelsea Flower Show when it was introduced, Eryngium Neptune's Gold is certainly unique:unlike any other sea holly it has luminescent yellow foliage tinged with lime and contrasting spiky blue flowers on blue stems in mid to late summer. Not for the faint hearted. Full sun. Any well drained soil. 18 to 24 in. 2 litre pot.

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  • A bit of a breakthrough, Apple Blossom is the first Choisya to sport bi-coloured pink and white flowers which open from masses of pink buds in spring to early summer, with the bonus of a lovely honeyed scent to add to its attractions. The evergreen foliage is also distinctive, being altogether finer and more filigree in nature than your average Choisya...

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  • Unique this new buddleia certainly is, being very different to the butterfly bushes you normally come across. It is fast growing but compact, forming a bushy shrub which is covered with clusters of bluish mauve flowers from summer through to autumn. Well suited to a big patio pot. An added bonus is that it is sterile and won’t self-seed! Sun or...

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  • Nandina Domestica is one of those rather neglected plants, known as Heavenly Bamboo as the new growth is upright and like slender canes of bamboo. Gulf Stream is a compact variety in which young foliage is bronze to reddish orange, becoming blue green, but the whole shrub takes on shades of red and orange in autumn and winter. Panicles of white flowers in...

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  • It’s new. It’s compact. It flowers its little socks off for weeks on end. Snow Storm is just about the best white agapanthus there is, with sturdy stem after sturdy stem topped with a sphere of snow white blooms rising from the clump of evergreen strappy leaves in summer. Full sun. Any reasonable soil. 18 in. 2 litre pot.

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  • Leucothoe Little Flames. A remarkable new variety of this easy evergreen shrub: the new growth is vivid red, creating a flame-like effect, hence the name. Over the winter the foliage turns pretty much completely red. Small white bell-like flowers in early summer. Prefers some shade, though can take the sun. Neutral to acid soil. 18 in. 2 litre pot.

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  • An epimedium with attitude, Spine Tingler boasts elongated jagged looking (but not seriously spiny) glossy leaves that are tinged with chocolate bronze, especially when young, and dangling clusters of winged starry flowers of clear lemon yellow in spring and early summer. Pretty much evergreen, too, so what's not to like? Best in partial to full shade....

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  • Looking like something from another planet, Podophyllum Spotty Dotty is a singularly outlandish shade lover that will happily lurk in a corner of your garden. Semi-evergreen, the new foliage emerges like little parasols in spring, developing into large flat lobed leaves spotted (as you might have figured) with rusty chocolate markings. Showy deep red...

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  • Rare and exquisitely beautiful. Abutilon Red Tiger is unquestionably the choicest of flowering maples with its bell shaped red-veined orangey yellow flowers dangling among the rather jagged foliage from long lax branches, like so many delicate Tiffany lampshades. Give it a sheltered spot, possibly against a wall, and it will flower almost constantly from...

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