• Abutilon Red Tiger

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    'Great plants - well grown, securely packed

    and excellent value.'

  • Agapanthus Melbourne

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    A family business since 2003

    based in Hampshire

  • Gaillardia Frenzy

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    We grow our plants in a peat free medium

    and without use of chemicals

  • Morina Longifolia

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    Plants are grown and supplied in

    2 litre & 1 litre pots

  • Echinacea Green Jewel

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    Thank you so much for the lovely plants which arrived this

    afternoon, all so beautifully packed and most in bloom.'

  • Epimedium x Versicolor Sulphureum

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    Specialists in varieties new to the

    UK market

  • Danny Boy

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    Danny Boy, our French Briard, playing with

    plantpots in the snow. He likes to meet

    visitors to the nursery.

  • Echinacea Pica Bella

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    24 hour courier delivery throughout

    mainland United KIngdom

  • Buddleia Weyeriana

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    'I am so impressed with your plants, delivery

    and advice sheet. Big, healthy and

    absolute value for money.'

  • Summerina Orange

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    Local delivery in the Southampton area in

    our big unmissably yellow van

  • Tulbaghia Silver Lace

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    Friendly advice provided on plants

    and gardens

  • Leucanthemum Aglaia

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    Contact us at any time, day or evening,

    by phone or e-mail

  • Astrantia Lola

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    Ask us about helping you design a border

    or planting scheme

Rob and Joanna welcome you to the Paddock Plants website

AND REMIND YOU THAT ORDERS FOR PRE-CHRISTMAS DELIVERY MUST BE MADE BY 12 NOON ON TUESDAY 19th DECEMBER. We are a family-run plant nursery based near Southampton in Hampshire offering an interesting range of perennials, grasses, ferns and shrubs for your garden, including some more unusual varieties or plants new to the UK market, all at affordable prices. All our plants are grown peat-free in 2 litre and some in 1 litre pots with 12-14 month slow-release fertiliser and, other than a few more tender specimens, are overwintered in the open. Buy our plants online and have them delivered to your door by 24 hour courier throughout mainland UK. Or visit us and see for yourself what we grow. You can keep up to date with our latest news here. Some highlights of the plants we grow are shown below - to see the full range, choose a category from Our Plants. We hope you like them as much as we do. PS Photos above were taken by Joanna.

Rob & Joanna

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    SORRY, SOLD OUT FOR THE SEASON. 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...

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    There are other variegated polemoniums out there, but this is undisputably the best of the lot. With creamy white edges to the leaflets, it looks terrific all season (with some pink hints in cool temperatures). But when the pale lavender blue flowers are added to the mix, seemingly hovering around the clump of foliage – wow! Sun or semi-shade. Any...

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    SORRY, SOLD OUT FOR THE SEASON. 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...

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    A splendid specimen plant with something to offer all season: the large crinkled fingered leaves à la horse chestnut are tinged reddish bronze in spring and autumn, and in early to mid-summer the tall plumes of soft cherry pink flowers on vivid red stems will certainly demand your attention. Quite fabulous in every respect. Sun or semi-shade. Moist soil....

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    Probably the best of the bunch in this new series of compact red hot pokers, this one - true to its rather lengthy moniker - produces a succession of reddish orange pokers with bases in a yummy vanilla shade. It will do this over an extended period from mid-summer to autumn, much longer than traditional varieties. Nice elegant grassy foliage, too. Likes...

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    See it and fall in love. Yes, it’s that good. Angelica Ebony forms a sturdy plant with glossy, finely-cut, virtually black foliage that has real presence. Add to that the sprays of fluffy pink flowers that emerge from purple buds in summer and ... enough said. Amazing. Best in some shade. Any reasonable soil. 3 ft. 2 litre pot.

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    Charlie Boy is a fabulous strikingly variegated cordyline with burgundy leaves edged in cerise pink and the advantages of being quick to establish and having proved very winter hardy for such a fancy variety. That said, we would keep it in a big pot in its early years at least or give it a nice sheltered position. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil....

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    SORRY, SOLD OUT FOR THE SEASON. Simply the best blue poppy there is. Forms a clump of rather hairy elliptical leaves, above which, from late spring into early summer, appear large electric blue flowers held on erect stems. Once seen, never forgotten, as they say. Best in partial shade. Moist but well drained neutral or acid soil. 24 to 36 in. Currently ex...

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    Another fabulous shrub from Chile, and a real show-off of a plant, brought to this country in the mid 19th century. Crinodendron is commonly called the lantern tree on account of the clusters of pendant urn-shaped flowers which are a brilliant carmine red and dangle from long stalks from early to mid-summer. The dark green foliage is narrow, glossy and...

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    Compact and vigorous, Gaillardia Frenzy will, right through the summer, keep on producing its large flowers with fluted trumpet-like red petals shading to hot yellow at the tips. If not absolutely frenzied, certainly a vibrant little character and one of the best of the new varieties that have appeared in recent years. Full sun. Any well drained soil. 18...

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    Each flower lasts only one day – hence the name Day Lily – but the large exotic looking flowers just keep on coming throughout the summer months. It should be compulsory for every garden to have at least one of these wonderful plants. centres and a green throat. Fabulously dark and brooding. Full sun. Any reasonable soil. 24 in. 2 litre pot.

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    NEXT AVAILABILITY SPRING 2018. Blechnum Brasiliense is a dwarf evergreen tree fern hailing from Brazil (surprise surprise): this fabulous newly introduced variety features new growth of pinky red which matures through copper to glossy green with the fronds forming a shuttlecock shape. The rhizome will in time form a mini-trunk. Best to protect in winter...

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    Hot afternoons on a terrace overlooking the Mediterranean is what this lovely evergreen shrub evokes. The arching stems of Nerium Oleander are clothed in leathery pointed leaves and bear at their tips clusters of tubular trumpet-like flowers of crimson red. Surprisingly hardy but probably best in a big pot that can be brought in over winter. Great patio...

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    Now rare in its native Chile and equally rare in cultivation in the UK, this shrubby lobelia has narrower greyish green leaves than its relative Lobelia Tupa and sports tubular flowers that are rosy pink in hue. Lobelia Bridgesii is a  choice plant for those who like something a little out of the ordinary and have the space to let it show off its charms....

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    Lavandula Tiara represents an exciting new take on French lavender, with the usual greyish green aromatic foliage (evergreen, of course) but not at all usual dark purplish blue flowerheads topped off by creamy white bracts. Now that’s a highly distinctive combination, and no mistake. Sunny spot. Well drained soil. To 24 in. 2 litre pot.

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    A sport of the popular Pink Delight, this beauty, like its cousin, produces a succession of long lasting fully double flowers on a well branched plant. In this case the colour scheme is clear white with a touch of lime green at the centres. A lovely thing indeed. Sun or semi-shade. Well drained soil. 18 to 24 in. 2 litre pot.

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    Virginia sweetspire is the common name for Itea Virginica, a lovely arching shrub which produces dangling trusses of sweetly scented white flowers in early summer. The garnet bit refers to the stunning flush of colour the leaves take on in the autumn, and for quite some time. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. To 4 ft. 2 litre pot.

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    An aloe used to the dry heat of South Africa, the handsome Cosmo will ask little of you other than an occasional drop to drink. Forms an elegant rosette of white-dotted succulent leaves and sports a spike of orangey red flowers, often in the winter months. Fairly hardy but best to keep indoors, at least in winter. Sunny or well lit position. Well drained...

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    Hailing from Mexico, Beaucarnea Recurvata or the pony tail palm, with its distinctive swollen base is actually fairly hardy but is best grown as an indoor or patio plant in the summer. The sprays of arching ribbon like leaves, up to 3 feet long, do indeed remind one of the said pony's tail. In its habitat a small tree, but in a pot it will stay of...

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    Now the name Hinton Seedling might lead you to expect something on the small side, but in fact this abutilon will form a medium sized spreading evergreen shrub, ideal for training against a wall or fence, that carries a succession of deep orangey red bell-shaped flowers. Given the right conditions, it will do that for most of the year. Foliage-wise, it's...

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    This charming little shrublet has a much longer name that we won’t bore you with here. Suffice it to say Hypericum Citrinum has semi-evergreen blue green foliage, against which the large lemony yellow flowers look rather fetching through the summer. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. 15 in. 1 litre pot.

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    As welcoming a sight in the garden as its name suggests, Aloha is a relatively compact echinacea with petals the colour of fresh melon surrounding orange central cones which looks simply stunning from June to September, given a bit of deadheading. Particularly good when planted in a group. Sun or semi-shade. Well drained soil. 24 in. 2 litre pot.

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    Think Jack Frost, then think bigger, much bigger. Brunnera Alexander's Great has the same silvery veined leaves but the individual leaves and the plant itself are on a different scale, hence the name. Winner of lots of prizes and admirers. Blue flowers in spring as per usual. Prefers some shade. Likes a reasonably moist soil. 15 in. 2 litre pot.

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    A compact (well, you guessed that) variety of Berberis discovered by Charles Darwin (you guessed that too) with bronzy young foliage maturing to rich green and clusters of vivid orange flowers in mid to late spring. And it's evergreen, which makes it even nicer. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. To 36 in. 2 litre pot.

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    SORRY, CURRENTLY SOLD OUT FOR THE SEASON. Jade Frost (cracking name!)  presents an evergreen rosette of blue–green leaves with creamy white margins which turn pink in the colder months and, in summer, clusters of silvery blue spiky flowers on sturdy, intensely blue stems. From a sport discovered in Cornwall a few years ago and possibly one of the the most...

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    SORRY, SOLD OUT FOR THE SEASON. Clive Greaves, splendid fellow that he is, sports beautiful large lavender blue flowers with a distinctively ruffled appearance which float on long stems all summer long and will attract butterflies to your garden. An old variety but still at the top of his game, though hard to find these days. Likes full sun. Any well...

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    SORRY, SOLD OUT FOR THE SEASON. This is the giant summer hyacinth – a plant that definitely has the ‘wow’ factor. The tall sturdy flower spikes bear in late summer up to thirty lightly scented pure white bell shaped flowers with serrated edges amid long strap-like leaves. You can’t miss it wherever you put it in your garden. Sun or semi-shade. Any...

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    SORRY, SOLD OUT FOR THE SEASON. Echium Russicum is an uncommon and unusual plant, totally hardy despite its exotic looks, which has whorls of long lance-shaped dark green leaves and through the summer produces numerous long flowering spikes in a stunning deep russetty red hue. Full sun. Well drained soil. 20 in. 2 litre pot.

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    We like agastaches for their highly aromatic leaves and long flowering period. Red Fortune is a bushy upright plant with spikes of deep reddish pink flowers from midsummer through to the frosts. Best in full sun. Any well drained soil. Relatively compact at 2 feet. 1 litre pot.

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    For semi-evergreen groundcover or the rock garden, you can’t do much better than this plant with its dark green toothed foliage and, for weeks on end, soft apricot-yellow flowers with crimson centres held on prostrate stems. Vigorous spreading habit. Sun or semi-shade. Any well drained soil. 6 in. 9cm pot.

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    SORRY, CURRENTLY SOLD OUT FOR THE SEASON. A delicate and very lovely plant, suited to a woodland setting, and all too rarely seen, despite its evident charms. The mid-sized palmate leaves are rather maple-like and form a healthy clump, then in late summer tall slender stems bear flared pendent waxy primrose-yellow flowers. Partial shade. Moist fertile...

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    SORRY, SOLD OUT FOR THE SEASON. The best way to describe this splendid plant is as Thalictrum Delavayi on steroids. Same clusters of tiny pearl-like buds that open to lilac flowers with striking yellow anthers, rather coarser foliage and altogether a larger and more muscular specimen. Nice dark purple stems. Sun or semi-shade. Rich moist soil is best. To...

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    Mondo grass (where did that name come from?) is not in fact a true grass, but an evergreen clump-forming perennial that looks like one. Handsome virtually black leaves are complemented in summer by tiny purplish white flowers, followed by black berries. Adorable and seemingly indestructible. Any reasonable soil. Sun or semi-shade. 10 in. 1 litre pot.

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    This is a primula that is certainly a bit different, with whorls of flowers atop sturdy stems that are quite a vivid lime green lightening to yellow centres. And you can enjoy this distinctive pleasure from early spring into summer and beyond. Indeed Francisca seems to want to flower all year round. Likes some shade. Moist soil. 10 in. 1 Litre pot.

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    SORRY, SOLD OUT FOR THE SEASON. In our opinion, definitely the best of the dark leaved cultivars. The virtually black foliage is delicately dissected so it does look like filigree lace (we find people often confuse it with an acer). When the flattish heads of delicate pink flowers appear in summer, it’s quite perfect. Keep it pruned to the size you like....

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    A real show-off of a plant, tall and magnificent. In early to mid summer clouds of fluffy lilac flowers float serenely atop arrestingly jet black stems, which explains the name. The ferny foliage is another plus point for a plant which pretty much has it all. Sun or semi-shade. Rich moist soil is best. 4 to 6 feet. Currently available ex 9 cm pot.

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