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    READY SPRING 2017. Winner of the RHS Plant of the Year award in 2013 at Chelsea, Soft Caress differs from other mahonias in that the evergreen foliage is not sharp or spiny, but delicately feathery and, as the name suggests, soft to the touch, while retaining sufficient leathery toughness to see it through the winter. Sprays of soft yellow flowers...

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    READY SPRING 2017. The Garvinea series of gerbera was introduced as  the first truly hardy type of this popular long-flowering plant. Letizia stands out, not just for the fiery scarlet red colour of her blooms, but for their distinctive spidery appearance due to the spiky petal formation. And we are talking three full seasons here in terms of flowering,...

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    READY EARLY SUMMER 2017. A new variety of hebe bred in Ireland, Matty Brown is a small but perfectly formed little fellow, forming a compact rounded evergreen shrub with dark green leaves that are strongly flushed purple and bronze when young, creating a pleasing blend of colour. Throughout the summer months racemes of light violet flowers make things...

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    READY SUMMER 2017. An outstanding new selection of gardenia, Crown Jewel has a compact spreading habit with a high gloss finish to the evergreen foliage. Over a long period during the summer months glistening pristine white double flowers are produced in quantity, with a heady perfume that conjures up all manner of exotic places and adventures. We love...

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  • A charming perennial foxglove, developed by British amateur breeder Heather Wilson, Spice Island is robustly evergreen, with a rosette of pointed glossy dark green leaves to keep you entertained throughout the year. Tall spires clothed in tubular peachy yellow flowers with cinammon dusting to the interiors appear over a long season from midsummer onwards....

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    READY EARLY SUMMER 2017. A new variety of coprosma, or mirror plant, developed from the well known Evening Glow, the aptly named Inferno will provide a blaze of colour throughout the year courtesy of its variegated evergreen foliage which calls upon a colour palette of lime, yellow, orange and crimson in varying shades and patterns. Winter sees a greater...

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    READY EARLY SUMMER 2017. Introduced at Chelsea in 2012, Golden Drop is a seductively charming  dwarf agapanthus which forms a mound of evergreen variegated foliage with each strappy leaf sporting golden yellow edges. In summer short but sturdy stems support rounded umbels of sky blue flowers. An engaging little character suitable for front of border or...

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    READY EARLY SUMMER 2017. The name of this berberis kind of gives it away, given the rosy pink and white tinted young leaves (which later mature to reddish purple) and the rocket-resembling upright columnar habit. Yellow flowers in spring are followed by red berries, so there's plenty to keep you interested. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. 3 to 4...

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    READY EARLY SUMMER 2017. Choisya are justifiably popular evergreen shrubs that have multi-fingered glossy leaves and - in early and usually again in late summer – profuse clusters of honey-scented white flowers.  White Dazzler is a newish variety that is an improvement on the species and, indeed, most other varieties. Think an American newscaster's smile...

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    READY SPRING 2017. Boasting the darkest leaves of any astilbe bar none, Chocolate Shogun lives up to its name, at least in part, in terms of the deep colouration of its lacy foliage, which lasts through the growing season. In summer this provides a lovely backdrop to the feathery pink flower plumes that rise above it. Introduced a few years ago now, but...

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  • Not another red astrantia, you might think. Well, hold on a minute. Gill Richardson is not just another of the aforementioned, it is in fact one of the best of the newer introductions, as it combines gorgeous cherry red flowers in clusters over a long period with much more robust and vigorous foliage growth than many of its contemporaries can muster. Dead...

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  • Fuchsias are lovely things, but many are not hardy in British winters. The charming Delta’s Sarah is (hurrah!) and will do her thing from summer into autumn. More specifically, she will bear masses of large dangling flowers with white sepals and deep violet blue petals that fade to purplish maroon. Now is that nice or is that nice? Sun or semi-shade. Any...

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    The original Patty's Plum has rapidly become a highly popular oriental poppy with its large flowers in a unique and difficult to describe shade of pale plummy lilac purple. Or pinky purple, as some assert. This is Patty's tousle-haired little sister, only getting to some 30 inches in height, but boasting the same big hairdo in the same attention-arresting...

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  • Now there are lots of miscanthus out there with attractive horizontal banding to the blades, but many of them get seriously big. Gold Bar is of more manageable proportions, with the bands in the colouration the name suggests. Coppery red flowering plumes in the late season mature to creamy beige. Sun or semi-shade. Any well drained soil. 48 in. 2 litre pot.

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    READY SPRING 2017. Elephant's Ears is the common name for bergenia, and when you study the large slightly crinkled evergreen leaves, you can see why. Claire Maxine is a particularly nice specimen with glossy green leaves flushed with red that turn deep burgundy in colour during the colder months. Deep pink flowers on sturdy stems herald the spring and pop...

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  • An attractive compact version of agave, aka the century plant, that will suit a nice pot, though it is pretty hardy and can be grown outdoors in the southern counties. Sturdy blue green leaves with creamy edging, sometimes tinged pink. Warm sunny spot. Well drained soil. 6 in. 2 litre decorative pot.

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  • An exceptionally long flowering season, starting in May, is what sets this campanula apart from its peers, especially if you help things along with a little deadheading. Shiny violet purple buds open up to icy blue flowers with hints of violet. Iridescent bells, as it says on the tin. Now that’s nice. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. 24 in. 2 litre...

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  • Torch plant is the common name for this hardy aloe, and you will see why when, in late summer, the tubular orangey red flowers dangle on wiry stems above the rosette of white spotted succulent leaves. Spreads by forming new rosettes. Syn. Aloe Ellenbergeri and also sometimes called the bearded aloe. A little hipster, perhaps. Full sun. Well drained soil....

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  • Sunny indeed are the prolific flowers of this variety which clothe the arching stems in late summer and early autumn, with orange buds opening to reveal starry golden yellow flowers. Crocosmia Sunglow is a recent introduction and a welcome one. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. 24 to 30 in. 2 litre pot.

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  • Arching mahogany-coloured stems arise among the sword-shaped foliage of Crocosmia Emberglow in late summer bearing a profusion of flowers of an arresting deep crimson red. As in red-hot embers, we imagine. Relatively new and exceptionally nice. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. 24 to 30 in. 2 litre pot.

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  • There is something rather wicked sounding about the name Babylon. Naughty but nice perhaps. It is certainly a nice crocosmia, with large rather open mango-red flowers with mahogany throats in late summer and early autumn and the usual sword-like leaves. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. 24 to 30 in. 2 litre pot.

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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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