Within this category is a selection of hardy, half-hardy and tender perennials, and also for wont of a better place to put them the handfull of annuals and biennials, which we currently grow.
This is now a collection of over 600 varieties. There are some unusual treasures to find within this selection of plants, such as Iris ensata ‘Lady in Waiting’, choice Dahlias and a good range of penstemons, as well as garden stalwarts, such as Lupins, Achilleas and Primulas.
Classified in this catagory are the Penstemons (as mentioned above); An excellent selection of plants, and you won’t find better than these for colourful displays of flowers throughout the summer. Our selection includes many of the stalwarts, in shades of pinks, reds and whites, and also some of the sought-after blue varireties, such as P. heterophyllus ‘Heavenly Blue’ and P. ‘Woodpecker’.
Our selection of Salvias now consists of 40 varieties. They are a diverse range of plants, which includes both tender and hardy forms, and shrubby, sub-shrubby and herbaceous types. Most salvias have pleasantly scented leaves (Sage, Tangerine Sage, Pineapple Sage and Blackcurrant Sage, to name a few). Some are equally fascinating by having foliage with an unpleasant aroma - and still you’ll find yourself repeatedly smelling them! And as for flowers, they range from light to royal blues through yellow/browns to vibrant reds and even pure whites. Our selection consists of around 40 varieties.
Also included here, are the bulbous plants; for example, we are once again growing Zantedeschia aethiopica ‘Pink Mist’, due to it’s popularity (that pink flush in the centre of the flowers is irrestible).