Unique evergreen variegated flowers and foliage. Flowers are cream, lime and green, foliage is cream, blue-green and has stunning red-pink colouring through cooler months. Best introduction for ages! Tolerates heat, dry and even some shade.
PBR 50cm £5.00
Large outward-facing deep red flowers on dark stems. Pleated foliage.
Lovely deep red flowers, darker than usual. Much requested in the garden. Sun.
Forms a mound of rich maroon-red foliage, with contrasting golden flowers in spring. Smoulders all summer long! One of our current favourites.
PBR NEW 30cm £5.00
Bright yellow and white foliage all year, grey-purple flowers April-July. Eye-catching in a shady spot.
Fat spikes of red to yellow flowers on stout stems. Red hot pokers prefer good, well-drained soil in sun, but can tolerate part shade.
Dwarf form with coral and yellow flowers from July. Attractive blue-grey leaves. Sun.
The best red foliage, turning earlier than most, sunny open spot.
Clump forming grass with cream-striped foliage. Good in shade.
Bright green leaves with a dark chevron mark in the centre. Red flowers late summer to autumn. Compact and well behaved.
Syn. Seseli libanotis. Forms a clump of ferny dark green leaves, topped in summer with umbels of white flowers. A garden designer's favourite!
Giant reed, growing up to 10ft high! Grey-green leaves. Needs a warm spot in moist soil.
A Lily of the Valley in a pin-striped suit, needs some sun to retain the variegation.
Tall red stems carry long white flowerheads from June.
Vivid magenta flowers, dark veins, June-September.
Eyecatching variegated foliage, then pale pink flowers in summer. Sun or part shade.
NEW 40cm £5.00