Category: Bare Root Perennials

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Corydalis Calycosa – Bare Root Perennial X1

true-blue Flowers Every Yearhappy In Dappled Or Deep Shadeenjoy A Wave Of Rare Sky-blue Tubular Flowers take Advantage Of The Rare Sky-blue Flowers Of Corydalis Calycosa; A Cottage-garden Fumitory That Is Most Happy In Awkward Dry Shady Spots Where Other Flowers Are Absent. It’s Not Often You Come Across Lovely Sky-blue Flowers So Maximise On This Rare Perennial.happy In Patio Or Balcony Containers Too Fumitory Corydalis Calycosa Brings Your Outdoor Space To Life Even If You Don’t Have A Lawn And Surrounding Beds. The Flowers Work Particularly Well With Other Alpine And Rock Garden Flowers Like Pasque Flowers Pulsatilla, Wood Anenomes, Erythroniums And Wild Dwarf Tulips.useful Tips:we Recommend That You Partner Your Corydalis Calycosa With The Interesting Trailing Leaves Of Helichrysum Or Creeping Jenny If Growing In Containers. All These Varieties Appreciate Dappled Shade.plant In A Well-aired Compost. John Innes No2 Or A Potting Compost Are Suitable Media For These Beautiful Flowers.

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Geum Totally Tangerine – Bare Root Perennial X1

Featured Extensively In The Gardens At The Rhs Chelsea Flower Show This Year. Grow For Yourself This Vibrant And Zesty Orange Flower, Especially Suited Around Ponds And In Moist Soil.geum Totally Tangerine Will Lift Your Spirits In An Instant With Their Bright, Citrusy Flower Colours, Brightening Your Mood And Brightening Your Garden.grow 4-5 In Every Square Metre (square Yard) To Bring Your Flower Bed Or Pondside To Life. The Orange Flower Come Back Every Year And Attract Honey-making Bees And Other Wildlife.

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Salvia Caradonna – Bare Root Perennial X1

Tall Spires Of Rich-purple Flowers Complement Perennial Grasses Beautifully. Grow Close Together In Groups Of Three For Impact. compact In Growth This Upright Flower Brings Lots Of Emperor-purple Colour To Your Flower Display Whether You Grow Salvia Caradonna In Containers Or In Your Flower Bed.salvia Caradonna Brings In Lots Of Pollinating Insects Like Honey-making Bees And Butterflies Like Small Tortoiseshells. Fantastic When You Want To Produce A Wildlife Garden.grow 5 – 7 Plants In A Square Metre (square Foot) Area In Your Flower Bed Or Grow One In The Centre Of A 30cm (12in) Container Surrounded By Trailing Lobelia Or Trailing Petunias.

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Full Colour Perennial Border Collection – Bare Root 1×6

Enjoy Creating Colour And Height Contrasts In Your Garden That Come Back In Summer Year After Year With These Fantastic Perennials;1 Bare-root Each Of;iris Teal Velvet – Purple Petals With White Speckled Baseslupin Manhattan Lights – Spikes Of Purple And Yellow Contrasting Flowerscirsium Rivulare Atropurpureum – Ornamental Red-purple Thistle Varietygeranium Johnson’s Blue – Mauve Cottage-garden Flowersgeum Totally Tangerine – Orange-yellow Garden Flowerssalvia Nemorosa Caradonna – Tall Purple Spikes

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Full Colour Perennial Border Collection – Bare Root 3×6

Enjoy Filling A 5 Square Metre Flower Bed With 3 Plants Each Of Iris Teal Velvet, Lupin Manhattan Lights, Cirsium Rivulare Atropurpureum, Geranium Johnson’s Blue, Geum Totally Tangerine And Salvia Nemerosa Caradonna.fills A 5 Square Metre (54 Square Feet) Flower Bed Or Around 8-10 Containers If You Fancy A Lovely Container Display.3 Bare-root Plants Each Of;iris Teal Velvetlupin Manhattan Lightscirsium Rivulare Atropurpureumgeranium Johnson’s Bluegeum Totally Tangerinesalvia Nemerosa Caradonna

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Paeonia Rubra Plena – Bare Root Perennial X1

royal Horticultural Society Award Of Garden Meritdecades Of Rich Rose-like Flowersattractive Buds Burst Into Large Blooms this Beautiful Perennial Is Great For Borders In The Garden. The Attractive Leaves Come Up First In Early Spring And Then Make Way For Strong Flowering Stems With Large Spherical Buds That Burst Into Rose-like Flowers.peony Rubra Plena Comes Back Every Year For Decades And Can Be Moved From One Garden To The Next To Carry On Its Legacy From One Generation To The Next. Popular And Traditional Peony Work In Many Planting Schemes- Plant Them In Herbaceous Borders In The Centre Or Plant One In A Container Filled With Rich Compost To Establish Well.unwins Flower Buyer Nikki Adores Peony Rubra Plena, Planted In Her Garden And Taking Pride And Place In One Of Her Flower Beds.“my Love Of Peonies Stems From My Upbringing; They Are A Favourite Of My Dad’s And That Love Has Been Passed Onto Me. You Can Grow Peonies In Flowerbeds And They Just Get Better And Better Every Year. Fragrant And Flamboyant My Peonies Do Me Proud.”(nikki, Unwins Flower Buyer)useful Tip:position Plant Supports Over The Emerging Leaves In Early Spring. This Prevents The Rich, Large Flowers From Flopping Over Later In The Season. Add A Mulch Of Rich Compost Early Spring Or In Autumn To Keep The Soil Moisture In.

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Geranium Havana Blues – Bare Root Perennial X1

Beautiful Colour Contrasts! What’s More, It Keeps Flowering Until The First Frosts. Yellow-green, Finely Divided Foliage Is A Fine Accompaniment To The Lovely Flowers.this Bare-root Variety Arrives To You As A Bare-root Plant Fully Labelled Plant With Its Roots Surrounded By A Polythene Bag To Give The Roots A Good, Humid Environment.bare-root Plants Are Perfect For You To Plant In The Ground Or In Containers Anytime From Autumn To Spring.  the Head Of Leaves And Stems Will Burst Into Leaf And Flower From Next Spring, And A Good Root Network Which Will Establish In The Ground Over Winter.remove The Polythene Bag And Water The Root Area Of Your Bare-root Plant On Arrival. Try To Plant Straight Away But If This Is Not Possible Your Plant Will Survive Up To Two Or Three Days With Its Roots Buried In Some Loose Moist Soil. Keep Out Of Direct-sun Until Permanently Planted.once Planted In Rich, Moist Soil Provide A Thick Layer Of Compost On The Surface Around The Plant Will Keep The Soil Area Warm And The Roots Stimulated For Over Winter. 

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Geranium Collection – Bare Root Perennial 1×3

Super-value Collection.get Hold Of One Plant Each Of Geranium Sanguineum Elke, geranium Sandrine, Havana Blues. Beautiful Hardy Geraniums To Suit All Parts Of Your Garden.these Bare-root Varieties Arrive To You As A Bare-root Plant Fully Labelled Plants With Their Roots Surrounded By A Polythene Bag To Give The Roots A Good, Humid Environment.bare-root Plants Are Perfect For You To Plant In The Ground Or In Containers Anytime From Autumn To Spring.  the Head Of Leaves And Stems Will Burst Into Leaf And Flower From Next Spring, And A Good Root Network Which Will Establish In The Ground Over Winter.remove The Polythene Bag And Water The Root Area Of Your Bare-root Plant On Arrival. Try To Plant Straight Away But If This Is Not Possible Your Plant Will Survive Up To Two Or Three Days With Its Roots Buried In Some Loose Moist Soil. Keep Out Of Direct-sun Until Permanently Planted.once Planted In Rich, Moist Soil Provide A Thick Layer Of Compost On The Surface Around The Plant Will Keep The Soil Area Warm And The Roots Stimulated For Over Winter.

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Sanguisorba Menziesii – 9cm Potted Perennial X1

Tactile And Pretty Grow This With Feathery Grass Varieties For Interesting Textures In Your Garden. This Variety Produces Feathery Felty Flower Heads On Tall Stems Above A Canopy Of Ladder-like Leaves. A Perennial That Offers Real Structural Interest.consider Growing Multiple Sanguisorba Plants Throughout Your Flower Bed To Provide Interesting Texture With Daisy-like Plants Of Echinaceas.in Bouquets Sanguisorbas Look Great As Part Of A Late-summer Collection With Golden Rod And Ornamental Grasses. Try Adding Roses Too Cut Form Your Garden For A Bit Of Exuberance.

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Spigelia Marilandica – Bare Root Perennial X1

Grow This Variety That Has Firework-like Flowers In Any Spot Of Your Garden In Good, Rich Soil. Fondly Called Indian Pink, The Flowers Look Like Jester Hats On Account Of The Red And Yellow Petals.similar In Appearance To Fuchsias This Variety Is Happy In Full Sun Where It Would Look Great With Green And Red Grasses Like Imperata ‘red Baron’ Or Red Phormiums. It Is Equally Happy In Part Sun Beneath Small Ornamental Trees And Would Complement The Evergreen Red Leaves Of Barberries.grow 3 Plants Per Square Metre (square Yard) For An Impactful Display.in September Pick Off Dead Flowers And Stems And Feed The Roots With Some Rich Fertiliser. The Following Year Spigelia Will Return With More Flowering Stems.