Category: Bare Root Perennials

Lily Of The Valley X5 Pips 0

Lily Of The Valley X5 Pips

recommended By The Royal Horticultural Societyhighly Scentedgreat In Shadefills Soil Pockets Perfectlyintricate Little Bellsreturns Every Yearfast-growinggives A Carpet Of White Flowers In Early Summerenjoy The Glorious White Bell Flowers Of This Highly Scented Variety. Lily-of-the-valley Is A Perennial Favourite For Gardeners Across The Country. Successful In Sun Or Shade It Produces A Wonderful Carpet Of White Flowers, High In Fragrance And Pretty In Fact That The Royal Horticultural Society Recognises It And Has Given It The Award Of Garden Merit. Plant In Containers For The Patio, In Planters Such As A Trough For Windowsills That Is Treated To A Breeze Now And Again Or Plant In Garden Flower Beds To Bring Them To Life In May With Flowers Captivating In Scent And Appearance.useful Tip:we Recommend That You Plant Lily-of-the-valley With Bluebells, Aconites And Snowdrops, All Perfect For Providing Carpets Of Colour Beneath Trees And Shrubs Or Other Garden Situations That Cast Half To Full Shade.add Heady Fragrance To The Home By Getting Hold Of Secateurs And Cutting Some Stems. Put Them In Vases Dotted Around The House. They Flower In May While Sweet Peas Are Coming Into Flower And Make The Perfect Partner For Those Fabulous Cut Sweet Peas.

Full Colour Perennial Border Collection - Bare Root 3x6 0

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

Full Colour Perennial Border Collection - Bare Root 1x6 0

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

Salvia Caradonna - Bare Root Perennial X1 0

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.

Geum Totally Tangerine - Bare Root Perennial X1 0

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.

Anchusa Loddon Royalist - Bare Root Perennial X1 0

Anchusa Loddon Royalist – Bare Root Perennial X1

Rhs Chelsea Flower Show 2017 Contender. Wonderful In Flower Borders And Cut For Vases. Beautiful Purple Flowers On Panicle Flower Heads Come Out In Summer Lasting All Season Long. Edible-flowers Make A Great Garnish And Addition To Summer Salads.fantastic Variety To Grow In Gardens To Encourage Pollinators Like Honey-making Bees And Pest-eating Hoverflies. Grow In Flower Beds Or Grow In Containers To Suit Your Garden Space.if Growing In Pots Plant 1 In The Centre Of A 30cm (12in) Pot And Surround With Lobelias For A Multi-tiered Display Of Rich Purple.

Trollius New Moon - Bare Root Perennial X1 0

Trollius New Moon – Bare Root Perennial X1

A Variety To Enhance A Border Of Wildflowers And Grasses, Much En Vogue In The Plant World. Popular Perennials, This Buttercup-like Flower Produces Lots Of Yellow-creamy Petals Giving A Look Of And A Feel Of Versatile, This Beautiful Double Buttercup Thrives In Sunny Conditions Great For A South-facing Flower Bed Or In Containers On A Sunny Patio. It Thrives Equally In Part Shade And Does Well In Moist Soils. You Can Even Consider Planting By The Side Of Your Pond To Add Welcome Colour.if Growing In Pots Plant 1 Or 2 Bare-root Plants Per Every 30cm (12in) Pot And Add Some Decorative Gravel On Top. This Is Not Only Attractive But Useful Too As The Stones Reflect The Sun’s Heat Onto The Plants Which They Favour.

Geranium Johnson's Blue - Bare Root Perennial X1 0

Geranium Johnson’s Blue – Bare Root Perennial X1

Dark-veined Lavender-coloured Flowers Appear On This Low-growing Plant Providing A Charming Carpet Of Colour In Shady Parts Of Your Garden As Well As Sunnier Parts.geranium Johnson’s Blue Is Just Lovely With Its Nicely-cut Leaves- Slightly-scented- And Flowers Held High On Long Stems. grow In Free-draining Soil – Geranium Johnson’s Blue Will Even Tolerate Poor Dusty Soils Well, Great For If You Have A Garden In A New-build Property.plant 3 In 1 Square Metre (square Foot) Area If Growing In Flower Beds Or Under Trees. The Leaves Provide Great Shelter For Wildlife Too In Summer When The Sun Gets Too Hot So Is A Good Flower If You Are An Avid Wildlife Fan.

Lupin Manhattan Lights - 11cm Potted Perennial X1 0

Lupin Manhattan Lights – 11cm Potted Perennial X1

Inject Colour And Fun Into Your Garden With Yellow And Purple Lupins That Emulate Skyscrapers By Night. Add Drama To Pots And To Your Borders With These Beautiful Flowers. Position Lots Close Together For Big Impact.plant With Yellow And Purple Bedding Like Nemesias In Front Of Your Lupins For A Contrast In Texture And Size. Nearby Yellow Day Lilies, Yellow Rudbeckias And Purple Echinops Will Enhance Lupiin Manhattan Lights Nicely.lupins Work Wonders To The Soil Too With Their Naturally Occurring Nodules In The Soil That Convert Nitrogen From The Air To Usable Nitrates For All Your Plants.

Iris Siberica 'teal Velvet' - Bare Root Perennial X1 0

Iris Siberica ‘teal Velvet’ – Bare Root Perennial X1

Broad Deep Purple Petals With Speckled White Bases Unfurl On This Beautiful Iris Giving The Flowers An Appearance Of Butterflies In Flight. Repeat-flowering In Early Summer And Mid-summer.grow With Ornamental Grasses So You Have A Display Of Lovely Delicate Grasses Punctuated With Large Purple Flowers. Iris Teal Velvet Makes A Lovely Marginal Pond Plant With Flowers Enjoying Moist Soils And Full Sun.if Left Undisturbed They Increase In Volume Year After Year So Make A Fantastic Flower To Naturalise By A Garden Pond.if Growing In Flower Beds, Position Iris Teal Velvet In The Centre Surrounded By Other Perennials Of Similar Height And Colour Like Echinops And Purple Echinaceas.