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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 Peonies.so 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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Campanula Sarastro – Bare Root Perennial X1

Deep Shiny Violet-purple Buds Open To Huge Blue Pendant Bell Flowers. Forming A Dense Mound Of Foliage On Upright Stems This Variety Grows In Most Soil Types And Aspects. Great For Borders, Great For Containers!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 Sanguineum Elke – Bare Root Perennial X1

Flowering Through The Summer Months In Those Difficult Hot, Dry Areas Under Trees This Fluorescent Purple-pink Geranium With White Centre Thrives. Giving Interest Into Autumn Where The Foliage Turns Vivid Red.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 Sandrine – Bare Root Perennial X1

Large Purple Pink Flowers 5cm (2in) In Diameter With Mesmerising Dark Black Central Eyes. The Foliage Is Light Green, Providing A Striking Contrast With The Lovely Flowers. Attract A Host Of Beneficial Pollinators.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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Lily Of The Valley X45 Bare Root Plants

Lily Of The Valley Is A Much-loved Flower Full Of Fragrance For Indoors And Out. Enjoy The Wonderful And Unique Scent Of This Popular Perennial.grow Your Ready-to-plant 'pips' Indoors In A Shallow Container For A Beautiful Display Then, After Flowering, Simply Replant Them In Any Part Of Your Garden To Naturalise. once Established This Hardy Perennial Will Give You Sweet-smelling Carpets Of Flowers In Shady Areas Of Your Garden For Years To Come.  indoor Plantingplant The Lily Of The Valley ‘pips’ Into Good Moisture Retentive Compost In A Shallow Decorative Container Indoors; A Wicker Basket Or Shallow Terracotta Trough Is Ideal.keep Them Warm And Moist And They’ll Send Up Delicate Spikes Of Scented White Bells.once They Have Delighted Indoors, You Can Plant Them Out In The Garden To Naturalise.outdoor Plantingplant The Rhizomes In Moist, Humus-rich Soil Min 2-3 Cm Deep, Spreading The Roots.  Once They Are Well Rooted They Will Spread By Means Of The Underground Rhizomes.they Are An Excellent Ground Cover That Lasts Until Frost Sets  In. They Will Form Large Clumps That Need Almost No Care And Live For Many Years.lily Of The Valley Grow Best In A Moist Shaded Site, Thriving In Even Deep Shade.they’ll Come Back Into Flower Every Year And Once Established They’ll Spread Into Glorious Carpets Of Spring Scent And Colour.they Can Be Divided And Replanted Between September -november 15 Pips Will Fill A 12cm Pot

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Astrantia Claret – Masterwort X1 -bare Root Perennial

Commonly Known As Masterwort, The Flowers are Surrounded By Long-lasting Bracts. Astrantia Flower Heads Look Like Pincushions Hence The Plants' other Common Name Of Hattie's Pincushion.  Astrantia 'claret' Has Crimson Flowers That Are Produced In Profusion Above Attractive Lobed Foliage.astrantia Are Perfect Plants For Moist, Shady Borders.plant The Bare Roots Into Weed Free Soil And Water In.cut Back Spent Stems In Late Autumn When Flowering Has Finished And Plants Will Re-emerge Next Spring