Garden Flowers & Succulents

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  • Aeonium – Schwarzkopf

    £7.99
    1L pot

    Sometimes known as Black Rose, this striking succulent can be grown indoors or outdoors. If growing outdoors, our recommendation is to plant in pots using compost for succulents, and bring it under cover during the winter as it doesn’t fare well against frost. It needs a good four to six hours of sunshine each day. The more sun it gets, the darker the leaves become. It can spread to about 1.5 metres, so best to re-pot it as it grows.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Schwarzkopf

    Type: Evergreen

     

  • Aeonium Haworthii – Bicolor

    £7.99
    1L pot

    This is quite a bushy little succulent that will reach an eventual spread of around 15cm height and 15cm spread. It produces cream coloured flowers that are surprisingly popular with bees and reasonably good for cutting too, but the main point of interest is its red-tinged foliage which is visible year round. Great for gravel/rock gardens and walls, or grow in pots filled with succulent compost. If growing outdoors, protect from frost or bring undercover in winter.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Haworthii-Bicolor

    Type: Evergreen

     

  • Agapanthus – Africanus ‘Albus’

    £18.99
    3L pot

    A gorgeous white agapanthus, this variety will reach a height of around 60cm. Plant in full sun in well draining soil. Great for beds and borders, and will return each year. If growing in pots, choose a sturdy pot that is around 40-50cm deep and make sure it has good drainage. Usually from July to September. You can use the flowers for cutting although you may prefer to leave them in the garden for the bees!

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (3 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Africanus – Albus

    Type: Herbaceous Perennial

     

  • Agapanthus – His Majesty Blue

    £18.99
    3L pot

    A real stunner of an agapanthus because of the deep blue. Will grow to approx. 60-70cm tall. Plant in full sun in well draining soil. Great for beds and borders, and will return each year. If growing in pots, choose a sturdy pot that is around 40-50cm deep and make sure it has good drainage. Usually flowers in July/August. Makes a lovely cut flower, although you may want to leave it in the garden as they are so beautiful!

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (3 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: His Majesty Blue

    Type: Herbaceous Perennial

     

  • Alstroemeria Inca – Husky

    £7.99
    1L pot

    Also known as Peruvian Lily. Great for cutting. Usually flowers from midsummer to late autumn. Will form a lovely clump, growing to approx 50cm high and wide over about 5 years. A perennial plant that dies back in winter and re-emerges in spring. Well suited to growing in pots and containers, or plant in a border in either full sun or partial shade.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Husky

    Type: Hardy Perennial

     

  • Alstroemeria Inca – Magic

    £7.99
    1L pot

    Slightly smaller than ‘Husky’ this variety of Alstroemeria Inca (also known as Peruvian Lily) forms a clump, growing to approx 30cm high and wide over about 5 years. Produces striking white and magenta flowers through summer and autumn that are great for cutting. A perennial plant that dies back in winter and re-emerges in spring. Well suited to growing in pots and containers, or plant in a border in either full sun or partial shade.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Magic

    Type: Hardy Perennial

     

  • Anacyclus – Silver Kisses

    £7.99
    1L pot

    The buds on this plant are misleading as they’re a lovely deep pink that makes you think the flowers will be pink too, but then they open up into gorgeous daisy-like white and yellow. This is a low-growing mat-like plant that is great for ground cover. It flowers through spring and summer – keep deadheading to encourage more flowers. Ideal for rockeries, or plant at the front of borders or into containers.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Silver Kisses

    Type: Hardy Perennial

  • Erigeron – Sea of Blossom

    £7.99
    1L pot

    You’ll see this growing in the walls of many a garden here in Cornwall. It’s a bit of a classic for walls and rockeries, and popular in cottage gardens too. It usually starts flowering in late spring and keeps going, producing daisy-like flowers right through autumn. It’s great for growing on banks and slopes, planted along the top of walls or in a rockery. Good for pots and containers too. Needs full sun.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Sea of Blossom

    Type: Hardy Semi-Evergreen Perennial

  • Erodium x Variable – Roseum

    £7.99
    1L pot

    This hardy little plant is great for gravel/rock gardens, or in containers or at the very front of borders. It forms small clumps, reaching 25cm wide and 10cm high, producing sweet pink geranium-like flowers from May through to September. It should survive the UK winters, but protect from frost or snow in colder parts of the country. It’s a lovely one to plant in with herb gardens, adding some floral interest (although it is not edible so be careful!)

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Roseum

    Type: Evergreen

     

  • Iberis – Pink Ice

    £7.99
    1L pot

    This gorgeous variety of candytuft grows into cushiony mounds of icy pink flowers that keep on going from spring to autumn. It’ll grow to approximately 50cm high and wide. It is great for rockeries, but we really like it in a container for patio gardens. It is fairly hardy and should survive in most spots of the UK over winter.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Pink Ice

    Type: Hardy Evergreen Perennial

  • Lampranthus – Pink

    £7.99
    1L pot

    This trailing, low-growing evergreen succulent produces gorgeous soft pink, daisy-like flowers from late spring right through summer. It’s not fully hardy, so if you plant it outside, make sure it is in well drained soil so that it doesn’t get waterlogged in wet winters and choose a sheltered spot (i.e not a frost pocket!) Great for rock gardens, walls and it’s a good choice for hanging baskets too. Spreads to about 30cm.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Pink

    Type: Half Hardy

  • Sedum – Atlantis

    £7.99
    1L pot

    These compact plants produce beautiful variegated leaves in rosette shapes, and delicate yellow flowers in the height of summer. They are super hardy, so no problem growing them in the UK. They are fairly low growing, at around 30cm high, and spread in a mat-like way approx 50cm. Great for rockeries, and in our humble opinion, even better for pots and containers. They may turn a little pink in autumn/winter.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Sedum – Atlantis

    Type: Hardy Evergreen Perennial

  • Sedum – Gold Mound

    £7.99
    1L pot

    As the name suggests, these succulent leaves form a stunning golden mound. They are great in containers, but you could grow them in a rock garden or at the front of a border too. The plants produce bright yellow flowers in midsummer.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Gold Mound

    Type: Evergreen Perennial

  • Sedum – Pachyclados

    £7.99
    1L pot

    Low-growing, this sedum makes a good groundcover and is especially good in rock gardens or in containers. It produces white, star-like flowers in late summer. Grows to 10-15cm tall and spreads to 30cm. It is fairly hardy so will do well in most parts of the UK over winter.

    Number of plants: 1 plant – (1 litre biodegradable pot)

    Variety: Pachyclados

    Type: Hardy Semi-Evergreen Perennial