For the first time and by popular request we are now able to offer a large selection of other perennial plants all growing  in pots for sale good condition.    For collection (sorry no mailing at the moment).

Acacia dealbata Mimosa, Silver WattleFast growing little evergreen tree - the classic Mimosa with the ferny leaves. Masses of fragrant yellow flowers in spring. Requires full sun and reasonably well drained (but not chalky) soil. The flowers are yellow, fragrant and copious.£9.00
Achillea 'Summer Pastels'YarrowWith a soft palette of pastel colored flowers, Achillea millefolium 'Summer Pastels' is a stunning Yarrow with masses of long-lasting flower clusters, up to 8 in. wide (20 cm), in glorious shades of red, pink, yellow, orange, salmon, lilac, purple and white.£8.00
Actinidia chinensis deliciosa Kiwi Fruit, Chinese GooseberryActinidia deliciosa is a dioecious, woody vine usually selected as an addition to individual's gardens because of its kiwi fruit and leaves. Since this plant is dioecious, if you want it to fruit, you must plant both a male and a female plant of Actinidia deliciosa.  The fruit has both nutritional properties and health benefits.  It can be eaten raw and is added to salads.£8.50
Ajuga reptans 'Atropurpurea'BugleAtropurpurea' is a vigorous perennial forming a dense mat of deep bronze-purple, ovate leaves and short erect spikes to 15cm tall, of deep blue flowers in late spring and early summer£6.50
Carex morrowii 'Ice Dance'Chinese SedgeCarex morrowii 'Ice Dance' will thrive in any rich, fertile soil and will happily grow in a lightly shaded spot or full sun. This elegant form of evergreen sedge with wide green leaves edged with a crisp, silvery margins will be a lovely addition to your garden, perhaps try it cascading at the edge of a water feature.£8.50
Clematis montana 'Elizabeth' Clematis montana 'Elizabeth'Sweetly scented, Clematis 'Elizabeth' is a very large deciduous climber with charming, single, pale pink flowers adorned with a satin sheen, 2-3 in. across (5-7 cm), from late spring to early summer. The blossoms are so profuse that they generally cover the foliage of ternate, mid-green leaves, emerging bronze.£8.00
Cornus alba 'Sibirica'Red-stemmed DogwoodBright coral-red stems in winter. This shrub is deciduous so it will lose all its leaves in autumn, then fresh new foliage appears again each spring. Position: full sun to part shade. Soil: any moderately fertile soil£7.50
Corydalis temulifolia 'Chocolate Stars'FumitoryRich reddish brown leaves give rise to lavender pink flowers in spring. Leaves fade to green by late June. A stunner, rarely offered for sale.£12.50
Crocus tomasinianus 'Barrs Purple'Barrs Purple CrocusA charming species and one of the best for naturalising when planted in great masses under trees or in clusters in your border. It flowers in early spring with large purple-lilac flowers with a grey sheen to the outside of the petals. 5 PER POT£2.50
Crocus tomasinianus 'Ruby Giant''Ruby Giant CrocusA dainty botanical crocus not a giant as it names implies. This little beauty will happily natrualise if left undisturbed. 5 PER POT£2.50
Cyclamen coumCyclamen CoumA tough plant that needs no mollycoddling to produce a mass of beautiful flowers. The garden writer EA Bowles wrote that they ‘pay good rent’ because, as well as their dainty blooms, they often have attractively marked leaves.£5.00
Digitalis 'Foxy Hybrids'Perennial FoxgloveA well loved variety, best known for its compact growth and free flowering habit. Unlike many traditional Digitalis, Foxglove 'Foxy' flowers in its first year from sowing - let it seed about your borders and you will see a host of upright flower spikes in no time at all! This lovely cultivar produces a blend of harmonious pink and white blooms which are loved by pollinating insects and make excellent cut flowers for a vase indoors. Height: 90cm (36"). Spread: 60cm (24").£3.00
Digitalis luteaDigitalis luteaAn uncommon and attractive, small Foxglove with glossy green leaves and pretty yellow flowers that are crowded down one side of the spike. 2ft (60cm). Perennial£2.50
Eranthis hyemalisWinter AconiteHardy spreading perennial to 10cm in height, with cup-shaped bright yellow flowers 3cm in width from late winter, surrounded by divided leafy bracts. Basal leaves are rich green, divided into several lobes. Plant range W Europe.£4.00
Erigeron karvinskianus FleabaneMasses of small daisies, emerging white, then turning pink, with yellow centres, give this plant an unusual, two-tone effect. It has a long flowering period, from May to October, and is amazingly versatile, being low-growing, happy in sun or partial shade and thriving in any well-drained soil. It's also tolerant of coastal conditions. Try it as an edging plant in a mixed border, alongside paths, in a gravel garden, spilling over walls, or planted in the cracks in paving. Bees and butterflies love all erigerons, so they make a wonderful addition to a wildlife garden, too. Height 15cm Spread 15cm£6.00
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Spessart' CranesbillGeranium macrorrhizum ‘Spessart’ bears mats of aromatic foliage from which delicate soft pink to white flowers appear throughout summer. The leaves turn a beautiful bronze before falling in autumn. It’s well suited to growing in rock gardens or using to edge paths. It also works well in containers. Height 50cm spread 60cm£5.00
Heuchera 'Palace Purple'Coral BellsOne of the most widely planted variety of Coral Bells, award winning Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple' features very large, lustrous, star-shaped leaves, ranging in color from deep olive green to purplish-bronze to brilliant deep purple. Their undersides are a striking metallic amethyst purple. Height 40cm spread 30cm£6.00
Helleborus orientalisHelleborus orientalisThese fine Hellebores, also known as the Lenten Rose or Christmas Rose, produce pretty bowl shaped flowers in January to March in an array of hues, some will be spotted within. The leaves are a glossy dark green. They love partially shaded spots and can be left undisturbed so they can produce expanding clumps of evergreen foliage. Height 40-45cm.£7.50
Iris reticulata 'Alida'Iris reticulata 'Alida'An early spring flowering variety, it has orchid like flowers and is a soft silky blue colour with a yellow throat. If left undisturbed these bulbs will naturalise well. They grow to heights of between 10-15cm, they work well at the front of borders or patio pots as illustrated and will also do well in rockeries. Preferring direct or partial sunlight these stunning Iris flower from February/March. 5 PER POT£2.50
Iris reticulata 'Katharine Hodgkin'Iris reticulata 'Katharine Hodgkin'A stunning variety of Iris that holds the prestigeous RHS Award of Garden Merit. The beautiful flowers are a mixture of pale blue, white and sunny yellow in a unique mixture or stripes and spots. Growing to height of 15cm. 5 PER POT£2.50
Leucanthemum x superbumCrazy daisy A stunning variety of Iris that holds the prestigeous RHS Award of Garden Merit. The beautiful flowers are a mixture of pale blue, white and sunny yellow in a unique mixture or stripes and spots. Growing to height of 15cm£7.50
Leucojum vernumSnowflakeFlowering in late winter to early spring, the Spring Snowflake (Leucojum vernum) generally appears at the same time as the snowdrops Height 25cm Spread 7cm£4.30
Libertia chiliensis Libertia chiliensis An evergreen perennial forming a large clump of erect, linear leaves, with clusters of white flowers borne on stiff stems in late spring and early summer, followed by conspicuous seed capsules. Height 1m Spread 1m£5.50
Lycium chinense Goji Berry A deciduous Shrub growing to 2.5 m (8ft) by 2 m (6ft) at a medium rate. It is hardy in the UK. It flowers from June to August followed by orange edible fruit from September onwards £6.00
Lychnis coronariaRose CampionA species of flowering plant in the family Caryophyllaceae, native to Asia and Europe. Other common names include Dusty Miller, Mullein-Pink and Bloody William. Height 60cm Spread 50cm£2.50
Myosotis 'Blue Ball' Forget-me-not Compact and ball shaped with bright blue flowers. Culinary note: The flowers can be sprinkled over desserts to add a delicate scented flavour. Height 15cm Spread 20cm£1.50
Narcissus bulbocodium 'Arctic Bells'Hoop-petticoat DaffodilBest planted in well drained, fertile soil. Keep soil moist during the growing season and allow the leaves to die back naturally before deadheading. They can be lifted and moved once the foliage has died off or they can be left to naturalise when planted in grass or under trees, where they can be left undisturbed for years.£7.00
Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens' Black Mondo Grass This small, easy to grow, clump-forming evergreen perennial has strappy, inky purple, grass-like leaves. In summer, small spikes of bell-shaped, pale mauve flowers appear, followed by spherical, dark blue fruit. Height 15cm Spread 30cm £7.00
Oreganum vulgare 'Aureum'Golden OreganoAromatic golden colour leaves. ... The aromatic leaves of this edible herb are a lovely golden colour, and from midsummer to early autumn, they are crowned with clusters of small pink flowers. Height 15cm Spread 45cm£5.00
Pyracantha 'Orange Glow' Pyracantha 'Orange Glow'The most versatile shrub in the garden. Masses of blossom in June. An ideal climbing, specimen or screening plant. Ht. 2-3m. Can be pruned robustly to any manageable size as required. £8.50
Rosmarinus officinalisRosemaryParticularly attractive evergreen shrub with strongly aromatic, needle-like leaves and clusters of pale blue to white flowers. Widely used as a culinary herb.£6.00
Rubus cockburnianus White-stemmed Bramble Rubus cockburnianus, the white-stemmed bramble, is a species of flowering plant in the family Rosaceae. It is endemic to China. This bramble is a shrub growing up to 3 meters tall. The smaller branches are brown or reddish, hairless, waxy, and armed sparsely with prickles. £9.00
Rubus phoenicolasiusJapanese WineberryUnbelievably sweet orange-red to dark red berries of delicious flavour. Vigorous and upright habit. Self Fertile. Pretty red stems.£10.00
Salvia microphylla 'Cerro Potosi' Perennial Salvia Salvia microphylla ‘Cerro Potosi’ is an evergreen shrub with aromatic leaves and striking magenta flowers from midsummer to late autumn – they’re  popular with bees. Height 90cm Spread 80cm. £8.00
Salvia officinalis purpurescens Purple SageAward-winner Salvia officinalis 'Purpurascens' (Purple Sage) is a favorite of many cooks and gardeners for its unique flavor and lovely foliage. 'Purpurascens' is a compact, semi-evergreen dwarf shrub or perennial with strongly aromatic, oblong, purple young leaves delicately maturing to silvery-green. Height 60cm Spread 60cm.£6.00
Salvia sclarea var. turkestanica Clary Sage Scores of tall stems bearing many pink to white bracts and soft blue and white tiny flowers. Remaining spectacular, even in early autumn. Although biennial, this salvia may be treated as a short lived perennial if flowers are removed in second and subsequent years. £6.50
Saxifraga x urbiumLondon PrideS. × urbium is an evergreen perennial to 30cm in height, forming wide mats of rosettes of spoon-shaped, long-stalked leaves with scalloped margins. Small pink-flushed white flowers are borne in lax panicles from early summer.£5.00
Scilla lilio-hyacinthus Pyrenean SquillFrom woods and damp places on the slope of the Pyrenees this has large scaly lily like bulbs. Planted in open woodland its wide shiny foliage emerges as the snowdrops flower, before presenting its squill flowers in late April. Height 25cm £12.50
Scilla mischtschenkoanaScilla mischtschenkoanaA bulbous perennial of the asparagus family that typically grows to 3-6" tall. It is native to northern Iran and the Caucasus. Campanulate, star-shaped, pale blue flowers bloom in February and March in loose upright racemes. Each flower has six spreading, petal-like, pale blue tepals, with each tepal having a distinctive single dark blue mid-rib. 5 per pot£6.50
Sisyrinchium striatum Pale Yellow-eyed Grass A clump-forming perennial bearing fans of iris-like foliage, topped by clusters of pale yellow flowers in June and July. It thrives in sunny positions and well-drained soil, so makes a lovely addition to gravel gardens. Height 60cm Spread 30cm £3.00
Symphytum grandiflorum 'Sky Blue Pink'Spring flowering ComfreyThis unusual form of the old cottage garden plant (Symphytum grandiflorum) is one of the first spring flowers to appear in March. Short, rough stems bearing hairy leaves carry terminal bunches of long pink buds opening to blue and white tubular flowers. Height 60cm Spread 45cm£7.50
Thymus serphyllum Creeping Thyme Wild or creeping thyme, Thymus serpyllum, is native to a wide area of Europe and Asia, including the UK. It's a good choice for ground cover in sunny sites, Height 25cm Spread 45cm £4.00
Toona sinensis Chinese CedarCommonly called Chinese mahogany, Chinese cedar, Chinese toon, beef and onion plant, or red toon is a species of Toona native to eastern and southeastern Asia, from North Korea. Height 8m£35.00
Triteleia 'Queen Fabiola' Triteleia 'Queen Fabiola'Also known as the Starflower, Triplet Lily or Wild Hyacinth. Native to California where it grows wild. Bright green, grass-like leaves appear first, followed by clusters of violet purple star shaped blossoms with blue anthers in late spring. It is very adaptable and will tolerate heavy soils and sunny baking locations. 5 per pot £2.50
Zanthoxylum simulans Chinese Pepper TreeThis is a medium-sized, deciduous shrub you may well like to try in your garden both for ornament and interest. Handsome and attractive with stout spines, it has aromatic, glossy, shining, bright green pinnate leaves turning reddish-yellow in autumn. In spring it bears clusters of tiny, cup-shaped, yellowish-green flowers followed by ornamental orange-red fruits. 8ft (2.4m)£7.00