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Ranunculus ficaria 'Graham Joseph'
£4.00
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Large double cream flowers with really rich purple-blue backs. A unique combination. Fully fertile flowers held just above the leaves. 6 cm. Later flowering than some. Leaves almost all green with rare silver flecking. Found by Alan Robinson (at Wisley)

Ranunculus ficaria 'Telegraph Pole'
£6.00
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Amazing leaves, pink, brown, purple

Rhodiola fastigiata
Rhodiola fastigiata
£6.00
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A small clump-forming plant with many upright, green stems each bearing a small cluster of rich, dark red flowers which age to brown in seed. Leaves small, short and pointed. Makes brown trunks above ground looking like a small tree. 10cm. April / May. Any soil in sun but not too dry. One of my most popular plants.

Rhodiola heterodonta
£6.00
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Terminal custers of curious coppery-pink flowers. Upright, deciduous stems with many jagged-edged, purply-blue-green leaves. Solid clumps. 20cm. March. Well-drained soil in sun. Disappears early.

Rhodiola kirilowii
£6.00
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Flat heads of bright orange flowers aging to brown. Narrow, pointed, dark green leaves set along the deciduous stems. Makes a large swollen rootstock. 20cm. April / May. Any soil in sun but not too dry. Very slow to increase and difficult to propagate.

Rosa 'Katharina Zeimet'
£6.00
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Rosa 'Mme. Jules Thibaud'
£6.00
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Rosa 'Mme. Jules Thibaud

Rosa x odorata 'Crimson Bengal'
Rosa x odorata 'Crimson Bengal'
£8.00
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Many, large, brilliant dark red single flowers. Glaucous leaves and stems. Shrub to 2m. From May to frosts. Any soil in sun. Can be cut to the floor by minus 10C but it always sprouts again. Syn. 'Sanguinea'

Rosa x odorata 'Semperflorens' Syn. Miss Wilmott's double crimson china
£6.00
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Many fully double, brilliant rich red flowers. Smaller greener but purple-tinted leaves than the above. Fine stems. Shrub to 1m. From May to frosts. Any soil in sun. Can be cut to the floor by minus 10C but it always sprouts again. To us from Graham Thomas.

Rubus spectabilis 'Olympic Double'
£6.00
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Large, very double, magenta purple flowers followed by edible red berries. Fresh green lobed leaves. Attractive brown canes which are slightly bristly. 120-150cm. May/ June. Any soil in sun or part shade. Running in damper soils.

Salix alba 'Aurea'
£8.00
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More of a shrub than a tree and much less vigorous. The stems are yellowish green at first becoming more orange later. Leaves are distinctly yellow. 6ft. 180cm.

Salvia 'Blue Ice'
£5.00
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flowers in the shrubby microphylla/gregii/lycioides group. Small leaves. Shrub to 1m. From May to frosts. Well-drained soil in sun. Cut back hard in late Spring to keep neat. Very strong shoots can also be tipped. From Shirley Palmer of Homestead Plants.

Salvia 'Nachtvlinder'
Salvia 'Nachtvlinder'
£5.00
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Salvia rutilans 'Scarlet Pineapple'
Salvia rutilans 'Scarlet Pineapple'
£5.00
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Scabiosa 'Miss Havisham'
£6.00
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Large double flowers which start a curious shade of green and gently mature through bizarre pinky-green to purple pink. Softly-hairy greeny-greyish, divided leaves. Basal leaves are entire. Semi-shrubby to 40cm. June to October. Well-drained soil in sun. Not fully hardy.

Scutellaria suffrutescens 'Texas Rose'
£5.00
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Soft red flowers produced in long succession. Densely twiggy plant with small, rounded green leaves. Small bushlet to 25cm. Well-drained soil in sun.

Silene asterias
£6.00
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Rich dark pink flowers with bright blue stamens in dense heads, cupped by green bracts. The dry seed heads last a long time and are also attractive. Glossy, bright green basal leaves. Evergreen. To 60cm. Well-drained soil in sun. One of our favourites.

Silene dioica 'Ray's Golden'
£5.00
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Bright red-purple flowers on this variant of red campion. The leaves are a brilliant golden yellow but greener in deeper shade. Large, much-branched perennial. 75 to 90cm. May to July. Any soil in part shade. Can scorch if too sunny.

Silene dioica 'Trematon'
£6.00
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Smaller, bright red-purple flowers on this variant of red campion. The leaves are a marbled mix of green, cream, pink and yellow, especially when growing strongly. In winter, they can become a rich purple. Much-branched perennial. 60 to 75cm. May to July. Any soil in sun or part shade. From the eponymous village in 2011.

Silene dioica 'Valley High'
£5.00
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Sisyrinchium 'Janet Denman'
£5.00
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The flowers are purple in bud and open to a curious mix of brown and pale strawy-orange. They open rather precisely from 2pm to 6pm. The leaves are beautifully striped with cream. Clump-forming and vigorous. 20cm. June to August. Any well-drained soil in sun. A good new variety from Sylvia Hills.

Thymus x citriodorus 'Lime'
£5.00
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Heads of pale pinky-purple flowers in profusion. Fresh green, tiny leaves which are very distinctly scented of lime and not lemon as is more usual. Sub-shrub to 20cm. June/July. Any well-drained soil in sun. A useful addition to nicely scented plants. From Hof van Eext in the Netherlands.

Trifolium Rubens
£5.00
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Many large rich red-purple clover heads produced on an upright bushy plant. Hairy trifoliate leaves. 45-60cm. Any soil in sun. All summer.

Trifolium rubens 'Catharina'
Trifolium rubens 'Catharina'
£6.00
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The large clover flowers are a pure white. Leaves and habit as in the normal dark red form. Hairy trifoliate leaves. 45-60cm. July / August. Any soil in sun. Much-loved by bees.

Trifolium rubens 'Peach Pink'
Trifolium rubens 'Peach Pink'
£6.00
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The large clover flowers are a lovely soft peachy pink with darker highlights. Leaves and habit as in the normal dark red form. Hairy trifoliate leaves. 45-60cm. July / August. Any soil in sun. From seed.

Veronica orientalis 'Purity'
£6.00
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A very unusal form with brilliant pure white flowers. Small green, toothed leaves on wiry stems. Clump-forming. 20cm. May /June and occasionally later. Any soil in sun.

Viburnum opulus 'Xanthocarpum Compactum'
£8.00
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The very rare dwarf yellow-berried form. Flowers as in the wild plant looking like mini lacecap hydrangeas. Leaves yellowy-green with no purple tints. Shrub to 2m but it will take it 20 years to do it! June. Orangy-yellow berries in Autumn. Any soil in sun but not too dry. Still rare.

Weigela florida 'Graham Thomas'
£7.00
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Rich pink flowers produced in profusion. Small, narrow white-margined leaves with hints of pink and cream. Lammas shoots have a more yellow variegation. Small shrub to 1.5m. June/ July. Any soil in sun or part shade. From Graham Thomas and different from the larger, broad-leaved, cream-variegated 'Variegata'.

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