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New Year, New Plants!

Hi there Gardeners!

Welcome to 2024 and a wonderful year of gardening ahead.
We've got some smashing plant featured here, so come along and start planning how to fill those gaps you spotted last year before the spring gets here.

Happy Gardening!
Pete, Heather, Gertie & Mary-Anne

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Clematis Arabella

clematis Arabella has mid mauvy-blue flowers with a hint of a rose pink bar when first open. 
A long standing favourite of our family and one that has done really well in our garden. 
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£19.95
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Clematis Bredon Blue

Clematis Bredon Blue has charming and dainty mid-blue bell-shaped flower with a creamy-white inner skirt. A dainty but also very hardy plant, this will become a modern classic.

£18.00
Clematis Doctor Ruppel

Gorgeous deep pinky-mauve blooms have pale mauve margins and a rich cerise-pink bar. A striking bloom that keeps its colour even when grown in full sun. Later flowers have more intense colouring.

£18.00
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Clematis Etoile Violette

The dark bluey-purple flowers have beautifully contrasting pale yellow stamens and are produced in huge abundance across the plant for a long time through the summer An outstanding performer that adorns gardens across the world.
Received a Top Award in a Popular Garden Magazine Dec 2020.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£19.95
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Clematis Frankie

Clematis Frankie has deep mauve-blue single nodding bell-shaped flowers with a creamy-white inner skirt. A dainty but also very hardy plant, this will be a clematis I will always have in my garden.

Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
(15)
Clematis Guernsey Cream

The rounded creamy-white blooms have a primrose-yellow bar when first open. Particularly good for a shady aspect and will benefit from dead-heading.

£18.00
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Clematis macropetala

This is our selection of the species macropetela. This form has light to mid blue semi-double nodding bell-shaped flowers that are borne in abundance throughout the spring.

£18.00
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Clematis Margaret Hunt

The charming dusky mauve-pink flowers have a deeper half-bar when first open. She pales to a delicate pearly-pink as her blooms mature. Introduced by Fisks Clematis Nursery in 1969 clematis 'Margaret Hunt' is one of our most popular summer flowering clematis.

£18.00
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Clematis Ocean Pearl

Light to mid, slightly mauvy-blue, double and single nodding bell shaped flowers with a white inner skirt. A prolific cultivar that has a dainty charm to it while also being extremely hardy.

£18.00
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Clematis Pink Flamingo

The pale pink semi-double bell-shaped flowers have deep rose pink at the base of the tepals which also runs through the veins. Clematis Pink Flamingo is a variety that has been around for many years, standing the test of time and delighting gardeners every spring.

Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit
£18.00
(2)
Clematis Shikoo

The exotic looking rosette-like blooms are rich purply-blue with slightly paler bars to their elegantly pointed tepals. Its later flowers are sometimes single. The depth of colour and depth of the double flower varies from garden to garden. Introduced by us at Chelsea 2012.

£18.00
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Clematis triternata Rubromarginata

The abundant clusters of small almond-scented star-like flowers are white with bright pinky-red tips. A favourite in our garden and one we will never be without! 
She is often know as flammula 'Rubromarginata' and is also abbreviated to TRM.

£19.95
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Clematis TSUKIKO Evipo110

Clematis TSUKIKO 'Evipo110' has beautifully elegant white flowers have a pointed tip and occasionally display a subtle mauve blush at the middle of the tepal and deep crimson anthers at the centre.
Bred by Raymond Evison of Guernsey.

£21.00
(1)
Clematis Ville de Lyon

The stunning cherry-red flowers have a broad pinkish-mauve bar that is overlaid with cherry-red veins. A classic clematis which will give a striking display in your garden.

£18.00
(3)
Clematis Voluceau

Flowers of deep burgundy red are gently rounded and have a satin sheen and a crown of golden anthers in the centre. A popular cultivar bred by A Girault of Orleans, France around the 1970s.

£18.00
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Clematis Warszawska Nike (syn. Warsaw Nike)

Clematis 'Warszawska Nike' (syn. Warsaw Nike) has wonderful rich reddy-purple blooms that mature to bluey-purple and have beautifully contrasting yellow stamens. Pronounced Var-sharv-ska Nee-ka.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

 
£18.00
(2)
Hedera hibernica

The Irish Ivy or sometimes know as the Atlantic Ivy, has glossy green leaves which provide a dense covering plant, very useful to hide structure/walls and sheds. Grows as well in shade as it does the sun. 

£18.00
Jasminum beesianum

This strong-growing, twining climber, Jasminum beesianum produces clusters of sweetly scented deep pink flowers that are followed by small black berries. Although deciduous, it can be semi-evergreen in sheltered situations, and it requires free draining soil.

£18.00
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Jasminum nudiflorum

My Winter Jasmine, jasminum nudiflorum looks a picture growing on my vintage tin workshop walls. Clusters of small yellow flowers appear from bare stems in the winter months, giving a delightful bright splash to dull areas and contrasts brilliantly with the dark green painted tin.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
(2)
Jasminum officinale
Jasminum officinale

This vigorous, twining climber, Jasminum officinale, produces lovely, fragrant white flowers against dark green foliage. Although deciduous, it can be semi-evergreen in sheltered situations, and it requires free draining soil.

£18.00
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Jasminum officinale Affine

This vigorous, twining climber, Jasminum officinale Affine, produces lovely, fragrant white flowers with a pink tint on slender stems. Although deciduous, it can be semi-evergreen in sheltered situations, and it requires free draining soil to avoid getting too wet throughout the winter months.

£18.00
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Jasminum officinale Devon Cream (Clotted Cream)

Jasminum officinale Devon Cream is one of my favourite Jasmine of all time. Abundant clusters of sweetly scented creamy-white flowers are produced throughout the summer months on a plant capable of covering up to 6x6 foot fence panels! 

£18.00
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Jasminum officinale Inverleith

On Jasminum officinale Inverleith, clusters of pink-red buds open into sweetly scented white flowers during spring and autumn. It can be semi-evergreen in sheltered situations.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
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Jasminum polyanthum

What a stunning Jasmine this is. Jasminum polyanthum produces large clusters of strong & sweetly scented white flowers that emerge from rich pink buds. It is also semi-evergreen in very sheltered situations and will requires a free draining soil to avoid it wetting off in the winter.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
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