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Houttuynia cordata NCG 321 Houttuynia cordata
Heart-leaved houttuynia

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Humulus lupulus NCG 646 Humulus lupulus
Common hop

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Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle' NCG 251 Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'
Hydrangea 'Annabelle', Sevenbark

I've never known anyone unfamiliar with this delightful plant not to request it when they see it in bloom in the garden! The domed flower heads are composed of masses of small blooms, lime green at first, turning creamy-white (and almost spherical) when in full bloom and a lovely parchment…

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Hylotelephium Syn. Sedum spectabile 'Autumn Joy' NCG 231 Hylotelephium Syn. Sedum spectabile 'Autumn Joy'
Ice Plant 'Autumn Joy'

This drought-tolerat plant produces dense heads of deep-pink flowers in late-summer/early autumn, above sturdy stems clothed in grey-green, fleshy leaves. The weight of the flower heads tends to cause the stems to bend and sprawl, so some support is recommended earlier in the season to prevent this. Attractive to pollinating…

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Hylotelephium Syn. Sedum telephium subsp. ruprechtii 'Hab Grey' NCG 412 Hylotelephium Syn. Sedum telephium subsp. ruprechtii 'Hab Grey'
Ice Plant 'Hab Grey'

This unusual and most attractive sedum ariety forms clumps of grey-green, fleshy leaves and the flowers are a mixture of cream and pink. It is much loved by bees and other beneficial insects.

NOTE: Depending on season, plants, when available, may be trimmed back and/or barerooted for shipping.

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Hypericum olympicum AGM NCG 564 Hypericum olympicum AGM
Mount Olympus St. John's Wort

A small and very dainty hypericum, well suited to front of border. The flowers, which appear in profusion from early summer above masses of small, grey-green leaves, are a clear yellow, with long, attractive stamens.

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Indigofera heterantha NCG 073 Indigofera heterantha
Himalayan indigo

An attractive, fast-growing shrub which is usually hardy and grows to a height of 1-2m. The smooth, slender branches produce small, light green, pinnate leaves, followed by spikes of pink pea-like flowers.

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Inula Hookeri NCG 155 Inula Hookeri
Hooker Inula

This beautiful plant deserves to be better known. The soft, downy stems bear masses of 2 inch diameter bright-yellow daisy-like flowers from late summer to autumn, which go on to develop equally attractive, cream-coloured, fluffy seed heads. The flowers are much loved by butterflies and bees, and the seeds by…

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Iris foetidissima NCG 029 Iris foetidissima
Stinking Iris

An unusual woodland iris with dingy yellow/brown flowers with a purplish tinge, arising from stiff, sword shaped foliage. The flowers are followed by large green seedpods that open to reveal neat rows of bright red seeds. Don't be put off by the name - any smell is only apparent when…

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Iris germanica 'Rosy Wings' NCG 532 Iris germanica 'Rosy Wings'
Bearded iris 'Rosy Wings'

A gorgeous, tall and robust bearded iris, 'Rosy Wings' is dusky-rose with deep magenta falls. It flowers profusely, the blooms rising on strong stems, contrasting well with the light-green, sword-shaped foliage.

NOTE: Depending on season, plants, when available, may be trimmed back and/or barerooted for shipping.

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Iris germanica, White NCG 687 Iris germanica, White
Bearded iris, White

A gorgeous, tall and robust bearded iris, The flowers are white, with a very slight blueish tone. Flowering profusely, the blooms rise on strong stems, contrasting well with the grey-green, sword-shaped foliage. A delightful plant.

NOTE: Depending on season, plants, when available, may be trimmed back and/or barerooted for…

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Iris pseudacorus NCG 510 Iris pseudacorus
Yellow flag, Yellow iris

Although it will grow well in most soils, this iris is particularly happy in aquatic conditions, so is best grown as a marginal plant or in a bog garden. It produces bright-yellow blooms in spring, supported by strong stems clothed in bright-green, sword-shaped foliage.

NOTE: Depending on season, plants, when…

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Iris sanguinea AGM NCG 415 Iris sanguinea AGM
Blood-red iris

This delicate iris is perhaps my favourite. The Audrey Hepburn of the iris family... not cheap and gaudy but delicate, composed and very, very classy - a natural beauty! I'm not quite sure how it got its common name; the petals do have a reddish base, but are for the…

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Iris setosa var arctica NCG 243 Iris setosa var arctica
Dwarf Arctic iris

This sweet little iris, standing only a few inches tall, has pale blue flowers with striking veins, and are yellow at the centre, fading to silver. The blooms appear above green, spear-shaped leaves.

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Kirengeshoma palmata AGM NCG 060 Kirengeshoma palmata AGM
Yellow Wax Bells

A lovely woodland plant. Tall, dark, upright stems bear light green, maple-shaped leaves and the spherical flower buds open to 1in, waxy, pale yellow, bell-shaped blooms in autumn. Choose a well-sheltered site as although strictly speaking hardy, neither new spring growth nor flowers tolerate frost and mature plants do not…

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Knautia macedonica, Ex. red NCG 277 Knautia macedonica, Ex. red
Pincushion flower, Macedonian Scabious (Red)

Masses of very delicate, deep-red, 'pincushion' flowers (very like scabious), about an inch across, on tall, thin, branching stems. This plant has a very long flowering season and is much loved by hoverflies and bees. Generally not as tall and robust as her pink sister, and seed is in shorter…

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Kniphofia caulescens NCG 457 Kniphofia caulescens
Caulescent red-hot poker

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Lamium galeobdolon subsp. Argentatum NCG 439 Lamium galeobdolon subsp. Argentatum
Variegated Yellow Archangel

A small, variegated nettle with spikes of yellow flowers. A good choice for woodland planting or at the front of shady borders.

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Lamium maculatum 'Beacon Silver' NCG 579 Lamium maculatum 'Beacon Silver'
Spotted dead nettle 'Beacon Silver'

This lovely, low-growing ground cover plant has a spreading habit, but is relatively easy to keep in check. The heavily marked foliage is delightful, and the plant has the added bonus of pink flowers. Best grown in shade or part-shade and will happily tolerate both dry and wet soils.

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Lathyrus cirrhosus NCG 387 Lathyrus cirrhosus
Cirrhose vetch

A collector's item! This very unusual small but robust, scrambling perennial sweet pea is native to the Pyrenees and forms a dense mound of attractive, grey-green foliage bearing tendrils and many small, pale-pink, unscented blooms from June well into summer. A deceptively robust plant that will do well in relatively…

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