This tall variety of Ageratum with strong self supporting 60-70cm tall plants carrying soft mauve blue flower heads from January until May. Sow seed indoors during early spring and plant into a sunny spot in the garden when weather warms up and frost danger is over. more... about Ageratum ‘Tall Blue Planet F1’
The most effective way I’ve grown this was as a backdrop to lime green Zinnias and a greenish white sunflower. In good soil it will grow 160cm tall by 80cm wide. The long green tassels are produced from mid-summer until late autumn.
This Egyptian wildflower makes a fine addition to the garden and to a vase. 15cm diameter white lacy flower heads are produced on a strong 50-60cm tall, self-supporting plant. Sow seeds from mid-autumn until early spring.
Charming old fashioned columbines with open faced clematis like flowers. Easily grown and self sowing when once established. Sow during late winter and spring for best results. 45cm tall by 40cm across. Happy in sun or some shade.
This dark purple variety could well have been growing in our garden here for a hundred years. It is very like the wild form of this species. Free flowering and self sowing it will grow 60cm tall by 40 cm across. Happy in sun or light shade.
This is a terrific cut flower strain with very large flowers, 6 to 9cm diameter, held on sturdy upright stems. The colours range is excellent, blue, light blue, rose red, salmon, white and yellow. Height 90cm width 30 to 40cm. China Asters are old fashioned cut flowers. more... about Aster, China ‘Giant Princess Formula Mixed’