A small growing grass long associated with the aesthetic of Japanese gardens. Ideal for a shady spot, which gets morning sun and isn’t allowed to dry out, or for planting in a pot in light shade. It makes a graceful plant with fine arching golden-yellow leaves.
Useful for “its excellent clumps of heart-shaped lobed dark green leaves”. ‘Greenfinch’ carries bold spikes of creamy green flowers and makes a good front of the border plant for shady spots. It needs watering in the summer.
'White Cloud' carries green budded pure white bells on 40cm tall wiry stems during spring and early summer. Needing light shade to do well it will also need regular watering during dry periods. The foliage mounds grow 15-20cm tall by 40cm across.
This frost hardy Hibiscus is one of the best new plants we've grown. H. paramutabilis makes a 200cm tall by 150cm wide shrub which produces large, rich dark rose-pink flowers from mid-summer until winter. One of the best flowering shrubs.
Hosta ‘Fire Island’ has glowing yellow green foliage in spring, ageing to lime green. Attractive reddish purple stems also make this a unique accent plant. Flower stems of lavender bell shaped blooms.
50-60cm x 30-45cm
A wonderful blue hosta that holds its strong leaf colour all season. Bell-shaped pale lilac flowers are followed by seed heads that attract birds in late season. Partial to full shade.
50-60cm x 40-50 cm
A compact variegated Hosta that forms an attractive dense mound of smooth heart shaped blue-green leaves, irregularly splashed with bright yellow centres. Bell-shaped lavender blooms in late summer.
30-60cm x 60-90cm
This hosta has gleaming white leaf edges against striking green. In late summer short stems of lavender flowers dance just above the foliage. A delight to any keen gardener. Partial to full shade.
50-55cm x 100cm
Large dark green leaves are edged with a very wide yellow margin.‘Twilight’ forms a sturdy mound of foliage topped with pale lavender flowers that appear in July. Partial to full shade.
50-55cm x 90-100cm
H. paniculata ‘Sundae Fraise’ has grown well here even during hot summers. This French bred variety carries large creamy white flower heads. As summer progresses these heads become flushed with soft pink and slowly age to deep pink.