Rare perennial sweet pea. Heavy trusses of bright red, fleshy, substantial flowers on long strong stems which grow for a long time in summer. Climber. Winter dormant.
Sun or partial shade. To one metre +. Fertile humus rich, well drained soil. Smothered in showy clusters of pure white, sweet pea-like flowers among grey-green leaves. A vigorous climber, it looks lovely scrambling over a sunny wall or through a hedge or evergreen shrub, although initially it needs to be tied into supports. No fragrance. Cut back the plant to ground level in early spring. 30 seeds. 2021.
Rare perennial sweet pea. Heavy trusses of pale pink, fleshy, substantial flowers on long strong stems which grow for a long time in summer. Sun. Climber. Winter dormant.
This Primula sieboldii has the most goreous silvery pink flowers in spring. Soft, crurmply, scalloped leaves. Partial shade. Summer dormant.
Younger but choice woodland plants to 55 cms. Divided, ferny foliage. Slender, elegant spikes bear nodding, opalescent flowers that are white with ametheyst/violet. Humus-rich, semi-shaded, moist but well drained soil. Winter dormant.