Omphalodes 'Kuzinskyana'


To 30 cms. Evergreen. Blue flowers from spring onwards - seeds lightly. A good groundcover for a semi-shade or full shade. Long flowering.

Omphalodes 'Starry Eyes'


To 15 cms. Lots of small powder blue flowers edged and centred with white giving a starry appearance. Dry shade, woodland or pots. Peaty rich soil under trees ideal.

Phlomis russeliana


(Jerusalem Sage). Mature plants have 1 metre stems with whorls of pale hooded yellow flowers from summer to autumn. Sun or part shade and good drainage. Drought tolerant once established. Excellent cut flower. Winter floral stems attractive in floral work. Winter dormant.

Pinellia tripartita


Rare and unusual. To 30 cms. Moist well-drained soil and part/full shade. Yellowish-green flower in summer Resembles a dwarf Arisaema with large, extending green spathes and an elongated spadix that emerges from the spathe and extends 20 cms up into the air. Woodland garden, rock garden. Winter dormant.

Primula auricula - Mixed


Mixed only - may include any of the colours in photos displayed. They thrive best in a moist soil, rich in humus, preferring a well-drained sheltered site where there is a little dappled shade. Alternatively, plant them in a low patio pot or alpine trough which can be moved to a shady spot in the summer months.

Primula Veris Mixed


Mixed - may include yellow, red or orangy/red. Suitable for part shade. Spring flowering . Let me know which colour you would like and i will try and provide this.