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Plants to plant for Pollinators

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Bee Friendly -Perfect for Pollinators Collection - 6 plants
Perfect for Pollinators6 plants (9cm), 1 of each - Scabiosa japonica alpina. Rudbeckia fulgida speciosa, Selinum wallichianum, Lychnis flos-cuculi 'White Robin', Knautia macedonica, Verbena 'Boughton House'. Some of the best bee friendly Plants To Plant.
An unbelievable collection of some of the best varieties to attract pollinators to the garden, to brighten up even the most troublesome of gardens and to provide a colourful display throughout summer and autumn.

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Bidens 'Hannay's Lemon Drop'Bidens 'Hannay's Lemon Drop' is a rather unusual tall clump-forming ferny-leaved Chilean native perennial with blotchy lemon-yellow flowers from September. Cosmos-like flowers. Height to 1m grow in full sun.
Calamintha nepeta White CloudCalamintha nepeta White Cloud is an outstanding plant due to the prolonged flowering that starts in late summer and continues to early frosts. A fine choice for the front of borders because of its…
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Cenolophium denudatumCenolophium denudatum, or Baltic Parsley is a an upright herbaceous perennial which produces flattened sprays of tiny greeny-white flowers on long stems above mid green fern-like leaves from mid-summer through to autumn. The flowers are very attractive to bees and butterflies and add a touch of class to any garden design. Cenolophium denudatum is a very adaptable plant, growing in most soil conditions, in full sun, partial shade and even full shade. Similar in many ways to Queen Anne's Lace, this attractive perennial reaches more than a metre (3ft) tall.
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Clematis recta purpurea

Clematis recta purpurea is an unusual species of Clematis which is not a climbing plant a tall but has a sprawling, bushy habit. This clematis behaves as an herbaceous perennial and quickly bursts out of the ground in the spring, with fine foliage of an unusual deep smoky-purple shade, fading to bronzed green by mid summer.Mature plants produce a good display of fragrant little white star-shaped flowers from early June.

Edgeworthia chrysantha

Edgeworthia chrysantha is the only commonly cultivated plant from a tiny genus of just three species, related to Daphnes.The generic name commemorates Michael Pakenham Edgeworth, one of those redoubtable Victorian amateur botanists who combined colonial service with a passion for plant hunting. He collected Edgeworthia chrysantha in the Himalayas while in the service of the East India Company and it was introduced to British gardeners in the mid-1800s.


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