PlantsToPlant Catalogue of 9cm Potted Plants
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Plants to plant in sunny gardens

Agapanthus Headbourne HybridsAgapanthus Headbourne Hybrids is commonly known as African lily. An old strain that has been grown for many years due to being reliably hardy and it's ability to flower annually. This plant is a clump forming…
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Anthemis punctata cupaniana

Anthemis punctata cupaniana is a woody-based, evergreen perennial forming a loose mat to 30cm in height, with finely dissected silvery foliage and yellow-centred white daisies 6cm in width. Known also as Sicilian chamomile, Anthemis punctata subsp. cupaniana, in summer is covered in long-lasting white daisies. It is perfect for using to fill gaps in sunny borders and can also be grown in gravel gardens. An indispensable drought tolerant stalwart of the dry garden.

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Aquilegia atrataAquilegia atrata is a species with lovely rich red-purple flowers, so dark it's almost black, an absolute gem. Flowering from May to June the flower…
Aquilegia caerulea Blue StarAquilegia caerulea Blue Star is a large flowered Columbine with long spurred blue and white flowers.......
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Aquilegia 'Dorothy Rose'
Aquilegia vulgaris 'Dorothy Rose', has exquisite and unusual pleated rose-pink flowers that are displayed high above glaucous-blue-green foliage. The unique hose-in-hose style blooms look like several flowers set inside of each other, resembling a ruffled dress. The spectacular colours are superb near the front of beds and borders. They can be used individually in small clumps, or massed together in combined groupings to create a stunning display of colour. Resistant to deer and rabbits.
Aquilegia 'Red Hobbit'‘Red Hobbit' is a compact version of the popular Aquilegia ‘Crimson Star'. This is a low-growing, bushy, clump-forming columbine that typically rises to only 30-40cm tall when in flower. Large, up facing, long-spurred, two-tone flowers with star-like, creamy white corollas and with crimson red sepals and spurs. Bushy yellow stamens add a third colour. It flowers in late spring. The almost fern-like, basal green foliage with a bluish tinge is somewhat suggestive of Thalictrum.
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