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Aquilegia caerulea Rose QueenAquilegia caerulea Rose Queen is a delightful columbine which produces large flowers of an intense dark rose with matching long spurs, surrounded…
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Aquilegia vulgaris plena 'Ruby Port'

This lovely Aquilegia produces fabulous deep burgundy - brown red flowers , which will be the talking point of your neighbours. The dainty double flowers will come back to grace your garden year after year. Popular for its late spring and early summer burgundy flowers, 'Ruby Port' makes an effective contrast with white alliums and other aquilegias. It likes moist but free-draining soil in sun and partial shade where it will self-seed happily. Height up to 90cm.


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Calamagrostis acutiflora 'Overdam'Calamagrostis acutiflora 'Overdam' is commonly known as the variegated feather reed grass. A lovely, long lived, clump forming grass with very attractive foliage and flowers. The foliage comprises of tufts of linear leaves…
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Cirsium riv. 'Trevor's Blue Wonder'Cirsium riv. 'Trevor's Blue Wonder' is a non spiny cirsium. The stems are a mixture of white pubescence and purple with silvery green basal foliage…
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Cirsium rivulare Atropurpureum

Although Cirsium rivulare is related to the garden thistles that we gardeners strive so hard to get rid of, Cirsium rivulare ‘Atropurpureum’is a tall perennial, a statuesque plant that is perfect for the herbaceous border. It produces elegant, long, leafless stems, each topped with a huge magenta-pink thistle head. Cirsium rivulare ‘Atropurpureum’ is a useful plant for the back of the border but can also be planted at the front as an accent plant, because other plants can be viewed through its stems. Plant Cirsium rivulare ‘Atropurpureum’in any fertile, well-drained, soil in full sun. Height up to 90cm


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Cynara cardunculus (Cardoon) (AGM)Cynara cardunculus is an old Victorian favourite, once grown as a vegetable and blanched for use rather like celery, the cardoon is now valued for its bold silvery, spineless but thistle-like foliage, which adds a theatrical touch to the border. In summer, tall flower stems are topped by fat thistle buds which resemble small globe artichokes - the plants are close cousins. Cynara cardunculus buds finally open into large purple thistles which attract lots of bees; the dead flower-heads can be left on the plants and will provide an attractive feature over the winter months. The Royal Horticultural Society has given it the Award of Garden Merit (AGM).
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