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Geum Princes Juliana

Geum 'Prinses Juliana' (sometimes called by its more English name, Geum 'Princess Juliana') is an early-flowering Geum, producing warm orange flowers on tall stems above mounds of rounded foliage in late spring and early summer. Combines well with other later-flowering perennials such as Salvia to create a long season of interest for a planting scheme. Plant in full sun, in a moist, well-drained soil.


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Geum x Borisii

Geum x borisii is a low-growing herbaceous perennial producing bright orange flowers in summer, held on slender stems above neat, rounded foliage. Found naturally in open woodland, it will grow happily in light dappled shade as well as in sunny spots. It dislikes poorly drained or waterlogged soils.


 


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Kniphofia Drummore ApricotDescription
Kniphofia 'Drummore Apricot'  is an unusual, medium-sized, clump forming, deciduous perennial, with deep green, grass-like leaves. Erect stems with green buds opening into apricot pokers in late summer and early autumn. Prefers moist, but well-drained soil in the sun or part shade.

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Primula chungensisPrimula chungensis is a neat, upright candelabra Primula. In summer the plant produces whorls of tubular, bright yellow flowers with orange giving a…
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Primula florindae 'Red Shades'Primula florindae, the Tibetan cowslip or more commonly known just as the giant cowslip, is native to south-eastern Tibet, where it grows in huge numbers close to rivers such as the Tsangpo. It is a substantial herbaceous perennial growing to 90cm (35in) tall by 90cm (35in) wide. In summer the flower stalks rise from basal rosettes of 5–20cm (2–8in) long leaves and the flowers are typically yellow. In this beautiful variety the flowers are coppery red in clusters of 20–40. Pendent and bell-like, they are delicately scented with a mealy white bloom, or farina.
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Trollius chinensis ‘Golden Queen’Globeflowers are very popular perennials, bursting into colour as they do in late spring and early summer. Trollius chinensis ‘Golden Queen' is one of these. It provides a pumpkin-orange explosion in May or June. Sometimes called Buttercups, these grow well in a sunny or part-shaded border, also at the edge of a moist woodland, but this isn’t a demure-looking buttercup: it’s a dazzler. 'Golden Queen’ .........
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