PlantsToPlant Catalogue of 9cm Potted Plants
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Pulmonaria 'Diana Clare'Pulmonaria 'Diana Clare' is believed to be the best Pulmonaria. Pretty silver apple-green foliage in graceful rosettes are preceded by large purple…
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Salvia x jamensis ‘Nachtvlinder’Salvia x jamensis ‘Nachtvlinder’ is one of the most enchanting of the ornamental woody sages. Hooded flowers are sumptuous regal purple from late spring to autumn and in profusion from late May right through to the first frosts. Does best in a sheltered well drained site in full sun or part shade. Drought tolerant and very hardy once established. Height and spread to around 50cm x 50cm.
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Scabiosa Derry's BlackScabiosa Derry's Black is commonly known as 'Pincushion flower'. A perennial variety raised by Derry Watkins at Special Plants. A clump forming perennial. Produces big, very dark…
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Teucrium hyrcanicum (Purple Tails)Teucrium hyrcanicum is a species of wood sage, although has the appearance of speedwell. Mounds of fragrant green leaves bear spikes of deep pink…
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Thalictrum rochbrunianum (Lavender Mist)

 Thalictrum rochebruneanum, commonly called meadow rue or lavender mist meadow rue, is a slender,clump-forming perennial which features lacy, fine-textured, bluish-green, pinnate,columbine-like foliage. Small, pendulous, lavender-purple flowers with contrasting yellow stamens appear in late summer in loose panicles on sturdy,purple stems which rise well above the foliage to 120cm tall. When massed, the overall effect can be spectacular, but my single plantings never fail to impress.


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Verbena bonariensis (AGM) - 3 potted plants(Only sold in packs of 3 x 9cm potted plants)

Verbena bonariensis is a perennial that adds height and wispiness to both the garden and flower arrangements. It is a tall plant, that has small, delicate, vibrant metallic purple flowers that are held high on 1.5m thin, ridged stems. It adds impact to borders and flower arrangements when used in numbers. It has been used extensively in prairie style planting designs, and the flowers are a haven for bees and are as attractive to butterflies as Buddleja. Best planted in groups rather than relying on single plants for effect. The Royal Horticultural Society has given it the Award of Garden Merit.