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No garden is complete without pots for colour at any time of year. Choose from our range of beautiful collections and single varieties.
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  1. Starting at £19.50

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    Hydrangea paniculata 'Little Lime'

    We all fell for this container hydrangea last summer and autumn at Perch Hill, looking like a small form of ‘Limelight’ with the same beautiful progression of flower colour. Starting a soft-lime, progressing to a brighter green, then washed with pink before gradually browning. Although it did…

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    The Salvia Collection

    The view from my desk. I am obsessed by this succession of three salvias which look good from April to November and flower almost as long. We inter- and underplant our roses with these to keep the blackspot and mildew at bay. This collection contains 1 plant each of:

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    Carex oshimensis 'Everillo'

    Zesty lime foliage deepening to rich gold as the season progresses, providing year-round colour in shady borders or containers. Or, planted in drifts, it makes superb ground cover too.

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    Carex testacea

    A superb colour-changer for interest all year round. New growth emerges olive green before the typical sedge flowers appear in midsummer. As autumn approaches the foliage deepens to warm copper, lasting throughout the winter. Grow this in a container or border. It also partners brilliantly with…

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    Hydrangea macrophylla 'Mathilde Gutges'

    A wonderful mix of large colourful pompom heads, so pH sensitive that it may have dark pink, purple and blue flowers all at the same time. A fairly compact variety excellent for a shady container or border and brilliant for picking! (As with many hydrangea this only flowers blue with sufficient…

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    Polystichum tsussimense

    A dainty looking evergreen which is actually fully hardy. Often grown as a greenhouse plant, its native habitat is most likely to be a cool, shady forest floor or rocky slope. It's ideal for containers or for the front of a shady border.

Flower Plants for Containers at Sarah Raven

These container plants are chosen as the longest -flowering, and for colour, scent and texture.