New Plants

New Plants

Refresh your borders with our excellent varieties.
24 products
  1. Starting at £3.96

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    Digitalis x mertonensis

    This is a shorter, chunkier form than common foxgloves with large, berry pink flowers tinged with copper and gold, rising above a rosette of fairly deep evergreen foliage. Foxgloves make some of the very best cottage garden, early summer garden plants and cut flowers. If you pick the king flower…

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    Lychnis flos-cuculi 'White Robin'

    If I had to name my top five favourite wild flowers, Ragged Robin would be up there and with this pure white form, what could be nicer? This was all over the Chelsea flower show 2017 and 2018 in the many wild flower meadows, spread throughout the show. It makes a pretty and elegant cut flower too.

  3. Starting at £8.37

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    Paeonia peregrina 'Otto Froebel'

    This peony originated in Turkey and has large, vermillion, goblet-shaped flowers standing strong on straight stems and rich, glossy foliage. It’s easy to grow and so vibrant.

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    Viola cornuta 'Tiger Eye Red' F1

    I hope I have not said it too often with the new introductions in this catalogue, but this truly is one of my favourite discoveries of our trials last year. I always loved Tiger's Eye stones as a girl and I love these sultry, exotic, glamorous viola flowers just as much. They make some of the…

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    Abelia x grandiflora

    Josie (our Head Gardener), gave us this shrub to plant by our south-facing terrace when she moved house and did not have room in her new garden. She could not bear to leave this scented, ever-flowering shrub behind. It’s such a great and long-performer, I’d be bereft without it too now.

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    Achillea millefolium 'Summer Berries'

    A good performer in our perennials for picking trial. We loved the soft-coloured and bright plateaux of flowers in the garden and they make some of the best fillers in a bunch or vase. Sear the stem ends in boiling water for 20 seconds and leave them in cool water overnight before arranging. Keep…

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    Agapanthus 'Northern Star'

    Very free-flowering and particularly hardy, Agapanthus ‘Northern Star’ is as good in a container as it is in the border. It will bloom from a young age, bearing large umbels of star-shaped, cobalt-blue flowers, with a darker blue stripe through each petal.

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    Baptisia 'Blueberry Sundae'

    One step brighter and clearer in its colour than the standard species baptisia, this new hybrid did well in our 2016/17 trial. Baptisias take a while to settle in but are then valuable for their lupin-like flower spikes in early summer, followed by grey-green, verdigris-like foliage domes.

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    Baptisia 'Lemon Meringue'

    Like a tree-lupin in colour but more compact and easier to fit in a citrus-colour border palette. I love this lemon yellow baptisia growing and arranged with whites and silvers, artichokes, peonies, verbascums and melianthus. The foliage is beautiful too.

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    Baptisia 'Pink Truffles'

    What a colour this is – smoky pink, with a bit of café-au-lait overlaying it. You’ll either love or hate this colour. It’s one of my new favourites in our baptisia trial in the same family of colours as the all-time fantastic Papaver ‘Patty’s Plum’.

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    Baptisia 'Cherries Jubilee'

    A newly bred replacement for the wonderful ‘Dutch Chocolate’, with the richest, most exotic flowers, above silver-green domes of leaves. I loved this in our perennials for picking trial last summer. It takes a year or two to settle in, but is then outstanding.

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    Baptisia 'Indigo Spires'

    I absolutely love baptisias. It can’t be claimed they flower for ages, but like peonies, and their lookalike lupins, when they do, it’s so glorious, you have to have at least one or two to admire. And their foliage is such a good grey-green, it more than holds its own in a mixed border. This…

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    Campanula lactiflora 'Prichard's Variety'

    A traditional cottage garden favourite with rounded clusters of pale violet, bell-shaped flowers.

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    Chimonanthus praecox

    Wintersweet is an absolute favourite because it smells more delicious and uplifting than any other flower at any time of year, and, on top of that, finding such a gem in your garden in January is quite extraordinary. The bush is discreetly nondescript, hardy and so easy to grow, so try to find room…

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    Digitalis purpurea 'Smoothie Cerise' F1

    Similar to Digitalis purpurea f. albiflora but more compact and with a pale pink blush to the outer petals and lighter, almost white speckled throats. Foxgloves make some of the very best cottage garden, early summer garden plants and cut flowers. If you pick the king flower – the main spire, you…

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    Heliopsis helianthoides var. scabra 'Burning Hearts'

    Like a mini sunflower, but with ten times the flowers, and it keeps blooming right through summer and autumn. I love this in hand-tied bunches, the gold perfectly lighting up dark crimson dahlias and cosmos. And the great thing is, as a perennial, this comes back year after year.

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    Paeonia lactiflora 'Coral 'n' Gold'

    A sweetly fragrant peony with large, silky, coral, cup-shaped flowers and bright golden centres.

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    Phlox x arendsii 'Luc's Lilac'

    With smaller flowers than a typical border phlox this grows to a good height, yet will happily support itself and shouldn’t need staking. It produces beautiful, soft lilac flowers in large panicles on strong, upright stems.

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    Scabiosa columbaria 'Flutter Deep Blue'

    We’ve done the pink version of this petite scabious for ages, so last year, trialled the mauvey-blue and it’s just as good, flowering (HONESTLY) from April until November. These are truly remarkable plants, not as showy as the huge scabious saucers we know and love, but flowering for three…

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    Scabiosa columbaria 'Flutter Pure White'

    Like it’s pink and mauve relations, this family of scabious are extraordinarily long-flowerers, from mid spring to late autumn. They are must-have, long, light performers — just choose which colour according to your colour scheme.

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    Valeriana officinalis

    As with Anthriscus ‘Ravenswing’, Ragged Robin and Briza, (the Greater Quaking grass), lots of our native plants are hugely worthwhile and long-performing perennials to include in our gardens. True Valerian is a great example. This flowers all summer, has great stature and elegance and is…

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    Viburnum x bodnantense 'Dawn'

    A shrub that reminds me of my parents’ garden as a child, where this flowered all the way through from November to March, filling its corner of the garden with incredible perfume. My mother always picked sprigs for little glasses on the kitchen table, so we would have the scent inside too. A…

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    Viola x wittrockiana 'Frizzle Sizzle Yellow Blue Swirl' F1

    Purple-blue with a burgundy-yellow centre, these silk velvet flowers have frilled edges and even indented leaves.