I love this tall, many-branched sunflower for the back of the border, or, as we have in the Oast Garden at Perch Hill, right at the front. It also lasts well in the vase.
Sumptuous, glamorous, rich, almost-black nasturtium. Use as ground cover or in a container.
A truly beautiful perennial which is unusual and difficult to find.
Sundae-pink when it first opens, and gradually fades to an exceptional and unusual coral-orange-pink.
Flowers in early summer with one of the most delicious scents of the plant world, reminiscent of orange blossom.
A lovely soft pink foxglove which flowers at the same time and looks beautiful with peonies in June.
Alcea rosea 'Nigra' is a classic single-flowered hollyhock, in deep blackcurrant-purple.
Josie, our head gardener’s favourite rose in a beautiful copper brown and it flowers until October.
One of the new generation of verbascum with long and prolific flowering, with spires in the richest copper-brown.