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  • Campanula cochlearifolia Tubby

    7cm. Forms a creeping mat of foliage with masses of bright blue-mauve 'tubby' bellflowers over several weeks. For well-drained soil at the front of a sunny border, or in troughs etc.
  • Campanula covadonga

    10-15cm. Lax stems bearing profuse, deep purple bell flowers in mid to late summer. Well-drained soil in sun. Sorry, none available this year. For sunny well-drained areas  Suitable for a trough.  Alpine/rock garden plant
  • Campanula x Belinda

    12cm. Beautiful, comparatively large, soft blue flowers in June-July, with a repeat flowering in August, though fewer flowers second time around! It seemed fairly well behaved to me to begin with, but after a couple of seasons in a trough I found it started to run around in a rather intrusive manner, so I would recommend keeping it in a container of its own!! For sunny well-drained areas.
  • Chamaemelum nobile Flore Pleno

    15cm. Aromatic, double white-flowered chamomile. For light, well-drained soil in full sun. Cut back regularly for compact growth. Herb  Fragrant/aromatic  Attracts bees, butterflies etc.
  • Chrysanthemum Daniel Cooper

    60-90cms. Sprays of single, rich mid-pink flowers over several weeks from September. Fertile soil in full or part sun, not too dry. Good cut flowers.
  • Chrysanthemum Daniel Cooper

    60-80cm. Sprays of single, rich mid-pink flowers are produced over several weeks from September onwards. Best in sun. A good cut flower. Attracts bees, butterflies etc.
  • Chrysanthemum weyrichii

    20cm. Low spreading mats of foliage produce short stems bearing lilac-pink flower from early summer. For well-drained soil in a sunny position. May take a season to settle down before flowering well.
  • Convallaria majalis Fortin’s Giant

    25cm. A larger form of Lily of the Valley. Strongly scented, larger white bells in late spring. Fertile, humus-rich soil in full or part shade. Fragrant/aromatic
  • Convallaria majalis Variegata

    Attractive, yellow-lined leaves; white, scented bells in late spring. Fragrant/aromatic
  • Cymbalaria pallida

    5cm. Creeping stems with rounded, shiny green leaves, producing masses of lilac and white flowers, late spring to late summer. Sun or part shade. Attracts bees.
  • Dianthus Alice

    30cm. Deliciously scented, semi-double, fringed white flowers with a deep raspberry-red eye. Flower arrangers  Chalk loving/tolerant  For sunny well-drained areas  Fragrant/aromatic
  • Dianthus arvernensis

    10cm. Cushions of fine grey foliage, with rose-pink, fragrant flowers in May-June. Chalk loving/tolerant  For sunny well-drained areas  Fragrant/aromatic  Evergreen  Suitable for a trough.  Alpine/rock garden plant
  • Dianthus Binsey Red

    40cm. Deliciously scented flowers, mainly a deep raspberry-pink, with a white margin, the reverse of the petals being white. Very floriferous. Flower arrangers  Chalk loving/tolerant  For sunny well-drained areas  Fragrant/aromatic
  • Dianthus Bridal Veil

    A very old, 17th century pink, double white, with a mauve eye. Deeply fringed, frilly petals, and very fragrant. 25-30cm. Chalk loving/tolerant  For sunny well-drained areas  Fragrant/aromatic  Evergreen
  • Dianthus Cockenzie (Montrose Pink)

    25cm. An old pink dating from 1720. Deep carmine pink flowers, heavily fringed, with a deeper pink eye, and extremely fragrant. Forms a good clump and flowers well. Grow in sunny well-drained areas.
  • Dianthus Dainty Dame

    15cm. Fragrant white flowers with a dark maroon central zone, produced over a long period in summer. One of my favourites. For sunny, well-drained areas.
  • Dianthus Gold Dust

    15cm. Masses of delightfully-scented, burgundy flowers which develop a sprinkling of gold flecks. Very attractive. Chalk loving/tolerant  For sunny well-drained areas  Fragrant/aromatic  Evergreen  Alpine/rock garden plant
  • Dianthus Nyewood’s Cream

    5 cms. Masses of single white, fragrant flowers in late Spring to early Summer, over silver-grey foliage. The flowers develop a pink flush with age. Needs well-drained soil in sun. Ideal in a rock garden or scree.
  • Dianthus Old Mother Hubbard

    40cm. Masses of flowers, cream ground, heavily splashed with salmon- pink. Flowers for several weeks. Very lightly scented.  For sunny well-drained areas
  • Dianthus Waithman’s Jubilee AGM

    20cm. A beautifully scented pink, flowering prolifically in summer. The single flowers have a dark pinky-red ground, with 2 clear pink 'eyes' on each petal.
  • Dianthus Weetwood Double

    10cm. Forms a neat mound, covered in fragrant, semi-double flowers, pale pink with darker eye. Chalk loving/tolerant  For sunny well-drained areas  Fragrant/aromatic
  • Diascia Andrew

    Upright habit, with strawberry red flowers over a long period in summer.  I have grown this plant for years and it has survived hard winters both in pots and in well-drained soil in a sunny area. Also good in a container.
  • Diascia fetcaniensis Daydream

    15cm. Masses of soft peachy-pink flowers through summer. Well-drained soil in full or part sun. Good in containers or front of border. Fairly hardy in  a sunny well-drained soil. Good in a container.
  • Dicliptera sericea

    50cm. Felty grey leaves, with clusters of orange, tubular flowers through summer. Attracts bees etc. In its native home (Uruguay), it attracts humming birds, so maybe the Hummingbird Hawkmoth will like it? I live in hopes! Good in a container. Keep just frost-free in winter (although I've never tested its hardiness).
  • Epimedium fargesii Pink Constellation

    30cm. Elegant sprays of pale pink flowers. Shade loving/tolerant
  • Epimedium fargesii Pink Constellation

    30cm. Beautiful coppery fresh leaves in Spring precede the sprays of elegant flowers, with backswept pale pink outer sepals, and deeper pink-purple inner petals. Foliage is good too. Prefers a well-drained but humus-rich soil, in part shade.
  • Erigeron karvinskianus

    15cm. Vigorous, carpeting, spreading perennial, with masses of white daisies, becoming pink as they age, in summer. Well-drained soil in full sun. Suitable for walls or cracks in paving. Self seeds.
  • Erinus alpinus (Fairy foxglove)

    8 x 10cm. Sprays of small, pink, purple or white flowers in late spring to early summer. Suitable for well-drained soil, or even cracks in paving. Can be short-lived, but self-seeds.
  • Erodium Fran’s Delight

    20-25cm. Attractive foliage, producing sprays of pink flowers, with darker blotches and veining, throughout summer. Well-drained soil in sun. For sunny well-drained areas  Evergreen  Alpine/rock garden plant
  • Filipendula vulgaris Multiplex

    60 x 45cm. Finely divided foliage, with creamy-white double flowers. For alkaline soil in full sun. Chalk loving/tolerant
  • Fuchsia thymifolia

    45cm. This fuchsia has small glossy evergreen leaves and 1cm bright raspberry pink flowers in summer. Young stems are deep pink too. It requires a sheltered site or winter protection.  Also good in a container. Attracts bees etc.

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