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  • Gaura lindheimeri

    1.2m. Pink buds, opening to white flowers, all summer. Fertile, well-drained soil in sun. Tolerates drought and part shade.
  • Geranium dalmaticum

    15 x 50cm. Neat mounds of glossy aromatic foliage, colouring in autumn. Clear shell-pink flowers in summer. Moderately fertile, well-drained soil in sun or part-shade. Suitable for a rock garden or front of border. For sunny well-drained areas. Fragrant/aromatic. Attracts bees, butterflies etc. Alpine/rock garden plant ***
  • Geranium Little Gem

    10-15cm. Forms a low tidy mat of foliage, with deep magenta flowers over a long period in summer. Enjoys a well-drained soil in sun. Chalk loving/tolerant For sunny well-drained areas Attracts bees, butterflies etc. Alpine/rock garden plant
  • Geranium phaeum Mottisfont Rose

    40-60cm. Delightful pink flowers, with pale central zone, flowering in spring-early summer. Full or part shade. Our own introduction in 2008. Best in part shade.
  • Geranium Phillippe Vapelle

    30cm. Makes a neat mound of soft, blue-grey leaves, with large, bluish-purple, dark-veined flowers in summer. Well-drained soil in sun. For sunny well-drained areas.  Attracts bees, butterflies etc.
  • Geranium Pink Delight

    10-15cm. A low-growing plant, forming a neat mound covered with light pink flowers over a long period in summer. Grows in well-drained soil, in a sunny position. Attracts bees, etc. Chalk loving/tolerant For sunny well-drained areas Attracts bees, butterflies etc. Alpine/rock garden plant
  • Geranium sanguineum Ankum’s Pride

    15cms. A low-growing geranium for front of border in a sunny, well-drained situation. The comparatively large pink flowers are produced all summer, better if dead-headed every now and then! Attracting bees, etc too.
  • Geranium sanguineum var striatum Compact Mottisfont Form

    10 x 30cm. This compact form flowers for months in summer, with pale pink, dark-veined flowers. It grows slowly, in well-drained, fertile soil in full sun.
  • Geranium Spinners

    90cm. Rich purple-blue flowers in summer. Fertile soil in sun or part-shade, not too dry. Cut back after flowering.
  • Geum Hill Top Beacon

    50-60cms. A continuous show of single and semi-double tangerine-orange flowers from early summer onwards. Dead-head for prolonged flowering, from April onwards, when it provides a good source of nectar for bees. Prefers a reasonably fertile soil, not too dry, probably best in part sun.
  • Geum Lionel Cox

    30cm. Pale yellow, nodding flowers in spring-early summer. Prefers a moisture retentive, reasonably fertile soil, in sun or part shade.
  • Geum Rubin

    45 cm. Large, double red flowers all summer. Dead-head to keep the flowers coming!
  • Iris cristata

    10-15 cms. An Iris of North American origin, preferring to grow in part-shade in moisture-retentive but well-drained soil, preferably acid. From a mat of rhizomatous roots rise light green lanceolate leaves, followed in May by wiry stems bearing 1-3 showy flowers, mauve-blue with a central white stripe, which sports a golden yellow stripe in the middle. It grows vigourously when well-suited....
  • Iris cristata Alba

    As for Iris cristata, but bearing white flowers with yellow colouring on the central crests.
  • Iris suaveolens Purple-flowered form

    12cm. A small plant with fans of short evergreen leaves, and bearing comparatively large maroon-purple, bearded flowers in late-spring to early summer. Seems easy in well-drained soil in sun. I grow it in a trough.

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