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  • Oenothera stricta Sulphurea

    70cm. Evergreen rosettes, producing stems bearing large pale lemon, fragrant trumpets, fading to apricot, and flowering all summer and into autumn. For moderately fertile, well-drained soil in sun. Self-seeds mildly.
  • Origanum

    These aromatic plants, some of which are culinary herbs, are very attractive to bees and other insects. The spikes of small flowers have conspicuous bracts, which often remain attractive for weeks. They generally prefer a poor to moderately fertile, well-drained soil in sun (exceptions noted below).
  • Origanum Dingle Fairy

    15-20cm. Apple-green bracts with small pink-purple flowers, mid-late summer. Needs very well-drained soil. Suitable for a rock garden, border or pot culture. One of my favourites!
  • Origanum Kent Beauty

    Aromatic plant with trailing stems bearing heads of pale pink flowers in showy pink bracts. Very well-drained soil in sun. Good in a trough or container. Hardy in milder areas.
  • Origanum Pink Mist

    15-20cm. Aromatic golden foliage in spring and early summer, keeping its colour in sun or part shade. Pink flowers later in summer, when foliage becomes greener.  Attracts bees, butterflies etc.
  • Origanum scabrum ssp. pulchrum Newleaze

    30cm. Aromatic foliage with copious sprays of pink flowers mid-late summer, attracting bees etc. For sunny well-drained areas.
  • Origanum vulgare Aureum Crispum

    30 x 30cm. Crinkled, aromatic, golden foliage, with small pale pink or white flowers in summer. Best in part shade. Good culinary herb.
  • Orlaya grandiflora

    60 x 20cm. Annual. Divided foliage, with lacy white flowers in mid-summer. Well-drained soil in full sun. Good cut flower. Self seeds when happy!
  • Oxalis enneaphylla AGM

    6-10cm. Attractive blue-grey, pleated foliage, with showy pale pink flowers, veined deeper pink, in early summer.  Well-drained soil in sun.
  • Oxalis enneaphylla Rosea

    Similar to above, but flowers are deeper pink with dark pink veining.
  • Parahebe Snowclouds

    30cm. Forms a small shrub, becoming smothered in masses of small white flowers with a deep pink central ring. Remove spent flower stems for continued flowering from spring into autumn. For well-drained soil in a sunny position.
  • Pelargonium Ashby

    40cm. Scented foliage. Deep pink flowers with dark blotches on two upper petal. Sunny position, good in a container. Keep frost-free in winter.
  • Pelargonium Attar of Roses

    40-60cm. Deliciously rose-scented foliage, with whorls of light pink flowers. Sunny position, good in a container. Keep frost-free in winter. Use in 'Pot Pourri'
  • Pelargonium fragrans Variegatum

    20-40cm. Attractive creamy-variegated, aromatic foliage, with dainty sprays of white flowers over a long period in summer. Good container plant, needing protection from frost.
  • Pelargonium Paul West

    40cms.  Green foliage in winter becomes very dark in summer with dark brown zoning. Deep salmon flowers - a very attractive combination.
  • Pelargonium sidoides

    30cm. Clusters of small burgundy-red flowers throughout summer, over a mound of very attractive, aromatic, soft, grey-green foliage. Well-drained soil in sun. Good container plant. Has survived frosts here, in a pot near the house, dying back but re-sprouting from base as temperatures rise.
  • Pelargonium Trudy

    30cm. A beautiful dwarf pelargonium, compact growth with very attractive foliage, and masses of light pink flowers.
  • Polemonium Sonia’s Bluebell

    40-60cm. Bushy, sterile hybrid, with delightfully fragrant, light blue flowers from May to August. Stems and calyces are dark. Best in part sun, not too dry.
  • Polypodium cambricum Richard Kayse

    An ancient fern, discovered by Richard Kayse in 1668, growing on a limestone cliff in South Wales. The plant is sterile, and so all plants in cultivation are divisions of the original plant. This is a beautiful fern, which grows for me on very slightly acid, shaded soil under an apple tree. It dies down for a few weeks in mid-summer, and then sends up new fronds from mid-August, which remain...
  • Primula McWatt’s Cream

    12-15cm. Heads of small pale creamy-yellow flowers in early spring. Woodland situation, not too dry.
  • Primula Strong Beer

    15cm. Double purple-violet, long-lasting flowers from Spring, repeating later. Bronzy-purple tinged foliage.
  • Primula Tinney’s Moonlight

    10cms. Creamy flowers with a pink blush on the edges of the petals, and a yellow eye, flowering in spring. Part shade in moisture-retentive soil.
  • Ranunculus calandriniodes

    10-15cm in flower, this summer-dormant buttercup produces its white flowers, which become tinged with pink,  in mid to late winter. They are frost hardy, but the flowers can be damaged by inclement weather and they may be better under glass when the flowers open. Grow in fertile, well-drained soil in a generously-sized pot. Plants are usually supplied in summer as dormant roots.

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