Spring Flowering Favourites
A fine mixture of Anemone Blanda that will include some of the most amazing shades of blue, pinks and whites possible in any mixed collection. A great choice for mixed rockery displays.
One of the most familiar and renowned of all the Anemones, the White Splendour is excellent for naturalising in areas with full sun or partial shade. They will bear large, pure white flowers in spring and will be certain…
This Anemone originated in the woodland of Europe, which will help to explain its natural/unspoilt beauty. It bears the most striking deep yellow flowers, which if left to naturalise will spread quickly. White flowers from…
A mixture of shades of blue, pink and white. Five to ten small flowers per stem. Flower Feb-March. Height 10-15cm.
50 each of Anemone Blanda Mixed, Dwarf Iris Mixed and 25 each of Anemone Blanda White Splendour and Anemone Nemerosa.
A mixture of Iris Reticulata plus Iris Danfordiae. Fl. Feb/Mar. Ht. 12-15cm 5/6cm corms supplied.
The original much loved English Bluebell which naturalises prolifically especially under trees where other plants struggle. Supplied from nursery raised stock not from the wild. Ht. 20-25cm.
The snakes head fritiallaria is ever growing in popularity due to the unusual shaped pendants that it produces in spring. This mixed collection will display a mixture of white and purple bell shaped flowers. A fantastic naturaliser…
Bright electric blue. Height 15cm. Flowering April.
Pale silver blue, tinted white. Height 15cm. Flowering March-April.