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Woodland and Herbaceous Plants A-Z

 

Diascia rigescens

Well-known as a bedding plant but this species has peoved to be quite hardy when left out over winter. 

Very free-flowering,upright and spreading growth bears pink flowers in profusion in Summer and Autumn.

2 litre pot  £4.50

 

Dodecatheon media 'Alba'

Known as 'Shooting Stars' because of the swept back flower petals. White flowers arise from a green clump of leaves from April.

2 litre pot  £4.50

 

Erythronium 'Pagoda'

'Dogs Tooth Violet'. Perennial plant producing large,glossy green leaves and stems of golden-yellow nodding flowers from April to May. Ideal for a woodland position or light shade.

1 litre pot  £4.50

 

Erythronium revolutum

'Dogs Tooth Violet'. Perennial plant having large deep green leaves mottled chocolate brown. Stems of nodding violet-pink flowers are produced in April and May. Ideal for a woodland position or light shade.

1 litre pot  £3.50

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Erysimum 'Bowles Mauve'

Perennial Wallflower that has an extremely long flowering period that can extend to almost nine months of the year between April and December. Mauve-purple flowers.

2 litre pot  £4.50

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Euphorbia x pasteuri 'John Phillips'

An easy-growing but beautifully architectural plant. The long,glossy green leaves usually remain on the plant during winter. The heads of cream/yellow flowers are honey scented and very attractive to Bees.
2 litre pot  £6.50

 

Gaura 'Whirligig White'
 
Not the hardiest of herbaceous plants but invaluable for its tall spikes of white flowers continuously through summer and autumn.
 
2 litre pot  £4.50

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Ipheion uniflorum

The open flowers are borne over clumps of grassy foliage mostly in spring. We stock the varieties 'Wisley Blue' and 'Charlotte Bishop' (pink)

1 litre pot    £3.50
   
   
   
   
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Massonia depressa

Alpine plant,large,glossy green fleshy leaves with a central boss of white flower borne from late autumn to late winter,although quite frost hardy,probably best grown in an alpine house.

7 centimetre pot   £3.50 

 

Massonia echinata

Differs only slightly in appearance to Massonia depressa in that the leaves are more rounded and the flower colour quite variable from white to almost maroon.

7 centimetre pot  £3.50

 

Massonia pustulata

Differs from Massonia depressa in that the leaves are covered in variable pustules,flower colour normally white but variable.

7 centimetre pot  £3.50

   
   
 
Pinellia cordata

Bulb for shade-thin spath like flowers have a long 'tongue' and appear over a long period in summer. Height to 20 cms.

1 litre pot    £4.50
 

Pinellia pedadisecta

Attractive aroid for a shady situation,the upright growth gives rise to tall tubular spathes of green to cream and borne from May/June.

1 litre pot  £3.50

   

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Charleshurst Farm Nursery,
Loxwood Road,
Plaistow,
Billingshurst,
West Sussex.
RH14 0NY.
Tel: 01403 752273  e-mail: info@charleshurstplants.co.uk