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Caltha palustris alba
A clump-forming perennial to 25cm tall, with glossy, kidney-shaped leaves and single, bowl-shaped flowers with creamy-white petals and yellow stamens in early spring
Brown foliage, orange flowers in June-September. 70cm.
Colocasia esculenta Fontanesii
Stunning dark green leaves with black stems, may be grown in ponds, not fully hardy. 1m high 80cm wide
Convallaria majalis AGM
Lily of the Valley Sweetly scented white flower sprays Apr. 23cm. Excellent groundcover. Any soil, sun or part shade.
Convallaria majalis golden jubilee
This pale yellow leafed form was given to the Garden House to celebrate their golden jubilee. It is a sport of Hardwick Hall of vigorous habit and easy to grow.
Convallaria majalis 'Hardwick Hall' (v)
Lily of the Valley Large leaves narrowly edged cream. Large white flowers. 30cm.
Convallaria majalis Hofhein
NEW Cream edges to the foliage
Convallaria majalis var rosea
Flowers light pink Possibly the weakest growing of the convallarias but well worth waiting for to get established
Convallaria majalis Variegata
White fragrant flowers with gold variegated leaves.
Convallaria majalis Vic Pawlowskis Gold
Selected by a very able propagator in SW England The variegation is bolder and more numerous than in Albostriata Do not plant in too deep a shade Quite slow to increase initially
Bulbus evergreen up 1 m high .flowers June to aug.Hot dry position Bob Brown says dry shade Christopher Lloyd in water .Hardy
Sword like foliage 1 to 1.2 high with brilliant deep red flowers June to July
Barracott Plants, Old Orchard, Calstock Road, Gunnislake, Cornwall, PL18 9AA
Last updated 16th August 2021