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Erythronium dens-canis 'Purple King'

…of delicate, outward-curving petals edged with yellow at the base, and long, purple-tipped white anthers within. Ideal for partially shaded areas, this clump-forming plant is great in cottage and woodland gardens, plus ideal for alpine and rockery settings. Height: 25cm (10)…  More Info

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Nurserymans Choice Seasonal Alpine and Rockery Collection

Perfect for creating your own alpine trough or planting up a gravel garden. This collection will be be selected at random from our wide range of hardy alpine and rockery plants. We can't specify exactly which species you will recieve - that would spoil the fun! You can rest…  More Info

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Sedum 'Sunsparkler' Collection

The Sedum 'Sunsparkler' series is from American breeding and is perfect for ground cover in alpine gardens and rockeries. This collection has been selected for their fabulous leaf colour, compact growth habit and large, contrasting flower heads. The plants form dense cushions of…  More Info

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Sempervivum 'Mixed'

…display year after year. Extremely drought tolerant, hardy and low maintenance, Sempervivum 'Mixed' are great for wedging into wall crevices, alpine troughs, gravel gardens or patio containers for an unusual and attractive garden feature. These neat little succulents also…  More Info

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Leontopodium 'Berghman' (Blossom of Snow)

…then Leontopodium 'Berghman' (Blossom of Snow) is perfect. It is a plant that is well suited to modern, exotic and alpine rockery gardens. Edelweiss, is a hardy perennial, alpine plant. The plant has soft and 'woolly', star-shaped blooms and silvery foliage. It has…  More Info

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Bell Cloche

A large bell cloche to help protect your plants from frost and heavy rain, made from hard-wearing plastic. It can be placed over plants such alpines and half-hardy perennials to ensure they are not damaged due to cold, wet weather, and can also act as deterrent against slugs, snails…  More Info

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Oxalis versicolor

A half hardy alpine with the most fascinating buds, like striped candy canes! In late summer and autumn the flowers of Oxalis versicolor open to reveal cupped white petals with bright raspberry margins. These delicate, spreading perennials make captivating specimens for a frost free…  More Info

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Nurserymans Choice Alpine Phlox

Alpine Phlox are unsurpassable for creating low, spreading ground cover, or cascading down walls, slopes and rockeries. These resourceful little perennials will grow in the toughest of places, making them perfect for filling crevices or plugging narrow gaps between patio slabs.…  More Info

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Silene caroliniana 'Hot Pink'

…well-drained soils of rocky outcrops. The nectar rich flowers are borne in profusion in late spring and early summer, offering a feast for pollinating insects. This charming hardy perennial is perfect for gravel gardens, alpine troughs and the front of sunny borders. Height…  More Info

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Sempervivum 'Chick Charms® Gold Nugget'

…windowsill indoors, but it?s perfectly hardy so you can grow it in the garden too. Perfect for adding a splash of colour to winter rockeries, alpine troughs and those narrow, dry borders at the edge of the patio! Height: 8cm (3). Spread: 30cm (12). Plant height and spread is…  More Info

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Prunus nipponica 'Brilliant'

The Japanese Alpine Cherry is a deciduous shrub or small tree that is covered in very pale pink, almost white flowers in spring. Prunus nipponica 'Brilliant' is very hardy and makes an excellent specimen plant in for small to medium gardens, its leaves emerge a rusty brown colour…  More Info

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Poppy 'Pacino'

Poppy 'Pacino' will add a lovely bright splash of lemon yellow to rockeries, gravel gardens and alpine troughs from June to August. With low mounds of finely cut, blue-green foliage and short upright stems topped with the cup-shaped blooms. Japanese Poppies are well loved by insects…  More Info

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Erodium x variabile 'Roseum'

Erodium x variabile 'Roseum' is a hardy little alpine plant, perfect for filling small crevices and gaps in walls, rockeries and patios. Its low-spreading habit forms cushions of scalloped, grey-green foliage, which is topped off with a profusion of pink flowers with darker veins,…  More Info

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Lavender 'Purple Ribbon' (Bandera)

…the characteristic scent that we all know and love. This hardy little plant is perfect for using as a low hedge or boundary marker, as part of an alpine display or in containers too! Height: 20cm (8). Spread: 20cm (8). Culinary information: Some parts of these flowers are…  More Info

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Hardy 'Garden Cactus'

…that can survive short periods as low as -7C (45F). Echinopsis hybrid (Chamaelobivia group) makes a real talking point in well drained rockeries, alpine troughs and gravel gardens. These clump forming Cacti will slowly develop spiky clumps, decorated in summer with large…  More Info

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Oxalis Censation™ 'Double Pink Wonder'

…blooms, with red picotee edges. This Shamrock is a low growing bulb, forming a spreading clump of triangular, clover-like foliage. It is ideal for alpine troughs, pots and sheltered rockeries. 'In most parts of the UK they are best grown in containers and moved to a frost…  More Info

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Dianthus caryophyllus 'Trailing Carnations Mixed'

Travelling in the Alpine regions of Europe one is struck by the magnificent and visual impact of their window boxes, hanging baskets, pots, tubs etc. And then we realised that they make liberal use of pendulous carnations adding an extra slant in perspective and design. The colour…  More Info

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Dianthus amurensis 'Siberian Blues'

…'Siberian Blue' blooms over a long period throughout summer on resilient, dense plants with a vigorous habit. Perfect for planting in rockeries, alpine troughs and at the front of borders where it will form useful low maintenance ground cover. Height: 38cm (15). Spread: 30cm…  More Info

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Strawberry 'Mignonette'

The wood alpine strawberry produces masses of dainty, sweet tasting berries from July to September. The small fruits have a delicate flavour with an almond undertone making them perfect for decorating pastries and cakes or dropping into a glass of champagne! Strawberry 'Mignonette'…  More Info

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Anagallis monellii 'Skylover'

What a stunning alternative to Lobelia! The spreading stems of this pretty Blue Pimpernel make a carpet of summer flowers for your rockery or alpine garden. Its interesting foliage and pendulous habit are perfect for your hanging baskets too. This delightful hardy perennial offers…  More Info

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Eryngium alpinum

A striking perennial with a bold garden presence! Distinctive, architectural blooms rise high on sturdy stems to reveal cones of tiny flowers surrounded by an electric blue collar! A useful plant for coastal areas and hot, dry sites. The dramatic Sea Holly flowers are also excellent for…  More Info

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Arabis caucasica 'Pixie Cream'

…forms mounding cushions of grey-green foliage, completely smothered in small cream flowers in spring. Also known as Rock Cress, this sweetly scented alpine plant is perfect for rock gardens, wall crevices, containers or grown as groundcover in hot sunny borders. Drought…  More Info

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Woodland Strawberry

A woodland strawberry selection which produces an abundance of delicious, small, red fruits from July to September. The superbly sweet strawberries are carried high on the plant, making them easier to pick and reducing the risk of disease and rotting as most fruits are held above soil…  More Info

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Oxalis melanosticta 'Ken Aslet'

Oxalis melanosticta 'Ken Aslet' is a cheery little alpine plant with attractive silvery-green, clover-like foliage which is softly hairy. The tubular, golden flowers that emerge in late summer bring a splash of colour to the garden as other plants are fading. This low, matt-forming,…  More Info

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Aquilegia flabellata var. pumila f. kurilensis 'Rosea'

…dwarf plants with attractive, nodding, rose-pink and cream flowers against unusual blue-green, fan shaped foliage. This compact Aquilegia is ideal for planting at the front of borders, in containers or alpine gardens where it will self seed to create handsome drifts. Height…  More Info

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Fritillaria persica

Dark purple-black bells hang ominously from tall flower spikes. The shadowy form of this striking fritillary appears in late spring for an imposing display in borders and alpine gardens. An unusual and statuesque bulb that tolerates hot conditions and dry soils. Height: 100cm (40).…  More Info

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Anemone blanda

…with a golden eye are carried above soft green dissected leaves. These graceful beauties are ideal for planting through rockeries, borders and alpine troughs. For maximum impact, try naturalising them in drifts through grass or open woodland. Height: 10cm (4). Spread: 15cm …  More Info

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Sedum 'Sunsparkler Dazzleberry'

…habit. Panicles of starry red flowers appear from as early as July, virtually smothering the plant. This hardy perennial makes the perfect choice for groundcover in alpine gardens, or softening path edges. Try it in containers as a patio table centrepiece. Height: 15cm (6?).…  More Info

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Rhododendron 'Geisha Orange' (Azalea Group)

…beautiful dwarf Azalea, with vibrant, tangerine orange blooms. It is ideal for the borders of small gardens, and is also a great addition to an alpine garden rockery. It flowers in May and sometimes in June, helping to provide colour in between spring bulbs, and summer…  More Info

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Strawberry 'Just Add Cream™'

…is delightful in both aroma and flavour. It combines the sweetness of home-grown strawberries with the special taste of the wild woodland or alpine strawberry. Perfectly formed strawberries can be picked from May until the first frosts of autumn, on plants that have pretty…  More Info

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Gypsophila cerastioides

…spring through to mid-summer Gypsophila cerastioides produces pretty white flowers with tiny pink veins. With a mounding, spreading habit, this alpine plant is perfect for rock gardens, gravel gardens, patio containers, or spilling out of wall crevices. Height: 5cm (2).…  More Info

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Erythronium californicum 'White Beauty'

…up to 6cm wide. Also known as the Fawn Lily, this RHS AGM Winner is a versatile, clump-forming plant ideal for cottage and woodland gardens, plus alpine and rockery settings. Erythronium californicum 'White Beauty' is suitable for north facing sites and those in partial…  More Info

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