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Scabious 'Kudos White'

…delicate white blooms cover the plant from June all the way through to October! ?Kudos White? will produce flowers over and over again, much to your delight, and that of pollinating insects such as butterflies and bees, who?ll love the huge number of flowers! Height:…  More Info

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Scabious 'Kudos White'

…cover the plant form June all the way through to October! Deadheading this plant with induce it to produce flowers over and over again, much you your delight, and that of pollinating insect such as butterflies and bees, who?ll love the huge number of flowers! ! Height…  More Info

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Lavatera 'Barnsley'

…to September give it the appearance of a branching Hollyhock. Your fellow gardeners will admire your Lavatera, as will the butterflies and bees! This lovely plant is one of the best at attracting garden wildlife. Lavatera 'Barnsley' grows vigorously, filling gaps in…  More Info

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Lavender 'Devonshire Compact'

…bracts. The silvery green foliage is deeply aromatic making this a great choice for a sensory garden. Like all Lavender plants, this variety is loved by bees. Lavandula stoechas 'Devonshire Compact' is perfect for fragrant path edges, patio containers and sheltered,…  More Info

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora' (Large Plant)

…behold. During August and September you can expect large panicles of cream coloured buds which open into masses of little white flowers, bees and butterflies will love them too. It's a hardy deciduous shrub that is suited to British weather. Height 3m, spread 2m.…  More Info

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Wisteria sinensis

…twining stems. Wisteria sinensis is particularly noted for its fragrant flowers which are followed by velvety seedpods. A quintessential climber loved by bees and pollinators that is perfect for training against walls and over pergolas to add a romantic feel to your…  More Info

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Echinacea purpurea 'Little Magnus'

…making a splash with its purple-pink coneflowers which have plump, rounded central cones. The flowers of this delightful hardy perennial are loved by bees and butterflies and the seeds are favoured by birds, so it introduces great biodiversity into a garden. Echinacea…  More Info

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Spiraea japonica 'Firelight'

…spring to autumn. The spring foliage emerges a reddish bronze hue, colouring to green in summer with clusters or deep pink flowers which are loved by bees. By autumn the foliage has transformed to red and purple to round off a dazzling season of colour. This compact…  More Info

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Perovskia 'Blue Spire'

…to Lavender. Its foliage is silvery and aromatic, it thrives in the sun and is drought resistant, it has lilac blue flowera on stems, it is loved by bees and butterflies and looks great planted en masse in blocks or lines. The main differences is that whilst Lavender…  More Info

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Caryopteris x clandonensis 'Kew Blue' (Large Plant)

…care for. Its silvery and subtly aromatic foliage combined with beautiful dark blue flowers will reward you from late summer to autumn. Loved by butterflies and bees, Caryopteris is a tough shrub, making it popular for both parks and gardens in all areas of the UK.…  More Info

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Philadelphus 'Belle Etoile'

…flowers from early summer, with white frilly petals, that are mauve pink in the centre, with creamy-yellow anthers. They produce a lovely orange fragrance and will attract bees and butterflies to your garden. Philadelphus 'Belle Etoile' doesn't grow out of control,…  More Info

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Prunus laurocerasus 'Rotundifolia'

…hedging, it provides a sheltered home for birds in winter; whilst racemes of small white fragrant flowers provide food for bees in April. Dark, cherry-like fruits that are also loved by wildlife follow in summer, turning from red to black as they ripen. Growing well…  More Info

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Nepeta racemosa

…borders and paths. Aptly named Catmint, this hardy perennial has a strange effect on cats, who seem to love its fragrant foliage. Just like all Nepeta, this variety will attract plenty of bees to your garden. Height: 30cm (12). Spread: 45cm (18). Culinary information:…  More Info

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Lavender 'Papillon'

The grey-green foliage of this lovely French lavender is topped with rounded lilac-purple bracts. The delicate blooms, carried on stiff stems, attract bees and other insects. Cut some lavender flowers for a wonderful scented posy, or dry them for a bowl of home-made pot…  More Info

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Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant'

…attract bees and pollinating insects, and cats adore the aromatic foliage. One of the most widely-grown Catmints, 'Six Hills Giant' is a tall variety, wonderful planted in generous swathes and allowed to spill from borders and soften path edges. A cottage garden favourite,…  More Info

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Lavender 'Fathead'

…The flowers of Lavender ?Fathead' are rich in nectar, making them especially desirable for bees. French Lavender thrives best in sheltered borders and relishes path edges or containers - you'll love the aromatic perfume as your legs brush past the plants! Height and…  More Info

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Daphne x transatlantica 'Pink Fragrance'

…make the most of its lovely fragrance and position one either side of a door so that the perfume wafts in. These lovely daphne flowers bloom on the plant's new growth which means it can keep flowering right through until the autumn. The nectar-rich flowers will…  More Info

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Daphne x transatlantica 'Pink Fragrance'

…make the most of its lovely fragrance and position one either side of a door so that the perfume wafts in. These lovely daphne flowers bloom on the plant's new growth which means it can keep flowering right through until the autumn. The nectar-rich flowers will…  More Info

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Lilac 'Katherine Havemeyer' (Large Plant)

…requires minimal maintenance, making the spreading shrub a firm favourite in cottage garden borders. It is loved by gardeners and wildlife alike, attracting many species of butterfly, bees and beneficial insects. The wonderfully frangranced flowers appear in profusion…  More Info

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Buddleja 'Berries and Cream'

Buddleja is loved by gardeners for its plumes of nectar-rich flowers which are irresistible to bees and butterflies. Buddleja 'Berries and Cream' is as pretty as a butterfly itself, with striking bicolour blooms in magenta pink and creamy white. The cone-shaped flower…  More Info

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Weigela rosea

…tubular flowers in May and June. With elegant arching branches this hardy deciduous shrub makes a lovely addition to borders and woodland gardens, where the late spring flowers attract bees. Versatile and easy to grow, Weigela florida also makes a colourful low…  More Info

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Spiraea 'Sparkling Champagne'

…Colourful foliage emerges a lovely rose-red shade in spring, which matures to lime-green during summer. From early to late summer, this hardy, deciduous shrub will be covered with dainty flower clusters, blushed with a hint of rose-pink, which attract butterflies and bees…  More Info

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Everlasting Perennial Collection

…in the year they produce bright red-orange papery calyces that look like Chinese lanterns. D. Gypsophila 'Rosea' - Low, creeping plant that makes lovely ground cover for rockeries and gravel gardens. Sprays of tiny pink flowers appear in summer, above the semi-evergreen…  More Info

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