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Primula vialii

…spikes of bloom open to lilac, giving the flowers a magical two toned effect. Ideal for damp, shady spots and simply stunning in large groups around bog gardens and woodlands. Their stout erect stems also make superb cut flowers for a pretty posy indoors. Ideal companion for…  More Info

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Iris ensata 'Picasso'

Brighten up damp borders, bog gardens and ponds with the showy blooms of Iris ensata ?Picasso?. Regal purple flowers boast golden falls, each delicately etched with dark veins for an eye-catching display. This hardy, moisture-loving perennial has an upright habit that adds height…  More Info

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Lysimachia ephemerum

…This lovely species of loosestrife is unfortunately rarely seen in UK gardens. An elegant perennial loved by butterflies, it enjoys moist borders and bog gardens - particularly suiting a damp area at the edge of a pond or a stream. Awarded an RHS AGM for its garden…  More Info

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Iris ensata Dinner Plate Collection

…tall stems above a swaying clump of slender, upright foliage. Iris ensata thrive in moist soil making the perfect choice for brightening up ponds, bog gardens and damp borders. Height: 60cm (24). Spread: 30cm (12). * Collection comprises:* Iris ensata Dinner Plate 'Blueberry…  More Info

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