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Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost'

…veins. In mid to late spring these are complimented by delicate sprays of blue forget-me-not like flowers. Happiest in a shady position, Siberian Bugloss is perfect for woodland gardens or the front of shady borders where it will slowly spread to form a dense, colourful…  More Info

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Brunnera 'Alexander's Great'

You can really make a statement with the silver veined foliage of Brunnera 'Alexanders Great' - they shout 'look at me' for all the right reasons. This particularly large leaved variety is wonderfully dramatic. It makes superb spreading ground cover, or why not grow it in a prominent…  More Info

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Wildflower Mixture

…White Campion, Dames Violet, Evening Primrose, Musk Mallow, Marjoram, Yellow Melilot, Ragged Robin, Yellow Rocket, Small Scabious, Vervain, Vipers Bugloss and many other. Please Note: Even though wild flowers they should not be scattered in the wild without the authorisation…  More Info

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Echium vulgare 'Blue Bedder'

Glorious blue flowers buzzing with bees.  More Info

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Echium pininana

No wonder this is also called Tower of Jewels or 'Pride of Tenerife! Exceptionally tall flower spikes packed with either rose or purple-blue flowers, interspersed with silver-green lanceolate leaves.  More Info

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