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Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant'

…from early summer. These nectar-rich blooms 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…  More Info

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Coleus canina 'Scaredy Cat'

This easy to grow Coleus Canina keeps cats, dogs, rabbits and foxes away from your garden, also known as the ?Scaredy Cat? Plant. It produces an odour that cats in particular find offensive. It will be at its most effective when planted in a sunny spot,…  More Info

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Tacca chantrieri 'Green Isle'

An unusual and rarely offered selection that has intriguing dusky green blooms with bat-like, long green tentacles. Flowers in 2-3 years from seed.  More Info

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Mahonia aquifolium

…leaves gain a purple flush. Mahonia leaves are large and prickly, making them useful for security planting as they will help deter burglars and also cats. A Mahonia will spread and is ideal for planting in a shady spot, so a great addition to a woodland garden.…  More Info

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Nepeta nervosa 'Pink Candy'

Normal plants might engage the senses of sight, smell and touch, but this variety of Nepeta nervosa goes one step further: the candyfloss colour of its 'Pink Candy' blooms is sure to get your taste buds tingling. These flowers appear against a backdrop of compact, grey-green foliage…  More Info

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