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Hosta 'Frances Williams'

Hosta ?Frances Williams? is an RHS AGM award winning hardy perennial. The blue-green crinkled leaves have a golden margin and creates an attractive display. In the summer months between June and July pale lilac flowers will spring up on their long stems. These plants are perfect for…  More Info

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Hardy Hosta Collection

…and containers, or create contrast against the flowering plants in your displays. Your collection will include: Hosta 'Francee', 'September Sun', 'Marmalade on Toast', 'Brim Cup' and 'Frances Williams'. Plant up your bare roots on arrival, so they establish ready to produce…  More Info

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Hosta 'Giant Leaved Mix'

…- Architectural, blue-green foliage, which is great for the shaded end of cottage garden borders. Height: 100cm (39). Spread: 120cm (48).* Hosta 'Frances Williams' - The crinkled, blue-green leaves are edged with golden margins that make a pleasing contrast. Height: 30cm (12…  More Info

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Garlic 'Picardy Wight' (Spring Planting)

Garlic 'Picardy Wight' originates from Picardy in Northern France, and is suitable for spring or autumn planting. This softneck garlic variety produces pink-tinged white bulbs with a strong flavour and excellent storage potential. Height: 60cm (24). Spread: 15cm (6). Useful links:…  More Info

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Garlic 'Picardy Wight' (Spring Planting)

Garlic 'Picardy Wight' originates from Picardy in Northern France, and is suitable for spring or autumn planting. This softneck garlic variety produces pink-tinged white bulbs with a strong flavour and excellent storage potential. Height: 60cm (24). Spread: 15cm (6). Useful links:…  More Info

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Garlic 'Carcassonne Wight' (Spring/Autumn Planting)

Although Garlic 'Carcassonne Wight' originates in the South of France, it is possibly the best hardneck garlic for overwintering in the UK. Vigorous plants produce pink cloves which are similar to Lautrec, but thought by some to have a superior bouquet and character. Height: 60cm …  More Info

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Fig 'Violette de Bordeaux'

In around 1680 a fig was discovered in the gardens of the palace of Versailles, in France, that was thriving during the cold winter. From this the variety, 'Violette de Bordeaux' was created, and it continues to have great tolerance to colder weather compared to other fig types. The…  More Info

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