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Pieris Collection

…edged with cream. Bell shaped cream/white flowers bloom will develop in early spring and it?s easy to maintain. Height and Spread: 60cm (24). 'Mountain Fire' ? Dazzling red spring growth slowly transforms into shades of copper before a deep green. Cream flowers bloom in…  More Info

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Foxglove 'Candy Mountain Peach'

Following the success of 'Candy Mountain' and 'Snowy Mountain' comes the next individual colour in the 'Mountain' Foxglove series. With the same upward-facing flowers as its cousins, Foxglove 'Candy Mountain Peach' is the perfect perennial for adding height and…  More Info

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Foxglove 'Candy Mountain'

Foxglove Candy Mountain is totally unique as it is the first upward facing foxglove from seed. This unusual characteristic enables you, and the bees, to peep inside the stunning rose pink blooms and view their delightful freckled throats, which appear all the way around the stems.…  More Info

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Foxglove 'Candy Mountain'

Foxglove 'Candy Mountain' is ideal for planting in drifts, to create a colourful display towards the middle or back of cottage garden style borders. This perennial plant has spikes of pretty magenta pink tubular flowers with delicate freckled throats, that will bloom year after year…  More Info

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Foxglove 'Snowy Mountain'

Hot on the heels of Foxglove Candy Mountain, this striking white version has been developed by flower breeders. Each unique upward-facing bloom is peppered inside with delicate purple spots which will tempt bees and other insects. Tall sturdy spires of flowers will create an eye…  More Info

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Tomato 'Mountain Magic' F1 Hybrid

…than Mountain Magic F1. This top-performing cordon-trained variety is ideal for sunny veg patches and borders, as well as grow bags and patio containers. Combining the rich flavour of heritage varieties with modern F1 hybrid disease resistance, this tasty tom has everything…  More Info

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Aquilegia caerulea

Possibly the most beautiful Aquilegia of all. With glorious light to deep blue flowers 2-3in across sometimes fetching bi-coloured with white. An excellent border perennial, grand for cutting, in bloom for several weeks and will grow in sun or light shade. Flowers late spring/early summer.…  More Info

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Pinus mugo 'Pumilio Group'

The Dwarf Mountain Pine is particularly slow-growing. This spreading conifer will stay neat and compact for many years, eventually forming a mound of spreading branches covered by dense green needles. With maturity, female cones are produced at the tips of the stems. Pinus mugo …  More Info

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Fothergilla major

Also known as Mountain Witch Alder, this relative of the witch hazel is a compact deciduous shrub with glossy, textured, deep green leaves. In May, as the leaves are unfurling, masses of fragrant white, fluffy bottlebrush flowers smother the shrub with colour. As autumn approaches…  More Info

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Juniperus scopulorum 'Blue Arrow'

With a fresh Juniper scent, and an upright, thin habit, this architectural conifer is a great choice for the front garden, or as a conifer within a large rockery. It can also be used within a formal garden, for example, planted in pairs along the length of a path. The evergreen foliage is…  More Info

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Onion 'Jaune des Cevennes'

Originating from the steep terraced hillsides of the Cevennes mountain range, Onion ?Jaune des Cevennes? produces attractive, slightly flattened bulbs. The straw yellow skins enclose soft, white flesh with a delicate, sweet flavour. This sweet onion is perfect for making delicious…  More Info

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Potentilla fruiticosa

…flowers from May all the way through to September. This compact Shrubby Cinquefoil thrives in sunny borders or rockeries and makes a great low hedge. Shrubby Cinquefoils are native to the Northern Hemisphere, often growing at high altitude in mountainous regions. Height and…  More Info

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Potentilla fruticosa 'Mango Tango'

…orange flowers from May all the way through to September. This compact Shrubby Cinquefoil thrives in sunny borders or rockeries and makes a great low hedge. Shrubby Cinquefoils are native to the Northern Hemisphere, often growing at high altitude in mountainous regions.…  More Info

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Wooden Adirondack Chair

…in 1903 in Westport, New York and were initially known as Westport chairs, however they quickly grew in popularity all over the Adirondack Mountains and remain popular worldwide today. This chair is designed as a comfortable place to relax and unwind, featuring a unique and…  More Info

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Garden Life Acacia Hardwood Folding Adirondack Chair

…designed in 1903 in Westport, New York and were initially known as Westport chairs, however they quickly grew in popularity all over the Adirondack Mountains and remain popular worldwide today. It?s easy to see why they were so popular once you?ve sat in one of these…  More Info

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Tomato 'Oh Happy Day' F1 Hybrid

…Following on from ?Losetto?, and ?Mountain Magic?, ?Oh Happy Day? F1 is a cross between a very blight-resistant North American line and a French Marmande type. In T&M trials, ?Oh Happy Day? F1 resisted late blight infection for three weeks longer than ?Mountain Magic?…  More Info

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Iberis gibraltarica

…as Aubretias throughout the season. Iberis gibraltarica are renowned for their resilience, making the hardy perennial particularly suited to mountainous, costal or rocky areas. However, borders and flowerbeds across the UK can also benefit from the excellent ground coverage…  More Info

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