Plants For Dry Soil

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Eryngium 'Magical Blue Globe'

…borders. Cut some stems for a summer bouquet or dry the flowers of Sea Holly for using later on. Height: 50cm (20). Spread: 40cm (16). Plant height and spread is seasonal therefore we list by pot size rather than a defined plant size. The height…  More Info

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Sea Buckthorn Hedging

Growing well in conditions that other plants would struggle in, Sea Buckthorn is a perfect hedging plant for coastal areas as it prefers dry, sandy soils. Its small, silvery leaves cover prickly/thorny stems making it great for security hedging and…  More Info

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Sarcococca hookeriana var. humilis

…it will grow in almost any soil or situation - even those impossible dry shaded spots! A wonderful compact plant for woodland ground cover, or low informal hedges. You can even cut a few stems for a vase indoors! Grows to 60cm (24). Supplied in…  More Info

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Arabis caucasica 'Snowcap'

Poor dry soils are bad news for a lot of plant varieties but Arabis caucasica 'Snowcap' wouldn't have it any other way. This tough, resilient evergreen perennial will thrive in rockeries, borders and path edges providing ground cover throughout the year and…  More Info

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Meconopsis 'Lingholm'

For the best success with this special perennial the planting soil needs to be neutral to slightly acidic, moist but well-drained and enriched with leaf mould or bulky garden compost. The site should be partially shaded with shelter from cold, dry winds.…  More Info

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Osteospermum 'Blue Eyed Beauty'

…tolerant plant for borders or planters, Osteospermum 'Blue Eyed Beauty' is hard to beat. It is well suited a range of garden styles, from contemporary to cottage. This African Daisy flowers profusely between June and September, and doesn't need much watering as it is…  More Info

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Scandi Houseplant Collection

…well then wait until the surface of the soil has dried out, at which point water well again along with a general feed once every couple of months. Ficus elastic (Rubber Plant) A popular ornamental plant with shiny leather type leaves. A tough plant  More Info

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Leontopodium 'Berghman' (Blossom of Snow)

…it is ideal for growing in rockeries and on very light soils. This cultivar was specially bred with longer stems that are suitable for cutting for vases.'The unusual looking flowers, dry well, and look good in dried flower arrangements.…  More Info

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Blueberry Collection

Blueberries are always more productive when you grow several plants together. This superb collection offers three different varieties for maximum cross pollination and the very best crops. Delicious, firm fruits, which are packed full with healthy vitamins and antioxidants,…  More Info

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Hypericum x dummeri 'Peter Dummer'

…durable plant and will thrive in most conditions, including dry soils, near walls, or beneath large conifer trees. The plant has a bushy rounded habit, and planted together, can create a low carpet of foliage and flowers. This easy going shrub…  More Info

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Robinia (Standard)

…specimen is ideal for borders and large patio containers, and will even survive in poor, dry soils. Particularly effective when planted as an avenue along driveways or grown as a garden screen. Height supplied: 60cm (24). Pot grown plant supplied.…  More Info

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Achillea 'Terracotta'

…This durable and dependable plant thrives on light sandy soils and even in difficult coastal conditions, as well as being great for planting in large swathes among swaying grasses in a prairie style border. Achillea 'Terracotta' is also excellent as a…  More Info

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Nasturtium 'Dwarf Compact Mixed'

…of colourful blooms all held proudly above a blanket of foliage. Useful for bedding and border work of any description and in particular for carpeting dry, sunny banks, as they will thrive in soils where few other plants will even live. Flowers…  More Info

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Phlox 'Pharao Blue Eye'

Creeping Phlox are useful for dry, sunny spots and parched ground where other plants just won't grow! Once established, Phlox 'Pharao Blue Eye' will thrive in the driest of soils, producing an impenetrable mat of flowers, suppressing weeds and resisting drought!…  More Info

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Asclepias incarnata 'Soulmate'

…other insects. Asclepias incarnata 'Soulmate' also makes a useful cut flower, either fresh or dried. When the flowers end in late summer, the seedpods bring autumn interest to fading borders. Perfect for sunny borders on damp soil, especially in wildlife areas.…  More Info

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