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Dahlia coccinea 'Species Mixed'

…mixture of delicate single flowers in several colours with many bicolour shades, Tall and free flowering, makes it ideal for adding height to bedding displays or filling gaps in perennial borders. Height 5 feet. Planting distance 27 inches. Culinary note: All dahlia…  More Info

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Phlox drummondii 'Moody Blues'

Free flowering in a beautiful range of attractive blue shades, this easy to grow, half hardy annual is a cottage garden classic. Phlox drummondii 'Moody Blues' has a compact bushy habit that makes it ideal for planting in loose drifts at the edge of borders, and performs…  More Info

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Fatsia japonica

…filling in gaps in the borders, or planted in a pot on the patio. Globular white flowers formed in summer are popular with pollinating insects, and followed by black seedpods by autumn. An RHS Award of Garden Merit winner, Fatsia Japonica is happy in sun or shade, and…  More Info

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Pansy 'Envy'

…Amazing, olive-green blooms borne on compact, bushy plants, flowering over a long period. Suitable for borders or containers in winter or summer displays. Occasionally changeable weather conditions may provide you with even more unique shades, gently washed in blue…  More Info

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Ligustrum ovalifolium

A classic British hedging plant, Ligustrum ovalifolium is more often known as Privet and is one of the most resilient evergreen shrubs you can grow. Oval-shaped rich green leaves create a dense covering and are the perfect backdrop to the small creamy summer flowers, which are…  More Info

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