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Rodgersia aesculifolia

…suitable for the edge of garden ponds, and damp waterlogged borders. It has Horse Chestnut like leaves, with 2 foot stems emerging from them with small star-shaped pink flowers in large conical panicles in summer. It looks great planted alongside Hostas and Ferns.  More Info

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Blechnum brasiliense 'Volcano'

If you like Dicksonia tree ferns but find them too large or expensive, why not try this new alternative? This dwarf Brazilian tree fern has only recently been introduced to the UK and is sure to be the next big thing for the home gardener. The compact plants are ideal for…  More Info

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Hosta 'Fire and Ice'

…shady borders or contrasting with dark ferns from spring to autumn. Height: 55cm (1'10); Spread: 1m (3'3). Culinary information: The best part to use is the hoston, the rolled up leaf as it emerges in the spring. Cooking depends on the size of the hostons, small ones…  More Info

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Hosta 'Sum and Substance'

…pale lilac flowers which appear in July. This is the Hosta for a shady courtyard or border, where it makes a bold statement. It looks good with ferns and provides really effective ground cover in areas where many other plants prefer not to grow. Give it shade and moist…  More Info

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Santolina chamaecyparissus

Introduce a pop of cheerful sulphur yellow in your garden with Santolina chamaecyparissus or Cotton Lavender. It's a hardy small shrub that has fine silver fern-type leaves that remain as an evergreen all year round to give a lift to drab winter days. Cotton Lavender is drought…  More Info

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