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Eryngium planum

Commonly known as Sea Holly, this thistle-like perennial produces upright, branching stems of thimble-sized, steel-blue flowers surrounded by spiny bracts. From July to early autumn, these long-lasting blooms provide a valuable source of nectar for butterflies and pollinating insects.…  More Info

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Echinops ritro

…deeply cut foliage. This favoured perennial has a strong architectural impact and forms a striking contrast with other perennial varieties. Globe Thistle is perfect for wildlife areas as it attracts bees and other pollinating insects. Producing late summer blooms, this…  More Info

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Echinops ritro subsp. ruthenicus

Tight clusters of deep blue flowers form mini-globes on long, strong straight stems of pure silver. The foliage is amazing and quite unique, giving off a silver sheen whatever the weather. Incredibly ornamental in or out of flower. An all round superb species with ideal height. Useful…  More Info

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Cirsium 'Pink Blush'

Bees and butterflies will adore this cultivated thistle and so will you when the striking fluffy thistle blooms, unusual in white with their intriguing purple tips, appear throughout summer on tall stems above low growing rosettes of spiky-looking foliage. A relaxed, airy…  More Info

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Eryngium variifolium Miss Marbel

Sea hollies are wonderful for adding architecture amongst the soft peaks and troughs of other border perennials. Basal rosettes of dark green leaves boldly marked with silvery veining give rise to stiff stalks bearing deep blue thistle-like flowers surrounded by long, spiky bracts.…  More Info

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