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Tulip Carnival

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Tulip 'Pink Fountain'

…bulbs, corms and tubers Culinary information: Some parts of these flowers are edible. However, some people have had strong allergic reactions to tulip flowers. If touching them causes a rash, numbness etc. then tulip flowers should not be eaten. For more details about…  More Info

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Antirrhinum nanum 'Frosted Flames'

The rich carnival of colour produced by this stunning Antirrhinum is perfectly foiled by the unusual, frosted foliage, making the plants a real talking point. Exceptional performance for the summer border. Culinary note: These pretty flowers can be used as garnishes or dressings but…  More Info

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Morning Glory 'Carnevale di Venezia'

…striped blue and pink blooms with intricate markings, as if painted individually. Flowers all summer, transforming your garden with all the dazzling colours of the Venice Carnival. Twining climber to 2m (6ft). Useful Links: How to sow flower seeds Reasons to buy your seeds…  More Info

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Clematis 'Princess Diana'

Just as beautiful as it's namesake, the Clematis 'Princess Diana' boasts eye catching magenta pink blooms that are very similar to the shape of tulips. The stunning pink shade is highlighted by the wispy creamy yellow stamens. Clematis 'Princess Diana' is a late flowering texensis…  More Info

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