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Clematis 'Ashva'

Wild clematis are native to China, and the first garden types were created in Japan. Clematises arrived in European gardens from Japan in the 18th century, and since then hundreds of different cultivars have been created. Clematis 'Ashva' is a late flowering clematis that flowers…  More Info

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Viola tricolor

…summer to winter. Height: 15-23cm (6-9in). The petals make a colourful addition to green salads, can be candied to top desserts etc. or used to make violet soup. Write to us for a free leaflet with recipes for a wide range of edible flowers. Culinary note: Some parts of…  More Info

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Wildflower Mixture

…Trefoil, Red and White Campion, Dames Violet, Evening Primrose, Musk Mallow, Marjoram, Yellow Melilot, Ragged Robin, Yellow Rocket, Small Scabious, Vervain, Vipers Bugloss and many other. Please Note: Even though wild flowers they should not be scattered in the   More Info

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