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Abelia x grandiflora

Flowering non-stop from July to October this 1.5m shrub is tremendous value. Covers itself with pale pink funnels, darker sepals. Nice with fuchsias. H6.

Abutilon megapotamicum

A fascinating and unusual shrub for a sheltered warm wall carrying lantern flowers in red and yellow, with protruding dark brown stamens. July-Dec. 2m. H3.

Abutilon Patrick Synge

A tall semi-evergreen shrub reaching 3m with reddish orange pendants, deep purple on the inside dangling like pendant lanterns over a long season... More Info »

Acaena novae-zealandiae

Creeping evergreen perennial, excellent for paving in sun or shade. Carmine red burrs in summer. Tough and rampant but easily controlled. 15cm. H7.

Acanthus hungaricus

Glossy, comb-like foliage. Spikes of sinister, hooded flowers in pink and puce. Very reliable perennial flowerer and self-sows freely! June-Sept. 1m. H7.

Acanthus mollis Hollard’s Gold

Large, evergreen leaves, strikingly yellow tinted in winter and spring. Flowers white with mauve bracts July - Oct. A good perennial introduction. 50cm. H5.

Achillea cartilaginea Silver Spray

A spectacular mound forming hardy perennial with masses of small, grey-centred and flat-headed chalky white flowers, offset by fine, dark green serrated leaves... More Info »

Achillea Credo

An outstanding perennial yarrow with flat heads of pale creamy yellow flowers from June to August. 1m. H7.

Aconitum carmichaelii Arendsii

One of the best perennial monkshoods on the market. Large mid-blue hooded flowers are held on upright stems. Leaves are dark green and glossy. Compact and floriferous... More Info »

Aconitum carmichaelii Kelmscott

A fine, upstanding perennial monkshood, with multiple spires of blue flowers late in the season. September-October. 2m. H7.