The title covers quite a wide variety of plants including herbaceous, spring and summer bulbs, bedding plants, wildflowers, and some flowering shrubs and roses.
Because this covers such a range of plants only a small selection have been detailed here as usual if you don’t see what you’re looking for then please do contact us or call in.
Rosa cecille bruner / Climbing roseTiny, hybrid T shaped buds appear in clusters and open to sweetly scented, fully double, light pink flowers for a long period throughout summer. Well known for its prolific flowers, this vigorous climbing rose is available in both a climber and a bush rose. It has good disease resistance and is perfect for an open, sunny wall or large pergola. A cottage garden classic.
Rosa Iceberg / Bush rose
Justifiably popular, ‘Iceberg’ goes on flowering right through the summer. Clusters of pink buds open to double, slightly fragrant white flowers, 7cm across. It is disease-resistant and easy to grow. There is also a climbing variety.
Rosemary officinalisRosemary is one of the oldest Mediterranean aromatic shrubs and is still regarded as an essential culinary and medicinal herb. As a specimen plant it is impressive at all times, especially when covered with its lovely flowers that attract bees and butterflies. Plant against a warm wall to help it to gain extra height, and preferably in a position where it is brushed in passing to release its lingering scent. To keep plants in shape, trim after flowering.
Sedum Autumn JoySucculent, lettuce-green leaves, topped with salmon-pink flower-heads in summer, maturing to pinkish-bronze then coppery-red in autumn. This versatile perennial is a perfect filler plant for a sunny, well-drained spot. A valuable late source of nectar for butterflies and bees, the dried flowerheads provide structure and colour in the winter garden. Excellent for roof gardens