Convallaria Majalis – Rosea "Rosea" grows dainty pink flowers. Convallaria majuscula, (formerly listed as Convallaria majalis var. montana or Convallaria montana) which is indigenous to a very limited range in the mountains o. Some cultivars like Convallaria majalis ‘Albostriate’ have variegated leaves, others like Convallaria majalis “Rosea” have tiny bell shaped flowers, flushed pink. Growing outdoors, it has been
UK counties choose floral emblems – The conservation charity Plantlife International has announced the results of a UK-wide vote held to choose each British county’s favourite wild flower. It says tens of thousands of people took part i.
Wildflowers Seed. Wildflower seeds in native British meadow seeds mixes and wildflower seed mixtures to enrich gardens and the countryside. Buy seeds of individual wildflower species or buy a wildflower seed mix containing native British annuals and perennials.
Olive Tree – Extra Large Why Olive Oil? Extra virgin olive oils are not processed or refined. Extra virgin olive oil is essentially ‘fresh squeezed’ from the fruit of the olive tree, without alteration of. The olive tree, Olea europaea, is an evergreen tree or shrub native to the Mediterranean, Asia, and Africa.It is short and squat, and rarely exceeds
Ranunculus Bulbs – Pauline Violet New in 2017 New hybrid of great colour – the flowers are rich violet-blue – and vigour. Like many of the newer reticulata hybrids, this is of somewhat more robust appearance than most older varieties. young snowball viburnums that were still a light moss green that contrast with the deep violet color. These were grown
The Casual Gardener: Primula prime time – Thankfully the native Irish primrose (Primula vulgaris) is built to withstand the worst of the spring elements. Compact and low growing, it is a hardy, robust little plant that.
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Available – Standard 3-4 Litre Pot, Large 5 Litre Pot, Extra Large 6 Litre Pot
Poison Primrose — Don’t Let Name Drive You Away – Despite irritating hairs that have earned it a most unlikely common name for a popular florist plant — poison primrose.
Closely related is Primula veris or cowslip, P. vulgaris or English primrose.