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Tuesday, 18/07/2017

So we arrive in the middle of July, another magnificent month which sees plants and animals of all shape and size come into their own. This month, itís time to settle down and enjoy the garden, and admire all of the wildlife that comes with it.

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"Many thanks for the delivetry of our plant - a very nice specimen in perfect condition. We are so please with it, we shall be ordering another one today.."
Thank you.
M Brown

Native and Naturalized Wildflowers

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Argemone mexicana

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Not a true native but a useful wild plant for dry or poor soil. Will seed itself about very freely

Asplenium scolopendrium

£6.75

Also called Phyllitis scolopendrium or The Harts Tongue Fern, lovely evergreen fronds of rich mid-green always look neat and tidy. It is easy to grow and contrasts so well with daintier foliaged subjects.

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A once common sight of hedgerows flowers from June to September with attractive deep pink to magenta red coloured flowers

Bistort (Persicaria bistorta)

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Bistort. A once common sight of damp meadows, flowers from June to September with attractive deep pink to magenta red coloured flowers.

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Forms large mats of succulent looking foliage tolerates dry sites with ease. During May and June whole plant transformed into a picture of small star shaped bright yellow flowers

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The Bloody Cranesbill, a lovely very natural plant that fits itself comfotably into either the natural garden or the more organised. Hummocks of deep green divided foliage and flowers ranging from deep pink to magenta in colour

£2.25

Needs little description, our plants are of genuine English descent

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Branched Bur Read

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