"My Belle de Boskoop apple tree arrived safe and well and I am delighted with it. It was very well protected for its journey and is now planted in the ground."
- Liz Heydon
Brooklime is found around shallow water and damp soil. Fleshy mid-green leaves on creeping stems that then turn upwards. Pretty blue flowers in pairs appear between the leaves throughout the summer.
A common native of woodland edges and grass verges. Creeping stems and pretty light blue flowers on upright stems.
Sprays of small blue flowers on tallish stems. Narrow leaves with wavy margins. Attractive plant for the wild garden and suited to light sandy type soils
A common tallish perennial of dry calcareous grasslands. Finefeathery foliage topped with loose umbels of white flowers through June to september
Attractive bold flower heads of pinky red appear as early as March before the large heart shaped leaves. Often found naturally by water or boggy ground.
Red Valerian such an easy plant to grow it seems to pop up in just the right spot on its own. Firm green leaves and masses of deep pink red flower heads
A strongly aromatic creeping plant with fine feathery foliage and white daiy like flowers June-August.
The well known chicory of roadside verges attractive vibrant blue flowers in late summer
Very pretty low growing Bellflower for sunny spots with violet blue flowers
Yellow dandelion-like flowers often as early as late January or early February always make me feel that spring is just around the corner. An easy plant to grow and useful in the past as a remedy for chesty coughs.
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