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In spring hanging chocolate-purple flowers are spicily scented. Available from early summer 2012.(Also known as Alcaea, Malva and Althaea) This is an excellent new Hollyhock-like plant which doesn't get rust!
If two clones are present sausage fruits are formed. A hybrid between Alcaea and Althaea it has creamy semi-double flowers with maroon stamens over a very long period it is sterile so puts all energy into flower production, not seed (Jun to Nov).
The five small lime flowers form a cube, hence the name! It is extremely hardy (coming through the winter of 2009 unscathed) and incredibly floriferous.
In fact it does not require to be pot bound being an excellent plant to include in the garden border in sunny spot. Much used as an expensive cut flower, especially in bridal wreaths, pure white heads made up of many trumpet-shaped flowers in late summer.
A shorter form that is reliably floriferous and disease resistant, both excellent attributes from this group of plants! Mounds of cheering and very useful yellow foliage through winter and spring aging to lime in summer, although keeps a yellower look if grown in shade. The flowers turn delightfully sepia as they age (see photo). Long flowered, especially if dead headed, and it's a colour which goes with anything, cooling hot oranges and reds and lifting dark blues and purples. These are held aloft on massive stems making a dramatic large plant. Recommended where space is available and impact required. I have wanting to offer this ever since seeing it several years ago. The flowers being well spaced and particularly elegant. In February the shoots and leaves are a bright lime green and look wonderful against the dark earth. Great for insects and the flowers look like expensive rockets fizzing off.
One of a new series of Acanthuses which are soooo much better than their ancestors. It is a very good strong glowing purple colour which again had many admirers & hence always sells very strongly. A real find last year, a new & still rare the most beautiful soft pink (old rose) flws for months on end in summer thru to autumn, especially if dead headed. Dark green, narrow foliage good for sun in a not too wet soil. The name is taken from the colour of the sandstone cliffs of the German river Weser and is a warm pinky salmon red, (redder than Salmon Beauty and they go well together. Incredibly popular here last year-sold out early due to its small size and softest lemon yellow plates of flowers. It bears huge heads of pale creamy white flowers for many weeks during mid to late summer. Hardy For semi to full shade a great autumn colour of steely blue on tall stems. Put it with Aconitum Royal Flush for different blues and Tricyrtis for purples and pinks. Easily the best of the white Aconitums with long spires of bright white flowers in mid to late summer. Good for semi-shade on a reasonable soil that doesn’t get too dry.
Growing away quickly in semi-shade on a moisture retentive goodish soil it started to flower in May and the photo of the back of the flower on the right here was taken late October!
From the famous Anemone Wild Swan is this new and still very rare variety with the same well held white flowers but with pink backs not purply blue and dark stems.
Flowers for a long time in late summer thru autumn. This is a very rare and incredibly beautiful plant. sylvestris it is unusual in that the flowers are tinged with pink. Steadily clumping it forms dense mounds of almost ferny foliage especially in a good soil which doesn't dry out too much.
Perennial and robust, a real change for continuing colour in autumn.
Sun not wet.(Alcea x Althaea Hybrid) An excellent new Hollyhock-like plant which doesn't get rust! Easy, disease free and reliable for sun or part shade. New and rare, one of the freshly bred Achilleas to have strong, compact stems that bear really bright, rich red flowers with a developing white eye through the summer. Wondrous dark black foliage develops after the first season, spikes of white scented flowers Jul-Sept.