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Primula sieboldii

Nankin-kozakura

£7.00

Small white-edged bright pink ume blooming thrum.  Name translates as “Small Nanking Cherry”

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£6.50

New evergreen hybrid with unusual deep red-purple flowers in spring.  Humous rich soil with some shade

Epimediums

Night Mistress

£6.50

Epimedium acuminatum “Night Mistress” – Introduced by Darrell Probst in 2004.  Originating from wild collecting in 2000 near Nanchuan in China’s Chongqing municipality. Long arching flower spikes in early spring with large dark purple flowers and white backing sepals.  H&S to 50cm.

Epimediums

Niveum

£6.50

E. x youngianum cultivar.  Large white flowers

Primula sieboldii

Noboruko

£7.00

Flat blooming, slender petalled pin.  White centred flowers with deep pink flush spreading to the petal edges.  Prominent lobes on narrow petals.

Primula sieboldii

Nuretubame

£7.50

Pale pink centred, pale pink washed thrum.  Slender petals.

Primula sieboldii

Ochiba Goromo

£7.00

Cultivar sourced from Japan.  Large pink snowflake, with sporting flowers of white with pink dashes.

Primula sieboldii

Onigokko

£10.00

Deep pink semi-double snowflake with small pom-pom flowers.  New to our collection in 2015 and quite slow to bulk up. This form is reliably double petalled, unlike many of our semi-double cultivars, which exhibit a variable trait on the extent of the double-petalling.

£5.00

Sensitive Fern

Primula sieboldii

Oshibori

£7.00

Flat blooming, cherry blossom petalled pin.  White flowers with the palest pink tinge, which is more prominent on the underside.

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£5.00

Interrupted Fern So named because the fertile segments of the fruiting fronds are carried in between lengths of barren frond rib.  Deciduous fern with fronds growing to 150cm in mature plants.  Neutral to acid rich soil in sheltered shade or semi-shade.

£5.00

Cinnamon Fern – Large deciduous edible fern with a thick rhizome that occasionally can form a small trunk.  Tall arching graceful fronds appear in spring.  The emerging croziers are collected for food.  Later in the season the spore bearing fronds appear, covered in cinnamon coloured spores.  Fronds can reach 100cm.