This is the updated plant list 25 January 2013 ..
I regret that I cannot ship live plants to America at the moment .If you wish to purchase a plant please contact me and I will let you know if it is in stock and give you a price for postage .
Later in the seasons some of the plants die back and I will sell them as bare roots
Alkanet (A. officinalis £2.50 x4 9cm
Our British species, the Common Alkanet (A. officinalis), is a soft, hairy plant with an angular stem, narrow, lanceolate leaves; and forked, one-sided cymes of violet flowers; calyx longer than the funnel-shaped corolla. It is an occasional escape from gardens. It is a biennial, and flowers from June to July.
Angelica (A. archangelica), £2.50 x1 large x8 9cm
(A. archangelica), which is commonly known simply as angelica. Natives of Lapland use the fleshy roots as food and the stalks as medicine. Crystallized strips of young angelica stems and midribs are green in colour and are sold as decorative and flavoursome cake decoration material, but may also be enjoyed on their own. The roots and seeds are sometimes used to flavor gin Its presence accounts for the distinct flavor of many liqueurs.
Arrons ,Rod Great or Common Mullein £1.50 x4 9cm
It is a hairy biennial plant that can grow to 2 m or more tall. Its small yellow flowers are densely grouped on a tall stem, which bolts from a large rosette of leaves. It grows in a wide variety of habitats, but prefers well-lit disturbed soils, where it can appear soon after the ground receives light, from long-lived seeds that persist in the soil seed bank.
Butterfly Weed (Asclepias Tuberosa) £3.50 x5 9cm
Asclepias tuberosa is a species of milkweed native to eastern North America. It is a perennial plant growing to 0.3-1 m (1 -3 feet) tall, with clustered orange or yellow flowers from early summer to early fall. This plant favors dry, sand or gravel soil, but has also been reported on stream margins. It requires full sun.It is commonly known as Butterfly Weed because of the butterflies that are attracted to the plant by its color and its copious production of nectar.
Babys Breath Gypsophila elegans £1.50 x3 9cm
Gypsophilas are often grown as ornamental plants in gardens; they are grown both as garden plants and also valuable as a cut flower in floristry to add as a filler to flower bouquets. They are easily propagated from seed, by cuttings, or by root division
Begonia mixed £3.50 x5 9cm
Begonia tubers provide an absolutely breathtaking display of flower power and a mass of vibrant colours to brighten up any patio or garden environment. Very easy to grow and look after - all you have to do is plant them and sit back and enjoy the riot of colours!
Wild bergamot (Monarda fistulosa) £2.50 x5 9cm
Wild bergamot (Monarda fistulosa) is a native perennial from slender creeping rhizomes and thus commonly occurs in large clumps. Plants are up to 3 ft (0.9 m) tall with a few erect branches. Leaves are 2–3 in (5.1–7.6 cm) long, lance-shaped, and toothed
Betony £1.50 x1 9cm
Stachys officinalis, is commonly known as Purple Betony, Betaine (fr), Betonie (ger), Bishopwort, Lousewort, Wild hop, Wood betony (Do not confuse with true Wood Betony (Pedicularis canadensis)), or Bishop's wort.
The name betony is alleged to derive from the ancient Celtic words bew (head) and ton (good), an indication of its use for headaches.
Black Cohosh x3 root
Lamprocapnos spectabilis (formerly Dicentra spectabilis; old-fashioned bleeding-heart, Venus's car, Lady in a bath, Dutchman's trousers, or Lyre-flower x1 9cm
It is a popular ornamental plant for flower gardens in temperate climates, and is also used in floristry as a cut flower. In a moist and cool climate, it will grow in full sun, but in warmer and drier climates it requires some shade.
Bleeding Heart x2 large
Blue Iris £3.50 x6 large
Irises are perennial herbs, growing from creeping rhizomes (rhizomatous irises), or, in drier climates, from bulbs (bulbous irises). They have long, erect flowering stems, which may be simple or branched, solid or hollow, and flattened or have a circular cross-section. The rhizomatous species usually have 3–10 basal, sword-shaped leaves growing in dense clumps
Blueberry £3.50 x4 9cm
Blueberries, Vaccinium corybosum, taste delicious whether eaten fresh or cooked. The bushes can be evergreen or deciduous and usually grow to about 1.5m high. They do well in pots and you can get a reasonable crop whatever the size of your garden
Roman Camomile Anthemis nobilis £2.50 x4 9cm
It has daisy-like white flowers that are found in Europe, North America, and Argentina. The stem is procumbent, the leaves alternate, bipinnate, finely dissected, and downy to glabrous. The solitary, terminal flowerheads, rising 8 to twelve inches above the ground, consist of prominent yellow disk flowers and silver-white ray flowers. The flowering time is June and July
Salvia sclarea, clary, or clary sage £1.50 x6 9cm
S. sclarea reaches 1 to 1.3 ft (0.30 to 0.40 m) in height, with square stems that are covered in hairs. The leaves are approximately 1 ft (0.30 m) long at the base, .5 ft (0.15 m) long higher on the plant. The upper leaf surface is rugose, and covered with glandular hairs. The flowers are in verticils, with 2-6 flowers in each verticil, and are held in large colorful bracts that range in color from pale mauve to lilac or white to pink with a pink mark on the edge
Coltsfoot Tussilago farfara, £2.50 x6 9cm
Coltsfoot is a perennial herbaceous plant that spreads by seeds and rhizomes. Tussilago is often found in colonies of dozens of plants. The flowers, which superficially resemble dandelions, appear in early spring before dandelions appear. The leaves, which resemble a colt's foot in cross section
Coneflower Purple £3.50 x2 large
Echinacea species are herbaceous, drought-tolerant perennial plants growing up to 140 cm in height. They grow from taproots, except E. purpurea, which grows from a short caudice with fibrous roots. They have erect stems that in most species are unbranched. Both the basal and cauline leaves are arranged alternately
Coneflower Purple x2 very small
cyclamen 5 bulbs £3.00 x20 Bulbs
In many areas within the native range, cyclamen populations have been severely depleted by collection from the wild, often illegally, for the horticultural trade; some species are now endangered as a result. However, in a few areas, plant conservation charities have educated local people to control the harvest carefully at a sustainable level
Damiana Turnera diffusa, £10.00 x1 large
Damiana is a relatively small shrub that produces small, aromatic flowers. It blossoms in early to late summer and is followed by fruits that taste similar to figs. The shrub is said to have a strong spice-like odor somewhat like chamomile, due to an oil present in the plant. The leaves have traditionally been made into a tea and an incense which was used by native people
Daturia Stramonium £3.50 x4 9cm
It is an erect annual herb forming a bush up to 3–5 ft (1–1.5 m) tall. The leaves are soft, irregularly undulate, and toothed. The fragrant flowers are trumpet-shaped, white to creamy or violet, and 2.5 to 3.5 in. long. They rarely open completely. The egg-shaped seed capsule is walnut-sized and either covered with spines or bald. At maturity it splits into four chambers, each with dozens of small black seeds
Edelweiss Leontopodium alpinum £2.50 x4 9cm
Leaves and flowers are covered with white hairs and appear woolly (tomentose). Flowering stalks of Edelweiss can grow to a size of 3–20 cm (in cultivation, up to 40 cm). Each bloom consisting of five to six small yellow flower heads (5 mm) surrounded by bracts in star formation. The flowers are in bloom between July and September
Elder Sambucus £1.50 x3 9cm
The leaves are pinnate with 5–9 leaflets (rarely 3 or 11). Each leaf is 5–30 cm (2.0–12 in) long, and the leaflets have serrated margins. They bear large clusters of small white or cream-colored flowers in late spring; these are followed by clusters of small black, blue-black, or red berries (rarely yellow or white).
Eleclampane Inula helenium £2.50 x10 9cm
It is a rather rigid herb, the stem of which attains a height of from 3 to 5 feet; the leaves are large and toothed, the lower ones stalked, the rest embracing the stem; the flowers are yellow, 2 inches broad, and have many rays, each three-notched at the extremity. The root is thick, branching and mucilaginous,
Evening Primrose Oenothera £2.50 x6 9cm
In the wild, evening-primrose acts as a primary colonizer, quickly appearing wherever a patch of bare, undisturbed ground may be found. This means that it tends to be found in poorer environments such as dunes, roadsides, railway embankments and wasteland.
Fennel Foeniculum vulgare £1.50 x8 9cm
It is a highly aromatic and flavorful herb with culinary and medicinal uses, and is one of the primary ingredients of absinthe. Florence fennel or finocchio is a selection with a swollen, bulb-like stem base that is used as a vegetable
French Tarragon Artemisia dracunculus £2.50 x1 9cm
Gingko £2.50 x4 9cm
grows best in environments that are well-watered and drained, and the extremely similar fossil Ginkgo favored similar environments
Gingko x4 large
Hemp Agrimony Eupatorium cannabinum £10.00 x1 large
Hibiscus £2.00 x1 9cm
is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae. It is quite large, containing several hundred species that are native to warm-temperate, subtropical and tropical regions throughout the world. Member species are often noted for their showy flowers and are commonly known as hibiscus, sorrel, and flor de Jamaica, or less widely known as rosemallow.
Heliopsis £2.00 x3 9cm
Hops x4 large
The hop plant is a vigorous climbing herbaceous perennial, usually trained to grow up strings in a field called a hopfield, hop garden. Hops are also used in herbal medicine in a way similar to valerian, as a treatment for anxiety, restlessness, and insomnia. A pillow filled with hops is a popular folk remedy for sleeplessness
Horehound White Marrubium vulgare £2.50 x6 9cm
It is a gray-leaved herbaceous perennial plant, somewhat resembling mint in appearance, which grows to 25–45 cm tall. The leaves are 2–5 cm long with a densely crinkled surface, and are covered in downy hairs. The flowers are white, borne in clusters on the upper part of the main stem.
Hosta £2.50 x3 large
is a genus of about 23–45 species of lily-like plants in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Agavoideae. They have been placed in their own family, Hostaceae (or Funkiaceae); like many 'lilioid monocots', they were once classified in the Liliaceae.
Hosta x4 9cm
Hyssop £2.50 x8 9cm
is a genus of about 10-12 species of herbaceous or semi-woody plants in the family Lamiaceae, They are aromatic, with erect branched stems up to 60 cm long covered with fine hairs at the tips. The leaves are narrow oblong, 2–5 cm long. The small blue flowers are borne on the upper part of the branches during summer.
Incarvillea Pink £3.00 x4 9cm
Incarvillea is a beautiful plant with low growing clumps of glossy, deeply divided leaves from which arise 12 - 24 inch leafless stems topped by clusters of flowers, each of which may be as much as 3 inches across. The first few blooms on each plant often appear before the rosettes of mid-green leaflets have fully developed
Jack in Pulpit Arum maculatum £3.00 x3 9cm
is a common woodland plant species of the Araceae family The purple spotted leaves appear in the spring (April-May) followed by the flowers borne on a poker shaped inflorescence called a spadix. The purple spadix is partially enclosed in a pale green spathe or leaf-like hood. The flowers are hidden from sight, clustered at the base of the spadix with a ring of female flowers at the bottom and a ring of male flowers above them