|Anemone Blue Eyes|
Lovely double wood anemone developing a blue centre after a few days.
Very unusual nearly black velvet flowers with the unpleasant side effect of wafting out pulses of the stench of rotten meat. Will survive in a dry sunny spot in warmer gardens or a place in a cold greenhouse.
This is an autumn flowering colchicum with slightly smaller flowers than Colchicum autumnale. Attractive checkered flowers. QUANTITY DISCOUNT
|Colchicum speciosum Album|
Large autumn flowering colchicum. Flowers in September without leaves. The leaves appear in the spring.
|Corydalis Beth Evans|
A lovely early flowering selection of Corydalis solida with pale pink flowers. All supplied from divided bulbs. QUANTITY DISCOUNT
This Corydalis form mats of lime green leaves with delicate pink flowers appearing in May.
Various shades of purple flowers with brown bracts. Easily grown in most garden positions.
A very early flowereing Corydalis which will seed about. Lovely creamy white flowers. QUANTITY DISCOUNT
|Corydalis Ruksans Red|
An early selection of Janis Ruksan's that is a good red colour and has a short squat sature.
|Corydalis solida mix|
Lovely early flowering bulbs that do well in the open garden. Take pot luck from a variety of colour ranging from blue to deep red. QUANTITY DISCOUNT
|Corydalis solida Red Shades|
These are selected seedlings of the best red forms of C. solida. Early spring flowering these do well in the open garden adding colour early on in the year. QUANTITY DISCOUNT
Having bright blue flowers makes this Corydalis stand out amongst other spring flowering Corydalis. Flowering here in the beginning of May this bulbous Corydalis does well in the open garden
|Corydalis turtschaninovii 'Eric The Red'|
A lovely selection of Corydalis with bright blue flowers and bronze foliage. Selected by Ruksans this Corydalis does well in the open border gradually bulking up.
|Corydalis X allenii|
A strong growing corydalis flowering slightly later than the solida types. Unusual peachy/ lilac coloured flowers
|Crocus 'Shock Wave'|
A self sown seedling amongst a collection of Crocus heuffelianus with pale outer petals topped by a darker lilac wave.