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Anemone Blanda Blue Shades. Hardy.  Perennial.   Thrives in sun or light shade.   These Anemones are the first to flower, flowering time March through to April.   Produces beautiful bright blue flowers which can be grown in front borders, containers, grassland or woodland.   The nice thing about anemones is that they are perfect for cut flowers and are often used in florist for flower arranging.

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Anemone Blanda, mixed colours. Hardy.  Perennial.   Thrives in sun or light shade.   These Anemones are the first to flower, flowering time February through to April.   Produces beautiful shades of  blue and white flowers that can be grown in front borders, containers, grassland or woodland.   The nice thing about anemones is that they are perfect for cut flowers and are often used in florist for flower arranging.

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Anemone Blanda White Splendour. Hardy.  Perennial.   Thrives in sun or light shade.   These Anemones are the first to flower, flowering time March through to April.   Produces beautiful dainty white flowers that can be grown in front borders, containers, grassland or woodland.   The nice thing about anemones is that they are perfect for cut flowers and are often used in florist for flower arranging.

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Anemone Nemorosa. Hardy perennial. Being a natural woodland plant the anemone Nemorosa are perfect for the shady areas in your garden. Beautiful low growing white starry shaped flowers will appear in April.
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Anemone ‘Ranunculoides’ Hardy perennial. Being a natural woodland plant anemone Ranunculoides are perfect for the shady areas in your garden. Beautiful low growing yellow starry shaped flowers will appear in April, can also be grown with Anemone Vestal and the Nemorosa. Snowdrops and bluebells are also good for the shady part of the garden.
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Anemone Robinsoniana, Hardy perennial. Being a natural woodland plant these anemones are perfect for the shady areas in your garden. Beautiful low growing pale blue starry shaped flowers will appear in April.
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Anemone Vestal. Hardy perennial. Being a natural woodland plant anemone Vestal is Ideal for the shady areas in your garden. Beautiful low growing white starry shaped flowers will appear in April.
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Daffodil Dutch Master. Single Flowering, Trumpet. Fully hardy.  Perennial.  Thrives in sun or light shade. Perfect for naturalising under trees, in the grassland, front borders, large pots and containers. We all like to see narcissus poking their heads through after a cold winter, and they are probably the most popular out of all Spring flowers.

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Daffodil Golden Harvest. Single Flowering, Trumpet. Fully hardy.  Perennial.  Thrives in sun or light shade. Perfect for naturalising under trees, in the grassland, front borders, large pots and containers. We all like to see narcissus poking their heads through after a cold winter, and they are probably the most popular out of all Spring flowers.

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Daffodil King Alfred. Single Flowering, Trumpet. Fully hardy.  Perennial.  Thrives in sun or light shade. Perfect for naturalising under trees, in the grassland, front borders, large pots and containers. We all like to see narcissus poking their heads through after a cold winter, and they are probably the most popular out of all Spring flowers.

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Daffodil Mount Hood. Single Flowering, Trumpet. Fully hardy.  Perennial.  Thrives in sun or light shade. Perfect for naturalising under trees, in the grassland, front borders, large pots and containers. We all like to see narcissus poking their heads through after a cold winter, and they are probably the most popular out of all Spring flowers.

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Erythronium Pagoda (dogtooth-violet). Fully to frost-hardy.  Clump forming.  Perennial.  These plants need partial shade, where the soil is free draining.  The flowers are rather striking with their reflexed petals sweeping back like puppy-dogs ears in the wind.  Commonly known as dog-tooth violets is due to the oblong shape of the bulb resembling that of a dog’s tooth.

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Erythronium Purple King (dogtooth-violet). Fully to frost-hardy.  Clump forming.  Perennial.  These plants need partial shade, where the soil is free draining.  The flowers are rather striking with their reflexed petals sweeping back like puppy-dogs ears in the wind.  Commonly known as dog-tooth violets is due to the oblong shape of the bulb resembling that of a dog’s tooth.

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Erythronium Rose Queen (dogtooth-violet). Fully to frost-hardy.  Clump forming.  Perennial.  These plants need partial shade, where the soil is free draining.  The flowers are rather striking with their reflexed petals sweeping back like puppy-dogs ears in the wind.  Commonly known as dog-tooth violets is due to the oblong shape of the bulb resembling that of a dog’s tooth.

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Erythronium Snowflake (dogtooth-violet). Fully to frost-hardy.  Clump forming.  Perennial.  These plants need partial shade, where the soil is free draining.  The flowers are rather striking with their reflexed petals sweeping back like puppy-dogs ears in the wind.  Commonly known as dog-tooth violets is due to the oblong shape of the bulb resembling that of a dog’s tooth.

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