Actaea yesoensis BSWJ10860 3lt
Imposing member of this family with textured leaves emerging from a shortly creeping rhizome. Tall flowering stem up to 1.2m with white bottle brush like flowers. Sun or shade in good humus soil.
Anemone rivularis Bwj7611 3lt
A collection by Crug Farm from Sichuan. A Spreading perennial with mid-green deeply cut leaves. Loose umbels of white flowers with blue/white centres often blue on the reverse. Full sun/partial shade.
Aralia cachemirica 5lt
Stout growing, clump-forming architectural perennial. With strong stems to 3m, bearing large alternate bipinnate leaves, topped in August by terminal racemes of white flowers soon followed by globose purple-black fruit.
Aralia californica 5lt
Large perennial with thick, branching, hairy stems stems with large green pinnate leaves. Late Summer typical araiiacea compound racemes of cream flower. These are followed by dark attractive globose berries.
Begonia grandis Bells and Whistles 9cm
A new member of this family of hardy Begonias of which we only have a few plants to offer this year. Red undersides as typical but with attractive spotting on the upper side of the leaves.
Crambe maritima 3lt
A large perennial with grey green curly edged foliage which is purple when firdt emerging in Spring. Tall branching flowering stems in Summer covered in a froth of tiny cream flowers.
Crambe orientalis 3lt
No one should be without one of the members of this amazing group of plants in the herbaceous border. Hairy long irregular shaped leaves on dark petioles. Multi heading flower spike (up to 2m) in Summers with tiny cream flowers giving a cloud like appearance from a distance and bringing in lots of nectar loving insects.
Darmera peltata 3lt
A plant that likes its feet damp and thrives in marginal conditions. Tall flowers pikes with domed heads of fragrant white to pink flowers in late Winter early Spring before the foliage emerges.
Disporum viridescens BSWJ 4598 2lt
Definitely a highly desirable plant with erect single stems with alternate leaves running the length of them. Lovely creamy green delicate clusters at the terminal ends which then form dark fruits.