Aspidistra elatior 2lt
Cast-iron Plant. Glossy dark green foliage, bell-shaped flowers at the base of the plant used as a houseplant but also useful in the garden in a shady spot. Tolerant of dry shade.
Eomecon chionantha 3lt
Snow Poppy. A spreading perennial with pretty heart-shaped grey-green leaves. Loose panicles of poppy-like white flowers. Max Height 40cm. Flowers April to July. Partial shade. Hardy.
Helwingia narrow leaf form
Unusual evergreen plant from himalayas differing from normal chinensis by having narrow matt leaves but still having the unusual habit of having flowers followed by berries in the middle of the leaf.
Hosta minor BSWJ1209 9cm
Small creeping perennial with mid to dark green veined leaves. Mauve flowers in summer. Max Height 10cm. Max Spread 1m. Flowers June to July. Partial shade. Slow growing and avoid being over wet in Winter
Hydrangea arborescens 'Ryan Gainey' 3lt
Superior form to Annabelle. White snowball shaped flowers which cover the entire plant. Flowers from late May and continues for many months. Blooms on current year's growth allowing it to bloom year after year (even after severe pruning or
Maianthemum bifolium 2lt
A favourite member of the Solomon's seal family with us. Small heart shaped glossy foliage emerging Early Spring with spikes of slightly fragrant cream flowers emerging later from the base of the leaves.
Rodgersia Cally Hybrids 3lt
A clump-forming perennial with bold, dark green leaves. A hydrid produced at Cally Gardens. Flower colour unknown but could be a mixture of white, pink or red starry flowers on upright stems.
Rodgersia podophylla BSWJ10818 3lt
Forms a huge clump with potential to reach a meter across especially if grown in a nice moist area. Will do Sun, shade or partial shade. Leaves are red on emergence turning green and finally yellow in Autumn. Panicles of cream flower in summer.
Roscoea cangshanensis BWJ7848 1lt
A tuberous perennial collected from Yunnan by Crug Farm. Dark green leaves and violet-pink, white striped orchid-like flowers in late summer or autumn. Max Height 30cm. Max Spread 15cm. Flowers August to September. Partial shade. Hardy.
Roscoea purpurea f. rubra Gurkha redstem 2lt
A tuberous perennial with deep green leaves and red orchid-like flowers in early and mid-sunmer. Max Height 40cm. Max Spread 15cm. Flowers June to July. Partial shade. Hardy. This form from division to keep the red/brown stem, Our plant from Crug.
Ruscus aculeatus 2lt
Butchers Broom. A native subshrub with upright stems of spiny tipped dark green leaves. Small greenish white flowers formed on the leaves which are followed by showy red berries from late summer to winter.
Sarcococca ruscifolia var. chinensis 'Dragon Gate’ 3lt
Evergreen, dense shrub that grows to 1.5m in time. Dark green narrow leaves and has small white and pink flowers in the leaf axils. Borne in midwinter the flowers emit a beautiful rich fragrance. They are followed by red berries.
found by Roy Lancaster. Will grow in moderate soil, best in semi-shade. Also good in containers. Hardy.
Sarcococca taiwaniana RWJ9999 2lt
A compact suckering shrub with narrow, glossy dark green leaves on purple stems collected by Crug farm in Taiwan. Clusters of fragrant white flowers in winter followed by blue-black fruit.
Strobilanthes attenuata white and blue 3lt
A branching semi-shrub with hairy leaves. Semi shaded site and humusy soil that retains moisture in Summer. Late Summer tubular trumpet shaped flowers of white with blue/purple ends emerge and continue until first frosts.
Strobilanthes walichii 2lt
A sub shrub which even if not knocked back by Winter we tend to hard cut in Spring to get fresh bushy growth. Clusters of purple/blue trumpet flowers in late Summer which are very attractive to nectar insects.
A perennial with dainty, bright green, maidenhair-like foliage from which tall flowers stalks arise and branch outwards. The flowers are pale lilac. Best planted away from strong winds. Fully hardy. Any moist soil Sun or dappled shade.
Zingiber mioga 'Crüg's Zing' BSWJ4379 3lt
A collection made by Crug Farm of this ginger which is traditionally grown for its edible flower buds and flavoursome shoots. Green/yellowish stems to 1m tall, bearing slender dark green leaves 40cm long. Lilac-pink flowers form at the base of the leaf stems in late summer.