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BAY (Laurus nobilis)

Herb Tree. Slow growing evergreen shrub to small tree. Height upto 4 meter. Leaves are used for flavouring.

Bronze Fennel

Herbaceous perennial that grows upto 180 cm. Plant in herb garden or in border in fertile, moist but well drained soil in full sun. Fresh aniseed-flavoured seeds and leaves. Leaves are used with oily fish, seafood, and salad dressing. Seeds flavour breads, curries, apple pie and fish sauce. Sprouted seed are used as a salad herb. Purple foliage.  A tonic for the nervous system. Height 180 cm.

Calamagrostis Karl Foerster

Feather Reed Grass. Garden plant for the flowerbed in moist to wet fertile soil in full sun. A grass that accompanies low growing perennials very well. An attractive upright grass with dark green leaves. Soft feathery green plumes in Summer mature to stiff pale brown spikes lasting to late Autumn. Height 150 cm, spread 70 cm. 

Cimicifuga Chocaholic

Light pink flowers which fade to white in late Summer. Purple/black foliage. Height 150 cm.

Cordyline Pacific Sunrise

A very distinctive, eye-catching Cordyline. Long, arching sword like leaves have a striking deep red/pink central stripe with bright pink margins. Plant in well drained soil in a sheltered position in full sun or part shade.  Great in containers. Height 180cm. Spread 100cm.

Cordyline Red Star

Small evergreen tree. Used as an architectural plant. Tropical and exotic looking red-purple leaves. Outstanding performer in seaside gardens and great in pots and containers. Plant in moist free draining soil in a sunny or partial shade position. Height to 200 cm. 

Cortaderia sell. Pumila

Robust, evergreen grass with mid-green leaves with erect silvery-yellow plumes to 150 cm in Autumn. Grow in fertile well-drained soil in full sun.

Crambe cordifolia

A real back of the border plant. Suitable for poor and dry soil and completely hardy.They will display a gently perfumed frothy mass of tiny white flowers in summer. Height 200 cm. Spread 60 cm.

Cynara scolymus

Literally an edible addition to the plant border. The flower buds are edible and aid digestion, if left they will produce showy purple flowers, which attract butterflies and bees. Height 200 cm. spread 100 cm.

Delphinium Astolat

The rich spikes of deep pink flowers are unusual for delphinium. A well known and proven cottage style garden plant. It will need some support for its heavy flowers in summer. Height up to 150 cm. Spread 45 cm.

Delphinium Black Knight

The midnight violet flower spikes appear from early Summer. The plant is best located at the back of a sunny border. The tall spikes will need a bit of support. Height 150 cm. Spread 45 cm.

Delphinium Blue Bird p.h.

A well known plant from olden days. Ideally put at the back of a border, where its dark blue flower spikes with their white centres will be spectacular. Needs some support. Height 150 cm. Spread 60 cm.