Do you have or would you like to have a butterfly attracting garden? Are fresh cut flowers your thing? If you answered "yes" to either of these questions, you will want to add Butterfly™ 'Rainbow Marcella' Echinacea to your list of "must haves". Beautiful rainbows of pink, yellow and orange are painted on each petal of Butterfly™ 'Rainbow Marcella'. If you simply love to collect different varieties of Echinacea, this NEW for 2017 variety is for you!
Astrantia Superstar (syn 'White Giant') - The large, greenish-white flowerheads look like pincushions surrounded by a spidery ruff of green-tinted, white bracts. These are produced en masse above the lobed, dark green leaves from early summer to autumn adding bobbles of colour to the border. Astrantias have become the 'darlings of the designers' in recent years as they lend themselves to most styles of planting, and mix happily with most plants.
I loved the performance of Bright Lights™ Yellow Osteospermum in my garden this past summer. The blooms just kept on coming throughout the summer. A great addition to the garden or any container were you would like to add the brightness of yellow and a little bit of sunshine! Do not overwater this 8-12" tall and wide, full sun to partial shade annual. NEW for 2017!
Clematis cirrhosa 'Wisley Cream' is a large evergreen climber with divided, lobed and toothed glossy dark green leaves which are bronze in winter, and nodding pale cream flowers to 8cm across, in late autumn, winter or early spring. Good silky seedheads. This winter-flowering clematis is perfect for training over a pergola, doorway or arch, in a sunny, sheltered site. blooms from November to March, zone 7-9