Common Name: bugle
Description: A slightly less vigorous, more compact form of the common bugle with small bronze coloured leaves & bright blue flowers in spring.
Position: Most soils in partial to full shade.
Use: Good groundcover for a shady spot, under trees or hedges
Common Name: rock cress
Description: A low spreading variety with flat variegated rosettes of green and gold, white flowers in spring to early summer raised up on stems
Position: Sun or semi-shady spot, tolerant of most soils.
Use: Rock garden, trailing over walls, ground cover
Common Name: thrift, sea thrift, sea pink
Description: Evergreen clumps or large cushions of finely narrow variegated leaves, predominately cream with green bearing stems of pink drumstick-like flowers throughout summer.
Position: Light, well-drained soil in full sun.
Use: Rock garden, containers, scree beds, raised beds & borders
Potsize: 9cm and 1litre
Common Name: false goats beard
Description: A lovely dwarf form of this herbaceous perennial with attractive dissected reddish leaves and cream-white flowers that fade to pink mid to late summer.
Position: Cool, moist, semi-shady spot.
Use: Alpine troughs, rock garden.
Common Name: Snow in Summer
Description: Often known as ‘Snow in Summer’. Vigorous spreading habit with silver-grey leaves and white flowers throughout summer. Trim back after flowering to keep it tidy.
Flowers: May- September
Position: Happy in poor, well-drained or dry soil in full sun.
Use: Groundcover, trailing over walls or raised borders.
Description: Unusual plant forming low cushion of soft, silver-grey feathery leaves. bright yellow pom-pom flowers on wiry stems appear in summer
Position: Sunny, well drained site.
Use: Rock garden, edges of borders & paths.
Description: A vigorous spreading succulent with bright yellow flowers opening up with the sun all summer.
Position: Full sun, gritty, well drained soil. Drought tolerant.
Use: Rock garden, stone walls, trailing over raised walls.
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