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Ferula communis 'Cretan Giant' (new)

A huge form from Crete to 3m tall with particularly well branched flowering stems and huge mounds of very finely divided, feathery green foliage. Fat rounded umbels of yellow flowers on those great tall stems in summer. Full sun. Summer dormant.

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Ferula communis subsp. glauca NJM 13.001

Ferula communis subsp. glauca NJM 13.001 (new)

A greyer-green variant of this truly impressive giant perennial umbel from the Mediterranean with violet bloomed flower stems, forming big mounds of fine feathery grey-green foliage, and after a few years sending up a 3m stem topped with fat balls of yellow flowers. Full sun to slight shade. Summer dormant and fully hardy.

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Ferulago sylvatica PAB 2875

An unusual member of the Apiaceae collected from woodland in Bulgaria by Paul Barney. Makes a small perennial with a basal rosette of particularly divided, very ferny foliage, giving rise in late spring to airy umbels of bright lemon-yellow flowers on slim stems to 50cm. Sun or semi-shade. Hardy.

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Filipendula rubra 'Venusta'

'Queen of the Prairie' is essentially a taller pink American alternative for our native meadowsweet with, under suitably moist conditions, erect stems up to 2.5m topped by fluffy heads of deep-pink flowers ageing paler from mid to late summer. The foliage is pinnate but with the terminal leaflet palmately lobed - quite handsome! Tolerant of most decent soils if never too dry and very happy in a bog.

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Foeniculum vulgare 'Giant Bronze'

A selected form from Piet Oudolf. This comes true from seed and produces plants of a very dark and dusky charcoal bronze. Typical yellow, flat umbels of flower on 1.8m stems. Easy and very hardy in most soils in sun. Very drought tolerant and edible.

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