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Narcissus broussonetii MSF 652

An autumn flowering species from W. Morocco, producing multiple, distinctly long tubed, smallish, clove scented white flowers, usually up to five per 40cm stalk. One of the earliest of all the Narcissi and rarely seen in cultivation. This needs a mild climate to grow outside, but is very easy in a pot, given the shelter of a cold glasshouse. Available as dormant bubs in summer.

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Nepeta govaniana

An unusual catmint from the Western Himalaya with graceful, fairly large, soft-yellow flowers produced over a long period in summer. Height 90cm. Part shade or sun, not too dry.

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Nepeta nuda 'Lake Sevan' (new)

A non-flopping tall species from Southern and Central Europe sending vertical stems skyward, topped by candelabras of slim inflorescences to 1.2m high. Masses of small mid-blue flowers in late summer in this form from Armenia. Grey green foliage clothes the lower half of the stems. For sun and well drained soil.

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Nepeta nuda 'Romany Dusk' (new)

A non-flopping tall species from Southern and Central Europe sending vertical stems skyward, topped by candelabras of slim inflorescences to 1.2m high. Masses of small pale pinky-blue flowers in late summer, set off against splendid dark stems in this form. Grey green foliage clothes the lower half of the stems. From the Apuseni Mountains, Romania. For sun and well drained soil.

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