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Thalictrum uchiyamai

Thalictrum uchiyamai

Splendid, relatively new, tall species. Soft violet flowers with yellow stamens in summer on upright stems to 2m over attractive divided foliage. Light shade or sun; not too dry.

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Tradescantia crassifolia F&M 258 (new)

Collected in the Sierra de Pachuca, Mexico, this is an exceptional species, for its foliage alone. Shining, succulent green leaves are translucent as far as the lower leaf surface, producing a hologram-like effect. Pink flowers are produced over a fairly long period in summer. A tuberous species with potential hardiness, dying back completely in winter, though easy in a pot overwintered under glass.

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Tricyrtis macrantha var. macranthopsis

A Japanese toad lily with arching, pendulous stems, clad in handsome deeply veined foliage. Rich yellow hood/bell-like flowers with heavy red spotting in their mouths appear at the junction of leaf and stem in late summer. Best where it can arch over and be appreciated. For humusy soil in shade, semi-shade, not too dry. Hardy. Height 45cm.

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Trifolium ochroleucon

A giant clover making bushy clumps of grey-green foliage, topped by very large heads of scented creamy-primrose-yellow flowers in summer. Height 60cm. For sun or semi-shade. Non-invasive and great for insects.

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Trifolium repens 'Isabella'

A new improvement on 'William' with glowing deep maroon-red foliage, each leaflet marked with green at the base, making vigorous spreading patches topped by light-pink flowers in June. Tough, tolerant and altogether easy ground cover for sun or part shade, looking great with blue-grey things etc.. Very easy to control.

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Tritonia disticha subsp. rubrolucens

Tritonia disticha subsp. rubrolucens

Branching spikes of montbretia-like flowers in a really very lovely soft, deep warm pink in late summer. Height 60cm. Sunny position, hardy.

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Tulbaghia 'Cariad' (new)

A relatively new hybrid of relatively short stature with sweetly scented flowers both day and night. The foliage is rather narrow and lies down fairly quickly, allowing the 20cm scapes to show of the flowers well, which are palest pink with a brownish-orange central corona. Deciduous and therefore probably quite hardy. For sun and well drained soil.

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Tulbaghia 'Cosmic'

An evergreen T. violacea hybrid with relatively tall flower stems and flowers in mottled shades of purplish-pink and white, each with a conspicuous yellow corona. For sun.

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Tulbaghia 'John May's Special'

A giant T. violacea, with larger mauve flowers on 80cm stems. As hardy as they get, given sun and drainage.

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Tulbaghia 'Moshoeshoe' (new)

Selected from seedlings in 2003, this evening scented hybrid flowers from May till October with sweetly scented lavender coloured flowers with muddy orange centres on stems to 30cm. For sun and well drained soil.

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Tulbaghia violacea 'Silver Lace'

Striking variegated foliage, purple flowers in summer. Sun and some protection in prolonged cold spells.

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Tulbaghia violacea pallida

Tulbaghia violacea pallida

White flowers to 50cm on a vigorous plant. A form of the hardiest species. Sunny, warm position.

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