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Thalictrum 'Black Stockings' (new)

A tall and rather splendid recent introduction with exceptional stem colour. Fluffy heads of lavender-purple flowers contrast with the jet-black slim stems that rise through a sea of Aquilegia-like green leaves in mid-summer. Sun or semi-shade in any reasonable soil.

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Thalictrum 'Splendide' (new)

One of the finest in the genus for sheer flower-power, yet still retains the grace of most Thalictrum. Billowing masses of comparatively large cupped pinkish-lilac flowers with cream stamen over a very long period in summer, from June to Sept. Up to 1.3m tall with attractive foliage to 50cm. T. delavayi x T. elegans. Sun or semi-shade, not overly dry.

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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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Trachystemon orientalis (new)

A tough dependable member of the Borage family from Eastern Europe to the Caucasus, forming great mounds of large, hairy to the touch, green foliage. Performs the same duty as a Hosta in giving very bold foliage effect in shady places, yet not bothered by slugs. Blue borage flowers in early spring. Height 60cm.

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Tradescantia crassifolia F&M 258

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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Trautvetteria carolinensis var. occidentalis (new)

A Western North American Ranunculaceous woodlander, with handsome large Aconite-like, deeply lobed foliage up to 20cm across, topped by fluffy heads of pure white flowers over a long period from mid to late summer. For shade/semi-shade in woodsy not too dry conditions. Height approx 60cm.

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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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Trillium cuneatum (new)

Dark brownish-red flowers with erect petals stand at the centre of excellent horizontal marbled foliage. This hardy N. American ephemeral woodlander starts to rise in early spring and dies down for summer. It enjoys humus rich soil in shade/semi-shade under deciduous trees or shrubs. A good robust species, though watch out for slugs as they emerge.

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Trillium grandiflorum (new)

A classic Eastern North American spring woodland perennial, often occurring in huge numbers in nature. Pure white flowers, the three petals opening outward over the tri-foliate leaf arrangement. This hardy N. American ephemeral woodlander starts to rise in early spring and dies down for summer. It enjoys humus rich soil in shade/semi-shade under deciduous trees or shrubs.

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Trillium kurabayashii

Trillium kurabayashii

A highly prized plant, very slow to flower from seed, these are at or near flowering size. Wonderful red and green marbled foliage in spring followed by a striking, stiffly erect, deep red-purple (careful) flower in the centre of each trio of leaves. Shade and rich leafy soil.

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Tritonia disticha subsp. rubrolucens

Tritonia disticha subsp. rubrolucens

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

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Tulbaghia 'Moshoeshoe'

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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