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PriceNameDescriptonCategoryPot size
£3.50Achillea x ‘King Edward’First rate alpine, flowering for ages with soft primrose yellow blooms. Only 4” high.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Achillea ageratifoliaClose, silvery pad with 3” stems of large, white flowers. Trough or scree in full sun. Uncommon.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Acinos alpinusAlpine herb forming small mound. Lots of Amethyst flowers all summer. Dry scree/ sun.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Allium acuminatumNorth American species, approx. 7” high, with umbels of lrg. reddish-pink flowers. Full sun.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Allium beesianumThe true species, rarely seen. 10” stems, topped with nodding heads of large sky blue bells.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Allium cernuum

‘Dwarf White’
Wonderful, new introduction. Free flowering, at only 7” high. Looks good on rockery.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Allium cyaneumClose tuft of needle thin leaves, topped by many small Gentian blue heads in summer. Ht. 7”Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Allium kokanicumSlender arching stems to 8” high, support rounded nodding, dusky pink heads. Uncommon.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Allium pseudojaponicumA rare species from S. Korea and Japan. With white ball clusters, only 10” high, in autumn.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Allium sikkimensisNeat rockery species at only 7” with deep royal blue heads. One of very best for alpine gardens.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Allium thunbergiiLast alpine to flower on Nursery, at only 6”. Round, pink globes, Oct – November. Japan.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Anacyclus depressusSilvery filigree foliage, radiating red backed, white daisies all summer. Ideal in sunny crevice.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Androsace carnea

‘Brigantica’
Compact ‘Thrift like’ mound with short stems of white flowers in April. A classy, easy alpine.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Androsace carnea

var laggeri
A very tight cushion of needle thin leaves, free flowering, with rose pink heads. Ideal for crevice.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Androsace carnea

‘Rosea’
Forming neat cushion with masses of pale pink flrs. in march. Ideal trough plant for full sun.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Androsace studiosorumA good form, with large pink flowers in June.

Easy alpine for crevice gardens or troughs.
Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Anemone coronariaTurkish species, producing variety of colours from

white -red. Suits rear of rock garden. Approx. 10”
Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Anemone nemorosa

‘Blue Bonnet’
Deeper shade of lavender blue flowers than ‘Robinsoniana’. Slow growing special for shade.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Anemone nemerosa

‘Flore Pleno’
Finer leafed and slower growing than A. ‘Vestal’.

Flowers fully double, over long period.
Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Anemone nemorosa

‘Royal Blue’
Large flowers of a good strong blue. A dramatic addition for leafy shade. Slow spreader.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Anemone x lipsiensis

(syn seemannii)
Beautiful, pale yellow hybrid, between A. ranunculoides and native wood anemone.Alpines9-10 cm
£5.00Anemone nemorosa

‘Green Fingers’
An interesting curiosity for troughs. Small flowers with clusters of green leaflets in place of petals.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Anemone nemorosa

x ‘Vestal’
Double pom-pom centres on this classic w/land

Anemone. Mid-late spring, Free flwrg. G/cover.
Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Anemone nemorosa

x ‘Virescens’
Unusual sport. Ferny green bracts instead of flowers. Very decorative for shaded woodland.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Anemone palmata

lutea
One of many names for A. magellanica. Our form has strong vanilla yellow colour. 10” highAlpines9-10 cm
£4.00Anemone ranunculoides

‘Semi Plena’
Beautiful form of the well known, yellow spring Anemone.Good sized semi double blooms. EarlyAlpines9-10 cm
£4.00Anemone sylvestris

‘Flore Pleno’
Quite a rare item. Flowers so double, they form a cream pom-pom. Groundcover at only 4” ht.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Anemone trullifoliaGood sized flowers of rich blue, late spring through summer. 3” high. Himalayas. Moist shadeAlpines9-10 cm
£3.50Antennaria dioica

‘Rubra’
A superb combination. Red button flwrs. above silvery mat. Lovely over rocks and gravel paths.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Anthemus creticus

var leucanthemoides
Close, silvery mat radiating many white daisies at gravel level. Ideal crevice plant. Full sun.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Aquilegia bertoloniiThe tiniest Aquilegia of Italian Alps. 2” hair thin stems, with large, deep blue flowers. For scree.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Aquilegia buergeriana

‘Calimero’
Charming, dwarf species Aquilegia, with chocolate lanterns and cream cup inside. 5”Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Aquilegia chaplineiA rare species, with fine chocolate coloured, bronzy leaves & 9” stems with narrow lemon flwrs.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Aquilegia discolorSmall species, from European Alps. Mid blue flowers with white cup in June. Approx. 5” high.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Aquilegia flabellata

‘Alba’
Miniature Columbine, with pure white flowers, for rock garden. Flwrg. in late spring. Approx. 6” high.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Aquilegia ottonis

ssp amaliae
Dwarf, fragrant species from Greece, only 5” ht.

Flowers of soft, pale blue with white central cup.
Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Armeria juniperifolia

‘Alba’
One of the easiest and best trough plants. Tight mound, pure white Thrift flrs. in early spring.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Armeria juniperifolia

‘Bevan’s Form’
Tight dome radiating many deep pink ‘Thrift’ flrs. over fairly long period. Great trough plant.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Asperula nitidaThin, needle-like leaves, on this bluish tinged cushion, hidden below mass of pale pink flowersAlpines9-10 cm
£3.50Aster alpinus

‘Dark Beauty’
Large, deep violet blue daisies on 6” stems. Enjoys perfect drainage in full sun. Eur. Alps.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Astilbe chinensis pumila

‘Tiny Form’
Perfect 6” miniature of this species Astilbe, which we have long cultivated. V. uncommonAlpines9-10 cm
£4.00Astilbe simplicifolia

‘Inshriach Pink’
A Scottish hybrid of superior flowering habit. Many pink flowers above bronzy foliage. Ht. 12”Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Aubrieta

‘Bressingham Red’
The best red to date of this easy, yet valuable addition to rockery. Flowers in spring.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Aubrieta

‘Valerie’
Bright gold variegation to the compact rosettes. Light lavender blue flowers. Uncommon.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Aubrieta variegata

‘Nana’
A non-cascading cultivar, forming close cushion with long display of lavender flowers. Mar-Jun.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Azorella trifurcata

minima
Dense cushion plant. Easy to grow through gravel. Prickly foliage. Slow, 12” spread.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Brimeura amethystinaLilliputian hyacinth with elfin bells of blue, rarely white, on arching 6” stems. E.U. Alps.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Bulbinella hookeriBronzy strap-like foliage. 1’ high stems with ‘Pokers’ of old gold colour. Likes moisture.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Calceolaria falklandicaTough species from that windswept Island. Good size flowers for carpeting in damp shade.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Caltha palustris

ssp minor
Tiny Marsh Marigold growing as rarity in Scottish Mnts. only 2” high. Likes moisture!Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Caltha palustris

‘Alba’
Himalayan form of our ‘Marsh Marigold’. Large flrs, almost like xmas roses early as MarchAlpines9-10 cm
£3.50Campanula cochlearis

‘Alba’
The heavy flowering white form of the creeping alpine Bellflower. Spring to late summer. Full sun.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Campanula garganica ‘Dickson’s Gold’There couldn’t possibly be a better gold leafed alpine! Contrasts well with the sky blue flowersAlpines9-10 cm
£3.50Campanula nitida

‘Alba’
Attractive, glossy evergreen rosettes, on compact mound. Huge white, waxy saucers, in summer.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Campanula nitidaThe species type, seldom seen. Huge, blue open-faced flowers. 5” high. For scree.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Campanula pullaA lush green mound, producing short stems of large violet bells throughout summer.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Campanula poscharlayana

‘Lisduggan’s Variety’
The perfect wall Bellflower, cascading habit. A mass of pink-lilac flowers for ages.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Campanula wockei

‘Puck’
Masses of deep blue thimbles, gently spreading from small mat. Gritty scree or trough.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Carex petreiTidy and compact, bronze grass for rock garden, only 5” high. Non-invasive.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Cardamine kitaibellia

(syn enneaphylla)
Beautiful cream lockets hang above narrow fingered foliage, from March. Woodlander. 9-10”.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Cardamine pratensis

‘Flora Plena’
Showy, double pink sport of the native Cuckoo Flower, for moist soil. No bad vices.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Centaurea montana

‘Alba’
Pure white flowers on 18” stems, within silvery grey leaves. Suits mid-front border.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Chrysanthemum weyrichiiG’cover with 7” stems of large pink Chrysanths. Showy. Good, free flowering form. Hardy.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Chrysosplenium davidianumThe superior Chinese species, with large yellow flowers. Carpeter for woodland, over long periodAlpines9-10 cm
£4.00Clematis x petrei

‘Lunar Lass’
Gently cascading hybrid, with greenish-yellow small flowers along thin stems. Good pot var.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Clematis marmorariaForming an open cushion of parsley-like foliage.

Many creamy yellow blooms. Crevice or scree.
Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Clematis

(coll. Nanda Devi expd.2019)
Found scrambling over rocks, on the Milam glacier at 11,500’. Purple seed heads in Autumn.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Codonopsis ovataLow, arching species, with nodding, palest blue bells. Ideal for the rock garden in summer.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Colchicum agrippinumFine Turkish species, only 6”. Characteristic chequered goblets of rosy-lilac colour.Alpines9-10 cm
£5.50Colchicum speciosum

‘Album’
Stunning. Huge white goblets in early autumn. Our clone builds up reasonably quickly.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Commelina dianthifoliaHardy species from high alt. California. Small Tradescantia like flrs. of deepest royal blue. 9”Alpines9-10 cm
£5.00Convallaria majalis

‘Albostriata’
Very slow growing, with thin gold striations to

the leaf. A special and well behaved woodlander.
Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Convallaria majalis

‘Rosea’
The pink Lily of the Valley, slower growing than species type. Colour deepens as plant matures.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Corydalis cashmirianaThe best species for shady trough or raised bed. Short stems of intense blue flowers. Tiny mound.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Corydalis x

‘Craigton Blue’
A new introduction, with densely packed flower heads, Royal blue. Strong stems, to 16”.VigorousAlpines9-10 cm
£4.00Corydalis x

‘Craigton Purple’
Another unique cultivar from I.Young. The best true purple, with heavy flowering, stately habit.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Corydalis solida

‘George Baker’
Invaluable for its striking red flowers, when Snowdrops are the only early blooms in garden.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Corydalis x ‘Heavenly Blue’Special new hybrid, between C. Elata and C.

Flexuosa. Stronger and shorter stems, sky blue.
Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Corydalis x ‘Kingfisher’Very special hybrid between C. Cashmeriana x C. Elata. Compact, long flwrg.if grown in shadeAlpines9-10 cm
£4.00Corydalis malkensisSimilar to solida, but earlier, with cream flowers from early march. Rarely offered.Alpines9-10 cm
£5.00Corydalis mucronipetalaFairly recent introduction for scree garden. Small plant with intense electric blue flowers in June.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Crepis incanaThe pink Dandelion, flowering in abundance in late summer. Grows best in poor, stony soil.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Cyclamen ciliciumFlowering period follows C. hederifolium in autumn, also less robust. Shades of pink-white.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Cyclamen coum

£4.00 each
Stunning leaf forms on hardy pre-Spring Cyc. Add leaf mould to moist soil. Pink/ white/reds.

Three for £10
Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Cyclamen coum

BSBE 518 Form 2
Cyclamen Soc. field trip introduction. Silvered fol, narrow green central zone. Pink flrs.Feb/MayAlpines9-10 cm
£5.50Cyclamen coum

‘Meaden’s Crimson’
Highly selected, offering the finest deep red colour on this winter flowering hardy Cyclamen.Alpines9-10 cm
£5.00Cyclamen coum

‘Tile Barn Elizabeth’
Free-flowering, pure silver leafed hybrid. Flrs. are deep pink, wth paler picottee edge. Early.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Cyclamen hederifolium 11cm

(mixed colours) £4.00 each
Hardy Cyclamen for autumn colour in wide range of situations. White-pink, with superior leaf form.

Three for £10
Alpines11 cm
£5.00Cyclamen hederifolium 11cm

‘Long Leafed Form’
Specially selected leaf form, of almost aroid shape. Flowering in varying shades of pink.Alpines11 cm
£5.00Cyclamen hederifolium

‘Silver Cloud’
A special cultivar. Pure silver, unmarked leaves, pink flowers. Looks amazing in shade.Alpines9-10 cm
£5.00Cyclamen hederifolium

‘White Cloud’
Pure silver leaves, with white flowers in autumn. Dramatic combination for shade.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Cyclamen intaminatumTruly miniature, hardy species. Round glossy leaves and small white flrs. Ideal for troughs.Alpines9-10 cm
£5.00Cyclamen pseudibericumLarge magenta blooms in March. Lovely species for pot in cold glasshouse.Alpines9-10 cm
£5.00Cyclamen purpurascensTotally hardy, evergreen, summer flwrg. Very special species with scent of Lily of the Valley.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Delphinium brunonianumForms clump of low foliage with 12” stems of large, violet flowers all summer. Full sun.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Dianthus

‘Annette’
Striking blue foliage, on this compact dome. 2” stems semi double, blood red flowers. Scented.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Dianthus

‘Baby Lom’
Neat glaucus dome with short stems of magenta pink flowers. Mid summer.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Dianthus alpinus

‘Inshriach Dazzler’
Well named rockery Pink, with most vivid shade of deep pink flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Dianthus arenarius

‘Little Maiden’
Small compact cushion, ideal for troughs, etc. Short sprays white, ragged edged, fragrant flrs.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Dianthus deltoidesClose carpet of lush green foliage. Long display of dazzling vivid pink, small flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Dianthus deltoides

‘Alba’
Ground hugging mat, radiating white flowers from mid spring. Suits raised beds in full sun.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Dianthus erinaceus

alpinus
The ‘Hedgehog’ Dianthus, forming a close, prickly cushion with short stems of pink flrs.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Dianthus

‘La Bourboulle’
Close mat of blue-green leaves with short stems of highly fragrant pink flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Dianthus

‘Nywood’s Cream’
One of the best compact alpine hybrids for scent. Short stems of cream flowers over close mat.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Dianthus

‘Rosebud’
A perpetually flowering, and scented miniature, with semi double, rose pink blooms. Only 4”.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Dianthus

‘Whatfield Can Can’
Blue leafed mound, with many stems of double deep pink flrs. Strong scent, long flowerer.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Dianthus

‘Whatfield Magenta’
Neat mound of attractive blue foliage, a dramatic contrast to the strong magenta flowersAlpines9-10 cm
£3.50Dicentra cucculariaFinely dissected, smoky grey foliage, with 4” stems of white lockets in early spring.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Dodecatheon meadia‘Shooting Stars’ for spring display in part shade. Cyclamen-like reddish-pink blooms in April.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Dodecatheon meadia

‘Alba’
Strong growing, pure white sport. Opening around May. Part shade and moisture.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Doronicum

‘Little Leo’
8” high cultivar, Leopard’s Bane for rock garden. Producing semi double golden flrs. from springAlpines9-10 cm
£3.50Draba aizoidesAn easy and very early spring time alpine. Neat

mound, sprays of bright yellow flrs. Feb-Mar.
Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Draba bruniifoliaClusters of small, glossy green rosettes. Bunches of bright yellow flrs. from Feb. Crevice/trough.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Dryas octopetalaA good, free flowering clone of the native Mountain Avens. Enjoys lime, but not too dry.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Epimedium grandiflorum

‘Lilafee’ (Lilac Fairy)
Violet flowers in abundance. A superb, free flowering hybrid of compact growth, only 8” high.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Epimedium leptorhizumLarge, soft pink flowers held on thin stems above attractive, angular leaves. Leafy shade suits.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Erigeron bellidioides

(coll. Nanda Devi expd.2019)
Found on stony path, on Milam glacier at 11,500’.

White flowered species, with short stems. Scree.
Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Erigeron montanensisLong succession of lilac daisies, held 1” above softly haired, tufted mound. Suits crevice.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Erodium trifoliumAn abundance of white flowers with soft pink blotches, over many months. Full sun, gritty soil.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Erodium chrysanthumFine, silvery green foliage, forming neat mound. Long display sulphur yellow flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Erodium chrysanthum

‘Pale pink form’
Rare. Delicate, ferny foliage of silvery-green, producing a long display of pale pink ‘cups’Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Erodium petraeum

‘Roseum’
A really long display of white flowers, with blush pink face. Olive green, ferny foliage. Sun.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Felicia rosulataHardy Himalayan species. Cornflower blue flowers with orange centres. Carpeter.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Festuca

‘Golden Toupe’
Slow growing and small in stature, fine neeedles of pure golden yellow. Would suit trough.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Ficaria verna

‘Cuprea’
Well behaved Celandine, producing bright coppery-orange blooms in early spring. MoistureAlpines9-10 cm
£4.00Ficaria verna

‘Double Cream’
No fear of this seeding around! Sterile, large fully double, buff/cream flowers in spring.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Ficaria verna

‘Primrose’
A really showy Celandine, non-invasive with minimal foliage and huge creamy yellow flrs.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Filipendula palmata

Dwarf Form
Beautiful Japanese species of carmine pink flwrs. in late summer. Only 10” high. Floriferous.Alpines9-10 cm
£8.00Fritillaria camschatensis

aurea
The yellow species type, flowering at 10” high, easy in moist shade. Seldom offered.Alpines9-10 cm
£8.00Fritillaria camschatensis

Dwarf Form
Rarely offered, relic from Jack Drake nsy. This is the Japanese alpine form, 6-8” high. Jet blackAlpines9-10 cm
£4.00Gentiana acaulis

‘Krumrey’
SPECIAL. A very free-flowering form from Germany. Large, deep blue flowers from May.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Gentiana acaulis

‘Maximus’
Special. Simply huge, deep blue trumpets on this reliable flwrg. Cultivar. Forms good sized mat.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Geranium dalmaticum

‘Album’
Very special, slow to produce. Remains small with good sized white flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£5.00Geranium pratense ** ‘Midsummer Night’Raised on our nursery, a very dark leaved miniature. Ht. 8” with lots of large, bright blue flrs.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Geum rivale

‘Leonard’s Variety’
An old cultivar. Peach, semi-double, nodding blooms of good size. Moist soil, part shade.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Geranium sanguineum **

‘Pink Globe’
Compact sport between G. Striatum and G. sang. nanum. Raised on the nursery. Floriferous.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Geum triflorum

campanulatum
Ground hugging species, with ferny foliage. 4” stems, each with 3 nodding apricot bells. U.S.AAlpines9-10 cm
£3.50Globularia trichosanthaLow dome of glossy, linear leaves, with short spikes of mid blue, ball shaped flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£5.00

11cm
Gypsophila aretioidesFor alpine house or sunny trough – covered in winter. Forms iron hard cushion, very slow.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Gypsophila cerastoidesClose mat, hidden by the abundant white flowers. Ideal for hugging rock formation.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Gypsophila repens

‘Dubia’
Quite different, this has olive coloured foliage and red stems, with cascades of soft pink flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Gypsophila tenuifoliusClose grass-like cushion, with many pale pink flowers all summer. Neat dome for rockery.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Haquetia epipactisYellow button flower, with large green sepals early Spring. Woodlander for moist shade. AlpsAlpines9-10 cm
£3.50Hebe ramosissimaSlow forming, evergreen mat covered in white flowers, when given full sun. Gritty soil.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Helianthemum nummulariaThe Scottish species, growing prostrately over rocks. Long display of clear yellow flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Hepatica nobilis

Alba
Pure white form of this popular, early spring woodlander. Flowers above unmarked leaves.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Hepatica nobilis

(Violet Blue)
This form we grow is from plants obtained with the darkest violet shade imaginable.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Hepatica nobilis

(Dusky Pink)
Selected for its soft lilac/pink shade, a welcome colour break, also a free flowering clone.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Hepatica nobilis

Marbled/pink
Beautiful, dusky pink flowers sit above attractively marked foliage. Usually stays evergreen.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Hepatica nobilis

‘Pyrenean Marbles’
Stunning, large white flowers above Cyclamen- like, marbled fol. Last of the nobilis to flower.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Hepatica nobilis

Red Shades
These seedlings will vary, from reddish-pink to clear, deep red. Worthwhile subject for pan.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Heuchera pulchellaDainty mound producing many red stems of soft pink flowers. High regions of Rocky Mts.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Hieraceum villosumIntense silver haired foliage, with dramtic bunches of large yellow, Hawkweed flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Hosta

‘Blue Mouse Ears’
Ideal for shady troughs, etc. Rounded blue leaves with deep lilac, good sized flowers. Ht. 3”Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Hosta kikutii

var yakusimensis
A mere pad of tiny leaves, sending up 3” stems of large, lilac flowers. Quite uncommon. Suits troughAlpines9-10 cm
£3.50Hypericum empetrifolium nanumSuperb crevice plant, forming compact carpet. Smothered in small yellow flowers all Summer.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Hypericum olympicum

‘Minus’
Beautiful, rounded evergreen shrublet, perpetually flowering from early summer. Yellow flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Hypericum reptansProstrate mat of tiny, Thyme-like fol. and un-naturally large yellow flowers. Himalayas.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Impatiens omiense

(species)
Truly hardy, ground covering species with natural variegation and lots of late yellow flwrs.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Incarvillea delavayii

‘Bee’s Pink’
Large, exotic shallow trumpets in soft pink shade, early suumer. Well drained soil in sun.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Incarvillea zhongdianensisA strong growing species, suited to sunny border

with reddish-pink flowers. Good drainage.
Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Ipheion uniflorum

‘Charlotte Bishop’
Tufts of grass-like stems produce long spring display of dusky pink stars. For border or rockery.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Ipheion uniflorum

‘Jessie’
A beautiful new cultivar, producing star shaped

Flowers in shade of deep royal blue.
Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Iris x intermedia

‘The Gingerbread Man’
Unusual, dwarf bearded Iris. Brown flowers with violet beard. Ht. 10”. Full sun, free flowering.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Iris pumila

‘Cherry Garden’
For those who like dark flowers, this 8” Iris has large, aubergine coloured blooms in spring.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Iris pumila

‘Knick-knack’
A ‘must have’ plant. White flowers with a violet picotee edge to the petals. Approx. 8” high.Alpines9-10 cm
£6.00Iris pumila

“Little Shadow”
Rare. Slow to increase, this 8” high cultivar has darkest blue flowers with almost black falls.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Iris pumila

(Sky Blue)
We don’t have the correct name for this reliably free flowering, self coloured, sky blue dwarf Iris.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Iris richenbachiiA real gem for alpine house or show bench. Only 3” high, with large brassy gold bearded flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Iris schachtiiBeautiful species Iris for pot culture or show bench. Succession of large bright yellow flwrs. 12”Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Iris suavaolensTiny species from the Caucasus. Brass coloured, bearded Iris flowers, only 3” high.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Iris setosa

Dwarf form
Easy to please, free flwrg. Dwarf Iris. Suits small rockery. Blue flowers, gold veining. Approx.6”Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Lamium sandrasicumOf low, globular habit, covered in many white, pink-lipped Snapdragon-like flowers. Sun. Ht. 4”Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Lathyrus vernus

‘Alboroseus’
Very free flowering, soft pink perennial pea, for front of border, or woodland edge. Herbaceous.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Leucojum vernumGiant Snowdrop relative. 8” stems topped by huge white bells from Feb. Likes moisture & shade.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Leucojum vernum

‘Carpathicum’
Grown from divisions of our best yellow tipped bulbs. Less vigorous than the greens. Moisture,Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Lewisia nevadensis

‘Rosea’
Soft pink flowers, held in heart of narrow leaves,

early summer. Ideal pot plant for cold g/house.
Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Limonium speciosum

‘Blue Diamond’
An alpine Statice for raised beds in sun. 10” stems papery flwrs. of pale lavender. Evergreen.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Lithodora diffusa

‘Heavenly Blue’
Few alpines exhibit such a deep blue colour of flower. Stunning when seen as a wide mat.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Lysimachia japonica

minutissima
Japanese species forming neat pad, studded with tiny yellow flowers. Non-invasive. May-Aug.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Maianthemum bifolium

var Yakushimanum
This tiny species from Japan carpets troughs and shady areas under shrubs. Slow, non-invasive.Alpines9-10 cm
£6.50Meconopsis quintuplinerviaReginald Farrar’s ‘Harebell Poppy’ for shady, cool spots. Enjoys moist, leafy soil in shade. Runs.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Mertensia maritimaRare Scottish native to Outer Hebrides. Sky blue, leaves, small thimble flowers. Sandy soil in sun.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Muscari aucheri

‘Ocean Magic’ 3 bulbs
One of the ‘new look’ well behaved grape Hyacinths. Bright blue, graduating to whiteAlpines9-10 cm
£4.00Muscari

‘Pink Sunrise’
A grape Hyacinth, of soft pink colour, beautiful in pots with cream and blue Primroses.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Narcissus

‘Elka’ 2 bulbs
Dwarf, trumpet Narcissi, starts as palest yellow, opening fully to pure white. Ht. 8”.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Narcissus

‘Mitzy’
Delicate looking, yet hardy miniature for alpine garden. Pale butter yellow trumpets. Ht. 4”Alpines9-10 cm
£5.00Narcissus cyclamineus

‘Mite’
Only 6” high, with large, yellow swept back flowers. Long lived and reliable. Bulks up well.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Narcissus

“Toto”
Stunning white miniature hybrid, usually produces 2 stems per bulb, each with several blooms. Ht. 8”Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Narcissus cyclamineus

‘Tracey’
Opening creamy yellow, soon turning pure white with delicate scent. Approx. 10” high.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Narcissus nanus

‘Douglasbank’
Stunning cultivar, this tiny Daffodil with yellow trumpets. Guaranteed to flwr. and bulk up, only 3”Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Narcissus poeticus

‘Plenus’ 2 bulbs
The last Daffodil to flower. White, semi –double Gardenia blooms with exquisite scent. Special.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Narcissus triandrus

“Lemon Drops”
One of the finest cultivars, producing 10” stems of large, palest sulphur yellow triandrus blooms.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Omphallodes cappadocia

‘Cherry Ingram’
Abundant flrs. on this woodland gem. Many ‘Forget-me-not’ blooms. Ideal for leafy shade.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Oreomyrhis argenteaClose silvery pad, with stemless pale pink candles early summer. Suits troughs or crevices.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Oxalis acetosella

‘Rosea’
Deserves better attention, heavy flowering, deep pink Wood Sorrel for leafy shade. Ground cover.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Oxalis enneaphylla

‘Alba’
A lovely, pure white form with green eye, flowering stemlessly over silvery-grey leaves.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Oxalis enneaphylla

x ‘Ione Hecker’
Huge, stemless flrs. of pale pink, strikingly veined in violet. One of the very best Oxalis.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Oxalis enneaphylla

‘Waverley Hybrid’
Small impressive hybrid, ideal for troughs. Dark purple, magenta veined flowers. Very special.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Oxalis magellanica

‘Flora Plena’
Rightly popular. Many small, white pom-pom flowers. For gravel edges, or between paving.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Oxalis oregana

‘Bob Haszeldene’
Most attractive Shamrock leaves, with long display of large, pink cup flowers. Woodland.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Parahebe

“Jean”
Small, dome shaped shrublet, smothered in profusion of white flowers, all summer long.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Penstemon hetrophyllus

‘Blue Gem’
Slow growing mat, producing many short spikes of deep blue flrs. late May-July. For scree / troughAlpines9-10 cm
£3.50Persicaria vaccinifoliaFrom high in Tibet, this low species cascades over rocks, with hundreds of pink pokers. Ht. 3”Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Phlox douglasii

‘Crackerjack’
Lovely, compact needle-leafed mat, ideal for troughs or rockery. Dark crimson flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Phlox douglasii

‘Eva’
Lovely shade of lavender, sweet scent in spring.

P. douglasii hybrids are excellent in troughs.
Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Phlox subulata

‘Bavaria’
Lovely new introduction. Cream flowers with a striking violet eye. Cascading rock plant.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Phlox subulata

‘Purple Beauty’
An original colour of cultivar, abundantly flowering, with puplish-blue blooms from May.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Polygonatum pratiiDusky lilac, miniature bells hang from slender leaf axils in spring. Approx. 9” ht. Woodlander.Alpines9-10 cm
£5.00Polygonatum x ‘Betburg’An interesting hybrid, with slate grey foliage which turns green later in summer. White bells. 18”Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Potentilla eriocarpaWonderful Himalayan species of tidy, creeping habit. Long display of small, golden flwrs. Late.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Potentilla megalanthaAttractive, softly haired leaves frame clusters of huge, golden yellow blooms all summer. Japan.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Potentilla species

(coll. Nanda Devi, expd.2019)
This ground hugging species from 14,100’ displays vibrant red fol. colour in Autumn. N. IndiaAlpines9-10 cm
£3.50Potentilla verna

nana
Lovely close mat of deepest green leaves, studded with egg yolk yellow flrs. of good size.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Pulsatilla halleri

grandis
Huge, open face goblets of light lavender blue.

Easter flowering. For rocky site in full sun.
Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Pulsatilla vulgaris

‘Eve Constance’
The spring Pasque Flower in a delicate shade of pale strawberry. Good, well drained soil suits.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Pulsatilla vulgaris

‘Papageno’
A strain of Pasque Flower, sporting fringed blooms in various colours. April –May.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Pulsatilla vulgaris

‘Pearl Bells’
A new sport, with soft pink flowers. Easy rockery or front of border plant.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Ranunculus alpestrisIdeal trough or crevice species, of tidy habit. Long display of white Buttercups from spring.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Ranunculus bilobusMiniature white Buttercup, for rocky scree or trough. Spring flowering.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Ranunculus gramineusAttractive thick grey leaves, 10” stems topped with large golden buttercups. Non-invasive.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Ranunculus montanus

‘Flore Pleno’
Fully double, golden flowers above 5” stems, from April to early summer. Moisture.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Ranunculus montanus

‘Molten Gold’
Another of our high alpine species Buttercups, from Alps. Glossy, golden flrs over neat moundAlpines9-10 cm
£4.00Roscoea cautleyoidesEasy woodlander. Butter yellow orchid-like flowers arise rapidly from leafy shade in early June.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Roscoea purpureaEasy to grow in a woodland setting, this large purple flowered species blooms in Autumn.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Roscoea tibetica

‘Alba’
A rare introduction, ex Tibet. Pure white, stemless flowers in early summer. Suits trough. Part shade.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Saponaria x ‘Olivana’Famous old cultivar, forming a neat mat, and radiating large, soft pink flowers all summer.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saponaria ocymoides

‘Rubra Compacta’
5” wide pad, radiating bunches of reddish-pink flowers, early summer. Lovely crevice plant.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saponaria ocymoides

‘Snow Tip’
Quite different in habit from usual pink. Dense mat, radiating short stems of pure white flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saxifraga

‘Hareknoll Beauty’
Silvery, encrusted rosettes give rise to many stems of red flowers, over long period.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saxifraga crustataSlow growing, low hard cushion. White flowers with thin silver encrusted fol. Superb trough plant.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saxifraga canis

dalmatica
Encrusted Saxifraga, forming dome of silvery rosettes, topped by palest pink/white flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saxifraga cochlearis

minor
Small, hard dome of silvery rosettes. White flowers early summer. Suits trough or crevice.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saxifraga cotyledon

‘Kath Dryden’
Large, encrusted rosettes produce arching sprays of large white flowers from late May.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saxifraga cotyledon

‘South Side Seedling’
Large starfish shaped rosettes send up many white flrs-vividly splashed with red centres.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saxifraga elizabethea

‘Boston Spa’
Free flowering in April. Lots of Primrose yellow flrs on this kabschia type. Ideal for trough.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saxifraga oppositifolium

‘Vaccariana’
The striking purple Saxifraga of early spring, growing so well in our Scottish climate.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saxifraga paniculata

ssp baldensis
Hard pads of small silvery rosettes, with abundant white flowers on 5” stems. Slow growing mat.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Saxifraga paniculata

var minutifolia
Hard pads of small silvery rosettes, with abundant white flowers on 5” stems. Ideal trough Sax.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saxifraga paniculata

‘Jaromir’
Silvery rosettes forming close cushion, with many stems of red flowers in mid summer.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Saxifraga x salmonica

“Marie-Louise”
Beautiful, hard cushions of steel grey foliage, covered in white, stemless flowers Dec – Feb.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Saxifraga x boydilacina

“Penelope”
Small subject for trough, forming neat pad of deep green foliage, with stemless palest peach flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saxifraga kotschyanaSmall and slow species, from Iran. Green rosettes, lightly encrusted. White flwrs. 5” stems.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saxifraga

‘Winifred Bevington’
Green rosettes packed tightly together, each with a red stem, topped with bunches of pink flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saxifraga

‘Whitehill’
A cultivar grown for its distinct and strikingly marked rosettes, displaying white encrustationsAlpines9-10 cm
£4.00Saxifraga primuloides

‘Clarence Elliot’
Emerald green rosettes, each sending up red stems and lots of frothy pink flowers in summer.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Scabiosa japonica **

‘Rose Quartz’
Our own introduction. Very compact habit, with large soft pink blooms all summer.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Scilla hyacinthoidesSeldom offered or seen, this pure white summer flwrg. Scilla looks great in part shade or sun. 8”Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Scutellaria japonicaConstant supply of soft, amethyst blue flrs. from July. Low mounds of dark green fol. Desirable.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Sedum

‘Bertram Anderson’
Small plant, radiating almost black, rounded leaves. Lax stems carry bunches of ruby flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Sedum reflexum

‘Red Form’
A less vigorous sport, turning a vibrant red from autumn to late spring. Uncommon.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Semiaquilegia ecalcarataDainty maroon bells hang from 7’ stems, giving long display in spring. ‘Maidenhair’-like foliage.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Sempervivum arachnoideum

‘Rubin’
Congested rosettes, covered in cobweb filaments.

Ideal for crevice or trough. Sharp drainage reqd.
Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Sempervivum

‘Engle’s Rubrum’
Finely haired, dove grey rosettes. A subtle, but beautiful enhancement to troughs or pots.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Sempervivum tectorum

‘Rubrum’
Silvery haired rosettes of deep claret, adding year round colour to rocky crevice or troughs.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Serratula shawii

syn seoneai
Late flowering, 16” high stems above darkest green, feathery fol. Masses mauve knapweeds.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Silene acaulis

‘Frances’
This golden leafed form of Moss Campion was found on Shetland. Stemless pink flwrs. Moisture.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Silene maritima

‘Rosea’
A spectacular display of palest pink flower bells covers the cascading foliage, spring – summer.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Sisyrinchium

‘Devon Skies’
Non-invasive cultivar, suitable for rock garden. Lovely pale blue cups all summer long. 5”Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Sisyrinchium

‘Dragon’s Eye’
A tidy, non-invasive Iris like plant, producing cream cups with purple eye zone. 5” high.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Soldanella alpina

‘Alba’
Due to its tiny size, best grown in shallow pan.

Lots of small, white fringed bells from April.
Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Soldanella carpaticaLush green, rounded foliage forming small mat. Short stems of violet bells from April.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.50Soldanella minimaSlow, creeping mat of tiny leaves, topped with small white bells. Best in trough or pan.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Soldanella

‘Spring Symphony’
Similar to ‘Sudden Spring’, but flowers are larger, and entire plant is smaller and slower.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Soldanella x

‘Sudden Spring’
Small leafed montana hybrid, of free flowering habit. Pale lilac flowers, of good size. Early.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Soldanella villosaN. American species, growing at edge of light woodland. 8” stems, with lots of violet bellsAlpines9-10 cm
£3.50Solidago virgaurea

ssp minima
Uncommon form, apparently a rare native. Dwarf mound with tiny yellow buttons, Sept. to Oct.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Sieversia pentapetalaSlow carpeter from Japan. Dryas-like cream flowers, over dissected leaves.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Spirea japonica

‘Nana’
Reaching 10” high and 2 ft. wide. Reliably covered in pink flowers. For larger rock gardenAlpines9-10 cm
£4.00Stachys discolorNative to Iran, producing large, pale cream flrs. on 9” stems, early summer. Good drainage, full sun.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Stachys officinalis

‘Humeleo’
Welcome introduction for the larger rock garden, 10” stems of pale purple spikes in summer.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Stachys officinalis

‘Dwarf White’
Miniature alpine sport, suitable for troughs, etc. Short spikes pure white flowers. Summer/AutumnAlpines9-10 cm
£4.00Teucrium pyrenaicumClassy, crevice plant, hugging contours. Cream/ purple lipped flwrs. Mid summer. Sharp drainageAlpines9-10 cm
£3.50Thymus

‘Red Elf’
A chance sport from T. ‘Elfin Dome’- VERY floriferous, deep reddish flowers. HARDY.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Townsendia alpigena

var alpigena
Small tufts of linear leaves, with 4” stems of lavender daisies, spring-summer. Sunny crevice.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Trollius europeaus

‘Lemon Supreme’
Stocky new sport, only 14” high. Acid yellow globes from late spring. Suits border fronts.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Trollius ranunculoidesGood sized, single Buttercup like flowers, above 8” stems. Late summer. Suits woodland edge.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Umbilicus oppositifolius

(formerly Chiastophyllum)
Round, succulent leaves and pendulous Laburnum-like chains. From early May-June.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Uvularia grandiflora

var pallida
Creamy yellow, drooping blooms on 9” stems. Perfect with small woodland plants. Part shade.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Veronica oltensisSuitable trough plant, forming close pad of tiny leaves topped by many short, blue spikes.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Veronica prostrata

‘Lilac Time’
A slow growing, compact cultivar, with soft lilac spikes, covering pad of tiny leaves.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Veronica spicata

‘Prince’s Feather’
Emerald green foliage, hugs ground. 6” spikes of deep violet blue, flowering mid summer. Showy.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Vinca minor

‘Azurea Flore Pleno’
Superb ground cover for sun or part shade. Sprays of double blue flowers, from spring.Alpines9-10 cm
£4.00Vinca minor atropurpurea **

‘Rumbling Bridge Double’
A chance seedling appearing on the nursery, of more upright habit, with double purple flowers.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Viola aduncaColl. Mary’s Peak, Oregon at 4,000’. Tidy pad of small leaves, flwrs.vary from deep pink – violet.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Viola hancockiiAttractive, rare species from Vietnam, with large lilac flrs. over deep green leathery text. leaves.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Viola odorata

‘Coeur d’Alsace’
The Parma Violet, in delicate shade of dusky pink. Flowering from early March,. Part shade.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Viola odorata

‘Sulphurea’
An unusual form of the Sweet Violet in a shade of pale sulphur yellow. Also, less vigorous.Alpines9-10 cm
£3.50Primula auricula hybrids **

‘Rumbling Bridge Strain’
Our finest hybrid mix. Many exhibit serrated edge leaves and farina. Wide ranging colours.Primulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£4.50Primula x **

‘Kusum Krishna’
Our best hybrid yet, received a P.C. in 2007. Lrg. stunning Gentian blue flrs. Stemless habit.Primulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£4.00Primula allionii

‘Aire Mist’
Successful show variety of long standing. Very compact cushion, hidden by huge, white flowers.Primulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£4.00Primula allionii

‘Jackie Richards’
Superb show plant, forming compact glossy green rosettes. Covered with many powder blue flowers.Primulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£4.00Primula x allionii

‘Blindsee’
Very close cushion, hidden by cream flowers

from early April. Fine show plant.
Primulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£4.00Primula x

‘Broadwell Milkmaid’
One of the most compact and free flowering show varieties. Stemless cream flwrs. from April.Primulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£6.00Primula x ‘Celtic Maiden’ **

(the yellow marginata)
Our own introduction, sporting powdery marginata foliage, with many large Primrose yellow flowers.Primulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£4.00Primula auricula

Species ( Coll. Switzerland)
Seed grown plants from an excellent form, originally collected Switzerland. Some mealy.Primulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£4.00Primula hirsuta

‘Lockey’s Red’
Lovely sport, raised by Derek Lockey. Makes a good show plant. Rasp. red, yellow eyed fllowers.Primulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£5.00Primula hirsuta

‘Nivea’
This pure white form is easier to grow and maintain, especially in pot for show.Primulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£4.00Primula marginata

Dwarf Form
Best enjoyed in troughs or pots in cold g’house, due to small habit. Deep violet blue flrs. MarchPrimulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£4.50Primula marginata

var Laciniata
Deeply serrated leaves, like Holly foliage, dusted in farina. Sky blue flowers from March – April.Primulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£6.00Primula marginata **

‘Late Frost’
Our latest introduction - a compact, large flwrd. white, extending the marginata season into May.Primulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£4.50Primula melanops x chionanthaMid way hybrid , approx. 10” high. Bunches of nodding, open faced purple flowers. Rare.Primulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£4.00Primula x pubescens

‘Jo Jo’
The seedling partner to Clarence Elliott, though, superior. More compact/floriferous. Deep blue.Primulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£5.00Primula x pubescens **

‘Rumbling Bridge’
Good sized flowers of butter yellow, against neat farinose leaves. Please see page on our website.Primulas - European & Hybrids9-10 cm
£3.50Primula alpicola

‘Luna’
A selection with pale, moonlight yellow bells, powdered within. Most popular of our 3 forms.Primulas - Species9 cm
£3.50Primula alpicola

‘Violacea’
The species type, appearing in range of colours from pinky-terracotta, to pale or deepest violet.Primulas - Species9 cm
£6.00Primula aurantiacaSeldom available. Dwarf Candelabra with brown stems, and tiers of deep orange/pink flowers.Primulas - Species1 Litre
£4.00Primula aurantiaca x **

pulverulenta P.C.
This shorter growing Candelabra hybrid appeared on Nsy. 2012. Wide range of colours.Primulas - Species9 cm
£3.50Primula beesianaMost commonly seen of candelabras, deep reddish pink flowers late May. Likes moisture.Primulas - Species9 cm
£3.50Primula bulleyanaThe best known of the Candelabras, much admired for its hot orange flrs. in mid summer.Primulas - Species9 cm
£4.00Primula cashmerianaLess robust than P. denticulata. Mid blue drumsticks, held above mealy leaves. April-May.Primulas - Species9 cm
£3.50Primula chionanthaGolden farina covers undersides of the leaves and flower stalks. Deep purple or white flowers.Primulas - Species9 cm
£4.50Primula denticulata

(Blue Shades)
Grown from best selected blues. Shades will vary. One of the best Primulas for a Scottish spring.Primulas - Species1 Litre
£5.00Primula denticulata

‘Rubinball’
Absolutely stunning shade of deep, ruby red. Brightens up the early spring garden.Primulas - Species1 Litre
£3.50Primula denticulata

‘Rubra’
Seedlings grown from the stunning denticulata ‘Rubinball’. Colours may vary.Primulas - Species9 cm
£6.00Primula elatior (Ltd. Supply)**

ssp meyeri ‘Arwen’ P.C.2019
Pure white Oxslip flowers in April. A new form, raised here through years of colour selection.Primulas - Species9 cm
£4.00Primula florindae

‘Red Shades’
We have selected, over many years, the deepest

pillar box red forms, which come true. Fragrant.
Primulas - Species9 cm
£4.00Primula

‘John Fielding’
Small and compact Primrose, of slow habit. Sprays of purplish-blue blooms from February.Primulas - Species9 cm
£3.50Primula x ‘Johanna’Dwarf hybrid for wet soils. 6” stems soft pink, sometimes second or third tier. Sterile hybrid.Primulas - Species9 cm
£3.50Primula juliaeTurkish miniature, creeping Primrose. Deep violet blue flowers. Enjoys North facing, moist bank.Primulas - Species9 cm
£4.00Primula poissoniiTiers of claret flowers with yellow eye and evergreen, glossy fol. Moisture/part shade. China.Primulas - Species9 cm
£3.50Primula roseaCommon, but always popular in Spring. Vivid pink flowers with yellow eye. Tight clump.Primulas - Species9 cm
£3.50Primula secundifloraCowslip type from China. 10” stems, nodding downwards, clad in cherry red bells. Wet soils.Primulas - Species9 cm
£4.00Primula sikkimensis

hybrid
Wonderful dwarf, of multi-stemmed habit, with bunches of claret bells/cream inner. Only 8” high.Primulas - Species9 cm
£3.50Primula sikkimensis

var pudibunda
A stockier growing selection, of the popular nodding, yellow cowslip Primula. Likes moisturePrimulas - Species9 cm
£3.50Primula veris

‘Sunset Shades’
Neat growing cowslip, with shorter stems than native variety. Deep red to pale orange shades.Primulas - Species9 cm
£3.50Primula vialliiThe ‘Orchid Primrose’. Violet spike, with poker of vivid red colour. Prefers a lighter border soil.Primulas - Species9 cm
£4.00Primula juliana

‘Hallbarn Blue’
An old compact Primrose, of free flowering habit

hidden by mid blue blooms. Early.
Primulas - Species9 cm
£4.00Primula vulgaris

‘Iris Mainwaring’
Compact and heavy flowering Primrose, with huge lilac blooms, which hide foliage in spring.Primulas - Species9 cm
£3.50Primula waltoniiAsian Cowslip type Primula with 2’ stems of flowers in varying shades of plum/purple.Primulas - Species9 cm
£4.50Primula waltonii **

(Cream)
Raised on the nursery, by isolating our first white seedlings. Tall nodding Cowslips of creamy white.Primulas - Species9 cm
£4.00Primula waltonii **

(Butter Yellow)
We have developed in isolation, plants of a beautiful soft, pale yellow. Stems to 2’ in height.Primulas - Species9 cm
£4.00Primula wilsonii

var anisadora
Evergreen rosettes with tiers of blooms in deep claret, with gold inner ring. For wet soils.Primulas - Species9 cm
£7.00Adiantum venustumTotally hardy Maidenhair Fern, from Himalayas.

Enjoys cool, shady spot, with leafy compost.
Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£6.00Anaphalis triplinervis

‘Sommer Schnee’
Beautiful, silvery carpet of silky haired leaves and 10” stems of white, everlasting flowers. Jun-Sept.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£5.00Astilbe crispa

‘Perkeo’
Japanese species with very short, stiff leaves and 6” spikes of radiant pink flwrs. Suits rock garden.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£7.00Astilbe japonica

‘Red Sentinel’
Still the best red Astilbe to date. Enhanced by lovely cherry tint to leaves. July-Aug. Ht. 16”.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£8.00Bergenia ciliataDeciduous species, producing light pink bells before lrg. softly haired fol. in spring. Uncommon.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£6.00Bergenia cordifolia

‘Overture’
Compact cultivar, with good red winter colour. Flowers are a purplish-red colour. Late spring.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£7.00Caltha palustris

‘Multiplex’
Fully double form of the native Marsh Marigold. Ideal for permanently wet sites. Long flowering.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£7.00Clematis alpina

‘Alba’
The seldom seen pure white sport. Suitable for scrambling through smaller trees or shrubs.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£7.00Crocosmia

‘Solfatare’
Best known of the bronze leafed cultivars, a free flwrg. brassy gold colour. Totally hardy. Aug-Oct.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£10.00Dactylhoriza foliosaOften called D. majalis, of deepest purple shade. Spikes held above unmarked broad leaves.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£12.00Dactylhoriza foliosa

‘Lydia’
Seldom offered cultivar, prized for its bold, vibrant magenta spikes in early summer. Approx. 12”.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£10.00Dactylhoriza fuchsiiOur native spotted Orchid, so easy to please. Flowering almost anywhere in the garden.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£7.00Dicentra

‘Valentine’
This short American sport has become very popular for its dark, bronzy –red flowers. Ht. 16”Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£7.00Eryngium x zabelii

‘Jos Eijking’
Low foliage, with white veining, 16” stems of deepest violet blue Sea Holly flowers.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£5.00Geranium renardiiRound, sage like leaves, and 6” stems of large cream flrs, deeply veined in grey. Himalayas.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£6.00Incarvillea compactaRaised from botanical seed, these will flower at approx. 9”. Well drained soil, in full sun.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£6.00Incarvillea mairei

‘Grandiflora’
The true plant, with ground hugging foliage and 12” stems of gigantic rose pink flowers.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£5.00Inula orientalis

grandiflora
Forming small clump of narrow leaves, with 14” stems of large orange Calendula like blooms.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£7.00Iris chrysographes

‘Black As Your Hat’
These are divisions of the finest jet black sport, raised on the old Jack Drake nursery. Moisture.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£7.00Lathyrus vernus

‘Elspeth’
Unique shade of azure blue, on this recent Scottish introduction. For woodland/shady border.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£9.00Lilium martagonWe have large, home grown bulbs of the lovely

‘Turk’s Cap Lily’ These will establish well.
Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£12.00Lilium superbum

‘Album’
A rare and giant species, reaching approx. 7 ft. when mature. Ours are six years old, from seed.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£10.00Linnaea borealis

RARE
The native woodland ‘Twinflower’, now struggling for survival. Leafy, moist shade.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£7.00Meconopsis baileyiHardly needs description, best known of the Himalayan Blue Poppies,. Sky blue flowers.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£7.00Meconopsis baileyi

‘Alba’
Really beautiful large flowered white form of the Himalayan Blue Poppy. Boss of golden stamens.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£8.00Meconopsis x cookei

‘Old Rose’
Long-lived hybrid, often flowering spring and autumn. Crushed strawberry colour flwrs. 1’ ht.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£7.00Meconopsis x

‘Jimmy Bain’
A sterile hybrid with deepest blue, large flowers.

Runs, to form an impressive stand.
Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£7.00Meconopsis x

‘Lingholm’
Our plants originate from Lingholm Garden. Showing marked vigour and multi-crown habit.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£8.00Paeonia maireiA free-flowering, close relative of P. veitchii from China. Large, deep pink single blooms.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£5.00Persicaria affinis

‘Donald Lowndes’
Compact and slow growing, a rare cultivar, producing a mass of soft pink/dark red pokers.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£8.00Polygonatum x hybridum

‘Striatum’
For those who like variegation, this small, slow growing Solomon’s Seal has cream streaked fol.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£8.00Polygonatum odoratumSlow spreading species, of stocky habit. 10” stems of large fragrant, white bells.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£6.00Polygonatum species

(name unknown)
Thought to be a variant of P. hookeri. 5” high, with lovely violet bells. Longer flowering.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£9.00Sanguinaria canadensis

‘Multiplex’
White, fully double blooms, in earliest spring, like small water lilies. Rarely offered as 1L pots.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£6.00Sempervivum

‘Bronco’
Large, glossy rosettes of deep claret. Colour remains, for year long interest on rockery.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£6.00Sempervivum

‘Mrs. Guiseppe’
Large, olive green rosettes with dramatic, maroon tipped leaves. Vigorous variety.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£9.00Sorbus poterifoliaSeldom offered.Ground hugging, Chinese species, producing large white fruits in autumn.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£9.00Sorbus rufopilosaRARE. Dwarf Rowan, coll. high alt. Bhutan. Approx. 7’ high, abundant white berries.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£10.00Trillium chloropetalum

Giganteum E.B.G. Form
We stick with the well marked foliage clone – ‘Edinburgh Botanics Form’. Deep plum flwrs.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£7.00Uvularia grandiflora

(Merrybells)
Twisted, yellow petals dangle from 16” stems from early May. N. American woodlander.Woodland and Herbaceous1 Litre
£12.00Caltha x ‘Moonshine’ **

(polypetala x leptosepala)
Our own hybrid, sporting huge butter yellow flwrs. from Feb-May. Sterile, hence long flwrg. period.Shrubs2 Litre
£6.00Cotoneaster atrophorosSlow, ground covering species from S.W. China. Small leaves, edged with silvery ‘hair’.Shrubs1 Litre
£10.00Daphne mezereum Album

(Dwarf Form) 10”
Rare sport, best suited to trough or rock garden with other alpines. Flwrs. from Feb – April.Shrubs1 Litre
£10.00Daphne tangutica

Dwarf Form
An uncommon selection, reaching only 26” high x 30”. Has same long flowering period. Scented.Shrubs1 Litre
£5.00Euonymus fortunei

‘Kewensis’
Provides structure, as it hugs rock contours. Evergreen, small glossy fol. Tiny yellow flwrs.Shrubs1 Litre
£5.00Hebe odorataGround hugging, glossy leaves forming small mat. Smothered in white flowers, if given full sun.Shrubs1 Litre
£7.00Myrtus nummularia (Falkland Island Form)Different from Myrteola numm. of Chile. Slow, prostrate mat, shell pink berries. Acid conditions.Shrubs1 Litre
£10.00Phylliopsis x

‘Mermaid’
Profusion of pale pink thimbles, on a neat globe, small enough for a trough. Repeats in Autumn.Shrubs1.5 Litre
£10.00Phyllodoce x alpinaRare hybrid between P. nipponica x P. aleutica.

Producing large pink globular flwrs. April/May
Shrubs1.5 Litre
£10.00Phyllodoce caerulea ‘Wm. Buchanan’s peach seedling’Very rare hybrid, selected by famous plantsman, Wm. Buchanan. Pinky-peach tint to bells.Shrubs1.5 Litre
£10.00Phyllodoce empetriformisTidy, dense growing species, of rounded habit

covered in deep pink bells, from April.
Shrubs1.5 Litre
£6.00Potentilla fruiticosa

‘Tilford Cream’
Masses of large cream flowers cover this fairly small, slow growing shrub. Can be clipped to size.Shrubs1 Litre
£10.00Rhododendron radicansSlow growing, prostrate species with closely held purple flowers. Looks good in ericacaeous trough.Shrubs1.5 Litre
£7.00Vaccinium delavayiSlow gound cover, only 6” high. Grown for its fiery red, new foliage. Acid soil. Ideal with Ericas.Shrubs1 Litre
£7.00Vaccinium praestansProstrate mat, gently runs through leafy, ericaceous soil. Pink flwrs, superb autumn colour.Shrubs1 Litre
£7.00Vaccinium

vitis idaea minus
Forming a close pad, covered in pink flowers in spring. Ideal ericaceous trough subject.Shrubs1 Litre