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Cortusa matthioli subsp. pekinensis


Fir Tree Farm Nursery Over 4000 varieties of cottage garden & rare perennials with many specialities. Also 80 varieties of Clematis. Some rare varieties available in small quantities only.

Garden Cottage Nursery A wide range of plants esp. those from the southern hemisphere & plants for bog & coastal gardens.

Garden Secrets Perennials, grasses and ferns.

Kirkdale Nursery Trees, herbaceous, conifers. Some plants available in small quantities only.

Larch Cottage Nurseries Comprehensive plant collection in unique garden setting. Rare & unusual plants; particularly shrubs, trees, perennials, dwarf conifers & Japanese maples. Acer, Hamamelis, Magnolia & Cornus kousa cvs. Old-fashioned roses, bamboo & alpines.

Mendle Nursery Many unusual alpines esp. Saxifraga & Sempervivum.

Pettet's Nursery Clematis, herbaceous perennials, alpines, pelargoniums, fuchsias.

Rumsey Gardens Wide general range. Herbaceous, alpines, heathers & ferns. Nat. & International Collection of Cotoneaster.

Stone House Cottage Nurseries Small general range esp. wall shrubs, climbers & unusual plants.

White Cottage Alpines Alpines & rock garden plants. Range of American alpines, dwarf willows & an increasing range of South African alpines incl. Tulbaghia.




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