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Kniphofia uvaria

 



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Kniphofia uvaria 'Nobilis'


Merriments Gardens Extensive range of unusual perennials, tender perennials, grasses & annuals. Also large selection of roses & seasonal shrubs. 4-acre show garden.

Mynd Hardy Plants Herbaceous plants, specialising in American bred, British grown, Hemerocallis. Home to New Hope Garden's Hemerocallis plants.

Norwell Nurseries A large collection of unusual & choice herbaceous perennials & alpines esp., hardy geraniums, Geum, pond & bog plants, cottage garden plants, Hemerocallis, grasses, hardy chrysanthemums & woodland plants. One acre garden open.

Penlan Perennials Aquatic, marginal & bog plants. Shade-loving & woodland perennials, ferns, grasses & hardy geraniums, all grown peat-free.

Perryhill Nurseries Ltd Wide range of trees, shrubs, conifers, Rhododendron etc. Over 1300 herbaceous varieties, over 500 rose varieties. Unusual & rare plants may be available in small quantities.

Sampford Shrubs Large displays of Pulmonaria & Crocosmia. Nat. Collection of Helenium. Plants suitable for naturalistic schemes.

Spinneywell Nursery Buxus, Taxus & unusual herbaceous & shrubs. Hellebores, euphorbias, Ceanothus, hardy geraniums.

Spring Reach Nursery Shrubs, evergreen climbers, Clematis, perennials, roses, grasses, ferns, bamboos, trees, hedging, soft fruit & top fruit. Plants for chalk & clay. Deer & rabbit proof plants. Specimen & acid-loving plants.

The Beth Chatto Gardens Ltd Predominantly herbaceous. Many unusual for special situations.

The Nursery Further Afield Worthwhile hardy perennials, many unusual. Large selection of Geranium & Hemerocallis . Nat. Collection of Hemerocallis.

The Potted Garden Nursery

Trecanna Nursery Hardy South African plants. Good collections of Crocosmia, Eucomis, Kniphofia, Watsonia, Crinum, Albuca, nerines, Zantedeschia, Lachenalia & Moraea. Wide range of dry bulbs from around the globe.

Urban Jungle Exotic plants, gingers, bananas and aroids. Hardy exotics, conservatory plants, fruit trees.

Wolverton Plants Ltd Wide range of herbaceous perennials & shrubs grown on a commercial scale for the public.

World's End Garden Nursery Wide range of herbaceous perennials, hardy ferns & ornamental grasses. Especially Hosta, Geum, Leucantheum, Helenium.

Kniphofia uvaria 'Royal Castle Series'


Bluebird Nursery, Inc. Grasses-Ornamental

Diane's Flower Seeds Daylilies

GeoSeed Inc Seeds-Garden

Germania Seed Company Bedding Plants

Greer Gardens Bamboo

Hudson, J. L., Seedsman Herbs

Progressive Plants Ferns

Birkheads Secret Gardens & Nursery Hardy herbaceous perennials, grasses, bulbs & herbs. Allium, Digitalis, Euphorbia, Galanthus & Geranium. Max. 30 of any plant propagated each year.

Bluemel, Kurt, Inc. Grasses-Ornamental

Bressingham Gardens (incorp. Van Tubergen UK) Bulbs, grafted conifers, grasses & perennials. Nat. Collection of Miscanthus.

Cotswold Garden Flowers A very wide range of easy & unusual perennials.

Earthly Pursuits, Inc. Bamboo

East Northdown Farm Nursery Chalk & coast-loving plants.

Fraser's Thimble Farms Ferns

Hauser's Superior View Farm Perennials

LoneWillow Farm From my garden to yours
Absolutely striking in the garden and make an outstanding focal point when in bloom. Deadheading will prolong the blooming period. After the plant is finished flowering, the sword-shaped leaves should be cut back by half to stimulate fresh new




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