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ACAENA
Low creeping carpets, excellent over slopes and rocks, but equally as good in shallow pots and very effective with dwarf bulbs growing through.
caesiiglauca Lacy, silvery foliage with red flushed burrs in late summer. £3.30  
Inermis purpurea. Tight growing, glistening purple leaves.
Perfect for making growing tapestry of colour
£3.30 Acaena Inermis purpurea - abriachan nurseries
magellanica Larger, handsome shining leaves on a vigorous spreading plant. £3.30  
microphylla
Copper Carpet
Ferny bronzed leaves and fabulous red burrs in late summer £3.30 Acaena Microphylla Copper Carpet - Abriachan Nurseries
ACANTHUS
Spinosus
1.5 to 2m
(Bear's Breaches)
Mounds of glossy toothed leaves and hooded purple spikes of flower. Late summer.
Excellent perennial for every bold gardener
£6.50 Acanthus spinosus - Abriachan Nurseries
ACHILLEA (The Yarrows)
Sun loving plants with flat composite heads, long flowering period
Moonshine Sun loving, flat,  glowing yellow heads; a fine plant for a sunny border £4.50  
Paprika
70cm
Dusky red heads make this a very good plant for a bright coloured border £4.50  
ACONITUM (Monkshood)
Two white forms of the fabled monkshood. Strong and lovely in shade or woodland.
Bi-colour
1.2m
Spikes of hooded white flowers, lipstick blue edged, shading elegantly into the florets. £4.85 Aconitum bicolour - Abriachan Nurseries, The Garden On Loch Ness
carmichaelii  
1.2m
Autumn flowering monkshoods, excellent plants. £4.85  
ACTEA
simplex
Pink Spike
1.2m
Elegant, late season show of tall, eye catching pink spikes. The leaves emerge purple in spring, easing to a dark green over summer. £7  

AGAPANTHUS (African Lilies)
Midsummer colour that will give you impeccable garden credentials. Strong stems and eye catching, spherical heads of flowers. I grow several varieties in the ground and they come through winters well. They also look good indeed grown tight in large pots. To get the best from them liquid feed throughout summer with a high potash feed (tomato feed is ideal.) Full sun; good drainage.

Buckingham Palace
1.3m
Tall, magnificent blue flowers. This towered above all pots this summer and was the held on to its flowers the longest. Superb   £7.50   CURRENTLY
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Castle of Mey
80cm
A fine old mid blue variety that is named for the famous Caithness Castle of the Queen Mother. Splendid in pot or border. £7.50  
ex St Helena
50cm
A plant given to us by a customer with friends in St Helena where it grows in the wild. Good, sturdy, mid blue, building upquickly and well. £7.50  
Headbourne
70cm
A fine old variety, mid blue and floriferous. It has been a summer mainstay for us for a decade, looking great with bright diascia. £7.50 Agapanthus Headbourne Hybrids - abriachan nurseries
Peter Pan
40cm
Neat, floriferous a good blue. Bulks up well and well suited to pots. £6  
Stockholm   
90cm
Attractive mid blue variety on strong green leaves. Deciduous £7.50  
Streamline
40cm
Attractive striped blue florets on floriferous fast bulking plants. £6  
Timaru
75cm
Compact, vigorous hardy, deep blue. All good £7.50  
Torbay
60cm
The prettiest sky blue heads for summer £5  
White Heaven
1m
Large, white globes of bloom. Arresting in a strong plantin £7.50  
Windsor Gray
80cm
Strong plant; blooms palest lilac /grey, sounds muddy, but is actually attractive and gives planting ideas for containers. £7.50  
AJUGA (The Bugles)
Catlin's Giant
20cm
Different, green close leaves and dense spikes of rich blue flowers. £3.50 Ajuga Catlins Giant - Abriachan Nurseries the Garden On Loch Ness
repens
Valfredda
A new variety, called Chocolate Chip in America where it originated. Shiny bronze, narrow leaves and spikes of violet blue flowers. Excellent and very useful for imaginative plantings. £3.50   CURRENTLY
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ANAPHALIS
triplinervis
40cm
Mounds of felt grey leaves and white everlasting flowers in summer. £4  
ANDROSACE
primuloides
4cm
Lovely tiny spring flowering; evergreen rosette with sprays of little eye catching pink flowers. Yellow eye. £3  
ANEMONE nemorosa (Wood Anemones/Wind flowers )
These are cultivated forms of our native wood anemones.
All are dainty, early flowering and build up steadily, year on year.
You will find them in our garden amongst rocks and under the skirts of shrubs.
Look closely at the flowers and turn over the petals to reveal the silver blue and violet shaded back to the petals. You will love them all. The sheer valour of them in spring sunshine awakens hope.
Blue Eyes An old variety we acquired last year. It has variable doubling of the white flower ruff and a most attractive blue eye centre. £3.75  
flore plena Beautiful double white form. £3.75  
Lychette Large, crisp white flowers. Distinct. £3.75  
Mid Blue A heart stirring washed sky blue £3.75 anemone nemorosa mid blue - abriachan nurseries
Robinsoniana Palest blue with silver backed petals, just lovely £3.75 Anemone nemorosa Robinsoniana - Abriachan Nurseries
Royal Blue Clear royal blue variety, yellow stamens £3.75 Anemone Royal Blue - Abriachan Nurseries
Vestal Arranged like an old fashioned posy; broad white outer petals and tight small petalled centre. £3.75 Abriachan Nurseries - Anemone Vestal

viridifolia

An attractive oddity with fresh whorls of green flowers. £3.75  
ANEMONE - Other varieties
cylindrica
50cm

Late spring herbaceous, white flowers and strong green centre
£3.50  
x lipiensis Lovely pale yellow flowers on fine foliage. A very good cross between nemorosa and ranunculoides species. Forms good sized clumps. £3.50  

ranunculoides

Often the first to show above ground. Dainty foliage and bright yellow flowers £3.50 Anemone rununculoides - Abriachan Nurseries
Autumn Flowering Anemones
Taller elegant anemones that really lift a late summer autumn planting to a new level.
hupehensis
Hapsden Abundance 80cm
An abundance of two-toned pink blooms on wide branching plants. £4.75 anemone Hapsden Abundance - Abriachan Nurseries
x hybrida Pamina
75cm
Slender stems with deep pink semi double flowers. Very good £4.75 Anemone hybrida pamina
Queen Charlotte
1.2m
Tall, strong, semi double, pink anemones. An excellent perennial with us. £4.75  
ANTHEMIS
cupaniana
30cm
Fastest growing cover I know for a slope or sunny border. Ferny silver leaves & a covering of dazzling white daisies. Easy to cut back if necessary, clean white posies for months £4.50 anthemis cupaniana - abriachan nurseries
Suzanne Mitchell  
30cm
Fast growing carpets of pretty grey/green and pale straw daisies from June to Oct £4.50  
AQUILEGIA
Columbines or Granny's Bonnets. Wonderful old fashioned perennials for the late spring garden. They mix & match and seed around  pleasingly.
canadensis
50 cm

Heads of crimson, long spurred blooms with bright yellow centres. A classy variety
£4.30  
discolor
20cm
A small variety with pretty heads of sky blue with a white edge £4.30  
Mackanna Hybrids
90cm
Strong reds, yellows and pink and orange, often as bi-colours. Sold as mixed colours £4  
    £10 for Four
Mackanna Hybrids
ARABIS
caucasicum
alba flora plena
A very pretty double white spreading Arabis, each flower individually a perfect, tiny white rose. A most useful plant for the edge of a raised bed or rock. £3.50 Arabis caucasicum alba flora plena - Abriachan Nurseries, The Garden On Loch Ness CURRENTLY
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ferdinandi
coburgii var.
Shiny, variegated green and gold leaves; white flowers £3  
ARMERIA
macloviana
(Falkland Island Thrift)   30cm
A seashore plant, found amongst the coastal grasses or clinging to rock cracks. Small domes of salt and sea washed pinks. £4 Armeria macloviana - Falkland thrift - Abriachan Nurseries, The Garden On Loch Ness CURRENTLY
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ASARUM
europaeum  
20cm
Lovely, shining, kidney-shaped leaves; excellent in shade £4.50  
ASPHODELUS

albus
30cm

Spears of foliage and spikes of white flowers, backs flushed soft apricot £4.50  
ASTER
natalensis 
20cm
Wonderful little summer daisy. Bright blue. Loves full sun.
£3.50 Aster natalensis - Abriachan Nurseries
turbinellus
90cm
A great no fuss Michaelmas daisy. Dark, mildew free stems and lovely masses of soft purple blue flowers. £4.50  
ASTRANTIA (Masterworts)
major
40cm
Lovely old fashioned flowers with a central boss of stamens and surrounding ruff of papery white petals. The blooms last and dry well. £4.50 Astrantia major - Abriachan Nurseries
Ruby Star The best of the new introductions.
Dark flushed foliage and ruby red flowers.
£5 Astrantia Ruby Star - Abriachan Nurseries, The Garden On Loch Ness
AZORELLA        
trifurcata A fantastic carpeting plant from Empetrum heaths throughout Southern South America. Hence drought and sun proof.
It forms a rock hard creeping green mat - unbelievable
£3.50 Azorella trifurcata - abriachan nurseries the garden on loch ness
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BELLIS Double Daisies
These are the tiny neat button daisies, not the larger seed raised flowers. They are antiques, having been around since 16th Century. Plant where you can appreciate their pretty, neat form. They are lovely mixed with dwarf early bulbs. After flowering, feed them well, and in a month or 2, divide and re-pot, then put in the shade. Watch out for greenfly.
perennis
Alice
Neat pale sugar-pink daisies. An old desirable cultivar £3.50  
rotundifolia
caerulescens
Lovely little lavender blue daisies. Very pretty £3.50  
BERGENIA
Bach
30cm
Excellent red winter foliage and heads of pale pink in spring that age to white. £5  
Bartok
30cm
Brilliant red textured leaves and red flowers in spring . Excellent new variety £5  
Silberlicht
25cm
White flowers in spring on strong leaves. An old reliable plant £5  
BLETILLA (Hardy Orchid)
striata   
15cm
Sparse, sword shaped leaves and pink orchid flowers. Usually recommended for humus rich woodland soil, but ours survives cold winters, drought & overshadowed by a huge Pieris and is doing fine. Maybe some care and it would be wonderful! £6.50  
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CALTHA (Double Marsh Marigold)
palustris plena
30cm
Glistening green leaves and beautiful double flowers. Very striking in a damp area or waterside. £4.50  
CAMPANULA (The Bellflowers)
The bellflowers are an amazing range of plants. They are the backbone of summer borders and simultaneously can be excellent carpeting plants or precious tiny treasures.

cochlearifolia
10cm
Tiny double powder-puff blue bells on a spreading mat. Lovely in a wide shallow pot too. £3.30  
lactiflora
1.2m
Stately blue summer bellflowers.
They bloom with the roses and Mock orange.
Hardy and magnificent
£4.50 Campanula lactiflora - Abriachan Nurseries
lactiflora Pink Seed raised plants off pink parents; a mix of soft pinks. £4  
persicifolia alba coronata
50cm

Wiry stems and perfect little rosettes of white studding the length.

£4.50  
persicifolia
Chettle Charm
60cm
Large open white bells perfectly rimmed with china blue. Beautiful £4.50 Campanula persicifolia Chettle Charm - Abriachan Nurseries
poscharskyana
(Trailing Bellflower)
Bright blue stars of blooms, on trailing stems. Excellent on walls or edging plantings £3.50  
CARDAMINE (Lady's smock family)
pentaphylla
20cm
Very early delicate flowers of purple and pink just before the five digit leaves. An annual event for me each spring £4  
pratense
30cm
Our native lady's smock. Fresh watercress leaves and pretty pink flower. Wonderful emerging from short grass £4  
pratense
Big White
A large, white flowered version of our native Ladies Smock. Very good in short grass or damp meadows. £4  
rhapanifolia
(Cuckoo Flower)
Strong, early pink ladies smock on fresh, cress-green foliage. £4 Cardamine rhapanifolia - Abriachan Nurseries The Garden On Loch Ness
CARDIOCRINUM (Giant Lilies)
giganteum 2.5m
(Giant Himalayan Lilies)
Legendary lilies. Huge whorl of white trumpet flowers, downward facing so the scent and beauty are wonderfully accessible. The seed heads that follow are a feature for a year and more. £9.50 Cardiocrinum giganteum - Abriachan Nurseries
CENTAUREA
Perennial cornflower or Bluebottle. These are long favoured cottage garden plants flowering very early, right after the daffodils.
jacea
40cm
A compact pretty magenta knapweed; open faced and rayed flower heads. £4  
montanum Parham
70cm
(Perennial Cornflower)
An elegant form of this early flowerer; lovely lilac blue blooms. £4 Centuria montanum parham - Abriachan Nurseries The Garden On Loch Ness
CENTRANTHUS
A plant that lives on air, growing from walls and cracks in impossible rock faces.
alba The white variant, excellent clean white flowers on show for many weeks. £4  
rubra
(Wall Valerian) 40cm
Rich red flowers.  Look up at the ramparts of Edinburgh and many castle walls and it is there. £4 Centranthus ruber - Abriachan Nurseries
CHAMAEMELUM
Treneague
(Lawn Chamomile)
The non-flowering Chamomile, lush, fresh green and fabulously aromatic. This is the one used for lawns, but think of it also on a bank or bower or in an arbour….imagine, imagine £2.75 Chamaemelum treneague - abriachan nurseries
    OR £25 for ten
CHIASTOPHYLLUM
oppositifolium
10cm
Neat, shiny, leathery rosettes and yellow catkin flowers; perfect on a wall or rockery and good as an ingredient in planters. £3  
CHRYSANTHEMUM
Its odd, but chrysanthemums were a ubiquitous presence in every garden of my youth, and then suddenly gone. I have tried to find and grow them and revive interest here in Scotland. I am concentrating on the hardiest( not the big show varieties, that are not truly hardy) and hence the easiest to grow.

Carmine Blush
60cm
Neat mounds covered in single pink carmine Chrysanths. October until the snows. £4   AVAILABLE IN JUNE
Chelsea Physic Garden
60cm
Beautiful double ,dusky orange red, bronzed backed petal . Lasted very well as cut flowers. £4   AVAILABLE IN JUNE
Rose Madder
60cm
Strong rose pink single blooms with a yellow eye. Scented. £4   AVAILABLE IN JUNE
CICERBITA
alpina
1.5m
Beautiful branching heads of blue daisies on mounds of large toothed leaves.
A rare Scottish native and we love to sell it.
£5 cicerbita alpina - abriachan nurseries
plumeria
2m
Lilac blue daisies on strong swaying stems. It seeds gently for us and we always have 4 or 5 in the garden each year, always welcome £4.50 Cicerbita plumeria - abriachan nurseries
CIRSIUM
rivulare
atropurpureum
1m
Handsome basal clumps and large open sprays of purple/ red thistles, all without the spines! A remarkably good garden plant, repeat flowering from June to December. £4.50  
CODONOPSIS
clematidea Twining grey stems and leaves and the most glamorous ice blue flower; turn up the bell shaped blooms and the centre is full of purple veins and orange markings. £4  
CONVALLARIA
majalis
(Lily of the Valley)
The lovely white bells with a heart melting fragrance. We sell plants established in pots, that will grow away far better than any dried root pieces.  Also lovely in a container that can be brought indoors for a while to enjoy the blooms      £3 Convallaria majalis - Abriachan Nurseries
  OR £10 for four
majalis rosea Pink flowered form. £3.50  
CORYDALIS
elata
(The Fumitories)
40cm
Green feathered foliage and lovely blue flowers. Does very well for us in woodland conditions. £3.50 Corydalis elata - Abriachan Nurseries 2
flexuosa
Purple Leaf
30cm
Fine purple flushed foliage , and purple/blue flowers. Proving very good in the garden £3.50  
solida
Beth Evans
Pretty soft rose flowers on very early foliage. Lovely with snowdrops. £4 Corydalis solida Beth Evans - abriachan nurseries
solida
George Baker
The same foliage and habit with brick red blooms. Always surprising. £4  
CROCOSMIA (Montbretia)
Great plants for a late summer show, bold and bright.
They increase well and are rewarding to grow.
Anna Marie
80cm
Eye catching orange red. Long flowering period. New variety £4.50  
Canary Bird
50cm
Attractive, floriferous variety with neat bright yellow blooms. £4.50  
Constance
80cm
Startling orange with an open face and yellow centre. Very good. £4.50  
George Davison
70cm
Taller yellow flowered variety. Reliable. £4.50  
Honey Angels
60cm
Attractive bronzed leaves and yellow funnel-shaped flowers; excellent in the garden or containers. £4.50 Crocosmia honey angels - abriachan nurseries
Limpopo
75cm
Upward facing orange/apricot blooms; floriferous and striking in the late summer border. £4.50  
Mistral
75cm
Early flowering variety; upright facing orange flowers, flushing pink with age; striking garden plants. £4 Crocosmia Mistral - abriachan nurseries
Okavango
75cm
A very good vigorous variety apricot orange with a long season in flower. £4.50 Crocosmia okovango - Abriachan Nurseries
paniculata
1.2m
These are the finest and most effective vertical foliage in the spring border. Spears of growth emerge and open into elegant pleated leaves. Persimmon orange flowers in August. First class £4 Crocosmia paniculata - Abriachan Nurseries
Paul’s Best Yellow
1.2m
Tall variety; large golden yellow flowers; flowers open faced and showy. £4.50 Crocosmia Paul's best yellow - abriachan nurseries
CYMBALARIA
acquitriloba alba Tiny, flat ground hugging leaves….the leaves are shiny and shaped and marked like ivy. Flowers for months, neat white toadflax flowers. £3  
muralis
(Kenilworth Ivy /
Ivy-Leaved Toad Flax)
The lovely little violet toad flaxes on tiny ivy like trailing leaves that scramble on and through walls.
I'll bet you have tried taking pieces like me...but they rarely work . You need to raise from seed. Here they are.
£3 Cymbalaria muralis - Abriachan Nurseries The Garden On Loch Ness
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DACTYLORRHIZA
purpurella
(Northern Marsh Orchid)

15cm
A lovely Scots native, popping up throughout our garden. A really dark purple orchid. £5 Dactylorriza purpurella - abriachan nurseries CURRENTLY
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DELOSPERMUM
nubigenum
(Yellow Ice Plant)
A small-leaved hardy succulent that makes good carpets covered with bright yellow flowers. Very useful on dry sunny site. £3  
DIANTHUS (Garden Pinks)
Kesteven Kirkstead
20cm
Large white single pinks with a purple centre marked; flowers on and on; lovely fragrance. £4  
La Bourboule A perfect carpeting pink; neat leaves and tiny pink flowers covering the foliage in June. £3.50  
Red Dwarf Single red flowers; maroon centre and lots of white stamens. £4  
Robina's Daughter
15cm
From a garden on Skye: semi double white with perfect clove fragrance. Good grey carpeting habit. £4  
DIASCIA
rigescens
50cm
Spikes of summer pink blooms that bulk up and give a great display for many months, through to the frosts. Excellent plants £4   CURRENTLY
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DICENTRA
cucullaria
25cm
Dainty glaucous foliage and white waxy bell flowers; humus rich soil part shade. Exquisite. £4.50  
formosa alba
50cm
Pure white flowers on the attractive leaves in spring.
Lovely in shade and woodlands.
£4  
formosa
Cox's Dark Red
30cm
Lovely dark wine red blooms on olive green foliage £4.50  

DIERAMA Wand Flowers or Angel’s Fishing Rods
They are a real feature of our summer garden. Grassy foliage with elegant arching, wiry stems dripping with slender bells, in papery calyxes. Each year we try some new species, and none have disappointed yet, proving both hardy and glamorous.
Excellent in sea side gardens too.

adelphicum
1m
Attractive flared pink bells on an upright plant. £4.50  
igneum
50cm
Open faced bells of a brick red. The hardiest of all we grow and increases well. £4.50 dierama igneum - abriachan nurseries
pulcherrimum
1.2m
Long grassy leaves and arching stems, dripping with lilac pink bells emerging form silver papery calyxes. Exquisite. £4.50 Diermama pulcherrimum - Abriachan Nurseries
DIGITALIS (Foxgloves)
mertonensis
(Strawberry Foxglove)
90 cm
Spires of excellent foxgloves with the colour of strawberry smoothies. Lovely darkly marked inners to the bells. £4  
purpurea alba
2m
The white foxglove.
Stately plants wonderful in shade. Biennial
£4 Digitalis purpurea alba - Abriachan Nurseries
DORONICUM
pardalianches
Giant Leopard's Bane 80cm
Fresh green foliage and a mass of yellow daisies. They fill the gap after daffodils like no other flowering perennial. £4  
DODECATHEON
media
Goliath
30cm
Strong stems of cyclamen-like flowers; lilac pink with yellow tip. £4 Dodecatheon media Goliath - Abriachan Nurseries, The Garden On Loch Ness
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ECHINACEA

tennessensis
Rocky Top 60cm
We have struggled with Echinacea and hence we are looking at this variety. Very close to the species, vigorous and attractive. Purple cone flowers with brown central boss.
Let's give it a go.
£4.50  

ECHINOPS

ritro
Veitch's Blue  
2m
Amazing tattered leaves and strong stems headed up with blue spheres of flower. A midsummer plant, loved by bees and butterflies. £4.50  
EPIMEDIUM
Epimediums make excellent ground cover, they grow just about anywhere, and possess a real air of elegance. The spring flowers are dainty and repay close observation.
The leaves follow and are fresh green, often bronze tinged and veined, lasting through winter.
They work through a planting as stitches in a tapestry.I have also seen them looking terrific in large container plantings, often alone.
x versicolor
sulphureum 
40cm
Lovely, fresh bronze veined foliage and pale lemon flowers. £4.50  
x perralchium Frohnleiten
50cm
Tough evergreen foliage with bronze markings. A good species for dry conditions. Excellent early foliage and yellow flowers. £4.50  
ERINUS
alpinus
5cm
An indispensable small plant. Tiny mauve flowers. Wonderful between pavings, on wall edges…in any corner that needs a lift. Smashing plant. £3 Erinus alpinus - Abriachan Nurseries, The Garden On Loch Ness
ERYNGIUM (Sea hollies)
alpinum  
60cm
The finest and largest sea holly.  Blue lacy ruffs on blue cones. Definitely more Blackadder than Baldrick. £5 Eryngium alpinum - abriachan nurseries CURRENTLY
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bourgatti
Graham Stuart Thomas
30cm
Deeply cut variegated foliage, gives a lacy effect; branching heads of marine blue sea hollies. Floriferous and long in flower. Excellent. £5 Eryngium bourgatti Graham Stuart Thomas - Abriachan Nurseries
giganteum 
(Miss Wilmott's Ghost)
Grow this biennial sea holly in the driest sunniest place and it becomes silver and almost white. Startlingly good. £4.50 Eryngium giganteum - Miss Willmott's Ghost - Abriachan Nurseries
oliveranum  
90cm
Glorious steely blue sea hollies; wonderful on well drained soils. £5   CURRENTLY
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Neptune's Gold
30cm
A terrific new perennial. Golden filigree foliage and bright blue sea hollies. £6   CURRENTLY
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ERYTHRONIUM (Dog's Tooth Violets)
californicum
White Beauty
Creamy white reflexed flowers; cream mottled leaves. £4.50  
dens canis
15cm
Beautiful early flowering rhizomes; dark spotted olive leaves and pink flowers, reflexed like a cyclamen. These are seed raised from our long established plants. £4.50 Erythronium dens canis (Dog's Tooth Violet) - Abriachan Nurseries
Pagoda
20cm
Bright green leaf straps and yellow lantern flowers. Vigorous £4.50  
EUPHORBIA
DON'T FORGET to watch out for Euphorbia sap. It is very irritant to eyes.
cyparissius
Fens Ruby

15cm
Delicate froth of red foliage, resembling sphagnum moss.
Suited to a dry open situation; lime green bracts
£3.50 Euphorbia cyparissius fens ruby - Abriachan Nurseries, The Garden On Loch Ness
griffithi
Dixter
1m
Interesting early red shoots appear in March/ April, followed by upright bronzed stems and leaves and topped by vivid orange bracts. Excellent and attractive. £4.80  
polychroma
25cm 
Tidy spring growth topped with a golden yellow bract show. Some autumn colour too. £4.50 Euphorbia polycroma - abriachan nurseries
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