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Giant-headed Allium In the last few years, large flowering Alliums have become the fashionable showy bulb in the British garden. Flowers last for weeks and are ideal for cut flowers in long graceful vases.

Allium Purple Sensation Tight fist size heads of vivid purple. Plant in clumps anywhere in the border. They are best left undisturbed where they will naturalise and multiply.

Alliums are still top of any garden designers list. The unusual and often striking flower heads compliment the modern cottage garden. Alliums left undisturbed in well-drained soil will naturalise and give years of pleasure.

Alliums are still top of any garden designers list. The unusual and often striking flower heads compliment the modern cottage garden. Alliums left undisturbed in well-drained soil will naturalise and give years of pleasure.

This stunning variety is one of the most eye catching hydrangeas available. This robust, hardy shrub makes a superb addition to borders or large patio containers.

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Glam Rock' (Horwack) - Shrubs & Roses - Thompson & Morgan colorful flowers, gardening, landscaping: I love hydrangeas, but I've never seen any like this.

Bulbs for pots For the best possible display of spring bulbs in pots, the technique of planting pots in layers extends the period of interest and looks great. This combination can produce a display of flowers from early March through to May.

Bulbs for pots For the best possible display of spring bulbs in pots, the technique of planting pots in layers extends the period of interest and looks great. This combination can produce a display of flowers from early March through to May.

Pheasant eye narcissus This variety is over 100 years old and is of the poeticus type. It is the last variety in the garden to flower, a novelty when most Narcissi have disappeared a month earlier.

Pheasant eye narcissus This variety is over 100 years old and is of the poeticus type. It is the last variety in the garden to flower, a novelty when most Narcissi have disappeared a month earlier.

Puschkinia libanotica Puschkinia are a little known spring bulb, however it is one of the easiest to grow - trouble free, reliable and willnaturalise for an increasing display year after year.

Russian Snowdrop - Other Flower Bulbs & Tubers - Thompson & Morgan March-April can bake in the sun, low maintenance

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