Echinacea Butterfly Kisses, commonly known as a Cone flower. This variety features fragrant light ray petal flowers which surround a pink pompom cone which rise up on dark green stems. Excellent in a border or a mixed container.
Echinacea Cleopatra, commonly known as a Cone flower. This variety features fragrant single to semi-double yellow lemon flowers which surround an orange cone. Excellent in a border or a mixed container.
Echinacea Julia, commonly known as a Cone flower. This variety features fragrant tangerine orange flowers which surround a copper cone which rise above deep green foliage. Excellent in a border or a mixed container.
Echinacea Meringue, commonly known as a Cone flower. This variety features fragrant white petals which surround a creamy-yellow pompom with apple-green centres. Flowers fade a lighter yellow through the season. Excellent in a border or a mixed container.
Echinacea Purple Emperor, commonly known as a Cone flower. This variety features large, fragrant magenta-purple flowers which turn a lighter pink through the season. Excellent in a border or a mixed container.
Echinops Arctic Glow, also known as a White Globe Thistle. A vigorous clump forming perennial with deep green foliage from which tall, sturdy stems bearing white ball shaped flowers are produced in mid to late Summer, during the flowering season attracts butterflies and bees.
Echinops Platinum Blue, also known as Globe Thistle. A beautiful clump forming garden perennial with silvery, slightly spiny thistle foliage which creates a dense clump and in July to September produces tall upright, branched flower stems bearing round, ball shaped dark blue flowers. The plant is particularly attractive to bees and butterflies.
Erigeron glaucus Sea Breeze is a hardy herbaceous evergreen perennial. A superb showy plant ideal for containers, borders and rockeries, producing masses of large daisy-like flowers of pink with yellow centre in summer and autumn.
Erysimum Artist Monet\'s Moment, commonly known as Wallflower. This new perennial variety forms a dense clump of deep green foliage which is a perfect backdrop for the long fragrant spikes of orange-red and mauve-purple veined flowers from late spring through until summer.
Erysimum Artist Paintbox, commonly known as Wallflower. A new perennial variety that forms a dense clump of foliage with masses of strongly scented multi coloured flowers which are carried on upright stems from early April right through until summer.
Erysimum Bowle\'s Mauve, commonly known as Wallflower. A classic garden perennial variety, well tried and tested with deep green foliage which forms a dense mound of foliage with masses of stems bearing rich mauve scented flowers April onwards.
Erysimum Desert Island, commonly known as Wallflower. This perennial forms a dense clump of foliage with clusters of scented golden yellow flowers which are carried on upright stems from February right through until summer.
Erysimum Golden Jubilee has bright green foliage with golden yellow flowers from spring to early summer. Ideal for containers, front of borders and rock gardens.
Erysimum linifolium variegatum, commonly known as Wallflower. A particularly attractive perennial selection with lance shaped foliage with a creamy white margin, from April till July deep purple flowers are produced on long flowering stems which provide a great contrast against the foliage.
Erysimum Spice Island, commonly known as Wallflower. This perennial forms a dense clump of foliage with clusters of scented orange-red and purple flowers that change colour with age which are carried on upright stems from April right through until summer.
Erysimum Sunburst, commonly known as Wallflower. This hardy perennial forms a dense clump of bright golden variegated foliage which is the perfect highlight for the masses of richly fragrant sunny yellow flowers which are carried on upright stems from late Spring through Summer.
Erysimum Winter Sorbet, commonly known as Wallflower. This hardy perennial forms a dense clump of mid green foliage which is the perfect compliment for the masses of richly fragrant multi coloured flowers which range from orange, pink and purple which are carried on upright stems from late Winter to early Summer.
Escallonia Glowing Embers **Brand New 2018** is a new golden compact slightly spreading evergreen shrub selected at Lowaters Nursery. New leaves are flushed orange red on bright red stems, these slowly turn golden and then to pale green when mature. Best grown in full sun or semi shade and any moist fertile soil. Can be used in patio containers, border planting or as a low hedge. Golden foliage will look good planted with darker foliage plants.
Escallonia Gold Ellen is a compact evergreen shrub with bright golden yellow new growth developing a central splash of green. Large heads of upright rosy pink flowers are produced in late Summer. As an evergreen golden plant this cant be beaten, easy to grow and glowing golden in the winter it\'s perfect to add structure to your garden.
Escallonia Pink Elle is a new hardy evergreen shrub which has deep green glossy leaves and a compact habit, it is also extremely free flowering. The flowers are pink fading to white in the centres and are carried in dense upright clusters at the top of the shoots in early Summer and then again in Autumn.
Eucalyptus Baby Blue, also known as Powered Gum. Compact variety with silvery blue heart shaped young leaves. Stems are covered in a white bloom. Plant in full sun or partial shade in moist but well drained soil in a sheltered position.
Euonymus Blondy is an easy to grow evergreen shrub which was selected by Chris Bolwyn in the Netherlands and has become a classic, easy to grow evergreen shrub. The dark green glossy foliage has strong bright golden centres to the leaves.
Euonymus Emerald Gaiety is a classic compact hardy evergreen shrub with rounded emerald green leaves with a white edge. This variety is widely grown due to its robust habit and ability to thrive in almost any situation.
Euonymus Emerald n Gold is a classic compact hardy evergreen shrub. Bright green leaves edged bright yellow which almost glow when fresh in the spring. In winter it is tinged with pink. This plant is often seen due to its robust habit and stunning display all year round.
Euonymus Golden Harlequin is a new variety of this popular evergreen shrub with striking golden speckled foliage and a compact habit.
Euonymus Harlequin is a slow growing prostrate evergreen. New growth pure white becoming speckled green and white with pink tinges in winter.
Euonymus Duc d Anjou is an easy to grow attractive evergreen shrub. Foliage is green with central yellow splashes and yellow stems.
Eupatorium Baby Joe is a beautiful new hardy perennial. This is a smaller form (75cm) of this classic garden plant which produces sturdy, upright stems bearing deep green leaves which are topped from mid Summer into Autumn with large domed clusters of purple flowers which are a magnet to butterflies.
Euphorbia Purpurea is a very striking \"Wood Spurge\" with a low spreading habit and deep purple / maroon evergreen leaves and stems Throughout June and July stunning acid yellow flowers are produced on short stems above the foliage - a stunning contrast with the foliage.
Euphorbia Baby Charm is a hybrid cross of E. x martinii. Forms a compact neat mound of bronze-green foliage with short flowering stems sitting just above the foliage. In spring apple green flowers are produced with yellow centres and red capsules.
Euphorbia Portuguese Velvet is an architectural evergreen. An unusual and less often seen variety with velvety blue-grey-green foliage carried in whorls around the upright stems, green flowers with maroon centres in spring to early summer.
Euphorbia wulfenii is a classic garden variety with glaucous foliage and strong upright stems bearing huge yellow / green flowers in spring through to summer.
Euphorbia Black Pearl is a striking form with whorls of slightly blue evergreen foliage around the upright stems and large heads of pale green flowers with a strong black eye in late spring.
Euphorbia Glacier Blue is a stunning introduction which forms a dense evergreen mound with glaucous blue foliage which has a contrasting, silvery white margin to the leaf, from late Spring through into Summer large heads of flowers are produced which creamy white with a green eye. In June remove flowering stems right down to the base to encourage new shoots to form.
Euphorbia Despina is a compact growing variety with glaucous blue - green evergreen foliage which forms a dense mound. In spring sprays of greenish yellow flowers are produced with a yellow eye.
Euphorbia Efanthia is a compact Evergreen Perennial. This delightful variety has deep green upper surfaces to the leaf and red undersides, in spring the whole tips turn deep red as the flowers start to develop.
Euphorbia myrsinites is an evergreen perennial with a low trailing habit. The powdery blue angular foliage forms dense whorls along the stems, the leaves are fleshy giving the appearance of a succulent plant. In late Spring and Summer dense heads of yellow flowers up to 10cm across are produced at the ends of the shoots.
Euphorbia polychroma is a deciduous, compact, rounded perennial with attractive mid-green leaves. In late Spring and Early Summer clusters of bright greenish yellow flowers are produced at the end of the shoots turning the plant into a glowing mound of yellow.
Euphorbia polychroma Purpurea is a stunning burgundy-purple foliage which contrast with the bright greenish-yellow flowers that appear in mid to late spring.
Euphorbia Redwing is a stunning compact hybrid with deep green foliage and bronzed tips to the foliage in the winter months and a mass of yellow flowers from late spring to summer.
Euphorbia Robbiae, commonly known as Wood Spurge / Mrs Robbs Bonnett. A compact, spreading, variety which makes an excellent groundcover. It grown short stems with rosettes of deep green leaves and long lasting lime - green flowers from late spring.
Euphorbia Shorty is a compact-growing variety which, unlike many other euphorbias, is small enough to grow in a container. It boasts excellent blue-green foliage in summer, which turns to bright shades of red and purple in winter. Then in spring, as the new leaves emerge yellow and chartreuse, the plants are topped with vibrant, sulphur-yellow blooms. Flowers from March till May
Euphorbia Tasmanian Tiger has stunning greyish evergreen foliage around the upright stems of creamy bracts with a green eye. Remove spent flowers to encourage further flowering in the summer.
Euphorbia Ascot Rainbow is a stunning new variegated variety selected as a sport from E. x martinii in Australia. Has beautiful foliage which is blue green with golden margins and reddish hues in the winter as the tips start to form flower buds. From February through till May large heads of creamy lime, green and yellow flowers are produced.
Euryops Pectinatus is a South African native shrub will not fail to amaze. Vibrant, large yellow daisy flowers sit on domes of glaucus, silvery green toothed or combed foliage for spring and into summer. Ht 120 x 100cm. Flowers from April through to October.