Watsonia pillansii, commonly known as Bugle Lily. Clump forming courmous perennial with sword shaped leaves. Upright flower spikes are produced in summer with tubular flowers which are shocking bright orange and really stand out in a border.
Weigela florida Alexandra Wine and Roses is lovely hybrid raised by Herman Geers in the Netherlands, Alexandra is also known as wine and roses and has stunning dark purple glossy foliage and deep wine red flowers which provide a very attractive contrast to each other, if trimmed lightly after the first flush of flowers then it will re-flower in late summer.
Weigela Monet is a striking deciduous shrub, with attractive young leaves pink-tinged, creamy-white and green in summer clusters of pink flowers are produced. Trim straight after flowering to encourage new growth that will flower the following year.
Weigela florida Variegata is a dwarf deciduous shrub with attractive variegated foliage with a creamy white margin, in early summer masses of deep pink tubular flowers are produced, trim directly after flowering to produce shoots that will flower the following season.
Weigela middendorffiana is a wonderful upright deciduous shrub with large bright green leaves 8cm long. From mid Spring to mid Summer bell shaped, pale yellow flowers with an orange throat are carried in clusters at the end of the shoots. It is not often seen as a shrub which is a shame as the flowers are exceptional.
Weigela Pink Poppet is a dwarf deciduous shrub. Deep green leaves which contrast well with the masses of pink flowers late spring-early summer and again late summer.
Weigela Ruby Anniversary, which is bred by Peter Moore. This deciduous shrub was selected for it\'s compact habit and prolific flowering. The plant forms a dense mound with bronze flushed dark green leaves and in early Summer is smothered in pendant, red tubular flowers which almost cover the plant.
Weigela Victoria is a striking compact deciduous shrub with deep purple foliage and in early summer masses of deep reddish pink trumpet shaped flowers carried in clusters on the previous seasons growth.