Iberis Masterpiece, commonly known as Candytuft. Hardy evergreen perennial which grows into a perfect mound. This wonderful hybrid was developed with especially large flowers which are pure white with small yellow centres and are produced in succession from Spring through into Autumn and are contrasted beautifully by the deep green foliage.
Iberis Pink Ice, commonly known as Candytuft. A hardy evergreen perennial which forms a mound of narrow, deep green foliage. This improved form has a very long flowering period and the pink flowers are produced in flattened heads above the foliage from Spring through till Autumn, these are attractive to butterflies.
Imperata Red Baron, commonly known as a Japanese blood Grass. A spreading deciduous grass which forms a loose clump of upright green leaves tipped which become tipped with bright red, which spreads over the whole leaf as autumn approaches. Hardy.
Incarvillea Delavayi is a perennial that carries stunning mauve-pink large trumpet like lobed flowers with a yellowish throat which appear before the foliage, on tall straight stems.
Iris Pelion Hills is a striking dwarf iris grown from seed collected in the Pelion Hills in Greece, it forms a clump of strongly upright pale green leaves from which flowers deep purple blue upright petals and recurved purple sepals with yellow throats are produced in early summer on short stems 30cm high.
Iris setosa is a very compact form of this popular and attractive clump forming Iris with upright narrow green leaves and bearing striking blue flowers in June and July. Once mature clumps may need to be divided to refresh the plant and maintain vigour.
Iris tectorum is a stately springtime flower and is native to the Himalaya where it can be found growing in large clumps in meadows or on grassy slopes. Semi evergreen strap like foliage and in early Summer spikes carrying pale blue flowers up to 10cm across are produced, though each flower lasts a short time each stem produces several.
Itea Henry\'s Garnet is a deciduous shrub with bright green oblong leaves which turn a stunning wine red in the autumn. White, fragrant flowers bloom in the summer.
Knautia Melton Pastels is an easy to grow, clump forming herbaceous perennial. Melton Pastels form a mound of deep green, dissected and leaves from which rise stems bearing flattened, pincushion heads of flowers in shades of red, mauve, pink and salmon from early Summer through into the Autumn.
Knautia Thunder and Lightning is an attractive variegated form of this well known garden perennial. Knautia Thunder and Lightning has light green leaves with a creamy white margin, from these tall stems arise bearing raspberry red pin-cushion like flowers these combine with the foliage to make a stunning display from late Spring through till Autumn - butterflies love these flowers.
Kniphofia caulescens, commonly known as Red Hot Poker – A species that originated in South Africa. It forms a thick woody based stem with large blue grey leaves up to 1m long. Flowers are produced in late summer and are fat, coral-red turning yellow with age and producing a multi coloured spire.
Kniphofia Lemon Popsicle, commonly known as Red Hot Poker, Torch Lily. A clump forming perennial that has been bred to be both compact and extremely free flowering. Dark green foliage gives rise to upright stems bearing masses of yellow flowers from June through till October which are attractive to butterflies and other pollinators.
Kniphofia Mango Popsicle, commonly known as Red Hot Poker, Torch Lily. A clump forming perennial that has been bred to be both compact and extremely free flowering. Dark green foliage gives rise to upright stems bearing masses of glowing orange flowers from June through till October which are attractive to butterflies and other pollinators.
Kniphofia Redhot Popsicle, commonly known as Red Hot Poker, Torch Lily. A clump forming perennial that has been bred to be both compact and extremely free flowering. Dark green foliage gives rise to upright stems bearing masses of fiery cinnamon red flowers from June through till October which are attractive to butterflies and other pollinators.
Laurus nobilis, commonly known as a Sweet Bay, Bay Laurel. Slow growing evergreen shrub. Leaves may be used as a flavouring in soups and stews, always wash leaves before use. Small, pale yellow green flowers in spring.
Lavandula Garden Beauty is an EXCLUSIVE, it\'s our own selection. Hardy variegated lavender that carries tall blue-purple flowers.
Lavandula Havanna is an English Lavender. A compact new selection of this classic garden plant. Havanna forms a tight mound of Silvery foliage which looks good throughout the winter too. In early Summer and again in late Summer prolific, richly aromatic dark blue flowers are produced on upright stems, these have delicate paler markings giving it the appearance of being bi coloured.
Lavandula Hidcote is a classic compact lavender selected at the famous Hidcote Gardens in Gloucestershire. Forms a mound of grey-green aromatic foliage. Throughout the summer spikes bearing clusters of rich deep violet blue scented flowers are produced - remove spent flowers to encourage repeat flowering.
Lavandula Melissa Lilac is an English Lavender - bright silvered aromatic foliage and chunky lilac flowers and make this one a little different from the rest as it is a very vigorous form up to, which works well as a specimen.
Lavandula Munstead is a popular compact lavender. Highly scented blue flowers in summer which attract butterflies and bees over a mound of aromatic silver evergreen foliage.
Lavandula Rosea is an English Lavender - Delicate pink flowers and grey foliage make this one a little different from the rest. A vigorous form up to 50cm high.
Lavandula Heavenly Angel has grey-green dense compact aromatic foliage which produce masses of white flower spikes throughout the summer. Enjoyed as a cut flower.
Lavandula Vera is a very attractive aromatic shrub which has lovely silver-grey foliage and prolific lavender blue flowers in summer.
Lavandula Lusi Pink is a new variety selected as a seedling from L. lusitanica which is amongst the hardiest of the Lavenders! It makes a strong, durable and fragrant plant - mounds of silver foliage and tall strong stems which lift the long and prolific heads of purple flowers topped with pink flags well above the foliage. The flowers are produced from early Summer through till Autumn.
Lavandula Lusi Purple is a new variety selected as a seedling from L. lusitanica which is amongst the hardiest of the Lavenders! It makes a strong, durable and fragrant plant - mounds of silver foliage and tall strong stems which lift the long and prolific heads of purple flowers topped with purple flags well above the foliage. The flowers are produced from early Summer through till Autumn.
Lavandula Hazel is a French Lavender. This variety was selected in Australia for its particularly large winged flowers of deep purple with paler violet flags. These are carried above richly aromatic silvered foliage. It is earlier to flower than other French Lavenders and if spent flowers are removed it will continue to flower throughout the entire season through till Autumn.
Lavandula Regal Splendour is a French Lavender. Highly aromatic green foliage which forms a dense mound shaped plant with a compact habit. In early summer and again in late summer if trimmed purple-violet flags on royal purple flowers are produced.
Lavandula Corsica is a striking variety which was raised at here Lowaters Nursery. Probably a seedling of the species which has attracted silvered foliage and masses of slightly rounded purple heads.
Lavandula Fathead is a French Lavender. This variety forms a dense compact mound of richly aromatic foliage, and large purple flower heads with lighter purple ears are produced all summer.
Lavandula Helmsdale is a French Lavender. A mound forming evergreen shrub with richly aromatic silvered foliage and throughout the summer bearing stunning burgundy-purple flowers, adds a touch of the mediterranean to your garden!
Lavandula Lilac Wings is a French Lavender. A dwarf evergreen shrub with aromatic silver foliage. Large purple flower heads with conspicuous lilac bracts which are produced all throughout summer.
Lavandula Pretty Polly is a French Lavender. A beautiful variety with soft, silvery, richly aromatic foliage. From early Summer through till Autumn flowers are carried on strong stems above the foliage bearing masses of tiny blue flowers and topped with white bracts creating a bicolour flower head.
Lavandula Snowman is a dwarf French Lavender. A compact variety with richly aromatic silvered foliage which forms a dense mound and produces white flowers in summer attracts butterflies and other pollinators.
Lavatera Baby Barnsley is a striking vigorous semi-evergreen perennial which has deeply lobed, felty pale green leaves carried on strong upright stems. From early summer to autumn prolific pale pinkish white flowers with a darker pink centre are carried up the stem.
Lavatera Bicolour (syn L. bicolour), commonly known as a Mallow. A vigorous, shrubby evergreen perennial that produces masses of bi-coloured flowers in pale lilac with deep purple centres all throughout summer. Can be trimmed back hard in spring to ensure vigorous flowering shoots are produced each season.
Lavatera Blushing Bride , commonly known as a Mallow. This striking form of vigorous semi evergreen perennial which has deeply lobed, felty pale green leaves carried on strong upright stems and from early summer to autumn prolific white-pink flowers with pale-pink centres are carried up the stem which darken to pink in autumn.
Lavatera Bredon Springs, commonly known as a Mallow. A strong growing semi evergreen shrub with lobed grey green leaves on tall stems and throughout the Summer masses of funnel shaped mauve - pink flowers are produced up the stems.
Lavatera Candy Floss, commonly known as a dwarf Mallow. This striking form of vigorous semi evergreen perennial which has deeply lobed, felty pale green leaves carried on strong upright stems and from early summer to autumn prolific pale pink flowers with darker centres are carried up the stems.
Lavatera Eye Catcher, commonly known as a Mallow. A vigorous, shrubby, evergreen perennial that produces masses of lilac flowers with dark pink veins and a ruby eye all summer long, easy to grow in most conditions and puts on a stunning show all summer long. Best grown in full sun to light shade.
Lavatera maritima (syn L. bicolour), commonly known as a Mallow. A vigorous, shrubby evergreen perennial that produces masses of bi coloured flowers in pale lilac with deeper purple centre all summer, easy to grow in most conditions and puts on a stunning show all summer long.
Lavatera olbia Rosea, commonly known as a Mallow. This is a fast growing semi evergreen shrub with strong upright stems bearing many open funnel shaped rose pink flowers, which are produced all throughout the summer. Easy to grow plant which will be a star performer in your garden!
Lavatera Silver Barnsley, commonly known as a Mallow. An attractive semi-evergreen shrub with striking silver foliage foliage and an upright habit which produces masses of white flowers maturing to pink with dark pink eyes all summer long, attracts butterflies and other pollinators, easy to grow in most soils in full sun to light shade.
Lavatera Barnsley, commonly known as a Mallow. An attractive semi-evergreen shrub with mid green foliage and an upright habit which produces masses of white flowers maturing to pink with dark pink eyes all summer long. Attracts butterflies and other pollinators.
Leonotis leonurus, commonly known as Lions Ear is an upright semi-evergreen deciduous shrub which is native to South Africa. It has lance shaped mid green leaves which are lightly hairy. From late summer to early winter whorls of tubular bright shocking orange flowers are produced.
Leucanthemum Dwarf Snow Lady is a compact dwarf plant with white, yelow eyed daisy like flowers. Perfect for the front of a border or in a mixed container. Remove spent flowers to encourage further blooming.
Leucanthemum Real Charmer, also known as Shasta Daisy. No border is complete without this classic Summer flowering perennial. Real Charmer combines a garden classic with modern breeding to bring a robust plant with beautiful flowers over a long period. The deep green foliage develops strong upright stems from mid Summer Into early Autumn, these carry multiple large flowers with fringed central petals the creamy lemon petals are highlighted by the golden yellow centres.
Leucanthemum Real Galaxy, also known as Shasta Daisy. No border is complete without this classic Summer flowering perennial. Real Galaxy combines a garden classic with modern breeding to bring a robust plant with beautiful flowers over a long period. The deep green foliage develops strong upright stems from mid Summer Into early Autumn, these carry multiple flowers with narrow white fringed petals surrounding a golden yellow centre.
Leucanthemum Real Glory is a wonderful Summer flowering herbaceous perennial with dark green leaves. From mid Summer large numbers of flowers are produced on strong, upright, branching stems, these carry the large white petalled flowers which have a contrasting yellow eye. As the flowers age the petals gradually fold back.
Leucanthemum Real Neat is a wonderful Summer flowering herbaceous perennial with dark green leaves. From mid Summer large numbers of flowers are produced on strong, upright, branching stems, these carry the large flowers with their unusual fluted, horizontal petals which surround the golden yellow eye.
Leycesteria Golden Lanterns is also known as Himalayan Honeysuckle, Pheasant Berry. This is a superb shrub with vibrant golden foliage which provides a perfect foliage for the wine red and white flowers which are produced in pendant racemes from July to September, these are followed by glossy purple berries which are a favourite of the birds (particularly Pheasants!)
Liatris spicata Kobold, commonly known as Gayfeather. A compact forming herbaceous perennial with thin grass like foliage and tall upright violet-lilac flowers which burst open from the top down.
Libertia grandiflora is a rhizomatous evergreen perennial from New Zealand which forms dense clumps of linear, upright leathery leaves up to 75cm long and in late spring and early summer produces upright stems bearing many small white flowers held clearly above the foliage.
Libertia Highlander is an evergreen perennial. Small grassy non-running mounds whose leaves are intensely coloured with a golden mid-rib, particularly prominent in winter. Prolific flowerer, producing branched stems of white iris-like blooms in early summer followed by attractive and very long lasting ornamental berries.
Libertia peregrinans is a spreading evergreen clump-forming perennial from New Zealand with Iris-like foliage of brilliant orange and green which forms dense slowly spreading clumps and masses of white flowers in mid summer carried on upright stems above the foliage.
Libertia Taupo Sunset is a lovely clump forming perennial variety that was selected in New Zealand for its blaze of orange, yellow and red foliage which turns deeper hues in the winter months, in early to mid summer upright stems bearing heads of small white flowers are produced, these are carried above the foliage.
Ligustrum Lemon and Lime Clippers is a beautiful dwarf semi-evergeen shrub with a compact habit, slow growing and suitable for topiary. The lime green foliage with darker green markings and slightly wavy edge provides a contrast for other plants in a border.
Limonium vulgare, commonly known as Sea Lavender. A beautiful hardy perennial British native plant. A low mound of green foliage is formed and from this upright stems which flatten at the tops bearing attractive papery pale lilac blooms along the flattened stem.
Lophomyrtus Magic Dragon is a stunning new hybrid which was found as a sport of Lophomyrtus Red Dragon. This plant makes an elegant evergreen shrub with a creamy white margin and plummy hues which improve in the winter months. In summer masses of small white flowers are produced.
Lophomyrtus Pixie is a beautiful compact shrub which forms a low mound of green to bronze dark foliage which intensifies during the winter. In early summer a profusion of small white flowers are produced.
Lophomyrtus Red Dragon is a stunning evergreen. Brilliant reddish-pink new shoots mature to deep red-burgundy in winter.
Lophomyrtus Black Pearl is a striking new form raised by Steve Yandell in Cornwall. A evergreen shrub with deep purple foliage which turns black in the colder months. In early summer a profusion of small white flowers are produced.
Lophomyrtus Little Star is a beautiful little evergreen shrub with a compact spreading habit. Small rounded cream and pink variegated leaves are produced which intensifies throughout winter.
Lophomyrtus Logans Form, also known as New Zealand Myrtle. This is an attractive evergreen shrub with small green leaves which are variegated with lime and which are contrasted by the red stems and leaf stalks. In late summer it bears large round white flowers which develop into dark red berries.
Lupinus Manhattan Lights is a striking, clump forming architectural perennial, this variety combines an old garden classic with modern breeding producing exquisite flowers which are purple and yellow carried on dense heads to 60cm long.
Lupinus Persian Slipper is a striking, clump forming architectural perennial, this variety combines an old garden classic with modern breeding producing exquisite blue flowers carried on dense heads to 60cm long.
Lysimachia atropurpurea is a striking rosette forming perennial with burgundy flower spikes on long slender stems flower continuously from May to September. The attractive, crinkled, rosettes of silver-green foliage are an excellent foil for the flowers, which are also attractive to butterflies.