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Perennials, Bulbs & Bamboo

euphorbia griffithii fireglow © 2013A vigorous grower with upright stems cloaked in narrow red-tinged leaves and showy orange-red flowers in the summer months. Name aptly describes the bright flower heads. Considered easy to grow even in cold climates. 

Origin: Europe

euphorbia lambii © 2014Lime green flowers in spring sit atop the symmetrically crowned foliage. The plant forms a clear trunk with the light green leaves arising mid way up the stem.Protect from frost until it is established. 
 
Origin: Canary Islands

Euphorbia martiniiHardy and compact shrub with widespread use in Mediterranean style gardens. Grey-green foliage with reddish new tips. Great for rockeries and containers.

Origin: Southern Europe

euphorbia mellifera © 2014Grown for a combination of its foliage and its honey-scented flowers. Bright green leaves with a central white marking. Small scented flowers during the spring months. RHS Award of Garden Merit.

Origin: Madeira

Euphorbia Rigida Stunning displays of silvery green foliage and brilliant lime green flowers. Extremely dry tolerant and great for adding a sculptural element to the garden.

Origin: Southern Europe

euphorbia schillingii © bron anderson A robust and hardy shrub with erect stems. Narrow deep green leaves and terminal clusters of bright yellow flowers.

Origin: Nepal

gunnera manicata © 2013(Giant Rhubarb) A large clump-forming perennial with very impressive foliage. The diameter of the leaves can reach over 4 foot. Grows best in damp conditions but dislikes winter and the cold and wet. Believed to be edible when young, however there is no direct relation to rhubarb.

Origin: South America 

Spectacular elegance

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Genie

Opulent rosy-red flowers

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Felix

Quick to bloom

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Black Tulip

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