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Buy yarrow Achillea filipendulina 'Cloth of Gold': Delivery by Crocus

Buy yarrow Achillea filipendulina 'Cloth of Gold': Delivery by Crocus

Diascia 'Flying Colours Appleblossom' A tender, trailing, mat-forming, semi-evergreen perennial, often grown as an annual, with ovate, light green leaves and, in summer and early autumn, short, wiry stems bearing loose racemes of pale pink flowers with darker pink centres.

Diascia 'Flying Colours Appleblossom' A tender, trailing, mat-forming, semi-evergreen perennial, often grown as an annual, with ovate, light green leaves and, in summer and early autumn, short, wiry stems bearing loose racemes of pale pink flowers with darker pink centres.

A compact variety with blue-purple flowers

A compact variety with blue-purple flowers

Astragalus-- is a large genus of about 3,000 species of herbs and small shrubs, belonging to the legume family Fabaceae and the subfamily Faboideae. It is the largest genus of plants in terms of described species.[1] The genus is native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Common names include Milkvetch (most species), Locoweed (in N America, some species) and goat's-thorn. Some pale-flowered vetches are similar in appearance, but vetches are more

Astragalus-- is a large genus of about 3,000 species of herbs and small shrubs, belonging to the legume family Fabaceae and the subfamily Faboideae. It is the largest genus of plants in terms of described species.[1] The genus is native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Common names include Milkvetch (most species), Locoweed (in N America, some species) and goat's-thorn. Some pale-flowered vetches are similar in appearance, but vetches are more

Tulbaghia violacea 'Society garlic' The flowers and leaves of this pretty purple plant have a delicious garlicky taste and are perfect for revving up salads. The plant's nickname is said to arise from the fact that it was considered less likely to cause bad breath than traditional garlic - thus making it acceptable to eat when attending polite society functions.

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Tulbaghia violacea 'Society garlic' The flowers and leaves of this pretty purple plant have a delicious garlicky taste and are perfect for revving up salads. The plant's nickname is said to arise from the fact that it was considered less likely to cause bad breath than traditional garlic - thus making it acceptable to eat when attending polite society functions.

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