GYPSOPHILA paniculata Bristol Fairy
Pure white double flowers July-Aug. Ht. 100cm. Sp. 60cm.
Needs light and air. Sun. Well drained soil. Lovely for
lightening a border
Selected in New Zealand, the New Millennium Delphinium
strains outperform all other tall types and offer some
astonishingly rich shades. This variety produces tall, stately
spires with frilly double flowers of creamy white. Stems
may require staking in windy areas, best done before they
reach 3 feet or so in height. Removing spent spikes right
after flowering will encourage repeat blooming in fall. In hot,
humid summer regions Delphinium plants do not usually
last more than 2 to 3 years. For best flowering use a high
phosphorous fertilizer each year, in early spring.
Delphinium New Millenium 'Double Innocence'
Leucanthemum × superbum ‘Becky’
No sunny border would seem complete without the familiar presence of Shasta Daisies. This is a very tall selection that exhibits excellent tolerance to summer
heat and humidity.
Flowers are large single white daisies with a yellow eye, valued in the garden and excellent for cutting. Divide plants every 2 to 3 years to maintain vigour.
Removing faded flowers regularly will greatly increase the blooming time. May require staking if grown in rich soil. Attractive to butterflies
West Country Lupin Polar Princess
The Lupin is a much-loved cottage garden plant. The 'Westcountry' Lupins are class-
leading, selected for disease tolerance, upright stems, perfect flower form and clear
colours; it's the epitome of a good garden plant! They're uniform and hardy with large
flowers in a great range of colours, and their strong, bushy, upright habit means that
staking is not necessary.Polar Princess - Creamy buds, opening to snow-white.Flowers
July-August. Height 80-90cm (32-36"); spread 50-60cm (20-24")
'Phlox paniculata 'David
David' is a white Phlox that is extremely free flowering, maintaining
a very full display from mid-July well into September.
It has a vigorous habit of growth and produces sturdy stems that
will not be pushed around by wind and weather.
Furthermore, it has the best mildew resistance of any white Phlox
we have ever encountered.