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Campanula tall double purple - 5 pieces
5 pieces sent barerooted in damp newspaper in a bag to conserve moisture. Height to about 80 cms. Ground cover with tall spikes of double purple flowers in summer. Long flowering. Sun. Winter dormant.
Price: $18.00
Campanula 'Van Houtei'
(Mystic Bells). 60 cms. A pretty and popular clump forming ground cover for a sunny area. A constant abundance of gorgeous large mid blue flowers over many weeks from late spring to autumn. A light trim encourages new flushes of flowers.  Winter dormant. 
Price: $8.00
Campanula 'Van Houtei' - 5 pieces
5 pieces of this stunnning ground cover which is clump forming. Height to about 60 cms. Large mid-blue flowers late spring to autumn. Winter dormant.
Price: $18.00
Cardiocrinum giganteum

COLLECT MID OCTOBER ONWARDS UNTIL DORMANT. (Giant Lily). To 4 metres. Large sized bulbs- about 5/6 yrs. One of the most spectacular plants for a woodland type garden. Autumn - mid Winter dormant.


Price: $18.00
Centaurea dealbata - dark pink
Height to 60 cms. Very pretty dark pink flowers over divided foliage. Sun or part shade. Tolerates drier conditions. Attracts bees and butterflies. Winter dormant.
Price: $9.00
Centaurea montana
Perennial cornflower. To about 40 cms in height. Deep blue, spidery flowers from spring. Sun or part shade. Ground cover. Winter dormant.
Price: $8.00
Cimicifuga racemosa
(Bugbane). To 1.2 metres.. Tall wands of creamy white bottle-brush flowers are held high above bright green, lacy foliage from mid-summer onwards. Splendid for cutting! Bugbanes prefer a moist, rich soil, away from hungry tree roots. Will tolerate full sun in cool summer regions, otherwise be sure to protect from hot afternoon sun. Winter dormant. 
Price: $10.00
Clianthus puniceus
(Kakabeak). Red variety. A woody legumey shrub native to the North Island, with striking clusters of red flowers. These flowers resemble the beak of a New Zealand parrot, and the plant is also known as Parrot's Beak, Parrot's Bill and Lobster Claw. An endangered species in the wild. Widely grown as a garden plant. Grows to about 2 metre high with spreading branches producing leaf stalks up to 15 cm long bearing several pairs of small leaflets. They usually flower from spring through to early summer, but can flower twice a year or even all year round. 30 seeds 2018.
Price: $4.00
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