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Aster dumosus Wood’s Blue 



Also known as Michaelmas Daisies these old favourites bloom from late summer into fall with lots of intense blue, long lasting, daisy-like flowers. They are very hardy and they form ever-increasing compact clumps but they need to be divided every 3 – 4 years in the early spring. Plant them in pots or borders and combined with other late flowering plants they will provide color when most other plants are fading. The name Aster is derived from the Greek word for Star.
  • Spreads over the years
  • Covers bare spots quickly
  • Colour green
  • Full grown height 25 – 50 cm
  • Full grown width 25 – 50 cm
     
                                                  

                                                     

                   Convallaria majalis White

Also known as Lily of the Valley these very sweetly perfumed, May flowering bell-shaped blooms make perfect cut flowers. Lily of the Valley will spread over time into large areas, ideal for under shrubs and other shady or partially shady positions. The thrive in humus rich well drained soil.Height 12- 16 cm
  • Covers bare spots quickly
  • Cutflowers
  • Fragrant
  • Spreads over the years
  • Colour green
  • Full grown height 10 – 25 cm
  • Full grown width 1 – 10 cm
                                                      

                                         Campanula carpatica Blue Clips

Campanula carpatica Blue Clips is a lovely ground covering plant with large bell blooms; if spent flowers are removed regularly it will continually produce flowers from June until late September. They’re ideal for borders, pots and rockery gardens.
  • Covers bare spots quickly
  • Suitable for rockery gardens
  • Colour green
  • Full grown height 10 – 25 cm
  • Full grown width 1 – 10 cm
                                                              


Ground Covering Rose “Pink”

No garden is complete without ground covering roses, they are suitable for filling areas where low cover is needed, can be trained on rockeries or to cover unsightly objects. They are also excellent for providing low maintenace colour and look good growing in pots as well as in mixed borders for a more informal look. Flowering from summer into autumn they keep weeds at bay and discourage cats with their dense prickly branches.
  • Covers bare spots quickly
  • Fragrant
  • Colour green
  • Full grown height 25 – 50 cm
  • Full grown width 10 – 25 cm


Saponaria ocymoides Soapwort

Saponaria is a very rewarding ground covering plant. It blooms abundantly during July to September with bright pink flowers grouped together in thick clusters providing you with a carpet of colour. Saponaria will spread rapidly and is ideal for edges.
  • Covers bare spots quickly
  • Spreads over the years
  • Suitable for rockery gardens
  • Colour green
  • Full grown height 10 – 25 cm
  • Full grown width 10 – 25 cm














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