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New, with great foliage colour

New, with great foliage colour

new flower at Malvern flower show

new flower at Malvern flower show

love the colour palatte

love the colour palatte

Eryngium yuccifolium An evergreen Eryngium, which forms a clump of bluish-green, strap-shaped leaves that have a serrated and spiny edge. In mid summer and autumn, upright, branching flowerspikes emerge bearing rounded or oval shaped flower clusters, which turn shades of greyish-blue, cream or green as they open.

Eryngium yuccifolium An evergreen Eryngium, which forms a clump of bluish-green, strap-shaped leaves that have a serrated and spiny edge. In mid summer and autumn, upright, branching flowerspikes emerge bearing rounded or oval shaped flower clusters, which turn shades of greyish-blue, cream or green as they open.

http://www.touchwoodplants.co.uk/aquilegias.htm

http://www.touchwoodplants.co.uk/aquilegias.htm

Hebe albicans (60cm high) Evergreen - Goes well with Vinca minor)

Hebe albicans (60cm high) Evergreen - Goes well with Vinca minor)

Euphorbia mellifera: A magnificent evergreen euphorbia that makes a dramatic statement. It has stiff stems strung with whorls of bright green leaves with a white stripe down the centre and topped in spring with small honey-scented flowers.  It forms a natural dome shape, and gives structure and an architectual quality to the garden.

Euphorbia mellifera: A magnificent evergreen euphorbia that makes a dramatic statement. It has stiff stems strung with whorls of bright green leaves with a white stripe down the centre and topped in spring with small honey-scented flowers. It forms a natural dome shape, and gives structure and an architectual quality to the garden.

P24 Origanum 'Rosenkuppel' oregano - not edible Position: full sun Soil: tolerates most freely draining soils Flowering period: June to August Hardiness: fully hardy H: 60cm S: 60cm Slender stems are clothed in aromatic, purple-flushed foliage and terminate in clusters of tubular purple flowers with reddish-purple bracts in summer. A compact perennial, it looks wonderful softening the edges of a path.

P24 Origanum 'Rosenkuppel' oregano - not edible Position: full sun Soil: tolerates most freely draining soils Flowering period: June to August Hardiness: fully hardy H: 60cm S: 60cm Slender stems are clothed in aromatic, purple-flushed foliage and terminate in clusters of tubular purple flowers with reddish-purple bracts in summer. A compact perennial, it looks wonderful softening the edges of a path.

Brilliant tutorial on making concrete garden leaves - but keep on the site to read ever so MANY more tutorials- LOVE this site

Brilliant tutorial on making concrete garden leaves - but keep on the site to read ever so MANY more tutorials- LOVE this site

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