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What they say...

If you put a date in your diary for a visit to Marchants, do empty the boot of your car. I hadn't planned to buy any plants but left with a garden full.
Sarah Raven. The Daily Telegraph

Propagation Day: Hands On

2017 date to be announced

Why not join us on our ever popular propagation course on which dozens of keen gardeners have joined us over the years. Participants get the opportunity to hone and expand their propagation skills in one of the most exciting topics of gardening under the expert tutelage of Marchants owner Graham Gough.

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Desperate Plea! Boxes!

We spend many hours collecting boxes from a number of sources for you to take your plants home in. It is an enormous help therefore if you can provide your own boxes and moreover a sure way of becoming a favourite customer! Many thanks.

Marchants Snowdrops

For details of our annual sale, see Events page

Plant Inventory: Herbaceous Perennials

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
NERINE bowdenii alba. White flowers from blush pink buds. A rare and beautiful plant which is perfectly hardy.
N. b. ‘Marnie Rogerson’. Palest pink with a hint of shrimp in the colour. A scarce plant but easy to please.
N. b. ‘Washfield’. A shade paler than the typical form one usually encounters. Lots of sun for a tip-top performance.

NEPETA. The Catmints – and we love them just as much as they do.
*N. ‘Bramdean’. A distinct seedling with dark stems and calyxes discovered in a Hampshire garden. 40cm
N. clarkei. Introduced from Kashmir by Botanist Martyn Rix and described by him as pure blue. It is uncommon but remains a lovely plant which requires only light, rich soil in sun to prosper. 40cm.
N. ‘Dawn to Dusk’. Dutch Nurseryman, Coen Jansen’s subtle selection. Pale pink with purple calyxes. 60cm.
N. govaniana. From Kashmir with dainty, pale yellow hooded flowers. Needs a light, rich soil (not dry) to do well but worth every effort. 120cm.
N. kubanica. A leafy Caucasian species bearing clusters of large violet-blue flowers held in dark calyxces. New to us, it came highly recommended and is a plant for full sun or partial shade. 80cm+
N. nuda. Upright growth and a subtle misty display of tiny grey-lavender flowers for weeks. Fans of strong colour will no doubt pass it by. 1.2m.
N. racemosa ‘Walkers Low’. A Tomcat of a Catmint with a vigour to match. Deep lavender-blue flowers. 60cm.
N. yunnanesis. A large blue flowered Asian species. With its rampant habit it might be just the plant to make plain places rough (a Bibical misquote!). 90cm.

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