A harbinger of spring with its golden flowers and ruff of light green bracts this is native to Europe and is a common sight throughout the British Isles, where it is naturalised in woods and plantations all over the country. The tuberous rhizomes are freshly lifted prior to despatch. Plant about 7.5cm (3") deep.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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Found naturally on shady stream banks in parts of South Wales and SW England. This has handsome spires of hooded light indigo flowers in summer. In the 13th century it was an important medicinal herb used by the Physicians of Myddfai, but highly poisonous. Also good in borders, it can reach 5ft.

Despatched - September to the End of October

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A base rooting lily which is naturalised in woods and hedgerows in Southern Britain. It has numerous, scented, nodding 'Turk's cap' flowers in shades of pink and purple with darker spots. Flowers in mid-summer.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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The white flowered form of the Turks Cap Lily.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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Another lily that has gained home 'naturalised' status in Britain, particularly in hedgerows of SW Wales and SW England. Its blooms with a 2 ft stem in June-July, with a yellow turk's cap flower freckled with black dots and prominent red anthers.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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Familiar in the wild in woods and hedgerows, this can be a valuable asset in a woodland garden or between shrubs. Its handsome often spotted leaves, and flowers with hooded spathes in May, are followed by eye-catching berries in late summer. Rootstocks delivered in the autumn best planted 10-15cm (4-6) deep in shade or partial shade.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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The associations with Homers amorous hero and the Welsh lover's knot, hint at the aphrodisiac potential of this plant. Related to the Trilliums, this also is a woodland plant with a rhizome producing its 4 leaves and single yellow flower in early summer shade.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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Also known as Meadow Saffron, this flowers in September with beautiful pale purple blooms, the lush foliage follows in the spring and for this reason it is also called Naked Ladies. Common names are otherwise misleading as this is neither a Crocus nor produces saffron. Naturally occurring stands in moist meadows in Southern Britain are nowadays a treasure, but it used to be vigorously discouraged in grazing meadows being poisonous to livestock.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October (Before & After Flowering)

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The white form of Meadow Saffron/Autumn Crocus is beautiful on its own or mixed with the straight pink in grass.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October (Before & After Flowering)

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The tubers of what the Irish know as fairies potatoes are well known to country children everywhere for they that are good to eat, with a flavour and texture of hazelnuts. Although caution should be used in Scotland, where over consumption can apparently lead to hair lice. A member of the carrot family, its fine leaves and white flowers grow in most open or shaded ground.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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