This pure white form dominates in some mountain sides. We saw great populations in the Pyrenees near Andorra last year.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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With brilliant white flowers painted with purple veins this form of Crocus versilcolor earned the corresponding Cloth title when popular in British gardens in the 19th Century. But the species, from the lower slopes of the Western Alps, has been in gardens since at least the Renaissance.

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C.flavus was one of the parents of this vigorous large flowered hybrid, which accounts for its bright yellow colour. Although sterile, it clumps up quickly and can be easily divided.

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This is the winter flowering hardy cyclamen, the species being native to the temperate forests around the Black Sea. The nodding pink flowers have darker mouths and a long flowering season from Dec. to March. It has rounded deep green leaves some with silvery patterning.

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The pure white flowered form of Cyclamen coum and again flowering December to March.

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The best autumn flowering species for naturalising under trees. Known in Britain for centuries and occasionally naturalised in hedgerows. It was known as Sowbread and was supposedly a violent aphrodisiac. It is free flowering, with pink-purple flowers from October with mottled ivy shaped leaves lasting to spring.

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This is a white flowering form and equally tough and free flowering.

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Another form of Winter Aconite. Although now considered a subspecies of E.hyemalis, this native of the mountains of Cilicia in Anatolia has striking differences. Its larger golden flowers appear later over a thinner leafed ruff. It naturalises well under trees and shrubs. As with Eranthis hyemalis, tubers are freshly lifted on demand.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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A very strong growing American hybrid, and actually a parent of E.Pagoda. It is smaller than the two above though, and has gorgeous cream flowers in April over beautifully mottled foliage. It grows well in our climate in leafy soil in part shade.

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This is the European woodland species and the bulbs do look like dogs’ teeth hence the common name. It has mottled leaves and striking pink to rich plum purple flowers in spring liking leafy soil in half shade.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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