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A rarely offered species with white & yellow turks cap flowers on stems to 150 cms high. Young bulbs.
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A good all round species with orangey-yellow flowers in high summer.
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An eyecatching species with pale green glossy foliage and delicate white/pink flowers in early summer.
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A strong growing species from China with deep green foliage, white flowers and orange fruit.
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A rarely offered clone with attractive foliage in spring, usual blue flowers.
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An eyecatching herbaceous perennial for a shadier spot in the garden with good creamy-white flowers.
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An attractive woodland perennial with rich blue flowers and bristly leaves.
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An attractive woodland perennial with rich blue flowers and bristly leaves.
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An eyecatching herbaceous perennial for a shadier spot in the garden with electric blue flowers.
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An eyecatching herbaceous perennial for a shadier spot in the garden with good blue flowers.
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An eyecatching herbaceous perennial for a shadier spot in the garden with electric blue flowers.
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A rarely offered clone with attractive foliage in spring, usual blue flowers.
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An eyecatching herbaceous perennial for a shadier spot in the garden with electric blue flowers.
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Good creamy/white flowers on these divisions.
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An eyecatching herbaceous perennial for a shadier spot in the garden with electric blue flowers.
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Good sized clean blue flowers on this hybrid which was named at the Garden in northwest Scotland.