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Baptisia australis

Spikes of deep indigo pea flowers in early summer over blue-green foliage. Height 1m. Sun and rich soil.

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Begonia 'Mishmi Silver'

New from Arunachal Pradesh, Far NE India, is this as yet unidentified species. The leaves on the horizontal stems have an olive-green background but are heavily silvered between the veins and have dark red undersides. Reaches to 30cm high with pale pink flowers in summer. Hardiness unknown, so experiment if you like, or over-winter it inside.

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Begonia fusca (new)

Originally collected in Chiapas, S. Mexico, this is a very large leaved species of monumental proportions, with leaves up to 1m across on petioles of the same length! Without warmth and tropical humidity they are a little smaller. Large panicles of pale pink flowers, then pink seed capsules. Splendid in a pot stood in shade in summer; brought inside in winter.

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Begonia grandis subsp. sinensis 'Snowpop'

A new white flowered form of this hardy Begonia species named here at Pan Global'. The subsp. sinensis has smaller, prettier leaves than the commoner subsp. evansiana and in this form they have particularly attractive red veining underneath. Masses of small white flowers in late summer/early autumn above the leaves. For semi shade in humusy soil. 45cm.

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Begonia sutherlandii

This really rather hardy, winter dormant species from South Africa makes a small perennial with narrow, serrated, red veined foliage on red stems that can reach 80cm long if allowed to dangle freely over rocks or out of a hanging basket. Soft orange flowers are produced in profusion over a long period in late summer. For a cool position in semi-shade.

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Bergenia 'Bach' (new)

A very fine white flowered cultivar with huge heads of flower that start pale pink and open white on red tinged stalks. Broad evergreen foliage is red flushed in winter. 40cm. Excellent groundcover for sun or semi-shade.

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Bergenia ciliata

Bergenia ciliata

Beautiful palest pink flowers in spring. Attractive bristly, deciduous leaves grow to a huge size, turning red in autumn. Height to 30cm. Sun or semi-shade and shelter.

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Bergenia ciliata 'Wilton'

Beautiful palest pink flowers in spring, slightly later than usual, helping to avoid frost. Attractive bristly, deciduous leaves grow to a huge size, are hairier than the norm and are slightly different in overall texture, turning red in autumn. Height to 30cm. Sun or semi-shade and shelter.

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Bidens aurea 'Hannay's Lemon Drop'

Bidens aurea 'Hannay's Lemon Drop'

Delicate daisies with lemon yellow, strikingly white tipped petals in late summer. Height 150 cm. Sun, sheltered site.

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Brimeura amethystina

Like an exquisite, teeny weeny bluebell, this is a hardy bulb for a sunny well drained position. Spikes of little powder-blue narrow waisted, but open mouthed bells (bluebell shaped!) on stems to 15cm in May or June. From southern Europe.

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