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Reineckea carnea

Easy little evergreen spreader for some shade with grassy leaves and starry pale pink flowers from rich pink buds from late spring. A Lily of the valley relative from the Far East. Height 15cm.

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Rheum 'Great Bere'

A giant form of uncertain parentage, forming massive plants with huge foliage and soaring vertical inflorescences up to nearly 4m tall! A huge statement plant for soil that doesn't dry too much in sun or semi-shade. Hardy.

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Rhodohypoxis '1000 Cranes' (new)

Flowers white flushed pink with deep pink centres. A South African alpine plant in nature enjoying a moist summer in well drained gritty, peaty soil and full sun. Grassy leaves and flowers in June/July. Ideal in a trough, pot or well drained rock garden, with a slate or similar over the dormant plant in winter to keep off excess moisture. Hardy.

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Rhodohypoxis 'Pintado' (new)

A clone with white flowers, flushed pink. A South African alpine plant in nature enjoying a moist summer in well drained gritty, peaty soil and full sun. Grassy leaves and flowers in June/July. Ideal in a trough, pot or well drained rock garden, with a slate or similar over the dormant plant in winter to keep off excess moisture. Hardy.

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Rhodohypoxis baurii 'Apple Blossom' (new)

A clone with flowers a mix of white and softest pink. A South African alpine plant in nature enjoying a moist summer in well drained gritty, peaty soil and full sun. Grassy leaves and flowers in June/July. Ideal in a trough, pot or well drained rock garden, with a slate or similar over the dormant plant in winter to keep off excess moisture. Hardy.

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Rhodohypoxis baurii 'Coconut Ice' (new)

A white clone, centred and faintly flushed pink. A South African alpine plant in nature enjoying a moist summer in well drained gritty, peaty soil and full sun. Grassy leaves and flowers in June/July. Ideal in a trough, pot or well drained rock garden, with a slate or similar over the dormant plant in winter to keep off excess moisture. Hardy.

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Rhodohypoxis baurii 'Mars'

A vivid pink clone. A South African alpine plant in nature enjoying a moist summer in well drained gritty, peaty soil and full sun. Grassy leaves and flowers in June/July. Ideal in a trough, pot or well drained rock garden, with a slate or similar over the dormant plant in winter to keep off excess moisture. Hardy.

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Rhodohypoxis deflexa

Bright pink flowers, slightly smaller than others but very floriferous. Grassy leaves and flowers in June/July. Seems to be tolerant of more winter moisture than others, but still advisable to plant in a trough or similar very well drained position. A South African alpine plant in nature enjoying a moist summer in well drained gritty, peaty soil and full sun.

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Rhodohypoxis milloides

Taller and more upright than other species. A South African alpine plant enjoying a moist summer in well drained gritty, peaty soil and full sun. Grassy leaves and vivid deep-pink flowers in mid to late summer. Ideal in a trough, pot or well drained rock garden, with a slate or similar over the dormant plant in winter to keep off excess moisture. Hardy.

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Rodgersia nepalensis

A rare species with large pinnate foliage and unusual one sided inflorescences of greenish-white flowers, up to 1m high in summer. Moist soil in semi-shade. Thought by some to be tender, but bone hardy with me, even in pots at -10c.

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Rohdea japonica 'Lance Leaf'

A rare member of the Lily of the Valley family from the Far East, grown for it's thick textured dark evergreen foliage, a bit like a hardy Sansevieria and long and narrow in this form. Strange flowers produced at ground level followed by bright orange berries. Good for dry shade. Hardy. Slug pollinated I believe. How nice.

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Romneya coulteri 'White Cloud'

Romneya coulteri 'White Cloud'

A selected form of Matilija poppy, producing extra large silky flowers, the size, shape and colour of a fried egg, but infinitely more beautiful. Flowering from Jul to Oct over bluey foliage on stems to 2.5m, but most often to about 1.5m, spreading at the root to form a colony. Sometimes tricky to establish, so give it a warm spot in full sun in good open soil.

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Roscoea auriculata

Roscoea auriculata

A fine species with an exceptionally long flowering period. Rich purple orchid-like flowers on leafy stems to about 40cm in late summer and autumn. Sun or part shade, not overly wet in winter.

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Roscoea purpurea 'Red Gurkha'

True bright red flowers on a short stout plant with green foliage and deep red pseudostems. A most desirable form emerging from the ground only in about mid June and flowering as late as August and September. Best in humus rich soil in light shade, never too dry. Found in central Nepal in 1992.

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Rudbeckia maxima

Rudbeckia maxima

An arresting species with large, late, yellow flowers on tall, erect stems to 1.8m, over broad, brassica-like pale blue-green foliage. Sunny site.

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Rumex alpinus

A splendid non-invasive dock from upland areas of Europe and W. Asia. In the best forms, like this one, the foliage is very bold, very broad and handsome and a joy in itself. Upright red tinted inflorescences reach about 75cm in late spring. Forms a gently spreading patch for sun or semi-shade in any ordinary soil.

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