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Award of Garden Merit
Associated with George Forrest
One of the very few flowering plants from South Georgia. Rusty brown burrs.
Mat of blue-grey foliage and red/bronze flowers and burrs on short stems.
Dark green spiny-edged leaves; white flowers with purple bracts.
Orange-red flowers over silver-green foliage.
Monkshood with spikes of deep blue hooded flowers.
Tall bottlebrush heads of pinkish white flowers above dark divided leaves.
Dramatic perennial with spikes of ponk flowers, pale then darkening.
Woody sub-shrub with racemes of pink flowers.
Large umbels of deep violet blue flowers.
Big round heads of white flowers and bright green upright leaves.
Dark red-green leaves and spires of blue flowers; excellent ground cover.
Compact species for the rock garden; nodding clusters of deep purple flowers.