Hails from Turkey, Syria and Lebanon. Vivid yellow flowers with a distinct orange zone in the throat around yellow anthers and a divided orange style. Enhanced with external bronze feathering, fragrant.
Tight clumps of dainty, cup-shaped, white flowers marked blue-grey in the throat with an orange-yellow stigma. Of unknown parentage being found in a batch of seedlings given by E. A. Bowles to his neighbour, Miss Euphemia Jessopp.
An uncommon species found scatered across the Balearic Isles and in a few isolated stations in Mediterranean France. Beautifully marbled, silver-clouded, heart-shaped leaves with beetroot red undersides. Faintly veined, sweetly fragrant, pure white flowers in spring.
Long elegantly twisted white to rosy pink flowers in Autumn followed by oval to heart shaped, sometimes with shallowly scalloped edges, with a green ‘Christmas tree’ centre surrounded by a broken silvery green area, underside reddish-purple Hardy and easy
A recently discovered pure white flowering form lacking the dark basal blotch of all the other previous introductions. Round, unmarked, dark green leaves and large flowers. From Israel and the Golan Heights.
A superb selection from last year’s list. Wonderful contrast of darkest glowing pink flowers over silver leaves with a faint green ribbon on the perimeter. For anyone who sees it, it’s love at first sight! Only a few.
The most eastern variant of C. coum and a most distinct race. Originally sent from Moscow Botanic Garden and labelled from Abschasica. Overall, these plants throw larger pointier flowers and have heart shaped, boldly patterned leaves.
An outstanding species, the ivy-leaf cyclamen is very robust and hardy and can adapt to a range of conditions. Large white or pink flowers on tall stems non-stop throughout autumn and its beautifully marked leaves make a gorgeous ground cover for the rest of the winter.
This woodlander from the eastern United States offers a small, wild version of Bleeding Heart. Sprays of finely dissected foliage emerge bearing clusters of elegant white corydalis-shaped flowers in a raceme
This early summer flowering bulb occurs from the coastal plains of California and Oregon and into the Rocky Mountains. Its deep red, tubular, pendulous bells are tipped in pale green and held in loose crowns on tall stems that sway in the slightest breeze.