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Aurinia saxatilis Syn. Alyssum saxatile Gold dust’- plant for planters
Aurinia saxatilis Syn. Alyssum saxatile Gold dust
Compact evergreen sub-shrub forming a low hummock of
grey-green foliage. In late spring bears dense clusters of
small, bright yellow flowers.
Height & Spread: 20x20cm
A. saxatilis 'Citrina' Pale lemon-yellow flowers.
A. saxutilis 'Flore Pleno' Double flowers.
Cultivation: Site in full sun. Water moderately and feed
monthly. Clip back after flowering to maintain shape.

Crocus chrysanthus 'Elegance'
Cormous perennial which flowers in early spring, producing bright golden-yellow flowers with brown feathering on the outer petals.
Height: 7.5cm
C. chrysanthus 'Gipsy Girl' Pale yellow with pronounced
purple feathering.
C. 'Dutch Yellow' Large-flowered cultivar.
Cultivation: Plant in autumn in John Innes No.1 with extra
grit. Place the corms at a depth of 7.5cm, in sun or shade. Keep the compost moist but avoid waterlogging. Mice and voles eat newly planted crocus corms.
Crocus chrysanthus ’Elegance’ plant for planters

Hyacinthus orientalis Hyacinth ’City of Haarlem’- plant for planters
Hyacinthus orientalis Hyacinth 'City of Haarlem'
Bulb producing erect spikes of up to 40 bell-shaped, very
fragrant flowers.
Height: 20cm
H. orientalis 'YellowHammer' Creamy yellow.
Cultivation:Plant in humus-rich compost and site in sun or shade. Water moderately and feed monthly. Support with trellis or wires if grown against a wall.

Narcissus Daffodil 'Tete-a-tete'
Dwarf bulb producing up to three dainty flowers a stem.
Height: 15cm
N. 'Bantam' Yellow petals and orangey red central cup.
N. 'February Gold' Golden flowers to 7.5cm across.
Height: 30cm
N. 'Jumblie' Dwarf daffodil. Deep gold trumpet with pale
yellow reflexed petals.
Cultivation: Plant bulbs in autumn at a depth of one-and-a-half times their own height in free-draining
compost. Site in sun ordappled shade. Water moderately. Feeding is unnecessary. After flowering the bulbs may be
planted in the open ground. Prone to fungal infections in
wet compost. Narcissus fly may damage bulbs.
Narcissus Daffodil ’Tete-a-tete’ - plant for planters
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