Apple Little Pax:
This apple was found in a Benedictine Monastery on the Isle of Wight.
Little Pax, produces an abundance of stunning mid season spring flowers in vivid white and delicate shades of pink. The flowers also attract bees into the garden making it an excellent pollinator for other apple trees and great for wildlife.
It produces rich reddish pink apples with rose red flecks and shades of soft yellow. As a late season dessert apple, it should be perfect for picking in October and keeps well throughout the winter into spring.
Little Pax® is a rich, aromatic dessert apple with a sweet essence similar to honeydew melon and a subtle but lingering champagne-like quality. Firm, crunchy skin, gives way to a smooth, juicy flesh.
David Austin Rose:
The Poets Wife: Is a superb rose with flowers of an unfading, strong yellow, It has a rich fragrance with strong lemon tints at first, becoming sweeter and stronger with age.
Magnolia Daphne: The best deep yellow that does not fade
Magnolia Genie: The very best dark purple-red, compact growth habit.
Echinacea: We will have a great selection of these very popular sun loving plants a couple to look out for are:
Echinacea Hot Papaya: an astonishing orange that does not fade.
Echinacea Summer Sun: flowers open red-orange and lightens to a golden-orange as the season progresses.
Echinacea Irresistible: As the name suggests this is a must have orange-red double flower with dark green foliage.
Erythronium Padoda: great plant for shade and damp, with lemon yellow flowers over bronzed foliage.
Erygium ‘Jade Frost’ Good dark blue flowers with wonderful variegated pink margined foliage.
Following a great year with the New Trixi series of combination planting we have added the following to our list, order early to avoid disappointment.
Crazy Cocktail: A mixture of yellow Bidens, purple Million Bells and dark red Verbena
Twinkle Star: Lavender Bacopa, yellow Bidens and dark purple Million Bells.
We have several new feeds for all your plants, one to check out is
GroSure Easy Feed Tomato Sticks, these are seaweed enriched feed sticks which are just pushed into the compost for a once only feed, worth trying?