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Astrantia

Astrantia are ‘must have’ clump forming deciduous perennial garden plants. The long erect stems produce lovely heads of delicate and papery looking flowers giving the plants an airy look but Astrantia are tough, reliable and easy to grow. Grow them in a site that has part shade/part sun with soil that is moist and fertile, although they do grow well in drier conditions too.  After flowering the stems can be cut back to encourage a fresh flush of leaf growth.

Astrantias are a favourite with flower arrangers as they have a long vase life and with our selections giving you a choice of three stunning colours - bright pink, green & white or deep wine red, you may need to choose one of each variety!

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Astrantia  'Purple Joyce' | Perennial Bareroot Plant

Astrantia 'Purple Joyce' | Perennial Bareroot Plant£6.79

Deep ruby wine flowers with almost iridescent lime green inners make ‘Purple Joyce’ the most elegant of Astrantias. 

Astrantia major 'Sparkling Stars Pink' | Perennial Bareroot Plant

Astrantia major 'Sparkling Stars Pink' | Perennial Bareroot Plant£6.79

This is one of the newer varieties of Astrantia with the prettiest heads of flowers with bright pink buds opening to reveal blush pink/white inner petals.

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Astrantia Major Superstar | Garden Ready 9cm Pot

Astrantia Major Superstar | Garden Ready 9cm Pot£10.99

The tall erect stems of Astrantia ‘Superstar’ bear pretty umbels of tiny greenish-white flowers surrounded by large white bracts which are tipped with green.

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Latest Reviews from our Customers
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Stunning scented flowers lasting all summer
Monday, 31 December 2018  |  Stephanie

These are worth having for the scent alone. I bought some last year for pots and although some of them survived over winter, bought another batch as not only do they look good, the vanilla smell is wonderful. They did better in the semi shade in my garden.


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Excellent performance and colour
Monday, 31 December 2018  |  Stephanie

These were really good plants. Lots of flowers and have lasted well into winter.
Would definitely recommend


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Good new type of Impatiens
Monday, 31 December 2018  |  Stephanie

Tried these for the first time this year in pots. Performed well in shade and each plant grew about 8 inches across. Flowered from later summer to early December. No mildew at all. Found them very similar to the New Guinea style


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Fabulous colour
Monday, 31 December 2018  |  Stephanie

I tried these in 2018 and would definitely recommend. Lots of visitors remarked how stunning they are.


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Bought last year - back for more.
Monday, 31 December 2018  |  Donna

I bought 2 trays of these last year and although they seemed slow to grow at first they proved to be an amazing asset to my garden. Every one of the plants thrived. The foliage is lovely and glossy and the flowers are stunning. The blooms are really big and vibrant and they last and last. Were still displaying well into November both in the pots and in the beds. I have ordered again this year and I think this will be my go to plant and supplier from now on. Outstanding beauty for so little effort. Not one was touched by slugs - perfect. Love them.


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Stunning!
Sunday, 30 December 2018  |  J

I bought these earlier this year they were lovely healthy plants when they arrived and they are still blooming now in December, I couldn't ask for better quality. I had a mass of flowers in the summer, I wish I could include a photo with my review as it would speak for itself. I'm on the web site now looking to order more for 2019 season, I don't want to risk them being out of stock.

 
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