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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 Bare Root Plant

Astrantia 'Purple Joyce' | Perennial Bare Root Plant£7.99

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

Astrantia major 'Sparkling Stars Pink' | Perennial Bare Root Plant

Astrantia major 'Sparkling Stars Pink' | Perennial Bare Root Plant£7.99

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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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Latest Reviews from our Customers
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Scented geraniums
Monday, 21 June 2021  |  Anthony

Great plug plants. Delivered promptly & in great condition. 5 stars. Thank you.


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Delightful, vivid colours
Monday, 21 June 2021  |  Graham

The best annual verbena plants I have bought, ever! The plugs were superbly grown, strongly rooted plants, showing colour within a few days. I usually grow verbena either from seed or bought in cells and these 'showboats' are the best!


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Diss appointed
Monday, 21 June 2021  |  Roy

Although advertised as large plugs, not the case


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Diss appointed
Monday, 21 June 2021  |  Roy

Although advertised as large plugs, this was not the case


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Poor quality
Monday, 21 June 2021  |  Tracey

Leggy seedlings trapped at the neck in the packaging has meant only one survivor capable of being planted.


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Fabulous plants
Monday, 21 June 2021  |  Sally

Great plants, bought at sale price too

 
 
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