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  • Genus: Acorus
  • Species: gramineus
  • Name: 'Golden Edge'
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  • Family: Araceae
  • Category: Grasses and sedges
  • Price: £6.00
  • Difficult Spots: Ground cover, Good in pots,

Hardy evergreen dwarf sedge with narrow creamy yellow variegated leaves reaching up to 30cm (12in) tall. Sun to semi shade ordinary to dry soil. Excellent groundcover, good in pots.

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  • Genus: Acorus
  • Species: gramineus
  • Name: 'Ogon'
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  • Family: Araceae
  • Category: Grasses and sedges
  • Price: £6.00
  • Difficult Spots: Damp soil, Damp shade,

Hardy grass-like aquatic perennial with glossy cream and pale green variegated leaves. Prefers wet to damp soil in sun or shade. Excellent for hiding the liner on edges of ponds. Reaches 30cm (12 inches).

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  • Genus: Acorus
  • Species: gramineus
  • Name: 'Variegatus'
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  • Family: Araceae
  • Category: Perennials
  • Price: £6.00
  • Difficult Spots:

Hardy grass-like evergreen perennial with glossy white and pale green variegated leaves. Prefers wet to damp soil in sun or shade. Excellent for hiding the liner on edges of ponds. Reaches 30cm (12 inches).

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  • Genus: Actaea
  • Species: simplex
  • Name: 'Pink Spike'
  • Common Name: Baneberry, bugbane
  • Family: Ranunculaceae
  • Category: Perennials
  • Price: £7.50
  • Difficult Spots: Perfumed, Damp shade, Perennial taller than 4 feet,

Hardy herbaceous perennial with striking deep purple black feathery foliage and spikes of fragrant white turning pink flowers July-September. Reaches 1.5m (5 feet). Sun to semi shade in moist humus rich soil. Berries toxic if eaten.

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  • Genus: Actaea
  • Species: simplex
  • Name: 'Pritchard's Giant'
  • Common Name: Baneberry, bugbane
  • Family: Ranunculaceae
  • Category: Perennials
  • Price: £7.50
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Hardy herbaceous clump forming perennial with green feathery foliage and spikes of fragrant white flowers July-September. Reaches 1.8m (6 feet). Sun to semi shade in moist humus rich soil. Berries toxic if eaten.