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A compact lavender, named after Gertrude Jekyll's garden at Munstead Wood. It produces dense spikes of fragrant, bluish-purple summer flowers above slender, aromatic, grey-green leaves.
This is a lovely lavender for edging paths and borders; the aromatic foliage perfumes the air if you brush against it. The flower-spikes are highly attractive to bees and other nectar-loving insects.
Ajuga reptans 'Chocolate Chip' is a ground-hugging plant prized for its blue-purple flower spikes on display in mid to late spring. The blossoms rise slightly above the foilage of tiny, glossy, oval leaves which are chocolate with burgundy highlights.
Dianthus 'Whatfield Can-Can' is a small cushion-forming perennial with linear, grey-green evergreen leaves and frilled, pink and fragrant double flowers in summer.
Armeria caespitosa is a delicate mound forming alpine, perfect for containers, gravel gardens or rockeries. Place it between paving to add some colour to your patio.
Alpine plans originate from high altitudes in areas where there cold dry winters and good light levels, perfect for Irish winters provided they have good drainage. Alpines are hardy plants as long as they are not sitting in water so they make the perfect choice for rock gardens and planting up in pots and basins with good gritty soil.