Plant Stories from Langthorns

Plant Stories from Langthorns

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Stories From Langthorns - Scilla Peruviana

The beautiful Scilla peruviana is just coming into flower here at Langthorns, its head of intense indigo to violet blue flowers looking like a starry ...

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Stories From Langthorns - Alstroemeria

We tend to think of alstroemerias as a mainstay of the traditional or mixed herbaceous border, where these tall tuberous perennials with their flecked...

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Stories From Langthorns - Michaelmas Daisy

These autumn flowering asters are firm old-fashioned favourites in the cottage garden and the herbaceous border (and are also perfectly suited to the ...

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Stories From Langthorns - Camellia Sasanqua

The camellia is a plant known throughout history in Southeast Asia, revered for its beauty and its role in religion and culture, as well as its uses f...

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Stories From Langthorns - Dicksonia Antartica

In our covered Sales tunnel we have a collection of beautiful hardy tree ferns – Dicksonia antarctica.  Some of the trunks are seven feet high wi...

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Stories From Langthorns - Epimedium

I must admit to having a bit of a ‘thing’ for Epimedium – they are great ground-cover plants, with lovely spring and autumn foliage colouring, and hav...