Echinacea Tiki Torch
Echinacea, a North American genus in the Daisy family, has big, bright flowers that appear in late June and keep coming into
'Tiki Torch' boasts large, bright orange flowers on upright, well-branched stems. Plants thrive in average soils or hot, dry
conditions, shrug off cold, and are equally at home in full sun or partial shade.
Hummocks of mid green, puckered leaves. Wiry stems bearing double, orange flowers over a
long period. May to October. Grow in sun or part shade and fertile, moist, well-drained soil. Dead
head regularly for repeats. Good for mixed borders
Trollius x cultorum 'Orange Princess
Classic Plants are strong and the flowers a
glowing sunny orange. Lovely next to water,
Trollius are the buttercups refined and
They Originate in sunny damp meadows and
streamsides, but in the garden will grow in
any soil that does not dry out where they will
grow into substantial, but tight clumps. Their
preference is for a heavier soil
Phlox Orange Sensation
This group includes different kinds of
Garden Phlox which do well in fairly dry
The taller varieties are all excellent for use
as cut flowers. All the plants in this group
have a nice fragrance.
Flaming salmon-orange flowers on strong
stems. Dense, deep green foliage. Flowers
Great cut flower variety
Lupin Towering Inferno
West Country Lupins have an excellent
selection of Lupin plants availible from us or
through their website
Lupins grow best on well drained soil that is
not too rich.
They prefer acid soil, if you have weak lupins
or yellow leaves this may be caused by too
much lime, apply sequestrine or an acid loving
Plant lupins out when the plants are young,
this means that they can put down a good root
system. They grow best in an open position
away from trees. After the flowers have faded
remove them and don't let the plant produce
lots of seeds, this helps to keep the energy in
the parent plant and prevents self seeding.
Don't cut the plants back hard after flowering,
they can take months to recover.
Lupins can be divided in the spring, DO NOT
divide in the autumn as this will kill the plants.
Gerbera Sweet Sunset
A remarkable and stunning development in the
gerbera family, an amazing new strain of
gerbera has been produced. '
Sweet Sunset®' flowers non stop from early
spring through to the first frosts, showing off
wonderfully warm, orange-yellow, bi-colour
blooms, larger than their cousins and with
larger numbers of these wonderful flowers per
A variety to definitely add to summer borders
this year! Height and Spread: 45cm (18"
Geum Princess Juliana