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It is very important, for the future of our planet, that the world's plant life has the highest level of protection. And yet, often the scarce funding that is available for conservation projects is used for high profile fauna rather than flora. That's why 10% or more of the sale of every plant will go directly to plant conservation both in botanic gardens and in the wild. Some of the projects supported can be found here.

The species available are selected because of their interesting stories, conservation value or the fact that their wild relatives or habitat really need some help. They are excess to my own propagation and are only available in small quantities and new species will be added as and when they become available.

The majority of the plants sold will have come from seed from cultivated sources, however, some may come from wild collected material. In such an instance we will endeavor to exercise due diligence in making sure that the plants were collected within the laws of the country of origin. Should any research or development be proposed for this material you may be required to set up a agreement with their country of origin as per the requirements of the Nagoya Protocol.

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You can help me research the cultivation and conservation of threatened plants by donating to the conservation research nursery project.

Acacia pravissima
Acacia pravissima

Better than any weeping willow! When you have seen a large specimen of Acacia pravissima you will never forget it. Plant this in a slightly sheltered spot to get the most out of it and make sure you plant it … Continued

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Anisodontea capensis ‘El Rayo’
Anisodontea capensis ‘El Rayo’

This South African Mallow is unlike any mallow you will have seen before. Growing into a good sized shrub it will be smothered in flower for most of the year. Plant it among zingy oranges, corals and bright pinks for … Continued

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Banksia aemula
Banksia aemula

The Wallum Banksia was one of the first Banksia species in British cultivation.

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Banksia serrata
Banksia serrata

The Saw leaved Banksia; an unusual member of the Proteaceae from South Eastern Australia.

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Beaufortia sparsa
Beaufortia sparsa

A uncommon relative of bottlebrush, Beaufortia sparsa is the most splendid member of its family.

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Blechnum palmiforme
Blechnum palmiforme

A trunk forming Blechnum fern from the South Atlantic.

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Buddleja globosa ‘Cally Orange’
Buddleja globosa ‘Cally Orange’

In my opinion the late Michael Wickenden did Britain’s gardeners a favor when he introduced this Buddleja to cultivation from Chile. Buddleja globosa was already my favorite Buddleja and then I saw ‘Cally Orange’ with its big, densely clustered, balls … Continued

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Cephalotaxus fortunei
Cephalotaxus fortunei

A interesting Coniferous shrub or small tree.

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Cephalotaxus harringtonii var. wilsoniana
Cephalotaxus harringtonii var. wilsoniana

An elegant small tree or large shrub from Taiwan.

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Dactylorhiza hybrids
Dactylorhiza hybrids

Hybrid Dactylorhiza orchids with varying flower colour and heavily spotted leaves.

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Datura inoxia
Datura inoxia

Stunning blooms in clearest white give Datura inoxia the name ‘Moon flower’

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Diplarrena moraea
Diplarrena moraea

This Australian member of the Iridaceae (Iris family) comes from Victoria, Tasmania and New South Wales and whilst its origin may fool you into thinking it unsuitable for a British garden it has proven itself worthy here in Snowdonia. The … Continued

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