|Peony Dahlia (Dahlia 'Bishop of Oxford')
||I bought a few of these , but what grew is not the Bishop of Oxford , so I am not going to pollute the database with the photographs.|
|Classic Dahlia (Dahlia 'Classic Summertime')
||A core Dahlia, very pleasing yellow double of good form and leaf.|
||Wouldn't rush out to buy this. An interesting white cactus, but floppy headed when pot grown, may put it in the ground for 2015 and see if it does better.|
||Good number of blooms in year two, excellent neck strength until just going over, blooms last for weeks in cooler conditions. Stable colour integrity, relatively narrow plant, four feet tall.|
|Dahlia 'Taratahi Ruby'
||Beautiful flower, superb plant, slightly let down by drooping the head as it matures.|
|Dahlia 'Teesbrooke Redeye'
||Small dahlia plant in scale, a few blooms, but an interesting collarette|
|Lily (Lilium nepalense)
||A more difficult lily, with particular needs commented on in the database.|
|Cardinal Flower (Lobelia 'Queen Victoria')
||Excellent recommended lobelia, wet feet, three feet tall, scarlet flowers on chocolate stems.|
|Honey Bush (Melianthus major)
||A core plant for the silver green foliage, and odd flower spike after mild winters. I have it sprinkled around the gardens.|