Perennials

Over the decades NWP has been responsible for discovering a wide range of new garden plants including some sub-shrubs, grasses including Festuca ‘Elijah Blue’ and many new perennial plants, such as Dicentra ‘Gold Heart’, Lysimachia ‘Fire Cracker’, Polemonium ‘Heaven Scent’ to name but a few. In recent years we have made available an interesting range of Bergenia, Hesperantha and more currently Geum ‘Pink Petticoats’. Our aim is to continue to offer garden worthy hybrids and are actively trialling Crocosmia, hybridising Lupins as well as one off unusual, or unique perennials. We have a keen eye for the unusual and this is where you would find them!

Crocosmia-Pauls-Best-Yellow

Crocosmia Paul’s Best Yellow

A recent introduction of a very vigorous and tall habit with strong arching stems bearing rich butter yellow flowers in late summer. Flowers are neatly presented in the form of a long spray like a Freesia.

90cm -1.2m depending on soil type and position.

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Crocosmia Peach Sunrise

An NWP introduction. A very unusual variety with quite a striking flower colour for this genus.  

Star shaped flowers born on 60cm stems having  peach to orange petals with a yellow throat. 60 x 40cm.

Crocosmia-Baby-Barnaby

Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora Baby Barnaby

A delightful compact Crocosmia with large tangerine-yellow flowers and a distinct red eye in the middle. Very eye-catching plant for small borders tolerating most soil types, but benefits from a mulch in winter. 50cm x 50cm.

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Dianthus Cosmic Swirl Pink

An NWP introduction.

A real break through in ‘flaked’ Dianthus, very definite flake patterns that vary on each petal. A new series of two distinct colour forms, this one being strong pink in colour.

Has proved very hardy even in the harshest of winters. 40cm x 40cm.

Dicentra-Gold-Heart

Dicentra Goldheart

PBR - 1997/0245 EU4817

An NWP introduction.

A great foliage plant that also flowers reliably in late spring.

Emerging new shoots are almost copper in colour when they first appear, leaves golden yellow which fade in late summer to an apple green. 50cm x 75cm.

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Echinacea Red Rocket

An NWP selection raised from a number of seedlings and selected to be a strong clone , fairly compact in habit. Reliable perennial that just gets better each year.

Deep crimson red flowers that have petals that hang down when semi open almost as if to propel the cone upwards ...hence its name. Each flower turns various shades of red to deep pink during its stage of life. Great for pot work. 50cm x 50cm.

Euphorbia-Baby-Charm

Euphorbia Baby Charm

An NWP introduction.

A great perennial with charming proportions in every sense. Compact evergreen mounds of foliage with narrow green leaves that radiate out of each reddish stem forming tight rosettes.

In late spring each head bears a wonderful mop headed flower spike comprised of numerous individual flowers that are apple green with yellow centres and red capsules. 40cm x 50cm.

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Fuchsia Chilli Red

An NWP introduction.

An incredible unique variety with very distinct flowers (mainly sepals) resembling small red chillis especially when in bud!

A compact bush smothered in flowers for a long period. Hardy in the UK in normal winters in the garden. 40cm x 50cm.

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Fuchsia Fairy Lights

An NWP introduction.

Another compact hardy variety with numerous pretty flower heads, somewhat tubular, pale pink with a deep rose colour center.

En masse they look like a bunch of fairy lights! 30cm x 50cm.

Fuchsia magellanica Arauco

Fuchsia magellanica Arauco

A beautiful welcome addition to the compact hardy Fuchsia brigade. Such a pretty plant and ideal for pot work when trimmed back in the early stages of growth. Numerous tiny flowers with white petals stained bright red at the base with a vibrant bluish-purple corolla. Leaves very small cloth each arching stem. Hardy so far to -12 oC 60cm x 70cm.

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Fuchsia Magic Lanterns

An NWP introduction, a magical hardy garden Fuchsia being so distinct from the others with two different skirts on flowers of the same plant. Some corollas are deep pink and some are violet purple in colour both with pink sepals. Hardy and deciduous. 50cm.

Fuchsia-Thumbelina-Gem

Fuchsia Thumbelina Gem

Stunning new hardy Fuchsia with golden yellow foliage absolutely dripping with flowers throughout the summer period!

For the size of the plant the flowers are quite large with red and purple colouring.

Fantastic impulse plants that must make anyone stop and buy!

New World Plants Ltd.
Botany Bay
Eye Lane
Luston
Herefordshire
HR6 ODS - UK.

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