at Harlow Carr
Iris reticulata are superb for providing splashes of early spring colour. We have used them here at Harlow Carr to decorate the conservatory and in the Gardens Through Time. They're sure to brighten anyone’s day!
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Planted in drifts in banks and meadows, this pretty, low-growing daffodil announces spring at Rosemoor. The flower resembles a hoop petticoat as it sways in the breeze, hence its nickname.
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at Hyde Hall
The Tenby daffodil is a great species for naturalizing in grassland and has neat, perfectly proportioned flowers. It produces a dazzling display in March when its buttery yellow blooms emerge en masse.
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These are excellent specimen trees and particularly suitable for a small garden. In spring they bear masses of pale red flowers that shimmer in the breeze.
Find out more about Prunus incisa 'Kojo-no-mai'