Astrantia major - 9cm pot
These are just breaking dormancy again in their pots...new baby leaves showing up so ready to go in the garden. Renowned for its gorgeous umbels of flowers with centres that remind me of pin cushions, this beauty makes a wonderful cut flower, and an ideal plant for part shade, or full sun with good moisture-retentive soils. These should be the lovely creamy-white flowered form with hints of green (possibly with hints of pale pink too as shown in the photo). They are notoriously difficult to grow from seed, and slow to bulk-up initially, but once they are established they will happily self-sow for many lucky gardeners! Hardy winter-dormant perennial. Flowering size 40-60cm high and wide. 9cm pot.