Herbaculture is mad about plants.
We grow various medicinal herbs which can be dug up and sold to you. Echinacea, Elecampane, Valarian .... talk about what your needs are.
Pictured is a Tall Bearded Iris.
There are root divisions available for:
Iris 'Benton Pearl'. (Sir Cedric Morris variety) tall at almost a metre with white flowers.
Iris 'Benton Nigel' (Sir Cedric Morris variety) light purple and velvety dark purple.
Iris 'Dan Wheals' (Barry Emerson variety) purple and maroon.
See below for 23 Cedric Morris varieties and about 50 others...
Also I have seedlings which I wish to find good homes for.
The aim is to breed modern colour with the older graceful Sir Cedric Morris Irises.
2021: Come visit the blooms in late May and then after flowering I will be dividing and sending out the plants.
Ideal time to plant the bare root/rhizome divisions is June/ September.
Below are known as Iris "named variety"
Nuit de Noces
Storrington (Cedric Morris bred but not a Benton)
Old Madrid. (Cedric Morris bred but not a Benton)
Benton Blue John
Craithe (Cedric Morris bred but not a Benton)
Dan Wheals (named after me - bred by Barry Emmerson)
Anvil of Darkness
Off The Shoulder
Stairway to Heaven
Red Canyon Glow