Arctotis 'Red Devil'

Arctotis 'Red Devil'

Campanula lactiflora 'Loddon Anna'

Campanula lactiflora 'Loddon Anna'

Smilacina racemosa

Smilacina racemosa, also known as False Solomon's-seal, produces a clump of large, shiny, bright green and lush, pleated leaves, and feathery spikes of creamy-white, starry flowers between May and July. These flowers are exceptionally fragrant – making the plant most unlike anything else you will find in the Asparagus family! Individually, the flowers are tiny, but they come in their masses, in tight clusters at the ends of each stem. After the flowers fade, green berries are formed, and by late summer and autumn these will have turned bright red, with tiny purple spots!
If you have a wooded or shady border and you want to plant something of interest, with perhaps bright, white flowers, and maybe even a delicious fragrance — well, look no further.

Smilacina racemosa (syn. Maianthemum racemosum) is so highly regarded that the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) have given it the coveted Award of Garden Merit.
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