Hosta June

Great foliage plants, very architectural, relatively disease free, easy to grow, long lived, well behaved and unfortunately slugs and snails like them to. Growing them in pots is a solution. The other is that we have to manage our gardens more ecologically, giving predators like frogs and hedgehogs a healthy environment to live in.

Hosta Laterna Magica

Great foliage plants, very architectural, relatively disease free, easy to grow, long lived, well behaved and unfortunately slugs and snails like them to. Growing them in pots is a solution. The other is that we have to manage our gardens more ecologically, giving predators like frogs and hedgehogs a healthy environment to live in.

Hosta Maraschino Cherry

Great foliage plants, very architectural, relatively disease free, easy to grow, long lived, well behaved and unfortunately slugs and snails like them to. Growing them in pots is a solution. The other is that we have to manage our gardens more ecologically, giving predators like frogs and hedgehogs a healthy environment to live in.

Waldsteinia geoides

Forms good large strong clumps of green strawberry like foliage with an abundance of bright yellow flowers in mid Spring. Good with Ophalodes and Brunnera, large Hostas and Aruncus.

Tiarella Pink Sky Rocket

Foam-flowers freely colonise in dappled shady spots with shallow suckering root systems. creating an attractive ground cover. Ideal as fillers between Hostas, Ferns and other clump- forming woodland perennials Spikes of pretty white-pink flowers above maple-shaped purple-bronze foliage.

Pulmonaria Blue Ensign

Pulmonarias spread slowly by creeping rhizomes, forming a nice patch of foliage. Attractive when planted between Hostas, Ferns and Brunneras. Best blue Pulmonaria.

Pulmonaria Opal

Pulmonarias spread slowly by creeping rhizomes, forming a nice patch of semi-evergreen foliage. Attractive when planted between Hostas, Ferns and Brunneras. Silver spotted foliage with light blue flowers.

Pulmonaria Bertram Anderson

Pulmonarias spread slowly by creeping rhizomes, forming a nice patch of foliage. Attractive when planted between Hostas, Ferns and Brunneras. P. Bertram Anderson has long, narrow leaves, spotted with silver.

Myosotidium hortensia

The Chatham For-get-me-not, Large clusters of sky blue flowers appear in mid Spring amongst the dark green highly glossy Hosta-like deeply veined leaves. Given a good thick collar of well rotted manure in Autumn this plant will reward you lots of joy for many years to come.

Mitella breweri

Dense growing woodland ground cover with rounded dark-green leaves and bright pale green flowers. Useful ground covering filler plant combined with tough solitary plants such as Polygonatums, Hostas and Rodgersia.

OPENING TIMES

March – October:

Wednesday – Saturday 10am – 6pm

Open Sundays 1pm – 5pm

Monday & Tuesday closed

OUR ADDRESS

Mount Venus Nursery
Walled Garden
Mutton Lane
Rathfarnham
Dublin 16

Phone: 01 4933813

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