I may be able to offer divisions, cuttings or seeds from these plants.
Pretty variegated jasmine, very fragrant, but with a very short flowering season in late June.
Electric purple spikes. A good-tempered plant that self-seeds nicely without ever being a nuisance. It flowers over a long period and is very much appreciated by bumble bees, especially late in the season.
Delicate shell-pink spikes, identical in all other respects to the species and similarly attractive to bees.
Easy climber with highly scented blooms over a long period. Bee friendly.
Early Dutch honeysuckle. Flowering in June.
Spreading evergreen mats, with dainty 'Ragged Robin' flowers held about 7 cm above the foliage. A 'good doer' without becoming invasive, this is one of my best acquisitions of recent years.
Planted 30 years ago, this gives us about 12 Kg / 25 lbs fruit every year. Fabulous for pies, jam, chutney etc, and our mulberry vodka is extremely popular. When buying, make sure you get a self-fertile clone.