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To complement our main February flowering Plants, we list those included here in alphabetical order.

 Camellia 'Freedom Bell' Bright scarlet red with semi-double flowers.
Cercis siliquastrum has been good for a few weeks and shows no sign of bowing out yet.
Cornus mas looking very good at Wisley - full flower and more to go yet. - 2007
Chaenomeles japonica looking good - especially Knaphill Scarlet.
Crocus dalmaticus - One of the earliest of the Crocus bulbs.
Cyclamen coum hybrids absolutely amazing and so full of good flower colour.

Daphne - assorted

Edgeworthia chrysantha Red Dragon. Rarely seen in gardens but ought to be. Just loves the shade. Maybe good flower now, but its foliage and stems are attractive in the growing season as well.
Edgeworthia chrysantha
Euphorbia charachias subsp 'Wulfenii'

Galanthus 'S. Arnott' A good robust and showy snowdrop - with a scent. Early flowering and stands up to all weather.
Galanthus Snowdrops are looking good and still have a way to go.

Hamamelis Orange Beauty
Hamamelis Strawberry Cream. Different for a Witch Hazel!
Helleborus orientalis Pink form
Helleborus orientalis just starting to flower en masse, but still just a little bit shy.

Leucojum vernum
Lonicera fragrantissima - Winter flowering Honeysuckle

Rhododendron Christmas Cheer rarely cheers up Christmas - but it is good for January and better still in February,
Rhododendron macrophyllum One of the earliest of the Rhododendrons

Sarcococca humilis - Sweet Box or Christmas Box
Skimmia x confusa 'Kew Green'

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