White and cream shades stand for purity and innocence. Used to complement or contrast with other plants, they can give your winter garden a summery feel. They communicate truth, love and devotion.


Alyssum 'Carpet of Snow'

A charming, easy to grow plant yielding fragrant white flowers. Ideal for rockeries, edging and wall gardens.


Gaura 'Sparkle White'

This pretty perennial has graceful white flowers that dance in the breeze. Also known as Whirling Butterflies, Gaura flowers from early spring right through until late summer.


Gypsophila 'Baby's Breath'

Splendid sprays of delicate white flowers with a good percentage of doubles. Highly prized for floral arrangements.


Nigella 'Love-in-A-Mist'

Ice white petals contrast with rich mascara-like stamens - giving a unique new beauty to an Old World bloom. A cottage garden favourite since Elizabethan times, Nigella is prized as a cut flower.