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Another alternative when seeking unusual plants is visiting Yellow Book gardens. I've obtained a lot of unusual plants that way over the years.
I should make it clear that I mean many places have plants for sale - I not advocating my mother-in-laws method of helping herself to 'cuttings' !!
Me too KT53.
Also roadside plant stalls.
Don't dismiss garden centres out of hand. I got 3 x Camelot Cream foxgloves for £18 from Homebase last May. They flowered profusely for 3 months (see pic above) and I believe they will flower again this year. I have also had some half price end of season bargains from local garden centres - including Harlow Carr!