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Hardy, half-hardy and tender perennials for sale, from ground covering to towering monsters. Perennials for sun or shade and moist or dry soils.
(Alexander's Great Brunnera), Family Boraginaceae, Originating from Belarus. Deciduous perennial forming a huge mound of very large, heart-shaped, silvered leaves. Sprays of small, sky blue, forget-me-not flowers.
(Siberian bugloss 'Jack Frost'), AGM, Family Boraginaceae, Originating from Turkey, the Caucasus and Georgia to w Siberia. We grow this perennial for its large dramatic silver foliage and bright blue forget-me-not flowers in spring.
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(Siberian bugloss 'Looking Glass'), AGM, Family Boraginaceae, Originating from Turkey, the Caucasus and Georgia to w Siberia. Large, heart-shaped leaves appear in spring with the most beautiful silver dusting on them. 'Looking Glass' silver dusting is much denser
(Giant Marsh marigold), Family Ranunculaceae, Originating from North America. A giant Marsh marigold with dramatic, large, green, rounded/heart-shaped leaves and buttercup yellow flowers.
(Bell flower), Family Campanulacecae, Originating from Europe and Asia. Deeply cut green leaves and very exotic-looking,rose-pink bell-shaped flowers with petals split into segments that dangle like octopus tentacles.
(giant scabious,yellow scabious), Family Caprifoliacea, Originating from Caucasus, Siberia. This outstanding hardy herbaceous perennial produces tall, airy, almost leafless stems bearing primrose-yellow flower heads.
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(Hardy blue-flowered leadwort), AGM, Family Plumbaginaceae, Originating from China. Stunning, rich, cobalt blue flowers, opening from spiky red flower buds cover this low growing perennial in late summer.
(flowering sea kale), AGM, Family Brassicaceae, Originating from Caucasus. A superb architectural plant with huge leaves and massive branching stems of tiny white, honey scented flowers. An incredible sight when in flower.
(Sea kale), Family Brassicaceae, Originating from Europe, N Africa, SW Asia. Fleshy, glaucous, wavy-edged leaves and honey-scented white flowers in summer. Not only is this perennial highly ornamental but it's young, asparagus-like, white stems are delicious.
Family Amaryllidaceae, Origanting from South Africa. Long dark purple, strap-shaped leaves that in time form a dramatic clump to a metre tall or so. Pink amaryllis-like flowers are produced well above the foliage in summer.
(montbretia 'Emily McKenzie'), Family Iridaceae, Garden origin. A deciduous clump forming perennial with erect sword shaped leaves and arching spikes bearing showy deep orange funnel shaped flowers with reddish purple throats in late summer.
(Tasman flax-lily), Family Hemerocallidaceae, Originating from Australia, Tasmania. An evergreen perennial, resembling a small phormium, forming tufted clumps of stiff, green, glossy, strap-shaped leaves up to 1.2m long.
(angel's fishing rod, Wedding bells), Family Iridaceae, Originating from South Africa. An elegant hardy evergreen clump forming perennial with narrow grass like foliage and elegant arching stems bearing clusters of pink bell shaped flowers.
(Angel's fishing rod, Wandflower), Family Iridaceae, Originating from Zimbabwe and South Africa. A hardy evergreen clumping perennial with grass like foliage and graceful arching stems of rich purple/ black pendulous funnel shaped flowers.
(syn. Disporum flavens, Yellow Fairy Bells), Family Colchicaceae, Originating from China to Korea. A clump forming herbaceous perennial with stiff arching stalks of mid green leaves. Spectacular soft yellow bell shaped flowers are produced along the stems.
(Coneflower 'Green Jewel'), Family Asteraceae, Originating from Eastern US. Deciduous, upright, clump-forming perennial with pale green flowers and a deeper green central cone, flowers from mid-summer to early autumn.
(Vipers bugloss), Family Boraginaceae, Originating from Europe and N. America. A beautiful and unusual perennial forming a basal rosette of lance-shaped leaves. In early summer it produces multiple upright spikes bearing burgundy flowers.
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(Barrenwort 'Red Beauty'), Family Berberidaceae, Originating from Mediterranean and E. Asia. Forms a bushy mound of dark green leaves with sprays of delicate bright red flowers in mid to late spring. Drought tolerant once established.
(Bishop's mitre), Family Berberidaceae, Originating from U.S.A. The leaves are long with toothed edges and form a low mound of overlapping foliage.
(Barrenwort, Bishop's mitre), Family Berberidaceae, Originating from Mediterranean and E. Asia. Evergreen, slowly spreading, carpet forming perennial with glossy deep green, heart shaped leaves on wiry stems.
(Barrenwort, Bishop's mitre), AGM, Family Berberidaceae, Originating from Mediterranean and E. Asia. A vigorous, ground covering, evergreen perennial with heart-shaped mid-green leaves, copper/red when young.
(Bishop's mitre), Family Berberidaceae, Originating from E. Asia and Mediterranean. A clump-forming evergreen perennial with bronze-flushed new leaves, becoming dark green as they age and producing sprays of orange and yellow flowers.
(Sea holly), Family Apiaceae, Originating from Argentina. A rosette-forming, evergreen, hardy perennial with glossy, sharp-toothed, sword-shaped leaves and long stems bearing green/white, cone-shaped flowers in spiny bracts.
(Sea holly), Family Apiaceae, Originating from Spain. An extraordinarily colourful and architectural, clump-forming deciduous perennial with spiny, silver-veined, deeply-cut leaves and thistle-like flower heads.
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(Variable-leaved sea holly), Family Apiaceae, Originating from Morocco. An evergreen perennial forming a rosette of fleshy, dark green leaves with conspicuous white veins, like fine marbling.
(Pineapple lily), AGM, Family Asparagaceae, Originating from South Africa. Bulbous perennial with long, strap-shaped leaves, a green and black mottled stem.
(pineapple lily 'Sparkling Burgundy'), Family Asparagaceae, Originating from South Africa. A dramatic 'pineapple plant' with rosettes of strap-shaped leaves. Produces pineapple shaped racemes of star-shaped flowers on long stems – all in dazzling shades of burgun
(Pineapple lily), Family Asparagaceae, Originating from South Africa. A giant pineapple lily with huge, strap-shaped mid green leaves and a long, stiff stem holding a large raceme of white, star shaped flowers, resembling a pineapple.
(Joe Pye weed), Family Asteraceae, Originating from N. America. Magnificent, enormous, tough, and easy to grow perennial with leaves arranged in whorls around sturdy, red-tinted stems.
(cypress spurge 'Fens Ruby'), Family Euphorbiaceae, Originating from S. and W. Europe. A fast-spreading deciduous perennial with the finest feathery, almost fluffy purple-flushed foliage and acid yellow flowers, aging to orange.
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