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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.
(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.
(Perny's Evergreen Soloman's Seal), Family Asparagaceae, Originating from China. A very hardy clump forming evergreen perennial which thrives in partial shade. In spring pendulous green fringed white bell shaped flowers lemon scented.
(Pride of Madeira), AGM, Family Boraginaceae, Originating from Madeira. A bushy, vigorous biennial or short-lived perennial sub-shrub with rosettes of hairy, grey-green leaves and spikes of blue flowers in spring.
(barrenwort 'Lilafee'), Family Berberidaceae, Originating from Japan, Korea and Manchuria. A dense evergreen ground covering perennial with tough glossy mid green leaves which emerge flushed with red in early spring followed buy delicate sprays of spidery purple
(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.
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(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.
(syn. Epimedium pubescens 'Orange Queen'), Family Berberidaceae, Garden origin. A dense mat forming perennial for late early spring interest. Evergreen leaves are flushed with bronze during winter. Upright racemes of delicate soft orange flowers.
(foxtail lily, desert candle), Family Asphodelaceae, Garden origin. This perennial produces strong, moderately tall, erect bushy flower spikes comprising of colours ranging from peaches and yellows to burnt oranges during late spring and early summer.
(Mexican fleabane, Latin American fleabane), AGM, Family Asteraceae, Originating from Mexico to Panama. Deciduous, mat forming perennial forming wide mats with narrow, hairy leaves and daisy-type flower-heads opening white but soon turning pinkish-purple.
(tall eryngo 'Silver Ghost', Giant sea Holly), AGM, Family Apiaceae, Originating from Caucasus, Iran. A superb rosette forming biennial with tough silver foliage and spiny bracts surrounding silvery blue cone like flowers.
(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.
(Sea holly 'Big Blue'), Family Apiaceae, Garden origin. A deciduous perennial with an upright habit forming a clump of silver/green spiky foliage. In summer it produces sturdy candelabra stems bearing large, steely blue flower heads.
(Wood spurge 'Purpurea'), Family Euphorbiaceae, Originating from Europe. Evergreen perennial with red/purple stems and leaves bearing blingy lime-green flowers in spring/early summer. Cut back spent flowering stems to maintain bushy habit.
(Mrs Robb's bonnet ), AGM, Family Euphorbiaceae, Originating from Europe, SW Asia. Spreading evergreen perennial forming colonies of rosettes of oblong, dark green leaves with sprays of yellow-green flowers.
(spurge 'Black Pearl'), Family Euphorbiaceae, Originating from Portugal, W Mediterranean. Compact perennial with glaucous, grey-green leaves and lime green flowers with black nectar glands.
(Mediterranean spurge), AGM, Family Euphorbiaceae, Originating from Mediterranean. An architectural, evergreen sub-shrub with blue/green foliage and great fat domes of sulphur coloured flowers in spring/early summer.
(syn. Euphorbia 'Tasmanian Tiger', spurge 'Tasmanian Tiger'), AGM, Family Euphorbiaceae, Garden origin. A dramatic upright evergreen bushy sub - shrub with greyish green leaves edged with cream. Conical shaped cream flower bracts are produced from spring.
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(syn. Euphorbia polychroma, Cushion spurge), Family Euphorbiaceae, Originating from Europe. Clusters of bright, zingy, green/yellow flowers on a rounded cushion of dark green foliage in spring.
(Spurge), Family Euphorbiaceae, Originating from Bhutan, Tibet, Yunnan. A vigorous, spreading deciduous perennial with long red/green stems with dark green leaves with a red backs and fiery orange/red flowers.
(Honey spurge, Canary spurge), AGM, Family Euphorbiaceae, Originating from Madeira. An evergreen, bushy shrub forming a rounded dome of upright stems and narrow, bright green leaves arranged in whorls around the stems.
(Martin's spurge 'Ascot Rainbow'), Family Euphorbiaceae, Originating from Europe. A mound-forming shrub with all year round variegated lime green and grey leaves, often tinged pink in winter, and bracts of bright lime flowers.
(Trailing fuchsia), Family Onagraceae, Originating from New Zealand. A species with a prostrate or trailing habit. Small round leaves on long, slender stems. Curious, small but very attractive flowers appear un summer.
AGM, Family Onagraceae, Garden origin. A vigorous, upright Fuchsia with dusky, purple-tinged, dark green leaves and bunches of pendant fiery orange/red flowers.
(Dusky cranesbill), Family Geraniaceae, Originating from S.E. Europe to Asia. Small deep purple/black flowers on long stems are attractive in spring but it is when these have finished that this Geranium gets exciting.
(cranesbill), Family Geraniaceae, Garden origin. Tightly frilled, mauve-pink double blooms with yellow centres on tall branching stems with deeply cut foliage. Flowers May to September. Attractive to bees.
(cranesbill), Family Geraniaceae, Originating from Europe. Tall clumps of heavily dissected foliage with fleshy white flower heads that appear in June/July above the foliage.
(Crane's bill), AGM, Family Geraniaceae, Originating from Himalayas, China, Russia. Voted Plant of the Century at Chelsea Flower Show Centenary in 2013, Rozanne produces lavender/blue, saucer-shaped, non-stop flowers.
Family Geraniaceae, Garden origin. A mat forming herbaceous perennial with dark purple to chocolate coloured scalloped leaves. Pale pink flowers smother the plant in spring.
(purple cranesbill), AGM, Family Geraniaceae, Garden origin. Clump-forming perennial with lobed, hairy green leaves and dark-veined, rich violet flowers in early summer, very prolific. Attractive to bees.
(avens 'Flames of Passion'), Family Rosaceae, Garden origin. A robust, compact mat forming perennial with wide lobed basal leaves.Throughout spring and summer nodding semi double reddish pink flowers appear on brown stems. Seed heads provide interest after flower
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