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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.
(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.
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
(Chilean rhubarb, giant rhubarb, prickly rhubarb), AGM, Family Gunneraceae, Originating from Brazil. A King Kong of the plant world with huge ribbed leaves that will reach 2m long. Give this plant plenty of room in soil that is permanently moist.
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(Toatoa, raspwort 'Wellington Bronze'), Family Haloragaceae, Originating from New Zealand. Narrow, saw-toothed leaves in strong bronze shades on red stems make this a most unusual evergreen perennial. Forms a good, dense mound of foliage.
(Sneezeweed), Family Asteraceae, Originating from North and Central America. Bushy, upright, deciduous perennial with daisy-like, rusty yellow flowers and a brown cone. Excellent for late season colour.
(Koenigstiger Sneezeweed), AGM, Family Asteraceae, Originating from N & C America. Rich brick-red daisy like flowers from midsummer to autumn with golden yellow rings at the base of each petal and a chocolate brown centre.
(Sneezeweed), Family Asteraceae, Originating from North and Central America. Bushy, upright, deciduous perennial with daisy-like clusters of deep red flowers that are faintly tinged with yellow at the edges. Excellent for late season colour.
(Double pale pink spotted Hellebore), Family Ranunculaceae, Garden origin. Evergreen perennial, large deeply divided glossy green leaves with fine serrations with fully double flowers generally in shades of light to darker pink.
(Daylily), Family Hemerocallidaceae, A clump-forming perennial with scarlet/carmine red blooms and a green-yellow throat with yellow-cream veins.
(daylily 'Bela Lugosi'), Family Hemerocallidaceae, Garden origin. A clump-forming perennial with dark purple/black blooms and a green-yellow throat.
(Daylily), Family Hemerocallidaceae, A clump-forming perennial with yellow/orange blooms and a Orange throat with maroon eye.
(Daylily 'Bonanza'), Family Hemerocallidaceae. A deciduous Daylily with handsome, grassy-green foliage and fragrant deep yellow, funnel-shaped flowers with a large wine-red eye.
(daylily 'Burning Daylight'), AGM, Family Hemerocallidaceae, A clump-forming perennial with fragrant, intense orange-yellow, trumpet-shaped flowers.
(daylily 'Charles Johnston'), Family Hemerocallidaceae, Garden origin. A clump-forming perennial, cherry red with yellow throats, trumpet-shaped flowers.
(Daylily), Family Hemerocallidaceae, Originating from China, Korea and Japan. Semi-evergreen compact perennial with very attractive light green, strap-like leaves and vivid red flowers with a yellow throat.
(Coral Bells), Family Saxifragaceae, Garden origin. Jet black foliage with scalloped, ruffled edges and purple undersides. White flowers with pink calyxes. One of the darkest Heucheras.
(Coral Bells), Family Saxifragaceae, Garden origin. Makes a vigorous clump with large, hairy, olive-brown to chocolate brown leaves, tall spikes of small, white flowers in summer. The new leaves have a deeper colour.
(alum root 'Cherry Cola'), Family Saxifragaceae, Garden origin. Compact Heuchera, rich deep red foliage with a mass of bright cherry red flowers in spring and summer.
(Coral Bells), Family Saxifragaceae, Garden origin. Bronzy-brown foliage with scalloped, ruffled edges and crimson undersides. White flowers appear in late spring and summer.
(alum root 'Delta Dawn'), Family Saxifragaceae, Garden origin. Large golden lime round leaves with red centers, rich red in autumn and winter. Dainty sprays of flowers in early summer.
(Coral bells), Family Saxifragaceae, Garden origin. Blood-red veins and golden leaves that change from shades of yellow in spring, to chartreuse (green) in summer and autumn, short, dense cones of white flowers.
(alum root 'Green Spice'), Family Saxifragaceae, Originating from N. America. Lobed and rounded leaves which are predominantly silver-green with a green edge and burgundy leaf veins. Dainty panicles of pale pink flowers are borne in late spring.
(Coral bells 'Midnight Rose'), Family Saxifragaceae. Evergreen perennial with round purple leaves, pink underneath, and generously splashed with pink on the surface. The pink fades to cream as the season progresses.
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