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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.
(Chinese pokeweed, Indian plant, Phytolacca clavigera, Batal, Batalin), Family Phytolaccaceae, Originating from Asia. An extremely showy, hardy, robust erect herbaceous perennial with stout reddish stems bearing huge erect racemes of candy pink flowers.
(scarlet cinquefoil 'Monarch's Velvet'), Family Rosaceae, Originating from Arizona and New Mexico (USA) and N Mexico. Herbaceous perennial with bright green, five-fingered leaves. Saucer-shaped, deep raspberry pink flowers with a very dark centre through summer.
(lungwort 'Blue Ensign'), AGM, Family Boraginaceae, Originating from Europe, Asia. Strong-growing deciduous perennial with broad, dark green leaves and compact clusters of large, violet-blue flowers in spring. Attractive to bees.
(Lungwort 'Sissinghurst White'), AGM, Family Boraginaceae, Originating from Europe and Western Asia. Clump-forming perennial with striking, heavily silver dappled leaves and hairy stems bearing clusters of pure white flowers.
(Chinese rhubarb), AGM, Family Polygonaceae, Originating from China. A bold and robust hardy perennial. Enormous scarlet buds emerge from the ground in spring, unfolding into crinkled, crimson palmate leaves, extending to 90cm long.
Family Polygonaceae, Originating from China. One of the finest ornamental rhubarbs with massive leaves with jagged leaflets, tinged dark purple. Produces huge flower heads with masses of white/pink flowers.
Family Saxifragaceae, Originating from China. The darkest of any Rodgersia to date, it emerges each spring with a metallic-looking, bright reddish bronze colour before turning green. Pink flowers emerge in late spring above the mound.
(Deam's coneflower, Black-eyed Susan), AGM, Family Asteraceae, Originating from USA. Clumps of dark green foliage topped with brilliant yellow daisy-like flowers, each with a prominent central black cone.
(Coneflower, Black-eyed Susan), AGM, Family Asteraceae, Originating from U.S.A. Hardy herbaceous perennial forming a compact clump of erect stems bearing brilliant yellow daisy-like flowers with a black centre.
(large coneflower), Family Asteraceae, Originating from U.S.A. Huge powder blue basal leaves with giant straight stalks bearing deep golden, black centred cone flowers.
(Coneflower), Family Asteraceae, Garden origin. Hybrid, upright branched stems with dark green, slightly hairy leaves. Long lasting velvety flowers with orange petals around chocolate cone-shaped centres from midsummer.
(Coneflower), Family Asteliaceae, Garden origin. Upright perennial with quill type flowers giving it a spider-like appearance, in cooler weather the flowers have a brown tinge, in warmer weather the flower will appear more yellow in colour.
(Coneflower), Family Asteliaceae, Garden origin. Rudbeckia x Echinacea cross. Large, velvety, long lasting blooms open from midsummer. Rusty orange/brown petals with chocolate cone-shaped centres.
(silver sage, silver clary), AGM, Family Lamiaceae, Originating from Mediterranean. Biennial or short-lived perennial, rosettes of broadly ovate, silvery-woolly leaves with erect stems bearing panicles of blush-white flowers in late summer.
(North African Sage), Family Lamiaceae, Originating from N Africa, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, SW Spain. Herbaceous perennial with sky blue flowers on tall, showy, branched spikes with large, wavy, grey-green leaves.
(Golden Delicious Sage, Pineapple Sage), Family Lamiaceae, Originating from southern Mexico and Guatemala. Pineapple scented, golden foliage with scarlet flowers that appear in summer.
(sage Ember's Wish), Family Lamiaceae, Garden origin. Woody-based perennial with clusters of bright fiery-orange and coral flowers held on spikes over a long period from mid summer to mid autumn, attractive to bees.
(Anise-scented sage), Family Lamiaceae, Originating from Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina. Towering sub-shrub with handsome dark green, toothed leaves and 30cm long, upward pointing flowering spikes of the most exceptional rich dark blue/black.
(sage 'Hot Lips'), AGM, Family Lamiaceae, Garden origin. Bushy, evergreen (if not cut back by frost) woody sage with small aromatic green leaves. Loose terminal racemes, bicolored red and white in summer, sometimes completely white when the days shorten.
(sage), Family Lamiaceae, Garden origin. Upright, compact perennial with bi-colour blue and white flowers in summer and thick oval red-purple leaves that turn green in early spring.
(Balkan clary), Family Lamiaceae, Originating from Europe to Russia. Compact mound of aromatic, grey-green foliage with violet-blue flowers.
Family Lamiaceae, Originating from Europe to C. Asia. A dwarf, perennial Salvia with small, dark-green leaves and a profusion of upright, deep violet flower spikes in summer. Very striking.
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(Nodding Sage), Family Lamiaceae, Originating from Balkans, Russia. Large, green, basal leaves are topped in May and June with tall stalks of wisteria-like pendent clusters of purple flowers.
(common sage 'Icterina'), AGM, Family Lamiaceae, Originating from Mediterranean, N Africa. Variegated form of the culinary sage with aromatic, oblong leaves, greyish, variegated with yellow and pale green. Two-lipped pale purplish-blue flowers.
(red sage), Family Lamiaceae, Originating from China. Tuberous perennial with triangular leaves, white-hairy beneath, and branched stems bearing 2-lipped, purple to reddish flowers from early summer to early autumn.
(Meadow Sage, Woodland Sage), Family Lamiaceae, Originating from Europe, Central Asia. Tough, compact perennial that forms a neat compact clump of foliage. Upright clusters of dark violet flowers that appear in early summer and will re-bloom if dead-headed.
Family Lamiaceae, Originating from Europe, C. Asia. Perennial with strongly-aromatic, wrinkled, oblong leaves to and tall, branched spires of pink and white flowers with lilac bracts, opening in late spring and summer. Attractive to bees.
Family Rosaceae, Garden origin. Fern-like blue-green foliage with egg-shaped brunette-tinged maroon flowers that uniquely open from the bottom up, perched on firm slender branching stems in summer.
(Wallich milk parsley), AGM, Family Apiaceae, Originating from Asia. Deciduous, clump-forming, tap-rooted herbaceous perennial with large, triangular, 2 to 3-pinnate leaves and large umbels of white flowers in summer and autumn.
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